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ERROR FINDING – PRACTICE SET-10 – SOLVED (Hindi & English)

Error Finding — Practice Set-10 — Solved (Both Hindi & English)

NUMBER OF QUESTIONS: 25                                                            MAXIMUM TIME: 10 minutes

1. We all / were invited / to the party./ NE

2. Despite his old age, / his movements were as spirited / as a young man. /NE

3. Given a chance, I will prefer / working in the field / to working in the office. / NE

4. Hearing the strange noises above, / the thought at once occurred to me / that thieves had entered the house. / NE

5. The driver said that a hundred kilometers / is after all, a short distance which he could cover / in half an hour or forty five minutes. / NE

6. Why/on earth/has he not come?/NE

7. This is the / next railway / station to my house. / NE

8. Common people are rather impressed / by the style of a speech / than by its substance. / NE

9. Krishnakali, an early riser and a nature lover / goes for morning walk at / Rabindra Sarovar Lake before dawn. / NE

10. Banks were developed to keep people’s money safe / and to make it available / when they need it. / NE

11. She worked very hard so that/she might not keep the others/wait too long./NE

12. Someone they don’t know / who knocked at / their door in midnight. / NE

13. I was so interested / to play football / from childhood. / NE

14. Her talk was judged by many / as one of the most important talk / given in the seminar. /NE

15. The examination begins / from Monday / next week. / NE

16. There is renewed sense / of urgency in / completing the project. / NE

17. Our Mathematics teacher / often emphasises upon / the need for a lot of practice. / NE

18. The police is investigating people / for the recent happening / in the area. / NE

19. Your motivational speech / has had the tremendous / effect on my students. / NE

20. I appealed / for Neeraj / to write a letter. / NE

21. It being a rainy day / I will decide to skip work / and stay at home. / NE

22. He pushed / the door / open. / NE

23. He/takes pain/over his work./NE

24. She placed / the offering to God / in the altar. / NE

25. I went to see / the Taj Mahal in / a moonlight night. / NE

Answer Key

1. A 2. C 3. A 4. A 5. B 6. D 7. B 8. A 9. B 10. B
11. C 12. C 13. A 14. B 15. A 16. A 17. B 18. A 19. B 20. B
21. B 22. D 23. B 24. C 25. C

Solution with explanation (in Hindi)

1. Replace ‘we all’ by ‘all of us’ in part ‘A’. जब शब्द ‘all’ किसी pronoun के बाद में use किया जाता है; और एक helping verb भी हो तो शब्द ‘all’ को helping verb और main verb के बीच में रखा जाता है; अर्थात फिर हमारा सही sentence होगा: ‘We were all invited to the party.’. लेकिन ऐसा इस वाक्य में नहीं किया जा सकता क्योंकि अगर हम ऐसा करते हैं तो फिर हमें दिए गये sentence के दो parts में बदलाव करना पड़ेगा.

अतः हमें शब्द ‘all’ को pronoun के पहले रखना पड़ेगा; अर्थात sentence के पहले part को ‘we all’ की जगह ‘all of us’ करना पड़ेगा.

2. Replace ‘as a young man’ by ‘as those of a young man’ in part ‘C’ क्योंकि comparison यहाँ old man और young man के बीच नहीं है, बल्कि यह movements of the old man और movements of a young man के बीच में है.  अतः यहाँ noun ‘movements’ के लिए एक pronoun चाहिए; स्पष्टतया ये ‘those’ ही होगी. इसे और समझिये:

याद रखें की कोई भी Comparison हमेशा एक ही तरह की वस्तुओं के बीच होता है, अतः ‘that/to’ के पश्चात उन वस्तुओं के लिए एक उचित pronoun का use आवश्यक बन जाता है; जैसे

INCORRECT: The price of this table is as much as that table.
CORRECT: The price of this table is as much as that of that table.

INCORRECT: The climate of Shimla is better than Delhi.
CORRECT: The climate of Shimla is better than that of Delhi.

INCORRECT: The people of Mumbai are more hard-working than Banglore.
CORRECT: The people of Mumbai are more hard-working than those of Banglore.

