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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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Q191. 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 could succeed in catching the ball before it reaches the boundary line.**

  1.  He could succeed
  2.  in catching the ball
  3.  before it reaches
  4.  the boundary line.
  5.  No error.

Solution : before it reaches
Q192. 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). **Mohan has collected all the necessary documents and have written a good paper for this conference.**

  1.  Mohan has collected
  2.  all the necessary documents
  3.  and have written a good paper
  4.  for this conference.
  5.  No error.

Solution : and have written a good paper

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Q193. 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). **I am trying to finish this letter for the last one hour I wish you would go away or stop disturbing me.**

  1.  I am trying to finish
  2.  this letter for the last one hour
  3.  I wish you would
  4.  go away or stop disturbing me.
  5.  No error.

Solution : I am trying to finish
Q194. Read the sentence carefully and please select that part of the sentence which has a grammatical error. **The famous Dr. Chandra (a) / is only dentist (b) / in our village (c) / No error (d)**

  1.  The famous Dr. Chandra
  2.  Is only dentist
  3.  In our village
  4.  no error

Solution : Is only dentist

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Q195. Read the sentence carefully and please select that part of the sentence which has a grammatical error. **This town isn’t very well known (a) / and there isn’t much to see (b) / so a few tourists come here (c) / No error (d)**

  1.  This town isn’t very well known
  2.  And there isn’t much to see
  3.  So a few tourists come here
  4.  No error

Solution : So a few tourists come here
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