Grammar Practice Exercises 3 (page 2)

Updated on Sep 28, 2011

Practice Set 3

Find the sentence that has a mistake in grammar or usage. Mark choice d if you find no mistakes.

    1. The weather forecast looks good for Tuesday.
    2. Her hair is a terrible mess!
    3. My mother will take Dan and I to school tomorrow.
    4. No mistakes.
    1. My favorite subject is English.
    2. The band is playing its best today.
    3. I saw Fred's sister at the mall.
    4. No mistakes.
    1. They're not going to join us.
    2. Don't eat too much jam!
    3. Wear the plaid shirt with that tie.
    4. No mistakes.
    1. Their ship came in.
    2. Which glass is yours?
    3. "Betty and me will be there tomorrow," she said.
    4. No mistakes.
    1. Sheila's sister wanted to accompany us to the party.
    2. Who's scarf is this?
    3. "Be sure to wear something comfortable," she said.
    4. No mistakes.
    1. The main problem Jim had was too many parking tickets.
    2. As the bears ran toward us, it was growling.
    3. Try using less butter next time.
    4. No mistakes.
    1. Kamala was the most intelligent person in the group.
    2. The Eiffel Tower is in Paris, France.
    3. Nick Carraway is a character in The Great Gatsby.
    4. No mistakes.
    1. They weren't the only ones who didn't like the movie.
    2. "Please come back another time," Aunt Julie begged.
    3. "Threes a crowd," he always says.
    4. No mistakes.
    1. The first house on the street is there's.
    2. I love the fireworks on the Fourth of July.
    3. My grandparents live in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
    4. No mistakes.
    1. Either Cassie nor I heard the door open.
    2. How many people signed the Declaration of Independence?
    3. Draw up a plan before you make your decision.
    4. No mistakes.
    1. It's not my fault that you and him got caught.
    2. "Do you brush twice a day?" Dr. Evans asked.
    3. What's the weather report?
    4. No mistakes.
    1. Couldn't you arrive fashionably late?
    2. You're assumption is correct.
    3. I know that Bowser will be well treated.
    4. No mistakes.
    1. We invited Mayor Chen to speak at our school.
    2. The alarm sounded, and the firefighters jumped into the truck.
    3. The committee members should work as hard as one can.
    4. No mistakes.
    1. He wore two different shoes to class.
    2. Rhonda's sister bought a new Pontiac.
    3. Lake Superior is the largest of the Great Lakes.
    4. No mistakes.
    1. She and I have been friends for more than ten years.
    2. Is that one of the O'Farrell children?
    3. They took too much time to answer.
    4. No mistakes.
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