Quest for Clerk: English Quiz

Direction (Q.1-5): Read each sentence to find out whether there 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 5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

1. 1) A person moves to/ 2) the next higher level of/ 3) the hierarchy only when/ 4) the lowest need is satisfied./ 5) No error.

2. 1) When people feel that/ 2) they are not likely/ 3) to loose their jobs/ 4) they may become complacent./ 5) No error.

3. 1) A good leader allows not only his followers/ 2) to ventilate their feelings and disagreement/ 3) but also persuades them/ 4) by giving suitable clarifications./ 5) No error.

4. 1) Orientation means introducing the selected employee/ 2) to other employees and/ 3) familiarize him with the rules/ 4) and policies of the organisation./ 5) No error.

5. 1) In business, work can be performed/ 2) more efficiently so it/ 3) is divided into specialized task/ 4) each performed by a specialist./ 5) No error.

Directions (Q.6-10): In the following questions, a sentence has been given with some of its parts in bold. To make the sentence correct you have to replace the bold part with the correct alternative given below. If the sentence is correct as it is , give 5) (ie No correction required) as you answer.

6.The recent lion dispersal does not have more to do for the increase in predator density within the park.
1) more to do in 
2) much to do with
3) mere to do for 
4) anything in doing for 
5) NO correction required

7.Women activists are justifying euphoric about most of what the government has done on the Justice Verma report.
1) justified euphoria about
2) justifying euphoric from
3) justifiably euphoric about
4) euphoric just on 
5) No correction required

8.As far as my own opinion is related I stand for the abolition of death penalty.
1) confirmed 
2) confined
3) contained
4) concerned
5) No correction required

9.This was not the first occasion when the two head of state has met.
1) had met
2) had been met
3) would meet
4) would have met
5) No correction required

10.The episode has been followed by many more attacks, albeit of lesser savagery, in quite a few towns.
1) much more
2) many a
3) many many
4) maximum
5) No correction required

1.4 lowest into lower
2.3 loose into lose
3.1 not only use before allows
4.3 familiarise into familiarising
5.2 if in place of so 


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