46) Our new project (1) is equally successful as (2) our previous project (3) we had presented. (4) No error (5)
'Equally and 'successful as' are not used together. So, remove 'equally' from the second part of the sentence and replace it with 'as', e.g., is as successful as our previous project.
47) The reason why (1) she is (2) rejected is because (3) she is too young. (4) No error (5)
In a sentence, 'because' is not used with 'reason'. So, remove 'because' from the third part of the sentence, e.g. the reason why she is rejected is, she is too young.
48) I suddenly came across (1) Ram when (2) I was going (3) to market. (4) No error (5)
When you come across someone or something, you find or meet them by chance or suddenly. So, the above sentence is a superfluous sentence as more than one word is used for a single meaning. So, remove 'suddenly' from the first part of the sentence, e.g., I came across Ram.
49) In Chennai (1) Deepak came across with (2) many of his friends (3) who had settled in this city. (4) No error (5)
The meaning of 'came across' is 'to meet suddenly'. So, remove 'with' in the second part of the sentence, e.g., Deepak came across many of his friends.
50) Suppose if (1) you are tired (2) what would you (3) do then? (4) No error (5)
'If'is not used with 'suppose'; either use 'if' or 'suppose', not both of them together. So, remove 'if' from the first part of the sentence, e.g., suppose you are tired.
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