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Error Detection for SBI/IBPS/CWC/FCI Exams

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Dear Aspirants,
English Section is very important to score better in Banking and other competitive exams. Now a day, the pattern of questions asked in this section are very lengthy and thus, time-consuming. But once dealt with proper strategy and accuracy, this section can get you the maximum marks in the examination. Here is another set of Questions to improve your speed and practice. Make most of it.

Directions (Q. 1-10): In each of the questions given below a sentence is given which is then divided into five parts out of which the last part which is given in bold is correct. There is an error in three parts of the sentence and only one part is correct. You have to choose the correct part as your answer. If all the parts except the last one are incorrect select 5), ie “All are incorrect”, as your option.

1. Although huge chunk of Indian/ direct selling companies initial /started in South India, many of them/ has pan-India/operations today.

1) Although huge chunk of Indian
2) direct selling companies initial
3) started in South India, many of them
4) has pan-India
5) All are incorrect

2. As a result of the lack of clarity, /a number of fraudulent activities in the/ industry have increased and legitimate /direct selling is to be confused /with ponzi schemes.

1) As a result of the lack of clarity,
2) a number of fraudulent activities in the
3) industry have increased and legitimate
4) direct selling is to be confused
5) All are incorrect

3. The economy’s external count/ could come under pressure, /but it is no cause for worry /as the balancing of payments/ stays positive.

1) The economy’s external count
2) could come under pressure,
3) but it is no cause for worry
4) as the balancing of payments
5) All are incorrect

4. The charts on digitalisation by payments,/ balances in Jan Dhan accounts and an extent /of cash in relation/ of GDP show no /sustained benefits.

1) The charts on digitalisation by payments,
2) balances in Jan Dhan accounts and an extent
3) of cash in relation
4) of GDP show no
5) All are incorrect

5. Scientists have developed a newly system/ that use passphrases for online authentication, /and found it to being more user-friendly / and secure than traditional /word-based passcodes.

1) Scientists have developed a newly system
2) that use passphrases for online authentication,
3) and found it to being more user-friendly
4) and secure than traditional
5) All are incorrect

6. The staffs of four public sector banks (PSBs) has been/ alleged to have been salted away /depositors’ money in /misusing the later’s/ Aadhaar-based authentication.

1) The staffs of four public sector banks (PSBs) has been
2) alleged to have been salted away
3) depositors’ money in
4) misusing the later’s
5) All are incorrect

7. He had the little formal education/ yet produced volume and volume/ of fiction, drama, memoir /and journalism through/ his life.

1) He had the little formal education
2) yet produced volume and volume
3) of fiction, drama, memoir
4) and journalism through
5) All are incorrect

8. Situated at the confluence of / two ancient centre of civilisation — the /Indian Sub-Continent or China – Assam / has most unique history of the assimilation /of peoples and cultures.

1) Situated at the confluence of
2) two ancient centre of civilisation — the
3) Indian Sub-Continent or China – Assam
4) has most unique history of the assimilation
5) All are incorrect

9. In the market, people know roughly / what is stainless steel, / but how much carbon or chromium contents is/ necessary for calling it to be stainless steel cannot be/ definitely agreed upon.

1) In the market, people know roughly
2) what is stainless steel,
3) but how much carbon or chromium contents is
4) necessary for calling it to be stainless steel cannot be
5) All are incorrect

10. The Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) is being arrested / Bhushan Steel’s formerly promoter / Neeraj Singal after an investigation was/ conducted in the company / and the promoter.

1) The Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) is being arrested
2) Bhushan Steel’s formerly promoter
3) Neeraj Singal after an investigation was
4) conducted in the company
5) All are incorrect

Answers:

1. 3; (The correct sentence is—Although a huge chunk of Indian direct selling companies initially started in South India, many of them have pan-India operations today.)
2. 1; (The correct sentence is—As a result of the lack of clarity, the number of fraudulent activities in the industry has increased and legitimate direct selling is being confused with ponzi schemes.)
3. 2; (The correct sentence is—The economy’s external account could come under pressure, but there is no cause for worry as the balance of payments stays positive.)
4. 3; (The correct sentence is—The charts on digitalisation of payments, balances in Jan Dhan accounts and the extent of cash in relation to GDP show no sustained benefits.)
5. 4; (The correct sentence is—Scientists have developed a new system that uses passphrases for online authentication, and found it to be more user-friendly and secure than traditional word-based passcodes.)
6. 5; (The correct sentence is—The staff of four public sector banks (PSBs) has been alleged to have salted away depositors’ money by misusing the latter’s Aadhaar-based authentication.)
7. 3; (The correct sentence is—He had little formal education yet produced volume after volume of fiction, drama, memoir and journalism throughout his life.)
8. 1; (The correct sentence is—Situated at the confluence of two ancient centres of civilisation — the Indian Sub-Continent and China — Assam has a unique history of the assimilation of peoples and cultures.)
9. 1; (The correct sentence is—In the market, people know roughly what stainless steel is, but how much carbon or chromium content is necessary for calling it stainless steel cannot be definitely agreed upon.)
10. 3; (The correct sentence is—The Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) has arrested Bhushan Steel’s former promoter Neeraj Singal after an investigation was conducted on the company and the promoter.)

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