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Hello Aspirants. Welcome to Online English Section Quiz in Here we are creating question sample in Spotting Errors Section, which is common for all the IBPS/SBI/RRB exam and other competitive exams.

Which of the option (1), (2) (3) and (4) given below each sentence should replaced the words in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? if the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, mark (5) as the answer.

  1. China grabbed the opportunity of high growth in the First World by undercutting the producers of the First World and became the poster boy of export-led growth in the Third World.All correct
    A. grabbed
    B. undercutting
    C. producers
    D. poster
    E. All correct
    E. All correct

  2. In the case of India, difficult may have arisen not in establishing that the sums amassed abroad belong to India, but in proving that the assets were illegally obtained.All correct
    A. difficult
    B. establishing
    C. amassed
    D. proving
    E. All correct
    (a)- it should be ‘difficulties’ in place of ‘ difficult ’

  3. The Jan Dhan Yojana financial inclusion programme is closing this gap by encuoraging banks to open accounts in poor and rural communities.All correct
    A.  inclusion
    B. closing
    C. encuoraging
    D. accounts
    E. All correct
    (c)the correct spelling is “encouraging ”

  4. The first breakthrough came when the group esteblished asset recovery as a “fundamental principle” of the convention.All correct
    A. breakthrough
    B. esteblished
    C. fundamental
    D. convention
    E. All correct
    (b)the correct spelling is “  established

  5. While educationist are right that failing children does not make them good learners, they are wrong to think that education can be completed just by automatic promotion to the next class.All correct
    A. educationist
    B. learners
    C. education
    D. promotion
    E. All correct
    (a)the correct word should be  educationists

  6. In the wake of the Monday massecre, the Finance Minister rushed to reassure the markets and the investors that all the key indicators have looked up smartly in the last 15 months.All correct
    A. massecre
    B. reassure
    C. investors
    D. indicators
    E. All correct
    (a)the correct spelling is “massacre”

  7. In walked the Prime Minister, one with a reputation for deceisiveness and the hopes soared(rise rapidly,in the hearts of millions of affected citizens.All correct
    A. walked
    B. deceisiveness
    C. soared
    D. millions
    E. All correct
    (b)the correct spelling is “decisiveness”

  8. It is in the public interest that foreign Internet companies cooperate with governments during security crises.All correct
    A. interest
    B. companies
    C. governments
    D. security
    E. All correct
    E. All correct

  9. The Indian government understands that these method, while legally defensible during an emergency, are ineffective.All correct
    A. government
    B. method
    C. defensible
    D. emergency
    E. All correct
    (b)the correct word should be “methods”

  10. Hardly a week had passed since the dialogue when the anti-reservation protests in Gujarat turned violent, prompting the State government to shut off mobile data sarvices for a week.All correct
    A. passed
    B. anti-reservation
    C.  prompting
    D.  sarvices
    E.  All correct
    (d)the correct spelling is “services ”