Choose the grammatically correct sentence

November 25, 2013pdf

Read the following sentences and from the given options choose the sentence that expresses the same idea in a grammatically correct form.

1. I will inform them this.

a) I will inform this them.

b) I will inform them of this.

c) I will inform this to them.

d) I will inform them with this

2. Our school is built by bricks.

a) Our school is built of bricks.

b) Our school is built from bricks.

c) Our school is built out of bricks.

d) Our school is built with bricks.

3. He walked ten miles by foot.

a) He walked ten miles on foot.

b) He walked ten miles in foot.

c) He walked ten miles with foot.

4. The railway will compensate the loss.

a) The railway will compensate the lose.

b) The railway will compensate us for the loss.

c) The railway will compensate for the lose.

d) The railway will compensate us with the loss.

5. When this was searched it was found.

a) When this was searched about it was found.

b) When this was searched for, it was found.

c) When this searched it was found.

d) When this was searched it found.

Answers

1. b) I will inform them of this.

2. a) Our school is built of bricks.

3. a) He walked ten miles on foot.

4. b) The railway will compensate us for the loss.

5. b) When this was searched for, it was found.

 

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