3. Replace ‘given a chance’ by ‘given the chance’, or ‘given half a chance’ in part ‘A’. शुद्ध phrase ‘given the chance/given half a chance’ होता है. इसका अर्थ होता है ‘यदि मुझे करने दिया गया तो’ अथवा ‘यदि मुझे चुन लेने का अवसर मिला तो’.

दिए गये वाक्य का हिंदी अनुवाद: यदि मुझे मौका मिला तो मैं office में काम करने कि अपेक्षा इलाके (field) में काम करना चाहूँगा.

एक अन्य उदाहरण:

Given the chance, I’d spend all day reading. (= यदि मुझे चुन लेने का मौका मिला तो मैं सारा दिन पढ़ कर गुजारूँगा.)

4. Replace ‘hearing’ by ‘having heard’, in part ‘A’. ‘Hearing’  इस वाक्य में Present Participle है जो pronoun ‘I (me)’ को qualify कर रहा है. Present Participle का use तब किया जाता है जब कोई घटना के घटित होते हुए कुछ हो रहा हो.

परन्तु दिए गये वाक्य के अनुसार चोर तो घर में घुस चुके थे; अर्थात  चोरों के घर में घुसने की घटना तो समाप्त हो चुकी थी. जब कोई घटना समाप्त हो चुकी होती है तो Perfect Participle का use होता है. इसलिए इस वाक्य में ‘hearing’ के स्थान पर ‘having heard’ का use शुद्ध होगा.

5. Replace ‘is’ by ‘was’ in part ‘B’. Verb ‘said’ का tense past tense है; अर्थात past time की किसी घटना की बात हो रही है. इसलिए इस वाक्य के part ‘B’ में verb ‘is’ को ‘was’ से बदले जाने की आवश्यकता है.

6. No error. ‘Why on earth’ एक idiom है जो किसी प्रश्न को बलपूर्वक पूछने के लिए use किया जाता है जब हम किसी बात को  लेकर हैरान होते हैं, गुस्से में होते हैं अथवा हमें उस प्रश्न का सही उत्तर नहीं सूझ रहा हो; जैसे

a) What on earth are you doing?
b) How on earth can she afford that?

इसी प्रकार ये अभिव्यक्तियाँ भी use की जाती हैं: ‘where on earth’, ‘who on earth’, आदि

NOTE: क्योंकि यह एक idiom है इसलिए वाक्य में ‘earth’ से पहले article ‘the’ use नहीं होगा.

7. Replace ‘next’ by ‘nearest’ in part ‘B’. शब्द ‘next’ का use किसी स्थान के क्रम को बताने के लिए किया जाता है जबकि शब्द ‘nearest’ का प्रयोग किसी स्थान की दूरी बताने के लिए किया जाता है. स्पष्ट है की दिए गये वाक्य में मेरे घर से railway station की दूरी का जिक्र है; जैसे

INCORRECT: The birthday party is in the nearest hall.
CORRECT: The birthday party is in the next hall.

[जन्मदिन की party अगले hall में है. — अर्थात क्रम की बात हो रही है.]

INCORRECT: They took him to the next hospital.
CORRECT: They took him to the nearest hospital.

[वे उसको सबसे नजदीक वाले अस्पताल में लेकर गये. — अर्थात दूरी की बात हो रही है.]

8. Replace ‘rather impressed’ by ‘rather more impressed’ in part ‘A’.  इस वाक्य में ‘style of speech’ और ‘substance of speech’ के बीच में comparison किया गया है. ये comparison ‘than’ का use करके किया गया है; अतः यहाँ adjective ‘impressed’ की comparative degree ‘more impressed’ use की जाएगी.

9. Insert the article ‘A’ before morning in part ‘B’. ‘Walk’ मूलतः एक verb होती है; परन्तु इस वाक्य में ये verb का काम न करके एक noun का काम कर रही है. जब कोई verb एक noun का काम करती है उसके पहले article ‘A/AN’ का use करना आवश्यक होता है; जैसे

a) Both of us go for a walk in the morning.
b) I’ll have a talk with him about this.
c) My boss usually goes for a ride.

