Write a letter to the editor of a daily regarding the poor conditions of roads in your locality.
Nov 21, 20xx
The Times of India
Subject: Poor condition of roads in our locality
Please allow me to use the columns of your esteemed newspaper to bring to the notice of the concerned authorities the poor condition of roads in our locality, Uttam Nagar.
The roads here are in terrible conditions. They have not been repaired for quite some time now. The potholes on the roads are a major cause of concern. Not only do they slow down the traffic but also cause several accidents. As a result, we have been witnessing huge traffic jams in peak hours. During monsoons, these potholes become the breeding ground for mosquitoes as they are perpetually filled with water.
We have tried to bring this problem to the notice of the concerned authorities in the past too. However, all our efforts have gone in vain so far. We hope that the authorities will take some concrete action this time.
WHY LEAF IS CALLED FOOD FACTORY OF THE PLANT ?
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to draw the attention of the concerned authorities towards the nuisance created by the use of loudspeakers.
Now-a-days, the use of loudspeakers at religious places, political gatherings, marriages, etc. has become a very common sight. The organizers of these events do not bother to turn off the loudspeakers after the specified time for their use is over. In a lot of cases, the use of loudspeakers continues till late night, creating a lot of nuisance and disturbance for a lot of people.
I request the authorities to look into this matter and put stricter rules in place. They must ensure that the use of loudspeakers does not continue after the stipulated time is over. Their efforts in this regard would be much appreciated.
identify the underlined words as transitive or intransitive verbs:-
1.the sun shines brightly.ans:intransitive verb
2.the boy cut his hand with a knife.ans:transitive verb
3.the clock stopped this morning.ans:intransitive verb
4.the policeman blew his whistle.ans:transitive verb
5.the sun rises in the east.ans:intransitive verb
6.an old beggar stood by the gate.ans:transitive verb
7.the clock ticks all day long.ans:intransitive verb
8.I looked down from my window.ans:transitive verb
9.put away your books.ans:intransitive verb
10.the moon rose early.ans:intransitive verb
11.the cat sleeps on the rug.ans:transitive verb
12.cocks crow in the morning.ans:transitive verb
13.your book lies on the table.ans:transitve verb
14.the fire burns dimly.ans:intransitive verb
15.time changes all things.ans:intransitive verb
16.we eat three times a day.ans:intransitive verb
please check and if any thing wrong please explain it oviously.
Fill in the blanks:
(a) Archives are places where ___________ are kept.
(b) _____________ was a fourteenth-century chronicler.
(c) _______, ________, ________, ________ and _______ were some of the new crops introduced into the subcontinent during this period.
(a) Archives are places where manuscripts are kept.
(b) Ziyauddin Barani was a fourteenth-century chronicler.
(c) Potatoes, corn, chillies, tea and coffee were some of the new crops introduced into the subcontinent during this period.
replace the underlined phrases with suitable clauses.
1.no one likes a person with a bad temper.
2.the asking price is high for a dilapidated house.
3.in the event of the president's death, the vice-precident's succeeds him.
4.after such bad work, he deserves a rest.
5.he told us the time of his arrival.
6.he cannot find a place to sleep in.
7.i am surprised at your question.
8.i cannot tell you thedate of my arrival.
9.in my old home,we had a lot of fruit trees.
10.his remarks on most issues were not liked by anyone.
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