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English Workbook Class 10 Solutions Integrated Grammar Practice 5

English Workbook Class 10 Solutions Integrated Grammar Practice 5

CBSE Class 10 English Workbook Solutions Integrated Grammar Practice 5

Question 1.
Given below is a dialogue between Punit and Jai. Complete the dialogue by choosing the correct options.

Punit : Jai !(a) _______________ ?
Jai : Don’t you know ? (b) _______________ due to cardiac arrest.
Punit : Oh no (c) _______________. How did this happen?
Jai : I don’t know what happened. But Amit (d) _______________ and was immediately rushed to the hospital.
Punit : : Oh I am shocked. What did the doctors say?
Jai : They (e) _______________

(a) (i) Why there is such a large crowd outside Mithu’s house
(ii) Why is there such a large crowd outside Mithu’s house
(iii) Why such a large crowd is there outside Mithu’s house
(iv) Why such a large crowd there is outside Mithu’s house

(b) (i) Mithu’s father is passed away last night
(ii) Mithu’s father was pass away last night
(iii) Mithu’s father is passing off last night
(iv) Mithu’s father passed away last night

(c) (i) I am sorry for hearing this
(ii) I am sorry to be hearing of this
(iii) I am sorry for that
(iv) I am sorry to hear this

(d) (i) was saying that he is tainting
(ii) is saying that he was fainting
(iii) said that he fainted
(iv) said that he has fainted

(e) (i) arr trying their best but they cannot be saving him
(ii) are trying their best but they could not save him
(iii) wers trying their best but they cannot saved him
(iv) tried their best but they could not save him

Answers

(a) (ii) Why is there such a large crowd outside Mithu’s house
(b) (iv) Mithu’s father passed away last night
(c) (iv) I am sorry to hear this
(d) (iii) said that he fainted
(e) (iv) tried their best but they could not save him.

Question 2.
Complete the passage by choosing the correct options from those given below.

The idiot box is (a) ________ pushing the bookshelf out of the (b) ________even in regions that have a high literacy rate and a long tradition of libraries. According to the findings of a sample survey (c) ________ average Keralite now spends 90 minutes (d) ________ cable television and 80 minutes reading books. However, TV is not the only culprit; the survey, (e) ________ by the Kerala Library Council to mark the 50th anniversary of the library movement in the state (f) ________ that lack of interest and high price of books (g) ________ equally responsible for people running away from serious reading.

(a) (i) increasing
(ii) increasingly
(iii) increased
(iv) to increase

(b) (i) home
(ii) house
(iii) houses
(iv) homes

(c) (i) a
(ii) an
(iii) the
(iv) by

(d) (i) watches
(ii) watched
(iii) is watching
(iv) watching

(e) (i) was conducted
(ii) conduct
(iii) conducted
(iv) being conducted

(f) (i) indicates
(ii) is indicated
(iii) indicating
(iv) indicated

(g) (i) is
(ii) are
(iii) was
(iv) were

Answers:

(a) (ii) increasingly
(b) (iii) houses
(c) (ii) an
(d) (iv) watching
(e) (iii) conducted
(f) (i) indicates
(g) (ii) are

Question 3.
The following passage has not been edited. There is one error in each of the lines indicated. Write the incorrect word and the correction in the space provided as shown.

English Workbook Class 10 Solutions Integrated Grammar Practice 5 Q3

Question 4.
Given below are instructions for making soup. Use these to complete the paragraph that follows.

  • Mix the soup powder with 750 ml of water without allowing it to form lumps.
  • Pour the mixture into a heavy-bottomed vessel.
  • Bring it to a boil, stirring continuously.
  • Simmer the soup for five minutes
  • Pour the soup into four soup bowls and serve garnished with fried croutons.

The packet is opened and the contents (a) ________ with 750 ml of water, without allowing it to form lumps. The mixture (b) ________ into a heavy-bottomed vessel. It (c) ________ continuously and (d) ________ to a boil. Then the soup (e) ________ on a slow flame for five minutes. Finally before the soup (f) ________ , it (g) ________ into soup bowls and (h) ________ with fried croutons.
Answers:

(a) are mixed
(b) is poured
(c) is stirred
(d) is brought
(e) is simmered
(f) is served
(g) is poured
(h) garnished

Question 5.
Look at the words and phrases below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences. The first one has been done as an example.
And a very/ the king/ named Acanthus/ talented sculptor/ Pygmalion was/ of Cyprus/ of a village.

Pygmalion was the king of Cyprus and a very talented sculptor of a village named Acanthus

(a) had finished/ he smiled/ when he/ the ivory statue/ of a beautiful woman/ one day
(b) smile/ at having found/ it was/ the innocent/ new and unique/ of a child/ something
(c) by the beauty/ that/ to worship it/ he was/ falling down/ he felt like/ so impressed/ on his knees/ of the statue
(d) that he/ a masterpiece/ and called/ he realized/ this beauty,/ had created/ Galatea
(e) was a devoted/ to the goddess/ he prayed/ to breathe life/ into it/ of Aphrodite,/ since he/ follower
(f) to life and/ married her/ after the goddess/ his wish,/ Pygmalion/ Galatea came/ granted him

Answer:

(a) One day when he had finished the ivory statue of a beautiful woman, he smiled.
(b) It was the innocent smile of a child at having found something new and unique.
(c) He was so impressed by the beauty of the statue that he felt like falling down on his knees to worship it.
(d) He realized that he had created a masterpiece and called this beauty Galatea.
(e) Since he was a devoted follower of Aphrodite, he prayed to the goddess to breathe life into it.
(f) After the goddess granted him his wish, Galatea came to life and Pygmalion married her.

Question 6.
In the passage given below, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along with the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in your answer sheet against the correct blank number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined.

Wright and Fleming found out that treatment – (a) that th treatment
being used was doing harm than good. Each – (b) doing more harm
of the chemical antiseptics more harmful to – (c) antiseptics was more
the leucocytes than to the germs ; and some cases – (d) and in some
the antiseptic actually facilitated multiplication germs. – (e) multiplication of germs
Wright and Fleming insisted that the surgeon’s aim be – (f) aim. should be
not much to kill the germs as to help the – (g) not so much
leucocytes to do natural germs-killing work. – (h) do the natural

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