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Which sentence is correct?

Which sentence is correct?

  1. He is leaving school in June, and he will have going to America.
  2. He would leaving school in June, and he will have going to America.
  3. He was leaving school in June, and he will be go to America.
  4. He is leaving school in June, and he will be going to America.

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. Going to the cinema, I met my girl-friend.
  2. When go to the cinema, I met my girl-friend.
  3. When gone to the cinema, I met my girl-friend.
  4. When I was going to the cinema, I meet my girl-friend.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. Did you can see her?
  2. Will you can see her?.
  3. Can you see her?
  4. Do you can see her?

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. By this time tomorrow they will have finished it.
  2. By this time tomorrow I came home.
  3. A year from now you have finished it.
  4. You have finished it soon.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. Those roses are reds.
  2. These rooms are big.
  3. There are no reds roses without a thorn.
  4. This red roses are nice.

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. My mother doesn't permit me go out tonight.
  2. My mother doesn't permit me to go out tonight.
  3. My mother doesn't permit me to going out tonight.
  4. My mother doesn't permit me gone out tonight.

Which sentence is correct?

  1. I saw the film the day before yesterday. I did not see it before.
  2. I saw the film the day before yesterday. I had not seen it before.
  3. I have seen the film the day before yesterday. I see it before.
  4. I saw the film the day before yesterday. I have not seen it before.



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