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Structure of a Passage

Reading Comprehension
English
Class 8

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

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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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Correct the error(s) in the underlined part of the sentence.

The plans were made too hastily, without enough thought behind it.

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Find out the error in the following sentence, if any. If there is no error, your answer is 'E'.
The names record (A) in this register deserve (B) the attention (C) of the police officers. (D) No Error. (E)

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The following sentence contains four parts, marked a,b,c and d. One of these parts is incorrect. Indicate the letter of the incorrect part.

Are (a) you familiar of (b) the latest (c) scientific developments in the field (d)

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The change required for sentence underlined at [3] is _______________.

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Revise the sentence at [15] if needed.

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Correct the error (if any) at [10].

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Find out the error in the following sentence, if any. If there is no error, your answer is 'E'.
It was seven o'clock (A) in the evening (B) when the train steamed (C) into the station.(D) No Error.(E)

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Choose the appropriate sentence from the given options to complete the short paragraph of three sentences.

A. TV has destroyed much of our active life.
B. _________________________________
C. There is hardly any active participation of the viewer.

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Arrange the sentences in a logical sequence.

A. When a dictionary is being edited, a lexicographer collects all the alphabetically arranged citation slips for a particular word.
B. The moment a new word is coined, it usually enters the spoken language.
C. The dictionary takes note of it and makes a note of it on a citation slip.
D. The word then passes from the realm of hearing to the realm of writing.

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