English Questions: Spelling Errors for Prelim Exam

Directions – Choose the word wrongly spelt.

  1. The destiny of India is now being transformed in her classrooms. This, we believe is no mere rheteoric. In a world based on science and technology, it is education that determines the level of prosperity, welfare and security of the people.
    determines
    prosperity
    rheteoric
    transformed
    All are correct
    Option C
    Correct spelling is rhetoric

     

  2. Japan and India are fevorishly bridging gaps and repaving roads in the Indo-Pacific to establish a giant corridor. The gigantic effort will merge two parallel initiatives- the New Delhi led India-Myanmar-thailand trilateral highway and the East- West Economic corridor.
    gigantic
    fevorishly
    parallel
    repaving
    All are correct
    Option B
    Correct spelling is feverishly

     

  3. High wages with little accountability for actual service delivery make public sector agencies an obvious target for patronage hiring. It also results in massive over-staffing. We need privatisation of civic delivery services like cleaning of roads and drains.
    obvious
    accountability
    patronage
    over-staffing
    All are correct
    Option E

     

  4. To foster a culture of innovation, faculty must be open to exploring the unknown, making the environment conducive for interactions. The acaedemic environment cannot become conducive for innovation overnight.
    conducive
    innovation
    acaedemic
    foster
    All are correct
    Option C
    Correct spelling is academic

     

  5. The key question is how to distinguish between a truly inquisitive reader and a propagandist who wants to undermine journalism and the public discourse. Journalists must realise that informed readers do not confuse objectivity with naieve neutrality.
    inquisitive
    propagandist
    undermine
    naieve
    All are correct
    Option D
    Correct spelling is naive

     

  6. More than 25 million voice assisstants globally, which are connected to the Internet of Things at home, face an increased risk of being hacked as cyber criminals are exploiting vulnerabilities present in them. Most devices have guessable passwords and insecure default settings.
    vulnerabilities
    exploiting
    assisstants
    guessable
    All are correct
    Option C
    Correct spelling is assistants

     

  7. An author, a poet, an artist or any creative person seeks solitariness to contempelate upon his thoughts and ideas. Those who cherish the solitary state in their being will feel the energy of the whole in the entire cosmos.
    contempelate
    solitariness
    cosmos
    cherish
    All are correct
    Option A
    Correct spelling is contemplate

     

  8. We are born to succeed, not to fail. The dictum is true upto the hilt and edge. If we preserve in our endevours with the utmost tenacity and sincerity of purpose coupled with zeal and enthusiasm, success will certainly come.
    hilt
    dictum
    endevours
    tenacity
    All are correct
    Option
    Correct spelling is endeavours

     

  9. The cold war was replete with instances of spy exchanges with or without the general public knowing about it. So, countries like US and Russia have also admitted openly that espionage is very much part of statecraft that all modern states engage in. to claim otherwise would be no less than laughable hypocrisy masquerading as pious platitudes.
    pious
    masquerading
    espionage
    replete
    All are correct
    Option E

     

  10. Punishments are meant to infuse fear in the person who commits a crime with a expectation that it will act as a deterent. But one needs to draw a line as far as having severe custodial punishment is concerned. The reasons and the circumstances under which a person may commit a crime have to be well-studied.
    expectation
    infuse
    deterent
    custodial
    All are correct
    Option C
    Correct spelling is deterrent

     

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