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Are the sentence below correct in terms of grammar (verbs, nouns and so on that are italic)?

Possessive pronouns

This book does not belong to me. It’s hers

The house is not hers

This house is hers

Verb

All the furniture is my father’s study room are made of oak.

They are responsible for handling the money

Those are spoiled apples

Mr Samuel, together with his family, drives to Kuala Lumpur once a month.

John drives his car very fast

He drives to work daily

A lot of chilli and spices are needed to make this chilli paste.

They are responsible for raising the child

Those people are my relatives

Matt forgot that he had invited some friends to dinner yesterday.

I had invited all the neighbors for my birthday party tomorrow

We had invited a lot of people today

The couple has been very upset since their child’s death.

He has been to Genting Highlands

He has been studying day and night

Mandy enjoys cycling. So do we.

I hired that man to do the plumbing in my house

Try to do your best in your exam

Nobody seems to be watching the movie. All of them are talking among themselves.

The child seems healthy

He seems to be fine today

Relative pronoun

The lady who borrowed our pen has not returned it to us.

This is the guy who gave me a lift to work

Students who study hard will always do well in their exams

Preposition



of late, Melissa has not been herself.

He is a son of a king

Today is a day of rest
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Solomon_13000Verb

All the furniture is my father’s study room are is made of oak.

They are responsible for handling the money

Those are spoiled apples

Matt forgot that he had invited some friends to dinner yesterday. OK

I had invited all the neighbors for my birthday party tomorrow. There is nothing in your sentence that justifies the use of the past perfect. The present perfect ('have invited') or past simple ('invited') would be OK.

We had invited a lot of people today There is nothing in your sentence that justifies the use of the past perfect. The present perfect ('have invited') or past simple ('invited') would be OK.

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John had invited you to join friendster.

John who had invited Jamie for the party never showed up.