Friday, 17 May 2013


1.       I saw him (a) / a couple of times (b)/ since May (c)/ No error (d)

2.       Tea (a) /which I am drinking (b)/ is hot (c) /No error (d)

3.       Although the police officer sympathized with poor (a)/ he refused to (b) / take an action against the rich man (c) / No error (d)

4.       We were looking forward (a)/ to hear news (b)/ about the missing fisherman (c)/ No error (d).

5.       The actress (a) / was shocked (b) / by the news of her dog’s death (c) / No error (d).

6.       One of the questions (a) / he asked me was (b)/ “Who did you travel with?” (c)/ No error (d)

7.       I know (a)/ a doctor (b) / you are referring to (c) / No error (d).

8.        the introduction of job – oriented courses (a / in the self – financing colleges (b) / attract many students (c) / No error (d)

9.       It is better (a)/ to keep one’s head in the face of danger than (b) / losing one’s courage (c) / No error(d).

10.   The short story (a) / should not exceed (b) / more than two hundred words (c) / No error (d)

1.       (a) : Change saw into have seen present perfect + since + unit of time.

2.       (a) Insert the before Tea. A definite article the is required before a relative pronoun which, who etc..

3.       (c) : “An” is superfluous before action. Indefinite article is not used before action.

4.       (b): Change to hear into to hearing looking forward means to see in future. to + gerund is used. It should be to hearing the news.

5.       (c): Change by into at. Shocked is followed by preposition at.

6.       (c) : Change who into whom. Objective pronoun of who will be used.

7.       (b) : Change a into the . Definite article is required before a known noun, referring shows a known.

8.       (c): Change attract into attracts. The subject The introduction is singular. It requires a singular verb.

9.       (c): it should be to lose both side of adjective same preposition is used.

10.   (c) More than is not used after exceed.


Anonymous said...

Nice post

Anonymous said...

In 6th question"Shocked is followed by preposition at "why this rule is not followed in the 1st question.

Anonymous said...

thank youfor explanation ...
you are rock sir ( you really do work hard)

Anonymous said...

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p.k.pradhan said...

But what is the explanation for that question

Jitesh said...

Then what is wrong in this.If this is wrong then why do u see this. They are doing their duty diligently like you work hard for your selection.

Anonymous said...

Really good questions...thanks a lot :)

Anonymous said...

thanks a lot

kapil said...

nice work u r doing......

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