Error Identification

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Error identification – Extra practice exercises. Decide which part of the sentence is grammatically incorrect. Then look at the answers below.

1. I enjoyed study geography at school and now I’ve enrolled at the Economics Faculty. 2. I used to be keen of all scientific subjects but now I would prefer to study art. 3. I want meet your sister when she comes to see you – she sounds very nice. 4. My friends tell the English exam is quite difficult but I’m not worried. 5. The tickets, which are extremely good value, can be buy from large supermarkets. 6. The number of people which asked for the discount was low but grew during the summer period. 7. He wanted always to be a doctor and after doing medicine he now works in a hospital. 8. The informations they gave us was not very helpful so I consulted the website instead. 9. There isn’t many time, do you think we should get a taxi to the exhibition centre? 10. He graduated in languages in June and is now thinking of do a second degree in psychology. 11. The policeman showed us an identikit picture of the man who steal the car. 12. How long does it take to get the station on foot from your house 13. I was so angry that I took the watch broken to the jewellers to get my money back. 14. He rang me this morning for tell me that he had passed his driving test. 15. I won’t be able to go on holiday this year unless I will get a part-time job. 16. It was so nice day that they decided to have a picnic in the field. 17. I haven’t never seen anybody who rides a horse so well before. 18. My boyfriend always takes me to see horror films, but I don’t like very much. 19. We went to Guatemala last year so we were tired of the usual beach holiday. 20. I’ve gone to Marbella. I remember it well. A busy town with a nice modern promenade and picturesque ‘piazze’.

ANSWERS WITH EXPLANATIONS

1. I enjoyed studying (‘enjoy’ + ing)
2. keen on (keen + on = essere...
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