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English Questions – Spotting Error Set 118 (SSC CGL)

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

  1. Earlier people spoke of potherbs or (a) / gardenstuff, mainly as f lavouring, but (b) / in Austen’s time vegetables (c) / began to be appreciated of themselves. (d) /
    1) at
    2) on
    3) in
    4) for
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation: Replace ‘of’ with ‘for’

  2. Austen never gives lavish descriptions of food, (a) / Food helps illuminate character, like (b) / the fussiness of the heroine’s father in Emma, and also (c) / grounds the reality of a world where women has to make it.(d) /
    1) were
    2) was
    3) have
    4) had
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation: Replace ‘has’ with ‘had’

  3. Some had even thought the BCCI, finally, (a) / will see reason and take some tangible (b) / steps toward implementing the (c) / reforms asked of it by the Supreme Court of India.(d) /
    1) onward
    2) outwards
    3) towards
    4) inwards
    Answer – 3) 
    Explanation: Replace ‘toward’ with ‘towards’. towards – expressing the relation between behaviour or an attitude and the person or thing at which it is directed or with which it is concerned.

  4. To often I find myself being not the (a) / only one leaving a WhatsApp group (b) / at the speed at (c) / which people are joining it.(d) /
    1) Too
    2) of
    3) for
    4) on
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation: Replace ‘to’ with ‘too’. Too – to a higher degree than is desirable, permissible, or possible; excessively.

  5. The fact that people are on the platform (a) / does not give you the right to (b) / add them indiscriminately in (c) / the trillion groups which are formed every day.(d) /
    1) these
    2) those
    3) them
    4) that
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation: Replace ‘which‘’ with ‘that’. which – asking for information specifying one or more people or things from a definite set.

  6. Inside the Kremlin, people mill around like (a) / they do in Disneyland ­ posing (b) / of selfies against the snaking (c) / red wall and the Lenin-less Mausoleum.(d)
    1) to
    2) at
    3) for
    4) in
    Answer – 3) 
    Explanation: Replace ‘of’ with ‘for’.

  7. Not all of the constitutional (a) / right for privacy cases in the (b) / age of the internet will (c) / involve forced disclosures.(d) /
    1) at
    2) of
    3) to
    4) with
    Answer –  2)
    Explanation: Replace ‘for’ with ‘of’

  8. To truly capture the global (a) / medical tourism market, India (b) / would consider all its strengths (c) / and market a holistic healing approach.(d) /
    1) often
    2) might
    3) should
    4) could
    Answer – 3)
    Explanation: Replace ‘would’ with ‘should’.should used to indicate obligation, duty, or correctness, typically when criticizing someone’s actions.

  9. The bravery and sacrifices made by ours (a) / defence forces personnel protecting the (b) / nation at the borders as (c) / well as fighting enemies within needs no validation.(d) /
    1) our
    2) ourselves
    3) oneself
    4) us
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation: Replace ‘ours’ with ‘our’. our – belonging to or associated with the speaker and one or more other people previously mentioned or easily identified.

  10. It took this government to finalise (a) / One Rank One Pension that were a (b) / plea for honour, pending (c) / for over last four decades.(d) /
    1) would
    2) was
    3) had
    4) have
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation: Replace ‘were’ with ‘was’