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Spotting Errors

Error spotting: Spotting Errors in English. Rules for spotting errors with sample Exercises and Answers

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Q96. Read the sentence carefully and please select that part of the sentence which has a grammatical error. If there is no error, select 'E'. (Ignore punctuation mistakes). **When the national anthem was being sung, everyone were standing in silence.**

  1.  When the national
  2.  anthem was being
  3.  sung, everyone were
  4.  standing in silence.
  5.  No error.

Solution : sung, everyone were
Q97. Read the sentence carefully and please select that part of the sentence which has a grammatical error. If there is no error, select 'E'. (Ignore punctuation mistakes). **Having learn my lessons I was very careful in dealing with him in front of his room-mate.**

  1.  Having learn my lessons
  2.  I was very careful
  3.  in dealing with him
  4.  in front of his room-mate.
  5.  No error.

Solution : Having learn my lessons

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Q98. Read the sentence carefully and please select that part of the sentence which has a grammatical error. If there is no error, select 'E'. (Ignore punctuation mistakes). **He neglects attending lectures regularly though college was only a few yards away from his house.**

  1.  He neglects
  2.  attending lectures
  3.  regularly
  4.  though college was only a few yards away from his house.
  5.  No error.

Solution : though college was only a few yards away from his house.
Q99. Read the sentence carefully and please select that part of the sentence which has a grammatical error. If there is no error, select 'E'. (Ignore punctuation mistakes). **He tried as he could Naveen did not succeed in getting his car to start up.**

  1.  He tried as he could
  2.  Naveen did not
  3.  succeed in getting
  4.  his car to start up.
  5.  No error.

Solution : his car to start up.

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Q100. Read the sentence carefully and please select that part of the sentence which has a grammatical error. If there is no error, select 'E'. (Ignore punctuation mistakes). **Mr.Raman said that he had a difference with the chairman at his statement.**

  1.  Mr.Raman said that
  2.  he had a difference
  3.  with
  4.  the chairman at his statement.
  5.  No error.

Solution : the chairman at his statement.
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