The Grammar Test to Refresh Your Memory

My friends, I'd like you to recall Danny's and my lessons and to correct the mistakes again. Your task is the same as in "Find and correct the mistakes". For those who are newbies or don't remember, I will explain once again.

There may be a few mistakes in each sentence. You should find and correct them all without changing the vocabulary. It is a grammar test. As usual, I will lead you explaining your mistakes.

Are you ready?

Here is your task:

  1. Were you there ever or did you see it by the TV?
  2. He stopped looking around and to see was he followed.
  3. There was no time enough so that I make up my mind.
  4. I didn’t notice his going out of the party and started to ask the questions where was he.
  5. He didn’t remember to call up her and again he called.
  6. Women prefer to accompany with family members where one man is must.
  7. Don’t forget shutting the windows when you will leave.
  8. She asked what would we do if we couldn’t check to any hotel.
  9. I thought it going to never end.
  10. Why don’t again to check your English level?

The deadline is August 21.

Have a great time!

Here are the correct sentences.

  1. Have you ever been there or (you haveseen it on __ TV?
  2. He stopped to look around and to see whether/if he was being followed.
  3. It was not enough time for me to make up my mind.
  4. I didn’t notice him go off/leave the party and started asking the questions where he was.
  5. He didn’t remember calling her up and (he) called her again.
  6. 6.  Women prefer to be accompanied by the family members one of whom must be a man.
  7. Don’t forget to shut the windows when you_ leave (are leaving).
  8. She asked what we would do if we were not able to check into any hotel.
  9. I thought it was going never to end.
  10. Why not to check your English level again?

Of course, you can ask me any questions as always.

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Comment by Roman on August 21, 2017 at 16:33

Hope the same*

Comment by Roman on August 21, 2017 at 16:33

)))))) Yes, i honyape so:) Thank you, Tanya! I'll try to leanr it and not to forget!

Comment by Tanya on August 21, 2017 at 15:37

Thanks, dear Roman. I don't know how to teach any language without using grammar terms. Now you know a lot and let me tell you that an adverb is "прислiвник" in our language. I believe that EC community will forgive my using the Ukrainian language explaining English grammar.

Comment by Roman on August 21, 2017 at 13:20

Hello, Tanya! Thank you and Danny for such help! I just wanted to say that sometimes i can't even understand explanation). You and Danny have said "You can read about it in our another blogs". I'm trying to read it and i can't understand that explanation in another blogs:) And it makes me think like this "Oh, better would not to read the explanation because it made me even more confused". Ah, and it is the first time i see such word "adverb" :) But i'm happy to realize that i've already learned the translation of words "Noun" "Adjective" and "Verb" :) It is my achieve! 2-3 weeks ago i didn't know the translation of them. Anyway thank you for help. I will try to learn more and more!

Comment by bet on August 21, 2017 at 11:49 some mercy, dear!

Comment by Tanya on August 21, 2017 at 10:49

Dear Bet, thanks for your support. Honestly, I am a tougher teacher than Danny. This test was a kind of warming up after your being inactive for rather long, lol!

Comment by bet on August 21, 2017 at 9:59

okay, got it, thanks!

But, I think, Tanya is doing great here, if it was Danny, I am sure, he would put more errors in every sentence to make our head spin!

Comment by Tanya on August 21, 2017 at 9:39

Thanks, dear Tshadow! I will tell Dan your regards. I will post one more test in a few days. Dan will be able to take part only on weekends as he has started working today

Comment by Tanya on August 21, 2017 at 9:37

Dear Bet, "I thought it would never end" is correct, but there shouldn't be TO before "END".

GO OFF is a synonym for LEAVE. Those learners who used LEAVE instead of GO OUT OF (that is completely incorrect) got our approval.

Comment by BS on August 21, 2017 at 9:19

thank you Dear Teacher :)
waiting the next test :D
and it will be great with Mr Dan. would you send him my regards, plz :))

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