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Dear Friends,

Kindly help me by checking the Grammatical errors in this sentence "Seek not that the things which happen should happen as you wish; but wish the things which happen to be as they are, and you will have a Peaceful flow of life”…………

The capital letter is not required in ‘peaceful’, otherwise it is grammatically correct.

Is it all right if i change the tense in these words
"Seek not that the things which happened should happened as you wish; but wish the things which happened to be as they are, and you will have a peaceful flow of life”…………
Thanks
Nick

You need another change there and there are further options:
“Seek not that the things which happened should have happened as you wish (or wished); but wish the things which happened to be as they are (or were), and you will have a peaceful flow of life.”

Hi friends,

Kindly tell me which is one of these is the correct sentence or Grammar.

1.I am afraid of the exams tomorrow.
2.I am so nervous about the exams.

Thanks
Nick

Although the grammar for both your sentences is correct, strictly speaking ‘afraid of’ is the wrong verb choice here, if you wish to be precise.

I am worried about tomorrow’s exams.
I am nervous about tomorrow’s exams.
I am anxious about tomorrow’s exams.

I am worried/nervous/anxious because the exams are tomorrow.

Hi Gerald,

The word ‘grammar’ doesn’t need a capital letter.

Alan