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Find Grammatical Errors Test - English Grammar (Part - 16)

Published on Friday, September 16, 2016
grammar test

Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below each statement should replace,the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required,mark (5) as the answer.

1) As soon as she opened the umbrella, a scorpion fell about of it.
A. fell up from
B. fell off from
C. fell out off
D. fell from off
E. No correction required

2) A true leader’s life is a saga of dedicating to the cause of welfare of human beings.
A. of dedicated
B. of having dedication in
C. of dedication to
D. for dedication at
E. No correction required

3) He firmly believes that a significant change in the structures of our various departments is the necessary.
A. significant in change among the structures
B. significant changing structures
C. significantly changing throughout the structures
D. significant change among the structure
E. No correction require

4) Despite being considerable difficulty,this is one of the most popular exercises.
A. considerably difficult
B. considerable difficult
C. considerable difficulties
D. considerably and difficulty
E. No correction required

5) The prayer is most likely to start at 6 a.m.
A. Be most likely started by
B. Is most liked to start at
C. Is mostly likely to starting at
D. Is most likely start at
E. No correction

1. B,
fell off from
Explanation-’From' is used to indicate that something originate or comes from

‘of dedication to’
Explanation-’Dedication’ is the correct adjective here

3. E
No correction

4. Answer-A, Considerably difficult
Explanation- Correct pair of adverb followed by verb (Difficult)

5. Answer- E

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