Adjectives and Verbs

Every sentence contains an error. Please find it and type the corrected version into the box below each sentence.
  • 1

    We were very surprised at the generosity of the offer as it far acceded our expectations.

  • 2

    The teeth were in such a bad condition that three of them had to be detracted.

  • 3

    From it's very beginning the piece of music has the power to carry you away to distant lands.

  • 4

    It was suggested by some commentators that the two countries had collided with each other to pass the resolution.

  • 5

    It's a quite straightforward language test called an aural examination to check on the candidate's ability to hold a conversation.

  • 6

    He based his behaviour on the fictitious character Mr Micawber, who was never able to pay his bills.

  • 7

    I honestly cannot except the basis of your argument because it is too full of holes.

  • 8

    You must be more credible than I thought if you believe in that load of rubbish.

  • 9

    Those sorts of violent protest only help to mitigate against the very argument for peace that you are making.

  • 10

    She has never ever complained and has born all her troubles with great courage.

Author: Alan Townend