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ERROR FINDING – PRACTICE SET-9 – SOLVED (Hindi & English)

Error Finding — Practice Set-9 — Solved (Both Hindi & English  )

NUMBER OF QUESTIONS: 25                                                            MAXIMUM TIME: 10 minutes

1. He was too drunk / to know / where he was going to. / NE

2. The energy policy is largely defined by the / energy requirement and has increased focus / on developing sources of energy. / NE

3. It is suspected that a variety of / biological consequences may result from / the increase UV exposure due to ozone depletion. / NE

4. All my hope / were duped / and I was plunged in deep sorrow. / NE

5. I will not / stay here another minute / if I can help it! / NE

6. The officer has / given orders to his / soldiers yesterday. / NE

7. The later part of Gandhi’s life / till he was assassinated / was,  in considerable measure, the life of the nation as well. / NE

8. The food basket contained / a dark chocolate, an eclair, and a pastry / neatly wrapped in foil paper. / NE

9. It is of primary importance / in swimming to learn / to breath properly. / NE

10. Iodine deficiency is / an easy and inexpensive nutrient disorder / to prevent. / NE

11. He told me the same story / which he told / you yesterday. / NE

12. Vicky is the one who / always finds faults with / whatever Priya does. / NE

13. Not only they need clothing, / but they are also / short of food. / NE

14. Indian Defence Forces fought / the enemy till the last man / was standing. / NE

15. He is marrying a girl / whose family / don’t seem to like him. / NE

16. A dozen boys and two girls / have come / for today’s party. / NE

17. As they climb / higher, the air / became cooler. / NE

18. The principal told me that / I should not enter to his office / without his permission. / NE

19. The king Juan Carlos of Spain / arrived in London today / for a three day visit. / NE

20. It was / very unfortunate of him / to have lost the battle. / NE

21. Since my mother / was angry / so I did not utter a word. / NE

22. I want / that you should perform / well. / NE

23. The professor informed that / they had all done / very badly. / NE

24. The three individuals are / so different that their tastes vary / from each another. / NE

25. He regarded his marriage/as a mean to an end;/he just wanted his wife’s wealth./NE

Answer Key

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

Solution with explanation (in Hindi)

1. Remove ‘to’ after ‘going’ in part ‘C’. जब हम कहीं जाते हैं तो उस स्थान के नाम के पहले preposition ‘to’ का use किया जाता है; परन्तु ‘where’ के पहले अथवा उसके लिए  ‘to’ का use नहीं होता; जैसे

INCORRECT: Where are you going to?
CORRECT: Where are you going?

2. Remove ‘has’ from part ‘C’ क्योंकि यहाँ किसी verb की जरुरत है ही नहीं; बल्कि यहाँ noun ‘focus’ के लिए एक adjective की जरूरत है, अतः ‘increase’ के स्थान पर ‘increased’ का use शुद्ध होगा.

Translation in Hindi: ऊर्जा नीति मुख्य तौर पर ऊर्जा की जरुरत और ऊर्जा के विकसित हो रहे संसाधनों पर बढ़े हुए ध्यान (increased focus) द्वारा तय होती है.

3. Replaced ‘increase’ by ‘increased’ in part ‘C’. ‘From’ एक preposition होता है, और किसी भी preposition के लिए वाक्य में हमेशा कोई noun अथवा pronoun होती है. दिए गये वाक्य में वह noun ‘UV exposure’ है. अतः ‘increase’ का use एकदम अशुद्ध है क्योंकि ये तो एक verb होती है. इसकी adjective form ‘increased’ होती है. इसलिए यहाँ ‘increase’ के स्थान पर ‘increased’ किये जाने की आवश्यकता है.

4. Replace ‘were’ by ‘was’ in part B’. ‘Hope’ एक uncountable noun भी हो सकती है और countable भी. यहाँ यह countable noun है. जब ‘hope’ एक uncountable noun होती है तो इसका अर्थ होता है ‘future में जो भी होगा तुम्हारी इच्छा अथवा उम्मीद के अनुसार होगा’. जब ‘hope’ एक countable noun होती है इसका अर्थ होता है ‘तुम्हारी किसी इच्छा के होने की सम्भावना’. वाक्य के सन्दर्भ (context) से ये साफ़ है की ये एक uncountable noun है, किसी भी uncountable noun के साथ हमेशा V1 use होती है; अतः ‘were’ के स्थान पर ‘was’ का use होगा.

