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Question 1:
(i) Read the passage below and underline the verbs in the
past tense.
Ans.
A man got on the train and sat down. The compartment
was empty except for one lady. She took her gloves off. A
few hours later the police arrested the man. They held
him for 24 hours and then freed him.
(ii) Fill in the blanks using the correct form of the verbs
in brackets.
My little sister is very naughty. When she came (come)
back from school yesterday, she had torn (tear) her
dress. We asked (ask) her how it had happened (happen).
She said (say) she had quarrelled (have, quarrel) with a
boy. She had beaten (have, beat) him in a race and he
had tried (have, try) to push her. She had told (have, tell)
the teacher and so he had chased (have, chase) her, and
she had fallen (have, fall) down and had torn (have, tear)
her dress.
(iii)
(a) My friends set out to see the caves in the next town,
but I stayed at home, because I had seen them already.
(b) When they arrived at the station, their train had left.
They came back home, but by that time I had gone out to
see a movie!
(c) So they sat outside and ate the lunch I had packed for
them.
(d) By the time I returned, they had fallen asleep!
Question 2:
Find these phrasal verbs in the story.
burn out
light up
look on
run out
keep out
Write down the sentences in which they occur, consult a
dictionary and write down the meaning that you think
matches the meaning of the phrasal verb in the
sentence.
ANSWER:
(i) burn out
House number 12 turned out to be nothing but a burned-
out shell, the roof gaping, the windows boarded-up.
(ii) light up
That was the moment her eyes lit up with recognition
and her face became suffused with a sudden glow of
happiness.
(iii) look on
Hans Wolf and I looked on and cheered, clapping our
hands and stamping our feet, to keep out the cold as
much as anything.
(iv) run out
The time came, and all too soon, when the game was
finished, the schnapps and the rum and the sausage had
long since run out, and we knew it was all over.
(v) keep out
Hans Wolf and I looked on and cheered, clapping our
hands and stamping our feet, to keep out the cold as
much as anything.
Question 3
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions
that follow by choosing the right alternative.
Sarojini Naidu was educated in her carely years under her
father?s own care. He wanted her to become a great
mathematician or scientist but she loved to dream and
writers poems. She was hardly eleven when she wrote
her first poem.
At thirteen she wrote a long poem in the manner of
famous English poets. After her matriculation in India she
went to England for higher education in lender. She met
sir Edmund cross a distinguished man of letters. He was
impressed by her knowledge and intelligent. He was
surprised to see that she had written poems in flawless
English but felt disappointed to find that they had
nothing of the east in them. They were all about English
sights from this day onwards; she devoted herself to
writing verses about India.
Questions:
Sarojini Naidu loved to__________
(a) Become a great mathematician orscientist.
(b) Be an English poet.
(c) Be an English teacher.
(d) Dream and write poems.
She wrote her first poem at the age of______
(a) Ten
(b) Eleven
(c) Twelve
(d) Nine
She wrote a long poem like English poets at the age
of_____
(a) Ten
(b) Thirteen
(c) Twelve
(d) Eleven
Sir Edmund goose is known as a ______
(a) Intelligent and knowledgeable person
(b) Renowned English poet
(c) Distinguished man of letters
(d) Mentor of Sarojini Naidu
The word ________ means ?distressed?.
(a) Flawless
(b) Disappointed
(c) Higher
(d) Hardy
Question 4
Write a paragraph on any one of the following topics:
(100 words)
(a) Work is worship
(b) Child labor
(c) A visit to hill station
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