When can you say your English language learning is complete? It is when you are able to speak and write completely error-free sentences. Language learning is an evolving process; attaining fluency is one of the major steps of the language learning process. There are multiple ways to do that, but sentence correction exercises is an effective method to do so. To give you a head start, this article gives you a few correct the sentences exercises that you can try out.
Correct the Sentences Exercises with Answers
Here are some exercises on sentence correction. To make it easier for you, answers for each exercise are given so that you can keep track of your progress.
Exercise 1: Correct the sentences
Read the sentences below and make the necessary changes.
- Rahul went to school despite of having a fever.
- I haven’t seen Susan since six years.
- Lisa is busy at the work, so she can’t make it on time.
- Our mathematics teacher is giving us too much tasks.
- Do not advice her, she won’t listen.
- My mother cooks rice yesterday.
- He or Raju are guilty.
- Sheldon is brave than his friends.
- The mans purse was lost in the bus.
- The boy studied when his father came home from work.
- Do he have any idea where he is going?
- Have you ever being to Kerala?
- They has a party planned for Amy.
- The shepherd took his sheeps to the field.
- I prefer chocolate milkshake than vanilla ice cream.
- Rahul went to school despite having a fever.
- I haven’t seen Susan for six years.
- Lisa is busy at work, so she can’t make it on time.
- Our mathematics teacher is giving us too many tasks.
- Do not advise her, she won’t listen.
- My mother cooked rice yesterday./ My mother cooks rice every day.
- He or Raju is guilty.
- Sheldon is braver than his friends.
- The man’s purse was lost in the bus.
- The boy was studying when his father came home from work.
- Does he have any idea where he is going?
- Have you ever been to Kerala?
- They have a party planned for Amy.
- The shepherd took his sheep to the field.
- I prefer a chocolate milkshake to vanilla ice cream.
Exercise 2: Correct sentences using appropriate punctuation
Punctuate the following sentences and capitalise where necessary.
- alas my cat died yesterday
- did you know penny topped her exam
- the bus driver saved the passengers from an accident
- ouch that is very hot
- the baby fell from the cot
- do you know the way to the market
- raj took his friends out for dinner
- have you read a tale of two cities
- what a beautiful performance
- leonardo da vinci painted the mona lisa
- have you ever been to kashmir
- stuart loves harry potter
- do you know my sister
- wow the dress looks beautiful
- which is your favourite ice cream flavour
- the teachers book got stolen
- mr patrick is our new science teacher
- that is my pencil box
- petunia got a bicycle for christmas
- once upon a time there lived a little princess named mary
- Alas! My cat died yesterday.
- Did you know Penny topped her exam?
- The bus driver saved the passengers from an accident.
- Ouch! That is very hot.
- The baby fell from the cot.
- Do you know the way to the market?
- Raj took his friends out for dinner.
- Have you read ‘A Tale of Two Cities’?
- What a beautiful performance!
- Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa.
- Have you ever been to Kashmir?
- Stuart loves Harry Potter.
- Do you know my sister?
- Wow! The dress looks beautiful.
- Which is your favourite ice cream flavour?
- The teacher’s book got stolen.
- Mr. Patrick is our new science teacher.
- That is my pencil box.
- Petunia got a bicycle for Christmas.
- Once upon a time, there lived a little princess named Mary.