Error Finding In English Sentences SBI Clerk Set 10

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English Error Finding Sentences SBI Clerk Junior Associate - English Error Finding Sentences SBI Clerk Junior Associate 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.

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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 English Error Finding Sentences SBI Clerk Junior Associate.

English Error Finding Sentences SBI Clerk Junior Associate

1. He didn’t do anything; (A)/ he fed himself (B)/ on the (C)/ labours of others (D). No error (E)

1. (C) Delete ‘himself’ after ‘fed’. Verbs such as ‘feed’, ‘hide’, ‘bathe’, ‘turn’, ‘keep’ etc. are not followed by reflexive pronoun.

2. I have already (A)/ expressed my desire (B)/ that between you and I (C)/ there should be no formality (D). No error (E)

2. (C) Change ‘I’ to ‘me’. ‘Between’, and for that matter all prepositions are normally followed by pronoun in objective form.

3. There were (A)/ ten women passengers in (B)/ the cabin; they all quarrelled with each other (C)/ over sitting space (D). No error (E)

3. (C) Change ‘each other’ to ‘one another’. ‘Each other’ is used in reference to two; in reference to more than two ‘one another’ is used.

4. Latesh, the proprietor (A)/ and the manager (B)/ of the firm, was (C)/ deeply loved by his employees, particularly by his women employees to the point of infatuation (D). No error (E)

4. (B) Delete ‘the’ before ‘manager’. When two singular subjects refer to the same person, only the first should be preceded by article.

5. I do not (A)/ really like such persons (B)/ who say something (C)/ and practise something totally different from what they say (D). No error (E)

5. (B) Substitute ‘who’ by ‘as’. ‘Such is followed by relative pronoun ‘as’ instead of by ‘who’.

6. Both the (A)/ Vice-Principal and Head of the (B)/ Department of Chemistry (C)/ are on leave (D). No error (E)

6. (B) Put ‘the’ before ‘Head of the Department’. When two subjects refer to two different persons, article should be used before each one of them.

7. This question (A)/ has (B)/ given me (C)/ lot of trouble (D). No error (E)

7. (D) Put ‘a’ before ‘lot’.

8. He used (A)/ very inaccurate (B)/ language for (C)/ he knew no better (D). No error (E)

8. (B) Put ‘a’ before ‘very’.

9. Early to bed (A)/ and early to rise, (B)/ make a man (C)/ healthy, wealthy and wise (D). No error (E)

9. (C) Change ‘make’ to ‘makes’. When two subjects are intended to express jointly a single idea or a single whole, the verb is singular.

10. The ideals (A)/ of a man (B)/ and boy (C)/ are not identical (D). No error (E)

10. (C) Put ‘those of a’ before ‘boy’. If two different subjects are intended by the same word we should not have one of them left out and implied.