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മത്സരത്തിലെ ഇംഗ്ലീഷ് 24

Old Questions :

Directions (1-5) :  Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. Most of the popular tele-serials (1) / are not only illogical (2) / in their story line (3) / but also crude in their presentation. (4) / No error (5)
  2. I am trying to convince him (1) / for the last two days to come (2) / and live with

me(3) / till his father’s anger cools down. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. It is a pity that a son (1) / born from very good parents (2) / should live a life of (3) /

misery and deprivation of the worst order. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. I would have asked him (1) / to leave our house immediately (2) / if my father would

not have been (3) / at home and awake. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Mala’s two brothers Rupesh and Bhupat (1) / are very intelligent and hardworking (2)

/ but I am sure  (3) / I like the latter most. (4) / No error  (5)

Directions (6-10) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. He is neither in  (1) / favour of arms race  (2) / or in favour of  (3) /

simple nuclear disarmament. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Naturalisation is the (1) / process by which (2) / a immigrant becomes a citizen (3) /

of his new country. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. A high fat diet  (1) / not only increases the risks (2) / of heart ailments (3) /

however also that of other disorders. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. When two vowel (1) / sounds occurs in direct succession (2) / the transition between

them  (3) / is often difficult to make. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. One solutions is to (1) / avoid the impasse altogether, (2) / by taking a (3) /

slightly different route  (4) / No error  (5)

Directions (11-25) :  Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5) i.e. ‘No Error’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. It was clear from the way (1) / they were behaving (2) / that they had been  (3) /

lost their senses. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. That boy possess (1) / three beautiful pens (2) / but he would not (3) /

show them to any one. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. A small piece (1) / of bread is (2) / better than (3) / having nothing to eat. (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. Families are (1) / fortunate enough to own (2) / a house in the city (3) /

are very few. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Though I had been (1) / his friend for quite a long time (2) / I refused to help him (3)

/because his ill nature. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. When he had been (1) / walked along the road (2) / a wild and ferocious dog (3) /

hit him hard and knocked him down. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. I am grateful to you (1) / and all your friends (2) / for showing sympathy (3) /

and kindness with me. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The leader was so shrewd (1) / that he could not deceive (2) / by the words of (3) /

the sycophant courtiers (4) / No error  (5)

  1. He is the man (1) / who I know (2) / has helped my son (3) / in the final examination

(4) / No error  (5)

  1. I have been (1) / living in Hyderabad (2) / at my uncle (3) /since my birth. (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. Everyone of us know (1) / that he is not capable (2) / remaining under water (3) /

for such a long time. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Your television set (1) / is superior to (2) / our television set (3) / by all respects. (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. The boy who was guilt for (1) / having broken the window glass (2) / came out (3)

/ with the truth. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Ramesh has been both (1) / adishonestly person (2) / and a gambler (3) /since his

childhood (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The number of employees (1) / reporting sick (2) / has reduced significantly (3) /

because of the incentive. (4) / No error  (5)

Directions (26-35) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5) i.e. ‘No error’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. People who intend (1) / to visit the tourist spots (2) / are always thrilling (3) /

to see the scenario here. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. In such delicate matters, (1) / we often go with (2) / his advice as (3) /

been handling such cases effectively. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. You should think (1) / of all the possibilities (2) / before you take (3) /

any decision. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. He was too tired that (1) / he could not cross (2) / the street even with (3) /

the help of a porter (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Your desire to (1) / meet the President (2) / without prior appointment (3) /

cannot be fulfil (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Whenever man attains fame (1) / his person qualities are (2) / imitated by others who

(3) / are close to him (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Rivers, mountains and deep forests (1) / are the places (2) / mostly like by (3) /

People living in urban areas (4) / No error  (5)

  1. When we visited his office (1) / we found that (2) / he was sipping coffee (3) /

with some of his colleagues. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. For giving up (1) / the bad habit of smoking (2) / use of chewing gum or (3) /

similar other method can be helped c. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. His obviously reluctance (1) / was viewed seriously by (2) / his superiors and (3) /

he was suspended. (4) / No error  (5)

