Detect Grammatical Mistakes : Part - 13

Published on Thursday, August 11, 2016

1.
(a) The officer 
(b) Is angry on the clerk
(c) for not attending to the work
(d) No error



2.
(a) No sooner 
(b) I had spoken
(c) than he left
d) No error


3.
(a) Computer education
(b) in universities and colleges today
(c) leaves much to be desired
(d) No error


4.
(a) You will be persecuted
(b) for bringing seeds
(c) to Australia
(d) No error


5.
(a) You must either tell me\
(b) the whole story or at least
(c) the first half of it 
(d) No error


6.
(a) Our new neighbours
(b) had been living in Arizona
(c) since ten years before moving to their present house
(d) No error


7.
(a) the patient 
(b) was accompanied
(c) with his friend
(d) No error


8.
(a) I saw him
(b) a couple of times
(c) since May
(d) No error


9.
(a) Tea
(b) Which is I am drinking
(c) is hot
(d) No error


10.
(a) Although  the police officer sympathized with the poor
(b) he refused to
(c) take an action against the rich
(d) No error


11.
(a) We were looking forward
(b) to hear news
(c) about the missing fischermen
(d) No error


12.
(a) The actress
(b) was shocked
(c) by the news of her dog's death
(d) No error


13.
(a) One of  the question
(b)  he asked me was
(c) 'who did you travel with'
(d) No error


14.
(a) I know
(b) a doctor
(c) you are referring to.
(d) No error


15.
(a) The introduction of job oriented course
(b) in the self financing colleges'
(c) attract many  students
(d) No error




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ramandeep singh

My name is Ramandeep Singh. I authored the Quantitative Aptitude Made Easy book. I have been providing online courses and free study material for RBI Grade B, NABARD Grade A, SEBI Grade A and Specialist Officer exams since 2013.

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