Spotting Error Set 87

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.These charges are paid (1)/by a telecom services provider whose(2)/ subscriber makes a call to the (3)/service provider whose subscriber receives the call(4)/.
A) (1)      B) (2)        C) (3)         D) (4)         E) NE

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Option E 

Q2. While the top operators had pitched for doubling the mobile termination charges(1)/ over 30 paise “to recover their cost,” the newer rival had suggested zero charges (2)/and shifting to the bill-and-keep regime, under which (3)/operators bill their own subscribers for outgoing calls and keep the revenue received(4)/.

A) (1)      B) (2)          C) (3)           D) (4)          E) NE

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 Option B
Explanation:
 “to” over

Q3. The industry anticipates that TRAI’s decision to cut IUC and gradually do away with it (1)/will lead to a loss of over Rs. 5,000 crore annually (2)/to the three big incumbents, while resulting in an (3)/annual savings of around the same amount to Reliance Jio(4)/.

A) (1)          B) (2)             C) (3)         D) (4)             E) NE

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  Option D
Explanation: 
savings = saving

 

Q4. TRAI points out that the cost of voice turns out to be fraction(1)/ of a paisa/minute on over-the-top applications such as Skype or WhatsApp (2)/and it will be virtually impossible for a telecom service provider(3)/ to compete against these if additional cost in the form of MTC is imposed(4)/.

A) (1)         B) (2)            C) (3)             D) (4)            E) NE

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  Option E
Explanation:
 No Error

Q5. There are statements out in his (1)/support. He had addressed the media(2)/, calling for a public debate (3)/on the questions he has raised in his writing(4)/.

A) (1)          B) (2)             C) (3)            D) (4)              E) NE

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  Option B
Explanation: 
had= has

Q6. The Indian Constitution is built on the words, ideas and struggles (1)/of those who had led entire movements for the annihilation of caste(2)/, with the figure of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar calling into memory(3)/ the countless others who marched with him and before him(4)/.

A) (1)           B) (2)            C) (3)             D) (4)              E) NE

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   Option B
Explanation: 
omit “had”

Q7. There is undoubtedly rage (1)/ over the gross injustice of the(2)/  caste order that come through (3)/ unequivocally in his argument(4)/.

A) (1)        B) (2)            C) (3)              D) (4)              E) NE

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 Option B
Explanation: 
injustice= injustices

Q8. Within the Hindu social order that ordains work, occupation, livelihood and status(1)/ according to birth and restrains individuals from moving away from(2)/ their pre-ordained status, it is important to question fundamental basis of (3)/this status if we are to shed the oppression of caste(4)/.

A) (1)            B) (2)           C) (3)              D) (4)               E) NE

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 Option C
Explanation: 
“the” fundamental basis

Q9.  Women have a pre-ordained status in the caste order(1)/ which saw the practice of gruesome violence with impunity, something we have still not been able to(2)/ annihilate effectively even in the constitutional era despite a century and a half of (3)/the most powerful critiques against the enslavement of women especially by anti-caste philosophers(4)/.

A) (1)            B) (2)            C) (3)           D) (4)               E) NE

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   Option E
Explanation
: No Error

Q10. If the classes most subjected to injustice are to rise and claim their rights(1)/ under the Constitution of India —(2)/ fraternity, equality, dignity and liberty — there must be a clear debate (3)/on what ail our social systems and how we might reckon with our past(4)/.

A) (1)            B) (2)           C) (3)             D) (4)              E) NE

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 Option D
Explanation: 
ail= ails

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