Correct the following sentences.
1. The boy looked pail.
2. Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pale of water.
3. He went to london.
4. The children has finished their homework.
5. The dog licked it’s baby.
6. Its raining.
7. Let’s go on train.
8. They made the cake in the oven.
9. The movie was disinteresting.
10. The man told to his wife to look after their children.
1. The boy looked pale. (Pale means feeble or weak.)
2. Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water. (Pail means a bucket.)
3. He went to London. (Proper nouns should begin with a capital letter.)
4. The children have finished their homework. (We use have with plural nouns and pronouns.)
5. The dog licked its baby. (Its is a possessive word.)
6. It’s raining. (It’s means it is or it has.)
7. Let’s go by train. (The preposition is not used correctly.)
8. They baked the cake in the oven. (We bake cakes; the verb make is not appropriate here.)
9. The movie was uninteresting. (If something is not interesting, it is uninteresting.)
10. The man told his wife to look after their children. (The verb ‘tell’ does not take a preposition before its object.)