Find Grammatical Error PDF 1 : SBI/IBPS/Other Exams

Find Grammatical Error

Find Grammatical Error PDF 1 : SBI/ IBPS/ Other Exams

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We are here with sets of Find the grammatical Error PDF which are very important for all competitive exams. Questions from this section is common in all banking exams like SBI, IBPS, others and SSC exams. Here is a small preview of the sheet

Directions for questions 1-10: Which of the phrases (A), (B), (C) and (D) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark (E) as the answer.

  1. Being a successful businessman demands hard work, honesty, persuasive skills and sound market knowledge.
    (A) To be a successful business who demands
    (B) Being a successfully demanding businessman
    (C) To be a successful businessman demanding
    (D) For being a successful demanding businessman
    (E) No correction required
  2. Was it they who were accused of stealing the neighbor’s car?
    (A) Were it they who were
    (B) Was it they who had
    (C) were they who
    (D) Were it they who
    (E) No correction required
  3. The doctor has advised him to lay in bed at least for two weeks.
    (A) That he lay in bed
    (B) that he lays in bed
    (C) to lie in bed
    (D) to be laid in bed
    (E) No correction required
  4. He is the only one of the members who have paid all the dues.
    (A) Member who has paid
    (B) Members who have been paying
    (C) Member who has been paid
    (D) members who has paid
    (E) No correction required
  5. Neither any of the members of the society nor the Chairman were present for the annual meeting.
    (A) Were present at
    (B) was present for
    (C) have been present
    (D) has been present for
    (E) No correction required

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