Directions (36-45) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5), i.e. ‘No Error’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. The new project is (1) / to big for (2) / the trainee to handle (3) /on his own (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. The explanation that (1) / he gave for (2) / missing the meeting (3) /were not

satisfactory. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Mr. Singh’s son has applied (1) / to the post (2) / of Assistant Manager (3) /

in a construction company (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The manager has sent (1) / many reminders to Mr. Rao (2) / to repay the loan but (3)

/ has not received no reply. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Beside the Chairman (1) / all the Committee members (2) / were present (3) /

at the shareholders meeting (4) / No error  (5)

  1. He submitted (1) / the request for compensation (2) / of time but (3) /

it was denied. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Unfortunately today many (1) / parents cannot afford (2) / to send its (3) /

children to school (4) / No error  (5)

  1. He was convinced (1) / that he (2) / loss the account (3) / because of bad luck (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. Many customers have (1) / complained because (2) / his goods was (3) / inferior in

quality. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. In his opinion (1) / every senior citizens (2) / will benefit (3) / from the new rule (4)/

(4) / No error  (5)

Directions (46-55) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. The club has lost (1) / a lot of business (2) / because of poor (3) / maintained

facilities (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The village has electricity (1) / today only because (2) / of the efforts of a (3) /

few dedicated engineers (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The company has appointed (1) / consultants to help them (2) / increase its revenue

(3) / and improve its financial position (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The cost of the new (1) / machines is likely to (2) / be so high as ten (3) /

times the existing ones. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The NGO provides (1) / free daily meal to them (2) / who live below the (3) /

Poverty line in rural areas (4) / No error  (5)

  1. He reports (1) / suggest that (2) / the project is (3) / behind schedule. (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. He is a great leader (1) / who inspired people (2) / to achieve freedom (3) /

through non-violent means. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. An estimate forty (1) / lakh workers will (2) / benefit from the (3) / amendment to

the Act (4) / No error  (5)

  1. What satisfies a teacher (1) / the most is the (2) / excitement of students when (3) /

they learnt something new (4) / No error  (5)

  1. She is the first woman (1) / to be appointed as President (2) / since the company (3) /

was established from 1950 (4) / No error  (5)

Directions (56-65) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5) i.e. ‘No error. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.)

  1. The principle that (1) / a pen is mightier (2) / than a sword (3) / was known to early

Greeks (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Martha missed her dog (1) / who died of a (2) / skin infection at a (3) / very young

age (4) / No error  (5)

  1. There was such (1) / a crowd that  (2) / he would not (3) / find his brother (4)

/ No error  (5)

  1. Having managed the (1) / team of two  (2) / years, he knew (3) / his players well (4)

/ No error  (5)

  1. Because of heavy (1) / rains the trains (2) / are disable to (3) / run on time. (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. The state government (1) / has send reports (2) / to the centre (3) /on the situation

(4) / No error  (5)

  1. Whether a person (1) / takes to smoking (2) / depends a lot (3) / in his social

network (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Every home and office (1) / needs the latest equipment (2) / for keep up (3) /

with times (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The idea of turning (1) / invisible with the (2) / swish of clock have (3) /

always fascinated scientists (4) / No error  (5)

  1. She had seen (1) / the approaching truck (2) / and had jumping (3) / out of the way

(4) / No error  (5)

Directions (66-70) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. Some of our staff is worried (1) / that as soon as (2) / the project is over they (3) /

will lose their jobs (4) / No error  (5)

  1. If you decide to hold (1) / the function in Kolkata (2) / not much of us (3) / will be

able to attend (4) / No error  (5)

  1. In case you need five people (1) / to run a branch you (2) / should be selected (3) /

ten since some may leave (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Although he approached (1) / many private businesses to invest  (2) / in his printing

business (3) / nobody was interested (4) / No error  (5)

  1. How can you give up (1) / this job when you are  (2) / just about to be (3) /

appointed for General Manager. (4) / No error  (5)

 

 

 

 

Directions (71-80) : Read each sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error if any , will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

  1. Rajiv is the best person (1)/ to advise you since (2)/ he faced plenty of difficulty

(3)/ while setting up his business (4)/ . No error(5)

