Editing and Omission Exercises for Class 9 & 10 with answers Ex-59&60

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-59

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:

Today, democracy is often assume to                 e.g.  assume           assumed

be a liberal form at governance, a                       (a)…………….          ……………..  

form of representative democracy when the    (b)…………              ……………..

ability of elect representatives and the             (c)…………….          ……………..

will of the majority to exercising decision       (d)…………….         ……………..

making power arc subject to the rule of         (e)…………….          ……………..

law, and usually moderate by a constitution  (f)…………….          ……………..

which emphasise the protection of liberties, (g)…………….          ……………..

freedoms and rights of individuals or minorities.

Answers:

Incorrect Word                     Correct Word

(a) at                                               of

(b)when                                         were

(c)elect                                          elected                           

(d) exercising                               exercise

(e) are                                            is                                          

(f) moderate                               moderated               

(g) emphasise                            emphasises 

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

Exercise-60

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:

You may have forget you own                      e.g. forget               forgotten

voice long before. You were never gave     (a) …………               …………….   

 freedom enough to voice you opinions.     (b) …………               …………….   

You was always taught obedience, to          (c) …………               …………….   

 say ‘yes’ for everything that your elders     (d) …………               …………….   

were said to you. You were taught               (e) …………               …………….   

that you have to followed whatever             (f) …………               …………….   

 your teachers or priests were doing.          (g) …………               …………….   

Nobody ever told your to search                   (h) …………               …………….   

 for your own voice.

Answers:

Incorrect Word                      Correct Word

(a) gave                                          given

(b) you                                            your 

(c) was                                            were                                        

(d) for                                             to

(e) said                                         saying                                   

 (f) followed                                 follow  

(g) were                                        are                                  

(h) your                                        you

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