Spotting Error Set -63

In each of the following sentences, find if any part of the sentence (1), (2), (3) or (4) contains error. If there is no error mark E) as you answer.

Q1. There are so many religions in the country,(1)/ so many cultures, ideologies and languages,(2)/ but despite that, the country is unitary(3)/ only because of these principles.(4)
A)(1)          B)(2)              C)(3)             D)(4)             E) No correction required.

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  Option C
Explanation: unitary should be replaced by united.

Q2. If I talk about just  India,(1)/ the manner in which the number (2)/of mental patients is(3)/growing is a matter of concern.(4)

A)(1)               B)(2)                 C)(3)           D)(4)             E) no correction required.

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  Option A
Explanation: about just should be replaced by just about 

Q3. The alleged murder of a woman(1)/ prisoner and subsequent riots by enraged female(2)/ inmates of the Byculla jail is a wakeup (3)/call on the state of affairs inside prison walls.(4)

A)(1)                B)(2)            C)(3)                D)(4)                  E) No correction required.

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 Option B
Explanation:riots should be replaced by rioting.

Q4. GST is a landmark step as it has the potential to catalyse changes(1)/ in many other areas. One of the benefits is expected to(2)/ be a favourable environment for Indian manufacturing and(3)/ ‘Make in India’, taking the country on the path to industrialisation.(4)

A)(1)              B)(2)              C)(3)               D)(4)              E) No correction required.

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  Option E
Explanation:No correction needed.

Q5. There is now a widely held view(1)/ that for some time now, (2)/the ‘animal spirits’ of(3)/ Indian enterprise has remained subdued.(4)

A)(1)               B)(2)                 C)(3)                   D)(4)                 E) No correction required.

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 Option D
Explanation:has > have

Q6. Even if  the government seeks(1)/ to ease the business environment,(2)/ judicial activism and bureaucratic(3)/ inertia continue to dampen sentiment.(4)

A)(1)              B)(2)              C)(3)             D)(4)               E)No correction required.

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  Option A
Explanation: Even if > even as 

 Q7. The programme empoweres women from weaker sections(1)/ of society to stand on their feet(2)/ and help them making an even larger (3)/contribution to their families and to their communities.(4)

A)(1)                 B)(2)               C)(3)               D)(4)                 E) No correction required.

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   Option C
Explanation:making > make 

Q8. Exercising doesn’t always need to be vigorous, and yoga doesn’t have to always be done on a mat.(1)/ When all you want to do is sit and watch the rain, or you’re set for a difficult week(2)/ and the only time you have is when you’re sitting out on (3)/your balcony to read the newspaper, do these just before you sip up your tea.(4)

A)(1)             B)(2)               C)(3)                  D)(4)                 E) No correction required.

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 Option D
Explanation:sip up>sip on 

Q9. Speaking out against lynchings, Prime Minister Narendra Modi(1)/ did well to assert that nobody has the right to(2)/ take the law in his own hands and that indulging in(3)/ violence in the name of ‘gau bhakti’ is against the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi.(4)

A)(1)               B)(2)              C)(3)            D)(4)               E)No correction required.

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Option C
Explanation:in > into  

Q10. India has emerged as the economic pole of global growth(1)/ by surpassing China and is expected to(2)/ maintain it’s lead over the coming decade,(3)/ says a new study by Harvard University.(4)

A)(1)                B)(2)              C)(3)            D)(4)           E) No correction required.

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 Option C
Explanation:it’s should be replaced by its 

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