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English: New Pattern Error Detection for SBI Clerk & Other Bank Exams

Q.1-5): In the following questions, each sentence is written in different structures (a), (b), (c) and (d) and has an error. Choose the option which is grammatically and structurally correct. If all the sentences are incorrect then choose ‘e’ as your answer.

Q.1) a) The cynical manipulation of such sections of the law is bad enough.

b) The cynical manipulation for such section to the law is bad enough.

c) The cynical manipulation of such sections of the law is badly enough.

d) The cynical manipulation to such section of the law are badly enough.

e) None is correct.

Q.2) a) Maoist action and scale of violence have steady comes down in recent years, and more so since 2010.

b) Maoist actions and scale of violence has steadily came down in recent year, and more so for 2010.

c) Maoist actions and scale of violence has steadily come down in recent years, and more so for 2010.

d) Maoist actions and scale of violence have steadily come down in recent years, and more so since 2010.

e) None is correct.

Q.3) a) One incident take place in March this year, leading by the killing of 12 CRPF personnel, member of a roads opening party.

b) One incident took place in March this year, leading to the killing of 12 CRPF personnel, members of a road opening party.

c) One incident took place in March this year, leading to the killing of 12 CRPF personal, member of a road opening party.

d) One incident took places in March this year, lead by the killing of 12 CRPF personnel, members of a road opening party.

e) None is correct.

Q.4)  a) With the firm mandate, the government should be able to focus much on the Abenomics strategy to farther stimulate growth and demand.

b) With a firm mandate, the government should be able to focussing more on the Abenomics strategies to further stimulate growth and demand.

c) With a firm mandate, the government should be able to focus more on the Abenomics strategy to further stimulate growth and demand.

d) With the firm mandate, the government should be able to focus more on the Abenomics strategy to further stimulate growth and the demand.

e) None is correct.

Q.5) a) The Catalan Parliament is to now meet over the coming days to respond to Madrid’s decision to impose direct rule.

b) The Catalan Parliament has to now met over the early days respond to Madrid’s decisions to impose direct rules.

c) The Catalan’s Parliament have to now meet over the coming days to respond to Madrid’s decision to impose direct rule.

d) The Catalan Parliament was to now meet over the coming days to respond to Madrid’s decision to imposed the direct rule.

e) None is correct.

D.6-10): Each sentence is divided into four parts, find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence.(The part which has been highlighted is free from error.) Below the sentence, you are provided with five options. choose the part(s) which has/have an error. If all the parts are correct, then choose ‘no error’.

Q.6) A massive number of potholes (1)/ that has made their appearance on Bengaluru’s roads (A)/ are earning more than just people’s wrath: (B)/ they are attracting sponsorships and (C)/ manpower from private clubs and corporates. (D)

a) Only B

b) Both A and D

c) Only A

d) No error.

e) Only C

Q.7) The case history of patients (1)/ as well as other information related to (A)/ medicine stock and hospital staff could (B)/ soon be online in (C)/ State-run medical colleges in Uttar Pradesh. (D)

a) No error.

b) Only A

c) Only D

d) Only C

e) Only B

Q.8) Several policemen, (1)/ SFI and KSU activists (A)/ and at least four media (B)/ persons were (C)/ injured in the violence. (D)

a) Both A and B

b) Both B and A

c) No error.

d) Both D and C

e) Only C

Q.9) The economics (1)/ of publishing newspapers (A)/ in India have hardened while (B)/ news televisions didn’t pay (C)/ for itself, he pointed out. (D)

a) Both C and D

b) Only A

c) Only D

d) No error.

e) Only B

Q.10) The book (1)/ claimed that the first struggle for (A)/ Independence were launched by (B)/ the Hindu ‘sanyasis’ of Bengal in 1773, (C)/ not by Indian sepoys in 1857. (D)

a) Only B

b) Only D

c) Both A and C

d) No error.

e) Only C

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