Directions (Q. 1- 5) Reach each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

1. The buzz at the party was (1) / that a famous (2) / film star and politician, would (3) / probable drop by for a while (4) / No error (5)

The buzz at the party was

that a famous

film star and politician, would

probable drop by for a while

No error


2. The opposition disrupted proceedings (1) / in both Houses of Parliament (2) / for the second consecutive day (3) / above the plight of farmers in the country (4) / No error (5)

The opposition disrupted proceedings

in both Houses of Parliament

for the second consecutive day

above the plight of farmers in the country

No error


3. In response of the growing crisis, (1) / the agency is urgently asking for (2) / more contributions, to make up for (3) / its sharp decline in purchasing power (4) / No error

In response of the growing crisis,

the agency is urgently asking for

more contributions, to make up for

its sharp decline in purchasing power

No error


4. The Tennis player easy through (1) / the opening set before her opponent, (2) / rallied to take the final two sets (3) / for the biggest victory of her young career. (4) No error (5)

The Tennis player easy through

the opening set before her opponent,

rallied to take the final two sets

for the biggest victory of her young career.

No error


5. Aggression in some teenage boys (1) / may be linkage to overly (2) / large glands in their brains, (3) / a new study has found. (4) No error (5)

 

Aggression in some teenage boys

may be linkage to overly

large glands in their brains,

a new study has found.

No error