  1. The university that (1)/ I thought was (2)/ located on the (3)/ outskirts of the city (4)/ .  No error(5)
  2. Most of my (1)/ co-workers have been (2)/ transfened to various (3)/ neighbor

districts (4)/ . No error(5)

  1. Thought my father spent (1)/ a lot of money on (2)/ our education he refused to (3)/ give us no pocket money (4)/ . No error(5)

75.Often an ideas and concepts (1)/ are passed on from (2)/ one generation to the next (3)/ without being questioned. (4)/ . No error(5)

  1. Funds that are collected (1)/ in the morning has (2)/ to be disbursed as (3)/ new loans by afternoon (4)/ . No error(5)
  2. Your promotion depends (1)/ on the number of (2)/ projects your handling (3)/ during the year (4)/ . No error(5)

78.Our team has spent (1)/ the night entirely (2)/ awake trying to decide (3)/ what strategy to adopt (4)/ . No error(5)

  1. I have finally managed (1)/ to convince my parents (2)/ to allow myself (3)/ to study abroad (4)/ . No error(5)
  2. When he took a loan (1)/ for the first time (2)/ he was so nervous that (3)/ he repay it early (4)/ . No error(5)

Directions (81-90) : Read each sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error if any , will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

  1. My cousin’s wedding provided (1) me with the chance (2) tomeet which relatives l (3) had not met for a long time (4) No error (5)
  2. There are floods in this (1) / region last year but (2) / many of the victims have (3) not yet been compensated (4) / No error (5)

83.We must ensure that(1)/ all our records (2)/ are computerized (3)/ for next year(4)/ . No error(5)

  1. In order to important .(1)/ training to bank employees (2)/ we are setting up (3)/ centres at various location (4)/ . No error(5)

85 . When Rahul reached (1)/ the office there was (2)/ nobody there so (3)/ he sat down to wait (4)/ . No error(5)

  1. I shall have to check (1)/ our records find out (2)/ how much cheques (3)/ have been collected so far (4)/ . No error(5)
  2. Our first task as (1)/ board members is (2)/ to decide on what we(3) / should spend these funds (4)/ . No error(5)
  3. She was lucky (1)/ to find a good paying (2)/ job as soon (3)/ as shegraduated (4)/ . No error(5)
  4. For the last six month(1)/ seema has been asking them (2)/ to refund the money but (3)/ there is been no action(4)/ . No error(5)

90 . He promised to get (1)/ in touch with myself (2)/ as soon as he had (3)/ the information I needed(4)/ . No error(5)

Directions (91-100) : Read each sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error if any , will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

  1. 3which sectors (1)/ have been affected (2)/ the most of (3)/ the global recissin ? (4)/ . No error(5)
  2. One of the (1)/ executive who work (2)/ at the head office (3)/ has confirmed the news (4)/ . No error(5)
  3. It took my self(1)/ four months to (2)/ convince them to (3)/ take this step (4)/ . No error(5)
  4. Anita’s new office (1)/ is quite spacious but (2)/ most of the furniture is (3)/ old and should be changed (4)/ . No error(5)
  5. According to the terms (1)/ of the agreement we have to (2)/ pay five percent commissions (3)/ to the travel agent (4)/ . No error(5)
  6. Unless you work out all (1)/ the details and get the necessary (2)/ approvals they will not want (3)/ investment in the project (4)/ . No error(5)
  7. Hearing the tone of (1)/ my colleague’s voice I (2)/ realized that he was (3)/ upsetting about something (4)/ . No error(5)
  8. Being recently arrived (1)/ in the city we (2)/ visited our neighbours to (3)/ get to know them. (4)/ . No error(5)
  9. Since I had ordered (1)/ a large number of (2)/ books the salesmqan agreed (3)/ to give me a discount. (4)/ . No error(5)
  10. We have not yet (1)/ reached a stage that (2)/ we can think of (3)/ expanding our business overseas (4)/ . No error(5)

Directions(101-110):Read each sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is tha answer. If there is no error, the answer is ‘5’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

  1.   People who intend(1) / to visit the tourist spots (2) / are always thrilling(3) / to see the  scenario here(4) /. No error (5)
  2. In such delicate matters, (1)/ we often go with (2) / his device as he has (3) / been handling

such cases effectively (4) /. No error (5).

