Find The Error – 100 Questions With Explanations

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Find out the part which has an error in the following sentences. If there is no error, your answer is (d).

  1. You can not withdraw (a)/ all your money until (b)/ you give a prior notice. (c)/ No error (d)
  2. You should behave with others (a)/ the same way which you (b)/ would expect them to behave with you. (c)/ No error (d)
  3. Either he nor his brother (a)/ was informed about the venue (b)/ of the meeting of our society. (c)/ No error (d)
  4. He not only believes (a)/ in hard work but also (b)/ in honesty of the highest order. (c)/ No error (d)
  5. No sooner did she (a)/ reach the station (b)/ then it started raining. (c)/ No error (d)
  6. The captain and his wife (a)/ were invited for the (b)/ cultural function at my home. (c)/ No error (d)
  7. He tried (a)/ to open the can (b)/ by a can opener. (c)/ No error. (d)
  8. Let no one (a)/ remain with doubt that (b)/ India is getting stronger and stronger. (c)/ No error (d)
  9. When the students reached late (a)/ the teacher objected their entering the class (b)/ without his permission. (c)/ No error (d)
  10. Sheela advised to her (a)/ child not to play (b)/ with the ball on the road. (c)/ No error (d)
  11. The expert mason reported (a)/ to the owner of the hotel that (b)/ there was no question of the wall’s falling down. (c)/ No error (d)
  12. ‘‘This blade’s edge is sharper (a)/ than any other blades’s,’’ (b)/ said the representative of the company. (c)/ No error (d)
  13. Your son’s-in law’s friend is serioulsy ill and (a)/ he wants you (b)/ to see him as soon as possible. (c)/ No error (d)
  14. You know it well that your success in life (a)/ depends not on my advice (b)/ but on somebody’s else. (c)/ No error (d)
  15. He suggested to me (a)/ that I should go to nursery (b)/ to bring some beautiful summer’s flowers. (c)/ No error (d)
  16. No sooner we entered (a)/ than he got up (b)/ and left the room. (c)/ No error. (d)
  17. He ultimately decided (a)/ to willingly and cheerfully accept (b)/ the responsibility entrusted to him. (c)/ No error (d)
  18. Harish is (a)/ very much willing (b)/to come with you. (c)/ No error (d)
  19. Mahesh thought that he would pass (a)/ in the examination although he did not (b)/ answer most of the questions correct. (c)/ No error (d)
  20. Kunal’s father advised him (a)/ not to ride the motorcycly (b)/ lately at night. (c)/ No error (d)
  21. Looking into the situation (a)/ that prevailed a few years ago (b)/ he was taken that decision. (c)/ No error (d)
  22. If you had not come in time (a)/ the child would have taken (b)/ by the dacoits. (c)/ No error (d)
  23. I knew our college library was run chaotically (a)/ but only recently did I discover (b)/ how bad the situation is. (c)/ No error (d)
  24. They talked for a while (a)/ and then they will continue to play (b)/ the game till tomorrow morning. (c)/ No error (d)
  25. We got everything ready (a)/ for all of them (b)/ long before they arrived. (c)/ No error (d)
  26. He looks more depressed (a)/ than her but I don’t (b)/ know the reason. (c)/ No error (d)
  27. The person which was (a)/ recommended for the position (b)/ did not fulfil the prescribed qualifications. (c)/ No error (d)
  28. Between you and I (a)/ he probably (b)/ won’t come at all. (c)/ No error (d)
  29. If all of you quarral (a)/ among yourself we shal not (b)/ be able to solve your problems. (c)/ No error (d)
  30. They have invited Ramesh and I (a/ to the function (b)/ to be held in the next month. (c)/ No error (d)
