This SAT test includes questions on sentence errors which are part of the SAT Critical Reading section.
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Each sentence contains either a single error or no error at all. No sentence contains more than one error. Select the underlined/lettered answer that indicates the error or select E to indicate that the sentence has no error.
The bright(A) stained glass sculptures the artist has received(B) critical acclaim not only(C) in his home town, but also in(D) New York City. No Error(E)
People who dislike cats sometimes(A) criticize them for being(B) savvy and independent; whereas those who are fond of(C) cats often admire them for(D) the same qualities. No Error(E)
The decision that has just been(A) agreed with(B) by the board members should serve as a basis for their(C) other accomplishments in the years to come(D). No Error(E)
Because there is(A) two sets of cutlery, a couple napkins, and plates on each table, students do not have(B) to set(C) their own(D) place settings. No Error(E)
Each time OLahav turns on his computer, he has(A) to wait for it to load, enter the special code, and then enters a password(B) to get into his workspace before(C) he can begin working(D). No Error(E)
The starling is such a(A) pest in rural areas that it has become(B) necessary to find ways(C) of controlling the growth of there(D) population. No Error(E)
Sylvia’s dilemma was like many others(A) young graduates; she had to choose(B) between a reputable school in India and(C) many great opportunities offered by(D) international colleges and universities.
When requesting(A) a day off, Hamad tried to(B) give as many positive reasons as possible(C) to persuade(D) his supervisor. No Error(E)
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