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Chapter 10: Nominalisation (Integrated Grammar practice 5)

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Chapter 10: Nominalisation (Integrated Grammar practice 5) Exercise A solutions [Pages 175 - 179]

A | Q 1 | Page 175

Complete the following chart by filling in the blanks with either the verb
or the noun forms. One example has been done for you.

VERBS NOUNS VERBS NOUNS
I .recognise recognition 7. ability
2 .illustrate   8. description
3. reduction 9.observe  
4.remove   10. compulsion
5.arrange   11. break  
6.attend   12. explore  
A | Q 2 | Page 177

Study the cartoons below:

What are the people trying to say? Study the first example and then
complete the rest of the sentences using the same pattem.

1. They are protesting against cutting down of trees______________
2. They are demanding--------------------
3. The boss insists on everyone------------------
4. They are worried about-----------------
5. The women are demanding safer----------------------
6. They want the Government to put a ban on-----------------

A | Q 3.1 | Page 177

Combine the following sentences by nominalising the first verb.

He committed a series of crimes. He was given severe punishment.
He was _________________________

A | Q 3.1 | Page 177

Combine the following sentence by nominalising the first verb. 

Trees were ___________ along road sides . This made the surroundings look greener. Planting of trees along the road sides made the surroundings look greener.

 

 

 

A | Q 3.2 | Page 177

Combine the following sentence by nominalising the first verb. 

The bomb exploded. This shattered the window panes.
The window panes were shattered due to ----------

 

A | Q 3.3 | Page 177

Combine the following sentence by nominalising the first verb. 

The committee must approve our plan. We cannot launch our project till then.
We _______ till we get the _______ o.f the committee for our
plan.

 

A | Q 3.4 | Page 177

Combine the following sentences by nominalising the first verb.

There has been a rise in crime rate in the last two years. The police are very concerned.

The police _____________ about the _______________ years .

A | Q 3.5 | Page 177

Combine the following sentences by nominalising the first verb.

Thousands of people participated in the charity walk .This helped Cancer Aid
Society to raise funds for treatment of cancer patients. _______________ helped Cancer Aid Society raise funds for treatment of cancer patients.

A | Q 3.6 | Page 177

Combine the following sentences by nominalising the first verb.

The number of young people consuming drugs is growing .This has become an
issue of social concern. ______________ by a growing ---------- concern.

A | Q 3.7 | Page 177

Combine the following sentences by nominalising the first verb.

The eye witness described the accident scene vividly. This helped the police
find the culprit. The vivid -------------------------

A | Q 3.8 | Page 177

Combine the following sentences by nominalising the first verb.

Vinod presented his project very effectively. He was able to bag the multimillion dollar order. Vinod 1s effective ___________ helped him _____ _

A | Q 3.9 | Page 177

Combine the following sentences by nominalising the first verb.

Mandela had spearheaded the fight against apartheid. He was jailed for
this. Mandela was jailed for __________________

A | Q 4 | Page 178

Read the following ex.tract from a Newspaper.
RECOVERY OF ANCIENT SHIP

RECOVERY OF ANCIENT SHIP

An ancient ship, over 500 years old, has been recovered off the coast of
Kerala. Salvage experts say ............ .


Given below are some extracts from Newspapers. Underline the most
important verb. Then use the noun form of that verb to create a headline,
as shown above.

1. Four more new escalators have been installed in the new Mall. People are very
happy.

_______________________
2. The outstanding contribution to Indian film making by Ranjit Say was
recognized tonight by the Bombay Film Institute.

_______________________
3. The Government has decided to set up a night safari at Noida. This will make
this city very popular as more and more tourists 

________________________
4. His lost brother suddenly appeared after five years. This solved one of the
greatest mysteries.

_________________________
5. Professors are protesting pay cuts at the university. Students suffer as
professors stay 

___________________________

A | Q 5 | Page 179

Fill in the blanks with the noun forms of the verbs given in brackets.

