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Which sentence is correct?

Which sentence is correct?

  1. Going where you like, I do not mind.
  2. Go where you like, I do not mind.
  3. Go otherwise you like, I do not mind.
  4. Go that you like, I do not mind.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. Everest is the higher period in the world.
  2. Everest is the higher mountain in the world.
  3. Everest is more highest than a hill.
  4. Everest is the highest mountain in the world.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. They should being there by now.
  2. They should to be there by now.
  3. They should be there by now.
  4. They should have be there by now.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. You will have pity on me.
  2. You had pity within me.
  3. You have pity opposite me.
  4. You have to have pity round me.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. I want to going to bed early so as to have time to sleep.
  2. I want to going to bed early so as having time to sleep.
  3. I want going to bed early so as to have time sleeping.
  4. I want to go to bed early so as to have time to sleep.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. Through what day shall we go to the cinema?
  2. Through which day shall we go to the cinema?
  3. On which day shall we go to the cinema?
  4. On that day shall we go to the cinema?

Which sentence is correct?

  1. It's no good in waiting for him, because he never comes.
  2. It's no good waiting for him, because he never comes.
  3. It's no good from waiting for him, because he never to come.
  4. It's no good wait for him, because he never comes.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. I am going taking a long walk in the city.
  2. I am going to take a long walk in the city.
  3. I am going take a long walk in the city.
  4. I am going taken a long walk in the city.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. I have came.
  2. Have you have your lunch yet?
  3. I have never been in Yugoslavia.
  4. They have just finish their work.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. They have been being married for two years.
  2. You have been being engaged lately.
  3. How long has you been staying here?
  4. I have been waiting for you for an hour.



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