Spot The Error/NDA Previous Year

  1. The pile of books(a)/ are(b)/ missing. (c)/ No error (d)
  2. Either he(a)/ or I(b)/ are wrong. (c)/ No error (d)
  3. Please(a)/ tell to him(b)/ to do his work. (c)/ No error (d)
  4. Though he is good (a)/ he is (b)/ mischievous. (c)/ No error (d)
  5. The thief (a)/ hit me (b)/ suddenly and hardly. (c)/ No error (d)
  6. The number of books (a)/ in our library (b)/ is less. (c)/ No error (d)
  7. The general said (a)/ ‘soldiers do not fire (b)/ till I will give the order’. (c)/ No error (d)
  8. Neither of the candidates (a)/ are (b)/ good. (c)/ No error (d)
  9. The machine (a)/ is more efficient (b)/ than any other equipments in the workshop. (c)/ No error (d)
  10. The tin deposits in that area (a)/ would probably be exhausted (b)/ into near future. (c)/ No error (d)
  11. The operation of this machine (a)/ is different (b)/ to that of other. (c)/ No error (d)
  12. It was nearly thirty years ago (a)/ since this magazine (b)/ was first published. (c)/ No error (d)
  13. Ten years ago he was having an income (a)/ of over ten thousand rupees a month; (b)/ he must indeed be a wealthy man by now. (c)/ No error (d)
  14. In spite of the fact (a)/ that the meeting was about to end, (b)/ he insisted to ask several questions. (c)/ No error (d)
  15. Hardly had he entered into the room (a)/ and taken his seat, (b)/ when the girls began to giggle. (c)/ No error (d)
  16. I was disappointed (a)/ when I came for seeing you last evening (b)/ but could not find you at home. (c)/ No error (d)
  17. The number of jobs (a)/that would be satisfactory in all respects (b)/ are small. (c)/ No error (d)
  18. I have found the man, (a)/ whom I know (b)/ is the thief. (c)/ No error (d)
  19. There is no reason (a)/ why he should not come (b)/ since he is in town and is free. (c)/ No error (d)
  20. It is high time (a)/ we cried a halt to the existing corrupt practices (b)/ followed in the educational sphere. (c)/ No error (d)
  21. The situation is perilous (a)/ but if we are prepared promptly to act, (b)/ there is still one chance of escape. (c)/ No error (d)
  22. Unless you stop to make noise at once, (a)/ I will have no option but to (b)/ bring the matter to the attention of the police. (c)/ No error (d)
  23. He couldn’t but help (a)/ shed tears at the plight of the villagers (b)/ rendered homeless by a devastating cyclone. (c)/ No error (d)
  24. Since, it was his first election campaign, the candidate was confused; (a)/ none could clearly understand (b)/ either the principles he stood for or the benefits he promised. (c)/ No error (d)
  25. It is an established fact that the transcendental American poets and philosophers, (a)/ who lived in the latter half of the 19th century, (b)/ were more influenced by Indian philosophy, in particular by Upanishadic Philosophy. (c) / No error (d)
  26. No sooner did I open the door (a)/ when the rain, heavy and stormy, rushed in (b)/ making us shiver from head to foot. (c)/ No error (d)
  27. After opening the door (a)/ we entered into the room (b)/ next to the kitchen. (c)/ No error (d)
  28. When the dentist came in (a)/ my tooth was stopped aching (b)/ out of fear that I might lose my tooth. (c)/ No error (d)
  29. Emphasis on equality of life ensures (a)/ for the health and happiness (b)/ of every individual. (c)/ No error (d)
  30. The students were (a)/ awaiting for (b)/ the arrival of the chief guest. (c)/ No error (d)
  31. You will come (a)/ to my party tomorrow, (b)/ isn’t it? (c)/ No error (d)
  32. Having read a number of stories (a)/ about space travel (b)/ his dream now is about to visit the Moon. (c)/ No error (d)
  33. The meeting adjourned abruptly (a)/ by the Chairman after (b)/ about three hours of deliberation. (c)/ No error (d)
  34. Not one of the hundreds (a)/ of striking workers (b)/ were allowed to go near the factory. (c)/ No error (d)
  35. If I had known (a)/ this earlier (b)/ I will have helped him. (c) / No error (d)
  36. Mr Smith was accused for murder (a)/ but the court found him not guilty (b)/ and acquitted him. (c)/ No error (d)
  37. I am told (a)/John is ill (b)/ since Monday. (c)/No error (d)
  38. I shall leave school (a)/as soon as (b)/ I shall find a job. (c)/ No error (d)
  39. He is a rich man (a)/ he is owning (b)/ a number of buildings in Bombay. (c)/No
    error (d)
  40. We were able to make it (a)/ in spite of (b)/ a bad weather. (c)/ No error (d)
  41. Neither of the letters of credit (a)/ were useful (b)/ when he needed it. (c)/ No error (d)
  42. Little he realised (a)/ that he wouldn’t live (b)/ to see his grandson married. (c)/ No error (d)
  43. A difficult syllabus (a)/ is supposed to hurt (b)/ juvenile mind. (c)/No error (d)
  44. The voice of sanity and patriotism (a)/ are important to dispel (b)/ the prevailing confusion. (c)/ No error (d)
  45. You were going to explain (a)/ your late arrival, (b)/ isn’t it? (c)/ No error (d)
1 b10 c19 b28 b37 b
2 c11 c20 c29 b38 c
3 b12 a21 b30 b39 b
4 b13 d22 a31 c40 d
5 c14 c23 a32 c41 b
6 d15 a24 c33 a42 a
7 c16 b25 c34 c43 c
8 b17 c26 b35 c44 b
9 c18 b27 b36 a45 c

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