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CHAPTER – 5 3. Fill in the blanks with appropriate articles. Put a ‘X’ where no articles is required. ………X…………….. Elementary education is……a…………. Fundamental right to be educated is violated if there is …………….. less opportunity for …………… education. ……………….. government of ………………. country must have ………………….. standard policy of education for its people. …………………… duty of ……………………. government is to effectively implement ……………………. education policy throughout ………………………… country. ………………country should make education available to all children through ……................. department must also ensure that children from socially and economically deprived backgrounds are able to take advantage of ………………………. policy. In …………………. Country like India, ………………… government is ……………………. largest service provider in education. Most states of India have ……………………. department of education to look after the needs of education. Unfortunately there are many children in India who still remain outside ……………………. system of school education. To make education available to all Indian children, ……………………. government of India initiated ………………...... project called Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. ………………………… aim of ………………………. project is to bring all children to school by 2010. CHAPTER – 8 3. Complete the following sentences with correct forms of verb given in brackets. Mention the role that each sentence plays. a. Great leaders such as Mahatma Gandhi, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Maulana Abule Kalam Azad and Bhagat Singh ………………. (fight)for the Independence of India. The British ………………… (rule) over India for more than two centuries. They ……………….. (follow) the policy of ‘divide and rule’ for governance. They ………………. (divide) India into two nations before they……………………. (leave) the country in 1947. b. Sri Lanka ………….... (be) also under the British Rule for a long time. The country …………………….. (get) its independence in 1948. On July 21 , 1960 Sirimavo Bandaranaike ………………. (take) office as the prime minister of Sri Lanka. She ……………… (become)the world’s first female prime minister and the first female head of government in post – colonial Asia. c. Nepal ………………… (remain) a monarchy throughout most of its history. In 1990 King Birendra ……………….. (agree) to introduce large scale political reforms. He ………………… (introduce) a parliamentary monarchy in Nepal. In this system the king ………………. (remain)the head of the state while the prime minister………………. (act) as the head of the government. The country ………………… (see) the establishment of a federal democratic republic in 2008. Dr. Ram Baran Yadav ………………… (become) the first President of Nepal on July 23, 2008. 6. Fill in the blanks using the present perfect tense. a. I……………… (come)to your school to demonstrate a few things about using computers for your studies. As we ……………… (see) recently , the computer is a very important tool in the modern world. How many of you ……………….. (use) computer before? Don’t worry if you ………………… (not use) the computer before. I ………………. (learn)to use the computer recently. b. We know that pollution …………………… (become) a threat to our survival. Before the Industrial Revolution in the 19th century, people lived more in harmony with their immediate environment. With the spread of industrialization, the problem of pollution …………… (increase). When Earth’s population was much smaller, no one believed pollution would ever present a serious problem. With the increasing population on the planet, it ………………. (become) apparent that there are limits. Pollution is one of the sings that human ………………. (exceed) those limits. 8. Fill in the blanks with the simple past tense and the present perfect tense of the verbs given in brackets. The most glorious target of world mountain climbers ………………. (be ) to reach the highest stop on the Earth. The first organized attempt to reach the world’s highest peak ………………. (take) place from the northern (Tibetan) side in 1922. It was ………………. (lead) by George Mallory. He ………………….. (survive) the expedition and came closer to the summit two years later but …………………. (disappear) on Everest’s north-east ridge. On May 29, 1953, New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay ………………. (make) it to the top for the first time in the world. She ……………….. (climb) the Everest in 1975. Everest expedition ……………… (claim) more than 95 lives, including those of 40 Sherpas so far.
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SUBJECT – VERB AGREEMENT
I. Choose the correct form of the verb in the following sentences:
1. Scissors______________ (is/are) used for cutting things.
2. None______________ (seem/seems) to be serious in the class.
3. ______________ (Is/Are) your socks wet?
4. Sanskrit as well as Urdu______________ (is/are) easy to learn.
5. Arham, Saksham and Sai none______________ (appear/appears) to be bright and wise.
6. He and I______________ (am/is/are) great pals.
7. A couple of boys______________ (disturbs/ disturb) the whole class.
8. The majority______________ (want/wants) to go to Goa and not to Nainital.
9. Tennis______________ (is/are) a popular game in the United States.
10. The staff______________ (is/are) happy with their new pay rise.
11. Manju’s spectacles______________ (was/were) lost in the school.
12. I, Yuvika Sharma, ______________ (is/am) a student of Bal Bharati Public School.
13. I wish I______________ (was/were) a millionaire.
14. If I ______________ (was/were) you, I would have forgiven him.
15. Both the trains______________ (go/goes) to Kashmir.
16. His knowledge of cars______________ (is/are) amazing.
17. Pliers______________ (is/are) made of iron.
18. Aerobics to him ______________ (is/are) both relaxation and entertainment.
19. The ship with its crew______________ (was/were) lost.
20. White trousers______________ (is/are) not allowed in the school.
21. I have a pair of glasses which______________ (is/are) grey and red in colour.
22. The book which was sold by the scouts______________ (were/was) about Baden Powell.
23. ‘The Three Musketeers’______________ (is/are) an interesting read.
24. The jury______________ (is/are) divided over the opinion.
25. Dramatics ______________ (is/are) my passion.26. The news ______________ (was/were) better than she expected.
27. The audience ______________ (was/were) spellbound by Anshu’s speech.
28. The furniture which was bought in the auction sale ______________ (has/have) been resold.
29. No nook or corner ______________ (was/were) left unexplored.
30. The minister with his deputies______________ (is/are) about to arrive.
II. Fill in the blanks by supplying a verb in agreement with its subject: (Use be/have forms)
1. A pen or a pencil______________ required.
2. Each painting______________ worth a million rupees.
3. One lakh rupees______________ a large sum.
4. Gulliver’s Travels______________ written by Swift.
5. Mrs. Sharma with all her friends______________ gone to watch a movie.
6. All possible means______________ been tried.
7. Ten kilometers______________ a long distance.
8. The doctor as well as the nurse______________ gone home.
9. The cost of all these goods______________ risen.
10. The quality of the fruits______________ not good.
11. ______________ your father and mother at home?
