Each question has a sentence with three parts labelled (a), (b) and (c). Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in any part and indicate your answer against the corresponding letter i.e. (a), (b) or (c). If you find no error, your answer should be indicated as as option (d).
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1. (d) There is no error in the sentence.
2. (a) In this part ‘any’ is a redundant word and makes the sentence grammatically wrong. ‘There was no …..’ is the correct usage. In the other way of constructing a sentence ‘There is not any piece of……
3. (b) Neither -nor combination is a standard usage. Either –or is also standard. In the context of sentence first one is required. So in the part (b) of the sentence a change has to be made.
4. (d) There is no error in the sentence.
5. (c) Use of one with ‘are’ is not acceptable in this part. ‘Is’ should replace ‘are’.
6. (b) there is generally used for a place, their is plural for third person and used for possession.
7. (a) ‘Apart from’ is to be used. Use of apart does not make any sense here.
8. (a) ‘sorts’ is the correct word.
Sort – A group of persons or things of the same general character; a kind: sort out on basis of marks.
Sorts – Character or nature: books of all sorts.
Here second one is desired to show nature of drug.
9. (c) Sentence talks about the future and use of ‘would be’ is desired in place of the helping verb of past ‘did not’.
10. (b) Use of ‘all is’ or ‘all are’ is to be decided between. Both can be correct depending on the context.
‘All is well’ would be correct when talking about a situation.
‘There was a storm last night, but all is well now.
‘All are well’ would be correct when referring to a group of people or animals.
I went to check on the neighbours after the storm, and all are well.
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The speaker from the Fifth Avenue, (a)/ who was a rich banker’s wife (b)/ was simple and compassionate. (c)/ No error (d)
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There was no any piece of paper (a) in my pocket (b)/ as I had expected. (c)/ No error (d)
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Neither the teacher (a)/ or the student (b)/ is keen on joining the dance. (c) No error (d)
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My neighbour Deepak (a)/ is a person (b)/ that will help anyone. (c)/ No error (d)
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I’ll ask that man (a)/ which of the roads (b)/ are the one we want. (c)/ No error (d)
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Now we have banks (a)/ and people deposit there money their, (b)/ and draw it out be cheques. (c)/ No error (d)
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Apart government agencies, (a)/ a number of private organisations too (b)/ have been making use of satellites. (c)/ No error (d)
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What sort of a drug this is (a)/ that no one seems to be able to predict its long-term effects (b)/ with any certainty? (c)/ No errors (d)
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You will lose (a)/ your dog (b)/ if you did not tie it up. (c)/ No error (d)
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In view of the fact that almost all varieties of rural games and sports (a)/ are fast gaining national importance it is desired (b)/ that the rules of such games are strictly adhered. (c)/ No error (d)