+0
1. Of all the models, Jessica is the more good-looking one. No error

A B C D

2. If you had told me, I would have helped you solve the problem. No error

A B C D

3. He loved her despite of himself. No error

A B C D

4."The Arabian Nights" are indeed an interesting book. No error

A B C D

5. When I went there Charles is playing a game of chess. No error

A B C D
+0
First, which do you think are the correct answers, Anon?
Comments  
Don't mind my being blunt herein. As Mister Micawber mentioned above, you should give everything a shot before you seek help.

1. Of all the models, Jessica is the most good looking one.

2. If you had told me, I would have helped you solve the problem.

3. Despite mustn't be used with of; it's either 'inspite of' or 'despite'

4. "The Arabian Nights" is, indeed, an interesting book.

5. When I went there, charles was playing a game of chess.