  1. You should think that (1) /of all possibilities (2)/ before you take (3) / any decision (4) . No error (5).
  2. He was too tired that (1)/ he could not cross(2) / the street even with the help of a porter (4)/.No error (5).
  3. Your desire to (1) meet the president (2) without priorappointment (3) / are impossible to be satisfied (4) /./. No error (5).
  4. Whenever a man attain fame (1) / his personal qualities are (2) / imitiated by other who (3) / are close to him (4). /. No error (5).
  5. Rivers, mountains and deep forests (1) / are the places (2) / mostly like by (3) / people living in urbans areas (4). /. No error (5).
  6. When we visited his office (1) / we found that (2) / he was slipping coffee (3) / with some of his colleaa=gues (4). /. No error (5).
  7. For giving up (1) / the bad habit of smoking (2) / use of chewing gum or (3) / similar other metod can be helped (4). /. No error (5).
  8. His obviously reluctance (1) / was viewed seriously by (2) / his superiors and (3) / he was suspended (4). /. No error (5).

Directions (111-120) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. Progress is impossible (1)/ with out change, and those (2) / who cannot change their minds(3) / cannot change nothing. (4) /. No error (5).
  2. She was allergic (1) / to some medicines (2) and informed (3) / the doctor about it. (4) /. No error (5).
  3. He walked as faster (1) / as he could so that (2) / he would not (3) / miss the train to work. (4) / /. No error (5).
  4. She shared (1) / all her secrets with (2) / Suman as they had been (3) / friends with childhood. (4) /. No error (5).
  5. Gautam did not care (1) / so many about (2) / anything else as much (3) / as he cared for his dog. (4) /. No error (5).

116 You cannot change (1) / people, but you (2) / can definitely (3) / change own. (4) /. No error (5).

  1. Veena wanted to (1)/ become a surgeon (2) / and worked very hardly (3) / to achieve this. (4) /. No error (5).
  2. Krishna ran to the (1) / nearing grocery store to (2) / buy biscuits as his parents (3) / were expecting guests (4) /. No error (5).
  3. As soon so (1) / he came home, (2) / he showered and got (3) / ready to go out again. (4) /. No error (5).
  4. She failed to remember (1) / that it was Rema’s birthday (2) / and did not buy (3) / a present for her. (4) /. No error (5).

Directions (121-130) : Read each sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error if any , will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

  1. She was running (1) / a very high fever (2) / and thus her mother takes (3) / her to the doctor. (4) /. No error (5).
  2. He talked on the phone (1) / for hours together (2) who really irritated (3) / his parents a lot. /. No error (5).
  3. Although his speech (1) / was not very clearly (2) everyoneunderstood (3) / the underlying meaning (4). /. No error (5).
  4. Despite working (1) / very hard he(2) failed to achieve (3) the desiring results (4) /. No error (5).
  5. He was very excited (1) / about go to (2) / the park with (3) / his younger brother (4) /. No error (5).
  6. Saddened by (1) / the sudden demise of (2) his favourite pet he decided (3) not to go to the party. (4) /. No error (5).
  7. There is a ray of hope (1) / among the masses (2) / this year as more candidates (3) / are being educated well. (4) /. No error (5).
    128. As she is late (1) / for work she decided (2) to skip breakfast and (3) / head directly to office . (4) /. No error (5).
  8. In my visiting (1) / to the country (2) / I decided to go (3) on a tour all by myself (4) /. No error (5).
  9. The tiger was not (1) / the only dangerous animal (2) / in the forest (3) / there was hyenas too. (4) /. No error (5).

