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

Directions.(1-5): In the following questions, there are four different sentences (a), (b), (c) and (d) which have an error. Among them choose the sentence which is grammatically correct. If all the sentences are incorrect then choose ‘e’ as your answer.

Q.1) a) They envisage an old lady on the cot who must not go to sleep, as thieves would then steal the cot.

b) The festival has a rich history of humour, irreverence and creative licence that must be defend.

c) A number of segments has also been presented in comic form, for the benefit of younger audiences.

d) “India has a great tradition of artists and cultural workers whom have opposed the restriction of rights and freedom.”

e) All the above sentences are error-prone.

Q.2) a) No wonder, even the IMF economists have acknowledged, that reform process should has a ‘human’ face.

b) In June, before sentenced, Mustafa had a cardiac arrest in jail and died.

c) One would think that listening to a seminar will made things easier.

d) Aaron Finch’s fleet-footed cover Peter Handscomb might not be rushed into the first game so soon after his arrival in India.

e) All the above sentences are error-prone.

Q.3) a) Nevertheless, CRISIL Research expected a temporary burst in sales once subsidy got released in bulk.

b) However, despite the cost escalation, the public sector unit are convinced of its viability.

c) By the time the British completed the Mettur dam, 15 km away, in the early 1930s, the village, along with the Jalakandeswara Temple complex and the Nandi idol, were submerged.

d) One of the four men were arrested, the police said on Saturday.

e) All the above sentences are error-prone.

Q.4) a) According to the Kerala Tourism Department, the number of tourists visiting Kerala have increased in recent years.

b) Not only the actor had been denied justice, she continued to be harassed mentally.

c) Hardly under any pressure from this rain, they coolly flash and flaunt their water-droplet pearls.

d) But so far, there is a lot of evidences that his intelligence is not AI, or that AI hasn’t already taken over the world.

e) All the above sentences are error-prone.

Q.5) a) He is one of the fittest men on the circuit and he could be a wily player too.

b) He also wanted that at least one of the judges should recuse themselves from his cases.

c) The government have a plan to provide services from one of the new inland ports to Somaliland’s Berbera Port.

d) Constable Kumar, along with other officers, were tasked with checking vehicles under the flyover.

e) All the above sentences are error-prone.

Directions.(6-10): Each sentence is divided into five 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. Below the sentence, you are provided with five options. The first three options suggest you the sequence of correct parts of the sentence. Choose the sequence which follows the correct parts of the sentence. If there is no error in the sentence, choose option (e). If none of the options follow the correct sequence, choose (d) as your option.

Q.6) The name of Alok Mehta, party leader (A)/ and former Cooperative Minister in (B)/ the grand alliance government, (C)/ have been doing the rounds for (D)/ the post of next RJD State president. (E)

a) BCDE

b) ACDE

c) ABDE

d) None of the combinations is true.

e) No error.

Q.7) A motorcycle-born person (A)/ was killed when a truck carrying (B)/ oranges overturned on him (C)/ near Patna Kaimur district on (D)/ Monday morning, an official said. (E)

a) BCDE

b) ACDE

c) ABDE

d) None of the combinations is true.

e) No error.

Q.8) The woman hailing from Shajapur (A)/ district died for treatment at (B)/ a private hospital where she was (C)/ admitted 10 days ago, Asha, (D)/ district in-charge of the IDSP, said. (E)

a) ACDE

b) BCDE

c) ABCD

d) None of the combinations is true.

e) No error.

Q.9) Mr. Javadekar had first made the announcement (A)/ on Sunday here at a function to mark (B)/ the bicentenary of the Paika rebellion, and added (C)/ that the Centre has allocated ₹200 crore (D)/ for commemorating it on the country. (E)

a) ACDE

b) ABDE

c) ABCD

d) None of the combinations is true.

e) No error.

Q.10) In the last two months, (A)/ the Maoists have been (B)/ active in the Agency area (C)/ and involved in a (D)/ number of incident. (E)

a) BCDE

b) ABCD

c) ABCE

d) None of the combinations is true.

e) No error.

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