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Thursday, 18 February 2010

ICSE Examinations 2008 and 2009 Grammar Questions and Answers

ICSE Examinations Grammar Questions from 2008
Question 4
(a)    In the following passage, fill in each of the numbered blanks with the correct form of the word given in brackets. Do not copy the passage, but write in correct serial order the word or phrase appropriate to the blank space.
Example:        (0) was.
There (0)    (be) some confusion in the doorway. A man (1)     (get) into the compartment (2) _    (stammer) an apology. Then the door (3)    (bang) and the world was (4)     (shut) out again. I (5)     (return) to my berth. The
guard (6)    (blow) his whistle and we (7)    (move) off. Once again I (8)    (has) a game to play.                             
0. was 1. got 2. stammering 3 banged. 4. shut 5 returned 6. blew 7. moved 8. had
(b)    Fill in the blanks with appropriate words:-
(i)        The   elderly   man  prepared   himself  for a   life of retirement.