Directions(1-4): In the given question, a sentence is divided into four parts. There are errors in three parts. Choose the part which doesn’t have an error. If all the four parts are correct, mark E, i.e. ‘All are correct’ as the answer.
- We need to understand (A)/ the landscapes of emerge extended urbanization better (B)/ if we want to predict, avoid and reacting (C)/ to emerging disease outbreaks more efficacy. (D)
ABCDAll are correctOption A
Part B- In place of ’emerge’ it should be ’emerging’
Part C- In place of ‘reacting’, it should be ‘react; as per the rule of parallelism.
Part D- After ‘more’ we need an adverb and not a noun to properly describe ‘how effectively’. So, it should be ‘efficaciously’ instead of ‘efficacy’.
- The point of stillness that you have go to not only to write, (A)/ but to read seriously, (B)/ is the point where you could (C)/ actually made responsible decisions. (D)
ABCDAll are correctOption A
In part A the correlative conjunction ‘not only’ is mentioned. The other half of this is ‘but also’. But in part B we only find ‘but’ which makes it incorrect.
Both parts C and D have errors in their tense. In part C instead of the past tense ‘could’ we need the present tense ‘can’. Similarly, in part D instead of the past tense ‘made’ we need the present tense ‘make’.
- You can’t go there yet (A)/ have a quiet conversation anymore (B)/ like they play (C)/ the background music too loudly. (D)
ABCDAll are correctOption B
In part A the usage of the coordinating conjunction ‘yet’ is incorrect. Both clauses in parts A and B are similar (as in negative) and dependent. So, the correct conjunction that should be used here is ‘and’.
In part C the usage of the preposition ‘like’ is incorrect. We need to use the conjunction ‘as’ or ‘because’ to indicate that something happens during the time when something else is taking place.
In part D, instead of the adverb ‘loudly’, we need to use the adjective ‘loud’ to describe the noun ‘background music’.
- I’m reminding of Anne Tyler’s “The Accidental Tourist”, (A)/ in which books is recommended as props (B)/ for travellers who would rather avoid (C)/ idle conversation through strangers. (D)
ABCDAll are correctOption C
In part A, the incorrect tense has been used. The writer is thinking about a previously read book, so the tense should be in the past tense form ‘reminded’ instead of the present continuous tense ‘reminding’.
In part B, subject-verb agreement is voided because of the usage of the singular verb ‘is’ with the plural noun ‘books’. It should be ‘are’ and not ‘is’.
In part D, the usage of the adverb ‘through’ is incorrect. ‘Through’ means from one side to the other by way of the interior. While the implication of the sentence part is that the ‘chatter’ is along or together with others/group etc (strangers). So, it should be ‘with’.
A. Ensuring that a girl child is educated
B. India has added up to
C. Many families
D. lower poverty in long run.
E. to improve the well being of the society
F. sets off a virtuous chain reaction.A-E & C-DB-DB-D & A-FA-F & C-DA-FOption E
- We believe that learning(1) together helps in working(2), nurturing(3) individuals and teams, creating(4) a value-based culture.
1-22-33-41-4No corrections requiredOption A
- As millions of professionals strive for the extraordinary(1) work-life balance in optimum(2) times when they have been confined(3) to their homes, industry giants as well as start-ups have told their employees(4) to continue to be there.
1-22-33-41-3No correction requiredOption A
- The old normal has given(1) way to the WFH, the lexicon(2) that was born in the lockdown and quickly(3) became part of everyday acronym(4), and it is here to stay, at least, for the foreseeable future.
1-32-41-43-4No corrections requiredOption B
- The tech giant also reveals(1) that an app that violates(2) consumers to an external site that allows them to participate(3) in paid tournaments to real money clearly leads(4) Play Store policies.
1-32-43-41-4No correction requiredOption B
- Paradoxically with(1), the post-war order faces an existential threat to its(2) stability from the revival of nationalism across the globe, through(3) some of the powers that(4) enshrined common principles and rules willing to discard them.
1-32-41-23-4No corrections requiredOption A
Direction: In the given question, two columns I and II and three sentences are given, which are divided into two parts. Column I (A, B and C) consists of first half of each sentence and Column II (D, E and F) consists of second half of each sentence. Match column I with column II, so that the sentences formed are both meaningful and grammatically correct. Choose the option as your answer.
Directions(6-10): In the given question, four words are printed in bold and are numbered 1, 2, 3 and 4 . Of these, the positions of two words may be incorrect and need to be exchanged to make the sentence correct. Find the two words which need to be exchanged. In case the given sentence is correct, your answer is (E) i.e. ‘No correction required’.