  31. We should drink several glasses (a)/ of the water daily (b)/ if we want to remain healthy. (c)/ No error (d)
  32. Children who have had (a)/ good Pre-School Education are most likely (b)/ to out do other children at school. (c)/ No error (d)
  33. On my request Jatin (a)/ introduced me to his friend (b)/ who is singer and scientist. (c)/ No error (d)
  34. The burglars were caught just as (a)/ they were about to (b)/ escape from the jail. (c)/ No error (d)
  35. The teacher drew (a)/ and attention of the boys (b)/ to the importance of regular practise. (c)/ No error (d)
  36. He has brought (a)/ four breads (b)/ for lunch today. (c)/ No error (d
  37. This data are (a)/ very useful to arrive (b)/ at correct conclusion. (c)/ No error (d)
  38. ‘‘I have never seen (a)/ such a lovely spectacles in my life,’’ (b)/said the passer by. (c)/ No error (d)
  39. When you see his offsprings (a)/ you can’t (b)/ believe that he is above seventy. (c)/ No error (d)
  40. An earthquake (a)/ is a natural phenomena (b)/ and nobody can check it, be sure. (c)/ No error (d)
  41. The Secretary of the worker’s union remarked that (a)/ the present government is so selfish that (b)/ it cared very little about solving anyone else’s problem. (c)/ No error (d)
  42. Please explain to me (a)/ how is a digital computer different (b)/ from an analogue computer. (c)/ No error (d)
  43. We had swam (a)/ across the river (b)/ before the sunset. (c)/ No error (d)
  44. The Secretary and Treasurer (a)/ were not present (b)/ at today’s meeting. (c)/ No error (d)
  45. Neither Rakesh nor I (a)/ are leaving (b)/ for Hyderabad. (c)/ No error (d)
  46. My book is superior (a)/ than yours although it has (b)/ cost me much less. (c)/ No error (d)
  47. When Charles was in hospital (a)/ his sister sent (b)/ much fruit then his uncle. (c)/ No error (d)
  48. Dilip’s performance in the film (a)/ was worst than Amit’s (b)/ but was not as bad as Vinod’s. (c)/ No error (d)
  49. The teacher said that (a)/ Ajay was capable of (b)/ doing more better work. (c)/ No error (d)
  50. A severe cold (a)/ Prevented the president (b)/ being present (c)/ at the function (d)
  51. After he had read the two first chapters (a)/ of the novel, he felt like (b)/ reading the book at one sitting. (c)/ No error (d)
  52. The girl said that (a)/ she preferred the blue gown (b)/ than the black one. (c)/ No error (d)
  53. Raju cannot walk (a)/ much than two miles (b)/ at a stretch. (c)/ No error. (d)
  54. I often give him money (a)/ and I gave him few (b)/ yesterday also. (c)/ No error. (d)
  55. It is always easy (a)/ to talk about a thing (b)/ than to do it ourselves. (c)/ No error (d)
  56. The doctor advised him (a)/ to give off smoking (b)/ but he did not pay any heed. (c)/ No error (d)
  57. Their father has left (a)/ behind a huge sum to be (b)/ destributed among the two brothers. (c)/ No error (d)
  58. No effort has been made (a)/ at all to cash on (b)/ the refurnished image of Indian tennis. (c)/ No error (d)
  59. The elegantly designed collection (a)/ for ladies has an emphasis (b)/ with style, veriety and colour. (c)/ No error (d)
  60. As soon as he reached the venue (a)/ he enquired from the supervisor (b)/ about the closing time of the examinaiton. (c)/ No error (d)
  61. The table’s wood (a)/ is infested with mite (b)/ and I am likely to dispose it of (c)/ No error (d)
  62. The finance Minister (a)/ boasts of improving (b)/ the economic condition of the country’s. (c)/ No error (d)
  63. He told her that (a)/ he had ever seen her (b)/ with his mind’s ege. (c)/ No error (d)
