English Spotting Errors Questions – New Pattern Day-6

English Spotting Errors Questions – New Pattern Day-6:

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Practice English Questions BASED on NEW Pattern (Error Spot)

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Direction (Q 1-10) : Kindly find the errorless combination in the given sentences. 

1)The European Union (EU) last month (a)/  slapped a record $2.7 billion fine on  (b)/ search-engine giant Google for (c)/ abuse its position of dominance in the market. (d)

  1. abc
  2. bcd
  3. acd
  4. abd
  5. no error

2)All businesses enjoy control over how (a)/ they make use of its resources, (b)/  which in turn gives them the (c)/ opportunity to discriminate against rival products often. (d)

  1. abc
  2. bcd
  3. acd
  4. abd
  5. no error

3)The answer is ‘no’ for various reasons, (a)/   one, businesses often have a valid (b)/ economic reason to showcase (c)/ certain products most prominently than others. (d)

  1. abc
  2. bcd
  3. acd
  4. abd
  5. no error

4)Google, for instance, would lose (a)/ users to better search engines (b)/ if its search results simply (c)/ flaunt its own — but inferior (d)/ — products instead at meeting the demands of users. (e)

  1. abcd
  2. abce
  3. acde
  4. abde
  5. no error

5)In fact, Google in its defence has (a)/ said that user experience are the reason  (b)/ it lists products from ‘Google Shopping’ (c)/ at the top of its results page — (d)/ as they require fewer clicks from users. (e)

  1. abcd
  2. abce
  3. acde
  4. abde
  5. no error

6)Barriers to entry in the technology (a)/ market are usually low, (b)/ so all it took to challenge Google (c)/ is the ability to offer a (d)/ better product that consumers want. (e)

  1. abcd
  2. abce
  3. acde
  4. abde
  5. no error

7)They have been under pressure from (a)/  Google’s competitors, as  (b)/ well as protectionist politicians (c)/ which fear domination by American companies. (d)

  1. abc
  2. bcd
  3. acd
  4. abd
  5. no error

8)Terms such as ‘accuracy’, ‘fairness’, ‘authentic sources’, and ‘verification’, and (a)/ C.P. Scott’s dictum “Comment is free, (b)/ but facts are sacred” did possess a striking potential (c)/ to keeping journalism on the straight and narrow path. (d)

  1. abc
  2. bcd
  3. acd
  4. abd
  5. no error

9)However, the march of technology with (a)/ its myriad participatory platforms, (b)/ aided by people’s desire to believe (c)/ what it want to believe, has made (d)/  the task of a news ombudsman difficult. (e)

  1. abcd
  2. abce
  3. acde
  4. abde
  5. no error

10)While it is relatively easy to deal (a)/ with the rancour that flows from ideological positions, (b)/ it is an uphill task to addressed anxious questions from (c)/ concerned readers who struggle to (d)/ distinguish social media rumours from real news. (e)

  1. abcd
  2. abce
  3. acde
  4. abde
  5. no error

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