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"To err is human; to forgive, divine."
- Alexander Pope
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1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 10) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any 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 (4). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

Q. 1) The most striking qualities /2) that he could be said to /3) possess was his /4) gentle man lines.

A.    The most striking qualities B.    that he could be said to
C.    possess was his D.    gentle man lines.
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2 .

Q. 1) Though man is essentially a creature /2) moved by baser elements like emotions and passions /3) but in the view of the writer /4) man is not completely devoid of reason.

A.    Though man is essentially a creature B.    moved by baser elements like emotions and passions
C.    but in the view of the writer D.    man is not completely devoid of reason.
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Q. 1) The concept of private rights /2) of the individuals is another /3) countributions made by /4) the Romans to the world.

A.    The concept of private rights B.    of the individuals is another
C.    countributions made by D.    the Romans to the world.
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4 .

Q. 1) The unity and peace of /2) civil society demands that /3) the church must be subordinated /4) to the secular government.

A.    The unity and peace of B.    civil society demands that
C.    the church must be subordinated D.    to the secular government.
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Q. 1) In a nutshell, Hobbes's concept /2) of human nature is that /3) man is essentially selfish, contentious, /4) No error

A.    In a nutshell, Hobbess concept B.    of human nature is that
C.    man is essentially selfish, contentious, D.    No error
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6 .

Q. 1) In modern times, the concept of /2) rule of law has become the chief characteristic /3) of most of the democratic states /4) such as USA and India.

A.    In modern times, the concept of B.    rule of law has become the chief characteristic
C.    of most of the democratic states D.    such as USA and India.
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Q. 1) The idea of superiority /2) of Greek states than all other forms of government /3) lost importance when Alexander conquered /4) the East and the West.

A.    The idea of superiority B.    of Greek states than all other forms of government
C.    lost importance when Alexander conquered D.    the East and the West.
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8 .

Q. 1) The rights which the law of nature gives /2) to every individual and which is inalienable /3) are those which could not be /4) taken away by any person.

A.    The rights which the law of nature gives B.    to every individual and which is inalienable
C.    are those which could not be D.    taken away by any person.
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Q. 1) One should have a sense of gratitude /2) so that the benefactor does /3) not have reasonable cause /4) to repent him for his good will.

A.    One should have a sense of gratitude B.    so that the benefactor does
C.    not have reasonable cause D.    to repent him for his good will.
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Q. 1) Seeking pleaure or avoidance of /2) pain would be to low or base /3) a goal of life for /4) human beings to fix.

A.    Seeking pleaure or avoidance of B.    pain would be to low or base
C.    a goal of life for D.    human beings to fix.
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