Complete English Grammar


Complete English Grammar

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Question Answer

1.When he
P : did not know
Q : he was nervous and
R : heard the hue and cry at midnight
S : what to doThe Proper sequence should be:

2.It has been established that
P : Einstein was
Q : although a great scientist
R : weak in arithmetic
S : right from his school daysThe Proper sequence should be:

P : it struck me
Q : of course
R : suitable it was
S : how eminentlyThe Proper sequence should be:

4.I read an advertisement that said
P : posh, air-conditioned
Q : gentleman of taste
R : are available for
S : fully furnished roomsThe Proper sequence should be:

5.Since the beginning of history
P : have managed to catch
Q : the Eskimos and Red Indians
R : by a very difficulty method
S : a few specimens of this aquatic animalThe Proper sequence should be:



6.The boy said, “Who dare call you a thief?”

7.She exclaimed with sorrow that was a very miserable plight.

8.Dhruv said that he was sick and tired of working for that company.

9.”Are you alone, my son?” asked a soft voice close behind me.

10.She said to him, “Why don’t you go today?”


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