Sentence Correction Test for RBI Assistant

Published on Saturday, December 10, 2016
Directions ( 1-5): Which of  the phrases given against the sentence should replace the word/ phrase given in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? In the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, select 'No correction required' as the answer.

1. Speaking of condition to anonymity, he said there were people seeking help.
1. Speaking to condition for
2. Speaking to condition for
3. Speaking for condition in
4. Speaking on condition of
5. No correction required

2. India won the match fair and square.
1. fare and squarely
2. fairly and square
3. fairly and squarely
4. fair square
5. No correction required

3. Came what may, he never missed a single meeting.
1. Came what may
2. Come what may
3. Came what may
4. Came what may
5. No correction required

4. A good artist never lets anyone sneaks a peek at his masterpiece before it was completed.
1. Sneaks a peeking
2. Sneaking a peek
3. Sneak a peeks
4. Sneak a peak
5. No correction required

5. It is reliable to learn that there is not substantial evidence to prove his innocence
1. is reliably innocence
2. learn to reliable 
3. reliable to learning
4. has been reliable learning
5. No correction required

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Answer : 

1. Speaking on condition of
2. No correction required
3. Come what may
4. Sneak a peak
5. No correction required

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