There is error in one of the parts in the following sentences. Mark the option which contains parts (A, B, C, D) which contain error. If no part contains error mark option E as your answer
- (A)While the earlier avatars mooted universal basic income, and focussed on /(B) primarily deficit rather than fiscal deficit, this one lists the achievements of the Government, and /(C) suggests little more than continuity along the roadmap of ease of doing business, /(D) cooperative federalism, fiscal prudence and trade openness.
primarily = primary
- (A)While there can be no denying that the Centre has /(B) traversed few ground in banking reforms, /(C) the Financial Resolution and Deposit Insurance Bill /(D) is not foregrounded in the discussion.
few = some
- (A)The difficult economic situation coupled with the ensuing State elections /(B) and the forthcoming general election has /(C) some political compulsions for the finance minister. In these circumstances, the /(D) likelihood of what might be called a “bold” budget becomes a distant reality.
- (A)Higher revenue deficit has resulted in higher fiscal and primary /(B) deficit and thus has translated into higher borrowings not /(C) only from market sources but also from non-market /(D) sources such as small savings and provident funds.
into = to
- (A)While the Fifteenth Finance Commission will provide forward guidance on /(B) this aspect, the budget through its expenditure allocation and giving guidance on timely sharing of tax and grants with /(C) the State government should make an attempt to further strengthen cooperative federalism, which essentially mean the Government recognising /(D) the varying fiscal capacity and budgetary pressures of various State governments.
mean = means
- (A)Economic policy over the past four years has been a crucible /(B) for many policy experiments that cried out for /(C) understanding and analysis. Also, generous sharing of data /(D) has allowed ideas to be pursued so that new facts, evidence, and ideas can find utterance.
cried = cry
- (A)In addition to the overview and chapters of contemporary relevance /(B) such as the GST, the investment-saving slowdown, and fiscal /(C) federalism and accountability, there are five chapters devoted to challenges of long-term economic convergence, gender inequality, /(D) climate change and agriculture, delays in the appeals and judicial process, and science and technology.
- (A)With the deadline for resolving the first set of large accounts /(B) under IBC fast approaching (by March), banks /(C) now have the ammunition to take steep /(D) haircuts to clean up their balance sheets.
- (A)Unless some of the recommendations of the PJ Nayak committee /(B) envisaging more autonomy to the bank boards are /(C) implemented in spirit, the current recapitalisation exercise may yet again end up /(D) throwing good money after bad.
omit “the ” before bank boards
- (A)UDAN also makes travel to remote cities quite affordable. It connects /(B) city pairs such as Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh to Delhi /(C) three times a week at maximum fares of Rs. 1,650, Cooch Behar in West Bengal to Guwahati in Assam at fares up to Rs. 1,570, and /(D) Burnpur to Guwahati for up to Rs. 2,570 for the seats to be sold in the scheme.
in = under
4 Thoughts to “English: Error Spotting – Set 127”
why omit “the” in 9th ??
In some cases we do not make use of the with plural nouns
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