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Which part of the following sentence contains a grammatical error?
The price of (a)/ all petroleum products (b)/ is controlled (c)/ by the Government. (d)
There is a (a)/ tax benefit for (b)/ the income of (c)/ senior citizens. (d)
Replace ‘for’ with ‘on’.
In my opinion (a)/ Vikas has (b)/ failed to follow (c)/ none of the instructions. (d)
Replace ‘None’ with ‘any’.
At least of (a)/ three percent of (b)/ those who applied (c)/ will be selected. (d)
He was a (a)/ well known economist (b)/ who usual wrote (c)/ for international journals. (d)
Replace ‘usual’ with ‘usually’.
She had seen (a)/ the approaching truck (b)/ and had jumping (c)/ out of the way. (d)
Replace ‘jumping’ with ‘jumped’.
Every home and office (a)/ needs the latest equipment (b)/ for keep up (c)/ with times. (d)
Replace ‘for keep up’ with ‘to keep up’.
The state government (a)/ has send reports (b)/ to the centre (c)/ on the situation. (d)
Replace ‘send’ with ‘sent’.
The principle that (a)/ a pen is mightier (b)/ then a sword (c)/ was known to early Greeks. (d)
Replace ‘then’ with ‘than’.
Martha missed her dog (a)/ who died of a (b)/ skin infection at a (c)/ very young age. (d)
Relative pronoun used for animals is ‘which’ and not ‘who’.
He walked as faster (a)/ as he could so that (b)/ he would not (c)/ miss the train to work. (d)
‘As fast’ is the correct use
She shared (a)/ all her secrets with (b)/ Suman as they had been (c)/ friends with childhood. (d)
Instead of the phrase ‘friends with childhood’ we should use ‘friends since childhood’.
Gautam did not care (a)/ so many about (b)/ anything else as much (c)/ as he cared for his dog. (d)
Instead of the phrase ‘so many about’ we should use ‘so much about’.
You cannot change (a)/ people, but you (b)/ can definitely (c)/ change own. (d)
Instead of the phrase ‘change own’ we should use ‘change yourself’ (the reflexive form of you).
Veena wanted to (a)/ become a surgeon (b)/ and worked very hardly (c)/ to achieve this. (d)
The word ‘hardly’ means: almost no; almost not; almost none. Therefore, Instead of the phrase ‘and worked very hardly’ we should use ‘and worked very hard (Adverb)’.
Krishna ran to the (a)/ nearing grocery store to (b)/ buy biscuits as his parents (c)/ were expecting guests. (d)
Instead of the phrase ‘nearing grocery store to’ we should use ‘near by grocery store to’.
As soon so (a)/ he came home, (b)/ he showered and got (c)/ ready to go out again. (d)
‘As soon as’ is the correct form for correlative.
Drug abuse have (a)/ become one of (b)/ our most (c)/ serious social problems (d).
‘Drug abuse’ is a singular subject so the verb should be the singular ‘has’, not have.
Alexander Calder, who was originally (a)/ interested in (b)/ mechanical engineering later (c)/ became a sculpture (d).
Alexander became a Sculptor (a noun that is a subject) not a sculpture which is an object.
Studying (a)/ the science of (b)/ logic is one way to (c)/ cultivate one’s reason (d)/ skills.
It is ‘reasoning skills. ‘Reason’ is a noun which means the cause behind an action. The skill is of the ability to give reasons, which will be in the form of verb-noun i.e., reasoning.
Every candidate under (a)/ considering (b)/ for a military job must undergo (c)/ a thorough medical (d)/ examination.
Under ‘Consideration’. Considering is a verb and cannot be used with the preposition ‘under’. Only noun can follow under.
Caricature, a type (a)/ of exaggeration (b)/ is common (c)/ used in political cartoons. (d)
The word used before the verb ‘used’ will be an adverb not a noun, thus the correct use will be ‘commonly’ and not ‘common’.
Explain (a)/ why you believe (b)/ these practices (c)/ should be discontinued. (d)
Prohibited should be used.
If you employ (a)/ more systematic (b)/ methods (c)/ you can lesser your costs. (d)
Lessen should be used.
On the basics (a)/ of this data (b)/ it is worthwhile (c)/ to take this risk. (d)
Basis should be used.