Directions (Q. 1-5): Some of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error.

1. If I were Zubin/I would not attend/the wedding, come what may / No error.

(a)                      (b)                               (c)                                  (d)

If I were Zubin

I would not attend

the wedding, come what may

No error.

2. He says that / he reads novels / to pass away the time. / No error.

(a)                    (b)                               (c)                     (d)

He says that

he reads novels

to pass away the time.

No error.

3.  He left for Mumbai on Sunday / arriving there / on Monday. / No error.

(a)                                           (b)                   (c)                   (d)

He left for Mumbai on Sunday

arriving there

on Monday.

No error.

4. No sooner did the teacher / enter the classroom / the students got up. / No error.

(a)                               (b)                               (c)                       (d)

No sooner did the teacher

enter the classroom

the students got up.

No error.

5.. It is / nothing else / than pride. / No error.

       (α)           (b)                   (c)              (d)

It is

nothing else

than pride.

No error.

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