Error Spotting Questions for SSC Set 1

Error Spotting Questions for SSC

This post contains a set of Error Spotting Questions for SSC CGL and other competitive exams like SSC CHSL, SSC MTS, IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, etc.

Set 1 Error Spotting Questions for SSC CGL

In the following questions, some parts of the sentences have errors and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, then the answer is (4)i.e No error.

1. The vaccine (A)/ when hit the Indian market is(B)/ dogged by controversy.(C)/ No error(D)

2. His son(A)/ is working(B)/ very hardly(C)./No Error(D)

3.  Do you know that it was I(A)/ who has done (B)/this piece of beautiful work? (C)/No error(D)

4. The company has ordered(A)/ some new (B)/ equipments(C)./ No error(D)

5.  The future of food companies (A)/seems quite (B)/secure owed to evergrowing demand. (C)/ No error(D)

6. Judge in him(A)/ prevailed upon the father(B)/and he sentenced his son to death.(C)/ No error(D)

7.  Nine-tenths (A)/of the pillar (B)/ have rotted away. (C)/ No error (D)

8. One major reason(A)/ for the popularity of television is (B)/ that most people like to stay at home.(C)/ No error.(D)

9. Our efforts are(A)/ aimed to bring about (B)/ a reconciliation.(C)/ No error(D)

10.  Three conditions (A)/ critical for growing (B)/ plants are soil, temperature, chemical balance or amount of moisture.(C)/No error(D)

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11.  He was hard down (A)/ for money and was (B)/ being harassed by his creditor.(C)/No error(D)

12.  This is the second communication we have sent (A)/ and we are much surprised (B)/ at receiving no answer(C)/ No answer(D)

13.  Several guests noticed Mr. Sharma(A)/falling back in his chair (B)/ and gasping for breath.(C)/ No error (D)

14. Long life is good (A)/ if one be happy (B)/ and his friends. (C)/ No Error(D)

15. His assistance have(A)/ and are still doing (B)/ excellent work for the organization. (C)/ No error(D)

16.  None of the diplomats at the conference(A)/ was able either(B)/ to comprehend or to solve the problem. (C)/ No error(D)

17. Rather than go (A)/ with Amit, he(B)/ decided to stay at home. (C)/ No error(D)

18. He always practises(A)/ the justice and (B)/ cares for moral principles.(C)/ No error(D)

19. The whole block of flats(A)/including two shops were(B)/ destroyed in fire.(C)/No error(D)

20. He feels his troubles(A)/ as much or(B)/ even more than they.(C)/ No error(D)

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