Verbal Ability - Spotting Errors - Discussion

Discussion :: Spotting Errors - Section 1 (Q.No.123)

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

123. 

(solve as per the direction given above)

[A]. At the end of the year
[B]. every student who had done adequate work
[C]. was automatically promoted.
[D]. No error.

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

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Narendra said: (Jul 8, 2010)  
I think 3 rd sentence should be "is automatically promoted."

Syed Javeed Basha said: (Jul 24, 2010)  
Nope buddy. The second sentence speaks abt past tense i.e "HAD DONE" So third sentence is correct, but I guess every student must be replaced by EACH student.

Arun said: (Aug 2, 2010)  
I think Syed Javeed Basha IS correct.

Snigdha said: (Aug 10, 2010)  
i too think syed is correct.

Shru... said: (Sep 1, 2010)  
OK if had done is changed to have done i.e every student who have done adequate work WAS... will again become past tense.

Siva Ram said: (Nov 25, 2013)  
If we use "is" there we have to use "have" there I think.

Indrajit said: (Aug 25, 2014)  
Every is correct because every is used when there are more than two people and each is used when there are two or more than two is used. Here student is taken as a collective noun so every is more appropriate and also had is correct because the case is past perfect.

Lata said: (Oct 19, 2014)  
Option B should be wrong. The correct sentence structure should be.

"Every student who had done an adequate work" the article "an" is missing.

Aditaya said: (May 29, 2015)  
Correct is - In the end of the year.

Rahul said: (Jun 12, 2015)  
Why would not were in place of was?

Ram said: (Sep 14, 2015)  
@Rahul each and every is always followed by singular verb.

Arif said: (Dec 19, 2016)  
I think some of the student who had done adequate work will be right answer.

Stark said: (Oct 26, 2017)  
It means "an adequate work".

Paul said: (May 11, 2021)  
I think option C be;.

Would automatically promoted.

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