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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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Q171. 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). **The book is making waves and the sale is quite brisk in all major cities.**

  1.  The book is making
  2.  waves and the sale
  3.  is quite brisk in
  4.  all major cities.
  5.  No error.

Solution : is quite brisk in
Q172. 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). **No sooner did the chairman begin speaking some participants started shouting slogans**

  1.  No sooner did
  2.  the chairman begin speaking
  3.  some participants started
  4.  shouting slogans
  5.  No error.

Solution : some participants started

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Q173. 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). **Scarcely had he gone when a policeman knocked at the door.**

  1.  Scarcely had
  2.  he gone
  3.  when a policeman
  4.  knocked at the door.
  5.  No error.

Solution : No error.
Q174. 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 fixed a metal ladder for the wall below his window so as to be able to escape if there was a fire.**

  1.  He fixed a metal ladder
  2.  for the wall below his window
  3.  so as to be able to
  4.  escape if there was a fire.
  5.  No error.

Solution : for the wall below his window

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Q175. 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). **The recent study has indicated that there is perceptible change in the attitudes of the people.**

  1.  The recent study has
  2.  indicated that there is
  3.  perceptible change in
  4.  the attitudes of the people.
  5.  No error.

Solution : perceptible change in
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