In the following question, one part of the sentence may have an error. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and click the button corresponding to it. If the sentence is free from error, click the “No error” option. Ignore the errors of punctuation and typos, if any.
#1 (a) It can (b) rain (c) this evening .
Ans- It may/might/could rain this evening.
#2 (a) I am agree (b) that archaeological treasures (c) should be protected.
Ans- I agree that archaeological treasures should be protected.
#3 (a) Ramesh is one (b) of our (c) better students.
Ramesh is one of our superior students.
#4 (a) There is still little (b) tea left (c) in the cup.
Ans- There is still some tea left in the cup.
#5 (a) The local (b) residents would like (c) to clean the neighbourhood.
Ans- The local residents would like to clean up the neighbourhood.