Nouns 1

  1. Which sentence is correct?
    1. He has three childs.
    2. He has three children.
    3. He has three childrens.

  2. Which sentence is correct?
    1. He went to an university.
    2. He went to a university.
    3. He went to a my university.

  3. Which sentence is correct?
    1. I live in United States.
    2. I live in the United States.
    3. I live in U.S.

  4. Which sentence is correct?
    1. John speaks chinese, but he doesn't speak russian.
    2. John speaks chinese, but he doesn't speak Russian.
    3. John speaks Chinese, but he doesn't speak russian.
    4. John speaks Chinese, but he doesn't speak Russian.

  5. Which sentence is correct?
    1. Mary gave me her book.
    2. Mary gave me her a book.
    3. Mary gave me book.

  6. Which sentence is correct?
    1. John has two watch.
    2. John has two watchs.
    3. John has two watches.
    4. John has a two watches.

  7. Which sentence is correct?
    1. He will come to the restaurant on Monday at four.
    2. He will come to the restaurant on monday at four.
    3. He will come to the Restaurant on Monday at four.
    4. He will come to the Restaurant on monday at four.

  8. Which sentence is correct?
    1. He lives on hayes street.
    2. He lives on Hayes street.
    3. He lives on Hayes Street.

  9. Which sentence is correct?
    1. The men has an interesting book.
    2. The man has an interesting book.
    3. The man has a interesting book.
    4. The men has a interesting book.

  10. Which sentence is correct?
    1. John's house is very big.
    2. John house is very big.
    3. John's a house is very big.