English Error Spotting with Detailed Explanation – IBPS, SSC Exam (Day-36)

English Error Spotting with Detailed Explanation – IBPS, SSC Exams (Day-36):

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English Error Spotting with Detailed Explanation

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 (Directions 1-10): In the given question, there is a sentence given which is divided into five parts labeled as A, B, C, D and E. There will be grammatical errors in any two parts of the sentence. From the options, choose the pair which contains errors.

  1. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been (A)/ prodding banks to cut interest (B)/ rates of existing customers (C)/ so lenders mostly limit their interest (D)/ rate cuts to new customers. (E)
  1. BC
  2. CD
  3. AC
  4. BD
  5. CE
  1. Cement demand has remained subdued since quite some time (A)/ now, adversely impacted by factors including continued sand shortage and (B)/ labour unavailability in certain pocket of the country, (C)/ implementation of the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) legislation (D)/ that resulted in construction activity slowing down and extended monsoons. (E)
  1. AB
  2. BC
  3. DE
  4. AC
  5. AD
  1. India’s criminal justice system has an acute backlog (A)/ crisis, and data on pending investigation (B)/ and trials published recently in the National Crime Records (C)/ Bureau (NCRB) shows that this crisis (D)/ is becoming more severe with each passing year. (E)
  1. BC
  2. BD
  3. AC
  4. CD
  5. BE
  1. Placing Moller along the stalwarts (A)/ of Indian classical music, (B)/ a rarity for Tansen Samaroh, may have (C)/ surprised a few, but not them (D)/ who have seen him play. (E)
  1. BC
  2. AE
  3. AC
  4. DE
  5. AD 
  1. Literally meaning “I leave it up to you” or “I entrust to you”, (A)/ the concept of Omakase find its roots in Japan where one (B)/ would typically enter a sushi restaurant, be seated at the counter (C)/ in front of the chef and allow the chef to prepare (D)/ a meal from the freshest ingredients he had that day. (E)
  1. BD
  2. BC
  3. AE
  4. BE
  5. All correct
  1. In recent years a combination of environmental concerns, (A)/ and controls on overfishing have seen Portuguese (B)/ cod fisheries decline once again but that has (C)/ done nothing to temper the insatiable (D)/ local demand for the delicacy. (E)
  1. BC
  2. AD
  3. BD
  4. AC
  5. All correct
  1. Much importantly, in a country like India (A)/ which houses a large population across several (B)/ administrative zones, e-governance solutions (C)/ are a great approach to ensuring quick and (D)/ hassle-free services for essential requirements. (E)
  1. AB
  2. AC
  3. AD
  4. AE
  5. BD
  1. The overshooting of a full-year (A)/ fiscal deficit target by the end (B)/ of November 2017 has set the (C)/ cat between the pigeons, (D)/ drawing blood in the bond markets. (E)
  1. BC
  2. AD
  3. BD
  4. AC
  5. All correct
  1. Given the nature of relations between a hero and a fan, (A)/ there is a credible fear that Mr. Rajinikanth’s presence might result (B)/ in those backing him losing their political instincts and (C)/ remaining blind followers with little concern (D)/ even for the preservation of their right. (E)
  1. BD
  2. AE
  3. BC
  4. BE
  5. AC
  1. Secularism has been a intrinsic part of Indian tradition (A)/ since ancient times – unlike the Western idea of secularism which demands a complete (B)/ separation of religious and state, our Constitution (C)/ has adopted a broader version of secularism (D)/ wherein the state treats all religions with equal respect. (E)
  1. AE
  2. AB
  3. BD
  4. AD
  5. AC

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