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English is my second language; please help me to solve few sentences
Which one is a complete sentence?
Yesterday in the morning while I was asleep
Cornered by deer in late evening while talking on my cell and listening radio
Because I finished my home work, I may go out.
I think option 2 is right?
Question 2
I believe her parent is right from the below options.
Her parents or her’s parents.

To _____ Gift was purchased
1) whom
2) for who
3) to who
4) for whom
I chose whom ....is the right option?
If there is not To at the beginning of the sentences which option would be best.
The advice was meant for ____
you and i
she and i
you and me
I chose option 1 you and i. Am i right?
______ congratulated
were being
was being
were
have
i chose have ...Am I right
this is the hardest one ....each of you student are responsible to arriving
what wrong with sentence
punction verb tense
punction direct
subject verb
quote argument
which one is right option.
please help.

The run trunk, which had been parked on steep hill, swerved and factories before jumping curb and slamming into tree.
There are 2 options of second person narrative in my EXAM.
I chose the first one. But want to make sure if i am right,
1) you become lost in labyrinth of lies
2) he was lost in labyrinth of lies.
Question 2
1) my son's peaches are ready for harvest.
2) The peaches are ready for harvest
which one in right?

  • ENGLISH CHECK -

    English is my second language; please help me to solve few sentences
    Which one is a complete sentence?
    Yesterday in the morning while I was asleep
    Cornered by deer in late evening while talking on my cell and listening radio
    Because I finished my home work, I may go out.
    I think option 2 is right?
    incorrect

    Question 2
    I believe her parent is right from the below options.
    Her parents or her’s parents.
    correct

    To _____ Gift was purchased
    1) whom
    2) for who
    3) to who
    4) for whom
    I chose whom ....is the right option?
    If there is not To at the beginning of the sentences which option would be best.
    You don't buy gifts "to someone" -- but you can buy gifts "for someone." The choice of "whom" is correct, as long as you use it with "for" in this sentence.

    The advice was meant for ____
    you and i
    she and i
    you and me
    I chose option 1 you and i. Am i right?
    incorrect

    ______ congratulated
    were being
    was being
    were
    have
    i chose have ...Am I right
    There is no complete sentence, so it's impossible to tell.

    this is the hardest one ....each of you student are responsible to arriving
    what wrong with sentence
    punction verb tense
    punction direct
    subject verb
    quote argument
    which one is right option.
    The whole thing is wrong. It should read like this: Each of you students is responsible for arriving on time.

    The run trunk, which had been parked on steep hill, swerved and factories before jumping curb and slamming into tree.
    There are 2 options of second person narrative in my EXAM.
    I chose the first one. But want to make sure if i am right,
    1) you become lost in labyrinth of lies
    2) he was lost in labyrinth of lies.
    Question 2
    1) my son's peaches are ready for harvest.
    2) The peaches are ready for harvest
    which one in right?
    See post below where I already answered these.

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    Question #1

    1.) The peaches' harvest this year.

    Or

    2.) My son's peaches harvest this year.

    Which one is correct?

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    the peaches are ready for harvest

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