English Quiz

Read each part of the sentence to find out if there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, mark your answer as (5). 


1. “Why you are making a mockery (1)/ of nationalism at the cost of (2)/ so many other real issues?” (3)/ asked the speaker. (4)/ No error (5) 

(1) ‘are you’ should replace ‘you are’ 

2. The Indian consumer is becoming (1)/ data savvy and increasing (2)/ turning towards buying smart phones (3)/ and that too the trendier ones. (4)/ No error (5) 

(2) ‘increasingly’ instead of ‘increasing’ 

3. The film has already travelled (1)/ to film festival in France (2)/ and it has being selected for international fests (3)/ in New York followed by Alaska and Toronto. (4)/ No error (5) 

(3) ‘been’ should replace ‘being’ 

4. The highest demand for top end (1)/ smart phones come from Delhi and Mumbai, (2)/ which is not surprising considering that (3)/ these two are the most lucrative markets for mobile operators. (4)/ No error. (5) 

(2) ‘comes’/ ‘came’ should replace ‘come’ 

5. The rupee edged up by 4 paise to 66.93 against (1)/ the dollar in early trade at the forex market (2)/ on increased selling of the (3)/ American currency by banks and exporters.(4)/ No error(5) 

(5) No error 

6. In the final paragraph, Long writes (1)/“On erotic subjects there are various books (2)/ which have passed through many edit in prose and poetry, (3)/ and have a wide circulation.” (4)/ No Error (5) 

(3) Replace edit with editions 

7. For over a hundred pages, Long ranged alphabet (1)/ over genres beginning with “Almanac, Arithmetic, (2)/ Biography, Dictionary”, and ending with (3)/ “Vaishnav Works, Vedantic Works”. (4)/ No Error (5) 

(1) Replace alphabet with alphabetically 

8. The corporate social responsibility law (1)/ that came into force in April 2014 mandates companies subject to the (2)/ provisions of the Act to invest 2% (3)/ of his net profit in CSR projects.(4)/ No Error (5) 

(4) Replace his with their 

9. The focus for corporates who see the law (1)/ more as “compliance” has been (2)/ on project “deliverables” then (3)/ measuring social impact. (4)/ No Error (5) 

(3) Replace then with than 

10. “The Yatras are a species of dramatic action, (1)/ filthy in the same style with the exhibition, (2)/ or of the Penny theatres, (3)/ treating of the licentious or the amours of Krishna.” (4)/ No Error (5) 


(4) Replace licentious with licentiousness 

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