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Pronouns Practice : lesson 3 (in Hindi)
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This lesson teaches you how to attempt tough questions based on spotting the errors targeting pronouns and hence polishing your grammatical skills

Sidhant Sharma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Sidhant Sharma
Cleared SSC, AFCAT, UPSC CDS .... teaching English since 2015.....teacher by passion....

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check again your directions
Kalpesh J Gadhvi
2 years ago
yes you are right
Kalpesh J Gadhvi
2 years ago
I said north and south reverse
Kalpesh J Gadhvi
2 years ago
sorry for mistake
Areef Shaik
6 months ago
India has 29 states
  1. PRACTICE SESSION ON PRONOUNS A session covering high level questions of pronouns based on spotting the errors Presented by : SIDHANT SHARMA


  2. SIDHANT SHARMA BTECH (ME) CLEARED SSC, AFCAT, UPSC CDS ETC TEACHING ENGLISH SINCE 2015 . TEACHER BY PASSION Follow me on: https://unacademy.com/user/sidhantsharma1992-6940 RATE REVIEW RECCOMEND


  3. Each of /the great tragedies/ of Shakespeare/ Is worthreading./ No Error


  4. He prostrated before/ his master/ who had returned from/ London after a year./ No Error


  5. Some words like absent , present, introduce, avail, reconcile, enjoy, conine, devote, sacrifice etc are followed by reflexive pronouns.


  6. The dog/I have bought/ looks ferocious/ Than you have./ No Error


  7. 'He was much/more surprised than me / to see the Dancing girl / Coming towards us./ No Error


  8. The five brothers/are at daggers- drawn,/ so they feel It below their dignity/ to talk to each other. / No Error


  9. One should/be true to his /word in all/circumstances./ No Error


  10. One should be followed by one or one's One should respect one's parents. Everyone should respect his parents.


  11. If someone has/finished the work,/he may/go home./ No Error


  12. 'The criminal/which was chained/grumbled at thePolice Inspector/who was taking him to jail./ No Error


  13. The officer/as well as the assistants/absented Themselves/from the office./No Error


  14. He introduced/to the chairman as/the General Secretary Of that party./No Error.


  15. The players/ whom we have selected/for our team/ Are young and ambitious./No Error


  16. All, none, nothing, only, superlative degree, the same when used as relative pronouns are always followed by THAT


  17. This is the same/dog which barked/at him but Fortunately did not/bite him./ No Error.


  18. Whomever/comes late will not be allowed/ to mark His presence/ in the register./ No Error


  19. such a/self sacrificing man/as has come/ wins our Sympathy and admiration. / No Error


  20. Any of the two/pictures which depict/the real pictures Of the present/ politicians IS worthseeing./ No Error


  21. Every of the five children/standing in the corner/ Of the room is dexterous in painting./ No Error


  22. You and myself/will enjoy the party to be arranged in Honour of /the new Chief Justice./ No Error


  23. They who are in this room/ should not move from The place /where they are standing, said the/ Leader of the criminals./No Error


  24. They and them cannot be made the antecedent of relative pronoun. I like those who play well (not them) Those who sing will must be awarded (not they)


  25. They also help poor/who really sympathise/ With them in the moments/of distress./No Error


  26. The articles/ published in this magazine / are better than/ That magazine./ No Error.


  27. 'He is one of those who would much rather/sacrifice His life than turn/disloyal to the country./ No Error


  28. The principal ordered/the peon to/let the boys/ And I go in./No Error


  29. Being a destitute I admitted him to an orphanage. Being the eldest son I had to fulfil all the resposibilities. 'Being a rainy day I could not go to office.


  30. Your are/the same/problems as/mine. / No Error


  31. 'He lent me some/money on the condition/ That I should return the same/before November./ No Error.


  32. The beggar/whom we had suspected/to be guilty Turned out / to be innocent./ No Error.


  33. I ordered/some books on English Grammar/ But neither/has arrived yet./ No Error.


  34. He claims to have/ read shakespear's all great tragedie/ Who is the greatest/playwright of English./ No Error.