Error Correction Part-33 for SBI PO/Clerk, IBPS PO/Clerk, LIC, Insurance and others

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Directions (1-5): Read each sentence, divided into five parts, 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. Below each sentence you are provided with five options. Choose the sequence which consists of correct parts of the sentence. If there is no error in the sentence, choose option (e).

1. Pluto, the God of the Underworld in classic mythology, is calm, quiet, (A)/ calculating, and stays under the radar! Birth, death, transformation, (B)/ the underworld and rebellion are its strong suits. What many don’t realises is that it is possible(C)/ to have these traits without being a pushover. An empath can be assertive too. (D)/ No Error (E)

a) only A
b) A and C
c) A and B
d) B and C
e) No error

2. The devastating news pushed her, then 24, into early labor, (A)/ and she gave birth prematurely. With her new son (B)/hospitalized for two months, and a four-year-old daughter to look for, (C)/she had no timing to grieve for her husband. (D)/ No Error (E)

a) only A
b) C and D
c) A and B
d) B and C
e) No error

3. How will the final battle for the Iron Throne play out? (A)/Between Jon Snow and Daenerys, (B)/we have no viable options left, and with just one episodes(C)/ to go, I’m aiming to the most improbable ending. (D)/ No Error (E)

a) only A
b) C and D
c) A and B
d) B and C
e) No error

4. Huawei is the latest flashpoint with individual countries shun the company(A)/ and the European Commission warning in a recent report that(B)/ “most Member States have not yet established or communicated clear plans to effectively address(C)/ existing situations of dependency on high-risk suppliers and prevent future dependencies. (D)/ No Error (E)

a) only A
b) A and D
c) A and B
d) B and C
e) No error

5. Carbon pricing could stable the global climate, and cap unwanted warming, at a fraction of the cost(A)/ that we are likely to end up paying in other ways. And as emissions were rapidly reduced, (B)/we could save enough to compensate most of the ‘losers’, (C)/such that displaced coal miners; a positive-sum solution. (D)/ No Error (E)

a) only A
b) A and D
c) A and B
d) B and C
e) No error

Answers:-

1. Sol. B The error is in part A and C
In Part A, “classical” should be used at the place of “classic”. “classical” means relating to ancient Greek or Latin literature, art, or culture.
In Part C, “realise” should be used at the place of “realises”.

2. Sol. B The error is in part C and D
In Part C, “look after” should be used at the place of “look for”.
In Part D, “no time” should be used at the place of “no timing”.

3. Sol. B The error is in part C and D
In Part C, “episodes” should be used at the place of “episode”.
In Part D, “aim for” should be used at the place of “aim to”.

4. Sol. C The error is in part A and B
In Part A, “shunning” should be used at the place of “shun”.
In Part B, “the European Commission’s” should be used at the place of “the European Commission”.

5. Sol. B The error is in part A and D
In Part A, “stabilise” should be used at the place of “stable”.
In Part D, “such as” should be used at the place of “such that”.

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