Find the part of the given sentence that has an error in it. If there is no error, choose ‘No error' A herd of grapes (1) / is kept (2) / on the table (3) /. No error (4)

By Ritesh|Updated : October 31st, 2022
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A bunch of grapes is kept on the table. A collective noun is a term for a collection of distinct objects, creatures, or people. For instance, "Armada of Ships" and "Fleet of Ships" are collective nouns for ships. Bunch is the collective word for a bunch of grapes. As a result, part 1 of the given sentence contains a mistake, and "herd" has to be changed to "bunch." As a result, choice C is the right response.

The totality of the phrase On the table is a cluster of grapes.

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Let's examine some further group nouns:

  • A group of ants is known as a colony.
  • A group of cows is known as a herd.
  • A group of singers is known as a choir.
  • A group of fish is known as a school.
  • A group of kittens is known as Kindle.

Summary:

Find the part of the given sentence that has an error in it. If there is no error, choose ‘No error' A herd of grapes (1) / is kept (2) / on the table (3) /. No error (4)

A bunch of grapes is kept on the table.

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