In each of the following pairs of sentences, one sentence is correct, and the other is wrong. Choose the correct sentence.
1. a) From the two he is clever. / b) He is the cleverer of the two.
2. a) From the three he is more clever. / b) He is the cleverest of the three.
3. a) Of the two plans this is the best. / b) Of the two plans this is the better.
4. a) This is a worth seeing sight. / b) This is a sight worth seeing.
5. a) He had leave of four days. / b) He had four days’ leave.
6. a) It was so heavy a box that I could not lift it. / b) It was so heavy box that I could not lift it.
7. a) He is the best player in the team. / b) He is best player in the team.
8. a) He lives in the Tokyo. / b) He lives in Tokyo.
9. a) Gold is precious. / b) The gold is precious.
10. a) What a fun! / b) What fun!
11. a) None of the girls had brought their books. / b) None of the girls had brought her books.
12. a) Much effort brings its reward. / b) Much efforts bring their reward.
1. b), 2. b), 3. b), 4. b), 5. b), 6. a), 7. a), 8. b), 9. a), 10. b), 11. b), 12. a)