Please study the following sentences and make corrections:-
I asked for the way to the bank.
* We use "ask for + Noun (N)" when the object of the verb is something that is given. When the object is something that a person tells you, use "ask + N" instead.
I requested for your assistance.
* "request + N"
We are seeing each other on next Thursday.
* "on Thursday" or "next Thursday"; Prepositions are not generally used with "next".
I wonbeat him at poker.
* You win (or lose) a game; but you (or are beaten by) the person you are playing.
One of the books belongs to me.
* The verb should agree with "one", instead of "books".
I killed him bywith a shovel.
* "By" is used when we talk about an action - when we say what we do to get the result we want; "with" is used we talk an object, a tool, etc - when we say what we use.
You are way very much tolerant than I am.
* "Very" cannot be used with comparatives, use "much or far" instead.
She isn't very smart, but on the contrary on the other hand she looks gorgeous.
* compare: The job wasn't very interesting, but on the other hand it was well paid. (這份工作不大有趣，但人工不錯。(認同這個工作不大有趣))
"I suppose the job wasn't very interesting?" - "On the contrary, it was fascinating. I loved it." (「我猜這份工作不大有趣？」「豈止不是沒趣，簡直極為吸引！我很愛這份工作啊！)
Whether I go to the party depends of on the weather.
She got divorced last year, in spite of herself.
* "divorce someone" but "got divorced"
I enjoyed very much at the party last night.
* "enjoy the party" or "enjoy myself at the party".
I've had enough of this nonsense.
* "Enough of" is used before a determiner (article, possessive or demostrative), but "enough" is used when there is no determiner. Compare: Is there enough of the blue material?
Is there enough of blue material?
Purple is the color that fitssuit me very well.
* If your clothes "fit" you, they are the right size, neither too big nor too small; if your clothes "suit" you, they look good on you - the sytle and coloar are both right.
We went to the pub for having a drink.
* "For + N" or "to + inifinitive" (i.e. We went to the pub to have a drink.)
Please adviceadvise us by close of play, today.
* "Advice" is a noun while "advise" is a verb (likewise, "practice" is a noun while "practise" is a verb. I recall learning this grammar in my F.2. But to my surpise, I see people making mistakes like this a lot!
Considering the above, the proposal is recommended I recommend the proposal.
* It is "I" (not "the proposal" ) who consider the above and recommend the proposal.
You should stop to smokesmoking.
* "Stop + v-ing" means to stop what one does while "stop + infinitive" means you make a break or pause in order to do something. Compare I must stop smoking. (我得戒煙。)
Every half hour I stop work to smoke. (每半小時我放下手上工作去抽煙。)
What was happened?
The report has been completed I have completed the report, which is attached below:-
* Relative pronouns (e.g. who and which) relates to the noun which comes immediately beforeit.
I forget bringing the keys, so I cannot go home right now.
* "Forget + v-ing" means forget what one has done, or what has happened while "Forget + infinitive" means foget what one has to do. Compare I shall never forget winning the singing contest. (我一生也會記得曾在歌唱比賽勝出。）
I always forget doing the homework. (我總是忘記帶功課。)