NOTE: इस वाक्य के part ‘A’ में article ‘A/AN’ की पुनरावृति (repetition) सही हुई है; इससे सम्बन्धित नियम इस प्रकार है:

जब दो या अधिक adjectives किसी एक ही noun को qualify करते हैं तो article का use केवल पहले वाले adjective के साथ ही किया जाता है; उसको दूसरे वाले adjective के पहले दोहराया नहीं जाता. परन्तु जब दो adjective दो अलग-अलग nouns को qualify करते हैं तो article को उन दोनों nouns के पहले use किया जाना आवश्यक होता है. दिए गये वाक्य में ‘riser’ और ‘lover’ दो अलग-अलग noun हैं.

10. Remove ‘to’ before ‘make’ from part ‘B’. इस वाक्य में दो infinitive (‘to keep’ और ‘to make’) conjunction ‘and’ से जुड़ी हैं; जब दो infinitive किसी conjunction से जुड़ी होती हैं तो ‘to’ को दोहराया नहीं जाता. Verb ‘need’ का tense शुद्ध है.

11. Replace ‘wait’ by ‘waiting’ in part ‘C’. ‘Keep somebody waiting’ एक phrase होता है जिसका अर्थ है — किसी व्यक्ति से इंतज़ार करवाना.

a) I’m sorry to have kept you waiting. (= मुझे खेद है कि मेरी वजह से आपको इन्तजार करना पड़ा.)
b) We were kept waiting outside his office for over an hour. (उसके office के बाहर हमसे एक घंटे तक इंतज़ार करवाया गया.)

12. Replace the preposition ‘in’ by ‘at’ in part ‘C’. ऐसी time expressions जो किसी ‘समय विशेष’ को इंगित करती हैं तो उनके पहले preposition ‘at’ का use किया जाता है; और ऐसी time expressions जो किसी ‘अवधि विशेष’ को इंगित करती हैं तो उनके पहले preposition ‘in’ का use किया जाता है.

‘Midnight’ दिन का वह हिस्सा होता है जब रात के exactly 12 बजते हैं (अर्थात समय विशेष), ‘noon’ दिन का वह हिस्सा होता है जब दिन के exactly 12 बजते हैं (अर्थात समय विशेष). इसलिए ‘midnight’ and ‘noon’ दोनों ही किसी समय विशेष को बताते हैं और इनके साथ preposition ‘at’ का use किया जाता है, और हम कहते हैं ‘at midnight’ और ‘at noon’.

‘Afternoon’ और ‘morning’ समय विशेष को नहीं बताते, बल्कि ये दोनों ही किसी अवधि विशेष को बताते हैं, और इसलिए ही इन दोनों के पहले preposition ‘in’ का use किया जाता है, ‘at’ का नहीं, और हम कहते हैं: ‘in the morning’ और ‘in the afternoon’.

13. Replace ‘so’ by ‘very’, ‘much’, or ‘very much’ in part ‘A’. ऐसे adjective जो Past Participles की form में होते हैं उनके पहले ‘so’ का use नहीं किया जाता; ऐसे adjectives के पहले ‘very’, ‘much’ अथवा  ‘very much’ का use होता है; खासतौर पर वो adjectives जो किसी के मन की कोई दशा, अथवा कोई भावपूर्ण अवस्था बताते हों जैसे कि admired, amused, bored, distressed, frightened, impressed, interested liked, shocked, struck, upset, आदि; जैसे

Rohan must have been very worried about her.
= Rohan must have been much worried about her.
= Rohan must have been very much worried about her.

14. Replace ‘talk’ by ‘talks’ in part ‘B’. ‘One of’ के बाद की nouns/pronouns plural form में use की जाती है.

15. Replace ‘from’ by ‘on’ in part ‘A’. जब कोई घटना शुरू होती है तो वो किसी निश्चित समय, दिन, वर्ष, आदि पर शुरू होता है. किसी निश्चित समय पर शुरू होने वाली घटनाओं के लिए preposition ‘on’ अथवा ‘at’ का use किया जाता है. दिए गये वाक्य में परीक्षा शुरू होने का समय सप्ताह का एक दिन (Monday) दिया हुआ है; सप्ताह के दिनों के लिए preposition ‘on’ का use होता है. .

