2018 IBPS Clerk Grammatical & Spelling Error English Practice Questions

Dear Aspirants, 2018 IBPS Clerk Grammatical & Spelling Error English Practice Questions was given here. It is important for your forthcoming exams.

Directions (1-5): Each of the following questions has three sentences (I), (II) and (III). You have to find the grammatical error, if any, in these sentences and answer accordingly. If there is no error in any of these sentences, your answer is (E), that is, all are correct.

1)
I) He is waiting for you from 10 o’clock
II) You should make the best use of this opportunity
III) We are staying here since 1980

A) Only (I)
B) Only (II)
C) Only (I) & (III)
D) Only (I) & (II)
E) All are correct

2)
I) I am going to school by bus.
II) We are playing tennis every day
III) She’s married to a dentist

A) Only (I)
B) Only (II)
C) Only (I) & (III)
D) Only (I) & (II)
E) All are correct

3)
I) I wind the watch every day.
II) I asked him a question.
III) He is too weak to walk.

A) Only (I)
B) Only (II)
C) Only (I) & (III)
D) Only (I) & (II)
E) All are correct

4)
I) If they make a noise they shall be fined.
II) He has not answered to me
III) Cattle are grazing in the field

A) Only (I)
B) Only (II)
C) Only (I) & (III)
D) Only (I) & (II)
E) All are correct

5)
I) Let us go on foot
II) We went to Bangkok and enjoyed very much
III) Let us walk

A) Only (I)
B) Only (II)
C) Only (I) & (III)
D) Only (I) & (II)
E) All are correct

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Directions (6-10): In each question below, four words printed in bold type are given. These are marked A, B, C & D. One of these words printed in bold may either be wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the word that is inappropriate or wrongly spelt, if any. The number of that word is your answer. The number of that words is your answer. If all the words printed in bold are correctly spelt and appropriate in the context of the sentence them mark (E) i.e “All Correct” as your answer.

6) As the employee’s motives (A)/ were found to be bening, (B) no disciplinary action will (C)/ be taken against him for the mistake (D)/All correct (E)
7) Jennifer loves roses for the asthetic appeal (A)/of their petals and leaves (B), while I am most enthralled (C)/by their olfactory properties (D)/ All correct (E)
8) His penchant for earning history (A)/ should prove to be disdainful (B)/during his studies (C)/to become a history teacher (D)/ All correct (E)
9) We felt vindictive (A)/once the committee (B)/issued its report (C)/that applauded our actions (C)/ All correct (E)
10) The air in a room (A)/ that contains several houseplants (B) /can be more situated with oxygen (C)/ than a room that contains no plants / All correct (E)

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2018 IBPS Clerk Grammatical & Spelling Error English Practice Questions: Ans.

1. C)
I) He has been waiting for you since 10 o’clock
III) We have been staying here since 1980

2. D)
I) I go to school by bus.
II) We play tennis every day

3. E)
4. B)
He has not answered me
5. B)
We went to Bangkok and enjoyed ourselves very much
6. B)
Benign
7. A)
Aesthetic
8. B)
“helpful” should be used. Disdainful is incorrect usage.
9. A)
Vindicated
10. C)
“saturated” should be used. “Situated” is incorrect usage.
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