Spotting Errors in Sentence - Test-02

Spotting Errors in Sentence
Directions: In each of the questions, find out which part of the sentence has an error.

1. Today onwards we have been (a) / looking forward (b) /,to your satisfactory progress. (c) / No error (d)

2. No sooner the teacher entered the class (a) / than the pupils (b) / stopped talking. (c) / No error (d)

3. Kamal's habit of (a) / delaying his work (b) / put his colleagues (c) / to lot of trobule. (d) / No error (e)

4. Myself and Gopalan (a) / will take care of (b) / the function on Sunday. (c) / No error (d)

5. The teacher was angry (a) / when he found that (b) / you are not there. (c) No error (d)

6. When the dentist came in (a) / my tooth was stopped aching (b) / out of fear that I might lose my tooth. (c) / No error (d)

7. Unless you stop to make noise at once, (a) / I will have no option but to (b) / bring the matter to the attention of the police. (c) / No error (d)

8. The superintendent of police has announced that those who are found guilty of breach of peace (a) / or of taking the law into their own hands (b.) / they will be taken to task. (c) / No error (d)

9. Such natural imagery suggests that (a) / the killings were akin with (b) / a natural disaster and (c) / not a matter of individual responsibility, (d) / No error (e)

10. If I were (a) / in his shoes (b) / I would die with shame. (c) / No error (d)

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The Red Fort

Present state of red fort

Red Fort is the famous and largest historic monument in Delhi, the capital of India. Every citizen of India can witness the speech delivered by the Prime Minister from the ramparts of Red Fort every year on the day of Independence i.e. August on 15th. Red Fort attracts a number of visitors every year including the tourists as well the citizens of Delhi.

Visitors can enjoy the light and sound show in the evenings. This show describes the Mughal history and hence has the attraction of many visitors. Some of the major architectural features of Red Fort are in a mixed condition and all the water features around it are dried up. There are few buildings which are still in a fair condition as their decorative elements are left undisturbed. Some of the interiors of the Red Fort are in a bad state with the marble flowers being removed by looters. The mosques as well as the Hamam inside the buildings have been closed for the public visit. Visitors still manage to have a peek through the glass windows or the marble Jharokhas to know how they were built during the Mughal era.

One of the old and well known restaurants near Red Fort is the Tea House, though not in its same historic state, but still serves as a restaurant. The Lahore gate has an entrance which leads to a small shopping area with jewellery and craft stores. The museum has various blood paintings which depict the stories of the young and 20th century Indian martyrs.

Hobbies are activities that we do in our spare time (= free time)

Things people play

Note: People join clubs (= become members of clubs) where they can play cards and chess.

Things people collect

Outdoor activities

With these hobbies we can use two different verbs, go and do:
We often go camping in the summer, or I do a bit of / a lot of rock climbing in the summer.

Creative hobbies

Note: When we start a hobby for the first time we often use the phrasal verb take up, and when we stop doing the hobby for the final time, we often use the phrasal verb give up.
I took up golf when I was fifteen, but I gave it up last year.
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