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1. My father said to me “Let us go to the club.” [Change into indirect
2. No other empire in the world was as powerful as the Roman Empire.
[Use most] 3. The students said,” Let there be no tests today.” (Change into indirect Speech)
4. Wendy is somewhere around; have you seen______? (Insert the
5. I read about it in the paper yesterday(Rewrite using the possessive
form of noun) 6. Kerala is more thickly populated than any other state in India.(change into affirmative) 7. The Nile is the longest river in the world. ( Change into comparative) 8. He asked me whether / if I spoke English (Change into direct speech)
9. He is a liar. I can prove it.(Form a complex sentence) 10. Everyone likes to be praised. (Change into interrogative sentence)
B) Rewrite each of the following pairs of sentences as a single sentence. Use ‘if’ at the beginning of each sentence. a) Hurry up now. You’ll not miss the school bus. b) Don’t eat all the sweets. You won’t get any afterwards. c) Work hard. Success will be yours. d) Fetch your brother just now. He won’t be left behind.
____Atlas is ______book of maps. There was heavy traffic this morning because of ______accident. After lunch Ruchi helped her mother to wash ______dishes.C) Fill in the blanks with suitable articles: 1. 3. A quaint airport terminal surrounded by green mountains. so tranquil and beautiful even on a wet. We shall be back in ____ hour. it simply took our breath away. E) Write a descriptive essay on “My Grandfather” F) Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow: As we alighted from the plane onto the tarmac of one of the smallest international airports in the world. What’s ______matter with you? 2. D) Write a letter to the principal of your school requesting him to arrange for some more equipment in the chemistry laboratory in order to perform the experiments. 4. grey morning. a picture perfect sight greeted us. We had landed in the kingdom of Bhutan one of the . 5.
i. “It simply took our breath away”? Complete the following on the basis of the passage-‘we were put to test because…. e. c. ii. The temple is perched high on a granite cliff some 800 meter above the Paro valley and the walk through the beautiful forests of poplar and pines is about 10 km in all. For the first three days of our trail we followed the fresh water river. the most revered temple in Bhutan. It gave us an idea of the terrain we would be up against and it possibly helped reassure our trek guide. (Write using own words) What was special about the prayer wheel at Taktsang in Bhutan? ‘On our way into wilderness’ means walking towards forest meeting animals getting angry getting out of the forest Write the correct option for the following-“dangling Spanish Moss’ is believed to be A church A Buddhist temple b. iii. we walked through small villages and scenic farmlands on our way into the wilderness. Why did the author say. the Takin and the Dzongs. a. We were put to test soon enough on a half day trip to Taktsang. armed with walking sticks. For the first time we encountered the ingenuous Bhutanese system of using running streams to power a rotating prayer wheel and tinkling bell. The mountains were never far away in this stunning scenario. the Paro Chhu through forests of blue pine-thick with the dangling Spanish Moss that is believed to be an indicator of the level of the oxygen in the air. Enjoying the sunny weather. light jackets. Our holiday was luxurious enough for the first couple of days in Thimpu and Paro. The next day. . We saw the national animal. sun caps and high spirits we set off.most isolated nations in the world with more than 70 percent of the harsh terrain under forest cover. iv.. i. ii. d.
f. Piece of mind iv. Got down from ii. Moving to and fro . g. iv. What are the things the author equipped himself with on the second day? Why does he say ‘with high spirit’? Find the words in the passage which mean the same the as following: i. Strange iii.iii. An indicator of the level of oxygen in air An indicator of level of water in streams.