Directions (131-140) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, The answer is ‘5’. (Ignore the errors of punctuations, if any)

  1. The number of students (1) / present in the school today (2) / are less because of (3) / the rumour of an approaching storm. (4) /. No error (5).
  2. As soon as the fire alarm (1) / went off the (2) / residents of building (3) vacated it immediately (4) /. No error (5).
  3. Considering the amount (1) / of stress she is under (2) it is not surprising that (3) / she keep getting migraines. (4) /. No error (5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

aÕ-c-¯nse Cw¥ojv – 24

Old Questions :

Directions (1-5) :  Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. Most of the popular tele-serials (1) / are not only illogical (2) / in their story line (3) / but also crude in their presentation. (4) / No error (5)
  2. I am trying to convince him (1) / for the last two days to come (2) / and live with

me(3) / till his father’s anger cools down. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. It is a pity that a son (1) / born from very good parents (2) / should live a life of (3) /

misery and deprivation of the worst order. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. I would have asked him (1) / to leave our house immediately (2) / if my father would

not have been (3) / at home and awake. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Mala’s two brothers Rupesh and Bhupat (1) / are very intelligent and hardworking (2)

/ but I am sure  (3) / I like the latter most. (4) / No error  (5)

Directions (6-10) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. He is neither in  (1) / favour of arms race  (2) / or in favour of  (3) /

simple nuclear disarmament. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Naturalisation is the (1) / process by which (2) / a immigrant becomes a citizen (3) /

of his new country. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. A high fat diet  (1) / not only increases the risks (2) / of heart ailments (3) /

however also that of other disorders. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. When two vowel (1) / sounds occurs in direct succession (2) / the transition between

them  (3) / is often difficult to make. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. One solutions is to (1) / avoid the impasse altogether, (2) / by taking a (3) /

slightly different route  (4) / No error  (5)

Directions (11-25) :  Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5) i.e. ‘No Error’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. It was clear from the way (1) / they were behaving (2) / that they had been  (3) /

lost their senses. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. That boy possess (1) / three beautiful pens (2) / but he would not (3) /

show them to any one. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. A small piece (1) / of bread is (2) / better than (3) / having nothing to eat. (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. Families are (1) / fortunate enough to own (2) / a house in the city (3) /

are very few. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Though I had been (1) / his friend for quite a long time (2) / I refused to help him (3)

/because his ill nature. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. When he had been (1) / walked along the road (2) / a wild and ferocious dog (3) /

hit him hard and knocked him down. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. I am grateful to you (1) / and all your friends (2) / for showing sympathy (3) /

and kindness with me. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The leader was so shrewd (1) / that he could not deceive (2) / by the words of (3) /

the sycophant courtiers (4) / No error  (5)

  1. He is the man (1) / who I know (2) / has helped my son (3) / in the final examination

(4) / No error  (5)

  1. I have been (1) / living in Hyderabad (2) / at my uncle (3) /since my birth. (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. Everyone of us know (1) / that he is not capable (2) / remaining under water (3) /

for such a long time. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Your television set (1) / is superior to (2) / our television set (3) / by all respects. (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. The boy who was guilt for (1) / having broken the window glass (2) / came out (3)

/ with the truth. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Ramesh has been both (1) / adishonestly person (2) / and a gambler (3) /since his

childhood (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The number of employees (1) / reporting sick (2) / has reduced significantly (3) /

because of the incentive. (4) / No error  (5)

Directions (26-35) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5) i.e. ‘No error’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. People who intend (1) / to visit the tourist spots (2) / are always thrilling (3) /

to see the scenario here. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. In such delicate matters, (1) / we often go with (2) / his advice as (3) /

been handling such cases effectively. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. You should think (1) / of all the possibilities (2) / before you take (3) /

any decision. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. He was too tired that (1) / he could not cross (2) / the street even with (3) /

the help of a porter (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Your desire to (1) / meet the President (2) / without prior appointment (3) /

cannot be fulfil (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Whenever man attains fame (1) / his person qualities are (2) / imitated by others who

(3) / are close to him (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Rivers, mountains and deep forests (1) / are the places (2) / mostly like by (3) /

People living in urban areas (4) / No error  (5)

  1. When we visited his office (1) / we found that (2) / he was sipping coffee (3) /

with some of his colleagues. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. For giving up (1) / the bad habit of smoking (2) / use of chewing gum or (3) /

similar other method can be helped c. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. His obviously reluctance (1) / was viewed seriously by (2) / his superiors and (3) /

he was suspended. (4) / No error  (5)

