Editing and Omission Exercises for Class 9 & 10 with answers Ex-47&48

By | May 18, 2018
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Following are the exercises for editing class 9 and 10 English. If you want to become a professional grammar editor, just practice the following grammar exercises. These exercises are known by many names like  proofreading exercises, paragraph correction, Editing Passage, grammar error correction exercises etc. These English grammar exercises with answers for class 9 and 10 CBSE will make you a professional editor. Revising and editing is a positive attitude. These everyday edit exercises will add another pearl of knowledge to your string. Kindly note that these are always integrated exercises.

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Editing and Omission exercises for class 9 & 10 English CBSE with answers pdf

Exercise-47

The following passages have not been edited. There is one error in each word and the correction against the correct question number. Remember you have supplied. One is done as an example:

1.The International Monetary Fund maintain             eg. Maintain      maintained

2.its forecast on weak global growth and                     (a) ……………..      ………………..

 3.warned that further stagnation did fuel                   (b) ……………..      ………………..

4. more populist sentiment for trade and                     (c) ……………..      ………………..

 5.immigration that would stifled activity,                    (d) ……………..      ………………..

6.productivity and innovation. In the late update       (e) ……………..      ………………..

7.of their Word Economic Outlook, the IMF                 (f) ……………..      ………………..

8.said a dropped in US growth for 2016                        (g) ……………..      ………………..

9.is due too a weak first-half performance.                  (h) ……………..      ………………..

Answers:

Incorrect Word                   Correct Word

1.(a)   on                                         for                     

(b)  did                                           will                    

(c) for                                           against

(d)  stifled                                    stifle                

(e) late                                         latest                  

(f) their                                         its

(g) dropped                                 drop              

(h)  too                                            to

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Exercise-48

 

The following passages have not been edited. There is one error in each word and the correction against the correct question number. Remember you have supplied. One is done as an example:

 Your voice has remained very subdue                                     e.g. subdue            subdued      

and other’s voices are very loud, command,                     (a) ……………..            ………………   

because they were order and you had                               (b) ……………..            ………………   

 followed them—despite you. Naturally                           (c) ……………..            ………………   

only one voice is missing with you, and                          (d) ……………..            ………………   

that is you; otherwise there is a wholly                          (e) ……………..            ………………   

crowd. And that crowd is constant driving                   (f) ……………..            ………………   

you mad, because one voice say, “Do this,”                 (g) ……………..            ………………   

another voice says, “Never does that! Don’t               (h) ……………..            ………………   

listen to that voice!”

Answers:

Incorrect Word                   Correct Word

(a) command                             commanding                     

(b) order                                     orders

(c) you                                         yourself                 

(d)with                                        in       

(e)wholly                                   whole

(f)constant                               constantly          

(g)say                                         says        

(h)does                                      do

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