Omission Exercises for Class 9 & 10 with Answers Ex.51&52

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Exercise-51

In the following passages, one word has been omitted in each tine. 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 tine number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined.

 Dhyan Chand, however, died penniless uncared e.g. penniless and uncared

for in a hospital, receiving meagre pension.          (a)  ……….    ………..     ………..

He was very sad see India finish seventh at          (b)   ……….    ………..     ………..

the Montreal Olympics, 1976. When he was the (c) ……….    ………..     ……….. 

deathbed at AIIMS, he reportedly told doctor     (d) ……….    ………..     ……….. 

 that Indian hockey dying. He then went into       (e) ……….    ………..     ………..

coma died in 1979. A year after his death,             (f) ……….    ………..     ………..  

the Indian Postal Service issued commemorative (g) ……….    ………..     ……….. 

in honour. In Addition, Dhyajn Chan National Stadium

                                                                                        (h) ……….    ………..     ……….. 
in New Delhi is named after him.

Answers:

Before               Word                After

(a) receiving        a                  meager              

(b)sad                  to                 see  

(c)was                 at                 the   

(d) told               a                  doctor  

(e)hockey        was               dying

(f)coma          and                 died                            

(g) issued       a                commemorative

(h)in              the               honour             

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Exercise-52   

In the following passages, one word has been omitted in each tine. 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 tine number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined.

Tourism in India plays vital role                            e.g. play          a          vital

in country’s economy, cultural growth               (a) ………..     ……….   ………….

and unity. India’s great diversity cultural           (b)   ………..    ……….   ………….

richness provides ample potential growth         (c)   ………..     ……….   ………….

in tourism. The rich heritage art, architecture, (d)………..        ……….  ……….

 pre-hitoric spots, places of wettest the driest, (e) ………..     ……….  ………. 

hill stations, mountains, forests, etc. all speak the (f) ………..    ………. …….  

infinite possibility of India becoming favourite      (g) ………..    ………   ……. 

 tourism destination. Rajasthan is not famous for (h) ………..   ………   …….  

its forts and places but also for the haunting beauty of its desert.

Answers:

Before                 Word               After

 (a) in                    the                 country’s                     

(b) diversity        and                 cultural  

(c) potential       for                  growth                

(d)heritage       of                     art 

(e)wettest        of                     the                            

(f) speak           of                     the                

(g) becoming    a                    favourite              

 (h)not            only                 famous

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