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Practice set 3 of the ENGLISH SERIES(Error detection, phrase replacement, fillers, Para jumbles) (with detailed solution) for SBI IBPS CLERK MAINS

Practice set 3 of the ENGLISH SERIES(Error detection, phrase replacement, fillers, Para jumbles) (with detailed solution)  for SBI IBPS CLERK MAINS     

 

💯Click here for the compilation of 20 frequently asked GRAMMAR RULES in bank (IBPS, SBI) exams  

🔘As we know how important English language section plays when it comes to SBI IBPS CLERK/PO exam.
Tackling English section with wits can give you an edge over other students. And English is all about practice, so to make your job easier,we have come up with a series of ” TOPICWISE PRACTICE SETS” comprising ‘200 QUESTIONS ‘. In this “PRACTICE SET 3 ” we have provided 10 practice questions from ‘ERROR DETECTION(new pattern)’ with detailed solution. 
💯Click here to attempt practice set 1 questions(with detailed solution)


💯Click here to attempt practice set 2 questions(with detailed solution)


💯Click here to practise PARA JUMBLES (with detailed solution and handy tips) 

💠TYPE 1  – In the following sentences, two parts have errors and the rest are correct. Find out which parts have an error and mark it as your answer.If there is no error, mark ‘No error’.

💯Click here to attempt RC/PASSAGE (with detailed solution and handy tips) 


💯Click here to practise CLOZE TESTS (with detailed solution) 

 

1) Frequent power breakdowns, shortage (A)  / of drinking water,overcrowd transportation are (B) /  some of the problem (C)/  faced by most of the cities now a days.(D)/ No error 


1) A-B
2) B-C
3) C-D
4) A-C
5) No error 



2) Only a free society wherein individuals feel (A)/ dignify, enjoy basic rights (B)/ can insure the all round and (C)/ quick progress of its members.(D)/ No error 

1) A-B
2) B-C
3) C-D
4) A-C
5) No error 

💯Click here for the compilation of important rules associated with CONDITIONAL SENTENCES (with examples)

 3) In a fast-changing world accelerated  by new(A)/ advanced in electronic technology ,only(B)/ an dynamic exuberant (C)/  generation can put India on a strong footing.(D)/ No error 


1) A-B
2) B-C
3) C-D
4) A-C
5) No error 


4) The objective of the act was to laid down strategies (A)/ for the development of comprehensive (B) / programs and service and the equalization (C)/  of opportunities for disabled persons.(D)/ No error 


1) A-B
2) B-C
3) C-D
4) A-C
5) No error 

💯Click here for the compilation of important rules associated with QUESTION TAG (with examples and handy tips )  



 5)  Professor Aiyyar not only gave the students (A)/ an angry look but also ten (B)/  extra page of homework as a punishment(C)/  for their impatience to leave.(D)/ No error 

1) A-B
2) B-C
3) C-D
4) A-C
5) No error 

 


 6) Sheetal politely asked(A)/  one of her team member whether (B)/ the boss would mind hers (C)/  leaving early from the office.(D)/ No error 


1) A-B
2) B-C
3) C-D
4) A-C
5) No error 


💯Click here for the compilation of frequently asked VOCABS in IBPS exam 

 7) Several new start ups have come with (A)/ recently due to the (B)/  various schemes introduces (C)/  by the government.(D) / No error 


1) A-B
2) B-C
3) C-D
4) A-C
5) No error 

💯Click here for the compilation of ERROR DETECTION QUESTIONS asked in IBPS, SBI exams

💠TYPE 2 –   In the following questions, four words are printed in bold and are numbered 1,2,3 and 4.Of these ,the positions of two of these words may be incorrect and need to be exchanged to make the sentence correct.Find out the two words which need to be exchanged in order to rectify the sentence. In case no correction is required, mark your answer ‘No correction ‘.



 8) On that highway, there were signs of rejected 1 from early on but the instructor danger 2 those as mere coincidence 3, which led to the accident 4.


A. 1-2
B. 2-3
C. 3-4
D. 2-4
E. No correction is required 



 9) asserted 1  by protests ,home minister and BJP president Amit Shah unfazed 2 that the government was determined 3 to implement the citizenship 4 amendment act.


A. 1-2
B. 2-3
C. 3-4
D. 2-4
E. No correction is required 


 10) In addition to purchasing 1 good food,this establishment do good for the planet by making 2 a conscious effort to recycle, compost and offset 3 all their energy usage through serving 4 carbon offsets.


A. 1-2
B. 2-3
C. 3-4
D. 1-4
E. No correction is required 


SOLUTION 


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💯  CLICK HERE FOR THE HINDU VOCABS COMPILATION

 

1) The errors are in b and c parts.
Use ‘overcrowded ‘ in place of ‘overcrowd’ as we need an adjective to qualify the noun ‘transportation’. Use ‘problems'(plural)  in place of problem.




2) The 
errors are in b and c parts.
Use ‘dignified’ in place of ‘dignify’ and ‘assure’ in place of ‘insure’.
Assure – to make sure and secure, to give someone confidence in the trust worthiness of something. 



3) The errors are in b and c parts.
Use ‘advances’ in place of ‘advanced’ as we need a noun here to make the sentence grammatically correct. Use ‘a’ in place of ‘an’.




4) The errors are in a and c parts.
Use ‘lay down’ in place of ‘laid down’ as V1 will be used here to make the sentence grammatically correct.Use ‘services’ in place of ‘service’ as programs(plural) has been used, parallelism will be maintained here to make the sentence grammatically correct.
‘Parallelism’ is one of the 20 frequently asked grammar rules in BANK (IBPS, SBI) exams. 
💯Click here for the compilation of 20 frequently asked GRAMMAR RULES in bank (IBPS, SBI) exams  


5) The errors are in a and c parts.

Use ‘not only’ after ‘the students,not before it and ‘pages’ in place of ‘page’.


6) The errors  are in b and c parts.

Use ‘members’ in place of ‘member’, (one of the +noun)  structure always takes plural form of the noun.use ‘her’ in place of ‘hers’ in the c part to make the sentence grammatically correct.


7) The errors are in a and c parts.

Use ‘come up’ in place of ‘come with’
Come up – to emerge, to become known
 Use ‘introduced’ in place of ‘introduces’ in the C part to make the sentence grammatically correct. 


8) A
‘Danger’ should be used in place of ‘rejected’ as there is mention of ‘signs’ before it and ‘rejected’ will be used in  place of the word ‘danger’ to make the sentence correct contextually and grammatically. 


9)A
 ‘unfazed‘ should be used in place of ‘asserted’ as it means ‘ not frightened or hesitant’ and ‘asserted will be used in place of the word ‘unfazed’ to make the sentence correct contextually and grammatically. 




10)D
 ‘Serving‘ should be used in place of ‘purchasing’ and ‘purchasing’ will be  used in place of serving ‘serving’ to make the sentence correct contextually and grammatically. 

carbon offset  is a reduction in emissions of carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases made in order to compensate for emissions made elsewhere. Purchasing carbon offset means to compensate for the greenhouse gas emissions caused by personal activities. 



💯Click here for the English translation of the song (Tujhe kitna chahne lage hum)( Movie – Kabir Singh) 

(Motive of this translation –  letting English flow in your veins and make preparation of English interesting and easier.) 

 


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