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Spotting Errors in English Quiz for Competitive Examinations such as SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, BANKS, CDS, NDA, MBA, RAILWAYS, PSC, etc.

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Under this section users can play unlimited number of free quiz related to Common Errors in English Sentences. This section contains 50 Common Errors questions previously asked in various competitive examinations such as SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, BANKS, CDS, NDA, MBA, RAILWAYS, PSC, etc. Under this Test / Quiz, 10 multiple choice questions related to Common Errors in English will be displayed with four options. These questions are selected randomly from our Common Errors in English database. Users will have to select one of the four options given which they think is the correct answer. After attempting all the questions users will have to select Check Result option which will take them to the result page. In the result page users will be shown detailed result such as number of correct and wrong answer along with percentage obtained. It will also show the correct answer to each questions.

Take 10 Questions Online Quiz on Common Errors / Spotting Errors in a Sentence below:

1 With the Reserve Bank of India handing out (a) / licenses for new banks as well as (b) / new types of banks such as Payment banks, (c) / Public Sector Banks will face many challenges. (d) / No error (e)

2 He was having a bath (a) / when the phone rang. (b) / Very unwillingly he got out of the bath (c) / and went to answer it. (d) No error (e)

3 Had I come (a) / to know about (b) / his difficulties (c) / I would have certainly helped. (d) / No error (e)

4 My sister and myself (a) / are pleased (b) / to accept (c) / your invitation to dinner. (d) / No error (e) [SSC Cabinet Secretariat Exam 2013]

5 As the party was going (a) / we noticed Mr. Roy fall back (b) / in his chair, (c) / gasping for breath. (d) / No error (e)

6 Now a days the cost of living (a) / is so high that (b) / people find it difficult (c) / to make both ends meeting. (d) / No error (e)

7 One of the security men (a) / rushed forward and asked (b) / me whether I had (c) / anything objectionable. (d) / No error (e)

8 There are several ways (a) / of investing money prudently (b) / and making substantial profit (c) / from the investments. (d) / No error (e)

9 If I would have realised (a) / what a bad shape our library is in (b) / I would have done something (c) / to arrest the deterioration. (d) / No error (e)

10 The recent study has (a) / indicated that there (b) / is perceptible change in (c) / the attitudes of the people. (d) / No error (e)