Grammer checking

Reply Wed 27 Jul, 2016 09:26 am

I saw comedy scene in one of the episode. I want to illustrate that comedy scene. In the village, there is men called Ramesh who he is illiterate person. One day in his house suddenly the old men get sick and was lying on the bed. The illiterate men went to call the doctor. The doctor examines the patient, and he gave some medicine to the patient and handover a tonic (liquid) medicine bottle to that illiterate men and went off. The Illiterate men later want to give the liquid to the sick man . However, he didn't know what is written in the bottle so, he called one of the man from the village who is a business man in that village and who always act as if he speak English, and his name is Lavish. When Lavish came to his house, the illiterate men shows the liquid bottle and said him to explain the procedure which is written on the bottle . Now, the Lavesh don't know what to do and he got frustrated because he even doesn’t know English. After few minute later one small kid was going to school so Lavesh took that bottle and show the kid that bottle and ask him what is written on the bottle . The kid said on the bottle it is written that “shake well before use”. The Lavesh though that they need to shake the sick man before giving the medicine. Then he layup the old sick men and hold in his arms and shake that old men continiuosly and then he make him lay on bed . The old sick man died so he did not shake the bottle and he shake the men and after the sick men died all the villagers beat him.
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Reply Wed 27 Jul, 2016 11:54 am
You need to work on your verb tenses.
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Reply Wed 27 Jul, 2016 11:20 pm
The sick man died because the peasants were illiterate. Sounds like a real scream.
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