  64. Unfortunately for me (a)/ the root cause of my frustration (b)/ lies in the Government dubious policy. (c)/ No error (d)
  65. I have read (a)/ many plays of Shaw’s (b)/ who is called the Shakespeare of our age (c)/ No error (d)
  66. We have carefully considered (a)/ the Impotence of issues (b)/ raised in the report. (c)/ No error (d)
  67. Every man, woman and Child (a)/ is now aware of the terrible consequences (b)/ of habit of smoking. (c)/ No error (d)
  68. Ravi prefers self-employment (a)/ to job in (b)/ any office. (c)/ No error (d)
  69. In a fit of temper (a)/ he tore up a sweet letter (b)/ which his wife had written to him. (c)/ No error (d)
  70. He used very inaccurate (a)/ language for (b)/ he knew no better. (c)/ No error (d)
  71. The gentleman (a)/ together with his wife (b)/ and daughter were drowned. (c)/ No error (d)
  72. It is in 1929 (a)/ that we first (b)/ flew to the United States. (c)/ No error (d)
  73. Our country need (a)/ a number of self sacrificing (b)/ devoted political leaders. (c)/ No error (d)
  74. The issues are complex (a)/ and has been obscured (b)/ by other factors. (c)/ No error (d)
  75. He reminded me that (a)/ he has often told me (b)/ not to play with fire. (c)/ No error (d)
  76. The taxi driver who had come (a)/ to receive us at the airport (b)/ was speaking fluently French. (c)/ No error (d)
  77. The only criteria (a)/ to judge (b)/ a person (c)/ is to observe his behaviour (d)
  78. We are confident enough (a)/ to earn our livelihood (b)/ by toiling hardly. (c)/ No error (d)
  79. The observers feel that the stronger team (a)/ has to face defeat because (b)/ the players don’t play whole hearted. (c)/ No error (d)
  80. You seem to be (a)/ enough rich to buy (b)/ anything you like. (c)/ No error (d)
  81. Radha came (a)/ to the meeting much later (b)/ than I expect. (c)/ No error (d)
  82. I have been working (a)/ for this organisation (b)/ for the last ten years. (c)/ No error (d)
  83. I know he is having (a)/ a lot of books on (b)/ how to improve English. (c)/ No error (d)
  84. If it snowed (a)/ tomorrow we’ll (b)/ go for skating. (c)/ No error (d)
  85. He told me that (a)/ he wrote a letter (b)/ to his superior for a certain reason. (c)/ No error (d)
  86. Cattles were (a)/ grazing in the meadows (b)/ near our farm. (c)/ No error (d)
  87. The infromation supplied to us (a)/ were not as useful as (b)/ we first thought it would be. (c)/ No error (d)
  88. It was evident (a)/ to me that there (b)/ was any mistake (c)/ in that account (d)
  89. The audience (a)/ are requested (b)/ to be in its seats. (c)/ No error (d)
  90. He says that (a)/ a two miles walk (b)/ always keeps him healthy and fresh. (c)/ No error (d)
  91. The guide told us that (a)/ where the island was (b)/ and went on narrating its history. (c)/ No error (d)
  92. How do you say that (a)/ neither he or Ramesh (b)/ has qualified in the examinaion. (c)/ No error (d)
  93. Unless you return (a)/ his book he will (b)/ not talk to you. (c)/ No error (d)
  94. He neither gave satisfaction (a)/ as a cook (b)/ nor as a chauffeur. (c)/ No error (d)
  95. Hardly had I reached (a)/ the airport where I learnt (b)/ about the powerful bomb explosion. (c)/ No error (d)
  96. If you are good to people (a)/ you will be treated (b)/ well by themselves. (c)/ No error (d)
  97. This is one company who not only sells (a)/ its products but also gives (b)/ good after sales service. (c)/ No error (d)
  98. I asked him (a)/ whom he thought would be (b)/ able to get the first prize. (c)/ No error (d)
