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Error Location and Cloze Test for SBI Clerk Mains 2019
 
Question 1
Directions (1 to 5): A sentence in 5 parts is denoted by (1), (A), (B), (C), (D). There is an error of grammar/ idiom in parts (A), (B), (C), (D) which make the sentence either grammatically or contextually incorrect. Choose the option with parts containing error/(s) and ignore errors of punctuations if any. Note: Consider part (1) in bold/, ...
Directions (1 to 5): A sentence in 5 parts is denoted by (1), (A), (B), (C), (D). There is an error of grammar/ idiom in parts (A), (B), (C), (D) which make the sentence either grammatically or contextually incorrect. Choose the option with parts containing error/(s) and ignore errors of punctuations if any. Note: Consider part (1) in bold/ underlined as correct and error if any in (A), (B), (C), (D) will only be in two parts.
 
As we become more dependent on AI (1)/ for its military applications, we might needed to reconsider (A)/ how implementing such systems could affect (B)/ nuclear powers worldwide, many of whom find (C)/ themselves in a complicated web of alliances and political rivalries. (D)
 
 
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Question 2
Directions (1 to 5): A sentence in 5 parts is denoted by (1), (A), (B), (C), (D). There is an error of grammar/ idiom in parts (A), (B), (C), (D) which make the sentence either grammatically or contextually incorrect. Choose the option with parts containing error/(s) and ignore errors of punctuations if any. Note: Consider part (1) in bold/ underlined, ...
Directions (1 to 5): A sentence in 5 parts is denoted by (1), (A), (B), (C), (D). There is an error of grammar/ idiom in parts (A), (B), (C), (D) which make the sentence either grammatically or contextually incorrect. Choose the option with parts containing error/(s) and ignore errors of punctuations if any. Note: Consider part (1) in bold/ underlined as correct and error if any in (A), (B), (C), (D) will only be in two parts.
 
They tried to have fun (1)/ at his expense, but he (A)/ withdrew into him shell more (B)/ than ever, and they soon (C)/ learned to letting him alone. (D)
 
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Question 3
Directions (1 to 5): A sentence in 5 parts is denoted by (1), (A), (B), (C), (D). There is an error of grammar/ idiom in parts (A), (B), (C), (D) which make the sentence either grammatically or contextually incorrect. Choose the option with parts containing error/(s) and ignore errors of punctuations if any. Note: Consider part (1) in bold/, ...
Directions (1 to 5): A sentence in 5 parts is denoted by (1), (A), (B), (C), (D). There is an error of grammar/ idiom in parts (A), (B), (C), (D) which make the sentence either grammatically or contextually incorrect. Choose the option with parts containing error/(s) and ignore errors of punctuations if any. Note: Consider part (1) in bold/ underlined as correct and error if any in (A), (B), (C), (D) will only be in two parts.
 
The government has already raised (1)/ over Rs. 52, 500 crores in the current fiscal (A)/ through stake sale in public sector units, (B)/ including listing of insurance PSUs (C)/ but exchange traded fund. (D)
 
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Question 4
Directions (1 to 5): A sentence in 5 parts is denoted by (1), (A), (B), (C), (D). There is an error of grammar/ idiom in parts (A), (B), (C), (D) which make the sentence either grammatically or contextually incorrect. Choose the option with parts containing error/(s) and ignore errors of punctuations if any. Note: Consider part (1) in bold/ underlined, ...
Directions (1 to 5): A sentence in 5 parts is denoted by (1), (A), (B), (C), (D). There is an error of grammar/ idiom in parts (A), (B), (C), (D) which make the sentence either grammatically or contextually incorrect. Choose the option with parts containing error/(s) and ignore errors of punctuations if any. Note: Consider part (1) in bold/ underlined as correct and error if any in (A), (B), (C), (D) will only be in two parts.
 
AIFs are a common pool (1)/ of funds - managed by a fund manager - in (A)/ which institutional and (B)/ high net-worth individuals invested, (C)/ typically for a long-term basis. (D)
 
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Question 5
Directions (1 to 5): A sentence in 5 parts is denoted by (1), (A), (B), (C), (D). There is an error of grammar/ idiom in parts (A), (B), (C), (D) which make the sentence either grammatically or contextually incorrect. Choose the option with parts containing error/(s) and ignore errors of punctuations if any. Note: Consider part (1) in bold/ underlined, ...
Directions (1 to 5): A sentence in 5 parts is denoted by (1), (A), (B), (C), (D). There is an error of grammar/ idiom in parts (A), (B), (C), (D) which make the sentence either grammatically or contextually incorrect. Choose the option with parts containing error/(s) and ignore errors of punctuations if any. Note: Consider part (1) in bold/ underlined as correct and error if any in (A), (B), (C), (D) will only be in two parts.
 
