Rules of correction of Adjective: Rule No 1: when we compare two persons or things, we use comparative degree of adjective. He is the tallest than Aslam. (incorrect) He is taller than Aslam. Of the two routs, this is the shortest. (incorrect) Of the two routs, this is shorter. Rule No 2: when we compare one thing more than two things, we use superlative degree. He is the taller boy in the class. (incorrect) He…"BA English, Paper B, Rules of Correction of Adjective"
Rules of Correction: Rule No 1: The verb must agree with a number and person. He were going to college. (Incorrect). He was going to college. They has finished their work. (incorrect) They have finished their work. Rule No 2: when two subjects are joined with “by, with, along, as long as, in addition to” the verb and the pronoun follow with the 1st subject. Aslam with all his friends are sure to pass. (incorrect)…"BA English Notes: Paper B, The Verb, Rules of Correction:"
Rules of Correction: Rule no 1: The pronoun must agree in number of person or number of gender with noun which it refers. He should do her duty. (incorrect) He should do his duty. One should do his duty. (incorrect) One should do one’s duty. Rule No 2: when there are more than one pronoun in a sentence, they are used in following order. For good action: you, he and I (2,…"The Pronoun: Rules of Correction:"
Rules of Corrections for Noun Rules of Correction: some nouns are always used in singular form even if they make the plural sense. کچھ نائون ہمیشہ واحد کے طو ر استعما ل ہوتے ہیں اگرچہ وہ جمع شکل میں نظر آتےہیں Sheep, cattle, fish, deer, people, poor, hair, swine, scenery, machinery, stationary, furniture, poetry, vacation, off spring: I saw many cattles in the field. (Incorrect). I saw many cattle in the field. This room has…"Rules of Corrections for Noun"