English Spotting Errors Quiz for Bank Exams Set 8

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Spotting Errors in English sentences for IBPS PO Clerk - English Spotting Errors Quiz 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 Spotting Errors Quiz for IBPS Clerk 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. You may see 5 - 10 Questions on English error correction exercises answers 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 in Spotting Errors in English sentences for IBPS Clerk.

English Spotting Errors Quiz for Bank Exams

1. Either Neenu or Meenu (A)/ are in the wrong; (B)/ both can (C)/ certainly never be (D). No error (E)

1. (B) Change ‘are’ to ‘is’. When two or more than two subjects are joined by ‘either…or’, ‘Neither…nor’, the verb agrees with the subject nearest to it.

2. In an economic sense (A)/ Japan has become one of (B)/ our (C)/ closest partner (D). No error (E)

2. (D) Change ‘partner’ to ‘partners’.

3. The establishment of the Third Reich (A)/ influenced events in American history (B)/ by starting a chain of events (C)/ who culminated in war between Germany and the U.S.A (D). No error (E)

3. (D) Change ‘who’ to ‘which’. ‘who’ is used for human beings. For events and things ‘which’ is used.

4. A weather (A)/ map is (B)/ an important tool (C)/ for geographers. (D) No error (E)

4. (E) The sentence is correct.

5. One of the (A)/ youngest independent country (B)/ in the western Hamisphere (C)/, Trinidad and Tobago, became a nation on August 31, 1962 (D). No error (E)

5. (B) Change ‘country’ to ‘countries’.

6. The usual form of (A)/ mercury thermometer is used (B)/ for temperatures ranging (C)/ from 40°F to 500°F (D). No error (E)

6. (A) Substitute ‘usual’ by ‘ordinary’.

7. History of mammals (A)/ dates back (B)/ at least to (C)/ Triassic time (D). No error (E)

7. (A) Put ‘the’ before ‘history’, since ‘history’ here has been particularized referring to ‘the history’ of mammals.

8. The oceans attain (A)/ their greatest depths (B)/ not in their central parts (C)/ but in certain elongated furrows (D). No error

8. (E) The sentence is correct.

9. Everyone of the opposition members (A)/ were (B)/ present in the central hall (C)/ of Parliament (D). No error (E)

9. (B) Change ‘were’ to ‘was’. ‘Everyone’ is singular and hence is followed by a singular verb.

10. He appreciates you (A)/ helping him (B)/ to do the sums, but he is sorry (C)/ that he cannot repay you for the same (D). No error (E)

10. (A) Change ‘you’ to ‘your’. If a pronoun precedes a gerund, it must normally be possessive.