English: Error Spotting for NABARD, IBPS RRB exams – Set 113 (New pattern)

 

In each of the following questions there are sentences that form a paragraph. Identify the sentence(s) or part(s) of sentence(s) that is/are correct in terms of grammar and usage (including spelling, punctuation and logical consistency). Then, choose the most appropriate option.

  1. a. the dominance of oil, natural gas and coal in the global energy
    b. mix is questioned by intensifying carbon policies, technological
    c. disruption in mobility and, to an extent, changing energy geopolitics.
    d. a closer look to India’s energy mix reflects a clear trend towards
    e. gas and renewables, but there is no imminent danger.
    A) All except a
    B) Both b and c
    C) Both a and e
    D) All except d
    E) All are Correct
    View Answer
       Option C
    Explanation:
    b = is being questioned; c = disruptions; look at
  2. a. petrochemicals offer great opportunity to beef
    b. up the downstream value chain.
    c. India’s petrochemical market is expect
    d. to grow at compound annual growth
    e. rate of 10% about the next five years.
    A) Only a
    B) Only b
    C) Only c
    D) Only d
    E) All are Correct
    View Answer
       Option B
    Explanation:
    a = “a” great opportunity; c = expected; d = at a compound; about = over
  3. a. a Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report made public
    b. earlier this week points out that the approximately Rs2,500 crore
    c. in the Clean Ganga Fund set up
    d. by the Modi government remains unutilized.
    e. This failure points to a long-running problem in Indian governance.
    A) Both a and c
    B) Both c and d
    C) All a, b and c
    D) Both a and e
    E) All are Correct
    View Answer
       Option E

  4. a. The proliferation of unnecessary silos and the inevitable
    b. turf war that come with it create planning and implementation hurdles.
    c. Given the BJP’s Lok Sabha strength and relative low
    d. rely on alliance partners, the Modi government
    e. had a good opportunity to do so.
    A) only a
    B) both a and d
    C) Both c and d
    D) Both a and e
    E) All are Correct
    View Answer
       Option D
    Explanation:
    b = wars; c = relatively; d = rely = reliance;
  5. a. The challenge to the SME-led
    b. tradition growth models lies in the
    c. barrier that they face in growing
    d. their market domestically and
    e. globally in cost-effective manner.
    A) Only a
    B) Only b
    C) Both a and b
    D) Both c and e
    E) All are Correct
    View Answer
       Option A
    Explanation:
    b = traditional; c = barriers; d = markets; e = in a
  6. a. lack of adequate finance for SMEs and confusion
    b. about the total cost of ownership and returns on investment
    c. of technology adaption, as also the non-availability
    d. of ‘soft’ training and support required to sustain
    e. the usage of technology, act as factors.
    A) Only d
    B) Both c and a
    C) Both d and e
    D) all a , b, and d
    E) All are Correct
    View Answer
       Option C
    Explanation:
    a = financing; b = return; c = adoption
  7. a. it is heartening to seeing wealthy individuals defying these attacks,
    b. not only by openly acknowledging the economic and social damage
    c. cause by extreme inequality, but also by criticizing a
    d. system that, despite enabling them to prosper, has left
    e. too much without opportunities.
    A) All except a
    B) Both b and d
    C) All except d
    D) All except e
    E) All are Correct
    View Answer
       Option B
    Explanation:
    a = to see; c = cause; e = too many
  8. a. with modern digital technology, the return to scale
    b. are large that it no longer makes sense
    c. to demand that, say, 1,000 firms produce
    d. version of the same good, each
    e. Meet one-thousandth of total demand.
    A) Only a
    B) Only b
    C) Only c
    D) Only d
    E) All are Correct
    View Answer
       Option C
    Explanation:
    a = returns; b = are so large; d = versions; e = meeting
  9. a. an entirely separate view on that this whole fake
    b. news phenomenon is fake news in itself,
    c. and merely the dying utterance from establishment
    d. media companies that are being
    e. slaughtered by the openness of internet.
    A) Both a an d c
    B) Only c
    C) Only d
    D) Both b and d
    E) All are Correct
    View Answer
       Option D
    Explanation:
    a = “on” = is; c = utterences; e = the internet
  10. a. when the Freedom Party under Jörg Haider went
    b. in for a power-sharing arrangement for the conservatives
    c. around the turn of the century, Austria was briefly
    d. ostracised by the European Union.
    e. But the political realities in 2017 are different.
    A) Both a and b
    B) All except B
    C) All c, d and e
    D) Both d and b
    E) All are Correct
    View Answer
       Option B
    Explanation:
    b = for = with

 
 

Related posts

3 Thoughts to “English: Error Spotting for NABARD, IBPS RRB exams – Set 113 (New pattern)”

  1. subhain

    Ma’am question 3rd main The comptroller and Auditor General kun ni aayega?????

    1. Srishti

      A reporter can make several reports on CAG. Here in the sentence only one Report in considered. So “A” Report.

      1. subhain

        Ma’am thank you..

Leave a Comment