Gap Filling Exercise-10,11 & 12 (Solved)

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Cloze Test Printable Exercises with Answers

Following are the exercises of open cloze passage and gap filling.  These grammar exercises are based on English modals exercises, verbs exercises, grammar tense exercises, modal auxiliary, simple past and other tense exercises. These gap fillers for beginners and cloze test will help you in the first certificate in English (FCE). The following ESL form filling exercises are specially designed. A printable version in PDF form is also available at the bottom of each exercise.

Exercise-10

Supply the appropriate words to complete the following passages:

  1. A school is a place where many students (a)……….. cultures and attitude converge. The first thing they learned in primary school (b) …………. that there are so many different kinds of people. They experience the pains and pleasures of getting to know (c) ………… schoolmates. They discover their own strengths (d) ………… weaknesses. They learn (e)…………. meaning of tolerance, teamwork, friendship, selflessness, etc. Some experiences are uplifting (f) …………some are depressing.
  2. So the wizard said, “Oh, very well. (a) ………… to the end of the lane and turn (b) ………… three times and look down the magic well and there you will (c) ………… three pennies. Hurry (d) ……….. ” So Roger Skunk went up to the end of the lane and (e) ………..around three times and there is the magic well (f) ………three pennies!

Answers:-

  1. (a) of        (b) is

(c) their            (d) and

(e) the              (f) while

  1. (a) go     (b) around

(c) find            (d) up

(e) turned        (J) were

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Exercise-11

Fill in the blanks choosing the most appropriate options from the one given below. Write the answers in

your answer sheet against the correct blank numbers.

  1. Marita read the newspaper sitting (a)……………….. the library. She read about a woman (b)………………….. had climbed Mt. Everest. Marita said, ” Maybe, one day I (c)…………………… climb it too.’’

 (a) (i) the        (ii) in                (iii) along         (iv) on

(b) (i) which    (ii) whose        (iii) who           (iv) she

 (c) (i) is           (ii) was            (iii) are             (iv) shall

  1. There is a general belief (a) ………… students that (b)………. who write long sentences get (c) ……….marks.

(a) (i) in           (ii) of               (iii) among       (iv) between

(b) (i) they       (ii) those          (iii) all              (iv) them

(c) (i) more      (ii) many          (iii) most          (iv) much

Answers:-

  1. (a) (i) in (b) (iii) who (c) (iv) shall
  2. (iii) among (ii) those (i) more

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Exercise-12

Fill in the blanks choosing the most appropriate options from the one given below. Write the answers in your answer sheet against the correct blank numbers.

  1. Reading a novel or short story (a)………… second language could dramatically (b)……….. physiological responses to emotions such (c) ………..smiling.                                                                  

(a) (i) of           (ii) in                (iii) from          (iv) at

(b) (i) reduce   (it) reduces      (iii) reduced     (iv) reducing

(c) (i) like         (ii) similar to    (iii) as              (iv) alike

  1. When we read (a) ………..a happy person we smile, (b)……….. if the character (c)………… angry, we frown.                                                                                                                                               

(a) (i) off         (ii) about          (iii) from          (iv) on

(b) (i) as           (ii) because      (iii) whereas     (iv) when

(c) (i) is            (ii) became       (iii) are             (iv) am

Answers:-

  1. (ii) in (i) reduce (iii) as
  2. (ii) about (iii) whereas (i) is

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