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Spotting Errors in Sentence
Directions: In each of the questions, find out which part of the sentence has an error.


1. Although we arb free (a) / for the last forty five years or so, (b) / yet we continue to be economically backwar& (c) /No error (d)


2. On hearing the news over the radio that (a) / India has won the hockey match, (b) / I jumped with Joy (c) / No error (d)


3. No stronger (a) / a figure than his (b) / is prescribed in the history. (c) / No error (d)


4. Bacteria is probably (a) / the mos~ common form (b) / of life on earth. (c) No error (d)


5. How long (a) / were you (b) learning English for? (c) /No error (d)



6. It is not easy for anyone to command (a) / respect from both one's ftiends as well as critics (b) / as Dr. Johnson did for his integrity and honesty. (c) /No error (d)


7. I found it dificult (a) / to remove (b) / the chewing gum that (c) / stuck with my cap. (d) / No error (e)


8. As soon as he (a) / saw his mother (b) / he ran to her (c) / and embraced. (d) / No error (e)


9. It was a year of series of (a) / boundary situations forcing a thinking individual (b) / to face the absurdities and ambiguities (c) / of the human condition. (d) /No error (e).


10. Work hard (a) / lest you will (b) / fail. (c) /No error (d)


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5. Ordering of Words in a Sentence - Test-05
6. Ordering of Sentences - Test-01
7. Ordering of Sentences - Test-02
8. Ordering of Sentences - Test-03
9. Ordering of Sentences - Test-04
10. Ordering of Sentences - Test-05
11. Ordering of Sentences - Test-06
12. Sentence Completion - Test-01
13. Sentence Completion - Test-02
14. Sentence Completion - Test-03
15. Sentence Completion - Test-04
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