Error Detection MCQ-1

Directions (Q. 1-10): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical 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

Question1:
It is a known fact that employees (1)/ are the most precious assets of an organisation; (2)/therefore, it has become highly imperative to give (3)/ them extra dose of engagement, fun and frolic.(4) / No error

(A) Number one part of the sentence is error
(B) Number two part of the sentence is error
(C) Number three part of the sentence is error
(D) Number four part of the sentence is error
(E) No error

QuestionNo:2
The number of students (1)/ from India in the U.S. (2)/ have dropped for the (3)/ second successive year (4)/ No error .

(A) Number one part of the sentence is error
(B) Number two part of the sentence is error
(C) Number three part of the sentence is error
(D) Number four part of the sentence is error
(E) No error

QuestionNo:3
The greatest Indian after Gandhi is (1)/ yet to be born, (2)/ few of our readers (3)/ said acerbically.(4)/ No error .

(A) Number one part of the sentence is error
(B) Number two part of the sentence is error
(C) Number three part of the sentence is error
(D) Number four part of the sentence is error
(E) No error

QuestionNo:4
Noise and smoke pollution (1)/ caused by the bursting crackers create (2)/ health problems for (3)/ the elder and the unwell. (4)/ No error .

(A) Number one part of the sentence is error
(B) Number two part of the sentence is error
(C) Number three part of the sentence is error
(D) Number four part of the sentence is error
(E) No error

QuestionNo:5
The cost of education is increasing (1)/ faster than most of those (2)/ in other areas of life and (3)/ shows no sign of slowness. (4)/ No error .

(A) Number one part of the sentence is error
(B) Number two part of the sentence is error
(C) Number three part of the sentence is error
(D) Number four part of the sentence is error
(E) No error

QuestionNo:6

(A) Number one part of the sentence is error
(B) Number two part of the sentence is error
(C) Number three part of the sentence is error
(D) Number four part of the sentence is error
(E) No error

QuestionNo:7
The number of students (1)/ from India in the U.S. (2)/ have dropped for the (3)/ second successive year (4)/ No error .

(A) Number one part of the sentence is error
(B) Number two part of the sentence is error
(C) Number three part of the sentence is error
(D) Number four part of the sentence is error
(E) No error

QuestionNo:8
The greatest Indian after Gandhi is (1)/ yet to be born, (2)/ few of our readers (3)/ said acerbically.(4)/ No error .

(A) Number one part of the sentence is error
(B) Number two part of the sentence is error
(C) Number three part of the sentence is error
(D) Number four part of the sentence is error
(E) No error

QuestionNo:9
Noise and smoke pollution (1)/ caused by the bursting crackers create (2)/ health problems for (3)/ the elder and the unwell. (4)/ No error .

(A) Number one part of the sentence is error
(B) Number two part of the sentence is error
(C) Number three part of the sentence is error
(D) Number four part of the sentence is error
(E) No error

QuestionNo:10
The cost of education is increasing (1)/ faster than most of those (2)/ in other areas of life and (3)/ shows no sign of slowness. (4)/ No error .

(A) Number one part of the sentence is error
(B) Number two part of the sentence is error
(C) Number three part of the sentence is error
(D) Number four part of the sentence is error
(E) No error