Common Mistakes In The Use Of Adjectives is going to help you correct your mistakes that you often make in speaking and writing for the use of adjectives. In this article there are many sentences for practice with their correction. Common errors in the use of adjectives
|He has read almost each book of the college library.||He has read almost every book of the college library.|
|He is suffering from a strong cold.||He is suffering from a bad cold.|
|You must secure at least passable marks.||You must secure at least passing marks.|
|It is the heaviest stone than all.||It is the heaviest of all the stones.|
|Iron is useful than any metal.||Iron is useful than any other metal.|
|I am forty years.||I am forty years old.|
|He did not gave me some books.||He did not give me any books.|
|I prefer a mango from an orange.||I prefer a mango to an orange.|
|From the two lie is clever.||Of the two he is clever.|
|He is more wiser than his brother.||He is wiser than his brother.|
|His oldest son is a lawyer.||His eldest son is a lawyer.|
|No less than three students were fined.||No fewer than three students were fined.|
|Nazir was older than Nizam.||Nazir was elder than Nizam.|
|Open your book at twenty fifth page.||Open your book at page twenty-five.|
|He gave me little money to spend.
|He gave me a little money to spend.|
|My sister is the most industrious and ablest girl in the school.||My sister is the ablest and most industrious girl in the school.|
|Every question in the paper carries equal marks.||Each question in the paper carries equal marks.|
|She is the most beautiful of all other girls in class.
|She is more beautiful of all the girls in class.|
|She could not get even passing marks in spite of hard work.||She could not get even pass marks in spite of hard work.|
|No less than two students were present.||No fewer than two students were present.|
|She feels comparatively better now.
|She feels better now or She feels comparatively well now.|
|The three first girls will get the prize.
|The first three girls will gel the prize.|
|He will go on next Tuesday.
|He will go on Tuesday next.|
|He is enough rich to buy a car.
|He is rich enough to by a car.|
|He is younger than me by four years.
|He is younger to me by four years.|
|He solved the sum with very difficulties.
|He solved the sum with a great difficulty.|
|This scheme is more preferable than that.
|This scheme is preferable to that.|
|My old uncle has no any house in Lahore.
|My old uncle has no house in Lahore.|
|He may choose either sides of the Playground.
|He may choose either side of the I playground.|
|She has not taken some tea today.
|She has not taken any tea today.|
|In your group, some persons are very miser.
|In your group, some persons are I very miserly.|
|Open the ninth page of your book.||Open your book at page 9.|
|You are both the cashier as well as the accountant of the bank.||You are the cashier as well as I accountant of the bank.|
|You are miser man.||You are misery.|
|She is wiser than honest.||She is more wise than honest.|
|The poors are generally miserable.||The poor are generally miserable.|
|Karachi is larger than any city in Pakistan.
|Karachi is larger than any other city in Pakistan.|
|The all family is happy at his birth.
|The whole family is happy at his birth.|
|Izhar was elder than Ansar.
|Izhar was older than Ansar.|
Health is more preferable than riches.
|Health is preferable to riches.|
|What is the last news?
|What is the latest news?|
|This car is superior than that.||This car is superior to that.|
|Many a men was present there.||Many a man was present there.|
|He is a coward man.||He is a cowardly man.|
From there I went to the next hotel.
|From there, I went to the nearest hotel.|
|Saba is the cleverest of all the students.||Saba is clever than all the student.|