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Error Detection Questions-19 (in Hindi)
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In this lesson Sakshi explains the important error detection questions

Sakshi Pahwa is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Sakshi Pahwa
Qualified IBPS PO, Category Expert at Unacademy, 4 years of Experience in developing content for Competitive Exams, an MBA in Marketing and

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ma'm seen ko Kyu Ni change kr skte 12 me
Mam to ke bad v1 lagta hain na so To improved must be replaced with to improve ?? aur aysa hua toh kiu hua ?
mam kya hum slide no. 12 me seen ko replace karkar see nahi kar sakte please reply
ma'am is improved economic situation correct??
yes maam plzzzz make 100-100series
  1. 100 PREVIOUS YEAR ERROR DETECTION QUESTIONS


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  3. SESSION 19


  4. Festivals are prime occasions 1)/for splurging on presents and owing to improved economic situation, 2)/ the youths is gungho 3)/ about breaking all previous records. 4)/ No error 5)


  5. 3 Replace 'youths' with 'youth'.


  6. Banks are on the verge / of facing a formidable challenge / of losing over fifty per cent of / their employees due to retirement./ No Error 4


  7. No Error


  8. The merchant counted / the number of pearls / to make sure that /none of them were missing. / No error. 8


  9. 4; Substitute was Rule: The following 'Indefinite Pronoun' generally takes Singular Verb i.e. is, was, has, likes etc. The Pronouns are as follows: Anybody, Anyone, Each, None, Many a, No one, etc


  10. 0 No sooner did the students (a)/ seen the principal approach (b)/ than they ran (c)/ from the playground. (d)/ No error (e 10


  11. Sheela had to travel all the way back / when she remembered that / she had forgot to take /important documents with her. No error 12