Integrated Grammar Practice For Class 10

Class 10 NCERT Solutions
Fill in the blanks with an appropriate verb form. This grammar exercise tests your understanding of various tense forms. Sentence completion tasks like these routinely appear in Class 10 English grammar question papers. A mechanical arm that ……1….. (picks / is picking / pick / has picked) 120 items a minute from a conveyor belt ……2……. (win / wins / won / had won) Japan’s Robot of the Year award recently, ………3…… (defeat / defeating / defeated) a dozen other finalists including a walking humanoid robot and a fire-fighter robot. Japan ………4……… (has been / is / was) aggressively campaigning to trumpet its robotic technology as the road to growth. The mechanical arms that won the award ………5….. (are built / have built / was built) by Fanuc Ltd. They…
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Complete the News Headlines | Class 10 English Grammar Exercises

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Complete the news headlines with an appropriate tense form. This grammar exercise tests a student's ability to use various tense forms. Tasks of these kinds routinely appear in the CBSE question papers of class 9 and 10. English Grammar Exercise | Complete the news headlines 1. Union cabinet clears nuclear deal Union cabinet ………1………. (approved / has approved / had approved) the landmark civilian nuclear co-operation agreement with USA on March 25. The deal, which ………2……… (allow / allows / is allowing / have allowed) the US to sell nuclear technology to India, still ………3…….. (require / requires / is requiring / has required) the nod from the left parties who …………4……. (are / were / have been / has been) bitterly critical of the deal. Answers 1. approved; 2.…
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Political Science | Chapter 3.2 Why Do We Need A Constitution | Class 9 NCERT Solutions

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Political Science textbook for class 9 can be tough. No worries. Our exam oriented questions and answers will help you score good marks in class 9 social science exam. NCERT Guides.com provides NCERT solutions to textbooks of various classes and subjects. The following questions and answers are based on the 3rd chapter of Democratic Politics - 1 'Why do we need a constitution?' Chapter 3.2: Why do we need a constitution? Define constitution The constitution of a country is a set of written rules that are accepted by the citizens of that country. The constitution is the supreme law of the country and it determines how the government of that country will function. The constitution also lays down the rights and responsibilities of the citizens and defines the relationship between…
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Class 9 Political Science | Chapter 3 | Constitutional Design | NCERT Solutions

Class 9 NCERT Solutions, Political Science
What is a constitution? The constitution is the supreme law of the country. It writes down the rights and responsibilities of the citizens, the powers of the government and also dictates how the government should function. In this chapter we will learn how Indian constitution was made and what its fundamental values are. Activity Textbook Page 42 What would have happened in South Africa if the black majority had decided to take revenge on the Whites for all their oppression and exploitation? In South Africa, the Whites used to oppress and exploit the Black majority. Yet, when South Africa formed a new democratic government, they chose not to take revenge on the Whites. If they had decided to take revenge, it would have led to a lot of violence and…
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Class 9 English Grammar | Passage Editing Worksheet

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This grammar exercise is designed for students of class 9. Read the passages given below. There is an error in each line. Identify the erroneous word and replace it with the correct word. Editing Exercise 1 More and more people in the country are looked at the sun for cleaner energy options and right so India receives a huge amounts of sunlight every year. If harnessed with cost effective methods this sunlight could be used to producing a whooping 600 giga watts of electricity. This is more than 5 time the annual power consumption of India what is only 120 giga watts. But in spite the fact that the potential is huge, what India currently derive is only 10-15 mega watts annually. Answers Error / Correction Looked / looking Right…
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Atoms And Molecules | Class 9 Chemistry Chapter 3 | Exam Oriented Questions And Answers

Chemistry, Class 9 NCERT Solutions
These exam oriented questions are based on the chapter Atoms and Molecules taken from the NCERT Chemistry text book for class 9 students. 1. Why do different kinds of matter show different properties? Answer: Different kinds of matter show different properties because the atoms and molecules that constitute matter have different properties. 2. Which postulate of John Dalton was found to be wrong in the later days? Answers: According to John Dalton’s Atomic Theory, atoms are indivisible particles that cannot be created or destroyed by chemical reaction. This was later proved to be wrong. 3. How do we indicate the size of an atom? Answer: We indicate the size of an atom by its radius. 4. Name any two laws of chemical combination Answer Law of conservation of mass Law of definite…
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Class 9 English Grammar | Gap Filling Exercise 1

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These grammar worksheets are designed for students of classes 9 and 10. They test your understanding of basic grammar rules. Gap filling activity 1 Complete the paragraph given below by filling in the blanks with the help of the options given. Tigers ………. (a) ………… (were / will / is / are) at the top of the food chain. Only human beings threaten their survival as a species. Tigers kill only for food ….b…… (or / because / but / and) only when they are hungry. They rarely ………c……… (attack / attacking / attacks / attacked) humans. Easily ……….d……… (recognized / recognizing / has recognizing / has recognized) by their reddish orange coat with dark ……..e…….. (strips / stripes / striped / stripe), tigers are the …….f……. (large / larger…
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Class 9 English Communicative | The Bishop’s Candlesticks | Exam Oriented Questions And Answers

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The following exam oriented questions and answers are based on the play The Bishop's Candlesticks. This lesson is designed for students of class 9 CBSE. English Communicative Drama 2 | The Bishop’s Candlesticks Short answer type questions 1. ‘I was a man once and I am a beast now. ‘ What circumstances turned the man into a beast in ‘The Bishop’s Candlesticks’? The protagonist was a jobless man who had stolen food for his ailing wife. The authorities put him in jail for this minor offense and he suffered inhuman treatment in the prison. He was given no food or medical attention. He was beaten like a beast. He underwent corporal punishment and had vermin all over his body. These atrocities that they inflicted on him ultimately turned him into a…
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Simple past or present perfect tense worksheet | Class 7 worksheets

English Grammar Worksheets
Complete the following sentences using a simple past or present perfect tense form. 1. We ………………….. in Chennai when we were children. a) lived b) have lived 2. We …………………… anything from her since last week. a) didn’t hear b) haven’t heard 3. Rahul …………………… a few minutes ago. a) has left b) left 4. She ……………………. unemployed since last May. a) has been b) was 5. We ………………….. the contract last month. a) signed b) have signed 6. The program …………………. yet. a) hasn’t started b) didn’t start 7. The boy …………………… absent since Monday. a) was b) has been 8. I …………………. the news last night. a) heard b) have heard 9. Somebody …………………….. the cat in. a) let b) has let 10. …………………….. to Australia? a) Did…
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Antonyms worksheet

English Grammar Worksheets
Form the antonyms of the following words by adding the right prefixes. Dignity - Direct - Discriminate - Dispensable - Distinct - Delicate - Decisive - Credulous - Convenient - Consistent - Conspicuous - Curable - Definite - Competent - Coherent - Conclusive - Complete - Capable - Prudent – Pure – Accessible – Advertent – Attentive – Auspicious – Probable – Practical – Proper – Perfection – Answers Dignity - indignity Direct - indirect Discriminate - indiscriminate Dispensable - indispensable Distinct - indistinct Delicate - indelicate Decisive - indecisive Credulous - incredulous Convenient - inconvenient Consistent - inconsistent Conspicuous - inconspicuous Curable - incurable Definite - indefinite Competent - incompetent Coherent - incoherent Conclusive - inconclusive Complete - incomplete Capable – incapable Prudent – imprudent Pure – impure Accessible…
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