English Grammar notes PART 3

English Grammar notes PART 3. English grammar for CET exam. Do as directed questions for high school students and all competitive exam.

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English Grammar notes PART 3

Do as directed questions for competitive exams:


Do as directed.   12×1=12

1. Fill in the blank with appropriate tense form of the verb given in the brackets:

Anushka_______ (be + watch) T V when you called me up yesterday.

Answer: was watching

2. Identify the infinitive in the given sentence.

I wish to join the swimming class.

Answer: to join

3. Fill in the blank using suitable linker.

Indian economy is based on agriculture _______ American economy is based on technology.

Answer: but

4. Fill in the blank using the correct article.

Rabindranath Tagore was _______ greatest Indian poet.

Answer: the

5. Change the given sentence to superlative degree.

Greenland is larger than any other Islands in the world.

Answer: Greenland is the largest Island in the world.

6. Combine the word in Column-A with its collocative word in Column-B:

        A                                    B

     Book               (table, worm, box, pen)

Answer: worm

7. Which one of the following has two syllables?

call, combine, committee, capacity.

Answer: combine

8. Fill in the blank with the appropriate preposition.

English grammar for KARTET

The thieves were quarrelled_______ themselves.

Answer: among

9. Fill in the blank with the correct form of the word.

The new_______(educate) policy is good for all.

Answer: education

10. Identify the parts of speech of the underlined word.

Gol Gumbaz is a majestic monument.

Answer: adjective

11. Use the word ‘admission’ as verb in sentence.

Answer: The criminal admitted his guilt.

12. Read the following conversation and change the underlined sentence into reported speech.

Virat: “Sujith, what are you doing? Do you come to dance class?”

Sujith: No, “I am working hard for the examination”.

Answer: Sujith told Virat that he was working hard for the examination.

Editing errors in English grammar

The following paragraph has two errors. Edit the paragraph and rewrite it.    2×1=2

13. The students was marching to give a notice to the collector for the British to quite India.


a. Be form to be corrected.

b. Spelling error to be corrected.


a. were

b. quit

English grammar for CET exam

Four alternatives are given for each of the following questions/incomplete statements. Only one of them is correct or most appropriate. Choose the correct alternative and write the complete answer along with its letter of alphabet.    4×1=4

14. Fill in the blank choosing the appropriate ‘if’ clause:

If you had attended the remedial classes, you ______ understood maths well.

a) will have                  b) would have

c) could have               d) should have

Answer: b) would have

15. Choose the appropriate question tag and fill in the blank.

The students are playing in the school playground_________?

a) aren’t they                    b) are they

c) did they                        d) didn’t they

Answer: a) aren’t they

16. Identify the language function of the sentence.

If you don’t mind, could I use your pen.

a) Questioning                     b) Information

c) Helping                            d) Seeking permission

Answer: d) Seeking permission

17. Change into passive voice.

The children were plucking fruits.

a) Fruits were plucked by the children.

b) Fruits are being plucked by the children.

c) Fruits were being plucked by the children.

d) Fruits have been plucked by the children.

Answer: c) Fruits were being plucked by the children.

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