Despite of his best efforts he failed to accomplish his goal.
In spite for
Despite = In spite of
What surprised me mostly, was his articulate speech.
surprises me mostly was
did surprise me
surprised me most was
did surprise me most is
see the use of 'most' and 'mostly'.
The railway budget is not proposed any revision in passenger fares and freight rates.
is not proposing any revised
has not proposed any revision
has not proposed any proposal
has no recised proposal
The verb needs to be in active form.
The work that he hoped would satisfy him frustrate him completely.
satisfied him frustrate
satisfy him to frustrate
satisfy him frustrated
satisfy to frustrate him
Each verb taken separately should have a complete form hoped, would satisfy, frustrated(the sentence is in past).
Write the letter in a legible hand and you should drop it in the mail box.
you must drop
let you drop
In imperative sentences, the sentence starts with the verb.
The Chief Minister, as well as his advisers, have agreed to address the rally.
have been agreed at
has agreed to
have been agreed for
are agreeable to
When two nouns are combined by 'as well as', verb agrees with the first noun.
We have already identified areas where landslides are possible and start evacuation of residents to safer locations.
have started evacuate
Verb after 'and' should have the same form as verb before it - have identfied, (have) started.
The pedestrians must to be very cautious while crossing the road.
should have to be
are required to be
The poor villagers have waited in the bitter cold more than four hours now.
has been waiting
have been waiting
hat to wait
The spirit of democracy had sped into our way of thinking.