English: Error Spotting for NABARD, IBPS RRB exams – Set 65

In each of the following sentences, find if any part of the sentence (A), (B), (C) or (D) contains error. If there is no error mark “No Correction Required” as you answer.

  1. Federer became the oldest man(1) /to win the singles title in the Open(2)/ Era — a full 14 years after he(3)/ claimed first the title as a scruffy, ponytailed upstart. (4)
    A) (1)
    B) (2)
    C) (3)
    D) (4)
    E) No Error
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    Option D
    Explanation:

    claimed first > First Claimed
  2. Krishna Palle wonders(1) /whether he and his family, (2) /resident on Eldam’s Road(3) /is the oldest residents of the road. (4)
    A) (1)
    B) (2)
    C) (3)
    D) (4)
    E) No Error
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    Option D
    Explanation:

    is > Are
  3. The Madras High Court verdict striking down(1)/ the Tamil Nadu government order that (2)/earmarked 85% of seats in undergraduate medical and dental(3) /courses for students from the State Board is no surprise at all. (4)
    A) (1)
    B) (2)
    C) (3)
    D) (4)
    E) No Error
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    Option B
    Explanation:

    that HAD earmarked
  4. In a country with regional, (1) /economic and linguistic disparities, (2) /uniformity is no virtue, especially(3) /when it is thrusting on unwilling States. (4)
    A) (1)
    B) (2)
    C) (3)
    D) (4)
    E) No Error
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    Option D
    Explanation:

    thursting > thurst
  5. It is to be hoped that National Security Adviser Ajit Doval’s coming visit(1) /to Beijing to attend a BRICS meeting hosted by his counterpart, and other(2)/ engagements in the run-up to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s scheduled visit to Xiamen over the BRICS summit in September(3)/, will see this strategy bear fruit. (4)
    A) (1)
    B) (2)
    C) (3)
    D) (4)
    E) No Error
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    Option C
    Explanation:

    over > for
  6. In January, an analysis by the nonpartisan(1)/ Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimated that repealing Obamacare (2) /without a replacement would result in 32 million people losing insurance by 2026(3)/, including 19 million who would lose Medicaid coverage. (4)
    A) (1)
    B) (2)
    C) (3)
    D) (4)
    E) No Error
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    Option E
  7. Last month, Amnesty(1)/ International’s Turkey chair, Taner Kiliç (2)/, was also arrested(3)/, accused for links to Gülen. (4)
    A) (1)
    B) (2)
    C) (3)
    D) (4)
    E) No Error
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    Option D
    Explanation:

    for > of
  8. The teacher(1)/ took a(2) / test in(3)/ Mathematics(4).
    A) (1)
    B) (2)
    C) (3)
    D) (4)
    E) No Error
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    Option B
    Explanation:

    Took = Gave
  9. Nothing ha(1)s/ or(2)/ could be(3)/ more fortunate. (4)
    A) (1)
    B) (2)
    C) (3)
    D) (4)
    E) No Error
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    Option A
    Explanation:

    Has Been
  10. This is (1)/the same(2) /dog who bit(3) /me(4).
    A) (1)
    B) (2)
    C) (3)
    D) (4)
    E) No Error
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    Option C
    Explanation:

    Who > As

 

 

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24 Thoughts to “English: Error Spotting for NABARD, IBPS RRB exams – Set 65”

  1. Sachin Shukla

    7/10 ty:)

    1. AMAZON

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      1. Sachin Shukla

        i m fine bro? u tell

        1. AMAZON

          pdai nhi ho paa rhi yaar , wo motivation nhi aa paa rha , kya kre btao aap hi

          1. Sachin Shukla

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          2. AMAZON

            nai yr, why

          3. Sachin Shukla

            aise hi puchha..ok

          4. AMAZON

            ab next exam kon sa h apka
            aur isro fill krre kya?

          5. Sachin Shukla

            isro nai fill kar sakta qki 26se 1months jada hu

  2. peansu

    Mam, In Q.10. “as” doesn’t seems to fit, ‘that’ hoga kya?

    1. matt_tuck

      kati ota right bhayo bro? 😀

    2. Srishti

      “As” is correct here.

      1. peansu

        “This is the same dog as bit me.”? How?

        1. Srishti

          As conjunction use hua hai naa ki relative pronoun ?

          1. peansu

            Nahi samjha Srishti mam.

  3. _/_

    Krishna Palle wonders(1) /whether he and his family, (2) /resident on Eldam’s Road(3) /is the oldest residents of the road. (4)
    A) (1)
    B) (2)
    C) (3)
    D) (4)
    E) No Error
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    Option D
    Explanation:
    is > Are
    why are ?

    1. Srishti

      Are signifies “he and his family”
      Sub-verb agreement.

  4. MAYANK BHARADWAJ100%

    tks

  5. !!! m@umit@ !!!

    5/10 TY AZ

  6. वैम्पायर हंटर

    14 years ????
    kahi pe wrong bolte ho kahi pe right

    1. Srishti

      a full 14 year= is a nominal phrase

      nominal phrase usually forms the subject or object of a sentence.

      1. वैम्पायर हंटर

        Otteeyyy thnkuuu

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