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Check the following English sentences, which I have corrected myself, if my answers are wrong kindly the correct it with giving the reason.

1. Please speak to the concerned clerk.
Ans: Please speak to the clerk concerned.

2. you have got time too short for that.
Ans. you have got too short time for that.

3. Not only he was a thief, but he was also a murderer.
Ans. Not only he was a thief, but also murderer.

4. They thought that the plan would be succeeded.
Ans: they thought that the plan would succeed.

5. It is unlikely that he wins the race.
Ans: It is unlike that he wins the race.

6. My uncle has told me something about it yesterday.
Ans: My uncle told me something about it the previous day
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7. I hoped that by the time I would have got there it would have stopped raining.
Ans: I hoped that by the time I have got there it would have stopped raining.

8. They prevented the driver to stop.
And: They prevented the driver from stopping.
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1. Please speak to the concerned clerk.
Ans: Please speak to the clerk concerned. Or Please speak to the worried

2. you have got time too short for that.
Ans. you have got too short time for that. No. You don't have enough tim for that/

3. Not only he was a thief, but he was also a murderer.
Ans. Not only he was a thief, but also murderer. No. Not only was he a thief, but also a murderer.

4. They thought that the plan would be succeeded.
Ans: they thought that the plan would succeed. OK

5. It is unlikely that he wins the race.
Ans: It is unlike that he wins the race. No. It is unlikely that he will win the race.

6. My uncle has told me something about it yesterday.
Ans: My uncle told me something about it the previous day No. My uncle told me something about it yesterday.
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7. I hoped that by the time I would have got there it would have stopped raining.
Ans: I hoped that by the time I have got there it would have stopped raining. No. I hoped that by the time I got there it would have stopped raining.

8. They prevented the driver to stop.
And: They prevented the driver from stopping. OK


Clive

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Hi

3. Not only he was a thief, but he was also a murderer.
Ans. Not only he was a thief, but also a murderer.

5. It is unlikely that he wins the race. (it's correct)
Ans: It is unlike that he wins the race.

6. My uncle has told me something about it yesterday.
Ans: My uncle has told me something about it the previous day or My uncle told me sth about it yesterday.

The rest is correct.
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2. you have got time too short for that.
Ans: You haven't enough time for that.

7. I hoped that by the time I would have got there it would have stopped raining.
Ans: I hoped that by the time I had gotten there it would have stopped raining.
about your answer

6.
you put has here. Since its indirect speech, and in indirect speech we come directly to the reporting speech connecting it with said or told. the helping verb has no use then..
Am i right? please clear me.

1. is correct too. That means 'meet the worried clerk'

Clerk Concerned - The clerk who is related to

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