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Hello Readers, As you know that Spotting Error types question is an important part of competitive examinations and seldom any book provide you the detailed solution. So we have decided to provide you the previous year questions of spotting error along with the Explanation . If you like it let us know, you can also ask for detailed solutions of questions that are bothering you. 1. I found (a)/ the two first chapters of the book (b)/ particularly interesting. (c)/ No error (d) Answer (b) Explanation : It should be ‘the first two chapters’ . 2. Bacon, the father of the English easy (a) / had a thirst (b) / of knowledge (c) / No error (d) Answer (a) Explanation : The English means the citizen of England. Article is not used before language
Competition Zenith brings you a post on Error Spotting to boost your English for competitive exams. We are providing you the specifically chosen questions from previous year papers of SSC CGL with the best possible explanation in simplest of the language. Below are some questions with explanation: Questions 1. Have trust on(a)/God and everything(b) /will be right.(c) /(d) No error 2. The cattles (a) /are grazing (b) /in the fields.(c) /(d) No error 3. He is one of (a)/ the best novelists (b) /that has ever lived. Do you agree? (c)/no error (d) 4. On a rainy day (a) /I enjoy to watch TV (b) / with a hot cup of tea.(c ) /no error(d) 5. No sooner did (a)/I reach (b)/ Patna railway station than the train departed(c)/no error (d) 6. There is no agreement (a) / between you and I (b) /so we are free to go our way(c) /no error (d) 7. A variety of books (a) / is available in the market (b) / to help the students qualify the competitive examinations.(c) /no error 8.
Introduction. There two ways to convey a message of a person, or the words spoken by a person to other person. 1. Direct speech 2. Indirect speech Suppose your friend whose name is Vipul tells you in College , “I will give you a pen”. You come to home and you want to tell your brother what your friend told you. There are two ways to tell him. Direct speech: Vipul said, “I will give you a pen”. Indirect Speech: Vipul said that he would give me a pen. In direct speech the original words of person are narrated (no change is made) and are enclosed in quotation mark. While in indirect speech some changes are made in original words of the person because these words have been spoken in past so the tense will change accordingly and pronoun may also be changed accordingly. In indirect speech the statement of the person is not enclosed in quotation marks, the word “ that ” may be used before the statement to show that it is indirect sp