Hema: Recently I read an article about the _____ (improve) taking place in
the health services.
Neena: When people get proper health care, it is bound to increase their life
___ (expect).
Hema: Of course doctors have to show greater ____ (dedicate} to their profession, particularly by (bestow) greater ___________(attend) on the rural areas.
Neena: I agree. But, at the same time the government should also make adequate ___ (provide) for decent living conditions for the doctors serving in
villages.
Hema: Besides sending doctors to rural areas, steps should be taken for the_________ (supply) of standard drugs to primary health centres._____ (contaminate) of intravenous fluids and even vaccines due to non __________(available) of _____________(refrigerate) facilities continues to
pose a severe threat to people.
Neena: Besides health, we should also address the needs of people in ___________
(educate) and ___________(employ). Only then can we achieve substantial
_____ (develop) of the human resource.

Now write five sentences about the jobs you like doing or do not like doing.

1. _________________________
2. _________________________
3. _________________________
4. _________________________

Chapter 10: Nominalisation (Integrated Grammar practice 5) Exercise B solutions [Pages 181 - 183]

B | Q 1.1 | Page 181

Combine the following pair of sentence by changing the adjective to a
noun.

1. He was honest. The Principal commended him at the assembly.

_____________________________________________________________________

B | Q 1.2 | Page 181

Combine the following pair of sentence by changing the adjective to a
noun.

2. Rajesh is a very amiable person. It has endeared him to his colleagues.

________________________________________________________________________

B | Q 1.3 | Page 181

Combine the following pair of sentence by changing the adjective to a
noun.

3. The actor was famous. It got him many endorsements.

B | Q 1.4 | Page 181

Combine the following pair of sentence by changing the adjective to a
noun.

4. The young businessman was extravagant. It led to his downfall.

________________________________________________________

B | Q 1.5 | Page 181

Combine the following pair of sentence by changing the adjective to a
noun.

5. James was silent during the enquiry. It did not help the police in bringing the culprit to book .

______________________________________________________________

B | Q 2 | Page 182

Fill in the blanks in the table below. Then check your answers in a
dictionary.

ADJECTIVES NOUNS ADJECTIVES NOUNS
beautiful beauty fit  
clean     height
  neatness frequent  
arrogant   proud  
intelligent     anxiety
B | Q 3 | Page 182

What type of people do you like most? In the box below there are some suggestions about different types of people. Discuss with your partner and tell him at least five qualities that you like and five that you do not like. You may add more words to the list given below.

extravagant    honest      smart    intelligent  compassionate  ruthless   stubborn

miserly            witty        responsible   sincere     lively     reserved     diplomatic

generous       shy         talkative      handsome   arrogant   patient   ambitious

Now share your suggestions with the rest of the class. Your teacher will build up a list of qualities (adjectives) on the blackboard. Add them to the adjectives
above and classify them under two columns, namely desirable and undesirable.

B | Q 4 | Page 183

Let's Play a Guessing Game:

Work in pairs: Study the pictures given below. Partner A can think of any
one of the personalities and describe the qualities for which he admires
him/her. Partner B must guess the person being described. You may give
a maximum of three clues in three chances to guess the answer correctly.
You may carry on the game with other famous personalities of your choice

Example: He is a national leader. I admire him for his vision, statesmanship and
intelligence. Who is he?
Ans: Is he Jawaharlal Nehru?
(Note: Even though someone is dead, we can still use the present tense when we talk about the qualities we admire)

Chapter 10: Nominalisation (Integrated Grammar practice 5) Exercise C solutions [Pages 185 - 187]

C | Q 1 | Page 185

Look at these signs I notices used in different parts of the world . Guess
what they mean. Write your answers by using a word with an 'ing' form .
One example bas been done for you.

C | Q 2 | Page 186

Now use your imagination and draw two of your own signs. Show them to
your partner and ask him to guess what they mean. He must give answers
using the 'ing' form.

  _____________________________
  ______________________________
C | Q 3 | Page 187

Read the list of activities given below. On an average which activity, according to you, uses the most energy. Order the activities from those that use most energy to the least. When you have finished, discuss the order with your partner using the 'ing' form eg:

Example: I think jogging uses the most energy.
No I don't think so. I think swimming uses more energy.
OK perhaps swimming is second. After that, I think cycling .. specially if it is
uphill.