  99. They visited the place (a)/ because they wanted to see for themself (b)/ the damage caused by the floods. (c)/ No error (d)
  100. There should be (a)/ no misunderstanding (b)/ between your father and she. (c)/ No error (d)

Answers with Explanations:

  1. (b) Use ‘unless’ for ‘until’
  2. (b) Use ‘as’ in place of ‘which’
  3. (a) Neither he nor his
  4. (a) Say ‘he believes not only’
  5. (b) Use ‘than’ for ‘then’
  6. (b) Use ‘to’ in place of ‘for’
  7. (c) Say ‘with a can opener’
  8. (b) Use ‘in’ for ‘with’
  9. (b) Insert ‘to’ after ‘objected’
  10. (a) Remove ‘to’
  11. (c) Say ‘ the falling down of the wall’
  12. (d) No error
  13. (a) Say ‘son-in-law’s’
  14. (a) Say ‘somebody else’s’
  15. (c) Say ‘summer flower’s’
  16. (a) Insert ‘had’ after ‘sooner’
  17. (b) Place ‘accept’ before ‘willingly’
  18. (b) Remove ‘much’
  19. (c) Say ‘correctly’
  20. (c) Use ‘late’ for ‘lately’
  21. (c) Use ‘took’ for ‘was taken’
  22. (b) Use ‘have been’ in place of ‘have’
  23. (c) Say ‘the situation was’
  24. (a) Use ‘will talk’ for ‘talked’
  25. (a) Say ‘we had got’
  26. (b) Use ‘she’ for ‘her’
  27. (a) Use ‘who’ in place of ‘which’
  28. (a) Use ‘me’ for ‘I’
  29. (b) Use ‘yourselves’ in place of ‘yourself’
  30. (a) Say ‘Ramesh and me’
  31. (b) Remove ‘the’
  32. (b) Insert ‘a’ before ‘good’
  33. (c) Insert ‘a’ before ‘singer’
  34. (c) Remove ‘the’
  35. (b) Say ‘the attention’
  36. (b) Say ‘four pieces of bread’
  37. (a) Use ‘These’ for ‘This’
  38. (b) Say ‘spectacle’
  39. (a) Use ‘offspring’ for ‘offsprings’
  40. (b) Say ‘a natural phenomenon’
  41. (b) Use ‘was’ in place of ‘is’
  42. (b) Place ‘is’ after ‘computer’
  43. (a) Use ‘swum’ for ‘swam’
  44. (b) Use ‘was’ in place of ‘were’
  45. (b) Say ‘am leaving’
  46. (b) Use ‘to’ for ‘than’
  47. (c) Use ‘more’ in place of ‘much’
  48. (b) Say ‘was worse’
  49. (c) Remove ‘more’
  50. (c) Put ‘from’ before being
  51. (a) Say ‘the first two’
  52. (c) Use ‘to’ for ‘than’.
  53. (b) Say ‘more than’
  54. (b) Use ‘a little/ some’ in place of ‘few’
  55. (a) Say ‘easier’
  56. (b) Say ‘to give up’
  57. (c) Use ‘between’ for ‘among’
  58. (b) Say ‘cash in on’
  59. (c) Use ‘on’ in place of ‘with’
  60. (b) Say ‘enquired of’
  61. (a) Say ‘The wood of the table’
  62. (c) Say ‘country’
  63. (d) No error
  64. (c) Say ‘Government’s dubious policy’
  65. (b) Say ‘many plays of Shaw’
  66. (b) Insert ‘the’ before ‘issues’
  67. (c) Say ‘of the habit of smoking’
  68. (b) Insert ‘a’ before ‘job’
  69. (b) Say ‘the sweet letter
  70. (a) Insert ‘a’ before ‘very’
  71. (c) Use ‘was’ for ‘were’
  72. (a) Say ‘It was’
  73. (a) Say ‘needs’
  74. (b) Use ‘have’ for ‘has’
  75. (b) Use ‘had’ for ‘has’
  76. (c) Say ‘French fluently’
  77. (a) Chage Giteria to criterion, criteria singular criterion.
  78. (c) Say ‘toiling hard’
  79. (c) Use ‘heartedly’ in place of ‘hearted’
  80. (b) Say ‘rich enough’
  81. (d) Say ‘I had expected’
  82. (d) No error
  83. (a) Use ‘has’ for ‘is having’
  84. (a) Use ‘snows’ in place of ‘snowed’
  85. (b) Say ‘he had written’
  86. (a) Use ‘Cattle’ for ‘Cattles’
  87. (b) Use ‘was’ in place of ‘were’
  88. (c) Replace ‘any’ by ‘some’ some is used in affirmative
  89. (c) Use ‘their’ for ‘its’
  90. (b) Say ‘a two-mile walk’
  91. (a) Remove ‘that’
  92. (b) Use ‘nor’ for ‘or’
  93. (a) Say ‘Until you return’
  94. (a) Place ‘neither’ after ‘satisfaction’
  95. (b) Use ‘when’ in place of ‘where’
  96. (c) Say ‘well by them’
  97. (a) Use ‘which’ for ‘who’
  98. (b) Use ‘who’ in place of ‘whom’
  99. (b) Say ‘for themselves’
  100. (c) Use ‘her’ for ‘she’
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