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English Quiz 30 - Competitive Exams - Banking Exams

Find out the error. If any in the sentence given below. If there is no error, the answer is (e), i.e. no error. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any)

1.No matter how (a) / adverse the situation (b) / is you must not stop (c) / your study (d) / No error (e).


2.Having won the world cup (a) / for three times (b) / on the trot, Australia must (c), be in high spirits (d) / No error (e).


3.She will have finished (a) / two-third of the work (b) / by the next Monday for sure, so you can (c) /think of allotting another assignment to her (d) / No error (e).


4.She is good at English , (a) / so we can expect (b) / that she will get (c) / full mark in Grammar (d) / No error (e).


5.My mother does not like (a)/ those sort of guys (b) / even in the least. (c) / I cannot invite then (d)/ No error (e).


6. Man is a product (a)/ of the environment, so (b)/ we should keep (c) / our surrounding salubrious (d)/ No error (e).


7. The rich is getting (a)/ richer and richer (b)/ and the poor (c)/ are getting poorer (d)/No error (e).


8. The poor’s plight in India (a) / is very pathetic, (b)/ so we must do something (c) / to improve their condition (d)/ No error (e).


9. He has been (a)/ kind enough (b)/ to give five billion rupees (c)/ to a poor for their rehabilitation (d)/ No error (e).


10. The life of the rich (a)/ is not as peaceful and (b)/ pleasant as of the poor (c)/ in so many ways (d)/No error (e).

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