While asking a question, which of these sentences is correct?
1. I did not know whether she was right or not?2. I did not know whether she was right or no?
The main goal behind asking this question is, whenever a question is framed like this what is the correct way to use 'no ' and 'not '.
i have seen a lot people talking like: "i don't know if she can perform on stage or no? " (is the usage of 'no' correct? o shud it b 'not' ?)
Which is better Northeastern University in Boston or S.P Jain Mumbai ?
hey..i have a query...
what genius! or what a genius!
which of the is correct? or both are correct...?
@crazy_mn2002 said:Find the incorrect part1). The convergence of (1)/ Indian accounting standards with IFRS beginning (2)/ in April is expecting to (3)/ see power companies struggling with (4)/ significant first time adoption impact. No error (5).2). Researchers at (1)/ the Indian institute of Science are mapping (2)/ India's solar hot spots – where round-the-year (3)/ sunlight makes it viable of (4) / companies to set up solar power plants. No error.3). Though their qualifications span a diverse (1)/ range, there is an equal (2)/ number of graduates and those who have just completed school, each set (3)/ making up (4)/ close to 30% of these households. No error (5).4). As if (1)/ the most dangerous moment for any dictatorship is when (2)/ it starts to (3)/ reform. North Korea looks ready to turn that truism on its head. (4) / No error (5).5). It so happens (1)/ that this happy campy ritual is their way of life (2)/ and one into which (3)/ they don't particularly welcome (4)/ voyeuristic instructions. No error (5).
2) No error
3) No error
Plz correct me if I'm wrong.!
Find the incorrect part
2). Researchers at (1)/ the Indian institute of Science are mapping (2)/ India €™s solar hot spots €“ where round-the-year (3)/ sunlight makes it viable of (4) / companies to set up solar power plants. No error.