Spot the Errors - English (MCQ) for Bank, MBA, CAT, MAT, GMAT, SSC for Q. 26260
Q. She has bought (1) / a dozen of copies (2) / of English Grammar (3) / books. (4) / No Error (5)- Published on 11 Jan 17
The correct expression should be - 'a dozen copies'
or 'dozens of copies'
The correct sentence should be: She has bought a dozen copies
of English Grammar books.Nouns that express measure, money, length, weight, number or counting
|Foot, Thousand, Hundred, Meter, Pair, Score, Million, Year, Head, Dozen|
|Incorrect:||Seven hundreds miles is a long distance.|
|Correct:||Seven hundred miles is a long distance.|
|Incorrect:||It was a ten-years project.|
|Correct:||It was a ten-year project.|
|Incorrect:||Three dozens eggs have been bought.|
|Correct:||Three dozen eggs have been bought.|