English Quiz

Q.1-10. Read each 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, the answer is (5).

Q.1. The RBI has found (1)/ any evidence that suggests (2)/ money laundering by banks (3)/ in its investigation (4)/ No error (5)

Q.2. The official said the regulator(1)/ had decided to act tough with chit fund defaulters(2)/ and has passed similar orders earlier (3)/ banning four companies from raising money(4)/ No error(5)

Q.3. Touted as one of the successful scheme (1)/ for raising rural incomes (2)/ the UPA government’s MGNREGA scheme (3)/ has drawn flak for inadequate funding in poor states (4)/ No error (5)

Q.4. The very high level of investment rate (1)/ that we have even now gives us the hope (2)/ that if we took action (3)/ we can achieve higher rate of growth (4)/ No error (5)

Q.5. Except for the (1)/ two centrally sponsored schemes of MGNREGA and Backward regions Grant fund (2)/ none of the 150 CSS adequately provide (3)/ a role for panchayati raj institutions (4)/ No error (5)

Q.6-10. Which of the Phrases (1), (2) (3) and (4) given below each sentence should replace the phrases printed 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.

Q.6. The Council strongly urged the government to expedite clearances for infrastructure through the new created cabinet committee.

(1) new created cabines

(2) newly created cabinets

(3) newly created cabinet

(4) new and created cabinet

(5) No correction required.

Q.7. The principal problem affecting growth is the issue of clearances that has stalled projects and undermined conditions for investment.

(1) that have stalled 

(2) that had stalling

(3) which had stalled 

(4) that have stall

(5) No correction required

Q.8. The CAG audit revealed that people are not able to fully exercise their rights from the employment scheme.

(1) to exercise full 

(2) to full exercise 

(3) for fully exercising 

(4) to exercise at the fullest

(5) No correction required

Q.9. Cognizant who has major presence in India, has joined a slew of companies to enhance the US competitiveness.

(1) that has 

(2) which has 

(3) which had 

(4) that have 

(5) No correction required

Q.60. The agreement aims to bring together the strengths of Airtel and offers benefits to customers.

(1) offering benefits to

(2) offered benefits to

(3) has offers and benefits

(4) offer benefits

(5) No correction required


Q.1.(2) Replace any with some. Any is used in a negative or interrogative sentence.
Q.2.(3) Write had in place of has. The sentence needs to be written in past perfect tense.
Q.3.(1) Use schemes instead of scheme. One of is followed by a plural noun/pronoun.
Q.4.(3) Replace took with take. The sentence is in present tense so the verb used here should be in
the present tense.
Q.5.(5) No error.
Q.6.(3) Newly is an adverb that is used here to describe created.
Q.7.(1) use have instead of has because verb follows the antecedent of relative pronoun.
Q.9.(2) Which is used to refer to animals, things and nouns like companies, government etc. Cognizant
is a company so which is appropriate to be used here.
Q.10.(4) Offer benefits. To is used with the first form of verb without adding s/es.

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