Directions (1-5): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (d), i.e. ‘No error. (Ignore the errors of punctuations, if any).

1.He didn’t approve of (a) / his son raising stupid questions (b) / and thereby vexing the teacher. (c) / No Error (d)
 A. He didn’t approve of
 B. his son raising stupid questions
 C. and thereby vexing the teacher.
 D. No Error
 
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2.The women (a) / demanded (b) / her right to live. (c) / No Error (d)
 A. The women
 B. demanded
 C. her right to live.
 D. No Error
 
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3.A tourist city has (a) / many (b) / worth seeing places. (c) / No Error (d)
 A. A tourist city has
 B. many
 C. worth seeing places.
 D. No Error
 
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4.This made me (a) / think of the (b) / time gone by. (c) / No Error (d)
 A. This made me
 B. think of the
 C. time gone by.
 D. No Error
 
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5.I want you to pick up the box (a) / of chocolates (b) / and distributed it among children. (c) / No Error (d)
 A. I want you to pick up the box
 B. of chocolates
 C. and distributed it among children.
 D. No Error
 
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