posted by .

Could you please check the grammar in the following sentences? Thank you very much in advance.

1.I had just turned off the light to go to sleep and I was dozing off when I felt/experienced the greatest fear in my life
2.He had tried to get in touch with Sam when he arrived in Edinburgh but he had moved
3.They should have informed you that the meeting would be at 12 am instead of (and not?) at 11 am
4.She could have been with Mark the night of the murder.
5.If I could talk to a reporter, I would tell him about the industrial revolution
6.If Clive hadn’t helped me with the translation, I would have never finished it
7.They could have got lost but they managed to find the right way at the end

  • English -

    1. A comma is needed between the two independent clauses.

    2. A comma is needed between the two independent clauses.

    3. OK. Either word choice works.

    4. OK.

    5. OK

    6. OK

    7. A comma is needed between the two independent clauses. Also the verb should be "gotten."

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. English / Grammar

    Please check the following sentences and let me know if they are correct. Thank you in advance!! Rewrite the following sentences, focusing on the grammar area specified before the sentence. If the sentence is already correct, write …
  2. English

    Can you please check these sentences for me?
  3. English

    I forgot to include the following sentences. Thank you very much. 1) She requested that we didn't go too near the river bank. (is it possible to use the subjunctive instead of the simple past?
  4. English

    Can you please check these sentences on phrasal verbs, please?
  5. English

    I need to write sentences using specific phrasal verbs. I need to knwo if they are possible and supply the equivalent in formal English. I havent' found the meaning of "let on to" Does it exist?
  6. English

    Here are the other phrasal verbs I need you to check (tell me of they are possible or of other are more often used) and which I also have to rephrase. Thank you very much! 1) Get your clothes off: they are all wet. 2) Get all that …
  7. English

    Thank you very much for encouraging me to go on with my work! Here are some more sentences I'd like you to check. Can I start my exercise with: Fill in the blanks with an appropriate preposition. Complete the sentences using an appropriate …
  8. English

    Could you please check these other sentences?
  9. English

    Thank you very much. I need you to check these sentences. 1) My father took a day off work (not a day off from work) to take me to the seaside. 2) They took 20% off (not "from") the list price. 3) He let the students off with an warning. …
  10. English

    Can you please check these sentences? I just need to know if they are ok. 1) When do you usually get off work?

More Similar Questions