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10th ICSE English Language Grammar Set

Question 1 a. Re-write the following sentences according to the instructions given after each. Make other changes that many be necessary, but do not change the meaning of each sentence.  [10] Raju plays both cricket and football. (Begin: Not only …..) She was too full for another meal. (Replace ‘too’) Ranjeet said, & . . .

Synthesis of Sentences - Comprehensive Practice Exercises

Synthesis of sentences apprears as four mark question in ICSE language papers from clases 8th to 10th. Two simple sentences can be joined to make: 1. One simple sentence 2. One compound sentence 3. One complex sentence You can access comprehensive practice exercises for these methods below:       . . .

Synthesis of Sentences - Join two simple sentences to make one simple sentence - Using Participles -2

Combine each set of sentences into one simple sentence by using Participles: A crow stole a piece of cheese. She flew to her nest to enjoy the tasty meal. The magician took pity on the mouse. He turned it into a cat.  A passenger alighted from the train. He fell over a bag on the platform. My sister was charmed with the silk. She bought . . .

Synthesis of Sentences - Join two simple sentences to make one simple sentence - Using Participles -3

Combine each set of sentences into one Simple sentence by using Participles: The Russians burnt Moscow. The French were forced to quit it. The votes on each side were equal. The chairman gave his casting vote against the resolution. Wolsey lost the favour of his master. He was dismissed from his high offices. He is a big boy. He is very stro . . .

Synthesis of Sentences - Join two simple sentences to make one simple sentence - Using Infinitives -1

Combine each set of sentences into one Simple sentence by using Infinitives: - He had no money. He could not give any away. I have told you all. There is nothing more to be said. He cannot afford a motor-car. He is too poor. I heard of his good fortune. I was glad of that. The information is of no use to us. It has come too late. Your fa . . .

Synthesis of Sentences - Join two simple sentences to make one simple sentence - Using Infinitives -2

Combine each set of sentences into one Simple sentence by using Infinitives: - He wants to earn his livelihood. He works hard for that reason. The strikers held a meeting. They wished to discuss the terms of the employers. He has five children. He must provide for them. Napoleon was one of the greatest of generals. This is universally acknow . . .

Synthesis of Sentences - Join two simple sentences to make one simple sentence - Using Noun or Noun Phrase in Apposition

Combine each set of sentenced into one Simple sentence by using Nouns or Noun Phrases in Apposition: - There goes my brother. He is called Sohrab. The cow provides milk. Milk is a valuable food. Mr. Pundit was elected President. He is a well-known Sanskrit scholar. Coal is a very important mineral. It is hard, bright, black and brittle. We . . .

Synthesis of Sentences - Join two simple sentences to make one simple sentence - Using Prepositions with Nouns or Gerunds -1

Combine each set of sentences into one Simple sentence by using Prepositions with Nouns or Gerunds: - He attended to his duties. He earned promotion. He must confess his fault. He may thus escape punishment. He was ill last term. He was unable to attend school. I forgave him his fault. That has not prevented him from repeating it. The bugl . . .

Synthesis of Sentences - Join two simple sentences to make one simple sentence - Using Prepositions with Nouns or Gerunds -2

Combine each set of sentences into one Simple sentence by using Prepositions with Nouns or Gerunds: - Even a bird will defend its young ones. It then shows great courage. There was want of provisions. The garrison could hold out no longer. You helped me. Otherwise I should have been drowned. I have examined the statement. I find many errors . . .

Synthesis of Sentences - Join two simple sentences to make one simple sentence - Using Prepositions with Nouns or Gerunds -3

Combine each set of sentences into one Simple sentence by using Prepositions with Nouns or Gerunds: - He was rude, I took no notice of it. He has stolen the purse. There is no doubt about this. She wants to marry a foreigner. Her father is opposed to this. He entered the room with his hat on. His behaviour surprised me. He got great honour . . .

Synthesis of Sentences - Join two simple sentences to make one simple sentence - Using Adverbs or Adverb Phrases -1

Combine each set of sentences into one Simple sentence by using Adverbs or Adverbial Phrases: - I accept your statement. I do it without reserve. He answered me. His answer was correct. He forgot his umbrella. That was careless. He is a bad boy. This is certain. The train is very late. That is usual. I shall come back. I shall not be lon . . .

Synthesis of Sentences - Join two simple sentences to make one simple sentence - Using Adverbs or Adverb Phrases -2

Combine each set of sentences into one Simple sentence by using Adverbs or Adverbial Phrases: - He applied for leave. It was not granted. He admitted his error. He expressed his regret. I met him only once. It was in a railway carriage. He has succeeded. His success has been beyond my expectation. It must be done. The cost does not count. . . .

Synthesis of Sentences - Join two simple sentences to make one simple sentence -All method review exercises

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Synthesis of Two Simple Sentence into one Complex Sentence using noun clause - 2

Combine each set of Simple sentences into one Complex sentence containing a Noun clause: - 1. You stole the purse. Do you deny it? 2. I am very sorry. I cannot adequately express my sorrow. 3. We have been deceived. That is the truth. 4. How did Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose die? It is a mystery. 5. He will succeed. We expect it. 6. What . . .

Synthesis of Two Simple Sentence into one Complex Sentence using adverb clause 2

Combine each set of Simple sentences into one Complex sentence containing an Adverb clause: - 1. He saw me coming. He immediately took to his heels. 2. I may be blunt. I am at least honest. 3. He was contradicted. He was annoyed. 4. He bled profusely. He died. 5. This may be true of some. It is not true of all. 6. He ran quickly. He so . . .

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