English Error Spotting Exercises Answers IBPS Clerk Set 4

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English Error Spotting Exercises Answers IBPS Clerk - English Error Spotting Exercises plays a very important role in English language and they are equally important for competitive exam aspirants of many like IBPS Clerk  MAINS Prelims 2017.

Try to solve English Error Spotting Exercises Questions, important for Competitive Exams like IBPS Clerk PO, SSC, RRB, CAT, MAT, LIC AAO, GIC AO, UIIC AO, NICL AO, NIACL Assitant, SBI PO 2017 exam. We are going to share some New Pattern English Error Spotting Exercises questions with solution. Spotting Errors in English Sentences Questions is very important for SBI PO and IBPS PO Clerk. You may see 5 - 10 Questions on English Error Spotting Exercises in IBPS Clerk Examinations under English Section and in different competitive exams. However, most candidates don’t feel all that confident while attempting these questions. The reason behind it is clearly a major lack of understanding of English grammar. So try to Practice this spotting errors english sentences ibps clerk.

English Error Spotting Exercises Answers IBPS Clerk

1. The old man told (A) / his son that (B) / there was no such thing (C) / for luck (D). No error (E)

1. (D) Substitute ‘for’ by ‘as’. ‘Such’ is generally followed by ‘as’.

2. Bacteria is (A) / probably the most (B) / common form (C) / of life on earth (D). No error (E)

2. (A) Change ‘Bacteria’ to ‘Bacterium’, since the singular form of ‘Bacteria’ is ‘Bacterium’.

3. Different (A) / authorities defines (B) / intelligence in (C) / different ways (D). No error (E)

3. (B) Change ‘defines’ to ‘define’ to make it plural in order to get it to agree with the plural subject ‘authorities’.

4. The classical (A) / systems of dance has (B) / many features (C) / in common (D). No error (E)

4. (B) Change ‘has’ to ‘have’ to make it plural in order to get it to agree with the plural subject ‘systems’.

5. Everyone of the students (A) / has brought (B) / his (C) / identity card (D). No error (E)

5. (A) Where the number is limited or is implied to be limited ‘each one’ will be a better usage than ‘everyone’.

6. On Friday evening (A) / Mamta and me (B) / took a coach (C) / for Patna and arrived at Jamal’s house (D). No error (E)

6. (B) Substitute ‘me’ by ‘I’. Objective form of pronoun should not be used for one functioning as subject.

7. The conference was (A) / attended (B) / by more than (C) / one hundred delegates (D). No error (E)

7. (E) The sentence is correct.

8. There are (A) / no conducted tours (B) / for tourist to visit all the (C) / important places (D). No error (E)

8. (D) Change ‘tourist’ to ‘tourists’.

9. He neglects (A) / attending lecutres (B) / regularly (C) / though college is only a few yards away from his house (D). No error (E)

9. (D) Put ‘the’ before ‘college’, since ‘college’ here has been particularized.

10. If you saw (A) / the amount of Samosas (B) / he consumed at breakfast this morning, (C) / you would understand why he is so over-weight (D). No error (E)
(B) Replace ‘amount’ by ‘number’.