Gap Filling And Error Omission Exercises For Class 10 With Answers PDF

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Exercise-101

1. Write only one word to complete the following passage.

The Nobel Prize-winning, twice -(a)………..  Prime Minister of the United Kingdom wasn’t always as well regarded as the (b)…………. today. Winston Churchill struggled in school and failed in the sixth grade. After school, he faced many years of political failures, as he was defeated in every election for public office until he finally (c)……….. the Prime Minister at the ripe old age of 62.

2. Complete the following passage with one word only.

When electricity flows (a) ……….. a wire. tiny particles called electrons move (b)………… the wire. Each electron has a very small electric charge. (c)……………  the electrons arrive, they produce electricity.

3. Complete the following passage with one word.

Chamoli: The massive earthquake, which rocked with the hilly region on 28th March 1999, (a)………… left behind endless misery and suffering. People’s houses have collapsed and those (b)………… were erect may fall at any time. Hundreds of people (c) ………. died there and the survivors are left to live in the billy tracks (d) …………  in their cowsheds. They are afraid to sleep(e) ……….. the roof, they once called their home. Though the government-sanctioned crores(f) ………..  the relief work, it is said that very little actually trickled down.

Answers:-

1.(a) elected               (b) is                         (c) became

2. (a) through             (b) through               (c) As

3.(a) has                      (b) which                     (c) have

(d) or                           (e) under                     (f) for

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Exercise- 102

Fill up the given blanks choosing the most appropriate options from the ones given below:

1. As old age (a)…………..events at home may also contribute more to their problems. The empty nest feeling arising as a result of (b)………….. up children leaving the home may make the aged more lonely. The loneliness also (c)………… because of premature loss of the spouse.

(a) (i) advanced         (ii) is advancing           (iii) advances               (iv) was advancing

(b) (i) growing            (ii) grows                     (iii) grown                   (iv) grew

(c) (i) arose                (ii) arise                       (iii) arises                    (iv) arising

2. But one (a)………… look or think before taking an action. It often (b) …………dangerous to take an action without due thought. Impulsiveness (c) …………. to ruin and destruction.

(a) (i) can                   (ii) could                      (iii) would                    (iv) must

(b) (i) proves             (ii) will prove               (iii) proving                 (iv) proved

(c) (i) led                    (ii) leading                   (iii) leads                     (iv) lead

3. The train (a)……….. forward. One of the dotted brown ladies (b) …………. on having windows raised. Now that the rain beat against them. The porter (c) …………. along with his mysterious wand and began to light the car.

(a) (i) moving              (ii) moves                    (iii) moved                  (iv) move

(b) (i) insist                  (ii) insisting                 (iii) insisted                 (iv) insists

(c) (i) comes                (ii) coming                   (iii) came                     (iv) come

Answers:-

1.(a)(iii) advances

(b) (iii) grown                         

(c) (iii) arises

2. (a)(iv) must

(b) (i) proves                          

(c) (iii) leads

3. (a)(iii) moved

(b) (iii) insisted                       

(c) (iii) came

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Exercise- 103

Fill up the given blanks choosing the most appropriate options from the ones given below:

Seasons teach us (a)………… transitions, for winter slides (b) ………………… … spring as gently as adolescence into youth. And just (c) …………  we assume that winter is gone, an unseasonal blizzard (d)………..   come down to remind us we (e) ………….  wrong. Seasons are important, of course, because they take place (f) ……………  all of us, and all our days and loves. They are (g) ………….  close to us as the spring in our step or the dying in a lover’s regret. Moods, like seasons, rescue us (h)………….   our private winters and release us from the time (i)…………   space to usher us into (j)…………… larger rhythm as unanswerable as the dawn.

(a) (i) about              (ii) with            (iii) by                    (iv) from

(b) (i) into                 (ii) by               (iii) on                     (iv) from

(c) (i) for                   (ii) when          (iii) where              (iv) how

(d) (i) can                 (ii) is                 (iii) with                 (iv) will

(e) (i) were               (ii) are              (iii) should             (iv) being

(f) (i) for                   (ii) in                 (iii) on                    (iv) by

(g) (i) as                   (ii) is                  (iii) an                    (iv) with

(h) (i) from              (ii) for               (iii) and                  (iv) by

(i) (i) for                   (ii) and             (iii) with                 (iv) from

(j) (i) a                      (ii) the              (iii) some               (iv) by

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Exercise- 104

Fill up the given blanks choosing the most appropriate options from the ones given below:

It is possible (a) ……………..  happiness is a mirage (b) ……………  we are searching. But most (c)…………. us can identify moments of “happiness” in our lives. As long (d)………….   there are not identifiable moments of sadness, it (e) ………………  still manageable. However, depression is (f)…………… common problem, yet to be adequately articulated (g) ……………more importantly, treated. It requires treatment (h) …………….  different levels and this talk throws light (i) ……………one important mental equation we have to arrive at (j)…………..  understanding the world and life.

