Error Detection For SBI PO/Clerk, IBPS PO/Clerk, RBI, LIC & Others

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Directions (1-5): In the question given below, a sentence is divided into five parts, out of which certain parts are highlighted which may or may not be grammatically correct. Choose the grammatically correct part out of the highlighted parts of the sentence as your answer. If all the highlighted parts are grammatically correct but the parts which are not highlighted contain some grammatical errors, choose the option (d) stating, “None of these” as your choice. If all the given parts of the sentence are grammatically correct and provide the contextual meaning to the sentence, choose option (e) i.e. “No error” as your answer.

Q1. Revival of businesses after lockdown is lifted(A)/ is not going to easy. GoI needs to look at various aspects(B)/ of the goods and services tax (GST) law(C)/ to provide succour. A rate reduction is desirable, but may not enough. (D)

(a)A

(b)C

(c)D

(d) None of these

(e)No error

Q2. The success of GST depends on the free flow of input tax credits. (A)/ Artificial barriers to refuse that input credits need to be removed. Many sectors like real estate (B)/and telecom suffer because of artificial rules denying them(C)/ input tax credits. If these barriers are removed, the cost of doing business will come down. (D)

(a)B

(b)C

(c)D

(d)None of these

(e)No error

Q3. Another working week is beginning, and while the pandemic has left(A)/ many without jobs, others are struggling to do two at once. (B)/ The closure of schools to all and a few pupils (C)/has forced parents and other carers to combine their regular jobs with education their children. (D)

(a)D

(b)C

(c)B

(d) None of these

(e)No error

Q4. Parents of primary-age pupils may envy to those with teenagers, (A)/ who require few supervision, (B)/while those struggling with GCSE curriculums(C)/ may wish that building a volcano model still counted as a good morning’s learning. (D)

(a)B

(b)C

(c)D

(d) None of these

(e)No error

Q5. We Americans are not a patience people; We get bored with long reads. (A)/ We’re making movies in 10-minute increments. Our president communicates in tweets. We want things fast, now, and over. (B)/So last week, as the weather turned sunny and the calendar turned to May and reports began to spread of other states opening up, (C)/you could almost felt the collective zeitgeist: “That’s enough already. We’re done with this. (D)

(a)B

(b)C

(c)D

(d) None of these

(e)No error

Answers:

S1. Ans. (a)

Only the part (A) of the highlighted parts is grammatically correct.

D has error i.e. “be” should be used before “enough” so does in “B”, i.e. “be” should be used before “easy”.

S2. Ans. (d)

In A, “refuse” should be replaced with “deny”, as here nothing is being offered which need to be refused, here the statement needs to be contradicted thus, “deny” is the correct word.

S3. Ans. (c)

Option C is correct as there is no error in B, in part C, “and” should be replaced with “but” as a preposition is required here and not conjunction and on top of that a contradiction is required in sentence, thus “but” should be preferred.

In part D, “education” should be replaced with “educating”.

S4. Ans. (c)

There is no error in part D, in A, “to” should be taken off as “envy” is a transitive verb and it takes direct object after it. In part B, “few” should be replaced with “less”.

S5. Ans. (b)

Option B is correct because there is no error in C. In A, “patience” should be replaced with “patient”, and In part D, “Felt should be replaced with “feel”.

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