Gap Filling Exercise No-40,41&42 (Unsolved)

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EXERCISE-40

Read the following paragraphs carefully and fill in the blanks with the correct form of verbs given in brackets:

 Manu ———– (feel) nervous when he———– (see) the question paper. The paper-setter———-   (give) stiff questions. Manu ———– (try) to solve the questions but he could not solve all the questions. He ———— (face) such a situation in his VIII class examination. He ———- (fair) very badly even then. That fear ———- (come) back to him when he———— (read) this year’s question paper.

EXERCISE-41

Read the following paragraphs carefully and fill in the blanks with the correct form of verbs given in brackets:

The prize distribution functions of our school————- (approach). Only seven days were———– (leave). We ————— (decide) to distribute the work. We————- (form) two committees, that is the purchase committee and the reception committee. We———– (assign) different jobs to each committee. The purchase committee————   (purchase) prizes. The Reception Committee ————- (include) the Principal, the teachers and the students. Everybody was busy that day. The Principal was——— (supervise) all the arrangements.          

EXERCISE-42

Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb given in the brackets. Write the correct answer in your answer sheet against the correct blank number.

When Queen Victoria (a)……………..   (move) into Buckingham Palace in 1837, a detachment of the Queen’s Foot Guard (b) ……………..   (take) position there. The tradition of stillness. movement and change of guards (c)  …………….. (maintain) since then. The guards (d) ……………..   (stand) still for a while, then come to attention, (e) ……………..  (shoulder) their weapons anti march to another position. They (I)……………..  (allow) to smile either, although mischievous tourist often (g) ……………..  (tease) them and (h) ……………..   (try) to get them to smile.  

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