5. No error. ‘If one can help it’ एक idiom है, इसका अर्थ है — अगर कोई किसी स्थिति से बचने (avoid करना) में सक्षम हो पता है; जैसे

a) Are you going to watch the school play? — Not if I can help it.
b) Is he taking a second job? — Not if his wife can help it.
c) He’s not riding on the back of that motorcycle, not if I can help it.

Translation in Hindi: अगर मैं ये avoid कर पाया तो मैं यहाँ एक मिनट भी नहीं रुकुंगा l

NOTE: This, Every, Another HIS, EVERY, ANOTHER और Last/Next + Time से पहले नहीं किसी preposition का प्रयोग नहीं किया जाता; जैसे

a) We can’t afford a holiday this year.
b) Where did you go last weekend?
c) My exams finish next Tuesday afternoon.
d) I will not stay here another minute.

6. Remove ‘yesterday’ from part ‘C’ क्योंकि ‘yesterday’ का use perfect tenses में नहीं होता; इसका use केवल Past Simple Tense की verb के साथ ही संभव है.

7. Replace ‘later’ by ‘latter’ in part ‘A’. ‘Latter’ को किसी व्यक्ति अथवा वस्तु के क्रम (order) बताने के लिए use किया जाता है जबकि ‘later’ को किसी समय के संदर्भ (context) में ही use किया जा सकता है. दिए गये वाक्य में की समय संदर्भ की बात तो है ही नहीं; बल्कि यहाँ हमारा तात्पर्य गांधीजी के जीवन के उस अंश से है जो उनके सम्पूर्ण जीवन के बाद वाला है; जैसे

INCORRECT: Reena came latter than Richi.
CORRECT: Reena came later than Richi.

INCORRECT: The later half of the play was more interesting.
CORRECT: The latter half of the play was more interesting.

8. Replace ‘A’ by ‘some’ in part ‘B’ क्योंकि ‘chocolate’ एक uncountable noun है. Article ‘A’ का use सिर्फ countable nouns के साथ ही किया जा सकता है. .

9. Replace ‘primary’ by ‘prime’ in part ‘A’. Adjective ‘primary’ का use तब किया जाता है जब हम ये कह रहे होते हैं कि कोई चीज किसी अन्य चीज से ज्यादा महत्वपूर्ण है, लेकिन इस दिए गये sentence में कोई ऐसी बात है ही नहीं, हम तो सिर्फ ये कह रहे हैं कि food का health के लिए महत्व क्या है, ऐसे में word ‘prime’ का use सही होता है.

NOTE: दिए गये वाक्य में ‘to breath’ और ‘how to breath’ दोनों ही सही हैं. ये समझने के लिए ये पढ़ें: 

‘How to’ का use कुछ करने की विधि बताने के लिए use किया जाता है. Verb ‘learn’ के साथ इसका use optional होता है. Verb ‘know’ के साथ इसका use आवश्यक होता है; जैसे

I’m learning to drive.
= I’m leaning how to drive.

INCORRECT: Do you know to swim?
CORRECT: Do you know how to swim?

10. Replace ‘to prevent’ by ‘to be prevented’ in part ‘C’. अगर आप दयां से देखेंगे तो आप पाएंगे की ‘to prevent’ के लिए वाक्य में कोई subject नहीं दिया गया है; इसलिए इसको passive voice में बदलने की जरूरत है.

11. Replace ‘which’ by ‘that’ in part ‘B’. अगर ‘the same’ के बाद दूसरे clause का subject भी दिया गया हो तो relative pronoun ‘that’ का use किया जाता है; ‘as; अथवा ‘which’ का नहीं.

यहाँ दिए गये वाक्य के दूसरे clause ‘he told me’ का subject ‘he’ दिया हुआ है.