(a) (i) about             (ii) with            (iii) that                 (iv) from

(b) (i) which             (ii) who            (iii) where             (iv) from

(c) (i) for                  (ii) of                (iii) by                    (iv) in

(d) (i) as                   (ii) is                (iii) for                    (iv) with

(e) (i) is                    (ii) as               (iii) being                (iv) was

(f) (i) a                     (ii) an               (iii) the                    (iv) some

(g) (i) and                (ii) for              (iii) as                      (iv) with

(h) (i) at                  (ii) in                (iii) with                  (iv) by

(i) (i) for                  (ii) on               (iii) with                  (iv) from

(j) (i) the                 (ii) on               (iii) for                     (iv) from

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Exercise-105

Fill up the given blanks choosing the most appropriate options from the ones given below:

So I can’t say I am against tradition; on the (a) …………… hand I am considered (b) …………open-minded man — I (c)…………… never forced lifestyle choices on either (d)…………….. my children; my music reflects (e)……….nature and I (f) …………  a lot of new with the old. I am very conscious (g) ……….  ‘If the concept of “proportion” in a concert. (h)……………….   is no point overdoing any one aspect just (i)……………..   it’s evoking applause. My father taught (j) ………………the importance of a sense of proportion.

(a) (i) other                 (ii) our             (iii) one                        (iv) with

 (b) (i) on                     (ii) an              (iii) with                       (iv) by

 (c) (i) have                  (ii) has            (iii) whose                   (iv) where

(d) (i) in                       (ii) of               (iii) for                          (iv) with

(e) (i) mine                  (ii) their          (iii) my                          (iv) your

(f) (i) have                   (ii) has            (iii) had                         (iv) had been

(g) (i) that                    (ii) with          (iii) for                          (iv) of

(h) (i) There                 (ii) Here         (iii) For                         (iv) Hence

(i) (i) since                   (ii) for            (iii) because                 (iv) by

 (j) (i) mine                  (ii) them        (iii) you                        (iv) me

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Exercise-106

Fill up the given blanks choosing the most appropriate options from the ones given below:

With (a)……………. increase in tourism (b)…………… people willing to travel (c)…………… places beyond usual, (d)…………. are interesting trends coming up. More people (e) …………look forward to experiential (f) …………..adventure travel (g)………….. include culinary classes, demo kitchen, surfing, photography (h)…………..  so on. Homestays, ecotourism, sustainability and volunteer and charity-driven travel (i) ………….also be a dominant feature (j) ………… coming times. The destinations which evinced maximum travellers interests last year and continue to do so this year are Iceland, Bhutan, Seychelles, Bora-Bora and Canada.

(a) (i) the                             (ii) a                                       (iii) one                                 (iv) some

 (b) (i) and                           (ii) for                                   (iii) with                                (iv) by

(c) (i) for                              (ii) to                                    (iii) by                                   (iv) from

(d) (i) for                              (ii) this                                  (iii) where                           (iv) there

(e) (i) will                             (ii) can                                   (iii) must                              (iv) is

(f) (i) and                             (ii) for                                    (iii) with                               (iv) also

(g) (i) which                         (ii) this                                  (iii) where                           (iv) who

(h) (i) and                            (ii) with                                 (iii) for                                   (iv) also

 (i) (i) will                              (ii) can                                 (iii) has to                            (iv) should

(j) (i) the                              (ii) of                                     (iii) for                                   (iv) a

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Exercise-107

Fill up the given blanks choosing the most appropriate options from the ones given below:

Many foreign universities offer partial (a)…………….   full scholarship award (b)…………. encouraging applicants assessed (c)…………… “international” (d)  ………….. fees purposes (e) …………..  undertake undergraduate (f) …………..master-level study. Each award (g) ………….worth  3,000 for a year. Applicants (h)…………. only apply and (i)…………. considered for some scholarship after they have been offered (j) …………place to study on their chosen degree course (k) …………have been assessed as “international” for fee purposes. They must also be registered at many other universities for the forthcoming year.

