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Spot the error questions are asked in all the exams conducted by SSC. The exams could be SSC CGL tier 1, tier 2, CHSL, MTS, CPO, etc. If a student wants to score well in this section then he must go through all the grammar rules and then go through all the previous year's questions. After solving those questions the student should try to do as many mock tests as he can. All the questions that are given below have been asked in SSC CHSL 2021 Tier 1. If any student finds it difficult to do any question he must refer to the detailed solution that is given after the questions.

SSC CHSL Tier 1

Q.1.  Why didn’t you submitted your project on time? 

CHSL 12/4/2021 (Morning)

(a) you submitted                        (b) your project 

(c) Why didn’t                              (d) on time 

Q.2. Electric heaters were providing to all the officers at the guest house.

CHSL 12/4/2021 (Morning)

(a) at the guest house                (b) were providing 

(c) to all the officers                   (d) Electric heaters 

Q.3.Einstein’s school teachers thought he would never success in life.      

CHSL 12/4/2021 (Afternoon)

(a) thought he would                 (b) never success 

(c) in life                                     (d) Einstein’s school teachers 

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Q.4. Airlines have increased fares because according to the new rules only limiting passengers are allowed. 

CHSL 12/4/2021 (Afternoon)

(a) passengers are allowed                        (b) Airlines have increased fares 

(c) because according to                            (d) the new rules only limiting 

Q.5. We will definitely win the match / this time because our team / has prepare well.       

CHSL 12/4/2021 (Evening)

(a) We will definitely win the match           (b) this time because our team 

(c) No error                                                 (d) has prepare well 

Q.6. The project is / tough and I / can't be able to / complete it by Monday.

CHSL 12/4/2021 (Evening)

(a) complete it by Monday                         (b) tough and I 

(c) The project is                                         (d) can't be able to 

Q.7. That man would have attacked you, if you went that way. 

CHSL 13/4/2021 (Morning)

(a) That man would have                             (b) attacked you 

(c) that way                                                 (d) if you went 

Q.8. Employees were given incentives based at their performance.

CHSL 13/4/2021 (Morning)

(a) given incentives                                       (b) based at 

(c) Employees were                                       (d) their performance 

Q.9. Participating in the Republic Day Parade are considered an honour by many people.          

CHSL 13/4/2021 (Afternoon)

(a) Participating in                                          (b) the Republic Day Parade 

(c) by many people                                         (d) are considered an honour 

Q.10. I think someone has been picked my pocket while I was travelling in the metro.       

CHSL 13/4/2021 (Afternoon)

(a) I think                                                         (b) in the metro 

(c) while I was travelling                                  (d) someone has been picked my pocket 

Q.11. Thousands of people / in Telangana are employed on / the granite companies.

CHSL 13/4/2021 (Evening) 

(a) Thousands of people                                 (b) in Telangana are employed on 

(c) No error                                                     (d) the granite companies 

Q.12. The guards in the colony always keep an eye in things going on around.

CHSL 13/4/2021 (Evening)

(a) The guards in the colony                            (b) going on around  

(c) always keep                                                (d) an eye in things  

Q.13. He wonder for a moment if he had mistaken the direction. 

CHSL 15/4/2021 (Morning)

(a) for a moment                                              (b) He wonder 

(c) if he had mistaken                                      (d) the direction 

Q.14 People has been warning in advance about the coming economic crisis.

CHSL 15/4/2021 (Morning)

(a) People                                                        (b) economic crisis 

(c) in advance                                                  (d) has been warning 

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Q.15. Economists have declared that 2020 graduates will face the worse job depression since the Great Depression because of the COVID-19 pandemic.             

CHSL 15/4/2021 (afternoon) 

(a) Economists have declared that 2020 graduates   (b) will face the worse job depression 

(c) because of the COVID-19 pandemic                     (d) since the Great Depression 

Q.16. I have made it a point to call my teachers on September 5 as a token of mine gratitude.         

CHSL 15/4/2021 (afternoon) 

(a) on September 5 as a token                            (b) of mine gratitude 

(c) I have made                                                    (d) it a point to call my teachers 

Q.17. Please give me / a kilo of potatoes, / two kilos of tomatoes and / a bunch coriander leaves. 

CHSL 15/4/2021 (Evening)

(a) a bunch coriander leaves                                (b) a kilo of potatoes 

(c) Please give me                                                 (d) two kilos of tomatoes and 

Q.18 All our teachers teaches us very well but the mathematics teacher is the best.

CHSL 15/4/2021 (Evening)

(a) the mathematics teacher                                   (b) teaches us 

(c) is the best                                                          (d) All our teachers 

Q.19. Until I was / still a little weak, / I decided to walk home / from the metro station.