Directions (36-45) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5), i.e. ‘No Error’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. The new project is (1) / to big for (2) / the trainee to handle (3) /on his own (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. The explanation that (1) / he gave for (2) / missing the meeting (3) /were not

satisfactory. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Mr. Singh’s son has applied (1) / to the post (2) / of Assistant Manager (3) /

in a construction company (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The manager has sent (1) / many reminders to Mr. Rao (2) / to repay the loan but (3)

/ has not received no reply. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Beside the Chairman (1) / all the Committee members (2) / were present (3) /

at the shareholders meeting (4) / No error  (5)

  1. He submitted (1) / the request for compensation (2) / of time but (3) /

it was denied. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Unfortunately today many (1) / parents cannot afford (2) / to send its (3) /

children to school (4) / No error  (5)

  1. He was convinced (1) / that he (2) / loss the account (3) / because of bad luck (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. Many customers have (1) / complained because (2) / his goods was (3) / inferior in

quality. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. In his opinion (1) / every senior citizens (2) / will benefit (3) / from the new rule (4)/

(4) / No error  (5)

Directions (46-55) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. The club has lost (1) / a lot of business (2) / because of poor (3) / maintained

facilities (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The village has electricity (1) / today only because (2) / of the efforts of a (3) /

few dedicated engineers (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The company has appointed (1) / consultants to help them (2) / increase its revenue

(3) / and improve its financial position (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The cost of the new (1) / machines is likely to (2) / be so high as ten (3) /

times the existing ones. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The NGO provides (1) / free daily meal to them (2) / who live below the (3) /

Poverty line in rural areas (4) / No error  (5)

  1. He reports (1) / suggest that (2) / the project is (3) / behind schedule. (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. He is a great leader (1) / who inspired people (2) / to achieve freedom (3) /

through non-violent means. (4) / No error  (5)

  1. An estimate forty (1) / lakh workers will (2) / benefit from the (3) / amendment to

the Act (4) / No error  (5)

  1. What satisfies a teacher (1) / the most is the (2) / excitement of students when (3) /

they learnt something new (4) / No error  (5)

  1. She is the first woman (1) / to be appointed as President (2) / since the company (3) /

was established from 1950 (4) / No error  (5)

Directions (56-65) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5) i.e. ‘No error. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.)

  1. The principle that (1) / a pen is mightier (2) / than a sword (3) / was known to early

Greeks (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Martha missed her dog (1) / who died of a (2) / skin infection at a (3) / very young

age (4) / No error  (5)

  1. There was such (1) / a crowd that  (2) / he would not (3) / find his brother (4)

/ No error  (5)

  1. Having managed the (1) / team of two  (2) / years, he knew (3) / his players well (4)

/ No error  (5)

  1. Because of heavy (1) / rains the trains (2) / are disable to (3) / run on time. (4) /

No error  (5)

  1. The state government (1) / has send reports (2) / to the centre (3) /on the situation

(4) / No error  (5)

  1. Whether a person (1) / takes to smoking (2) / depends a lot (3) / in his social

network (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Every home and office (1) / needs the latest equipment (2) / for keep up (3) /

with times (4) / No error  (5)

  1. The idea of turning (1) / invisible with the (2) / swish of clock have (3) /

always fascinated scientists (4) / No error  (5)

  1. She had seen (1) / the approaching truck (2) / and had jumping (3) / out of the way

(4) / No error  (5)

Directions (66-70) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. Some of our staff is worried (1) / that as soon as (2) / the project is over they (3) /

will lose their jobs (4) / No error  (5)

  1. If you decide to hold (1) / the function in Kolkata (2) / not much of us (3) / will be

able to attend (4) / No error  (5)

  1. In case you need five people (1) / to run a branch you (2) / should be selected (3) /

ten since some may leave (4) / No error  (5)

  1. Although he approached (1) / many private businesses to invest  (2) / in his printing

business (3) / nobody was interested (4) / No error  (5)

  1. How can you give up (1) / this job when you are  (2) / just about to be (3) /

appointed for General Manager. (4) / No error  (5)

 

 

 

 

Directions (71-80) : Read each sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error if any , will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

  1. Rajiv is the best person (1)/ to advise you since (2)/ he faced plenty of difficulty

(3)/ while setting up his business (4)/ . No error(5)