It is probably why Sanjay (1)/ was so determined to build a second career (A)/ following his own retirement - in (B)/ the manner of the child of an alcoholic parent (C)/ resolving to be a teetotaler. (D)
 
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Question 6
Directions (6 to 10): Below, a passage is given with five labeled blanks. Below the passage, five options are given for each blank; choose the word that fits each blank most appropriately in the context of the passage   The anniversary of the 1979 revolution to _____ (6) the dictator Anastasio Somoza evokes mixed memories in, ...
Directions (6 to 10): Below, a passage is given with five labeled blanks. Below the passage, five options are given for each blank; choose the word that fits each blank most appropriately in the context of the passage
 
The anniversary of the 1979 revolution to _____ (6) the dictator Anastasio Somoza evokes mixed memories in Nicaragua. The bitter political unrest in the country, now into its fourth month, shows no sign of______ (7), with President Daniel Ortega digging in his heels. The veteran Sandinista guerrilla leader’s refusal to heed pleas to call elections next year, two years ahead of schedule, threatens to prolong the bloody conflict, with the confrontation already claiming more than 260 lives. The _______ (8) for the protests was the recent reform of the social security policy aimed at simultaneously raising individual contributions and reducing benefits. Whatever the economic rationale, the move was perceived by people as needless provocation and a double penalty. But by the time the regime saw wisdom and ________ (9) the measure, it was already too late. Anger over the social security reform morphed into broad-based opposition against the rule of Mr. Ortega, who has been in office for 11 years in his current spell in power, and his wife Rosario Murillo, who is Vice President. Mr. Ortega has scrapped constitutional limits for high office, and there is speculation that Ms. Murillo is being groomed to succeed him. Students and the business community coalesced under the banner of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy. But their demand for Mr. Ortega to quit and call early elections was met by the paramilitary forces with a heavy hand. Images depicting the______ (10) behind the refusal to allow the rescue of victims of bullet wounds went viral, rallying human rights groups and volunteers from the Roman Catholic Church. Despite the best efforts of the Nicaraguan Bishops’ Conference, the situation has worsened: more than 30 deaths were reported last week alone.
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Question 7
The anniversary of the 1979 revolution to _____ (6) the dictator Anastasio Somoza evokes mixed memories in Nicaragua. The bitter political unrest in the country, now into its fourth month, shows no sign of______ (7), with President Daniel Ortega digging in his heels. The veteran Sandinista guerrilla leader’s refusal to heed pleas to call, ...
The anniversary of the 1979 revolution to _____ (6) the dictator Anastasio Somoza evokes mixed memories in Nicaragua. The bitter political unrest in the country, now into its fourth month, shows no sign of______ (7), with President Daniel Ortega digging in his heels. The veteran Sandinista guerrilla leader’s refusal to heed pleas to call elections next year, two years ahead of schedule, threatens to prolong the bloody conflict, with the confrontation already claiming more than 260 lives. The _______ (8) for the protests was the recent reform of the social security policy aimed at simultaneously raising individual contributions and reducing benefits. Whatever the economic rationale, the move was perceived by people as needless provocation and a double penalty. But by the time the regime saw wisdom and ________ (9) the measure, it was already too late. Anger over the social security reform morphed into broad-based opposition against the rule of Mr. Ortega, who has been in office for 11 years in his current spell in power, and his wife Rosario Murillo, who is Vice President. Mr. Ortega has scrapped constitutional limits for high office, and there is speculation that Ms. Murillo is being groomed to succeed him. Students and the business community coalesced under the banner of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy. But their demand for Mr. Ortega to quit and call early elections was met by the paramilitary forces with a heavy hand. Images depicting the______ (10) behind the refusal to allow the rescue of victims of bullet wounds went viral, rallying human rights groups and volunteers from the Roman Catholic Church. Despite the best efforts of the Nicaraguan Bishops’ Conference, the situation has worsened: more than 30 deaths were reported last week alone.
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Question 8
The anniversary of the 1979 revolution to _____ (6) the dictator Anastasio Somoza evokes mixed memories in Nicaragua. The bitter political unrest in the country, now into its fourth month, shows no sign of______ (7), with President Daniel Ortega digging in his heels. The veteran Sandinista guerrilla leader’s refusal to heed pleas to call, ...
The anniversary of the 1979 revolution to _____ (6) the dictator Anastasio Somoza evokes mixed memories in Nicaragua. The bitter political unrest in the country, now into its fourth month, shows no sign of______ (7), with President Daniel Ortega digging in his heels. The veteran Sandinista guerrilla leader’s refusal to heed pleas to call elections next year, two years ahead of schedule, threatens to prolong the bloody conflict, with the confrontation already claiming more than 260 lives. The _______ (8) for the protests was the recent reform of the social security policy aimed at simultaneously raising individual contributions and reducing benefits. Whatever the economic rationale, the move was perceived by people as needless provocation and a double penalty. But by the time the regime saw wisdom and ________ (9) the measure, it was already too late. Anger over the social security reform morphed into broad-based opposition against the rule of Mr. Ortega, who has been in office for 11 years in his current spell in power, and his wife Rosario Murillo, who is Vice President. Mr. Ortega has scrapped constitutional limits for high office, and there is speculation that Ms. Murillo is being groomed to succeed him. Students and the business community coalesced under the banner of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy. But their demand for Mr. Ortega to quit and call early elections was met by the paramilitary forces with a heavy hand. Images depicting the______ (10) behind the refusal to allow the rescue of victims of bullet wounds went viral, rallying human rights groups and volunteers from the Roman Catholic Church. Despite the best efforts of the Nicaraguan Bishops’ Conference, the situation has worsened: more than 30 deaths were reported last week alone.
 