(a) (i) or                       (ii) for                          (iii) are                        (iv)for

(b) (i) to                       (ii) for                          (iii) with                      (iv)with

 (c) (i) as                      (ii) is                            (iii) so                          (iv)by

(d) (i) for                     (ii) by                           (iii) with                      (iv) there

 (e) (i) with                  (ii) to                           (iii) by                          (iv) for

 (f) (i) and                    (ii) also                       (iii) with                      (iv) for

(g) (i) are                     (ii) has                        (iii) being                     (iv) is

(h) (i) will                    (ii) can                        (iii) has to                    (iv) should

(i) (i) be                       (ii) is                            (iii) are                        (iv) has

(j) (i) a                         (ii) some                      (iii) an                          (iv) with

(k) (i) with                   (ii) for                          (iii) and                        (iv) for

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Exercise-108

Fill up the given blanks choosing the most appropriate options from the ones given below:

1. It was like (a) ……………  a fuse. Duke (b) ………….. himself shaped in anticipation. Even Hooper (c) ……… explain his next move.

  (a) (i) lit                     (ii) lighting                  (iii) lighted                  (iv) light

 (b) (i) shimmied        (ii) shimmies              (iii) shimmying           (iv) shimmy

 (c) (i) won’t                (ii) shan’t                    (iii) can’t                       (iv) didn’t

2. He saw the Prussian soldiers (a) ……………… in the open field. It was a (b)…………. night. However he (c) ………….off to school.

(a) (i) drill                    (ii) drilled                    (iii) drilling                  (iv) be drilled

(b) (i) tempted            (ii) tempting                (iii) tempted                (iv) temptful

(c) (i) hurry                  (ii) hurries                   (iii) hurrying                (iv) hurried

3. Two childhood mishaps(a)………….. an aversion (b) ……………….water in Douglas’ mind. The first incident (c) ………………place when he was only His father (d)……………. him to the beach. He (e) ………. in the surf when a sea wave rolled (f)……………him.

(a) (i) creates              (ii) creating                 (iii) created                 (iv) create

(b) (i) for                     (ii) with                        (iii) at                          (iv) against

(c) (i) taking                (ii) took                        (iii) takes                     (iv) have taken

(d) (i) taking                (ii) has taken               (iii) takes                     (iv) took

(e) (i) stands                (ii) stood                      (iii) standing                (iv) had stood

(f) (i) into                     (ii) upto                       (iii) at                          (iv) over

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Exercise-109

Fill up the given blanks choosing the most appropriate options from the ones given below:

1. Douglas (a)…………. by complete surprise when he (b)………… into the water and went down at once (c)………….. the bottom. Then he (d) ………. that as soon as his feet (e) ………..  the surface he (f)……… out and grab the side rope.

(a) (i) took                   (ii) takes                      (iii) is taken                 (iv) was taken

(b) (i) threw                (ii) was thrown           (iii) throws                  (iv) is thrown

(c) (i) to                       (ii) at                            (iii) for                          (iv) on

 (d) (i) plans                (ii) planned                 (iii) had planned         (iv) was planning

(e) (i) are touching     (ii) will touch              (iii) touched                (iv) can touch

 (f) (i) springs              (ii) can spring            (iii) would reach out  (iv)would spring

2. Litka put (a)…………. a brave fight but all (b) ………….  vain. After her hair (c) ……………  Litka (d)……….   her spirit. She felt she (e) …………  tossed about in the air like a wooden puppet. She cried (f) ………..her anguish and she moaned.

(a) (i) on                      (ii) up                           (iii) at                          (iv) forth

(b) (i) on                      (ii) at                           (iii) for                         (iv) in

(c) (i) was cut              (ii) cuts                       (iii) had cut                (iv) cutting

 (d) (i) has lost            (ii) was losing             (iii) lost                       (iv) losing

 (e) (i) has lost            (ii) had been               (iii) was                      (iv) is being

(f) (i) on                       (ii) at                           (iii) with                     (iv) in  

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Exercise-110

Fill up the given blanks choosing the most appropriate options from the ones given below:

By this time, quite a small crowd (a)……………and people (b)……………  each other what was the matter. One party (c) ……………that it was a wedding and pointed out Harris as the bridegroom while the elder and (d) …………… among the populace inclined (e)…………… that it was a funeral and that I was probably the (f) ………..brother.

(a) (i) is collected       (ii) was collected        (iii) collected              (iv) had collected

(b) (i) were asking     (ii) had asked             (iii) asked                   (iv) keep asking

(c) (i) holding              (ii) had held               (iii) held                      (iv) was holding

(d) (i) thoughtful        (ii) more thoughtful (iii) least thoughtful  (iv) much thoughtful

(e) (i) with the idea    (ii) on the idea          (iii) in the idea           (iv) to the idea

(f) (i) the corpse’s       (ii) the corpse           (iii) a corpse              (iv) corpse

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