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Adjectives practice : lesson 1 (in Hindi)
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This lesson gives you an introduction to this session and also covers a few practice questions....

Sidhant Sharma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Sidhant Sharma
Cleared SSC, AFCAT, UPSC CDS .... teaching English since 2015.....teacher by passion....

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Thanks sir...topic target series bht helpful prove ho rhi h
  1. ADJECTIVES A practice session on spotting the errors Presented by SIDHANT SHARMA


  3. .a)/ A holiday by b)/ the sea is good c)/ than a holiday d)/ in the mountains. e)/ No error

  4. a)/ The technician reminded b)/ them to have a thoroughly c)/ cleaning of the d)/ machine after each use. e)/ No error

  5. a)/ The driver tried his best b)/ to avert the accident by c)/ bringing the car d)/ to a suddenly stop. e)/ No error

  6. a)/ Raghav did not care b)/ so many about b)/ anything else as much c)/ as he cared d)/ for his dog. e)/ No error

  7. a)/ He walked as faster b)/ as he could so that (c/ he would not (d/ miss the train to work. e)/ No error

  8. a)/ My observation is that b)/ between Vivek and Shashi, c)/ Vivek is d)/ the most intelligent. e)/ No error

  9. .a)/ Veena wants to b)/ become a surgeon c)/ and works very hardly d)/ to achieve this. e)/ No error

  10. Difference between hard and hardI Hard is same in case of adjective or adverb Hardly is an adverb which means almost negligible. He hit the ball hard. I was hardly prepared for my exam

  11. .a)/ From all accounts b)/ I learn that he is the best c)/ and honest member d)/ of the new Cabinet. d)/ No error

  12. a)/ The flood situation this year b)/ is worst than c)/ that prevailed d)/ in the last year. e)/ No error

  13. He wanted (A) certain boy (B)/ to make entry into (C) / the Principal's chamber (D) No Error (E)

  14. These sort of men (A)/ attain worldly success by hook or by crook (B) so they deserve to (C) / be looked down upon (D) / No Error (E)

  15. In spite of facing (A)/ much problems, he did not (B) /desert the path (C)/of honesty (D) / No Error (E)

  16. Whole the chapter (A) of the book is full of printing (B)/ errors which are the outcome (C) /of the proof reader's carelessness (D)/ No Error (E)

  17. He did not (A)/ like to lend me (B) / some book (C) or any money (D)/ No Error (E)

  18. Opinion: pretty, horrible, lovely Size: huge, tiny, big, little Age: old, young, new Shape: round, square, triangular Colour: black, red, Colour: black, red, yellovw Origin: British, Chinese, French Material: woollen, wooden, silk Purpose: writing (paper), school (shoes)

  19. It is a fact that (A) Mahatma Gandhi was (B) / the first politician (C) / of his time (D) / No Error (E)

  20. This book is (A)/ undoubtedly preferable than (B) that in many respects and its printing (C) / is also comparatively good (D) / No Error (E)

  21. -of the two (A) / players, he (B) / is the luckiest, (C) / be sure (D) No Error (E)

  22. *You can trust (A) / this agency (B) / for the last news (C)/ of this week (D) No Error (E)

  23. Rita can sing (A) much than fifty songs ata (B) / Stretch and she has developed (C) / this ability by laboring hard (D) No Error (E)

  24. She has a remarkably (A) / lovingly appearance (B) which brings her honour (C) / and admiration as well (D) / No Error (E)

  25. Gold is the more precious (A) / of all the metals (B) / that are used in ornaments (C) / as far as we all know (D) / No Error (E)

  26. He is a most (A) successful man (B) / in the world (C) / I have ever known (D) / No Error (E)

  27. No less (A)/ than fifty persons are sitting (B) in the hall and waiting for their (C) / beloved artiste's appearance on the state (D) / No Error (E)

  28. Now-a-days (A) / the weather (B) / is getting cold and (C) / colder (D) / No Error (E)

  29. He often tells (A)/us that he does not (B) / like anything more than (C) sleeping peacefully (D) / No Error (E)

  30. None can (A) / believe that (B) / Ramesh is happier (C) / than grieved to know (D) No Error (E)

  31. This is the (A) more difficult sum (B) / I have ever solved (C) within five minutes (D) No Error (E)

  32. He failed to find (A) out the solution to all the problems (B) / despite his thoroughly (C) study of the book (D) / No Error (E)

  33. Ramesh is as good (A) / if not better than all the (B) members of the club (C) which is known as the Lions Club (D) No Error (E)

  34. He felt happily (A)/ to learn that his (B)/ younger brother had got (C) a prestigious job in the Bank (D)/ No Error (E)

  35. The Principal has great power (A) / of making some useful (B) plans but the professors (C) have even greatest ability to foil them (D) / No Error (E)

  36. But for your help (A) No boys would have (B) Succeeded in an (C) All India competition like this (D) / No Error (E)

  37. Her father told her (A) / that it would be all the more (B) / better if she would find her (C) /groom herself (D)/ No Error (E)