Common English Errors in Use Of Tenses helps you to avoid making mistakes in daily life written as well as spoken English. It will also help you to avoid making grammatical mistakes. In this Common English Errors in Use Of Tenses each sentences is given with its correction.
|One of all her sisters are lovely.||One of all her sisters is lovely.|
|There goes Arif and his sister.||There go Arif and his sister.|
|Either he or I are in competition.||Either he or I am in competition.|
|Gavaskar and not you have completed the score of one thousand runs in a year.||Gavaskar and not you has completed the score of one thousand runs in a year.|
The Manager, as well as the workers have gone today for a Picnic.
|The Manager, as well as the workers, has gone today for a picnic.|
|Am I or he to blame for theft?||Am I or he is to blame for theft?|
|Every man and woman were invited to the feast.||Every man and woman was invited to the feast.|
|The meeting of the members were postponed unanimously.||The meeting of the members was postponed unanimously.|
|Neither the king nor his soldiers desires war.||Neither the king nor his soldiers desire war.|
|I have called on him yesterday.||I had called on him yesterday.|
|They have been reading the books.||They are reading the books.|
|I did not saw him since Monday.||I did not see him since Monday.|
|She finished her dinner when Rama Saghir called on her.||She had finished her dinner when Rama Saghir called on her.|
We shall reach the office by the time it will open.
|We shall have reached the office by the time it opens.|
|They will reach home before the rain will start.||They will have reached home before it starts raining.|
Fifty rupees were paid for this nice chair.
|A sum of fifty rupees was paid tor this nice chair.|
|It had a good reputation today.||It has a good reputation today.|
|I prefer a mango from an orange.||I prefer a mango to an orange.|
|These all apples have become rotten.||All these apples have become rotten.|
|I will not be able to join your marriage party.||I shall not be able to join your marriage party.|
|I will be glad to meet you.||I shall be glad to meet you.|
|If you will walk fast, you will be able to reach in time.||If you walk fast, you will be able to reach in time.|
|Will I do it?||Shall I do it?|
|Shall you kindly lend me two hundred rupees?||Will you kindly lend me two hundred rupees?|
|Will I get first prize this year?||Shall I get first prize this year?|
|I will support you.||I shall support you.|
|He shall get a new radio.||He will get a new radio.|
|Will I tell him to get out?||Shall I tell him to get out?|
|Shall you go to Simla?||Will you go to Simla?|
|Do you think I will pass?||Do you think I shall pass?|
|Will I buy a ticket for you?||Shall I buy a ticket for you?|
|It shall be your way no longer.||It will be your way no longer.|
|Shall you do it for me?||
Will you do it for me?
|I will help you if you will do this for me.||I shall help you if you do this for me.|
|I am afraid 1 will not be able to come.||
I am afraid I shall not be able to come.
|As you sow, so will you reap.||As you sow, so shall you reap.|
|The thief shall be punished for stealing my pen.||The thief will be punished for stealing my pen.|
|They will fight to the last.||
They shall fight to the last.
|I have many works to do.||
I have much work to do.
|She met her mother in the way.||She met her mother on the way.|
|Copy this letter word to word.||Copy this letter word by word.|
|He sat with an umbrella on his head.||He sat with an umbrella over his head.|
|Our house is built with bricks.||Our house is built of bricks.|
|He agreed with my plan.||
He agreed to my plan.
|He knocked the door.||
He knocked at the door.
|She burst in tears.||
She burst into tears.
|He caught him from his neck.||
He caught him by his neck.
|Cloth is sold with meter.||
Cloth is sold by the meter.