Spotting Error Set -48

Direction: In each of the question given below, You have to identify the error.

Q1. Every doctor, patient and nurse (1)/ were concerned (2)/ about the strike (3)/ in the hospital. (4)
A) 1         B) 2          C) 3          D) 4           E) No Error

Answers

 Option B
Explanation
: were=> was ; Every- singular

Q2. While governments in India have adopted (1)/ electronic means to streamline their procurement process, (2)/ the data generated by this portals have not been (3)/ used to derive any meaningful information. (4)
A) 1           B) 2          C) 3          D) 4             E) No Error

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 Option C
Explanation
: this=> these [plural]

Q3. Amidst the outpouring of literature on global warming (1)/ and what the world should do about them, (2)/ there is very little on the relationship (3)/ between capital and global warming. (4)
A) 1           B) 2             C) 3             D) 4          E) No Error

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 Option B
Explanation
: them=> it

Q4. In 1997, the Indian government fully opened for(1)/ the upstream hydrocarbon industry to private investors (2)/ through a structured process of reforms and awarded a number of (3)/ exploration licenses through several rounds of competitive bids. (4)
A) 1            B) 2          C) 3             D) 4         E) No Error

Answers

Option A
Explanation
: opened for=> opened up; the government opened up the hydrocarbon industry for private players.

Q5. In sentence Justice C S Karnan to (1)/ six months’ imprisonment for (2)/ contempt of court on 9 May, (3)/ the Supreme Court has caused itself immense damage. (4)
A) 1           B) 2           C) 3            D) 4          E) No Error

Answers

 Option A
Explanation
: sentence=> sentencing

Q6. The interest to create happiness (1)/ in a gloomy world riddled with (2)/ crises and turmoil appears to be (3)/ the new agenda of international organisations. (4)
A) 1          B) 2           C) 3          D) 4             E) No Error

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 Option E

Q7. Paying farmers for ecosystem services that they provide could be a novel way to achieve (1)/ multiple goals to doubling the farm incomes, (2)/ reducing rural–urban migration (3)/ and reducing pressure on urban infrastructure in India. (4)
A) 1             B) 2            C) 3             D) 4            E) No Error

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 Option B
Explanation
: goals to doubling=> goals of doubling

Q8. An increased disposable income (1)/ among Indians have expanded (2)/ their tobacco purchasing (3)/ power and tobacco consumption. (4)
A) 1           B) 2             C) 3           D) 4            E) No Error

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 Option B
Explanation
: have=> has

Q9. Afghanistan is clear unprepared for a massive influx of refugees, (1)/ and human rights groups have raised concerns (2)/ about their future in a country ripped apart by war and terrorism (3)/ with a worsening security situation. (4)
A) 1            B) 2           C) 3           D) 4           E) No Error

Answers

 Option A
Explanation
: clear=> clearly;

Q10. Over the last 22 years, (1)/ there has been attempts (2)/ by different governments to merge (3)/ state-owned oil companies to create a mega company. (4)
A) 1               B) 2           C) 3           D) 4           E) No Error

Answers

 Option B
Explanation
: has=> have; [attempts]

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