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Spotting Error Quiz based on new pattern

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Q.Which of the options given below each sentence should replace the part of the sentence given in bold letters to make the sentence grammatically correct? If there is no error, the answer is (E).

1.We called around but we weren’t able to find the car part we needed.
A. called on
B. called out
C. called in
D. called for
E. No correction required

2.The police has so far succeed in the recovery of only a small part of the stolen property.
A. so far succeed to recover
B. so far succeed in recovering
C. as far as succeeded in recovery of
D. thus far succeeded for recovery of
E. No correction required

3.We advised them to going to a hill station during the summer vacation.
A. that they go to
B. for going to
C. to go to
D. that they should have to go to
E. No correction required

4 It’s typical of a jingoistic country that the citizens look down at their geographical neighbors.
A. look down to
B. look down for
C. look down about
D. look down on
E. No correction required

5.It’s really bad to making fun of physically challenged people.

A. making fun of
B. to make fun about
C. to make fun of
D. making fun to
E. No Correction Required

6.She didn’t have enough strength so she pass out at the end of the weightlifting event.
A. pass in
B. pass off
C. passed down
D. passed out
E. No Correction Required

7.The chief minister had to climb on over his budget proposals because there was so much opposition from many members of his own party.
A. climb off
B. climb down
C. climb through
D. climb in
E. No correction required

8.He is finding it very difficult to get down since his son was born.
A. get by
B. get through
C. get on
D. get up with
E. No correction required

9.News is coming across of a accident on the highway, where extreme weather conditions has been causing difficulties for the drivers.
A. A
B. B
C. C
D. D
E. E

10.This drug has long term effects on a child as he could easily grow through a particular behavior with proper guidance at an early stage of development.
A. A
B. B
C. C
D. D
E. E


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Spotting Error Quiz based on new pattern ( Correct Answer)

  1. E. No correction required
  2. B. ‘so far succeed in recovering’ is the correct use.
  3. C. ‘to go to’ is the correct use.
  4. D. ‘look down on’ is the correct use. “look down on” means ‘to consider someone or something as not important or of value’.
  5. C. ‘to make fun of’ is the correct use. “to make fun of” means ‘to ridicule someone or something’.
  6. D. ‘passed out’ is the correct use. “passed out” means “to become unconscious for a short time, for example when ill, badly hurt, or drunk”.
  7. B. ‘climb down’ is the correct use. “climb down” means “withdraw from a position taken up in argument or negotiation”.
  8. A. ‘get by’ is the correct use. “get by” means “manage with difficulty to live or accomplish something”.
  9. A. ‘coming through’ is the correct use. “coming through” means “if something such as a signal or a message comes through, you receive it”.
  10. D. grow out of’ is the correct use. “grow out of” means “become too mature to retain”.

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