  1. The university that (1)/ I thought was (2)/ located on the (3)/ outskirts of the city (4)/ .  No error(5)
  2. Most of my (1)/ co-workers have been (2)/ transfened to various (3)/ neighbor

districts (4)/ . No error(5)

  1. Thought my father spent (1)/ a lot of money on (2)/ our education he refused to (3)/ give us no pocket money (4)/ . No error(5)

75.Often an ideas and concepts (1)/ are passed on from (2)/ one generation to the next (3)/ without being questioned. (4)/ . No error(5)

  1. Funds that are collected (1)/ in the morning has (2)/ to be disbursed as (3)/ new loans by afternoon (4)/ . No error(5)
  2. Your promotion depends (1)/ on the number of (2)/ projects your handling (3)/ during the year (4)/ . No error(5)

78.Our team has spent (1)/ the night entirely (2)/ awake trying to decide (3)/ what strategy to adopt (4)/ . No error(5)

  1. I have finally managed (1)/ to convince my parents (2)/ to allow myself (3)/ to study abroad (4)/ . No error(5)
  2. When he took a loan (1)/ for the first time (2)/ he was so nervous that (3)/ he repay it early (4)/ . No error(5)

Directions (81-90) : Read each sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error if any , will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

  1. My cousin’s wedding provided (1) me with the chance (2) tomeet which relatives l (3) had not met for a long time (4) No error (5)
  2. There are floods in this (1) / region last year but (2) / many of the victims have (3) not yet been compensated (4) / No error (5)

83.We must ensure that(1)/ all our records (2)/ are computerized (3)/ for next year(4)/ . No error(5)

  1. In order to important .(1)/ training to bank employees (2)/ we are setting up (3)/ centres at various location (4)/ . No error(5)

85 . When Rahul reached (1)/ the office there was (2)/ nobody there so (3)/ he sat down to wait (4)/ . No error(5)

  1. I shall have to check (1)/ our records find out (2)/ how much cheques (3)/ have been collected so far (4)/ . No error(5)
  2. Our first task as (1)/ board members is (2)/ to decide on what we(3) / should spend these funds (4)/ . No error(5)
  3. She was lucky (1)/ to find a good paying (2)/ job as soon (3)/ as shegraduated (4)/ . No error(5)
  4. For the last six month(1)/ seema has been asking them (2)/ to refund the money but (3)/ there is been no action(4)/ . No error(5)

90 . He promised to get (1)/ in touch with myself (2)/ as soon as he had (3)/ the information I needed(4)/ . No error(5)

Directions (91-100) : Read each sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error if any , will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

  1. 3which sectors (1)/ have been affected (2)/ the most of (3)/ the global recissin ? (4)/ . No error(5)
  2. One of the (1)/ executive who work (2)/ at the head office (3)/ has confirmed the news (4)/ . No error(5)
  3. It took my self(1)/ four months to (2)/ convince them to (3)/ take this step (4)/ . No error(5)
  4. Anita’s new office (1)/ is quite spacious but (2)/ most of the furniture is (3)/ old and should be changed (4)/ . No error(5)
  5. According to the terms (1)/ of the agreement we have to (2)/ pay five percent commissions (3)/ to the travel agent (4)/ . No error(5)
  6. Unless you work out all (1)/ the details and get the necessary (2)/ approvals they will not want (3)/ investment in the project (4)/ . No error(5)
  7. Hearing the tone of (1)/ my colleague’s voice I (2)/ realized that he was (3)/ upsetting about something (4)/ . No error(5)
  8. Being recently arrived (1)/ in the city we (2)/ visited our neighbours to (3)/ get to know them. (4)/ . No error(5)
  9. Since I had ordered (1)/ a large number of (2)/ books the salesmqan agreed (3)/ to give me a discount. (4)/ . No error(5)
  10. We have not yet (1)/ reached a stage that (2)/ we can think of (3)/ expanding our business overseas (4)/ . No error(5)

Directions(101-110):Read each sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is tha answer. If there is no error, the answer is ‘5’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

  1.   People who intend(1) / to visit the tourist spots (2) / are always thrilling(3) / to see the  scenario here(4) /. No error (5)
  2. In such delicate matters, (1)/ we often go with (2) / his device as he has (3) / been handling

such cases effectively (4) /. No error (5).

