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In Bank Exams, this item often appears in various formats like 'Multiple Error' questions, and
'Para-based' Corrections.
A good command on basic English grammar and the knowledge of using words in
their different forms and in different contexts do help you in the exams. Here are a few questions taken from
some previous Bank Exams.
Directions: In the following questions, a sentence or a part of a sentence is printed in bold. Below are given
alternatives numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 to the bold part of the sentence which may improve the sentence. If you think
that the sentence is correct as it is, choose (5) as your answer
. The oak tree always/thought that/he was strong/than any other tree in the garden.
1) The oak tree always 2) thought that
3) he was strong 4) than any other tree
5) No correction required
2. It was strange /when people started/congratulating me/on completion of my dissertation.
1) It was strange 2) when people started
3) Congratulating me 4) On completion of my dissertation
5) No correction required
3. A good employee/is one which/ is always willing/to the extra mile.
1) A good employee 2) is one which
3) is always willing 4) to go the extra mile
5) No correction required
4. Through her efforts/she managed to/ open several institutions to/ help the downtrodden.
1) Through her efforts 2) she managed to
3) open several institutions to 4) help the downtrodden
5) No error
5. The Indian political class is known for engaged themselves in socio-economic development of
1) known for engaging 2) call for engaged
3) knowing for engaging 4) called for engaging
5) no correction required
6. The launch of metro service in the city, has enhancing public transport options.
1) have enhanced 2) has enhanced
3) has been enhanced 4) had enhanced
5) no correction required  
7. As houses grow and parking areas shrink, more than a little people have expressed their scorn for trees
in the capital, one of the world's greenest.
1) more little people 2) much little people
3) more than a few people 4) much than a few people
5) no correction required
8. Rare Indian art spanning a period from the eighth century to the twentieth century will be up for sale
at an auction later this month.
1) art span a period from 2) art spanning a period
3) a period of art spanning from 4) a spanning art of
5) no correction required
9. Other species of eel are also faced various level of threats due to habitat damage and overfishing.
1) facing various threat 2) facing various level of threats
3) faced with various levels of threatening 4) face various levels of threats
5) no correction required
10. They are yet to decided about buying the new furniture.
1) still decide 2) yet to decision
3) yet to decide 4) still decided
5) no correction required
11. Rohan's mother was feed up of his laziness.
1) fed up in 2) fed off 3) feeds up of 4) fed up of
5) no correction required
12. She was just looking outside the window when a beautiful bird caught the eye
1) catch the eye 2) eye catching
3) caught her eye 4) catch her eyes
5) no correction required
13. They sent out the invitations last evening.
1) send out 2) sending out 3) sent at 4) sending in
5) no correction required
14. He had to bear the brunt of his father's mistakes.
1) bore the brunt 2) bear the burns
3) bear a brunt 4) bear and burn
5) no correction required
In each question below, four words printed in bold are given. Mark the number of the word that is
inappropriate or wrongly spelled as your answer. If you think that all the words are correctly spelt and
appropriate in the context of the sentence, then mark "No error" as your answer
.15. Ronald was very proud (1)/ of his new car would always (2)/ be on the look out for an excuse (3)/ to
flaunt (4) it/. No error (5)/.
16. Ramesh had an aversion (1)/ to alcohol and would (2)/ avoid going to partyes (3)/ with his friends
(4)/. No error (5)/.
17. Lucy was working (1)/ overtime because (2)/ she had to prepare (3)/ for an important meating (4)/.
No error (5)/.
18. Roshni was found (1)/ of pets and she was a proud (2)/ owner of many unique (3)/ animals (4)/. No
error (5)/.
19. Ahmad was not only very intelligent (1)/ but also very sincere (2)/ and would always strand (3)/ first
in his class (4)/. No error (5)/.
20. His proposal (1)/ had to be send (2)/ to the President of the company (3)/ for her approval (4)/. No
error (5)/.
Directions: In the following questions, a sentence or a part of a sentence is printed in bold. Below are given
alternatives numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 to the bold part of the sentence which may improve the sentence. If you think
that the sentence is correct as it is, choose (5) as your answer
21. Your bonus will dependent the quality of your work
1) is dependable 2) depends on
3) being dependent 4) is going to depend
5) no correction required
22. Even after talking the matter for hours, we could not arrive at a decision.
1) talking to 2) talking over
3) talked about 4) talk through
5) no correction required
23. Mr Gates is a successful entrepreneur donated most of his wealth to charity.
1) has donated most of 2) donated mostly
3) donates much of 4) who has donated most of
5) no correction required
24. The government is unwilling to make any concession to their demands.
1) not willing to take 2) willingly given
3) not willing in giving 4) unwilling to take
5) no correction required
25. If the accused was guilty for the crime, he should be punished.
1) was guilty in 2) has been guilty for
3) was in guilty of 4) is guilty of
5) no correction required
26. The officer suffered only because of his impolitely behaviour
1) behaviour was impolite 2) behaved impoliteness
3) behavioural impolite 4) impolite behaviour
5) no correction required
1 −3, 2 −1, 3 −2, 4 −1, 5 −1, 6 −2, 7 −3, 8 −5, 9 −2, 10 −3, 1 1 −4, 12 −3, 13 −5, 14 −5, 15 −5, 16 −3, 17 −4, 18 −1, 19 −3, 20 −2, 21 −2. 22 −3, 23 −4, 24 −3, 25 −4, 26 −4.
. Correct the adjective 'Strong'as 'Stronger' to write the sentence in the comparative Degree.
2. Correct it as 'It is strange' It is a usage.
You can also say 'it seems strange' when talking about how you
feel when you arrive at a new place or face a new situation.
3. Replace 'Which' with 'Who'. An employee is a person, not a lifeless thing. Here is the car which I bought
last year.
4. Replace 'Through' with 'by/with'
16. Correct it as 'PARTIES'. The plural of Countable No

Posted Date : 11-02-2021

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