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
In the circumstance (A) / the manager has (B) / no option (C) / except to resign. (D) / No error (E)
» Explain it
D
The preposition 'except' is generally followed by a gerund while 'but' is followed by an infinitive.
 
In option D, the preposition 'except', therefore, must be replaced with 'but' to make it a grammatically correct sentence. 

Hence, option D is correct.
 
2
It is now (A) / possible for customers (B) / to handle nearly all (C) / their transactions online. (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.
 
3
Against his family's wishes (A) / Rajesh plans to (B) / take up a job (C) / as a journalist. (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.
 
4
After her retiring (A) / she established many (B) / institutions to train (C) / underpriviliged but talented children. (D) / No error (E)
» Explain it
A
In option A, 'retiring' must be replaced with 'retirement' to make it a grammatically correct sentence. 

Hence, option A is correct.


5
 The company has launched (A) / a creative marketing campaign (B) / to reach for (C) / its rural customers. (D) / No error (E)
» Explain it
C
In option C, 'for' is not required as 'reach' need not be followed by a preposition.

Hence, option C is correct.