Gerunds and Prepositions

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

    I would like to make a demand to the hotel management that they allow people to choose the TV programme they want to watch.

  • 2

    If you buy large quantities of this product, you will be able to get a much better price than the usual detail price.

  • 3

    They say but then no one really knows that the presence of security cameras in the street deters people to behaving in a criminal way.

  • 4

    The hotel direction insists that all visitors leave their rooms by 11 am at the very latest on the day of departure.

  • 5

    I'm absolutely sure that that's the man whom has been following me around all day long.

  • 6

    You can easily tell that the parents paid a lot of attention to those children because they have excellent ways.

  • 7

    I've just been on the bathroom scales and I know I've got to eat less because I am weighing far too much.

  • 8

    I advised him about the low ceilings in the house but he took no notice and hit his head three times.

  • 9

    The first thing she did when she got to the hotel was to put her rings and other values in the safe provided.

  • 10

    You must really make an effort; stop making excuses and try saving some money each month from wages this year.