English Grammar

Each of the following sentences has a grammatical error. Find the error and write the correct sentence.

1. Neither Kim nor Shelby are to go into the cave.

2. This gift is for Susie and I.

3. One of the woman plays on the bowling team.

4. There is only three weeks before Thanksgiving.

5. My bag and hat is in the corner.

6. None of his friend offered support.

7. It was Father whom called.

8. The teacher, not the substitute, have been called to a meeting.

9. That was Carrie and me whom you saw last night.

10. See how fastly he runs.

11. Each of the students were scheduled for an interview this morning.

12. Terry is smart than my two children.

13. Tommy and Anne have been real close friends since college.

14. The shoe company mailed the samples to Jack and I.

15. Mother walks slower so Martha can keep up with her.

16. It is us secretaries who work hard.

17. Getting your elbows off the table.

18. Neither of the servants have spoken a word.

19. Johnny is the older of the four brothers.

20. I think she did good in her speaking test.

Corrected

1. Neither Kim nor Shelby is to go into the cave.

2. This gift is for Susie and me.

3. One of the women plays on the bowling team.

4. There are only three weeks before Thanksgiving.

5. My bag and hat are in the corner.

6. None of his friends offered support.

7. It was Father who called.

8. The teacher, not the substitute, has been called to a meeting.

9. That was Carrie and I whom you saw last night.

10. See how fast he runs.

11. Each of the students was scheduled for an interview this morning.

12. Terry is smarter than my two children.

13. Tommy and Anne have been really close friends since college.

14. The shoe company mailed the samples to Jack and me.

15. Mother walks slowly so Martha can keep up with her.

16. It is we secretaries who work hard.

17. Get your elbows off the table.

18. Neither of the servants has spoken a word.

19. Johnny is the oldest of the four brothers.

20. I think she did well in her speaking test.

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