Identify the wrong word

From the given options choose the word or phrase that needs to be removed from the sentence to make it grammatically correct.

1. We met on a wet Friday in the June.

a) met

b) on

c) in

d) the

2. Despite of her hard work, she did not pass.

a) despite

b) of

c) did

d) pass

3. The meeting was postponed because of the chairman was ill.

a) was

b) because

c) of

d) was

14. She married with a friend of her brother’s.

a) with

b) of

c) brother’s

5. The party lasted all the night.

a) lasted

b) all

c) the

d) night

6. See you on next Sunday.

a) see

b) on

c) next

7. Of what color are her eyes?

a) of

b) what

c) are

8. She has no money to buy food with which.

a) no

b) has

c) with

d) which

9. I have met him last week.

a) met

b) have

c) last week

10. I once heard him to play the piano.

a) heard

b) once

c) to


1. the (Articles are not used before the names of days and months.)

2. of

3. of (Because of is a preposition. It should be followed by a noun. Because is a conjunction and is followed by a clause.)

4. with (The verb married is directly followed by its object. No preposition is used.)

5. the (‘The’ is usually omitted in the expression ‘all (the) night’.)

6. on (Prepositions are usually omitted before common expressions beginning with next and last.)

7. of

8. which

9. have (We do not use the present perfect tense with adverbs of past time.)

10. to