NOTE-I: अगर relative pronoun के तुरंत बाद कोई verb दी गयी हो तो भी ‘the same’ के बाद relative pronoun ‘that’ का use होता है; जैसे

a) This is the same girl that deceived him. (verb ‘deceived’ is there, so you can’t use ‘who’)
b) This is the same dog that bit me. (verb ‘bit’ is there, so you can’t use ‘which’)

NOTE-II: जब हमें कोई समानता दिखानी हो तो ‘the same + noun’ के बाद relative pronoun ‘as’ का use होता है; ‘that’ का नहीं; जैसे

a) This is the same dog as mine.
b) I like the same dress as my brother do.
c) She has the same fair hair and blue eyes as her mother had.
d) This coffee is the same as we had at Mr Sharma’s. (not ‘that’)

12. Replace ‘faults’ by ‘fault’ in part ‘B’.  सही phrase ‘find fault with’ होता है; जैसे

I was disappointed whenever the cook found fault with my work.

13. Replace not only they need by not only do they need in part ‘A’. दो clauses को जोड़ते समय जब हमें कुछ जोर देकर कहना होता है तो किसी वाक्य की शुरुआत हम negative  conjunctions जैसे कि ‘not only — but also’ और ‘neither — nor’ के साथ कर सकते हैं. अगर ऐसा होता है तो subject और verb को invert करना होता है; अर्थात subject से पहले helping verb का use करना पड़ता है; जैसे

Ram not only is going to Mumbai, but he’s also going to Goa.
= Not only is Ram going to Mumbai, but he’s also going to Goa.

She not only apologized but also sent me a card.
=Not only did she apologize but also sent me a card.

Ram is neither going to Mumbai, he is nor going to Goa.
= Neither is Ram going to Mumbai, nor is he going to Goa. 

NOTE: परन्तु जब ये conjunction दो word अथवा दो phrase को जोड़ते हैं (clauses को नहीं) और किसी वाक्य के शुरू में use होते हैं तो subject और verb को invert नहीं किया जाता; जैसे

INCORRECT: Not only you but also did I applaud the performance. (Joining two pronouns ‘you’ and ‘I’)
CORRECT: Not only you but also I applauded the performance.

14. Replace Indian Defence Forces by The Indian Defence Force in part ‘A’. किसी FORCE के नाम के पहले article ‘the’ का use आवश्यक होता है. और ‘The Indian Defence Force’  एक ही है; एक से ज्यादा नहीं; अतः इसकी plural form अशुद्ध है.

15. No error. ‘Family’ एक collective noun होती है. Collective nouns के साथ singular verb भी की जा सकती है और plural verb भी; जैसे

a) Our cricket team is strong enough.
b) The team are fighting among themselves. (Here ‘the team’ = the players of the team]

16. Replace ‘for’ by ‘to’ in part ‘C’. Correct phrase is come to the party’. (prepositional error)

NOTE: Use of ‘today’s’ is absolutely correct. With nouns denoting time and duration we can use the possessive (‘s) ; e.g.

a) Is that yesterday’s paper?
b) I’ve only had one week’s holiday so far this year.

17. Replace ‘climb’ by ‘climbed’ in part ‘A’. कहीं climb करने की यह कोई particular घटना है. यदि subject ‘one/we/you’ में से कोई होता तो यह एक universal fact बन जाता, और    फिर अशुद्धि  part ‘C’ में होती और verb ‘became’ के स्थान पर ‘becomes’ हो जाती.

18. Remove ‘to’ from part ‘B’. ‘Enter’ = कहीं प्रवेश करना. ‘Enter’ आमतौर पर transitive verb; होती है, और therefore इसका कोई न कोई object भी होता है. अतः इसके साथ कोई preposition use नहीं होता; जैसे

INCORRECT: They entered into the building through the front door.
CORRECT: They entered the building through the front door.

INCORRECT: After entering into university, students make a lot of new friends.
CORRECT: After entering university, students make a lot of new friends.

INCORRECT: In the past it was unthinkable that a woman could enter in politics.
CORRECT: In the past it was unthinkable that a woman could enter politics.

NOTE-I: ‘Enter into’ एक अलग verb होती है. ये एक phrasal verb है जिसका अर्थ होता है ‘कोई अनुबंध (contract) करना, अथवा किसी के साथ  कोई चर्चा (discussion) आरंभ करना; जैसे

Today, eighteen-year olds are considered responsible enough to enter into contracts.

