English Error Detection and Correction Bank Exams Set 6

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English Error Detection and Correction for Bank Exams IBPS Clerk - English Error Detection and Correction for Bank Exams exercises answers plays a very important role in English language and they are equally important for competitive exam aspirants of many like SBI IBPS Clerk  MAINS Prelims 2017.

Try to solve English Error Detection and Correction for Bank Exams, 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 Spotting Errors in English Sentences exercises questions with solution. Spotting Errors in English Sentences exercises answers is very important for SBI PO and IBPS PO Clerk. 

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English Error Detection and Correction for Bank Exams

1. No girl (A)/ in her troupe is (B)/ so sprightly as (C)/ your daughter (D). No error (E)

1. (A) Put ‘other’ before ‘girl’ to exclude it from the other term of comparison ‘daughter’.

2. I used to visit (A)/ her and (B)/ I always wondered (C)/ why she had those dreadful pictures on the wall (D). No error (E)

2. (E) The sentence is correct.

3. India has had (A)/ many heroes; (B)/ but never one (C)/ who so entirely possessed the love of his countrymen as Gandhiji (D). No error (E)

3. (C) Put ‘the’ before ‘one’ since it is particularized in as much as it refers to a particular perosn ‘Gandhiji’.

4. The police asked (A)/ each of us (B)/ about our (C)/ movements on the night of the crime (D). No error (E)

4. (B) Change ‘each of us’ to ‘each one of us’.

5. The father (A)/ as well as the sons were (B)/ mysteriously missing (C)/ from the house (D). No error (E)

5. (B) Change ‘were’ to ‘was’, when two subjects are joined by ‘as well as’ the verb agrees with the first subject.

6. Everyone of the men (A)/ present here has (B)/ given a day’s salary (C)/ as his contribution to the fund (D). No error (E)

6. (B) Substitute ‘Everyone’ by ‘Each one’. ‘Each one’ is used in reference to persons whose number is limited or implied to be limited. ‘Every one’ is used in reference to an unlimited number of persons.

7. India is (A)/ one of the leading (B)/ film producing country (C)/ in the world (D). No error (E)

7. (C) Change ‘country’ to ‘countries’. The word ‘countries’ has not been used for ‘India’ but for countries which produce films and out of which India is one.

8. The bus was hired (A)/ by the ladies (B)/ for (C)/ its picnic (D). No error (E)

8. (D) Delete ‘its’ before ‘picnic’, since it is redundant here.

9. It was 7 O'clock (A)/ in the evening (B)/ when the train (C)/ steamed into the station (D). No error (E)

9. (E) The sentence is correct.

10. We have (A)/ carefully considered (B)/ the importance (C)/ of issues raised in the report (D). No error (E)

10. (E) The sentence is correct.