AAO Exam-CT 4: English (Error Spotting - Vocabulary)

AAO Exam-CT 4- English (Error Spotting - Vocabulary)

 0  174
AAO Exam-CT 4: English (Error Spotting - Vocabulary)

1. Directions: In the following sentence, four words are given in bold out of which one word is misspelled. Find the misspelled word.

They applauded (A) all his tricks (B) and at the end of the performence (C) begged him earnestly (D) not to go away again and leave them.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • No error

2. In the following sentence, four words or phrases have been printed in bold. One bold part in the sentence is not acceptable in Standard English. Pick up that part and mark its number. If there are no errors in the bold parts, mark (5) i.e. No error as the answer.

Unlike drugs admnistered/(A) to the sick, vaccines have a higher/(B) bar of proving themselves safe/(C) as they are given to the healthy/(D).

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • None of the above

3. Directions: In the following sentence, five words are given in bold, out of which one word is misspelled. Find the misspelled word.

The stratagic(A) dimensions of Indo-Vietnamese relations, initiated(B) during the 1980s, began unfolding in the form of structured(C) and institutional(D) arrangements(E) during the 1990s.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E

4. Directions: In the following sentence, five words are given in bold, out of which one word is misspelled. Find the misspelled word.

Many governments(A) around the world struggle(B) to adress(C) the problem(D) of inequity(E) in access to life-saving products such as vaccines.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E

5. Directions: In the following questions, a sentence is given with five words marked as (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). These words may or may not be placed in their places. Four options with different arrangements of these words are given. Mark the option with the correct arrangement as the answer. If no change is required, mark 'No arrangement required’ as your answer.

In growing(A), the country(B) industry is India(C) immensely thus animation(D) the making(E) a destination for the outsourcing of animation work.

  • BCDEA
  • CDAEB
  • ACBDE
  • CDEAB
  • No rearrangement

6. Directions: In the following questions, a sentence is given with five words marked as (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). These words may or may not be placed in their places. Four options with different arrangements of these words are given. Mark the option with the correct arrangement as the answer. If no change is required, mark 'No arrangement required’ as your answer.

A dog is completely environment(A) on its health(B) for all its owner(C), including the need for good needs(D)  and a safe dependent(E).

  • ABCDE
  • ADBCE
  • ECDBA
  • DCBAE
  • No rearrangement

7. Directions: In the following questions, a sentence is given with five words marked as (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). These words may or may not be placed in their places. Four options with different arrangements of these words are given. Mark the option with the correct arrangement as the answer. If no change is required, mark 'No arrangement required’ as your answer

I am house(A) a big friends(B) next week at my inviting(C) and I am party(D) all my close having(E)

  • ABDCE
  • ACBDE
  • EDACB
  • EDBAC
  • No rearrangement

 8. In the following question, a sentence is given with four words marked as (A), (B), (C), and (D). These words may or may not be placed in the correct order. Four options with different arrangements of these words have been provided. 

We are told that the Taliban’s takeover(A) in Afghanistan has aggressive(B) serious threats of cross-border infiltration(C) from Pakistan, while China, our other tense neighbour, has been increasingly revived(D) over the past year.

  • A-D
  • B-C
  • B-D
  • A-B
  • A-C

9. Directions: In the sentence, certain words are in bold and numbered from A to H, which are the possible pairs to be interchanged. Choose the pair(s) of the words that need(s) to be interchanged to make the sentence grammatically correct and meaningful.

a. The drafting committee(A) worked subjected(B) the night in a vain(C) attempt to finish on schedule(D).
b. He was through(E) to the most vicious(F) calumny, but he never(G) complained and never sued(H).

  • B-E
  • A-G
  • C-H
  • D-F
  • C-D

10. Directions: In the sentence, certain words are in bold and numbered from A to H, which are the possible pairs to be interchanged. Choose the pair(s) of the words that need(s) to be interchanged to make the sentence grammatically correct and meaningful.

a. Easy payment schemes(A) are often possible(B) and for the withdrawn(C) or those in receipt of benefits colleges often waive(D) tuition fees.
b. There was some debate(E) as to whether the benefit(F) scheme should be unemployed(G) or simply allowed to wither(H) on the vine.

  • G-B
  • C-H
  • C-G
  • E-F
  • A-D

What's Your Reaction?

like

dislike

love

funny

angry

sad

wow