Editing and Omission Exercises for Class 9 & 10 with answers Ex-55&56

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.

Note- These can be considered as English Grammar worksheets  and proofreading examples, as a printable version is also available at the bottom.

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

 

Exercise-55 

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:

There is nothing much selfish                               eg. Much                more

 you can do than come for work sick.                 (a) ………………          ………………

You may get a gold star for show                        (b) ………………          ………………

your sniffling face with the office                        (c) ……………             ………………..

and soldiering for the workday to                       (d) ……………             ………………..

provide you value — but everyone                      (e) ……………              ………………..

around you just get sick. You are                        (f) ……………              ………………..

 a inconsiderate work hazard, when                   (g) ……………             ………………..

you brought your infectious illness to work.     (h) ……………            ………………..

Answers:

Incorrect Word                                Correct Word

(a)for                                                         to                          

(b)show                                                   showing       

(c)with                                                     at

(d) for                                                      through               

(e)you                                                     your                 

(f)get                                                      gets

(g) a                                                        an                            

(h) brought                                          bring

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Exercise-56

 

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:

Overeating is one of the more wonderful            e.g. more         most

practices among those which think that they    (a) ………….    ……………

can afford it. In fact that is said that                    (b) ………….    …………… 

near all those who can get as much                     (c) ………….    ……………

as he desire, overeat to their                                 (d) ………….    ……………

disadvantage. This class of peoples could           (e) ………….    ……………

save the great deal more food than                     (f) ………….    ……………

they can save by missing one meal                      (g) ………….    ……………

per week and also improving their health.         (h) ………….    ……………

Answers:

Incorrect Word                    Correct Word

(a)which                                       who

(b)that                                           it

(c)near                                          almost

(d)he                                             they                            

(e)peoples                                   people     

(f)the                                            a

(g)can                                          could                         

(h)improving                            improve              

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