Grammatical Error MCQ for SSC CGL, CHSL

Spotting Grammatical Error in English MCQ questions for SSC CGL, CHSL, CPO, Steno, Bank competitive exams. Mock Test of previous year SSC papers MCQs for free online practice of upcoming examinations.

Quiz : Grammatical Error MCQs
Selected from Previous year SSC CGL, CHSL papers
Subject : English
Mode : Online practice test
Display of correct answer immediately after selected the option.

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#1. Improve the underlined part of the sentence. Choose ‘No improvement’ as an answer if the sentence is grammatically correct. A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lived on.

#2. Identify the segment in the sentence which contains a grammatical error. If there is no error, then select the option "No error". And it just recently awarded/ a million-dollar contract/ that reeks of corruption.

#3. Improve the underlined part of the sentence. Choose ‘No improvement’ as an answer if the sentence is grammatically correct. The snowstorm will effect thousand of travellers.

#4. Improve the underlined part of the sentence. Choose ‘No improvement’ as an answer if the sentence is grammatically correct. People who came into contact with the carrier are in danger of catching the disease.

#5. Identify the segment in the sentence which contains a grammatical error. If there is no error, then select the option "No error". If conventional arrangements and/ patterns are made more scarcer, other/ arrangements and patterns will spring up.

#6. Improve the underlined part of the sentence. Choose ‘No improvement’ as an answer if the sentence is grammatically correct. The students studied a diagrams of a plant cell.

#7. Improve the underlined part of the sentence. Choose ‘No improvement’ as an answer if the sentence is grammatically correct. The weather on the weekend are supposed to be sunny.

#8. Improve the underlined part of the sentence. Choose ‘No improvement’ as an answer if the sentence is grammatically correct.
The efforts of the Government in providing health education and Primary Health Centres is borne fruits.

#9. Identify the segment in the sentence which contains a grammatical error. If there is no error, then select the option "No error".
We talked about writing a will, but it/ was one of those thing you never/ get around to doing.

#10. Improve the underlined part of the sentence. Choose ‘No improvement’ as an answer if the sentence is grammatically correct. She dedicated her entire life to the serviced of the poorest of the poor.

#11. Select the grammatically correct sentence.

#12. The following sentence has been split into four segments. Identify the segment that contains a grammatical error.
I fell / asleep while / I read / the book.

#13. The following sentence has been divided into parts. One of them may contain an error. Select the part that contains the error from the given option. If you don't find any error, mark 'No error' as your answer.
I can't talk right now. / I am being really busy. / I'll call you later.

#14. The following sentence has been divided into three segments, A, B, C. One of them may contain a grammatical error. Select the segment that contains the error, from the given options. It you don't find any error, mark 'No error' as your answer.
Aniket lives (A) / in the small apartment (B) / in the suburbs (C).

#15. The following sentence has been divided into parts. One of them may contain an error. Select the part that contains the error from the given options. If you don't find any error, mark 'No error' as your answer.
The present-century threats to our environment, / which include interfering species, ailments, pollution and / a boiling temperature, were putting wildlife populations at peril.

#16. The following sentence has been divided into parts. One of them may contain an error. Select the part that contains the error from the give options. If you don't find any error, mark 'No error' as your answer.
My students / had expect / guidance from my end.

#17. The following sentence has been split into four segments. Identify the segment that contains a grammatical error.
One of these / boxes have / the portrait / of the heiress.

#18. The following sentence has been split into four segments. Identify the segment that contains a grammatical error.
Hardik's horoscope says / that the stars / will be exercised / a benign influence on his life.

#19. The following sentence has been split into four segments. Identify the segment that contains a grammatical error.
I am sure that / the postman would be / coming shortly / to deliver the letter.

#20. The following sentence has been split into four segments. Identify the segment that contains a grammatical error.
Maruti likes / adventure / stories, especially / an adventures of Tarzan.

#21. The following sentence has been divided into three segments, A, B, C. One of them may contains a grammatical error. Select the segment that contains the error, from the give options. If you don't find any error, mark 'No error' as your answer.
A honourable person (A) / deserves respect (B) / from everybody (C).

#22. The following sentence has been split into four segments. Identify the segment that contains a grammatical error.
I play / cricket in / my childhood / with my sister.

#23. The following sentence has been split into four segments. Identify the segment that contains a grammatical error.
The historians / are a great / asset to the / field of academia.

#24. Select the grammatically correct sentence.

#25. The following sentence has been split into four segments. Identify the segment that contains a grammatical error.
Here / come / the bus / for Lucknow.

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