June 24, 2019
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When we use 'ought' we always follow it with the infinitive verb 'to'. So it will be "not to have"
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The last year proved
as major industries
witness lot of problems.
Since the beginning of the sentence is in past tense, the end will also be past tense which means 'witness' will change to 'witnessed'.
In spite of toiling
very hardly he
realised that he had
not earned anything substantial.
Toiling very hardly is not a correct statement. We use the adjective 'hard' instead of adverb 'hardly'
I believe that
next time when you
will be coming to Mumbai
you will bring my book
'you will be coming' is wrong because the second clause of the sentence say 'you will bring'. In a sentence we can only one modal verb and the second clause is correct. Here we will use 'you come to Mumbai'.
will come to mumbai
We have to take
him to the hospital yesterday
because he was
suffering from fever
'we had to take' will be used instead of 'we have to' because the second part of the sentence is in past tense. 'Have' is present.
But for your
kind help, this
task could not
have been completed
The sentence is grammatically correct.
When we use 'but for', it means that if the person has not helped the task could not have been completed.
An anti-extortion cell is opened
by the district police headquarter
six months ago
as a precautionary measure
An extortion cell "was opened" should be the correct usage since we have the time period 'six months ago' mentioned here.
"Impress by" is a wrong use of tense here because we have used 'by' here which means the sentence is in passive voice. This will change the tense from present to past tense. "impressed by" is the correct form.
His father told me
that though his son had
worked very hard,
but he had failed to make any mark in the examination.
"but he had failed to make any mark in the examination." In the first clause of this sentence we already used 'had' once which presents the past perfect tense, so we cannot use 'had' in the second clause again.
One of the objective
of the meeting which
was held today was to
elect new office-bearers.
When we use 'one of the' about something, we mean one out of many, so the subject takes the plural form. It will be 'objectives'.
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