Nouns 2

  1. Which sentence is correct?
    1. I saw three womans on the corner.
    2. I saw three women on the corner.
    3. I saw three womens on the corner.

  2. Which sentence is correct?
    1. I can go downtown with you in a hour.
    2. I can go downtown with you in an hour.
    3. I can go to downtown with you in a hour.
    4. I can go to downtown with you in an hour.

  3. Which sentence is correct?
    1. He likes to go to a restaurant to eat chinese and american food.
    2. He likes to go to a Restaurant to eat chinese and american food.
    3. He likes to go to a restaurant to eat Chinese and American food.
    4. He likes to go to a Restaurant to eat Chinese and American food.

  4. Which sentence is correct?
    1. When my friend comes to visit me, I will take her to Golden Gate Park and Golden Gate Bridge.
    2. When my friend comes to visit me, I will take her to the Golden Gate Park and the Golden Gate Bridge.
    3. When my friend comes to visit me, I will take her to the Golden Gate Park and Golden Gate Bridge.
    4. When my friend comes to visit me, I will take her to Golden Gate Park and the Golden Gate Bridge.

  5. Which sentence is correct?
    1. John bought two peaches for his kids' lunches.
    2. John bought two peachs for his kids' lunchs.
    3. John bought two peaches for his kids' lunchs.
    4. John bought two peachs for his kids' lunches.

  6. Which sentence is correct?
    1. Mary wants to buy a new furniture because her furniture is very old.
    2. Mary wants to buy some new furniture because her furniture are very old.
    3. Mary wants to buy some new furniture because her furniture is very old.
    4. Mary wants to buy a new furniture because her furniture are very old.

  7. Which sentence is correct?
    1. I did my homework, but it was wrong.
    2. I did my homework, but they were wrong.
    3. I did my homeworks, but they were wrong.
    4. I did my homeworks, but it was wrong.

  8. Which sentence is correct?
    1. Alice bought a orange blouse at the store.
    2. Alice bought an orange a blouse at the store.
    3. Alice bought an orange blouse at the store.

  9. Which sentence is correct?
    1. John said, "This isn't an useful grammar book."
    2. John said, "This isn't a useful grammar book."
    3. John said, "This isn't useful a grammar book."

  10. Which sentence is correct?
    1. The police is coming soon. They will take care of everything.
    2. The police are coming soon. He will take care of everything.
    3. The police is coming soon. He will take care of everything.
    4. The police are coming soon. They will take care of everything.