NOTE-II: ‘Enter’ को बिना किसी object के भी use किया जा सकता है; परन्तु इसके साथ कोई preposition फिर भी नहीं आता; जैसे

They stopped talking as soon as they saw Sunita enter.

19. Remove ‘the’ from part ‘A’. यदि किसी proper noun के पहले title King, Queen, Saint, Pope, आदि  लगे हों तो उस title के पहले article ‘the’ का use नहीं किया जाता; जैसे

King Henry, Queen Victoria, Pope John, Saint Paul

20. Replace to have lost by that he lost or he lost in part ‘C’. ‘It + be (is/am/are/was/were) + unfortunate’ के साथ ‘that-clause’ use किया जाता है; infinitive (to + V1) का नहीं. उस clause में ‘that’ का use स्वैच्छिक (optional) होता है; जैसे

It was unfortunate that he called at the exact moment when our guests were arriving.
= It was unfortunate he called at the exact moment when our guests were arriving.

21. Remove ‘so’ from part ‘C’. अगर कोई वाक्य ‘since/because-clause’ से शुरू हो तो अगले clause के पहले शब्द ‘so’ अथवा ‘therefore’ use नहीं किया जाता; जैसे

INCORRECT: Since my mother was angry so I did not go out.
CORRECT: Since my mother was angry I did not go out.

22. Replace that you should perform by you to perform in part ‘B’. Verb ‘want’ के बाद ‘that-clause’ का प्रयोग नहीं होता; जैसे

INCORRECT: I want him that he should learn to read.
CORRECT: I want him to learn to read.

INCORRECT: The little girl wanted that I should come and play with her.
CORRECT: The little girl wanted me to come and play with her.

23. Place ‘them’ after the verb ‘informed’ in part ‘A’ क्योंकि ‘inform’ एक transitive verb है; और इसके साथ इसलिए किसी object का होना आवश्यक है.

24. Replace ‘each other’ by ‘one another’ in part ‘C’. ‘Each other’ का use दो के लिए होता है जबकि ‘one another’ का दो से ज्यादा के लिए; दिए गये वाक्य में आदमियों की संख्या तीन है; जैसे

a) Mohan and Pooja never liked each other. (means Mohan never liked Pooja and Pooja never liked Mohan.)
b) Everyone in the family gave one another presents. (‘Everyone’ means more than two.)

25. Replace ‘mean’ by ‘means’ in part ‘B’. ‘Mean’ = किसी शब्द का कोई अर्थ. ‘A means to an end’ एक idiom होता है जिसका अर्थ है ‘कुछ ऐसा करना जिसके करने का असली मकसद कुछ और ही हो’; जैसे

He doesn’t particularly like the work but he sees it as a means to an end.

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Solution with explanation (in English)

1. Remove ‘to’ after ‘going’ in part ‘C’. When we go somewhere we use the preposition ‘to’ before the name of that place. But here we do not need to use ‘to’ as it’s not used with ‘where’; e.g.

INCORRECT: Where are you going to?
CORRECT: Where are you going?

2. Remove ‘has’ from part ‘C’ as a verb is not required in it at all, rather ‘increased’ should be use as an adjective for the noun ‘focus’.

Translation in Hindi: ऊर्जा नीति मुख्य तौर पर ऊर्जा की जरुरत और ऊर्जा के विकसित हो रहे संसाधनों पर बढ़े हुए ध्यान (increased focus) द्वारा तय होती है.

3. Replaced ‘increase’ by ‘increased’ in part ‘C’. ‘From’ is a preposition, and a preposition always has a noun. Here that noun is ‘UV exposure’. Therefore use of ‘increase’ is incorrect here as it’s a verb. It’s adjectival form is ‘increased’. Therefore convert ‘increase’ into ‘increased’.

4. Replace ‘were’ by ‘was’ in part B’. ‘Hope’ can both be a countable and an uncountable noun. Here it’s countable. when ‘hope’ is uncountable it’s meaning is ‘feeling of desire and expectation that things will go well in the future’. Meaning of ‘hope’ when it’s countable is ‘desire/want of something to happen, and consideration of it likely or possible to happen’. So it’s clear from the context of the sentence that here it is uncountable. We all know that with uncountable nouns we use V1.

