Banking Question on English

Directions: In each of the following exercises we have sentences given in four parts. Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is no error; the answer is (5). (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any)

1. (1) Magic realism is one/ (2) of the latest (3) addition to good literature/ (4) published in recent times. (5) No Error

2. (1) Even though he found the subject / (2) rather interesting Manju could not/(3) manage good marks/(4) in the examination./ (5) No error

3. (1) I now understand why/ (2) Sanjay did not told/(3) me the reason why/(4) he was late./(5) No Error

4. (1) He got to the top/(2) and was very disappointed /(3) when he found that/(4) he was late./(5) No error

5. (1) Our rich men,/(2) to say the least, /(3) did not advance the moral struggle/(4) of passive resistance as much the poor./(5) No Error

6. (1) You are learning English / (2) for the last one year/ (3) but you show/(4) no improvement whatsoever./(5) No Error

7. (1) My friend being unwilling to attend/ (2) the court at an early hour/(3) of the morning, sent a letter explaining./(5) No Error

8. (1) Such a life as this/(2) is far conductive to health/(3) than that of the man/(4) who rises late./(5) No Error

9. (1) We had swam /(2) across/(3) the river before/(4)the sun set./(5) No Error

10. (1) I knew your college library/(2) was run chaotically /(3) but only recently I discover/(4) how bad the situation is./(5) No Error