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  USE OF NOUNS
   
Incorrect The clock has struck five hours.
Correct The clock has struck five.
Incorrect There is no place in the hall.
Correct There is no room in the hall.
Incorrect Little thing has been done.
Correct Little has been done.
Incorrect We have an urgent business.
Correct We have an urgent piece of business.
Incorrect He came by the 4:30 o'clock train.
Correct

He came by the 4:30 train.

Incorrect He left the place with his belonging goods.
Correct

He left the place with his goods.

  USE OF PRONOUNS
Incorrect He absented from the school yesterday.
Correct

He absented himself from the school yesterday.

Incorrect He availed of the opportunity.
Correct

He availed himself of the opportunity.

Incorrect Don't pride on your victory.
Correct Don't pride yourself on your victory.
Incorrect The girl wants to get herself married.
Correct The girl wants to get married.
Incorrect The climate of India is hotter than England.
Correct The climate of India is hotter than that of England.
Incorrect Everybody will get their share.
Correct Everybody will get his share.
 
 
 

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