Common Error (MCQ )
Directions: In each of these questions, a sentence has been divided into
four parts and marked (a), (b), (c) and (d). One of these parts contains a
mistake in grammar, idiom or syntax. Identify that part and mark it as the
1. (a) Let you and me bear in mind
(b) that our friendship is based
(c) not on immediate gains for either of us
(d) but on the basis of a long-term benefit.
2. (a) John is one of the students
(b) in the class who has not been absent
(c) for a single day
(d) during the entire year.
3. (a) Sita claimed that she had
(b) not only gone to Delhi
(c) but also to Agra
(d) and had seen the Taj Mahal.
4. (a) The advertisement for the new detergent
(b) claimed that it was as effective
(c) if not more effective than
(d) washing soap in removing dirt from clothes.
5. (a) If you would have come earlier
(b) there would have been enough time
(c) for us to go to the movie
(d) which has been running to full-houses.