Error Detection MCQ-11

English Grammar Error detection SBI PO mains,Bank exam,rrb,ssc,IBPS

QuestionNo:1

We have rarely come (1)/ across any programme (2)/ which does not show (3)/ violent in some from. (4)/ No error (5).

(A) Error in Part-1
(B) Error in Part-2
(C) Error in Part-3
(D) Error in Part-4
(E) No Error

Explanation:

Ans (4): Replace ‘violent in some from’ by ‘violence in some from’. The word ‘violent’ is an Adjective where as the word ‘violence’ is a Noun. The sense of the sentence suggests so.

QuestionNo:2

A lot of people (1)/ have involved in (2)/ the national mission (3)/ to eradicate illiteracy. (4)/ No error (5).

(A) Error in Part-1
(B) Error in Part-2
(C) Error in Part-3
(D) Error in Part-4
(E) No Error

Explanation:

Ans (2): It is improper to use Present Perfect her. Hence, a lot of people are involved in … will be a correct sentence.

QuestionNo:3

They failed in (1)/ their plan only because (2)/ they could not (3)/ give timely attention to it. (4)/ No error (5).

(A) Error in Part-1
(B) Error in Part-2
(C) Error in Part-3
(D) Error in Part-4
(E) No Error

Explanation:

Ans (5): No error.

QuestionNo:4

It is absolutely (1)/ necessarily to participate (2)/ in any project (3)/ for social up liftment. (4) / No error (5).

(A) Error in Part-1
(B) Error in Part-2
(C) Error in Part-3
(D) Error in Part-4
(E) No Error

Explanation:

Ans (2): The word ‘ necessarily’ is an Adverb. It will be proper to use an Adjective here. Hence, it is absolutely necessary …. Will be correct sentence.

QuestionNo:5

We admire your (1)/ contribution to (2)/ this project and wishing (3)/ you a fruitful tenure .(4)/ No error (5).

(A) Error in Part-1
(B) Error in Part-2
(C) Error in Part-3
(D) Error in Part-4
(E) No Error

Explanation:

Ans (3): The first part of the sentence in Simple Present. Hence, it is improper to use ‘wishing’ (Progressive) and conjunction ‘and’. Hence, we admire your contribution to this project and wish … will be correct sentence..

QuestionNo:6

He always makes (1)/ it a point to (2)/ listen to the what (3)/ others say. (4)/ No error (5).

(A) Error in Part-1
(B) Error in Part-2
(C) Error in Part-3
(D) Error in Part-4
(E) No Error

Explanation:

Ans (3): Use of article ‘the’ is incorrect.

QuestionNo:7

Many of us (1)/ have been undergone (2)/ the agony of losing (3)/ someone important to us. (4)/ No error (5)

(A) Error in Part-1
(B) Error in Part-2
(C) Error in Part-3
(D) Error in Part-4
(E) No Error

Explanation:

Ans (2): Use of Passive voice is incorrect. Hence, many of us have undergone …. Will be a correct sentence.

QuestionNo:8

Put the work aside (1)/ she got up from her seat (2)/ and marched off without (3)/ looking at the visitor. (4)/ No error (5).

(A) Error in Part-1
(B) Error in Part-2
(C) Error in Part-3
(D) Error in Part-4
(E) No Error

Explanation:

Ans (1): It should be used Present Participle/ Past Participle here. Hence, ‘putting the work aside/having put the work aside’ will be correct usage.

QuestionNo:9

He made a deliberately (1)/ attempt to malign (2)/ his friend and to (3)/ benefit from it. (4)/ No error (5).

(A) Error in Part-1
(B) Error in Part-2
(C) Error in Part-3
(D) Error in Part-4
(E) No Error

Explanation:

Ans (1): The word ‘deliberately’ is an Adverb. As an Adjective qualifies a Noun, it will be correct to use ‘deliberate’ (Adjective) here.

QuestionNo:10

Once he was satisfied by himself, (1)/ he started thinking (2)/ about what had gone wrong (3)/ and why it had done so. (4)/ No error (5).

(A) Error in Part-1
(B) Error in Part-2
(C) Error in Part-3
(D) Error in Part-4
(E) No Error

Explanation:

Ans (4): Use ‘and why he had done so’.

QuestionNo:11

When there is a lot (1)/ of work pressure (2)/ and deadlines to be meeting (3)/ 1 become restless. (4)/ No error (5).

(A) Error in Part-1
(B) Error in Part-2
(C) Error in Part-3
(D) Error in Part-4
(E) No Error

Explanation:

Ans (3): Use Passive Voice here. Hence, use ‘and deadlines to be met’.

QuestionNo:12

He doesn’t want (1)/ to get any credit (2)/ with whatever good (3)/ he does to others. (4)/ No error (5).

(A) Error in Part-1
(B) Error in Part-2
(C) Error in Part-3
(D) Error in Part-4
(E) No Error

Explanation:

Ans (3): Replace Preposition ‘with’ by ‘for’.