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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #69430: Errors in the use of nouns
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    Errors in the use of nouns

    It has often been found that those who learn English as a second language commit some glaring errors frequently whether it be in the use of nouns, verbs, adjectives etc. Here, therefore,is a series of tests on such errors starting with those committed in the use of nouns.I hope these will help in making the use of one's language a fairly error-free one.

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    1. My father always brings home two apples.

    2. Unfortunately the new I have purchased are blunt.

    3. Without a doubt the in Kashmir are extremely lovely.

    4. I am a vegeterian and thankfully I love and vegetables.

    5. Though he is still in his twenties his has gone grey.

    6. I can count three grey on my moustache.

    7. This sturdy building has been made out of and mortar.

    8. He ran an amazing race and bagged the trophy.

    9. Politics,without any doubt, today a game for scoundrels.

    10. Finally, what I have been eagerly waiting for - the summer quite near.

    11. He badly needs two of boots.

    12. He narrated the story superbly in great .

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