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(A) Match the Sentences in a and B and Write Them Together in the Spaces Below. Now Underline the Substitution Word in Each of the Sentences Written Above and Decide What Each of the Words Refers To. - English Core

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(A) Match the sentences in A and B and write them together in the spaces below.

A B
1. Both Ajay and Sahir are good players. a. Few reach their destination.
2. Thousands of baby turtles set out on the longjourney. b. Either would be suitable as a
captain.
3. Some like to eat fish raw. c. Those who do have to study hard.
4. No one knows who did it. d. Others prefer it cooked.
5. Not many people get to university. e. It could be anyone.
  1. ______________________
  2. ______________________
  3. ______________________
  4. ______________________
  5. ______________________

(B) Now underline the substitution word in each of the sentences written above and decide what each of the words refers to.

Substitution Word What does it refer to?
1.  
2.  
3.  
4.  
5.  
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Solution

A.

A B
1. Both Ajay and Sahir are good players.  b. Either would be suitable as a
captain.
2. Thousands of baby turtles set out on the longjourney. a. Few reach their destination.
3. Some like to eat fish raw.  d. Others prefer it cooked.
4. No one knows who did it. e. It could be anyone.
5. Not many people get to university. c. Those who do have to study hard

B. 

Substitution Word What does it refer to?
1. Either Ajay or Sahir
2. Few Only some of them
3. it fish
4. It  The person who did it
5. do  get to university
Concept: Writing Skill
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CBSE Class 10 English Course Communicative Work Book (Interact in English)
Chapter 9 Avoiding Repetition - Substitution And Omission
Exercise H | Q 1 | Page 174
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