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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

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

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Sir please make one lecture on all physics units.
  1. PRACTICE SESSION ON PRONOUNS A session covering high level questions of pronouns based on spotting the errors Presented by : SIDHANT SHARMA


  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.