The correct grammar usage here would be: He and I went to the movies last night.
No, its Yes, it did rain last night.
No. It should be "She sprinted to her bed at night, lest those horrible, invisible ghosts capture her"
No. That would be "I sang to the baby last night."
"It is dark in the night." is a correct sentence if you remember to capitalize the first letter of the sentence and put a period at the end.
If something has been inverted it has been put upside down, reversed or put in opposite order etc. An example of inverted sentence structure is: "Dark is the night's sky" (as, typically, the grammatically correct sentence would read: "The night sky is dark")
"You could not have been" is grammatically correct. "You could not have been at the cinema last night, because I saw you in the park."
Use "however" rather than "albeit"
Cherry at the movies.
If you capitalize the first letter of the sentence and place a period at the end, use an apostrophe for the contraction for 'it's', it is a correct sentence: It's going to be a great night today. Although correct as a sentence, it would make more sense if it said: It's going to be a great night tonight.
Example sentence - The business district is quiet at night.
The sentence as it is written is not correct. It needs a verb, but 'doing' is an infinitive.A better sentence is:Ashok usually does his homework at night.
"A sudden flash of light in the night sky." That isn't a sentence at all, since it has no predicate (verb).