NOTE: इस वाक्य में ‘next’ के पहले article ‘the’ का use अशुद्ध होगा क्योंकि यदि ‘next’ अथवा ‘last’ का use जब समय बताने वाले शब्दों जैसे कि Week, Month, Year, Monday, June, आदि के पहले होता है तो इनके पहले article ‘the’ का use नहीं किया जाता; जैसे

a) She came here last week.
b) They will come here next month.

16. Replace ‘renewed’ by ‘a renewed’ in part ‘A’. इस वाक्य में noun ‘sense’ एक countable noun है; और क्योंकि यहाँ इसको किसी विशिष्ट (specific) अर्थ में use नहीं किया जा रहा है इसके साथ article ‘the’ का use नहीं किया जा सकता; article ‘a’ का ही use किया जा सकता है.

17. Remove ‘upon’ from part ‘B’ क्योंकि verb ’emphasise’ एक सकर्मक (transitive) verb होती है; अतः इसके साथ सीधे object ही आता है कोई preposition नहीं. ‘Upon’ एक preposition है.

18. Replace ‘is’ by ‘are’ in part ‘A’. कुछ collective nouns जैसे कि cattle, vermin, people, gentry, peasantry, clergy, cavalry, police, आदि हमेशा plural ही होती हैं; अतः इनके साथ verbs भी हमेशा plural ही आती हैं; जैसे

a) The peasantry of India are very hard working.
b) The clergy are opposed to the plan.
c) Are these cattle yours?
d) Vermin are badly destroying the garden.
e) Who are those people always quarrelling?
f) The local gentry own all of the land here.
g) The police have arrested the murderer.

19. Replace ‘the’ by ‘a’ in part ‘B’. इस वाक्य में किसी विशिष्ट प्रभाव डालने की बात नहीं हो रही; अतः शब्द ‘tremendous’ के पहले article ‘the’ का use करना अशुद्ध है.

20. Replace ‘for’ by ‘to’ in part ‘B’. कोई appeal जब किसी व्यक्ति से की जाती है तो preposition ‘to’ का use किया जाता है.

21. Replace ‘will decide’ by ‘have decided in part ‘B’. इस वाक्य में ऐसे decision की बात हो रही है जो वर्तमान में लिया गया है; अतः आप यहाँ future tense use नहीं का सकते. दूसरे decision पहले ही लिया जा चुका है; इसलिए Present Perfect Tense का use होगा.

22. No error. इस वाक्य में शब्द ‘open’ एक adjective है जो noun ‘door’ को qualify कर रहा है.

23. Replace ‘pain’ by pains’ in part ‘B’. सही phrase ‘Take pains over something’ होता है; इस phrase का अर्थ है ‘बहुत सावधानी से किसी काम को करना’.

You will have to take pains over this if you want it to be done right. (= यदि आप  चाहते हो कि इसको सही से किया जाना चाहिए तो आपको बहुत सावधानी से काम करना होगा.)

24. Replace in’ by ‘on’ in part ‘C’. Altar  = एक ऐसी मेज (table) जिसपर भगवान पर चढ़ाने वाली सामग्रियाँ रखी जाती हैं). अतः यहाँ आप preposition ‘in’ का use नहीं के सकते. किसी वस्तु के ऊपर किसी अन्य वस्तु के होने के लिए preposition ‘on’ का ही use किया जा सकता है.

25. Replace ‘moonlight’ by ‘moonlit’ in part ‘C’. इस वाक्य में noun ‘night’ के लिए एक adjective चाहिए न कि कोई noun. ‘Moonlight’ एक noun है; अतः इसके स्थान पर adjective ‘moonlit’ की आवश्यकता है. Moonlit = चाँदिनी से प्रयुक्त. Moonlit night =  चाँदिनी रात

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Solution with explanation (in English)

1. Replace ‘we all’ by ‘all of us’ in part ‘A’. When ‘all’ is used after pronouns; and there is also a helping verb, the word ‘all’ is placed between the helping and the main verb. It means our correct sentence in such a case will be ‘We were all invited to the party.’. But here we can’t do so as if we’ll do that we’ll have to make changes in two parts of the given sentence.

