English Spotting Errors Questions – New Pattern Day-16

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English Spotting Errors Questions – New Pattern Day-16

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

1)Two days after Id, representatives (a)/ from two rival families had been (b)/ to travel 12 km to the Mataund (c)/ police station to agree on a “compromise.” (d)

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

2)Muslim, its residents elect the lone Brahmin inhabitant, (a)/ Shiv Dayal Pandit, as the pradhan (b)/ for over three decades not just because (c)/ of his goodwill but also so that he may (d)/ not have to leave the village out of insecurity. (e)

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

3)The fact that Daddu Prasad, who was village (a)/ development minister in the BSP government of 2012-17, (b)/ hailed from Goyara Mugali, seems to (c)/ have doing nothing to alter its fortune. (d)

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

4)Cities in India were governed by multiple (a)/ organisations and authorities which have (b)/ their own jurisdictions; thus Indian (c)/ cities are characterised by multiple boundaries. (d)

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

5)The governing authorities in a city include (a)/ urban local bodies (ULB) with the primary functions (b)/ on service delivery, planning (c)/ for socio-economic development and regulation of development. (d)

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

6)Large cities also have development authorities, (a)/ urban development authorities or (b)/ improvement trusts responsible for (c)/ planning and development that divides cities (d)/ into various planning zones. (e)

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

7)Since planning aims at achieving a shared vision, (a)/ the different spatial entities of the (b)/ city formed by non-coterminous (c)/ boundaries deter effectively planning and good governance. (d)

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

8)India’s capital, the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) (a)/ bordered by Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh cover  (b)/ an area of 1,484 sq.km and has (c)/ a population of 16.7 million as per Census 2011. (d)

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

9)Similarly, the Singapore Police Force (a)/ constituted the jurisdiction of his neighbourhood (b)/ police centres based on these (c)/ planning regions, which replaced the then (d)/ existing seven land divisions. (e)

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

10)As for the administrative and electoral divisions, (a)/ in 2001, the earlier nine districts were (b)/ replaced with five districts corresponding (c)/ at the urban planning regions of the URA. (d)

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

 

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