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It’s always been good to learn from history since history repeats itself, similarly, it goes with the exam pattern we always try to find previous year questions to mentally prepare ourselves for upcoming hurdles in the exam and to check whether the level of our preparation is or is not up to the mark. Previous year questions give guidance to us and provide a base for the preparation of any competitive exam. It is always good to have an experience of how the level of exam varies from year to year. For every subject like in English, we come to know the pattern of questions must be followed to prepare the examination.

Q.1-5. Read each sentence to find out if there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5).

1. Monisha was to about(1)/ tell her teacher the(2)/ truth when her(3)/ friend interrupted her. (4)/No error (5)

Ans- use ‘about to’ instead of ‘to about’

2. Although he is usually(1)/ rude with everyone, (2)/ he behaved nice with (3)/all of us today. (4) / No error (5)

Ans- use ‘nicely’ instead of ‘nice’

3. The train was moving so(1)/ fast that we could(2)/ not see the(3)/ places properly. (4)/No error(5)

Ans- use ‘running’ instead of ‘moving’

4. Avinash is not so(1)/good a batsman to(2)/be selected for the (3)/national cricket team. (4)/No error(5)

Ans- use ‘batsman as to’ instead of ‘batsman to’

5. The firemen could not succeed(1)/ in rescue the child although (2)/they could put (3)/out the fire. (4)/No error

Ans- use ‘rescuing’ instead of ‘rescue’

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