Directions: In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.
1
As I reached the hospital (A) / I had found, a great rush of visitor (B) / whose relatives had been admitted there (C) / for one or the other ailment. (D) / No error (E)
» Explain it
B
In part B, 'a great rush' signifies more than one person and thus 'visitors' must be used in place of 'visitor'.

Hence, option B is correct.

 
2
He was angry with me (A) / because he thought my (B) / remark was (C) / aimed before him. (D) / No error
» Explain it
D
If your actions or remarks are aimed at a particular person or group, you intend that the person or group should notice them and be influenced by them.

Ex. Advertising aimed at children should be curbed.

In part D, 'aimed before' hence must be replaced with 'aimed at' to make it a grammatically correct sentence.

Hence, option D is correct.

 
3
Had he done (A) / his home work well (B) / he would not have (C) / suffered embarrassment. (D) / No error (E)
» Explain it
A
The sentence is absolutely correct and thus has no error in it. 
 
Option E is hence the correct answer.
 
4
Just laws are no restraint upon (A) / the freedom of the good, (B) / for the good man desires nothing (C) / which a just law interfere with. (D) / No error (E)
» Explain it
D
In part D, 'interfere' must be replaced with 'interferes' to match the tense of the sentence. 

Hence, option D is correct.

 
5
The ground outside the village, (A) / abounding with frogs and snakes, (B) / the enemies of mankind, (C) / is soft and marshy. (D) / No error (E)
» Explain it
E
The sentence is absolutely correct and thus has no error in it. 
 
Option E is hence the correct answer.