Practice English Questions BASED on NEW Pattern (Error Spot) Day-3

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Practice English Questions BASED on NEW Pattern (Error Spot) Day-3 :

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Practice English Questions BASED on NEW Pattern (Error Spot)

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

1) “Slowdown in Software Central: Indian-Americans in the Silicon Valley” (a)/  (Ground Zero, July 1, 2017) by Varghese K. George (b)/ in this newspaper was an in-depth (c)/ report on how automation threatens (d)/ to alter the dynamics for all times to coming. (e)

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

2) The report was about the generative adversarial (a)/  network (GAN), a type of artificial learning algorithm, (b)/ which is use to create (c)/ a fake clip without fiddling with editing or any other manipulations. (d)

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

3) We are already witnessing party spokesperson (a)/ fall prey to fake news (b)/ and displaying their ignorance during (c)/ prime time debates on our television channels. (d)

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

4) The Sunday Magazine story, “On the origin of specious news” (July 2), (a)/   profiled the fledgling (b)/ fact-checking Indian website, ‘Alt News’, (c)/ and brought in the multiple difficulties in (d)/ checking the authenticity of viral videos. (e)

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

5) Always in history there are those who are impelled, (a)/  by reasons they think sufficient, to ruin, (b)/ in so far as they can, what patient, (c)/ indefatigable warriors of civilization and culture has built up, (d)/ because they value other things and worship other gods. (e)

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

6) We need to acquire both the tenacity or (a)/ the competence to confront (b)/ the threat from artificial intelligence (c)/ to retain the space for journalism as a common good. (d)

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

7) Drawing on the experience of investigating Bofors, modern India’s defining corruption scandal, (a)/ he throws a spotlight on the intractability of corruption (b)/ — in its pervasiveness, omnipresence, and multifariousness — under the prevail circumstances in India, (c)/ which is to say that without making deep-going and radical changes (d)/ to India’s political economy it will not be possible to prevent and eliminate corruption. (e)

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

8) Gunnar Myrdal even came up with a ‘sketch’ (a)/ of a theory of corruption in South Asia (b)/ by offering some ‘reasonable, (c)/ though quite tentative’ questions to be (d)/ explored and hypotheses to be test. (e)

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

9) These questions and hypotheses attempted to (a)/ relating corruption in South Asian countries (b)/ to general socio-economic conditions, (c)/ to the stage of development, and especially (d)/ to institutional and attitudinal problems. (e)

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

10) But Myrdal’s sketch of a theory of corruption (a)/  in South Asia was ahistorical in one critical respect: (b)/ it failed to acknowledge the extent at which (c)/ the colonial power had participated (d)/ in and nurtured the corruption, and the conditions engendering corruption, that free India inherited. (e)

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

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