Thus we’ll have to shift the word ‘all” before the pronoun, means the first part of the sentence will become ‘all of us’.

2. Replace ‘as a young man’ by ‘as those of a young man’ in part ‘C’ because here the comparison is not between the old man and a young man. rather it’s between the movements of the old man and the movements of a young man. Therefore, here we need the pronoun movements. As the noun ‘movements’ is in the plural the right pronoun for it will be ‘those’. Read this:

Comparison is always made in two or more similar type of things, therefore we should use a correct noun/pronoun after ‘that/to’; e.g.

INCORRECT: The price of this table is as much as that table.
CORRECT: The price of this table is as much as that of that table.

INCORRECT: The climate of Shimla is better than Delhi.
CORRECT: The climate of Shimla is better than that of Delhi.

INCORRECT: The people of Mumbai are more hard-working than Banglore.
CORRECT: The people of Mumbai are more hard-working than those of Banglore

3. Replace ‘given a chance’ by ‘given the chance’, or ‘given half a chance’ in part ‘A’. The correct phrase is  ‘given the chance/given half a chance’.  It means ‘if I were allowed to’, or ‘if I could choose’.

Hindi translation of the given sentence: यदि मुझे मौका मिला तो मैं office में काम करने कि अपेक्षा इलाके (field) में काम करना चाहूँगा.

One more example:

Given the chance, I’d spend all day reading. (= यदि मुझे चुन लेने का मौका मिला तो मैं सारा दिन पढ़ कर गुजारूँगा.)

4. Replace ‘hearing’ by ‘having heard’ in part ‘A’.  ‘Hearing’ in the given sentence is a Present Participle; which is qualifying the pronoun ‘I (me)’. We use the Present Participle when something is happening at the time of the main event.

But, according to the sentence the thieves had already entered the house; it means it’s a completed event. For the completed events we use the Perfect Participle. Therefore ‘hearing’ will be replaced by ‘having heard’.

5. Replace ‘is’ by ‘was’ in part ‘B’. Verb ‘said’ is in the past; it means we are talking about a past time. Therefore we need to change the verb ‘is’ by ‘was’ in part ‘B’.

6. No error. ‘Why on earth’ is an idiom which is used to emphasize the question you are asking when you are surprised or angry or cannot think of an obvious answer; e.g.

a) What on earth are you doing?
b) How on earth can she afford that?

Similarly you can say ‘where on earth’, ‘who on earth’, etc.

NOTE: You should not use the article ‘the’ before ‘earth’ as it’s an idiom.

7. Replace ‘next’ by ‘nearest’ in part ‘B’. We use ‘next’ for order-wise locations whereas we use ‘nearest’ for distance-wise locations. Obviously here we are talking about distance; e.g.

INCORRECT: The birthday party is in the nearest hall.
CORRECT: The birthday party is in the next hall.

INCORRECT: They took him to the next hospital.
CORRECT: They took him to the nearest hospital.

8. Replace ‘rather impressed’ by ‘rather more impressed’ in part ‘A’.  Here it’s a comparison between two things, therefore we need the comparative degree of the adjective ‘impressed’.

9. Insert the article ‘A’ before morning in part ‘B’. ‘Walk’ is basically a verb; but here it’s working as a noun, when a verb works as a noun in a sentence we use the article A/AN before it; e.g.

a) Both of us go for a walk in the morning.
b) I’ll have a talk with him about this.
c) My boss usually goes for a ride.

NOTE: Repetition of the article A/AN is quite correct in part ‘A’. Here is the rule:

When two or more adjectives describe the same noun, we use the article before the first adjective only; but when they describe different nouns, we use the article before each adjective. In the given sentence both ‘riser’ and ‘lover’ are nouns.

10. Remove ‘to’ before ‘make’ from part ‘B’. Here in the sentence two infinitives (‘to keep’ and ‘to make’) are joined by the conjunction ‘and’. When two infinitives are joined by a conjunction we do not repeat ‘to’. The tense of the verb ‘need’ is correct.