CHSL 16/4/2021 (Morning)

(a) from the metro station                                      (b) I decided to walk home 

(c) still a little weak                                                  (d) Until I was 

Q.20. The government has announced a gradual reboot of air travel who was halted two months ago due to lockdown. 

CHSL 16/4/2021 (Morning)

(a) reboot of air travel                                            (b) due to lockdown 

(c) The government has announced                      (d) who was halted 

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Q.21. Keep looking, and / you are sure to find the meaning / of the word on that page.          

CHSL 16/4/2021 (afternoon)

(a) of the word on that page                                (b) you are sure to find the meaning 

(c) No error                                                           (d) Keep looking and 

Q.22. Most hotels / offer for their guests / complimentary breakfast / during their stay there. 

CHSL 16/4/2021 (afternoon)

(a) complimentary breakfast                                 (b) during their stay there 

(c) offer for their guests                                        (d) Most hotels 

Q.23 Where did you kept the sack of wheat that I bought from the market?

CHSL 16/4/2021 (Evening)

(a) that I bought                                                  (b) the sack of wheat 

(c) Where did you kept                                        (d) from the market 

Q.24. Pavan returned back home / when he completed / his assignment abroad.

CHSL 16/4/2021 (Evening)

(a). Pavan returned back home                           (b). when he completed 

(c). his assignment abroad                                  (d). No error 

Q.25. Public speaking / is one of / the most feared form / of communication.

CHSL 19/4/2021 (Morning)

(a) the most feared form                                  (b) is one of 

(c) Public speaking                                            (d) of communication 

Q.26. After a long gap, / we went shopping / last Sunday and bought / that we wanted.      

CHSL 19/4/2021 (Morning)

(a) we went shopping                                          (b) After a long gap 

(c) that we wanted                                               (d) last Sunday and bought 

Q.27.He part the grass at the place where he had seen the deer. 

CHSL 19/4/2021 (afternoon)

(a) He part the grass                                             (b) where he had seen 

(c) at the place                                                      (d) the deer 

Q.28. Bags and purses were thoroughly checking at the entrance to the theatre.

CHSL 19/4/2021 (afternoon)

(a) were thoroughly checking                             (b) at the entrance 

(c) to the theatre                                                 (d) Bags and purses 

Q.29. I'm sorry, sir. / How many is / the fine for / returning the books late?

CHSL 19/4/2021 (Evening)

(a) I’m sorry, sir                                                    (b) returning the books late 

(c) How many is                                                    (d) the fine for 

Q.30. The children were warning not to try to climb the cliffs as they were very steep.

CHSL 19/4/2021 (Evening)

(a) were warning                                                   (b) to climb 

(c) as they were                                                     (d) not to try 

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Solutions

Sol.1.(a)‘Did’ always take the first/base form of the verb(V1) with it. However, ‘submit’ is the first form of ‘submitted’. Hence, ‘why didn’t you submit’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.2.(b)The given sentence is in the passive voice so the verb must be used in its past form(provided) and not in the continuous form(providing). Hence, ‘were provided’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.3.(b) Succeed is a verb that means to manage to achieve what you want. But, success is a noun. However, the given sentence needs a verb. Hence, ‘never succeed’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.4.(d) The later part of the given sentence is in the past tense(allowed) so the verb must be used in its past form(limited) and not in the continuous form(limiting). Hence. ‘the new rules only limited’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.5.(d)“Has/Have + V3(third form of the verb)” is grammatically the correct structure for the later part of the sentence which is in present perfect tense. Hence, ‘has prepared( V3) well‘ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.6.(d) We cannot use ‘able’ and ‘can’ together in a sentence because it will become a case of superfluousness(not necessary). However, in the given sentence, the narrator is talking about a day(Monday) in the future & we use ‘will’ in future tense. Hence, ‘will not be able to’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.7.(d) “IF+sub+Had + V3 _…….would have + V3” is grammatically the correct structure for the given sentence. Hence, ‘If you had gone’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.8.(b)  The phrase ‘based at’ is used to refer to the main place where you live or work & the phrase ‘based on’ means to use particular ideas or facts to make a decision. However, the given sentence states that employees were given incentives based on their performance. Hence, ‘based on’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.9.(d) According to the “Subject-Verb Agreement Rule”, a singular subject always takes a singular verb and a plural subject always takes a plural verb. In the given sentence, ‘participating’ is a singular subject that will take ‘is’ as a singular verb. Hence, ‘is considered an honour’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.10.(d) Either the correct structure should be (Has/have + V3) or (Has/Have been + V-ing). Hence, ‘someone has been picked my pocket’ will be replaced by ‘someone has picked(V3) my pocket’ to make the given sentence grammatically correct.

