Detect the errors in the following sentences and correct them accordingly.
1. The Congress refused to accept either of the four proposals made by the President.
2. My both sons are studying abroad.
3. He has tried two different restaurants but both of them he doesn’t like.
4. People are standing on both side of the street to see him off.
5. They offered me two jobs but I didn’t accept each of them.
6. I have lived in
7. He doesn’t want to talk to me and neither I want to talk to him.
8. You have two choices. You can stay either at home or go with me to work.
9. I used to enjoy neither bread nor butter, but now I love either.
10. Neither have I experienced this before nor want to experience it in the future.
11. Standing in front of the house, the stone lion seemed very small comparing with the big fountain.
12. A red-face boy rushed past me and took my new schoolbag away.
13. Visitors come to this city are greatly impressed by its garden-like environment.
14. Established in 1994 and employed some 500 people, this company has gained worldwide fame as a very competitive enterprise.
15. Though he was aware of their attitude, he was broad-minded enough to appoint these men to the important office because he was convincing of their ability.
16. Finishing his work, he made himself a cup of coffee and sat down to enjoy some music.
17. Not too many years ago, it was an excited experience to watch TV at home.
18. They insisted in going in spite of the rain.