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What Does this Proverb Mean? the Higher You Climb, the Harder You Fall. Match the Clauses from Column a with Those in Column B to Form Meaningful Sentences. - English Core

Match the Columns

What does this proverb mean?
The higher you climb, the harder you fall.
Match the clauses from column A with those in column B to form meaningful sentences.

A B
1. The longer a candle burns, a) the shorter it becomes.
2. The lower the sun is, b) the higher it sounds.
3. The faster a guitar string vibrates, c) the less oxygen there is.
4. The smoother an object is, d) the redder it appears.
5. The higher we climb, e) the less friction it creates.
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Solution

(a) The interpretation of the proverb is : The more dreamy you are, the more sad you will be.
(b) The clauses in the column A match with the following phrases in column B

A B
1. The longer a candle burns, a) the shorter it becomes.
2. The lower the sun is,  d) the redder it appears.
3. The faster a guitar string vibrates,  b) the higher it sounds.
4. The smoother an object is,  e) the less friction it creates.
5. The higher we climb, c) the less oxygen there is.
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CBSE Class 10 English Course Communicative Work Book (Interact in English)
Chapter 8 Comparison (Integrated Grammar practice 4)
Exercise B | Q 3 | Page 145
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