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Correct the following sentences:

1.Passing through ten different cities, Lahore is the most active.

2.He was laid up for six weeks with two broken ribs.

3.Someone showed the visitors in the room.

4.Until you remain idle you will make no progress.

5.It is very wrong to be devoted to lying and cheating.

6.He told me that he is waiting for me since a long time.

7.The house stood up in the dull street because of its red door.

8.He brought the articles to the market which he wanted to sell.
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IS this some homework? Why don't you tell us what you think the right answers are first, and we'll tell you if you are right or not.
Passing through ten different cities, Lahore is the most active.
Lahore seems to be the most active out of the ten cities we/i passed.

He was laid up for six weeks with two broken ribs.
He was lying with two broken ribs for six weeks.

Someone showed the visitors in the room.
The visitors were showed into the room by someone.

Until you remain idle you will make no progress.
You shall make no progress till you remain idle.

He told me that he is waiting for me since a long time.
He told me he had been waiting for me for a long time.

The house stood up in the dull street because of its red door.
The house stood ............. i don't know! ...

He brought the articles to the market which he wanted to sell.
He brought the articles that he wanted to sell to the market...
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1.When we passed ten different cities, Lahore was the most active.

2.He was reclined for six weeks after he had broken his ribs.

3.Someone showed the visitors to the room.

4.you will make no progress until you start working.

5.It is very wrong to lie and cheat.

6.He told me that he was waiting for me for a long time.

7.The house stood in the dull street.

8.He brought the articles to the market so he could sell them.
Nice tries both of you. I'd use

Passing through ten different cities, Lahore is the most active.
Lahore was the most active city we passed through.

He was laid up for six weeks with two broken ribs.
I don't see any error in this. 'Laid up' is an idiom meaning confined to bed.

Someone showed the visitors in the room.

Someone showed the visitors into/to the room.

Until you remain idle you will make no progress.
While you remain idle you will make no progress.

He told me that he is waiting for me since a long time.
He told me that he had been waiting a long time for me.

The house stood up in the dull street because of its red door.
The house stood out (stood out is an idiom meaning was very noticable) in the dull street because of its red door.

He brought the articles to the market which he wanted to sell.
He brought the articles that he wanted to sell to the market.
My turn with these sentences.

1.Passing through ten different cities, Lahore is the most active.

Lahore is the most active of the ten different cities we passed through.

2.He was laid up for six weeks with two broken ribs.

He broke two ribs and was laid up for six weeks.

3.Someone showed the visitors in the room.

Someone showed the visitors into the room. (I take this to mean, the visitors were taken into the room by someone for purposes of showing the room to them.)

Alternatively, I could re-write this as "Someone showed the room to the visitors."

4.Until you remain idle you will make no progress.

While you remain idle you will make no progress.

(Unless the sentence is a kind of metaphysical, philosophical proverb, like "If you do not control your anger, your anger will control you" or "You can reach greater heights of enlightenment by keeping quiet and sitting still." In that case, the original sentence actually makes sense. But I'm probably reading more into the sentence than was originally intended. Emotion: stick out tongue )

5.It is very wrong to be devoted to lying and cheating.

Devotion to lying and cheating is very wrong.

6.He told me that he is waiting for me since a long time.

He told me that he has been waiting for me for a long time.

7.The house stood up in the dull street because of its red door.

The house stood out from the dull street because of its red door.

8.He brought the articles to the market which he wanted to sell.

He brought the articles he wanted to sell to the market.
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