Grammar Review 1

  1. Which sentence is correct?
    1. He went to the store yesterday.
    2. He has gone to the store yesterday.
    3. He go to the store every day.

  2. Which sentence is correct?
    1. She's going to downtown to meet her friend this afternoon.
    2. She will going downtown to meet her friend this afternoon.
    3. She's going downtown to meet her friend this afternoon.

  3. Which sentence is correct?
    1. She will get up after she takes a shower.
    2. She will take a shower after she gets up.
    3. She will take a shower after she will get up.

  4. Which sentence is correct?
    1. I'm looking forward to go to Los Angeles next year.
    2. I'm looking forward to going to Los Angeles next year.
    3. I'm looking forward to going to the Los Angeles next year.

  5. Which sentence is correct?
    1. I'm sorry, I can't to go with you this afternoon.
    2. I'm sorry, I won't be able to go with you this afternoon.
    3. I'm sorry, I won't can go with you this afternoon.

  6. Which sentence is correct?
    1. You had better go soon. It's getting late.
    2. You should better go soon. It's getting late.
    3. You better go soon. It's getting late.

  7. Which sentence is correct?
    1. He's been hungry since he came home.
    2. He's been hungry since two hours.
    3. He's been hungry since he came to home.

  8. Which sentence is correct?
    1. He went yesterday to the laundromat to wash his clothes.
    2. Yesterday he went to the laundromat for washing his clothes.
    3. Yesterday he went to the laundromat to wash his clothes.

  9. Which sentence is correct?
    1. While Mary was walking to school, she was finding a dollar.
    2. Mary was walking to school when she found a dollar.
    3. Mary walked to school while she was finding a dollar.

  10. Which sentence is correct?
    1. Mary enjoys playing tennis and watching TV.
    2. Mary enjoys to play tennis and watch TV.
    3. Mary enjoys playing tennis and watch TV.