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1

Not only has the Director (A) / made a good impression, but increased (B) / the motivation of the workers. (C) / No error (D)

B

The fragment B of the sentence is erroneous. The addition of 'but also' to the second clause would complete it.

The correct sentence would be, "Not only has the Director made a good impression, but also increased the motivation of the workers."

Option B is hence the correct answer.

The correct sentence would be, "Not only has the Director made a good impression, but also increased the motivation of the workers."

Option B is hence the correct answer.

2

The antidote (A) / must be administered (B) / two times in a day. (C) / No error (D)

C

The fragment C of the sentence is erroneous as prepositions are not used in expressions such as 'two times a day', 'seventy miles an hour' and 'ten rupees a kilo'.

The correct sentence would be, "The antidote must be administered two times a day."

Option C is hence the correct answer.

The correct sentence would be, "The antidote must be administered two times a day."

Option C is hence the correct answer.

3

Salman Rushdie is (A) / as talented writer (B) / as Graham Greene. (C) / No error (D)

B

The fragment B of the sentence is erroneous since when 'as' comes before the adjective, 'a/an' follows the adjective.

**Ex. **Vikesh is as good a singer as Atif Aslam.

The correct sentence would be, "Salman Rushdie is as talented a writer as Graham Greene."

Option B is hence the correct answer.

The correct sentence would be, "Salman Rushdie is as talented a writer as Graham Greene."

Option B is hence the correct answer.

4

Autumn is the driest season, winter receives less precipitation (A) / than summer, yet the weather patterns in Switzerland (B) / are not in a stable climate pattern. (C) / No error (D)

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D

There is no error in the sentence.
Hence, the correct answer is option D.
5

Yesterday, the organising committee of the prestigious annual event (A) / apologize for putting the university and (B) / the Wharton School administration in an awkward position.(C) / No error (D)

B

As the sentence is in the past tense, the verb “apologize” in part B should be ‘apologized’.

Hence the correct answer is option B.