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Welcome to Online English Section with explanation inAffairsCloud.com. Here we are creating question sample in sentence correction, which is BASED ON IBPS PO/CLERK/LIC AAO/RRB & SSC CGL EXAM and other competitive exams.

Choose the correct sentence among following.

  1. 1) All your critical data is private but when you want a insurance policy you have to part with some data.
    2) All your critical data is private but when you wants an insurance policy you have to part with some data.
    3) All your critical data is private but when you want an insurance policy you have to part by some data.
    4) All your critical data is private but when you want an insurance policy you have to part with some data.
    5) No correction required.
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation: 1)Replace ‘a’ with ‘an’, Use AN before words such as “hour” which sound like they start with a vowel even if the first letter is a consonant. Also use AN before letters and numbers which sound like they begin with a vowel, such as “F” or “8”. Remember, it is the sound not the spelling which is important.
    2)Replace ‘wants’ with ‘want’,To form the Present Simple Tense we use the verb’s base form (go, work, speak, study). In 3rd person singular (he, she, it), the base form of the verb takes -s/es. (Auxiliary verbs “be,” “do,” “have”, which can also be used as main verbs, are exceptions.)
    3) Replace ‘by’ with ‘with’, Both by and with can be used to say how somebody does something, but there is an important difference.We use by when we say what we do to get a result.We use with when we say what we use to get a result.
    4) Option forth is grammatically correct.

  2. 1) One doesn’t need to be technologically savvy to enjoy one of these immersive experiences.
    2) It is also one of the most beautiful and eco-friendly flooring options available.
    3) They don’t need to worry about arranging for site visits to get a clear idea.
    4) This facilitates easy adoption and improved customer experiences.
    5) No correction required.
    Answer – 5)
    Explanation: No correction required.
    All Given sentences are grammatically correct hence; no correct required.

  3. 1)It is in everyone interest to overhaul the culture of the Railways to make safety an integral part of all decisions.
    2)It is in everyone’s interest to overhaul the culture of the Railways to makes safety an integral part of all decisions.
    3)It is in everyone’s interest to overhaul the culture of the Railways to make safety an integral part of all decisions.
    4)It is in everyone’s interest to overhaul the culture of the Railways to make safety an integral part of all decision.
    5) No correction required.
    Answer – 3)
    Explanation: 1) it should be ‘everyone’s’ instead of ‘everyone.Use the apostrophe to show possession. To show possession with a singular noun, add an apostrophe plus the letter s.
    2)Replace ‘makes’ with ‘make’, To form the Present Simple Tense we use the verb’s base form (go, work, speak, study). In 3rd person singular (he, she, it), the base form of the verb takes -s/es. (Auxiliary verbs “be,” “do,” “have”, which can also be used as main verbs, are exceptions.)
    3) Option third is grammatically correct.
    4) it should be ‘decisions’ instead of ‘decision’ .

  4. 1) Privacy is a part of individual liberty and no person shall be deprive of privacy without due process of law.
    2) Privacy is a part of individual liberty and no person shall be deprived of privacy without due process of law.
    3) Privacy is a part of individual liberty and no person shall be deprived of privacy without due processes of law.
    4) Privacy is a parts of individual liberty and no person shall be deprived of privacy without due process of law.
    5) No correction required.
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation: 1)Replace ‘deprive’ with ‘deprive’ , ‘deprive’ is verb while ‘deprived’ used as an adjective and adjective is a word naming an attribute of a noun.
    2) Option second is grammatically correct.
    3) It should be ‘process’ instead of ‘processes’.
    4) Replace ‘parts’ with ‘part’ Use “s” or “es” to show plurality in nouns.

  5. 1)The right to privacy implies that there is a core of human personality that must be free from intrusion.
    2)There is a protection to communication and manifest conduct, which must be free from State surveillance.
    3)A pressing need for such a law is magnified due to the immense commercial value of the data generated with everyday digital activity.
    4)A person have the right to determine what sort of information about them is collected, and how that information is used.
    5) No correction required.
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation: 1) Option first is grammatically correct.
    2) Replace ‘to’ with ‘for’, toexpressing motion in the direction of (a particular location) and approaching or reaching (a particular condition).
    3) Replace ‘by’ with ‘with’, Both by and with can be used to say how somebody does something, but there is an important difference.We use by when we say what we do to get a result.We use with when we say what we use to get a result.
    4) it should be ‘has’ for A person.

