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Titilay12 posted a question Jul 24, 2013 at 6:57pm

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What is grammatically incorrect with the following sentence?

What time are you two going to go out?

a.
It ends with a preposition.

b.
The infinitive "to go" should be split by an adverb.

c.
The phrasal verb "go out" is casual English and as such, it should only be used in speech, never in writing.

d.
There is nothing grammatically wrong with this sentence.
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After biting a neighbor, Mr. Silver allowed his dog to been immediately put down.
The sentence above has the following error(s):

a.
There is no subject in the main clause, "After biting a neighbour"

b.
A dangling participle and a verb tense error

c.
A change of point of view and a dangling participle

d.
All of the above

What is grammatically incorrect with the following sentence?

Jason and Lucas ate alot of deep fried chocolate bars.

a.
The phrase "alot of" is actually a misapprehension from the spoken "alot've".

b.
The word "alot" is misspelled; it should be "allot".

c.
The word "alot" should be two words: "a lot".

d.
There is nothing grammatically incorrect with this sentence.
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What is grammatically incorrect with the following sentence?

This question is very difficult to workout.

a.
The suffix "out" is prepositional, and you cannot end a sentence with a preposition.

b.
There is an incorrect choice of word: "hard" should be used instead of "difficult".

c.
The phrasal verb "work out" should be two words, not one.

d.
There is nothing grammatically incorrect with this sentence.



Read the stanza below from Lewis Carroll’s poem Jabberwocky and choose the parts of speech categorization that most likely fits the gibberish words from the poem.
‘Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.

a.
Gyre, gimble, and borogoves are likely verbs.

b.
Mimsy, slithy, and mome are likely adjectives.

c.
Brillig, borogoves, mimsy and slithy are likely nouns.

d.
Brillig, raths, and wabe are likely verbs.

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In the sentence “Paul, Ringo, or George might plays at the wedding,” plays is incorrect because…

a.
"Paul, Ringo, or George" is a plural subject and does not agree with the third person singular "s" on "plays".

b.
the conjunction "or" indicates that only one of them wants to play at the wedding, so the verb should not be plural.

c.
the sentence omits "John" and thus is a fragment.

d.
verbs after modals do not take the third person singular "s".
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In the sentence, “What time is the movie?” what is…

a.
an interrogative pronoun.

b.
an interrogative adverb.

c.
an adjective.

d.
an adverb.

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In the sentence, “How did you get to the party?” how is…

a.
an adjective.

b.
an adverb.

c.
an interrogative pronoun.

d.
an interrogative adverb.

Visitors to our country treat us as we are unintelligent because we are underdeveloped.
Especially if we express opinions they do not agree with.
They must learn that people from countries who's economies are lessly developed are not necessarily less intelligent.
Our economies will change over time.
Especially if the visitors' country's stopping unfair trade practices.
Sentence 1 of the passage...

a.
contains a split infinitive.

b.
should have a comma before the subordinating conjunction "because".

c.
uses "as" instead of "like".

d.
demonstrates poor use of articles.
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Visitors to our country treat us as we are unintelligent because we are underdeveloped.
Especially if we express opinions they do not agree with.
They must learn that people from countries who's economies are lessly developed are not necessarily less intelligent.
Our economies will change over time.
Especially if the visitors' country's stopping unfair trade practices.

Sentence 2 of the passage...

a.
contains a sentence fragment.

b.
ends with the prepositional adjective "agree with".

c.
changes point of view from "we" to "he".

d.
incorrectly uses the subject form of the pronoun "they" instead of the object form.


Visitors to our country treat us as we are unintelligent because we are underdeveloped.
Especially if we express opinions they do not agree with.
They must learn that people from countries who's economies are lessly developed are not necessarily less intelligent.
Our economies will change over time.
Especially if the visitors' country's stopping unfair trade practices.
Sentence 3 of the passage...

a.
contains one error.

b.
contains two errors.

c.
contains three errors.

d.
contains no errors.


Visitors to our country treat us as we are unintelligent because we are underdeveloped.
Especially if we express opinions they do not agree with.
They must learn that people from countries who's economies are lessly developed are not necessarily less intelligent.
Our economies will change over time.
Especially if the visitors' country's stopping unfair trade practices.
Sentence 4 of the passage...

a.
contains one error.

b.
contains two errors.

c.
contains three errors.

d.
contains no errors.
Visitors to our country treat us as we are unintelligent because we are underdeveloped.
Especially if we express opinions they do not agree with.
They must learn that people from countries who's economies are lessly developed are not necessarily less intelligent.
Our economies will change over time.
Especially if the visitors' country's stopping unfair trade practices.
Sentence 5 of the passage...

a.
contains one error.

b.
contains two errors.

c.
contains three errors.

d.
contains no errors.


Select the word or phrase that is not correct from the following sentence:

You’ll never guess what happened today. I seen John at the laundromat downtown!

a.
You'll never guess

b.
happened today

c.
I seen John

d.
at the laundromat


Select the word or phrase that is not correct from the following sentence:

You mine as well go home for the evening; I don’t think the power’s coming back on.

a.
You mine as well go home

b.
evening; I don't

c.
the power's

d. coming back on


Select the word or phrase that is not correct from the following sentence:

After eating them, foods that are different may not be digested properly by older people.

a.
After eating them, foods

b.
that are different

c.
may not be

d.
by older people


Select the word or phrase that is not correct from the following sentence:

Jozef didn’t see the ball, because the sun was in his eyes.

a.
didn't see

b.
the ball, because

c.
the sun was

d.
in his eyes

Select the word or phrase that is not correct from the following sentence:

Many north Americans forget that their ancestors were also immigrants.

a.
north Americans

b.
forget

c.
their ancestors

d. were also immigrants

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What is grammatically incorrect with the following sentence?
What time are you two going to go out?
a.
It ends with a preposition.
b.
The infinitive "to go" should be split by an adverb....