Daily Grammar

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 18-09-2018

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 18-09-2018 1a. Tolu talks three languages. (No) Tolu speaks three languages. (Yes) 1b. Ade and Shade can speak and get to know each other during the programme. (No) Ade and Shade can talk... Read More...

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 17-09-2018

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 17-09-2018. 1a. Your left eye is swollen, you need to consult an optician. (No) Your left eye is swollen, you need to consult an occulist. (Yes) 1b. He is yet to receive his eyeglasses fro... Read More...

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 16-09-2018

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 16-09-2018 1a. We are invited to an urgent meeting at three p.m. (No) We are invited to an urgent meeting at 3 p.m. (Yes) We are invited to an urgent meeting at 3:00 p.m. (Yes) 1b. The ma... Read More...

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 15-09-2018

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 15-09-2018 1a. It is impracticable for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle. (No) It is impossible for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle. (Yes) 1b. It is impossible for a ... Read More...

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 14-09-2018

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 14-09-2018 1a. His name is Obasanjo Olusegun. (No) His name is Olusegun Obasanjo. (Yes) 1b. Some people call him Dr Olusegun. (No) Some people call him Dr Obasanjo. (Yes) (First names ar... Read More...

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 13-09-2018

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 13-09-2018 1a. The farmer has cut the deceased branches from the tree. (No) The farmer has cut the diseased branches from the tree. (Yes) 1b. The doctor condoled with the family of his dis... Read More...

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 12-09-2018

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 12-09-2018 1a. 91 registered political parties are in Nigeria. (No) Ninety-one registered political parties are in Nigeria. (Yes) Nigeria has 91 registered political parties. (Yes) 1b. Mu... Read More...

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 11-09-2018

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 11-09-2018 1a. His name is muhammadu buhari. (No) His name is Muhammadu Buhari. (Yes) 1b. he is the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. (No) He is the President of the Federal R... Read More...

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 10-09-2019

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 10-09-2019 1a. The man fell into comma after hearing the bad news about his family. (No) The man fell into coma after hearing the bad news about his family. (Yes) 1b. The right punctuation... Read More...

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 09-09-2018

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 09-09-2018 1a. May I confide to you? (No) May I confide in you? (Yes) 1b. The accident victim confided her troubles in me? (No) The accident victim confided her troubles to me. (Yes) (To... Read More...

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 08-09-2018

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 08-09-2018 1a. Everyone is expected to mind everyone's business in the city. (No) Everyone is expected to mind his business in the city. (Yes but deemed sexist) Everyone is expected to min... Read More...

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 07-09-2018

DAILY GRAMMAR (DG) 07-09-2018 1a. The electorate should refrain selling their votes. (No) The electorate should refrain from selling their votes. (Yes) 1b. Nigerians should resist from all forms of oppressio... Read More...