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TENSE excercise for SSC CGL CHSL,Bank exam;Tenses error spotting questions

TENSE excercise for SSC, Bank exam;  Important error spotting questions based on TENSES; Tenses error spotting questions; common errors in tenses

TENSE excercise for SSC, Bank exam; Practice questions from Tense; Important error spotting questions based on TENSES for SSC, BANK AND OTHER EXAMS

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1) After Sheetal will return (A)/ from Delhi(B) / I will go to meet her. (C) / No error(D)

2) My younger brother (A)/ has left (B) /for Bhopal last Saturday. (C) /No error(D)

3) I used to work (A) /till 11 pm and (B) / then I go to bed. (C) /No error (D)

4) Air pollution caused by industrial effluents has been studied (A)/ for years, but only recently has (B)/ the harmful effects of noise
pollution become known.(C)/No error(D)

5) The judge asked the lady (A)/ if the bag she had lost(B)/ contain ten thousand rupees (C)/No error (D)

6) The ministry was considered several proposals (A)/ for the development of small and medium enterprises (B)/during Budget discussions.(C)/No error (D)

7) Having work(A)/ in both public and private sector banks(B)/she is the most suitable person to take over the post of the chairman.(C)/No error(D)

8) Rohit started a very small business two years ago (A)/ but it grew very fast (B)/as the country is experiencing a boom at that time.(C)/No error(D)

9)  Keeping in mind the current market conditions (A)/ it has better for us (B)/ to invest in the infrastructure structure. (C)/No error(D)

10) Since shivani had lived there for many years(A)/the villagers were very comfortable(B)/ talked to her about all their problems.(C)/No error(D)

11) Our equipment gets (A)/ damage very often in summer (B)/ because there are too many power cuts. (C)/No error (D)

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12) Most children liked to rest in the afternoon (A)/ after they returned from school (B)/but my son seems to have an inexhaustible source of energy. (C)/No error (D)

13) The cutting down on costs (A)/was the main reason for the firm to survive (B)/even during a very difficult period. (C)/No error (D)

14)  I will go (A)/ for the dance classes tomorrow (B)/ if I have recovered from fever. (C)/No error. (D)

15) The principal announced (A)/ in the school assembly that the school fees (B)/ will be hiked from the beginning of the next academic session. (C)/No error(D)

16)  The terrorist did not (A)/ confessed his crime even till the very end (B)/of his trail and said that he was innocent.(C) /No error (D)

17) If the industrial sector continues to grow(A)/ at the same rate for the next few months(B)/ I think it has a high growth rate this
year.(C)/No error (D)


18) Results find that girls (A)/ played not only more than boys(B)/ but also performed better in many fields.(C)/No error (D)

19) Celebrating her fifteen long years in the film industry (A)/the actor announce that he would be doing a new show (B)/on television which would be done completely free of cost.(C)/No error (D)

20) Had I known (A)/ the weather forecast earlier (B)/I would not make plans to go out. (C)/ No error (D)

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21) If you to talk to him on this sensitive matter(A)/ it is probable(B)/ that he will not listen to you at all.(C)/ No error (D)

22) On many occasions (A)/we did helped the poor (B)/ people by way of giving them food to
eat and clothes to put on. (C)/ No error (D)


23) The farewell party continued (A)/till midnight as more and more(B)/ guests join in the fun and frolic.(C)/ No error (D)

24) The market continues to be positive (A)/ and we expected the trend (B)/ to continue in the next quarter also. (C)/No error (D)

25) Big zamindars in the villages(A)/ who were till now paid for electricity(B)/ at subsidized rates will soon have to pay the government at
full rates.(C)/ No error


26) The new vaccination will help (A)/ in prevent the disease (B)/to spread to other parts of the body. (C)/No error (D)

27)  A sharp rise in the prices of petrol(A)/ has lead to an increase (B)/ in the prices of all the commodities. (C)/No error (D)

28) Dressed in a beautiful red gown (A)/ the young lady eagerly waits for her husband to return (B)/ so that she could cut the
cake.(C)/No error (D)

29)  The High Court on Friday (A)/ ban running of petrol run vehicles (B)/including small vehicles in the eco-sensitive zone.(C)/No error
(D)


30)  If everything  go well(A)/,the examination scheduled for next month(B)/ will be conducted without any disruptions.(C)/No error (D)

31) The pain ease away after the surgery (A)/ and slowly the
stitch marks (B)/ also vanished.(C)/No error (D)


32) They have recently began (A)/ to purchase furniture for their
new bungalow (B)/ which is being constructed in Delhi.(C)/No error (D)


33) Many Multi National companies are invested (A)/ in India as
India is (B)/one of the world’s fastest growing economies.(C)/No error(D)


34) Rohan is suffering from severe back ache (A)/ since Monday
as he has been working (B)/on the computer for at least eight hours a day.(C)
/ No error (D)

1) omit will

2)  b

It is clearly mentioned that the activity is of
last Saturday use simple past in part b. So omit ‘has’. 

3) c 

Used to’ is used for past habitual action. In part c change go to went.

4)  b

use have instead of has as harmful effects of noise pollution is plural.

5)  c

Replace contain with contained as the sentence is in past tense.

6)  A

Use simple past tense. (The ministry considered several proposals)

7)  A

Replace work by worked as the sentence is of past tense.

8)  c

The sentence is of past tense. So use was
experiencing.


9)  B
Replace it has better for us with ‘it
is better for us’ . The sentence is in present tense.


10)  C

Use talking instead of talked as the latter part of the sentence is in past continuous tense.

11) B

Use damaged instead of damage as the sentence is in passive voice. Third form of the verb is used in passive voice.

12) C

replace seems by seemed as the sentence is in past tense.

13) D (No error)

14) c

 If I have recovered is to be replaced by if I
recover. Sentences of future beginning with if should be in simple present.


15) C

Replace will with would. (The sentence is in
indirect speech)


16) B

Replace confessed with confess. (We use first form of the verb with did).

17) c

replace I think it has with it will have as it is of
the future tense.


18)   A

replace find with found as the sentence is of past tense.

19)  B

Replace announce with announced as the sentence is of past tense.

20) C

replace ‘would not make’ with would not have made. (for imaginary sentences of the past tense would have and third form of the verb
is used). It’s a conditional sentence. 


21) D

22) B

Omit did

23) C ,replace join with joined as the sentence is of past tense.

24)  B 
Replace expect with expect as the latter part of the sentence is of future tense.

25)  B

Replace paid with paying as the sentence is of past continuous tense.

26)  B

Replace prevent with preventing (We use the verb + ing after all prepositions except to)

27) B

Replace lead with led.With has/have and had third
form of the verb is used. (lead ,led led)


28)  B

Replace waits with waited as the sentence is in past tense.

29)  B

Replace ban with banned as the sentence is in past tense.

30)  A

Replace go with goes. Everything is considered singular so goes will be used and not go.

31)  A

Replace ease with eased as the sentence is in past tense.

32)  B

Replace began by begun .With has/have/had third form of the verb is used. (begin, began,begun)

33) A

Replace invested by investing. (The sentence is in present continuous tense)

34)  A

Replace is suffering by has been suffering. (The sentence is in present perfect continuous tense)

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