# Recent questions tagged error-spotting

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Choose the most appropriate option. Each sentence has been divided into three parts, indicated by $A$, $B$ and $C$. Read each sentence to find out, if there is an error. If you find an error in any of the parts $(A, B$ or $C)$, indicate your response. If a sentence has no ... $\underset{(C)}{\underline{\text{the arrival of the chief guest. /}}}$ $\underset{(D)}{\underline{\text{No error. /}}}$
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Choose the most appropriate option. Each sentence has been divided into three parts, indicated by $A$, $B$ and $C$. Read each sentence to find out, if there is an error. If you find an error in any of the parts $(A, B$ or $C)$, indicate your response. If a sentence has no error, ... $\underset{(C)}{\underline{\text{to do it/}}}$ $\underset{(D)}{\underline{\text{No error/}}}$
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Choose the most appropriate option. Each sentence has been divided into three parts, indicated by $A$, $B$ and $C$. Read each sentence to find out, if there is an error. If you find an error in any of the parts $(A, B$ or $C)$, indicate your response. If a sentence has ... $\underset{(C)}{\underline{\text{keep up their pace.}}}$ $\underset{(D)}{\underline{\text{No error.}}}$
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Choose the most appropriate option. Each sentence has been divided into three parts, indicated by $A$, $B$ and $C$. Read each sentence to find out, if there is an error. If you find an error in any of the parts $(A, B$ or $C)$, indicate your response. If a sentence has no ... $\underset{(C)}{\underline{\text{that I won prize.}}}$ $\underset{(D)}{\underline{\text{No error.}}}$
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Some of the sentences have errors and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error, and the appropriate letter (A),(B),(C) is your answer. If there is no error, (D) is the answer. ... $\underset{(D)}{\underline{\text{No error}}}$
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Some of the sentences have errors and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error, and the appropriate letter (A),(B),(C) is your answer. If there is no error, (D) is the answer. $\underset{(A)}{\underline{\text{Not only the bandits robbed/}}}$ ... $\underset{(C)}{\underline{\text{but also wounded him grievously./}}}$ $\underset{(D)}{\underline{\text{No error}}}$
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Some of the sentences have errors and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error, and the appropriate letter (A),(B),(C) is your answer. If there is no error, (D) is the answer. ... $\underset{(D)}{\underline{\text{No error}}}$
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Some of the sentences have errors and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error, and the appropriate letter (A),(B),(C) is your answer. If there is no error, (D) is the answer. ... $\underset{(C)}{\underline{\text{what he has said./}}}$ $\underset{(D)}{\underline{\text{No error}}}$
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Some of the sentences have errors and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error, and the appropriate letter (A),(B),(C) is your answer. If there is no error, (D) is the answer. $\underset{(A)}{\underline{\text{Frozen foods are so popular today /}}}$ ... $\underset{(C)}{\underline{\text{how they ever lived without them./}}}$ $\underset{(D)}{\underline{\text{No error}}}$
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Given below are sentences, each using the question word different ways. Identify the sentence which uses the question word in a grammatically incorrect manner. Happen Accept it, mistakes will happen It happened on a system that worked I promise nothing will happen to you If so happens I’m going your way
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In the following question, four different sentences are given. Choose the option that contains the grammatically incorrect sentence/s. He is feeling that this relocation is nothing but the kick upstairs. Consensus is now emerging at our state and national levels. A more and more rigorous circle is ... unlikely to escape. It happened up on a system that worked. I, IV I, II, III I, III, IV I, III
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The question given below consists of a sentence which is divided into four parts, numbered (A) through (D). Only one part in the sentence is not acceptable in standard written English. Identify that part in the sentences which contains the error. Her acceptance of speech Was well received Eliciting thunderous applause At several points
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Given below are sentences, each using the question word different ways. Identify the sentence which uses the question word in a grammatically incorrect manner. Gut The fire gutted the building The prisoner’s letters were gutted by heavy cencorship The famous stars spills his guts in his autobiography Climbing that cliff takes a lot of guts
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Each question gives a sentence with a part of the sentence underlined that may contain an error.Four alternative substitutes are given for the underlined portion. Identify the choice that replaces the underlined part to form a logically and grammatically correct statement and mark its number ... Who do not seem to realize what their own country is and how much there is in it to see and learn from
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Each question gives a sentence with a part of the sentence underlined that may contain an error. Four alternative substitutes are given for the underlined portion. Identify the choice that replaces the underlined part to form a logically and grammatically ... that whose commitment to eradicating the ideology of domination which but that a commitment for eradicating the ideology of domination that
Identify the incorrect sentence or sentences Last Sunday, Archana had nothing to do. After waking up, she lay on bed thinking what to do. At $11$'o clock she took shower and got ready. She spent most of the day shopping B and C C A and B B, C, and D