Editing Passages

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Read the passage given below. Each of these sentences has an error. Correct and rewrite them in the answer booklet.
(1) Varanasi is locate on the North Eastern part of India. Hindu pilgrims go to there to purify their souls.  (2) To the Hindus Varanasi is a holiest pilgrimage center to all. (3)Thousands of pilgrims visit this wholly city every year. (4)As early as four o'clock at the morning the pilgrims are seen making their way to the famous bathing steps known as Ghats. (5) From there they board row boats to the holy river ganges to take bath. In doing this the pilgrims believe that their sins would be washed away.
Read the passage given below. Each of these sentences has an error. Correct and rewrite them in the answer booklet.
(1) It is time we look at the latent causes. Where does the strength of India lie? (2) Not in numbers, not necessary in our moral stands on international issues. (3) In modern times, the strength of a nation lies in its achievement in science and technology. This is not to say that other fields are do not count. In the five decades after independence, we have yet to demonstrate our originality in applied science and technology.(4) Though Japan also started like us, on cultivating technology of West, the Japanese adapted and improved originality in the areas of science and technology. The generation which is at the helm of affairs in science and technology in our country, mostly consisted of self-seekers. (5) By and by, with a few exceptions, the science and technology mangers in India concentrated in gaining power and influence. They loved publicity.
Read the passage given below. Each of these sentences has an error. Correct and rewrite them in the answer booklet.
(1) It was a well-known preacher who found dead in a first-class railway carriage with a third-class ticket in his pocket. And as for books, who has any morals where they are concerned? I remember some years ago the library of a famous divine and literary critic, who had died, being old. (2) It was a splendid library of rare books, chiefly concerned seventeenth-century writers, about whom he was a distinguished authority. Multitudes of the books had the marks of libraries all over the country. (3) He had borrowed them and never found a convenience opportunity of returning them. They clung to him like precedents to law. (4) Yet he was a holy man and preaches admirable sermons, as I can bear witness. And, if you press me on the point, I shall have to own that it is hard to part with a book you have come to love. It is possible, of course that the gentleman who took my silk umbrella did really make a mistake. Perhaps if he knew the owner he would return it with his compliments. After my experience to-day, I think I will engrave my name on my umbrella. (5) But not on that baggy thing in the corner standing. I do not care who relieves me of that. It is anybody’s for the taking.
Read the passage given below. Each of these sentences has an error. Correct and rewrite them in the answer booklet.
Old Giant: The Snow covered up the grass with her great white cloak, and the Frost painted all the trees silver. (1) Then they invited the North Wind to stay with them. When he came, he was wrapped in heavy furs. (2) He roared all day about the garden and rejoiced in blowing the chimney pots over.
North Wind: (3) This is a delightful spot; we must ask the Hail to come on a visit.Old Giant:      So the old Hail came. Every day for three hours he rattled on the roof of the castle till he broke most of the slates, (4) and then he ran round and round the garden as fast as he could go. He was dressed in grey, and his breath was like ice. (5) I sat at the window and looked out into at my cold white garden.
The Giant:     I cannot  understand why the Spring is so late in coming. I hope there will be a change in the weather.