By Amrita Ghosh
In each of the given sentences, identify the erroneous part.
- (A) Who’s pencil/ (B)box is/ (C) that?/ (D) No error
- (A) I like/ (B)her fashion/ (C)sense alot. / (D) No error
- (A) He walked/ (B)in to the/ (C) office with an arrogant smirk./ (D) No error
- (A) I hope/ (B) that they/ (C) do not loose/ (D) today’s match.
- (A) He is better/ (B)at driving/ (C) then his brother./ (D) No error
- (A) She shoulda/ (B)spoken to me/ (C) about this earlier./ (D) No error
- (A) I ensure/ (B)you that/ (C) he will get the job done./ (D) No error
- (A) I am/ (B)flattered by/ (C) your complement./ (D) No error
- (A) I have no/ (B) farther questions/ (C) in this regard./ (D) No error
- (A)I wish / (B) to visit/ (C) paris one day./ (D) No error
- (A) I am finding/ (B) it difficult/ (C) to choose between/ (D) all these items.
- (A) The Sandy Hills/ (B) lay between/ (C) the two nations./ (D) No error
- (A) I am going to/ (B) withdraw cash/ (C) from the ATM machine./ (D) No error
- (A) I cannot go/ (B) home whether/ (C) you do not drive me back./ (D) No error
- (A) I have to return/ (B) early today since/ (C) my mother is ill./ (D) No error
- (A) If you except/ (B) to make everyone happy,/ (C) you shall be disappointed./ (D) No error
- (A) Magicians use/ (B) allusions to/ (C) entertain the audience./ (D) No error
- (A) May I/ (B) lend your/ (C) sharpener?/ (D) No error
- (A) The boy/ (B) was involved in/ (C) elicit drug trafficking./ (D) No error
- (A) She has/ (B) past the grade/ (C) with flying colours./ (D) No error
- A. “Who’s pencil” should be “Whose pencil”.
- C. “…sense alot” should be “sense a lot”.
- B. “…in to the” should be “into the”.
- C. “…do not loose” should be “do not lose”.
- C. “…then his brother” should be “than his brother”.
- A. “She shoulda” should be “She should have”.
- A. “I ensure” should be “I assure”.
- C. “…your complement” should be “your compliment”.
- B. “…farther questions” should be “further questions”.
- C. “…paris one day” should be “Paris one day”.
- C. “…to choose between” should “to choose among”.
- B. “…lay between” should be “lie between”.
- C. “…from the ATM machine” should be “from the ATM”.
- B. “…home whether” should be “…home if”.
- B. “…early today since” should “early today because”.
- A. “If you except” should be “If you expect”.
- B. “…allusions to” should be “illusions to”.
- B. “…lend your” should be “borrow your”.
- C. “…elicit drug trafficking” should be “illicit drug trafficking”.
- B. “…past the grade” should be “passed the grade”.
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