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Sol.11.(b) Employees take the preposition “in” when used as doing something.‘Be employed in doing something’ is grammatically the correct structure. Similarly, the given sentence states that thousands of people in Telangana are employed in granite companies. Hence, ‘in Telangana are employed in’ is the most appropriate answer.  

Sol.12.(d) The correct grammatical phrase is ‘to keep an eye on something’ which means to watch something/someone carefully. Hence, ‘an eye on things’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.13.(b) The given sentence is in the past tense(had mistaken) so the verb must be used in its simple past form(wondered) and not in the base/present form(wonder). Hence, ‘wonder’ will be replaced by ‘wondered’ to make the given sentence grammatically correct.

Sol.14.(d) According to the “Subject-Verb Agreement Rule”, a singular subject always takes a singular verb and a plural subject always takes a plural verb. In the given sentence, ‘People’ is a plural subject that will take ‘have’ as a plural verb. Hence, ‘people have been warning’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.15.(b) Worse is used as a comparative degree like your project is worse than Rahul’s project. But, ‘worst’ is used as a superlative degree which is used to show the highest degree of anything like most beautiful, best, fastest, etc. However, the given sentence states that 2020 graduates will face job depression of the highest degree since the Great Depression. Hence, ‘will face the worst job depression’ is the most appropriate answer. 

Sol.16.(b) ‘My’ is a possessive adjective and pronoun, while ‘mine’ can only be used as a possessive pronoun. However, ‘my’ comes before a noun and ‘mine’ comes after the noun. In the given sentence, ‘my’ should come before ‘gratitude’ which is a noun. Hence, ‘of my gratitude’ is the most appropriate answer. 

Sol.17.(a) Bunch means a number of things, usually of the same type, fastened or growing together. However, we generally write a bunch of things. Hence, a bunch of coriander leaves is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.18.(b) According to the “Subject-Verb Agreement Rule”, a singular subject always takes a singular verb and a plural subject always takes a plural verb. In the given sentence, ‘teachers’ is a Plural subject that will take ‘teach’ as a plural verb. Hence, ‘teach us’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.19.(d) Until is used to describe an effect that will take place & Still is used to denote the continuity of the action. In the given sentence, the narrator described the continuity of the action of walking. So, we will remove the word ‘until’. Hence, ‘I was still a little weak’ is the most appropriate answer

Sol.20.(d) Replace “who” with “which”. In the given sentence, the halting of air travel due to lockdown was exact. Hence, ‘which was halted’ is the most appropriate answer. 

Sol.21.(c) The sentence is grammatically correct.

Sol.22.(c) There is a prepositional error in the given sentence. The use of ‘for’ after ‘offer’ is irrelevant so it should be removed. Hence, ‘most hotels offer their guests complimentary breakfast’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.23.(c) ‘Did’ always takes the first/base form of the verb(V1) with it. The base form of ‘kept’ is ‘keep’. Hence, ‘keep’ is the most appropriate answer. 

Sol.24.(a) We cannot write ‘return’ and ‘back’ together because it becomes a case of superfluousness(not necessary). Hence, ‘Pavan returned home’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.25.(a) According to the “Subject-Verb Agreement Rule”, ‘One of/ Each of/ Most of/ Either of + Plural Subject + Singular verb’ is grammatically the correct structure. In the given sentence, we will use a singular verb(forms). Hence, ‘ the most feared forms’ is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.26.(c) ‘What’ is used to refer to the thing or things that have been mentioned or said like shopping mentioned in the given sentence. Hence, ‘what is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.27.(a) The latter part of the given sentence is in the past perfect tense(had seen) so the former part must have a verb in its simple past form(parted) and not in the base form(part). Hence, ‘He part the grass’ will be replaced by  ‘He parted the grass’ to make the sentence grammatically correct.

Sol.28.(a) The given sentence is in the past tense(were) so the verb must be used in its simple past form(checked) and not in the past continuous form(checking). Hence, ‘were thoroughly checking’ will be replaced by ‘were thoroughly checked’ to make the sentence grammatically correct.

Sol.29.(c) ‘Many’ is used for countable nouns, for example how many apples. However, ‘much’ is used for uncountable nouns for example how much money, how much rice, etc. Similarly in the given sentence, fine is uncountable. Hence, ‘how much is the fine for?’  is the most appropriate answer.

Sol.30.(a) The given sentence is in the past tense(they were steep) so the verb must be used in its simple past form(warned) and not in the present perfect continuous form(warning). Hence, ‘were warning’ will be replaced by ‘were warned’ to make the given sentence grammatically correct.

 

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