  1. You should think that (1) /of all possibilities (2)/ before you take (3) / any decision (4) . No error (5).
  2. He was too tired that (1)/ he could not cross(2) / the street even with the help of a porter (4)/.No error (5).
  3. Your desire to (1) meet the president (2) without priorappointment (3) / are impossible to be satisfied (4) /./. No error (5).
  4. Whenever a man attain fame (1) / his personal qualities are (2) / imitiated by other who (3) / are close to him (4). /. No error (5).
  5. Rivers, mountains and deep forests (1) / are the places (2) / mostly like by (3) / people living in urbans areas (4). /. No error (5).
  6. When we visited his office (1) / we found that (2) / he was slipping coffee (3) / with some of his colleaa=gues (4). /. No error (5).
  7. For giving up (1) / the bad habit of smoking (2) / use of chewing gum or (3) / similar other metod can be helped (4). /. No error (5).
  8. His obviously reluctance (1) / was viewed seriously by (2) / his superiors and (3) / he was suspended (4). /. No error (5).

Directions (111-120) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

  1. Progress is impossible (1)/ with out change, and those (2) / who cannot change their minds(3) / cannot change nothing. (4) /. No error (5).
  2. She was allergic (1) / to some medicines (2) and informed (3) / the doctor about it. (4) /. No error (5).
  3. He walked as faster (1) / as he could so that (2) / he would not (3) / miss the train to work. (4) / /. No error (5).
  4. She shared (1) / all her secrets with (2) / Suman as they had been (3) / friends with childhood. (4) /. No error (5).
  5. Gautam did not care (1) / so many about (2) / anything else as much (3) / as he cared for his dog. (4) /. No error (5).

116 You cannot change (1) / people, but you (2) / can definitely (3) / change own. (4) /. No error (5).

  1. Veena wanted to (1)/ become a surgeon (2) / and worked very hardly (3) / to achieve this. (4) /. No error (5).
  2. Krishna ran to the (1) / nearing grocery store to (2) / buy biscuits as his parents (3) / were expecting guests (4) /. No error (5).
  3. As soon so (1) / he came home, (2) / he showered and got (3) / ready to go out again. (4) /. No error (5).
  4. She failed to remember (1) / that it was Rema’s birthday (2) / and did not buy (3) / a present for her. (4) /. No error (5).

Directions (121-130) : Read each sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error if any , will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

  1. She was running (1) / a very high fever (2) / and thus her mother takes (3) / her to the doctor. (4) /. No error (5).
  2. He talked on the phone (1) / for hours together (2) who really irritated (3) / his parents a lot. /. No error (5).
  3. Although his speech (1) / was not very clearly (2) everyoneunderstood (3) / the underlying meaning (4). /. No error (5).
  4. Despite working (1) / very hard he(2) failed to achieve (3) the desiring results (4) /. No error (5).
  5. He was very excited (1) / about go to (2) / the park with (3) / his younger brother (4) /. No error (5).
  6. Saddened by (1) / the sudden demise of (2) his favourite pet he decided (3) not to go to the party. (4) /. No error (5).
  7. There is a ray of hope (1) / among the masses (2) / this year as more candidates (3) / are being educated well. (4) /. No error (5).
    128. As she is late (1) / for work she decided (2) to skip breakfast and (3) / head directly to office . (4) /. No error (5).
  8. In my visiting (1) / to the country (2) / I decided to go (3) on a tour all by myself (4) /. No error (5).
  9. The tiger was not (1) / the only dangerous animal (2) / in the forest (3) / there was hyenas too. (4) /. No error (5).

Directions (131-140) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, The answer is ‘5’. (Ignore the errors of punctuations, if any)

  1. The number of students (1) / present in the school today (2) / are less because of (3) / the rumour of an approaching storm. (4) /. No error (5).
  2. As soon as the fire alarm (1) / went off the (2) / residents of building (3) vacated it immediately (4) /. No error (5).
  3. Considering the amount (1) / of stress she is under (2) it is not surprising that (3) / she keep getting migraines. (4) /. No error (5).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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