11. Replace ‘wait’ by ‘waiting’ in part ‘C’. ‘Keep somebody waiting’ is an idiom. It means to make somebody have to wait or be delayed; e.g.

I’m sorry to have kept you waiting.

12. Replace the preposition ‘in’ by ‘at’ in part ‘C’. For time expressions that refer to a ‘particular point in time’ we use the preposition ‘at’, for time expressions that refer to a  ‘particular period of time’ we use the preposition ‘in’. ‘Midnight’ is the part of day when the clock strikes at 12 at night, ‘noon’ is the part of day when the clock strikes at 12 in the day time. Therefore both ‘midnight’ and ‘noon’ are particular points in time.

‘Afternoon’ and ‘morning’ are not particular points in time; rather they are particular periods of time, therefore we don’t use the preposition ‘at’ for them; rather we use ‘in’ and say ‘in the morning’ and ‘in the afternoon’.

13. Replace ‘so’ by ‘Very’, ‘Much’, or ‘Very much’ in part ‘A’. We do not use ‘so’ before adjectives that are in the form of Past Participles . With such adjectives we use ‘very’, ‘much’ or ‘very much’ mostly, especially when they refer to a state of mind or emotional condition like admired, amused, bored, distressed, frightened, impressed, interested liked, shocked, struck, upset, etc.; e.g.

Rohan must have been very worried about her.
= Rohan must have been much worried about her.
= Rohan must have been very much worried about her.

14. Replace ‘talk’ by ‘talks’ in part ‘B’. After the use ‘one of’ we use nouns/pronouns in the plural.

15. Replace ‘from’ by ‘on’ in part ‘A’. When something begins it starts to happen at a particular point in time. For particular points of time we use preposition ‘on’ or ‘at’. For the names of days of a week we use ‘on’.

NOTE: Here we can’t put the article ‘the’ before ‘next’. If ‘next’ or ‘last’ is used before time expressions such as Week, Month, Year, Monday, June, etc. we don’t generally use ‘the’ before them; e.g.

a) She came here last week.
b) They will come here next month.

16. Replace ‘renewed’ by ‘a renewed’ in part ‘A’. Here the noun ‘sense’ is a countable noun. As we are not talking it in a specific context here, we can’t use the article ‘the’ before it; rather the article A is needed.

17. Remove ‘upon’ from part ‘B’ as the verb ’emphasise’ is a transitive verb; therefore a preposition can’t be used with it.

18. Replace ‘is’ by ‘are’ in part ‘A’. Certain collective nouns (cattle, vermin, people, gentry, peasantry, clergy, cavalry, police, etc.) are always used as plurals; and therefore take a plural verb; e.g.

a) The peasantry of India are very hard working.
b) The clergy are opposed to the plan.
c) Are these cattle yours?
d) Vermin are badly destroying the garden.
e) Who are those people always quarrelling?
f) The local gentry own all of the land here.
g) The police have arrested the murderer.

19. Replace ‘the’ by ‘a’ in part ‘B’. Here we are not talking about a specific effect, so use the article A.

20. Replace ‘for’ by ‘to’ in part ‘B’. Prepositional error.

21. Replace ‘will decide’ by ‘have decided in part ‘B’. We are talking about the decision being made in the present; so you can’t use a future tense here. Moreover the decision has already been taken; therefore it will be the Present Perfect Tense here.

22. No error. In this sentence the word ‘open’ is an adjective qualifying the noun ‘door’.

23. Replace ‘pain’ by pains’ in part ‘B’. ‘Take pains over something’ = to deal with something with great care; e.g.

You will have to take pains over this if you want it to be done right.

24. Replace in’ by ‘on’ in part ‘C’. Altar = a type of table used in ceremonies in a Christian church or in other religious buildings (टेबल जिसपर भगवान पर चढ़ाने वाली सामग्रियाँ रखी जाती हैं). So, you can’t put anything in a altar; therefore here we need the preposition ‘on’.

25. Replace ‘moonlight’ by ‘moonlit’ in part ‘C’. Here we need an adjective qualifying the noun ‘night’. ‘Moonlight’ is a noun; whereas the adjective is ‘moonlit. Moonlit = able to be seen because of the light of the moon

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