1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 10) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is 4), ie 'No error'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.)

Q. 1) Hardly had I reached /2) the bus stop /3) was hit by a /4) very thick metal rod.

A.  Hardly had I reached
B.  the bus stop
C.  was hit by a
D.  very thick metal rod.
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2 .

Q. 1) I had caution him /2) against making any /3) statement until he had /4) seen his lawyers.

A.  I had caution him
B.  against making any
C.  statement until he had
D.  seen his lawyers.
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3 .

Q. 1) It is a view of the beautifully decorated window /2) displayed by the organisers /3) of an exhibition of indoor /4) No error

A.  It is a view of the beautifully decorated window
B.  displayed by the organisers
C.  of an exhibition of indoor
D.  No error
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4 .

Q. 1) The manager of the bank, /2) along with /3) his whole staff /4) have resigned.

A.  The manager of the bank,
B.  along with
C.  his whole staff
D.  have resigned.
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5 .

Q. 1) The escape of David to London /2) was successfully planned /3) but no sooner was this done then /4) George was captured and held prisoner.

A.  The escape of David to London
B.  was successfully planned
C.  but no sooner was this done then
D.  George was captured and held prisoner.
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6 .

Q. 1) I cannot understand /2) that how you can /3) think of joining your office /4) in such a critical condition.

A.  I cannot understand
B.  that how you can
C.  think of joining your office
D.  in such a critical condition.
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7 .

Q. 1) A first European sailor /2) to come to India /3) in modern times /4) was Vasco de Gama.

A.  A first European sailor
B.  to come to India
C.  in modern times
D.  was Vascode Gama.
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8 .

Q. 1) Temples were /2) crowded since /3) early morning /4) by devotees.

A.  Temples were
B.  crowded since
C.  early morning
D.  by devotees.
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9 .

Q. 1) The judge was /2) convinced that /3) neither of the five /4) accused was guilty.

A.  The judge was
B.  convinced that
C.  neither of the five
D.  accused was guilty.
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10 .

Q. 1) Writing with /2) a sense of urgency /3) the letter was soon /4) finished and posted.

A.  Writing with
B.  a sense of urgency
C.  the letter was soon
D.  finished and posted.
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