5. No error. ‘If one can help it’ is an idiom, it means if one is able to prevent or avoid something/situation. It’s usually used after negative verb constructions; e.g.

a) Are you going to watch the school play? — Not if I can help it.
b) Is he taking a second job? — Not if his wife can help it.
c) He’s not riding on the back of that motorcycle, not if I can help it.

Translation in Hindi: अगर मैं ये avoid कर पाया तो मैं यहाँ एक मिनट भी नहीं रुकुंगा l

NOTE: We don’t use a preposition before time phrases beginning with This, Every, Another and Last/Next; e.g.

a) We can’t afford a holiday this year.
b) Where did you go last weekend?
c) My exams finish next Tuesday afternoon.
d) I will not stay here another minute.

6. Remove ‘yesterday’ from part ‘C’ as we don’t use it in perfect tenses. It can only be used with the Past Simple Tense.

7. Replace ‘later’ by ‘latter’ in part ‘A’. ‘Latter’ is used to tell ‘order’ and ‘later’ is used for ‘time’. Here we are not talking about time of Gandhi’s life, rather we are talking about part of his life; e.g.

INCORRECT: Reena came latter than Richi.
CORRECT: Reena came later than Richi.

INCORRECT: The later half of the play was more interesting.
CORRECT: The latter half of the play was more interesting.

8. Replace ‘A’ by ‘some’ in part ‘B’ as ‘chocolate’ is an uncountable noun. Article ‘A’ is only used for countable nouns.

9. Replace ‘primary’ by ‘prime’ in part ‘A’. Adjective ‘primary’ is used when we are saying that a thing is more important in comparison to anything else. But here in the given sentence we have nothing to compare with. We are just talking about the importance of food. For this meaning we use ‘prime’.

NOTE: In the given sentence both ‘to breath’ and ‘how to breath’ are correct. To understand read this:

‘How to’ is used to say methods of doing something. Its use with the verb ‘learn’ is optional. For the verb ‘know’ its use is necessary; e.g.

I’m learning to drive.
= I’m leaning how to drive.

INCORRECT: Do you know to swim?
CORRECT: Do you know how to swim?

10. Replace ‘to prevent’ by ‘to be prevented’ in part ‘C’. If you see it needs to be in the passive, here active meaning is not making any sense.

11. Replace ‘which’ by ‘that’ in part ‘B’. If there is a subject of the second clause is given after the use of ‘the same + noun’ we use ‘that’ (not ‘as/which’) as Relative Pronoun.

Here in the given sentence ‘he’ is the subject of the second clause ‘he told me’.

NOTE-I: If a verb is there directly after the relative pronoun we also use ‘that’ after ‘the same + noun’; e.g.

a) This is the same girl that deceived him. (verb ‘deceived’ is there, so you can’t use ‘who’)
b) This is the same dog that bit me. (verb ‘bit’ is there, so you can’t use ‘which’)

NOTE-II: When we have to show similarity we use ‘as’ (not ‘that’) after ‘the same’; e.g.

a) This is the same dog as mine.
b) I like the same dress as my brother do.
c) She has the same fair hair and blue eyes as her mother had.
d) This coffee is the same as we had at Mr Sharma’s. (not ‘that’)

12. Replace ‘faults’ by ‘fault’ in part ‘B’.  Correct phrase is ‘find fault with’; e.g.

I was disappointed whenever the cook found fault with my work.

13. Replace not only they need by not only do they need in part ‘A’. While joining two clauses, negative conjunctions such as ‘not only — but also’ and ‘neither — nor’ for emphasis can begin a sentence or clause. If so the verb is inverted, means we use the interrogative form of the verb; e.g.

Ram not only is going to Mumbai, but he’s also going to Goa.
= Not only is Ram going to Mumbai, but he’s also going to Goa.

She not only apologized but also sent me a card.
=Not only did she apologize but also sent me a card.

Ram is neither going to Mumbai, he is nor going to Goa.
= Neither is Ram going to Mumbai, nor is he going to Goa. 

NOTE: But when these conjunctions join words/phrases (not clauses) and are used in the beginning of a sentence, we do not use a helping verb before the subject; e.g.

