Spotting the errors

Are you willing to enhance your verbal ability skills in order to crack any government competitive exam? If yes, then make sure to take these verbal ability quizzes based on questions from Spotting the errors. This will not only harness your skills but also save your time in your preparation for other sections as well. These quizzes are designed as per prevailing exam pattern and exam trends that will give you an overview of how to proceed in the main competitive entrance tests. So, what are you waiting for? Simply, take these quizzes and measure the level of your preparation now!

  • Q1.Direction: Each of the following sentences is divided in to four parts. Any of the parts may contain an error. Select the part that has an error. Select option (d), if you find no error in the sentence. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    She is very blind (a)/ to read (b)/ smallest of letters (c).

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  • Q2.Direction: Each of the following sentences is divided in to four parts. Any of the parts may contain an error. Select the part that has an error. Select option (d), if you find no error in the sentence. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    She can play (a)/ as good as she can write (b)/ with her left hand (c).

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  • Q3.Direction: Each of the following sentences is divided in to four parts. Any of the parts may contain an error. Select the part that has an error. Select option (d), if you find no error in the sentence. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    The bike flew off the road (a)/ and fell into the valley (b)/ because Amit was driving faster (c).

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  • Q4.Direction: Each of the following sentences is divided in to four parts. Any of the parts may contain an error. Select the part that has an error. Select option (d), if you find no error in the sentence. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    Mathematics and Accountancy (a)/ are more easier than (b)/ History and Geography (c).

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  • Q5.Direction: Each of the following sentences is divided in to four parts. Any of the parts may contain an error. Select the part that has an error. Select option (d), if you find no error in the sentence. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    The furious woman walked hurriedly (a)/ into the congested room (b)/ and shouted loud at the visitors (c).

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  • Q6.Direction: Each of the following sentences is divided in to four parts. Any of the parts may contain an error. Select the part that has an error. Select option (d), if you find no error in the sentence. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    A shudder ran to Anjali’s spine (a)/ when she recalled the accident (b)/ in which she was luckily saved (c).

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  • Q7.Direction: Each of the following sentences is divided in to four parts. Any of the parts may contain an error. Select the part that has an error. Select option (d), if you find no error in the sentence. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    The princess (a)/ came on the power (b)/ at a very young age (c).

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  • Q8.Direction: Each of the following sentences is divided in to four parts. Any of the parts may contain an error. Select the part that has an error. Select option (d), if you find no error in the sentence. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    Yesterday, Ravi came across with (a)/ one of his (b)/ old college friends (c).

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  • Q9.Direction: Each of the following sentences is divided in to four parts. Any of the parts may contain an error. Select the part that has an error. Select option (d), if you find no error in the sentence. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    She has been working on (a)/ the issue from a long time (b)/ but is still not able to solve it (c).

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  • Q10.Direction: Each of the following sentences is divided in to four parts. Any of the parts may contain an error. Select the part that has an error. Select option (d), if you find no error in the sentence. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    Those who are averse (a)/ with honesty generally (b)/ do not succeed in life (c).

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