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Direction (1-15): In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select ‘No Error’.
Q1. My mother (A)/ returned back to (B)/ Delhi yesterday. (C)/ No error (D)
Remove ‘back’ after ‘returned’.
Return: come or go back to a place or person.
Hence usage of ‘back’ with ‘return’ is superfluous and needs to be removed.
Q2. Our summer vacation is (A)/ between 10th May (B)/ to 10th June (C)/ No error (D)
Replace ‘to’ with ‘and’. Correct conjunction pair is ‘between….and’
Q3. Please note that you will be eligible for (A)/ the voucher only if you (B)/ had received this email. (C)/ No Error (D)
Replace ‘had received’ with ‘receive’. Simple future Tense +……….if + Subject + Present Indefinite Tense.
Q4. We know it is an extra early start to (A)/ your day, but we are certain (B)/ you too would like to contribute towards this. (C)/ No Error (D)
Q5. A lot of efforts may (A)/ fell like they (B)/ are going unnoticed. (C)/ No Error (D)
Replace ‘fell’ with ‘fall’.
‘Subject + Modal + Base form of Verb’ rule follows here.
Q6. Intrigued by this (A)/ problem, I began search (B)/ for a solution. (C)/ No Error (D)
Replace ‘search’ with ‘searching’ or ‘to search’ as ‘begin’ is followed by either an infinitive (to + V1) or a gerund (V1 +ing).
Q7. We will not want our kids (A)/ to be influenced by (B)/ such TV serials. (C)/ No Error (D)
Q8. Many were alarmed by the possibility for (A)/surveillance and monitoring of personal computers (b)/ that this rule throws off. (C)/ No Error (D)
Replace ‘throw off’ with ‘throw up’
Throw off (phrasal verb): introduce errors or inaccuracies; to skew
Throw up (phrasal verb): to produce something new or unexpected; cause something new to exist.
Q9. While the exercise to regulate online content is necessary, (A)/ it is important that while framing such rules, a balance is struck between (B)/ legitimate public interest or individual rights. (C)/ No Error (D)
Replace ‘or’ with ‘and’. As there are two subjects ‘public interest’ and ‘individual rights’ to deal with, correct conjunction pair should be ‘between….and’
Q10. Statutory norms relating to data protection are seen as essential (A)/to protect citizens from any breach of their information privacy; but (B)/ attempts to regulate online content are seen with suspicion.(C)/ No Error (D)
Replace noun ‘information’ with adjective ‘informational’ to qualify the noun ‘privacy’.
Informational (adjective): relating to or characterized by facts about something; providing information
Q11. Forgiveness can play a reparative role (A)/ provided it is seen as complementary (B)/ to justice, not a substitute in it.(C)/ No Error
Replace preposition ‘in’ with ‘for’. ‘Substitute’ takes ‘for’ with it.
Q12. What is more worrying is that many who are spewing venom on the actor (A)/ have no clue about his contributions; they are simply buying into (B)/ the bigotry on social media and castigating on him.(C)/ No Error (D)
Remove ‘on’ after ‘castigating’.
Castigate (verb): to criticize someone or something severely.
Redundant usage of ‘on’ after ‘castigate’ is wrong.
Q13. The Railways must identify hazard spots (A)/ for train movement in heavily built-up areas (B)/ and prevent trespass by barricading them. (C)/ No Error
Q14. Instead of saying we don’t understand what’s going on, (A)/ or where we went wrong as individuals and a society, (B)/ the ‘adult’ thing to do is maintain equanimity. (C)/ No Error (D)
Add ‘to’ before ‘maintain’.
Q15. The Indian Penal Code Of 1860 is a rich and detailed document, (A)/ listing a wide varieties of crimes that the natives (B)/ of that time were prone to commit.(C)/ No Error (D)
Replace ‘varieties’ with ‘variety’.