Not only you but also I applauded the performance. (Joining two pronouns YOU and I)

14. Replace Indian Defence Forces by The Indian Defence Force in part ‘A’. Before the names of ‘forces’ we use the article ‘the’. Also ‘The Indian Defence Force’ is one in number; not many, so you can’t make its plural.

15. No error. ‘Family’ is a collective noun. Collective nouns can take a singular or plural verb; e.g.

a) Our cricket team is strong enough.
b) The team are fighting among themselves. (Here ‘the team’ = the players of the team]

16. Replace ‘for’ by ‘to’ in part ‘C’. Correct phrase is ‘come to the party’. (prepositional error)

NOTE: Use of TODAY’S is absolutely correct. With nouns denoting time and duration we can use the possessive (‘s) ; e.g.

a) Is that yesterday’s paper?
b) I’ve only had one week’s holiday so far this year.

17. Replace ‘climb’ by ‘climbed’ in part ‘A’. This is a particular instance of climbing somewhere. If the subject would have been ‘one/we/you’ instead of ‘they’ it would have become a universal fact, and therefore the error would be in part ‘C’ and the verb then would be ‘becomes’ instead of ‘became’.

18. Remove ‘to’ from part ‘B’. ‘Enter’ = to come or go into a particular place. ‘Enter’ is usually a transitive verb; therefore it has an object and is not used with the prepositions ‘to’, ‘into’ or ‘in’; e.g.

INCORRECT: They entered into the building through the front door.
CORRECT: They entered the building through the front door.

INCORRECT: After entering into university, students make a lot of new friends.
CORRECT: After entering university, students make a lot of new friends.

INCORRECT: In the past it was unthinkable that a woman could enter in politics.
CORRECT: In the past it was unthinkable that a woman could enter politics.

NOTE-I: Don’t confuse this use with the phrasal verb ‘enter into’, which means ‘to start agreements, contracts or discussions with someone; e.g.

Today, eighteen-year olds are considered responsible enough to enter into contracts.

NOTE-II: ‘Enter’ can be used without an object; e.g.

They stopped talking as soon as they saw Sunita enter.

19. Remove ‘the’ from part ‘A’. If a proper noun is preceded by King, Queen, Saint, Pope, etc., it does not take the article ‘the’; e.g.

King Henry, Queen Victoria, Pope John, Saint Paul

20. Replace to have lost by that he lost or he lost in part ‘C’. After ‘it + be (is/am/are/was/were) + unfortunate’ we use a ‘that-clause’; not an infinitive (to + V1). Use of ‘that’ in ‘that-clause is optional; e.g.

It was unfortunate that he called at the exact moment when our guests were arriving.
= It was unfortunate he called at the exact moment when our guests were arriving.

21. Remove ‘so’ from part ‘C’. We do not use ‘so/therefore’ before the main clause if ‘since/because-clause’ is there in the sentence; e.g.

INCORRECT: Since my mother was angry so I did not go out.
CORRECT: Since my mother was angry I did not go out.

22. Replace that you should perform by you to perform in part ‘B’. We don’t use a ‘that-clause’ after the verb ‘want’; e.g.

INCORRECT: I want him that he should learn to read.
CORRECT: I want him to learn to read.

INCORRECT: The little girl wanted that I should come and play with her.
CORRECT: The little girl wanted me to come and play with her.

23. Place ‘them’ after the verb ‘informed’ in part ‘A’ as ‘inform’ is a transitive verb.

24. Replace ‘each other’ by ‘one another’ in part ‘C’. ‘Each other’ is used for two persons, and ‘one another’ is used for more than two. Here in the sentence persons are three; e.g.

a) Mohan and Pooja never liked each other. (means Mohan never liked Pooja and Pooja never liked Mohan.)
b) Everyone in the family gave one another presents. (‘Everyone’ means more than two.)

25. Replace ‘mean’ by ‘means’ in part ‘B’. Mean = to have something as a meaning, though it has some other meanings also. ‘A means to an end’ is an idiom which means a thing or action that is not interesting or important in itself but a way of achieving something else; e.g.

He doesn’t particularly like the work but he sees it as a means to an end.

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