5 Jun 2017

Memory Based Error Spotting Questions Asked in SBI PO Mains Exam Held on 4th June 2017

Memory Based Error Spotting Questions Asked in SBI PO Mains Exam Held on 4th June 2017

Memory Based Error Spotting Questions Asked in SBI PO Mains Exam Held on 4th June 2017:
Dear Readers, Here we have given the Memory Based Error Spotting Questions asked in SBI PO Mains Examination which was held on 4th June 2017. Candidates can make use of it. In upcoming days we will provide more memory based questions, kindly stay with us.


Direction (1-5): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in the three parts 1), 2) and 3). The error can be grammatical/spelling/phrase not appropriate in the given sentence. The following options A, B and C will be parts of sentences and that may or may not with error. If there is any error in the part(s) of the given sentence, choose the sentence/sentences among A, B and C which is without error, and mark that as your answer and if there is no error in the given parts of the sentence, mark (e) as your answer.

1). The government is preparing to evacuate a (1)/ large number of Indian worker facing an uncertain future (2) /in Saudi Arabia following widespread layouts (3).
A) The government will be preparing to evacuate a
B) large number of Indian workers facing an uncertain future
C) in Saudi Arabia by following widespread layouts.
a) Only A
b) Only B
c) Both A & B
d) All A, B & C
e) No correction required

2). The abundance of fish appearing at many locations (1)/ along the coastal sea used to be
a matter of delight (2)/ among the fishermen for many decades (3).
A) An abundance of fish appearing in many locations
B) along with the coastal sea used to a matter of delight
C) among the fisherman for more decades.
a) Only C
b) Only B
c) Both A & C
d) Both B & C
e) No correction required

3). For all citizens in this world who believe in (1)/  basic humanity, the time has come to (2)/  demand urgent and immediate intervention (3).
A) For all citizens of the world who believe in
B) basic humanity and the time will come to
C) demand urgent in the immediate intervention.
a) Only A
b) Only B
c) Both B & C
d) All A, B & C
e) No correction required

4). Witnessed the young soldier’s ability to repeatedly hit 1)/ bull’s eye in arms training, instructors pushed him 2)/ to participate in the Army marksmanship competition 3).
A) Having witnessed the young soldier’s ability to repeatedly hit
B) bull’s eye at arms training, instructors pushed him
C) to participate at the Army marksmanship competition.
a) Only A
b) Only B
c) Both A & B
d) All A, B & C
e) No correction required

5). The report is candid in admitting (1)/ that the investment by the government (2)/ in health and family planning have been eroded considerably (3).
A) The report is candid to admit
B) that the investment for the government
C) in health and family planning has been eroded considerably.
a) Only A
b) All A, B & C
c) Both A & B
d) Only C
e) No correction required

6). A lot of travel delay is caused (1)/ due to the inefficiency and lack of goods management (2)/ on behalf of the railways (3).
A) A lot of delay in travel is caused
B) due to the lack in efficiency and goods management
C) on part of the railways.
a) Only C
b) All A, B & C
c) Both A & B
d) Only B
e) No correction required

7). The actual conduct of the test (1) / at each venue will be entrusted (2) / to the officer – in – charge who will be designated as test conductor (3).
A) The actual conduct for the test
B) in each venue would be entrusted
C) to the officer – in – charge who will be designated as test conductor.
a) Only A
b) Only B
c) Both B & C
d) All A, B & C
e) No correction required

8). In a report issued by Indian Statistical Institute, (1)/ the Iron and Steel Industry is investing more than any other (2)/ Indian industry in fighting pollution (3).
A) In a report issued for the Indian Statistical Institute,
B) the Iron and Steel Industry are investing more than any other
C) Indian industry on fighting pollution.
a) Only A
b) Only C
c) Both A & C
d) All A, B & C
e) No correction required

9). No sooner did I open the door (1) / when the rain, heavy and stormy, rushed in, (2) / making us shiver from head to foot (3).
A) No sooner as I opened the door
B) than the rain, heavy and stormy, rushed in,
C) makes us shiver from head to foot.
a) Only A
b) All A, B & C
c) Both A & B
d) Only B
e) No correction required

10). The most distressing trend in our times (1)/ is the growing gulf between the interests of the people (2)/ on the one hand, and those of the rulers on the second (3).
A) The most distressing trend of our times
B) is the growing gulf in the interests of the people
C) on the one hand, and those of the rulers on the other.
a) Only A
b) All A, B & C
c) Only C
d) Only B
e) No correction required

ANSWERS:
1). B; 2). E; 3). A; 4). C; 5). D; 6). A; 7). E; 8). B; 9). D; 10). C