OMTEX CLASSES: SSC JULY 2015 English Board Exam Grammar

SSC JULY 2015 English Board Exam Grammar

JULY 2015 English Board Exam Grammar.

Do As Directed.

1. They were expected home at any time. [Begin your sentence with ‘We ....’]
Ans. We expected them home at any time.

2. I heard the footsteps, __________ [Choose the correct tag and rewrite the sentence]
(a) didn’t I? (b) did I? (c) don’t I?

3. Frame a Wh-question for the following statements with the help of the Wh-words given in the brackets.
The other half was made up of labourers from the east. (What)
Ans. What was the other half made up of?

4. Frame a Wh-question for the following statements with the help of the Wh-words given in the brackets.
The third kind of passengers was forced to come down thousands of kilometres for quality medical care. (Why)
Ans. Why was the third kind of passengers forced to come down thousands of kilometers?

5. He took his father’s hand and led him back to the table. (Begin the sentence with ..... ‘Taking his ...’)
Ans. Taking his father’s hand, he led him back to the table.

6. He asked the child sweetly, “What are you making?”
He asked the child sweetly what .....
(Complete it in indirect form)
Ans. He asked the child sweetly what he was making.

7. Delhi is one of the most polluted cities in the world. (Begin your sentence with ‘Very few...’)
Ans. Very few cities in the world are as polluted as Delhi.

8. Cycle repairs are cheaper than motor repairs. (Begin your sentence with ‘Motor repairs ....’)

Ans. Motor repairs are not as cheap as cycle repairs.

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