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Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 1

Directions: The sentence below has been divided into four parts. Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).
Sleep is (1) controlled by (2) the brain and (3) associated by characteristic (4) breathing rhythms. (5) No error.

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 1

`Associated with` is the correct usage.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 2

Directions: The sentence below has been divided into four parts. Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).
The knee (1) is likely to be more than damaged most (2) other joints in the body because (3) it cannot twist (4) without injury. (5) No error

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 2

Error of modifier. `Is more likely to be damaged than........` is the correct usage.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 3

Directions: The sentence below has been divided into four parts and numbered (1) to (4). Identify the part having an error and mark that as your answer. If no part has an error, mark (5) as your answer.
It makes (1) honest public life impossible, (2) as every politician (3) tries to benefit his family (4) on the expense of the state. (5) No error

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 3

‘At the expense of’ is the correct usage. Henec, we would not use 'at the expense on'.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 4

Directions: The sentence below has been divided into four parts. Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).
(1) Municipalities are (2) of two kind: (3) the agricultural municipalities and the (4) commercial-industrial municipalities. (5) No error

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 4

'Two' means plural. so, `of two kinds`.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 5

Directions: The sentence below has been divided into four parts. Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).
Fossils of (1) plant that have (2) been extinct for (3) fifty million years have been found in large deposits of amber (4) near the Baltic Sea. (5) No error

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 5

'Have' is used for plural subject. Therefore, `fossils of plants........`.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 6

Directions: The sentence below has been divided into four parts. Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).
(1) Beside their wear ability, (2) either as jewelry or as incorporated into articles (3) of attire, beads possess the desirable characteristics of every (4) collectible. (5) No error

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 6

`Besides` means 'in addition to'; 'beside' means 'to the side of'.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 7

Directions: The sentence below has been divided into four parts. Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).
In (1) the last part of (2) the nineteenth century (3) a new housing form was (4) quiet being developed. (5) No error

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 7

Here, we need an adverb to qualify the verb 'developed'. Thus, `quietly being developed`.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 8

Directions: Read the sentence carefully to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part will be the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5).
Last night, (1)/ it was at perigee, (2)/ or its closest point in its orbit, (3)/ and that coincides with the full moon. (4)/ No error

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 8

'Last night' and 'was' confirm that the sentence is in past tense. So, 'coincides' should be replaced with 'coincided'.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 9

Directions: The sentence below has been divided into four parts. Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).
(1) It was the first map made after English settlers (2) came to Smith town (3) was a map of Virginia by (4) James Brown, the famous adventurer. No error

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Error of redundancy. Delete `it was`.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 10

Directions: The sentence below has been divided into four parts. Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).
(1) Public transportation in many parts of India (2) is inadequate, (3) making it necessary for people (4) to own cars. (5) No error

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 11

Directions: Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 11

`Arresting` would indicate an activity, which cannot be derived here. `To arrest` correctly indicates a purpose.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 12

Directions: Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).

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`A majority` as a subject, is plural; 'the majority' is singular. Thus, verb has to be plural. Hence, 'believe'.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 13

Directions: Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 13

'One of', `any of' etc takes plural subject. Thus, 'any of the shops`.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 14

Directions: Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 14

As per British English, in comparative sentences subjects remain in subjective form of pronoun. Thus, 'as he'.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 15

Directions: Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 15

The narration is in the past tense. The adverb 'once' (at some time in the past) also implies that the incidence of meeting the tiger is of past. Hence, `who met` is the correct usage.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 16

Directions: Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).

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Article 'the' is used in some special cases, none of which satisfies this sentence. Thus, delete `the`.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 17

Directions: Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 17

Incorrect sentence formataion. 'Running' to be replaced by 'has been running/runs/ is running'.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 18

Directions: Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).

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Error of missing word. `Not having any at all`.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 19

Directions: Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).

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Preposition 'from' is not required after verb 'avoided'.

Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 20

Directions: Identify the part having an error. If no part has an error, mark (5).

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Grammar Revision Test - Question 20

Error of 'adjectival usage'. `The much celebrated` is the correct usage.

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