  6. 1) An important concern relates to the modernising of penal laws in many country that exist prior to the advent of computers.
    2) It is equally important forcustomise the integration approach depending on company size and whether it is a scale or scope deal.
    3) It is important to free police personnel from needless paper work and help their focus on their law and order and crime detection tasks.
    4) He is responsible for industrialization, manufacturing and export of commodities that take place in the outlying areas around the port.
    5) No correction required.
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation: 1)Replace ‘country’ with ‘countries’ , many refers to a large number of things hence; countries will be appropriate.
    2)Replace ‘for’ with ‘to’, toexpressing motion in the direction of (a particular location) and approaching or reaching (a particular condition).
    3)it should be ‘them’ instead of ‘their’.
    4)Option forth is grammatically correct.

  7. 1) China has a lower container exporting cost than India, due to proximity of industrialized zone to the port area.
    2) The presence of major manufacturing and industrial zones in coastal region developed as part of the Port-Led Policy of the government.
    3) Nehru may have been westernised, but he certainly had deep connections with rural India, travelling often in the countryside from his 20s.
    4) The makers of our constitution decided wise in the end against constituencies reserved for minority religions.
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation: 1) Option first is grammatically correct.
    2) Replace ‘region’ with ‘regions’, option second has Parallelism error. Parallelism is used to balance nouns with nouns, prepositional phrases with prepositional phrases, participles with participles, infinitives with infinitives, clauses with clauses. Parallelism is used with elements joined by coordinating conjunctions. … Parallelism is used with elements in lists or in a series.
    3) Replace ‘in’ with ‘into’, into is to indicate movement toward the inside of a place.
    4) it should be ‘wisely’ instead of ‘wise’.

  8. 1) The cellulose was further treated using enzymes to convert it into glucose.
    2) To convert the glucose into ethanol, fermentation using a novel yeast strain was carried out.
    3) Being home is a priceless experience – one of comfort, security and personalised living.
    4) Once again you get an email within two minutes!
    5) No correction required.
    Answer – 5)
    Explanation: No correction required.
    All Given sentences are grammatically correct hence; no correct required.

  9. These are complex questions that philosophers have grappled with throughout history.
    1) These are complex question that philosophers have grappled with throughout history.
    2) These are complex questions which philosophers have grappled with throughout history.
    3)These are complex questions that philosophers have grappled with throughout history.
    4)These are complex questions that philosophers have grapple with throughout history.
    5) No correction required.
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation: 1) it should be ‘questions’ instead of ‘questions’ because given subject is plural.
    2) Replace ‘which’ with ‘that’, There is a difference in use. Relative clauses—the sort of clause you use, “which is blue” / “that is blue”, which tells us something more about the noun referred to by which or that—are of two sorts: restrictive and nonrestrictive. A restrictive clause restricts the noun it modifies to what’s defined in the clause.
    3) Option third is grammatically correct.
    4) Replace ‘grapple’ with ‘grappled’ , Has/have + V3rd.

  10. This is a very simple solution to solve the problem but may not be economically beneficial to the procurement officials.
    1) This is a very simple solutions to solve the problem but may not be economically beneficial to the procurement officials.
    2)This is a very simple solution to solve the problem but might not be economically beneficial to the procurement officials.
    3)This is a very simple solution to solving the problem but may not be economically beneficial to the procurement officials.
    4)This is a very simple solution to solve the problem but may not be economically beneficial to the procurement officials.
    5) No correction required.
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation: 1) it should be ‘solution’ instead of ‘solutions’ , Use “s” or “es” to show plurality in nouns.
    2) Replace ‘might’ with ‘May’, May and Might When Expressing Possibility. In popular usage and speech, may and might are used interchangeably when referring to possibility and probability, but there is a slight difference between the two. May is used to express what is possible, factual, or could be factual.Might is used to express what is hypothetical, counterfactual, or remotely possible.
    3) Replace ‘solving’ with ‘solve’ .
    4) Option four is grammatically correct.