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Part Errors (Grammar): Test-6

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Question 1
Identify the error in the sentence given below.
A
To know what people react to
B
an unforeseen situation
C
is very important
D
to decide our course of action.
E
No error
Question 1 Explanation: 
To know how people react to ‘How people’ depicts the way in which people will react to the situation.
Question 2
Identify the error in the sentence given below.
A
Some people like
B
to do some social
C
work even though
D
it lacks resources.
E
No error
Question 2 Explanation: 
They lack resources ‘It’ is related to ‘some people’ so ‘it lacks’ will not be used, rather ‘they lack’ will be used.
Question 3
Identify the error in the sentence given below.
A
His qualities include
B
the ability to take
C
right and quickly decisions
D
on important policies.
E
No error
Question 3 Explanation: 
right and quick decisions ‘Right’ and ‘quick’ are the adjectives used for ‘decisions’. ‘Quickly’ is the adverb to depict the way in which decisions are made.
Question 4
Identify the error in the sentence given below.
A
A group of youngsters
B
has lend financial assistance
C
to the flood-affected
D
people of the villages.
E
No error
Question 4 Explanation: 
has lent financial assistance The tense in the sentence is ‘present’, hence ‘has lent’ will be used.
Question 5
Identify the error in the sentence given below.
A
India has entered a downward spiral
B
where the organized, productive
C
and law abide sectors are subject to
D
savage amounts of multiple taxes.
E
No error
Question 5 Explanation: 
and law-abiding sectors are subject to Law-abiding will be the adjective used for sectors.
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