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Friday, 3 August 2018

ICSE 2019 English 1 Practice Paper 1 Suggested Answers


ICSE 2019 English 1 Practice Paper 1 Suggested Answers
Question 1                                                                                                                        
(a) You are the President of a children's club in your locality. You and your team are planning to organize a programme to celebrate Teachers Day.
Write a notice to be put up in the local Supermarket, giving details of the programme to create an awareness of the event.

 (b) Write an e-mail to the General Manager of the Supermarket seeking permission to display the notice and requesting a sponsorship for the event.
To: gm@shoppersdelight.com
Sub: Teachers Day Celebration
Sir,
We are planning to celebrate the Teachers Day and honour our esteemed teachers on 5 September 2018 at 4.00.p.m.
We expect around 25 teachers and 30 guests for the ceremony.
We request you to kindly allow us to conduct the ceremony in the foyer of your shopping mall, The Shoppers Delight.
We will be grateful if you will sponsor tea and snacks for the teachers and guests attending the formal gathering.
Expecting a positive response,
Yours faithfully,
President
The Children's Club
Queen’s Gardens
Hyderabad
Question 2
(a) Rewrite the following sentences as per the directions given without changing the meaning of any of the sentence:                                                                                          
1. Hide the letter lest your friend should read it. 
2. The lion had no intention to hurt the clown.
3. No sooner does the film get over than the audience rush to the exit. 
4. My mother asked me to check my purse and added that I might have forgotten the flight ticket.
5. Kate’s rude behaviour shocked Rahel.
6. Jameel does not love me as much as he loves his dog.
7. Anila exclaimed that it was thrilling to watch the game.
8. Hercules is not as strong as Atlas.
(b) Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions.                            
1. The question is of much importance.
2. Worshipping the sun is prevalent among the tribals.
3. She broke the mirror into many pieces.
4. He ate rice with curry.