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Question 9
The anniversary of the 1979 revolution to _____ (6) the dictator Anastasio Somoza evokes mixed memories in Nicaragua. The bitter political unrest in the country, now into its fourth month, shows no sign of______ (7), with President Daniel Ortega digging in his heels. The veteran Sandinista guerrilla leader’s refusal to heed pleas to call, ...
The anniversary of the 1979 revolution to _____ (6) the dictator Anastasio Somoza evokes mixed memories in Nicaragua. The bitter political unrest in the country, now into its fourth month, shows no sign of______ (7), with President Daniel Ortega digging in his heels. The veteran Sandinista guerrilla leader’s refusal to heed pleas to call elections next year, two years ahead of schedule, threatens to prolong the bloody conflict, with the confrontation already claiming more than 260 lives. The _______ (8) for the protests was the recent reform of the social security policy aimed at simultaneously raising individual contributions and reducing benefits. Whatever the economic rationale, the move was perceived by people as needless provocation and a double penalty. But by the time the regime saw wisdom and ________ (9) the measure, it was already too late. Anger over the social security reform morphed into broad-based opposition against the rule of Mr. Ortega, who has been in office for 11 years in his current spell in power, and his wife Rosario Murillo, who is Vice President. Mr. Ortega has scrapped constitutional limits for high office, and there is speculation that Ms. Murillo is being groomed to succeed him. Students and the business community coalesced under the banner of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy. But their demand for Mr. Ortega to quit and call early elections was met by the paramilitary forces with a heavy hand. Images depicting the______ (10) behind the refusal to allow the rescue of victims of bullet wounds went viral, rallying human rights groups and volunteers from the Roman Catholic Church. Despite the best efforts of the Nicaraguan Bishops’ Conference, the situation has worsened: more than 30 deaths were reported last week alone.
 
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Question 10
The anniversary of the 1979 revolution to _____ (6) the dictator Anastasio Somoza evokes mixed memories in Nicaragua. The bitter political unrest in the country, now into its fourth month, shows no sign of______ (7), with President Daniel Ortega digging in his heels. The veteran Sandinista guerrilla leader’s refusal to heed pleas to call, ...
The anniversary of the 1979 revolution to _____ (6) the dictator Anastasio Somoza evokes mixed memories in Nicaragua. The bitter political unrest in the country, now into its fourth month, shows no sign of______ (7), with President Daniel Ortega digging in his heels. The veteran Sandinista guerrilla leader’s refusal to heed pleas to call elections next year, two years ahead of schedule, threatens to prolong the bloody conflict, with the confrontation already claiming more than 260 lives. The _______ (8) for the protests was the recent reform of the social security policy aimed at simultaneously raising individual contributions and reducing benefits. Whatever the economic rationale, the move was perceived by people as needless provocation and a double penalty. But by the time the regime saw wisdom and ________ (9) the measure, it was already too late. Anger over the social security reform morphed into broad-based opposition against the rule of Mr. Ortega, who has been in office for 11 years in his current spell in power, and his wife Rosario Murillo, who is Vice President. Mr. Ortega has scrapped constitutional limits for high office, and there is speculation that Ms. Murillo is being groomed to succeed him. Students and the business community coalesced under the banner of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy. But their demand for Mr. Ortega to quit and call early elections was met by the paramilitary forces with a heavy hand. Images depicting the______ (10) behind the refusal to allow the rescue of victims of bullet wounds went viral, rallying human rights groups and volunteers from the Roman Catholic Church. Despite the best efforts of the Nicaraguan Bishops’ Conference, the situation has worsened: more than 30 deaths were reported last week alone.
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