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Question

Choose a suitable word from the options given and complete the story from Tunisia.

A weary traveller stopped at a Bedouin’s tent and asked for shelter for the night. Without (a)_______ delay, the man killed (b) _______chicken and handed it to (c)_______ wife for (d)___________ guest’s supper. As the woman stirred the meat in (e) _______ copper cooking pot, she smelled the rich steam and could not resist tasting (f)________ of the meat and soup, to see if it was soft and tasty. But mouthful followed mouthful, and there wasn’t (g)__________chicken left but for the neck piece, which she gave to her little son to nibble. The boy found it so tasty that he whined, “Give me (h)_______ more chicken, mother!” The woman slapped the little boy and scolded him: “It’s a shameful habit (i)______ father taught you, enough of it, I tell you!” On the (j) _______ side of the wooden hanging which screened the woman’s part of the tent from the rest, the traveller overheard them. “What habit has (k)______ father taught (l) _______ child?” he asked curiously. “Oh,” said the woman, “whenever a guest arrives at (m)_______ tent, he cuts off his ears and roasts them over the fire for (n)______ son to eat.” Making not a sound, the traveller picked up (o)_______ shoes and ran.

(a) (i) no any (ii) little (iii) any (iv) no
(b) (i) a few (ii) some (iii) few (iv) a
(c) (i) his (ii) her (iii) their (iv) there
(d) (i) the (ii) a (iii) theirs (iv) their
(e) (i) her (ii) hers (iii) the (iv) an
(f) (i) some (ii) few (iii) a few (iv) more
(g) (i) any (ii) some (iii) a few (iv) few
(h) (i) little (ii) a little (iii) a few (iv) some
(i) (i) hers (ii) yours (iii) their (iv) his
(j) (i) another (ii) another (iii) other (iv) one
(k) (i) hers (ii) her (iii) him (iv) his
(l) (i) a (ii) an (iii) the (iv) x
(m) (i) x (ii) our (iii) ours (iv) their
(n) (i) their (ii) his (iii) him (iv) our
(o) (i) her (ii) his (iii) our (iv) x

Solution

A weary traveller stopped at a Bedouin’s tent and asked for shelter for the night. Without (a) any  delay, the man killed (b) a chicken and handed it to (c) his wife for (d) their  guest’s supper. As the woman stirred the meat in (e) copper cooking pot, she smelled the rich steam and could not resist tasting (f) some  of the meat and soup, to see if it was soft and tasty. But mouthful followed mouthful, and there wasn’t (g) any chicken left but for the neck piece, which she gave to her little son to nibble. The boy found it so tasty that he whined, “Give me (h) some  more chicken, mother!” The woman slapped the little boy and scolded him: “It’s a shameful habit (i) your father taught you, enough of it, I tell you!” On the (j) other  side of the wooden hanging which screened the woman’s part of the tent from the rest, the traveller overheard them. “What habit has (k) his father taught (l) the child?” he asked curiously. “Oh,” said the woman, “whenever a guest arrives at (m) our tent, he cuts off his ears and roasts them over the fire for (n) his  son to eat.” Making not a sound, the traveller picked up (o) his shoes and ran.

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Solution Choose a Suitable Word from the Options Given and Complete the Story from Tunisia. Concept: Writing and Grammar.
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