12. He and I______________ playing.
13. The car with its accessories______________ insured.
14. The animals which escaped from the zoo______________ been captured.
15. The students as well as the teacher______________ excited about the project.
16. Neither bus nor taxi______________ available that day.
17. The doctor as well as the nurses______________ gone home.
18. My salary______________ twenty thousand rupees.
19. The media______________ to be more responsible.
20. The formation of paragraphs______________ very important.
21. The committee______________ issued its report.
22. The United States______________ a big navy.
23. Either of the colours ______________ good.
24. Neither of the students______________ going to pass.
25. Everyone______________ sitting quietly
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Chapter – 12
2. Fill in the blanks with the infinitive and bare infinitive forms of the verb given in brackets.
a.I want ………… (go) home early.
b.Let your sister ………… (eat) the bigger piece of cake.
c.Susheel needs …………… (take) care of his health.
d.We saw you …………… (cross) the road.
e.You dare not …………… (arrive) late for your appointment with the principal.
f.I would rather …………… (wait) there for an hour than …………… (be) late.
g.You needn’t …………… (worry) about me.
h.Smita really knows how ………… (speak)!
i.I heard her …………… (speak) once in an extempore competition.
j.She leaves no stone unturned …………… (impress) the audience.
4. Fill in the blanks with the past or present participle of the verb given in brackets.
a.My grandmother tells me many …………… (interest) tales.
b.Disha still have pain in her ……………… (break) arm.
c.I love to watch the …………… (twinkles) stars at night.
d.Are you …………… (try) hard enough.
e.Altaf and I look after the …………… (injure) dog.
f.Hitesh caught up with the …………… (speed) bus.
g.Do not write on that …………… (tear) page.
h.Please take your seat in the ……………… (wait) hall.
i.Why do you have this ……………… (disturb) look on your face.
6. Attach –ing to the verbs given in the box to form gerunds. Then fill in the blanks with the appropriate gerunds.
Brag complain meet play sing smoke read walk watch
a.My daughter is good at …………… .
b.Geeta is very found on …………… chess.
c.I find ………… books an enriching activity.
d.……………… is a good exercise.
e.My favourite pastime is …………… movies.
f.I look forward to …………… you.
g.…………… on the grass is forbidden.
h.There’s no use ……………… because it won’t solve your problems.
i.……………… is not allowed inside the campus.
j.Stop …………… all the time.
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Chapter – 10
1.Complete the sentence using the modals given in the box. You may use a word more than once.
Will can can’t could may must mustn’t

Might should shouldn’t

Tini’s flight from Colombo …………… arrive any moment. It has taken her more than six hours to reach Kathmandu. She ………………. Be very tired after such a long journey.
a.If you want to have a better idea about our city, you …………… go around and explore the city by yourself. Meeting different people on your way …………… give you some idea about the culture of our city.
b.An expedition to the world’s highest peak …………… be dangerous if you are not trained for such a challenging job. You …………… study the path in great detail before you venture into the ascent.
c.Dev: …………… you stop talking for a minute?
Naresh: No, I …………….. .
d.Jenny’s father bought her a fabulous dress on her birthday! It …………… have cost him a fortune.
e.……………. you please close the door while you leave? The noise of the traffic outside …………….. disturb the examines.
f.I …………….. speak Hindi fluently as a child when we lived in New Delhi. But I forget most of it as I had very little scope to use the language after we moved out of Delhi. Presently, I …………… use just a few expressions in Hindi.
g.Kannan: Where is the pencil sharpener? It is not in the pencil box.
Nikki: I just sharpened my pencil with it and I kept it back! Look again, it …………… be inside the box. That is the only place where it …………… be.
h.You …………… forget to take your umbrella today. The weather forecast informs that it ………… rain heavily this evening.
i.…………… you please drop me near a taxi stand? I …………… reach home by 6 p.m. A couple of my friends …………… come home in the evening.
2.Fill in the blanks with will, shall, would and should.
  1. You …………… be careful while crossing the road.
  2. All the students …………… be happy to help you clean the playground.
  3. Mohan …………… come and meet me as soon as he is in town.
  4. When ……………… you be back from Kathmandu?
  5. ……………… I call a doctor for you?
  6. We ………… show respect for our national emblems.
  7. You …………… abide by the rules of the school if you don’t want to be punished.
  8. ………………… you mind shifting to the window seat?
  9. Mitesh …………… help you organize the programme.
  10. The President ………...... address the nation of the occasion of the Independence Day.
5. Complete these sentences using must, mustn’t, ought to, need, needn’t, dare or daren’t according to the instructions given in brackets.
a. One …………… be disciplined to become successful in life.
b. Sunita …………… obey her parents.
c. Hashmi is so scared of his class teacher that he …………… argue with her.
d. …………… I wait for you outside the station?
e. My father started from home an hour ago to pick me up from the school. He …………… be here within five minutes.
f. I …………… call him up on his mobile.
g. The last date for the submission of subscription for the class picnic for tomorrow. I …………… it tomorrow.
h. We …………… show respect to our national anthem.
i. ……………… you challenge Nita to a tennis match.
j. You …………. tell lies to our parents.
Please see and fill it rightly.
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