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English: Spotting Error Questions For Upcoming Bank Exams

Directions: Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (e) i.e. ‘No error’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

1) In his sharpest comments yet, the Dalai Lama compared (A) / China’s actions in Tibet to the regime of Cambodian dictator Pol Pot, (B) / who was held responsible to the death (C) / of more than a million Cambodians in the 1970s. (D) / No error. (E)

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2) Despite that, some commentators say that the U.S.-China (A) / agreement has shift the focus to (B) / developing countries, especially India, (C) / which is the fourth largest emitter. (D) / No error. (E)

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3) The exfoliation was carried at room temperature (A) / but under vacuum and the electrical conductance was (B) / measured at the time of exfoliation before (C) / the pristine nature of the edge was affected. (D) / No error. (E)

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4) There is a simple bench on the Indian side of the border, (A) / where bags are inspected, and a (B) / covered spot where the women (C) / are frisk and question. (D) / No error. (E)

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5) Alongside such contemporary pieces, also on display is (A) / over a 100 historic pieces ranging from paintings (B) / to photographs, metal and wooden artefacts (C) / found in the museum’s archives. (D) / No error. (E)

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6) “Focusing on minority communities was a (A) / way to communicate other versions of India, but (B) / we know we have (C) / just scratch the surface,” says Elliot. (D) / No error. (E)

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7) However, most are in the notified Mysore Elephant Reserve (MER) , (A) / made up of forests from Bhadra in Chikkamagaluru to (B) / Nagarahole-Bandipur BRT Wildlife Sanctuary belt, besides Bannerghatta, (C) / spread over anarea of near 11,000 sq. km. (D) / No error. (E)

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8) The State government had approached the Centre for (A) / waiver of farm loans but even if we fail to get any support from (B) / the Centre, we will ensure that farmers are (C) / freed in their mounting debts, said Capt. (D) / No error. (E)

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9) On buying the watch, customers will also get a (A) / log book with all the flight details of its journey (B) / around the world, a great story to tell (C) / people who compliment them on their watch. (D) / No error. (E)

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10) As soon as I entered the house I spotted her father wearing a ‘Harvard’ sweatshirt in (A) / the 35 degrees temperature as if he (B) / is some nuclear scientist on Copenhagen (C) / when actually he is a dentist from Karaikudi. (D) / No error. (E)

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11) The desperate reliance on deep ground water and farming is (A) / symptomatic of the traumatic shift experienced (B) / by the Banjaras since the British government criminalised them, (C) / like the Mahua tree itself, in this part of the country. (D) / No error. (E)

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12) Towards the centre of the pole, Hart acknowledges one of the most disturbing (A) / aspect of Canadian history, the system of residential (B) / schools where children were forcibly sent, separated from their (C) / families, and where they suffered abuse, disease and death. (D) / No error. (E)

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13) The overall BSE Small Cap Index valuation, though, (A) / is still not very expensive compared to historical averages – an indication (B) / that earnings of a good number of companies (C) / has kept pace with the rally in their stock price. (D) / No error. (E)

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14) If you are spending, say, Rs.1 lakh per month and is (A) / due to retire in five years, you may be wondering as to whether (B) / you would be able to generate the same level (C) / of income during your retirement to sustain your lifestyle. (D) / No error. (E)

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15) You choose your country, you choose your spouse, (A) / you choose your profession, you choose (B) / your political masters, and you choose (C) / where you want live and how. (D) / No error. (E)

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