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Structure of a Passage

Reading Comprehension
English
Class 5

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Determine the logical sequence of a paragraph, identify and correct the errors in the sentence/text

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Complete the following sequence with a suitable option:
A: One day Rama was playing with his friends in an open area.
B: _______________________________________________.
C: All the other boys fled from there except Rama who stayed to help.

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In the following sentence, identify the part which has an error. If there is no error choose option D.

At the end of the year every student who had done adequate work was automatically promoted.

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Given below are sets of two sentences. Both sentences may be right or both wrong or one of the two may be right. Select the correct option.

P.        He insisted on that he was innocent.
Q.       He insisted on being paid at once.

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Find out the error in the following sentence, if any. If there is no error, mark your answer as 'E.
He works hard (A) that he should please (B) his Manager to promote him (C)  to the post of Sales Executive. (D)  No Error. (E) 

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Select the part of the sentence that has an error. If the sentence is correct select "No Error". 

During the earthquake people listened a strange noise and rushed out of homes. No error
       (a)                                          (b)                                           (c)                              (d)

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Simplify the underlined part of the given sentence (if necessary):

Manufacturers rate batteries in watt-hours; if they rate the watt-hour higher, the longer the battery can be expected to last.

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The following phrases make a complete sentence. Find out if there is an error in any part. If there is no error, your answer is 'E'.

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Select the part of the sentence that has an error. If the sentence is correct select "No Error". 

Without any obvious reason he was angry upon me. No Error.
      A                           B                   C               D                 E

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The following six sentences come from a paragraph. The first and the last sentences are given. Choose the order in which the four sentences (PQRS) should appear to complete the paragraph.

S1 : I had not seen my father for several years.
S6 : His words sank deep into my heart.
P : I met him late one evening in his flat.
Q : I wrote him a note suggesting a very early meeting.
R : He listened to my story in silence.
S : When he spoke, his voice was soft but without warmth. 

Select the correct sequence. 

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Find out the error in the following sentence, if any. If there is no error, your answer is 'E'.
I hope the country's condition (A)  may go from bad to wont (B) unless all necessary steps (C)  are taken to suppress terrorism. (D) No Error (E)

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