Pick the sentence which is grammatically incorrect
The question says "incorrect"
The We were to have party here clearly a a is missing before party
We were to have a party here "a" is missing
Am I getting this wrong?
@rajkumarG Yes, 'a' was missing. That was a typo. Fixed now.
Adding an "ing" to a verb does not make it a noun. In the sentence
"Walking in the park it began to rain"
"walking" is a verb and it misses a subject. It can be corrected as
"Me walking in the park it began to rain"
PS: We can start a sentence using a verb if it is a gerund (taking noun form) like "Walking is a nice exercise" http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/gerundphrase.htm
Options B, C and D are grammatically correct.
Correct Answer: Option A
how option D is gramatically correct?
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@abhayk bro it is not a negative sentence na so why do we use a full stop? we can use exclamatory na as you said previously