English Inevitably Determines Your Future

English Inevitably Determines Your Future

English Exercise (Error Analysis)

        Practice makes perfect. Here are some questions that can help us improve our english. The exercise is about error recognition. You may need focus to analyze these exercises. Try to answer them no more than 10 minutes.

Good Luck!

You will read a sentence with underlined words or phrases. Find the word or phrase that is incorrect. There are four choices for you to choose. You should choose the most appropriate answer to complete the question.

 1. At the intersection for Broad Street and Park Avenue, Kim had the green light and drove into the intersection

A. at
B. for
C. green
D. into

2. No one were hurt, but the damage to Kim’s car was heavy

A. No one
B. were
C. to
D. was

3. When we have guests to our hause, we should be very polite to their

A. When
B. to
C. should
D. their

4. The american tend to be informal while the’re being received company or coming for a social engagement

A. tend
B. to be
C. being received
D. coming for

5. Women don’t usually shake hands as they are introduced to each other but men did.

A. don’t
B. as
C. to
D. did

6. A suez Canal connects the Merditeranian Sea and the Gulkf of Suez and separates the continents of Africa and Asia

A. A
B. connects
C. separates
D. of

 7. Ship sailing  in Europ to Asia once had to take the route around the Southern tip of Adrica

A. sailing
B. in
C. take
D. around
8. She has taken the driven test three times, but she hadn’t been able to pass the test yet

A. has taken
B. driven
C. hadn’t been
D. yet

9. Walt Whitman, born in New York in 1819, was two of american’s unsual literary figures

A. born
B. in
C. two
D. figures

10. He has given freely of his time by caring for the wounded during the civil war

A. has given
B. freely
C. caring
D. wounded

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