Correct the mistakes relating to the use of verbs in the sentences names below :
1. Measles have broken out in the town.
2. ‘The Arabian Nights’ are an interesting book.
3. Five miles are not a long distance.
4. Eight thousand rupees are a big amount.
5. The news are true.
6. The cost of all essential commodities have gone up.
7. The demand for luxuary items are on the in crease.
8. This book contain ten stories.
9. The causes which give rise to war is many.
10. The building of these houses have taken four years.
11. The life expectancy of mosquitoes are very short.
12. The students of this class works very hard.
13. There was many children in the crowd.
14. There are a bunch of keys on the table.
15. There are no certainty of her coming tonight.
16. Was there any letters for me?
17. There is people of many nationalities living in India.
18. Bread and butter are a wholesome food.
19. A pious man and good neighbour have died.
20. The great poet and novelist have died.
Correct the mistakes relating to the use of adverbs in the following sentences :
1. It is nothing else than pride.
Ans:- else but
2. Chameli does not know to drive a car.
Ans:- how to drive
3. Please kindly do me a favour.
Ans:- Please (or kindly)
4. Supposing if you fail, what will you do?
Ans:- Supposing (or if)
5. I shall be much glad to meet her.
6. This novel is much interesting.
7. He only rests when he is tired.
Ans:- rests only
8. This box is very heavy for you to lift.
9. I seldom or ever go to see her.
10. She was enough kind to help me.
Ans:- kind enough
11. He is bad in need of five hundred rupees.
12. She came directly from Ankara.
13. I gave up my studies about fifty years before.
14. They come seldom to see me.
Ans:- seldom come
15. I am too pleased to meet her.
16. I am very obliged to you for helping me.
17. The rose smells sweetly.
18. She can run fastly.
19. I am glad our maid works hardly.
20. He plays cricket good.