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New Pattern Spotting Error Quiz 

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New Pattern Spotting Error Quiz: Set 22


1. In each of the following questions, various sentences are given and you have to choose the one which has some or any grammatical error in it. In the questions where option (E) is all are correct and all the sentences are grammatically correct choose option (E) as the correct choice. 

A. You must acknowledge that I have done you a great service.

B. The chief idea of every common type of traveller is to see as many objects of interest as possibly could.

C. No doubt I could have had her, and I saw my own stupidity later, but what I wanted was not a woman’s person, it was love, it was the ideal.

D. Without knowing how or why, I found myself on the banks of the Seine.

E. I had a girl neighbour; a little work-girl, no doubt, who possessed the true Parisian charm: a little head and with light curly hair.

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2.In each of the following questions, various sentences are given and you have to choose the one which has some or any grammatical error in it. In the questions where option (E) is all are correct and all the sentences are grammatically correct choose option (E) as the correct choice.

A. Shams felt totally numb, and closed his eyes for a while, as if he were under the spell of the place.

B. On the way Raj felt his heart was thumping fast, as if something unusual was about to happen.

C. Being a well known physicist, he was invited to deliver a lecture of laser technology.

D. After settling down in the valley, he had adjusted to his new life by accepting the title of shepherd, something that he had never thought of doing before his forced immigration.

E. Akram was sitting under a tree in the pasture near to the camps.

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3.In each of the following questions, various sentences are given and you have to choose the one which has some or any grammatical error in it. In the questions where option (E) is all are correct and all the sentences are grammatically correct choose option (E) as the correct choice.

A. The area he was growing up in was impoverished, basically a slum, and the constant, unrelenting poverty not only stunted his body, it suffocated his soul.

B. With the passing of time, he was slowly becoming immune to the upset, and able to filter out the raised voices.

C. The only thing that made his life worth living was the park near the school.

D. Today, the cost of living is such higher that many people find it difficult to keep their hearts beating.

E. He was staring at the flowers, they were in full bloom, a welcome sign of the spell cast by spring.

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4.In each of the following questions, various sentences are given and you have to choose the one which has some or any grammatical error in it. In the questions where option (E) is all are correct and all the sentences are grammatically correct choose option (E) as the correct choice.

A. Swati has such a fine memory that she can recollect anything what happened many years ago.

B. It couldn’t have been written by Shyam because that kind of dress was not worn till his death.

C. One day, on his way back from school after a particularly arduous day, he suddenly decided to follow one of the colourful butterflies, to see where it went and find out where they lived.

D. Priyamvada was unhappy to hear the news of her son’s failing in the final examination.

E. It was a refuge from the piles of rubbish, the filth, the polluted air, the clamor of vehicles, the stench of poor drainage and the appalling news of bomb blasts and terrorist attacks.

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5.In each of the following questions, various sentences are given and you have to choose the one which has some or any grammatical error in it. In the questions where option (E) is all are correct and all the sentences are grammatically correct choose option (E) as the correct choice.

A. Near the old Banyan tree, he saw something moving in the grass.

B. She was very fond of her own daughter, but she could not so much as look at her step-daughter without shuddering.

C. Avinash and his friend were walking towards the station when they met his common friend.

D. One day – it was in the middle of January – Holena felt a longing for the scent of violets.

E. As the tears rolled down his cheeks, he placed its small broken body inside, and covered it, stroking the earth into a small mound.

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Direction (6-10) Find out the error, if any. If there is no error, the answer is (E), i.e. No error. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.) 

6.The club has lost (A)/ a lot of business (B)/ because of poor (C)/ maintained facilities. (D)/ No error (E).

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D

E. E

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7.The village has electricity (A)/ today only because (B)/ of the efforts of a (C)/ few dedicated engineers. (D)/No error (E).

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D

E. E

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8.The company has appointed (A)/ consultants to help them (B)/ increase its revenue (C)/ and improve its financial position. (D)/No error (E).

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D

E. E

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9.The cost of the new (A)/ machines is likely to (B) be so high as ten (C)/ times the existing ones. (D)/ No error (E).

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D

E. E

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10.The NGO provides (A)/ free daily meal to them (B)/ who live below the (C)/ poverty line in rural areas. (D)/ No error (E).

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D

E. E

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