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CBSE Class 9 English Communicative - Workbook Interact in English

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Chapter 3: Integrative Grammar Practice 3

Exercise

Chapter 3: Integrative Grammar Practice 3 Exercise Exercise solutions [Pages 46 - 48]

Exercise | Q 1 | Page 46

Look at the notes below. Then use the information to complete the paragraph by choosing a suitable word or phrase in each space. Do not add any new information. The first one has been done for you as an example.

Galapagos Islands

Visitors to these Pacific Islands – leave – unstamped – mail them – return home – picture post-cards – show up – since 1960s – self perpetuating post office probably set up – to get news from their family, friends – tradition persisted – post office – establish – 1950s – barrel – replace – many times – weather worn plaques remain.

Tradition has it that visitors to these Pacific Islands (a) leave unstamped, addressed postcards and letters in a barrel at Post Office Bay, to await pick up by other tourists who affix postage and (b) __________ when they return home. Picture post-cards (c) __________ in the barrel since the late 1960s, when tourists began visiting the Galapagos Islands. The self- perpetuating post office (d) __________by whalers in the late 1790s as a way to get news to and from friends and family. The tradition persisted even after a post office (e) __________on the island of Floreana in the 1950s. The barrel (f) __________ many times, but weather worn plaques, where sailors long ago and from far away carved their names, remain.

(a) (i) leaving stamped
(ii) leaves unstamped
(iii) leave unstamped
(iv) left unstamped
(b) (i) mail them
(ii) mails them
(iii) mailed this
(iv) mailing these
(c) (i) show up
(ii) shown up
(iii) are show up
(iv) have show up
(d) (i) is setting up
(ii) was set up
(iii) is set up
(iv) has been set up
(e) (i) is established
(ii) is being established
(iii) was established
(iv) has been established
(f) (i) replacing
(ii) has been replaced
(iii) is replaced
(iv) was replaced
Exercise | Q 2 | Page 46

Rearrange the following to form meaningful sentences. The first one has been done as an example. Write the answers against the correct numbers.

Put into / as the / at low / baby can / he is / as soon / water / toddle / tide
As soon as the baby can toddle he is put into water at low tide.

(a) water / the baby / in the/ there / plays/ sits and
(b) long enough / the mother / him/ does not / to worry / there / leave him
(c) older / at low tide / as / wade about / allowed to / he is / he grows
(d) look out / water / keep a / into deep / sharp / does not stray / so that he/ his elders
(e) permitted to / from which / judgment / he may / make small mistakes / he is / learn to make better
(f) are given / to swim / small canoes / the children / they / own / are able/ of their / when

Exercise | Q 3 | Page 47

Study the following sentences. Select one underlined word which is incorrect. Write the incorrect word in the box below, as shown in the example.

e.g. Sarawak is a beautiful place which lies almost on an Equator and is rich in natural resources.

 

(a) It has an Equatorial climate that mean it is hot with heavy rains almost every after-noon.

 

(b) Heavy clouds prevent the sun from heating the ground too intense.

 

(c) In an interior of Sarawak, there are huge reserves of hardwood timber.

 

(d) Sarawak is also an oil product.

 

(e) Great efforts are been made to conserve these resources.

 
Exercise | Q 4 | Page 48

Ganesh comes to visit Vikram and finds the house locked. He leaves a note. It is raining, the note gets wet and some words are washed off. Complete the note by filling in the missing words by choosing the correct option given below.

Dear Ram

I am so sorry to have missed you. I came to Udaipur on (a) _________ business trip and I have been here (b) _________ two weeks now. Your neighbours told me (c) _________ sad news that your father (d) _________ been hospitalized. I wish I (e) _________ see him but unfortunately I (f) _________ leaving for Madras today on (g) _________ 4 o’clock plane. Please send your father my best wishes. Anyway, I (h) _________ be in Udaipur again on 3rd and 4th June and I (i) _________ certainly find time to call on vou even though it (j) _________ some to be a hectic schedule.
Yours affectionately
Ganesh

(a) (i) X
(ii) the
(iii) a
(iv) an
(b) (i) since
(ii) from
(iii) for
(iv) in
(c) (i) the
(ii) X
(iii) an
(iv) a
(d) (i) is
(ii) being
(iii) has
(iv) have
(e) (i) could
(ii) have
(iii) can
(iv) having
(f) (i) am
(ii) been
(iii) is
(iv) being
(g) (i) a
(ii) by
(iii) the
(iv) an
(h) (i) am
(ii) will
(iii) are
(iv) being
(i) (i) shall
(ii) will
(iii) ought to
(iv) must
(j) (i) would
(ii) will
(iii) shall
(iv) is

Chapter 3: Integrative Grammar Practice 3

Exercise

CBSE Class 9 English Communicative - Workbook Interact in English

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