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: In each of the following questions there are three parts a, b, and c, among which one part is erroneous. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and mark ‘d’ if no error is found. Ignore punctuation errors.
    What is needed is (a)/ proper guidelines to build a (b)/ framework for development (c).

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  • Q2. Direction: In each of the following questions there are three parts a, b, and c, among which one part is erroneous. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and mark ‘d’ if no error is found. Ignore punctuation errors.
    She is amongst those people (a)/ who never accepts (b)/ their mistake (d).

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  • Q3. Direction: In each of the following questions there are three parts a, b, and c, among which one part is erroneous. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and mark ‘d’ if no error is found. Ignore punctuation errors.
    The Indian Armed Force (a)/ consists of the Indian Army, Indian Navy,(b)/ Indian Air Force and Indian Coast Guard (c).

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  • Q4. Direction: In each of the following questions there are three parts a, b, and c, among which one part is erroneous. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and mark ‘d’ if no error is found. Ignore punctuation errors.
    His colony comprises of seven blocks (a)/ and thirty flats in an (b)/ area of about hundred yards (c).

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  • Q5. Direction: In each of the following questions there are three parts a, b, and c, among which one part is erroneous. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and mark ‘d’ if no error is found. Ignore punctuation errors.
    The road to (a)/ famous pilgrimage passes (b)/ through a mountain (c).

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  • Q6.Direction: In the following question there are four parts a, b, c and d, among which one part is erroneous. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and mark ‘e’ if no error is found. Ignore punctuation errors.
    I and You (a)/ are going (b)/ to participate (c)/ in the event (d).

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  • Q7.Direction: In the following question there are four parts a, b, c and d, among which one part is erroneous. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and mark ‘e’ if no error is found. Ignore punctuation errors.
    This product is (a)/ not available (b)/ in any of the (c)/ store in the city (d).

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  • Q8.Direction: In the following question there are four parts a, b, c and d, among which one part is erroneous. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and mark ‘e’ if no error is found. Ignore punctuation errors.
    I requested (a)/ him to (b)/ come and swimming (c)/ with me (d).

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  • Q9.Direction: In the following question there are four parts a, b, c and d, among which one part is erroneous. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and mark ‘e’ if no error is found. Ignore punctuation errors.
    Ever since (a)/ the government announced (b)/ its new plans, the private sector (c)/ had run into heavy weather (d).

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  • Q10.Direction: In the following question there are four parts a, b, c and d, among which one part is erroneous. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and mark ‘e’ if no error is found. Ignore punctuation errors.
    She has started (a)/ to learning Mathematics (b)/ through a (c)/ correspondence course (d).

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