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English: Error Detection & Sentence Corrections for Upcoming Bank Exams

Q.1-5. Read each part of the sentence to find out if there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part or more than that of the sentence. The number of that part/s is/are the answer. If there is no error, mark your answer as (5).
Q.1. Lawyers tend to go (A)/ by a client’s paying (B)/ ability and are known (C)/ to charge more to affluent (D)/ clients and less from the poor. (E)
1. Only B and D
2. Only C
3. Only A
4. Only D
5. No error

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Q.2. The Union Home Minister said the (A)/ central government is (B)/ committed to do his best (C)/ to fulfil the aspirations (D)/ of the Naga people for a brighter tomorrow. (E)
1. Only A
2. Only A, C and D
3. Only C
4. Only E
5. No error

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Q.3 At a more fundamental level, crediting the revaluation reserves (A)/ to government would completely obliterate the firewall that has (B)/ to be maintain between the power to create money(C)/ and the power to spend money (D)/ in a fiat money system.(E)
1. Both A and B
2. Only D
3. Only C
4. Both A and E
5. No Error

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Q.4 A survey of people expectations (A)/ is also highly prone to bias, in that people (B)/ are likely to focus too much on “spectacular” (C)/ price changes and ignore commodities(D)/ where prices change little.(E)
1. Only A
2. Both A and B
3. Both C and D

4. Only E
5. No Error

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Q.5 It would be wise to heed the words of the Dalai Lama, (A)/ spiritual genius and visionary to (B)/ whom India gave shelter, (C)/ and who consider himself a ‘chela’ (disciple) (D)/ of Indian knowledge traditions. (E)
1. Only A and d
2. Only D
3. Only B
4. Only C
5. No error

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Q.6-10 Which of the Phrases (A), (B) and (C) given below each sentence should replace the phrases 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.

Q.6 RBI’s fifth monetary policy for the financial year left key interested rate unchanged at 6%.
(A) left key interest rate unchanged by 6%.
(B) left key interest rate unchanged for 6%.
(C) left key interest rate unchanged at 6%.
1. Only A
2. Only B
3. Only C
4. All A, B and C
5. No correction required

Q.7 The organising principles for rural economic policy ought to similar to other sectors.
(A) to be similar to other sectors
(B) to be similar to other sector
(C) to be similar to another sectors
1. Only A
2. Only B
3. Only C
4. All A, B and C
5. No correction required

Q.8 Winter pollution could greatly effect foreign investment coming into NCR or into north India in general.
(A) great affection foreign investment coming into
(B) greatly affect foreign investment coming into
(C) greatly affect foreign investment coming to
1. Only A
2. Only B
3. Only C
4. All A, B and C
5. No correction required

Q.9 Prime Minister inaugurated the BR Ambedkar International Centre here and said it would be a important place for research on social and economic issues.
(A) an important place or research
(B) an important place for research
(C) an importance place for research
1. Only A
2. Only B
3. Only C
4. All A, B and C
5. No correction required

Q.10 In a relief to nearly 5,000 lawyers frequenting the Patiala House Court, the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) approved freely parking for them at nearby Purana Quila parking site.
(A) approved free parking to them at nearby
(B) approved free parking for them on nearb y
(C) approved free parking for them at nearby
1. Only A
2. Only B
3. Only C
4. All A, B and C
5. No correction required

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