ACTIVITY ORDER
climbing with backpack  
jogging  
cycling  
sweeping  
brisk walking  
playing tennis  
swimming fast  
watching television  
playing cricket  
C | Q 4 | Page 187

Reorder the following words and phrases to make meaningful sentences.

1. the/ polluting/ sponge iron industry/is a heavily/ industry.
2. of the match/ the umpires'/ very good/ was/ handing.
3. bad manners/ interrupting/ when he is/ someone/talking/ is
4. acting / one and all/ his / by /was praised .
5. she/has decided/is so obsessed/not to join/with dancing/that she/
any college.
6. to live/in peace/forgiving/ of others/ and forgetting/best way /is the/the
wrongs
7. accolades/Sachin's/batting/one and all/has won him/from
8. playing havoc with /allowing the/to continue operations/polluting
industries /in the cities / the health of the citizens/ will mean .
9. news of rigging/the world of science/of climate change/took/by
storm/the
10. only by ensuring that/strengthen/an ordinary man's voice is heard/
can we /the processes of democracy

Chapter 10: Nominalisation (Integrated Grammar practice 5) Exercise D solutions [Pages 188 - 189]

D | Q 1 | Page 188

Read this article about a person who is the head of a big multinational company. Replace the underlined words with a noun form using 'ing' after a conjunction or preposition. One example has been done for you.

After graduating from The Janta College of Commerce, Amtul studied Business Administration. Today Amtul is a successful entrepreneur and heading (and head of) one of the biggest chain stores. Her life story is simple. After she completed her school, Amtul joined the Janta College for Commerce. She applied for a course in Business Management with the Bright Scholars Business College where she was admitted after she cleared the entrance exam. Amtul left the college but did not take the exams. She decided to see the world before she set up her home. She spent the next five years travelling to different countries and took up small assignments to sustain her living. She thought about her career seriously while she worked in a home store in America. As soon as she returned to her country, Amtul purchased a small store called 'Your Store'. The store soon became popular. After Amtul set up a chain of stores, many people applied for franchise with her. She has proved that womanhood is no barrier to success in a man's world.

D | Q 2 | Page 189

Complete the following sentences by mling the blanks with a word /words
from the box.

resolutions,    applause,    devotion,      burning of fossil fuels,      probation

1.The________is harmful for the environment.
2. Sachin's magnificent batting drew a lusty ____ from the spectators.
3. It is __________to work which motivates one to do different things.
4. I am guilty of making __________each new year which I let go easily.
5. Mahatma Gandhi served on ________for a period of one year before
    becoming the member of the Servants of India Society.

D | Q 3 | Page 189

Complete the following paragraph by filling in the blanks with the most
appropriate words given.

Scientists all over the world are trying to invent newer ways for (1)---------- of energy without harming the environment. In Netherlands a team of scientists is researching into (2)----------- the waters of the North Sea to generate enough energy for thousands of homes. The experiment involves (3)-------------- a battery ,using salt and fresh water streams and channelizing them over stacks of membranes .The salt water contains positively charged sodium ions and negatively charged chloride ions . Electrodes were set up to create a battery which would generate power. Through this research, the Dutch are aiming at setting up a 200 mW power plant which will generate enough power to cater for three provinces. Blue
Water energy will be 30-40% more efficient than burning coal. It is also (4 )------------
and (5)---------------- Scientists in other parts of the world are also busy finding ways and means to generate energy. The (6)-------------- of a childhood pastime of flying kites gave
the senior scientists of Delhi University a brilliant idea. They felt that this simple childhood game could be used to provide some kind of breakthrough . By (7)------------------ a few kites tethered to a generator, this team realized that they could produce 10 KW of power. This was sufficient to power 10 family homes . The researchers now plan to carry this (8)----------------- further . Using multiple kites, they plan to generate 50 KW of power . They call this invention ,
Laddermill .

A B C D
generate generated generating generation
tapping tap tapped to tap
made making make  to make
 renewed  renewable renewing renew
 sustain  sustaining sustained sustainable
observing  observe observed observation
flying  flown fly flyer
inventiveness inventing invention invented

Chapter 10: Nominalisation (Integrated Grammar practice 5)

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CBSE English Course Communicative: Work Book Interact in English - Class 10

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