Terry went to a teacher's conference last week and forgot to prepare for Monday's class.
On the board, he wrote the following for his students to read.
On the weekend, I payed five dollars for a soda.
I fell happy on the weekend.
My sister visited me at the hotel.
There were a party last Saturday night at the hotel.
The president of the association give a speech.
We listen and smiled.
The party was over before ten o'clock.
The president leave the party at nine o'clock.
Below indicate if the sentences above are correct or if there is a problem.
If the line is incorrect, explain why.
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incorrect - payed should be
(wrong past irregular verb)
incorrect - I
happy on the weekend. (fell and felt are confused)
incorrect - There
a party (was for third person singular)
a speech (wrong tense of verb gave is present)
and smiled (wrong tense of verb for listen)
incorrect - The president
the party (wrong verb form leave is present tense)
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