Directions (1-10) :Read each sentence to find out whether ere is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (e). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)
1.Some of the world (a)/ largest water bodies are (b)/ drying up thus threatening (c)/ the livelihoods of millions (d)/ No error (e) .
2.Among the many (a)/ challenges facing the country (b)/ in the next decade (c)/ is poverty and unemployment (d)/ No error (e) .
3.According to economists (a)/ not more than five per cent (b)/ of education loans taken (c)/ by students are overdue (d)/ No error (e) .
4.The two candidates share (a)/ a reputation for (b)/ competency as well as (c)/ for good communication skills (d)/ No error (e) .
5.His main qualification (a)/ on the job is (b)/ his extensive experience (c)/ in foreign branches (d)/ No error (e) .
6.A representative from the (a)/ Reserve Bank will provide students an (b)/ insight into the (c)/ economic future of our country (d)/ No error (e) .
7.As one of the leader (a)/ insurance companies in (b)/ India they offer (c)/ comprehensive financial services (d)/ No error (e) .
8.There is a rumor that (a)/ this multinational company will (b)/ set up its regional headquarters (c)/ in India at short (d)/ No error (e) .
9.Despite taking steps to (a)/ encourage foreign investment (b)/ there has been any (c)/ substantial improvement in our economy (d)/ No error (e) .
10.We had made every effort (a)/ to ensure that a (b)/ compromise is reached and (c)/ that the deal was signed (d)/ No error (e).