English Spotting Errors Questions – New Pattern Day-20

English Spotting Errors Questions – New Pattern Day-20:

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English Spotting Errors Questions – New Pattern Day-20

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

1)During the last three years, Israel has (a)/ already set up 15 centres of excellence (b)/ for introducing improved practices, (c)/ particular in horticulture and agro-processing. (d)

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

 

2)In his first campaign for prime ministership in 1996, (a)/ Mr. Netanyahu honed his election style with help (b)/ from Arthur Finkelstein, an American consultant who has been (c)/ campaign adviser to Republicans like Jesse Helms, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. (d)

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

 

3) Sharp attacks on opponents, calls for making (a)/ ‘peace’ safe, a demilitarised Palestinian state even as (b)/ he pushed ahead with Jewish settlements, and polarising sound bites have (c)/ now become Mr. Netanyahu’s trademarks as he has led (d)/ three successive coalition governments from 2009. (e)

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

 

4)Ever since the Mahagathbandhan (grand alliance) of the Janata Dal (United), (a)/ the Rashtriya Janata Dal and the Congress defeated an ascendant (b)/ Bharatiya Janata Party in the Bihar elections of 2015, the belief has been (c)/ that the opposition’s efforts to regroup at (d)/ the national level will coalesce across these parties. (e)

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

 

5)So, when Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar broke ranks and (a)/ committed the JD(U)’s support to the BJP’s presidential nominee, (b)/ Ram Nath Kovind, it came as a setback for the (c)/ entire opposition. Mr. Kovind was the Governor of Bihar till June, and Mr. Kumar (d)/ called the support a one-off move on account at goodwill for him. (e)

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

 

6)Nonetheless, he went on to castigate (a)/ the Congress for being not able to come up (b)/ with a coherent alternative to that (c)/ of the BJP’s agenda, saying a “reactive narrative” (d)/ would not enable opposition unity. (e)

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

 

7)Till then, the opposition parties had been unable (a)/ to agree on a candidate due to either a lack of consensus (b)/ and an inability to set a proactive agenda against (c)/ the BJP, which seemed to be shaping (d)/ the contours of the political discourse with ease. (e)

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

 

8)But other opposition parties have reason to doubt (a)/ whether Mr. Kumar was indeed speaking out of (b)/ a genuine concern for building a strong opposition to the BJP, or working on (c)/ an exit strategy from the opposition camp so that he could ally (d)/ with the BJP under time for the 2020 Assembly polls, if not the 2019 Lok Sabha poll. (e)

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

 

9)This is especially so in the context of the (a)/ family of RJD chief Lalu Prasad, whom is himself out on (b)/ bail in a corruption case, coming under (c)/ intense pressure from the Central Bureau of Investigation (d)/ in recent weeks for alleged irregularities. (e)

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

 

10)Mr. Kumar had built his initial support base on (a)/ an anti-corruption platform directed primary  (b)/ at Mr. Prasad, and a break in ties with (c)/ the RJD would perhaps not be as much of (d)/ a surprise as his decision to ally with that party was. (e)

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

 

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