Spotting Error Set 86

Directions : 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 “No Error” as you answer.

Q1. In February this year, India (1)/took baby steps towards discovering (2)/wind energy tariffs by auctions rather than(3)/ feed-in tariffs fixed by regulatory commissions(4)/.
A) (1)           B) (2)          C) (3)             D) (4)           E) No error

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 Option C
Explanation: 
by = through

Q2. For instance, Karnataka cancelled 400 MW (1)/of existing PPAs leaving developers (2)/with no option but(3)/ go for resource-intensive legal remedies(4)/.

A) (1)           B) (2)            C) (3)             D) (4)             E) No error

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  Option D
Explanation: 
to go

Q3. Additional problems such as (1)/arbitrary curtailments of wind power and backlogs (2)/in payment by Tamil Nadu’s electric utility further eroded (3)/their faith in participating in the auctions at low margins(4)/.

A) (1)            B) (2)            C) (3)            D) (4)               E) No error

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 Option B
Explanation: 
curtailments= curtailment

Q4. The Farooqui verdict(1)/ risks widening the (2)/notion of ‘consent’ as(3)/ a defence in rape cases(4)/

A) (1)            B) (2)           C) (3)           D) (4)              E) No error

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 Option E

Q5. Requiring a victim (1)/to prove her refusal had been(2)/ understood by the person who assaulted(3)/ her is an unreasonable burden(4)/.

A) (1)           B) (2)            C) (3)             D) (4)             E) No error

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 Option B
Explanation: 
to prove that her refusal

Q6. When superior court orders (1)/contain such remarks, there is an inherent danger (2)/that they could be seen (3)/as a legal basis for deciding rape cases(4)/.

A) (1)           B) (2)             C) (3)               D) (4)             E) No error

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 Option D
Explanation: 
rape cases = cases of rape

Q7. The US-India relationship has grown exponentially(1)/, and our people-to-people ties are closely (2)/interwoven, as demonstrated by increases in travel(3)/, cultural exchanges and business partnerships, all of which reflect our shared values(4)/.

A) (1)           B) (2)                C) (3)              D) (4)              E) No error

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   Option E
Explanation:
 No Error

Q8. Child custody disputes(1)/ that sometimes erupt when a marriages (2)/dissolves create challenging(3)/ and disruptive environments for children(4)/.

A) (1)          B) (2)               C) (3)               D) (4)             E) No error

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   Option B
Explanation:
 marriage

Q9.  If a court orders children to be returned(1)/ to their home country, it is then up(2)/ to the courts there to decide over custody(3)/, in the best interests of the children(4)/.

A) (1)         B) (2)            C) (3)             D) (4)              E) No error

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 Option C
Explanation: 
over = on

Q10. Further, many resources exist for (1)/victims of domestic violence in Convention countries(2)/. For example, US laws (3)/criminalise domestic violence and protect all victims(4)/.

A) (1)            B) (2)              C) (3)          D) (4)             E) No error

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  Option E
Explanation:
 No Error

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