Student or Learner
Could You Please Comment On My Use Of New Words And Write To Me The Sentences Which Need To Be Modified..
1.i Hope My Students Will Submit subsequent Assignments On Time.
2.i Don't Have The The liberty To Suspend You.
3.i acknowledge My Mistake And Vow Not To Repeat The Same In The Future.
4.we Drove Past lofty Buildings.
5.the Scenario evokes Pity And Sympathy In Us.
6.i Found To My Utter dismay That None Of The Students Completed Their Work.
7.it Was A dreary Day In The School.
8. I Stood Out To Watch The Sunset On A bleak Afternoon.
9.its gloomy Out Today.
10.i Stood bewildered At His Reaction.
11.iam striving To Increment My Students Vocabulary.
12.enriching Vocabulary Is significant For Effective Communication.
13.these Grades Are A consequence Of Your Carefree Attitude Towards Studies.
14.we Find Out Who Who Our Real Friends Are In Times Of crisis.
15.he recounts His Tale Of Prolonged Suffering.
16.don't hasten In Answering The Questions.
17.he beamed At Me When I Asked His Notebook.
18.iam contemplating Whether To Give Worksheets Or Not.
19.i Don't Think That He Deserves commend.
20.he Took Me ostensibly To The Market.
I go along with all that Anglika wrote to you with one minor exception. In the first sentence "I don't have the authority to suspend you" would be a more common expression. You can use "liberty" but then the sentence would sound better as "I am not at liberty to suspend you" HOWEVER, the use of "not at liberty" is more for use when explaining that you are not allowed to do or say something. For example, you may hear a police spokesman in a TV report say that he/she "is not at liberty to discuss details of the crime" He/she may well have the authority to discuss the details but has been ordered, advised or has decided for some reason, that it would jeapordise the case.
Hpoe that helps!