The director (1) and the sector manager (2) / are on leave (3) / today. (4)/ No mistake (5) The salami and chorizo in the refrigerator is very salty, so you may want to serve some water with it, so your guests will be comfortable. No mistake If you`re preparing for banking, insurance and other contests, you`ll probably run into an English section. Error Spotting Quiz 2 for Banking for Banking – Insurance Exams helps you learn concepts on important topics in English – Subject verb agreement. This 2 error spotting is important for tests such as IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, IBPS RRB Officer, etc. Read the following tips for fixing the problem – bug detection based on the verb and solving the next quiz. The Prime Minister (1) / as well as his ministers are (2) /engaged in the election campaign (3)/ for the next elections (4) /. No mistake (5) Shana, Joe and Marcel were incredible in each of their appearances and the audience rewarded them with cheers and applause. No mistake 3) Shivangi never and will never allow his brother to join the army (3) / no error 15. It was the Indians (a) /, who bravely fought (b) / the tyranny of the British rulers.

(c)/ No errorSolution: part of the error is (a) where the verb «were» is wrong and must be replaced by «what.» For the statement, see sentence 10. 18. He and I have (a) / made a plan to surprise our (b) /mother on her birthday. (c)/ No errorSolution: the error is part (a) of the sentence. If two pronouns are joined by «and,» the verb is kept in plural form. Therefore, «a» should be replaced by «having» in part (a) of the sentence. Under the huge starry roof (1)/, people went quickly, (2)/ like colored threads woven into a grey net. (4)/ No error (5). The chillies are (1)/ the name of the (2) / new restaurant in Calcutta (3) /, which opened last week. (4)/ No error (5) Read the sentence to find out if there is an error. The error, if it exists, will be in part of the sentence. The number of this part will be the answer.

If there is no error, the answer is (5). Ignore punctuation errors, if they exist. The subject in this part of the sentence is «better to run with the cops.» Here, «best part» is the theme, while «running with the cops» is a prepositionphrase that changes «best part». As «part» is singular, the subject is therefore in fact singular and should be accompanied by a singular verb, «is,» not «are.» In this sentence, the verb does not correspond to the subject. The theme «teacher» is singular («as well as some of the administrative staff» is a modifiatory expression and does not count), so the correct form of verb should be «was,» not «were.» 13. Two-thirds of the state (a) /Land was acquired by the rural mafia of our city (b)/. (c)/ No errorSolution: the sentence is correct. Please note that if «half of, one third, three fourth etc.» is followed by an innumerable name, then the verb is maintained as singular. However, if the name is countable, the verb is kept as plural. See the example below: 16.

His parents were angry with him (a) / because two thousand rupees (b) / were spent by him for useless items.