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Friday, 23 December 2011

Class X English Grammar Practice Test 3 21-12-11 Anwers

 

1. George did not realise that he had committed an error. [Begin: Little …]

Little did George realise that he had committed an error.

2. I do not care which portfolio in the cabinet I am offered. [Begin: I care very…]

I care very little which portfolio in the cabinet I am offered/ is offered to me.

3. Rachel must apologise or else she will be punished. [Use: apology]

Rachel’s apology will save her from punishment.

If Rachel makes an apology, she will not be punished.

4. He succeeded in completing the assignments although he was ill. [Use: Despite…]

Despite his illness, he succeeded in completing the assignments.

5. If I had not intervened in the matter, it would have had a drastic consequence. [Begin: But…]

But for my intervention in the matter, it would have had a drastic consequence.

6. The granny opened the door and her pet dog ran out. [End: dog]

The granny opened the door and out ran her pet dog.

7. If a fire breaks out, use the emergency exit. [Begin: In case of ….]

In case of a fire/fire, use the emergency exit.

8. Always use a standard dictionary. Do not use a three-penny one. [Use: in lieu of]

Always use a standard dictionary in lieu of a three penny one.

9. “Have you heard of the Yeti, Mohan?” , said Meera. [ Change into a statement]

Meera asked Mohan whether he had heard of the Yeti.

10. Rosa was so sure of winning the race that she skipped her daily practice. [Begin: So….]

So sure of winning the race was Rosa that she skipped her daily practice.

11. Caesar’s overbearing pride was the reason for his tragic fall. [Use: proud]

Caesar tragically fell as he was overbearingly proud.

Caesar was so overbearingly proud that he tragically fell.

12. Joan was pretty .She was not intelligent. [combine using as]

Joan was not as intelligent as she was pretty.

13. If you need any help, call the Customer Care. [Begin: Should…]

Should you need any help, call the Customer Care.

14. They believe that honey is the ambrosia on earth. [Change the voice]

It is believed that honey is the ambrosia on earth.

15. You have to persevere in order to prove yourself in life. [Use: so that]

You have to persevere so that you will/can/may prove yourself in life.

19 comments:

  1. Wow, these are quite tough...hopefully I will be prepared for the boards, in march

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  2. WELL!I did them all.

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  3. Hello!
    I'm a student of Humanities. I recently changed to CBSE board from ICSE and the English is far below the level that I would like. So I will need to tutor myself in ISC English. Do you know if any teacher's manual is there that I can follow for that purpose?
    Thank you :)

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  4. please help me!!!

    Only a few books were remaining on the shelf when we left.
    begin Most.....

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    1. Most of the book *were gone/taken away* when we left.

      I'm not exactly sure of this answer `\(^_^)/`
      sue me if it's not correct ! Sorry! =)

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    2. Most of the books on the shelf were removed when we left.
      Actually, there are other possibilities too.

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    3. Most of the books were taken away when we left.

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  5. these are pretty tough !!! do these level of questions come in boards

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  8. most of the books has disappeared as we left

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  9. help please..
    either you or i must go to the market.(begin-If..)

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    1. If you do not go to the market, I will have to.

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    2. either you or i has to go to the market.

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    3. the basic error in your answer is 'I has'.

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  10. can the third one be
    -Rachel must make an apology or else she will be punished

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