PAIR OF SENTENCES

From the following pairs of sentences identify the grammatically correct sentence.

•    He is not only known for his wealth but also for his wisdom.
•    He is known not only for his wealth but also for his wisdom.

•    She not only lost her ticket but also her suitcase.
•    She lost not only her ticket but also her suitcase.

•    Please meet the concerned officer.
•    Please meet the officer concerned.

•    The students of my college are better than your college.
•    The students of my college are better than those of your college.

•    Last night, the criminal has been arrested.
•    Last night, the criminal was arrested.

•    Students should avail the transport facility.
•    Students should avail themselves of the transport facility.
•    Please excuse me being late.
•    Please excuse my being late.

•    He removed his coat and hanged it on a nail.
•    He removed his coat and hung it on a nail.

•    The computer monitor with its accessories have been received.
•    The computer monitor with its accessories has been received.

•    The broken windows has repairs already.
•    The broken windows has been repaired already.

•    I am going to a picnic.
•    I am going on a picnic.

•    I am a bit in a hurry
•    I am in a bit of hurry

•    I wish I have the job
•    I wish I had a job

•    There is not anything wrong in doing this.
•    There is nothing wrong in doing this.

•    He is very learned.
•    He is very knowledgeable.

•    I think my bike has a problem.
•    I think there is a problem with my bike.

•    Are you born in Hyderabad?
•    Were you born in Hyderabad?

•    Is that a high pay job?
•    Is that a high paying job?

•    Which kind of car is yours?
•    What type of car is ours?

•    That will effect your health
•    That will affect your health

•    Insure that you are coming tomorrow at the right time.
•    Ensure that you are coming tomorrow at the right time.

•    He is still smoking, irregardless of his health.
•    He is still smoking, regardless of his health.

•    This food is very delicious.
•    This food is delicious.

•    We will insist for payments.
•    We will insist on payment.

•    She was so much involved in her job.
•    She was so involved in her job.
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