Omission Exercises for Class 9 & 10 with Answers Ex.19 & 20

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OMISSION EXERCISES

Integrated Grammar Omission Exercises in Paragraphs

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EXERCISE -19

In the following passages, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along with the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in the space provided against the correct blank number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined.

                                                                                  Before           word           after

 

Colour of the leaves                                      (a) …………               …………         …………

indicates the health of tree.                           (b) …………               …………         …………

It is therefore important expose                 (c) …………               …………         …………

them to sunlight open air.                            (d) …………               …………         …………

They normally hardy plants                          (e) …………               …………         …………

and as rule kept outdoors round                 (f) …………               …………         …………

the year and occasionally brought indoors  (g) …………               …………         …………

decoration. A well shaped rootage lends

a special charm bonsai, suggesting stability  (h) …………               …………         …………

and age.

Answer

(a) the                        colour               –

(b) of                              a                   tree

(c) important               to                  expose

(d) sunlight                  and                  open

(e) They                       are                   normally

(f) as                               a                      rule

(g) indoors                   for                     –

(h) charm                    to                     bonsai

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                                                                   EXERCISE -20

In the following passages, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along with the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in the space provided against the correct blank number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined.

                                                                                                Before           word           after

 

The word calligraphy is composite adaptation        (a) …………               …………         …………

of two Greek words : Kallos (beauty) graphein          (b) …………               …………         …………

(to write). It primarily an art and perhaps                 (c) …………               …………         …………

one the most intimate, spontaneous and                    (d) …………               …………         …………

personal expression, reflecting calligrapher’s            (e) …………               …………         …………

moods. Like any other form art, calligraphy              (f) …………               …………         …………

too been always influenced by the cultures                (g) …………               …………         …………

and traditions of certain age.                                        (h) …………               …………         …………

Answer

(a) is              a                      composite

(b) (beauty)    and                  graphein

(c) it                 is                     primarily

(d) one             of                     the

(e) reflecting   the                   calligrapher’s

(f) form           of                     art

(g) too             has                   been

(h) of               a                      certain

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