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1. I have to send mail to him for approval.

Incorrect:
Past participle is missing.
Correct:
I have sent mail to him for approval.
2. I would like to inform you about workshop on Business Communication that we p
lan to conduct next week.
Incorrect:
An article is missing before "workshop".
Correct:
I would like to inform you about the workshop on Business Communication that we
plan to conduct next week.
3. Do you have pen with you?
Incorrect:
An article is missing before "pen".
Correct:
Do you have a pen with you?
4. I saw the John in the canteen.
Incorrect:
The article before "John" is not necessary.
Correct:
I saw John in the canteen.
5. We need to arrange for an meeting.
Incorrect:
The wrong article is used before "meeting" which begins with a consonant sound,
so we have to use aricle "a".
Correct:
We need to arrange for a meeting.
6. She has a MA in English.
Incorrect:
"MA" is actually pronounced with vowel sound. So the correct article to use in t
his case is "an."
Correct:
She has an MA in English.
7. She don't know this concept.
Incorrect:
Here "she" is a singular subject which always agrees with singular verb.
So according to Subject Verb rule,the word "she" agrees with "doesn't" but not w
ith "don't."
Correct:
She doesn't know this concept.
8. They doesn't want to watch this movie.
Incorrect:
Here "They" is plural which always agrees with plural verb.
So according to Subject Verb rule,the word "they" agrees with "don't" but not wi
th "doesn't."
Corrected:
They don't want to watch this movie.