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1 GRAMMAR WORKSHEET: Class X Topics Covered: I. Sentence Rearrangement II. Verb Forms III. Editing and Omission IV. Determiners V. Process Writing VI. Reported Speech SENTENCE REARRANGEMENT Q. Rearrange to form meaningful sentences. Example are/ have/ what/ us/ we/ made/ thoughts/ our We are what our thoughts have made us. 1. far/ live/ they/ thoughts/ travel/and 2. care/ think/ so/ you/ of/ take/ what 3. we do,/ that/an/ we think,/ impression/ on the mind/ every work/ everything/ leaves 4. sum total/ a/ is/ these/ impressions/ man's character/ by/ determined/ the/ of 5. If good/ becomes/ prevail,/ good/ character/ impressions/ the Example are/ a reflection/ paintings/ in/the/ created/ of/ they/ times/ which/ are Paintings are a reflection of the times in which they are created. 1. thousands / over a / appear to / the / paintings / many / Bradshaw / period of / painted / have been / of / years 2. demonstrate / artistic / technical / these / skill / remarkable / and / paintings / finesse 3. cultural / they seem / into a society / refinement / to offer / an insight / an advanced / which possessed / level of VERB FORMS: Q. Complete the passage with a suitable form of the verb in brackets. My English is really getting better. I (try) to learn the language since 1985, but only recently have I been able to make some real progress. By the time I started high school in 1988, I (study) the language for almost three years; however, I was

2 only able to introduce myself and utter a few memorized sentences. For a couple more years, I (struggle) through grammar and vocabulary lessons, which made absolutely no difference. Nothing worked, so I decided to study abroad. I found an exchange program in England that sounded like the perfect answer. I (stay) with a host family for one month. It was a huge disappointment! I (sit) there the whole time staring at the host mother and father hoping that there would be some breakthrough. Nothing! When I returned, I mentioned to a friend that I (have) problems with the language for years. He recommended that I spend a year in an English speaking country. I decided to go abroad again. I (research) exchange programs for a couple of weeks and finally decided on a school in the United States. Well, it worked. I (live) and (study) in the U.S. for more than two years. I (stay) here for at least another year before I return home. By then, I should be completely fluent. EDITING AND OMISSION I. In the following passage, there is one error in each line. Underline the same and write the correct word in the space provided alongside. The first one has been done for you as an example. One morning, the Nawab call a) his minister and said him b) that I wanted the length and c) breadth from the earth d) measured. He also feel the e) need to have the stars on the f) sky counted. The minister says g) that the task he have been h) set being impossible. i) Couples who marries to settle a) down is likely to be headed b) for difficulties, said Dr. Paul, Director of the Institute of Family relations, Los Angeles

3 Most marriage difficulty are caused c) by improper balance in normal human needs. d) These are the needs of social acceptance, e) a full emotion life, and f) some outlet of individual g) creative impulse. h) India is very fortunate that it have many a) rivers. Their famous rivers are Sutlej, b) Ganga, Yamuna and Narmada. Some of the river like Ganga, which c) originated from the Himalayas, flow d) throughout the year. They provide water for both drinking and irrigational purpose. e) Some river in India are considered very f) sacred and are worshipped. II. In the following passage, one word has been omitted in each line. In your answer sheet write down the word that comes before and after along with the word which has been omitted. The first one has been done for you as an example. After the holy man had spoken Rama, a)spoken to Rama he told Rama's mother that should b) be sent to pray the Kali Temple in the c) village. He promised good lady that if d) this was done, Kali, the goddess appear, e)

4 take pity on him and bless. Then, all her f) worries would over. g) Srinagar abounds natural beauty. a) It is often termed a paradise on earth. b) Tourists from all over world come to c) see its everlasting beauty is scattered over d) its outskirts. It is a small place, intensely e) fascinating. DETERMINERS Fill in the blanks by choosing the correct determiner from the given options: 1. Have you ever had operation? a. many b. a few c. some d. an 2. Only houses were spared by the earthquake. a. any b. many c. a little 3. There are not people on the street. a. some b. a few c. much d. any 4. Sometimes, patience and advice helps more than medicine. a. many b. a little c. any 5. football fans ran into ground at the end of the match and beat up the referee. a. every b. each

5 c. several d. either 6. I m taking away more than what I have been able to give, said Mrs. Singh on her farewell. a. many b. most c. much d. little 7. I would like to have tea with sugar. a. any b. many c. a little 8. There aren't students in the library. a. some b. a few c. much d. little 9. I've got to solve math problems before I go to sleep. a. much b. a little c. any 10. She gave a cookie to child. a. few b. each c. several d. any PROCESS WRITING I. Given below is a set of instructions for a person suffering from influenza. Use these instructions to complete the paragraph by writing a suitable phrase in each blank from the choices given: 1. Avoid milk and milk products. 2. Make a decoction of about ten mint leaves in a cup of water. 3. Add a teaspoon of honey before drinking it at bedtime. 4. Keep an onion by the side of the bed to inhale. 5. Take a salad prepared from radish twice a day. 6. Consult your doctor in case of any problem.

6 Milk and milk products (a).a decoction of about (b) in a cup of water. A teaspoon of (c) before it is drunk at bedtime. A cut onion (d) so that it can be inhaled. A salad prepared (e) twice a day. Doctor (f) in case of any problem. (a) (i) are to be avoided (iii) are being avoided (ii) is to be avoided (iv) have been avoided (b) (i) ten mint leaves is being made (ii) ten mint leaves should be made (iii) ten mint leaves are being made (iv) make with ten mint leaves (c) (i) honey should be added to it (iii) adds honey to it (d) (i) has been placed near the bed (iii) is being placed near the bed (e) (i) from radish is to be taken (iii) from radish is taken (f) (i) is being consulted (iii) should be consulted (ii) honey are being added to it (iv) honey had been added to it (ii) place near the bed (iv) is to be placed near the bed (ii) from radish is being taken (iv) taken from radish (ii) have been consulted (iv) to be consulted REPORTED SPEECH Read the following conversation and then report it in the paragraph that follows: I. Teacher: How did you lose the fingers of your right hand? Student: I put them in a horse s mouth to see how many teeth he had. Teacher: And then what happened? Student: The horse closed his mouth to see how many fingers I had. A teacher was once teaching his class. He was surprised to see that one of the students had no fingers in his right hand. He asked him (a).the student told him that (b) to see (c). At this the teacher inquired what had happened then.the student simply said (d). II. Karan: Are you going to attend Vikram s birthday party? Rohit: I m not sure if my mother will permit me to go. Karan: Haven t you told her that all of us are going to the party? Rohit: She knows that but she also wants me to practise for the Inter-School Music Competition that I m participating in tomorrow. Karan asked Rohit (a).rohit replied that (b). Karan asked Rohit (c). At this Rohit told Karan that his mother was aware of that (d). III. Parent: Is it possible to meet the Principal right now.

7 Receptionist: I mafraid she is busy in a meeting. Please meet her after 1.00 pm. Parent: Actually, I have to rush for another appointment at Receptionist: In that case, I suggest that you fix an appointment for tomorrow. The parent asked the receptionist (a). The receptionist told the parent (b). She requested him to make it after 1.00pm. The parent told the receptionist (c). The receptionist suggested that (d).

Reported speech: On the other hand, if the reporting verb is in the past tense, then usually we change the tenses in the reported speech:

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