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Adjectives and their Adjective Phrases

A golden crowm -- A crown made of gold. A purple cloak. -- A cloak of purple colour. A white elephant. -- An elephant with a white skin. A jungle track. --A track through the jungle. A blue-eyed boy. -- A boy with blue eyes. A deserted village. — A village without any inhabitants. A blank page. -- A page with nothing on it. The longest day. . . .

Transformation of Sentences

Rewrite the following sentences according to the instructions given after each. Make other changes that maybe necessary but do not change the meaning of each sentence I. He speaks too fast to be understood. (Begin He speaks so …) 2. His theories are so difficult that I cannot comprehend them. (Use too) 3. The mangoes are so costly that y . . .

Transformation of Sentences

1. Being occupied with important matters, he had no time to see us. (Begin He was) 2. In the event of such a thing happening, I shall resign. (Begin Let…….) 3. He neither returned the goods nor paid the bill. (Begin Besides…….) 4. He escaped several times but was finally caught. (Begin In spite…….) 5 . . .

Transformation of Sentences

In each of the following items, sentence A is complete, but sentence B is not. Complete sentence B, making it as similar in meaning to sentence A. 1. (A) The job was completed, and so he asked to be remunerated. (B) After…… 2. (A) Save for Ronnie’s courage, the battalion would have perished. (B) Were…… 3. . . .

Transformation of Sentences

In each of the following sentences, sentence A is complete but B is not. Complete sentence B. making it as similar in meaning to sentence A as possible. Write sentence B in each case (5) 1. (A) We would probably he asked to leave. (B) The worst case ___________________________________________________________ 2. (A) Ingratitude is the most detes . . .

Transformation of Sentences

In each of the following items, sentence A is complete, but sentence B is not. Complete sentence B, making it as similar in meaning to sentence A. I. (A) Old fools surpass all other fools in folly. (B) There’s no…. 2. (A) He is faster than me. (B) l am not…. 3. (A) Akbar was the best king that ever reigned in India . . .

Q. what is marketing mix?

The 'marketing mix' (also known as the four P’s) is a foundation concept in marketing. The marketing mix has been defined as the "set of marketing tools that the firm uses to pursue its marketing objectives in the target market". Thus the marketing mix refers to four broad levels of marketing decision, namely: . . .

Prepositions Exercise 9 - With solutions

1. He is suspicious ----- all his neighbours. 2. He has a passion — arguing 3. Recently there has been a reduction — the price of milk. 4. He proved false ----- his frlend. 5.The area of a square may be equal ---- to that of a triangle. 6.The avaricious man is greedy — gain. 7.He is very dIfferent — her sistet 8 . . .

10th ICSE English Language - Verb & Verb forms

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. [5] Breathing is good, on this we…………………… (1) (can) agree, that is why sleep apnea, a condition in . . .

What are State of Being Verbs

State of being Verbs: They are also caled Linking Verbs They link the subject of the verb to additional information about the subject. Practice: Find the stateof being verbs in the following sentences: She is beautiful. He was upset. She seems sad.   Answers: 1. is  2. was. 3. seems . . .

Verbs - Part 1

What are Verbs? Verbs are the probably the most important words ithat make up a sentence. Verbs can be either action words,or can indicate state of being or existence. Action verbs are more common than state of being verbs. Practice: Find verbs of action (verbs that show action) in the following sentences. 1. The dog  . . .

10th ICSE English Language - Transformation of Sentences

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] Anil thought the examination would be held later. (Begin: Anil was…….) They are demolishing the entire block of flats. (Begin: The entire…&hell . . .

Refer to the extract below and answer the questions that follow

Antonio: In sooth, I know not why I am so sad. It wearies me; you say it wearies you. But how I caught it, found it, or came by it, What stuff ’tis made of, whereof it is born, I am to learn. (lines 1—5) Questions (a) When does Antonio say these words? (b) What does he say about himself? (c) Who are the visitors? W . . .

Long Answer Question Much Ado About Nothing Act 1 Scene 1

Q. The opening scenes of Shakespeare are considered masterpieces of exposition. Does the opening scene of Much Ado About Nothing justify this statement. Or What is the dramatic significance of the opening scene of Much Ado About Nothing. Answer.  Exposition involves provision of opening information in a story or play. Any expos . . .

Longitude & Time Numerical questions

9th ICSE Geography – Longitude & Time Worksheet It is 3:00 PM on Tuesday at 135 degrees east longitude? What time is it at 150 degrees west? It is 10:00 AM on Monday at 120 degrees west longitude. What time is at 0 degrees? It is 10:00 AM on Thursday at 135 degrees west longitude. What time is it at 60 degrees west? An important pr . . .

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