Wednesday, February 27, 2008

GRAMMAR QUESTION, Feb. 27th

Correct the errors in the following sentence:

I asked Helen how did she do on the exam. She replied I'm sure I did good I think I aced it.

Remember that there is more than one possible correct answer.

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11 comments:

pivetta marie-christine said...

I asked Helen how did on her exam. She said he exam went very well and she think she will get high mark.

Janine said...

I asked Helen how she did on the exam. She replied, "I'm sure I did well; I think I aced it."

Kelsey said...

When I asked Helen how she did on the exam, she replied that she was sure she did good and that she thought she aced it.

Nancy said...

I asked Helen how did she do on the exam. She replied I'm sure I did good I think I aced it.

When I asked Helen how well the exam went, she replied, "Good, think I aced it".

Tammy said...

I asked Helen, how she felt she did on her exam. Helen replied, "I'm certain I did very well"; "I may have aced it!".

Veronica Baig said...

Marie-Christine: Almost there. Check pronoun agreement, article usage, and punctuation;-)
Janine: A nice solution.
Kelsey: On the right track. Check word confusion and punctuation:-)
Nancy: The reworking is generally good, but notice that you have missed out a word! Also, there's a minor punctuation item.
Tammy: Another good solution, but you need to check the punctuation;-)

Irena said...

I asked Helen how she did on the exam. She replied,” I'm sure I did well. I think I aced it.”

Tammy said...

I asked Helen how she felt she did on her exam. Helen replied, "I'm certain I did very well; I may have aced it!"

Veronica Baig said...

Irena: Good solution.
Tammy: That's the way:-)

Nancy said...

When I asked Helen how well the exam went, she replied, "Good; I think I aced it".

Veronica Baig said...

Nancy: Much better:-)