Q1.
Directions : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatically error in it. Ignore the error of punctuation, if any.

After a complaint was filed (1)/ police teams was given the photograph (2) / of the accused from the CCTV footage (3) /recorded at the hotel (4)/ No error (5)

(a)After a complaint was filed

(b) police teams was given the photograph 

(c) of the accused from the CCTV footage 

(d)recorded at the hotel

(e) No error

Q2.

Activists opposing the rail project said (1)/ that the eleven new fly over’s to be built (2) / would practically ring (3) / the death knell for the city (4)/ No error (5)

(a)Activists opposing the rail project said

(b) that the eleven new fly over’s to be built 

(c) would practically ring 

(d) the death knell for the city

(e) No error 

Q3.

People who play (1)/ their radios too (2)/ loud have no(3)/ considerations for others(4)/No error (5)

(a)People who play

(b) their radios too

(c) loud have no

(d) considerations for others

(e)No error

Q4.

The hovel has neither (1)/ an interesting (2)/ plot, nor any (3)/ interesting character (4)/ No  error (5)

(a)The hovel has neither

(b) an interesting

(c) plot, nor any

(d) interesting character

(e) No  error

Q5.

If you were given a (1)/ chance to live in (2)/ some other country, which (3)/ one would you have chosen? (4)/ No error (5)

(a) If you were given a

(b) chance to live in

(c) some other country, which

(d) one would you have chosen?

(e) No error

Q6.
Direction : Pick out the most effective pairs of words to make the sentence meaningfully correct.

 -- appears to be a small error in the beginning may turn Out to be a   -- in the long run.

(a)It, disaster

(b)What, blunder

(c)That, debacle

(d)It, slip

(e)What, incident

Q7.

Being very -- in nature, he always uses his -- skills.

(a)adamant, soft

(b)polite, basic

(c)humble, experimental

(d)pushy, persuasive

(e)mild, aggressive

Q8.

Demand and supply do not -- the same relationship as the one that --------  between height and weight.

(a)possess, has

(b)incur, is

(c)defend, volunteers

(d)bear, borne

(e)have, exists

Q9.

If the system   to yield the desired result, try to the whole procedure in the given sequence.

(a)entitles, dump

(b)ignores, reproduce

(c)fails, reoperate

(d)imitates, generate

(e)equips, encompass

Q10.

He is so -- in his approach that not a single point ever -- his attention.

(a)meticulous, escapes

(b)casual, erodes

(c)fanatic, brings

(d)deliberate, attracts

(e)nasty, coincides

Q11.

Directions :Rearrange the following five sentences (A).(B), (C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph then answer the questions given below them.

(A)During this aging process, you had first heard statements such as You can’t ride your bicycle until you are seven, and You can’t drive a car until you’re 18.

(B)But, you need to remember that part of you has an ageless mind and is quite oblivious to the physical aging process  you just need to encourage it to overcome this excuse of being old,

(C)The age excuse of being too old comes from an inclination to identify yourself with the number of trips you have made around the sun.

(D)The age of your body can seem to be quite an obstacle on the road to changing long held thinking habits.

(E)Then at some point you discovered that you went from being not old enough to being too old.

Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

(a)A

(b)B

(c)C

(d)D

(e)E

Q12.

Which of the following will be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement ?

(a)A

(b)B

(c)C

(d)D

(e)F

Q13.

Which of the following will be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement ?

(a)A

(b)B

(c)C

(d)D

(e)E

Q14.

Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement ?

(a)A

(b)B

(c)C

(d)D

(e)E

Q15.

Which of the following will be the FIFTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement ?

(a)A

(b)B

(c)C

(d)D

(e)E

Q16.
Direction : Which of the phrases  given below should replace the phrase given in the bold in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically correct.

As soon as I will reachBanga¬lore, I will repay the loan,

(a)shall reach

(b)should reach

(c)would reach

(d)reach

(e)No correction required

Q17.

The nationwide survey has brought up an interesting find¬ing which is published.(1)had brought up(2)has brought out(3)has been brought up(4)will bring up(5)No correction required

(a)had brought up

(b)has brought out

(c)has been brought up

(d)will bring up

(e)No correction required

Q18.

11 In guest rooms, the central por¬tion Is generally reserved for sofa set.(1)generally Is reserved(2)Is reserved generally(3)was generally reserved(4)are generally reserved(5)No correction required

(a)generally Is reserved

(b)Is reserved generally

(c)was generally reserved

(d)are generally reserved

(e)No correction required

Q19.

In the production of desert trees. Nature seems sometimes to have been experimentingwith the truly strange.

(a)seem to have been sometimes experimenting

(b)seems sometimes to have been experimented

(c)sometimes seen to be experimented

(d)sometimes seem1 to have experimented

(e)No correction required

Q20.

In the first round, the partici¬pants played in the presence of an accomplice who was commit¬teddeliberate errors.

(a)committed deliberate

(b)was to be committed deliberate

(c)had committed deliberately

(d)committed deliberately

(e)No correction required

ANSWERS :

            1 a       2 d       3 d       4 a       5 c       6 e       7 e       8 d       9 a       10 d     11 a     12 b     13 a     14 b     15 c            16 c     17 c     18 d     19 c     20 b