English Fill In The Blanks With Appropriate Words And English Grammar With Answers Gap Test

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Exercise-121

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

Monsoons are about (a)………….. When they (b) ………….  waterlogging (c)…………… a persistent problem. Whenever there are rains even the (d) …………ones waterlogging (e)…………. place. There is nothing we (f) ………………do either about monsoon or about waterlogging.

(a) (i) come                 (ii) been coming           (iii) to come               (iv) came

 (b)(i) come                 (ii) can come                (iii) will come             (iv) do come

 (c) (i) will be               (ii) is                             (iii) was                      (iv) being

(d) (i) light                   (ii) lighter                     (iii) lightest                 (iv) lightly

(e) (i) takes                  (ii) took                        (iii) taking                    (iv) will take

 (f) (i) will                    (ii) can                          (iii) must                      (iv) are doing

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Exercise- 122

Read the conversation given below and complete the paragraphs that follow:

1.Gokul: Hello, Shruti! Where are you going?

Shruti: Hey! Gokul. I am going to the market to get some stationery.

Gokul: Can you get a red ink pen?

Shruti: Fine. I will.

Gokul aksed Shruti (a)…………   She replied him (b)………….   to the market. Gokul requested (c) …….

2. Rahul: Good morning, sir. When should we submit our assignment, sir?

Teacher: By Wednesday. There are two assignments. Do you know that?

 Rahul: No, Sir, we thought it is one only.

Teacher: There are two. One writing and one grammar.

Rahul wished his teacher and asked (a) …………. The teacher replied that(b) …………. Rahul was surprised and told him (c) ………….. The teacher told him there were two assignments- one each in writing and grammar.

Answers:-

1. (a) where she was going to.

(b) that she was going to.

 (c) her to get a red ink pen.

2. (a) when they should submit their assignments.

 (b) they should submit the assignments by Wednesday.

(c) he thought it was one assignment only.

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Exercise-123

Read the conversation given below and complete the paragraphs that follow:

1.Bus conductor: Where are you going to, sir?

 Passenger: Gandhi Street, second lane.

Bus conductor: Sorry, sir. You have got into a wrong bus.

Bus conducted asked (a)………… The passenger asked (b)…………. The conductor replied with regret (c)…….

2.Ravi: Hello, sir. How to go to the Government hospital?

 Passerby: I think you need to take the right turn from here and then a further right turns.

 Ravi: Thank you, sir. I have been searching for it for half an hour.

Ravi asked (a) ……….  The passerby replied (b)………. Rat thanked him and said (c)………

Answers:-

1. (a) where the passenger was going to.

(b) a ticket for Gandhi street, second lane.

(c) that the passenger had got into a wrong bus.

2. (a) a passerby the way to Government hospital or how to go to the Government hospital.

 (b) that he need to/should take a right turn and then another right turn.

 (c) he had been searching for it for half an hour.

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Exercise-124

Read the following instructions and complete the paragraphs that follow:

1. The following was the Annual Day program of our school:

  • Started with prayers.
  • The Principal addressed the gathering.
  • The chief guest delivered his speech.
  • There was a party at the end.

The Annual Day program of our school began with (a) …………..…… This was followed by an address by (b) …………..  Then the chief guest delivered (c)………… Finally, there was (d)………. at the end.

2. A cleanliness drive was launched in our school:

  • The health minister visited our school.
  • Students took the brooms and started cleaning the whole place.
  • They resolved to keep their surroundings clean.
  • The teacher spoke about the importance of cleanliness.

The dignitary who visited our school was (a)……….. The (b) ………… cleaned the whole area. Keeping the (c)………… was the resolve taken by the students. The importance of cleanliness was stressed by the (d) ……….

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Exercise-125

Read the conversation given below and complete the paragraphs that follow:

1.Mother: Where are you go ing now?

 Rohit: Just for a little walk, mom.

 Mother: When will you return home?

 Rohit: I can’t say because I may also go to my friend Sohan’s house.

 Mother asked Rohit (a) …………. going then. Rohit replied that (b) …………. just for a little walk. At this mother asked him again when (c) ……….. return home. Rohit replied casually that (d) ……….. as he might also go (e) …………

2.Teacher: Why have you been absent all these days?

Raju: I had gone to my aunt’s home, sir and fell ill there.

 Teacher: Why didn’t you send in an application?

 Raju: My father did speak to the principal on the phone, sir.

The teacher asked Raju (a) …………  all those days. Raju replied politely that (b) ……….. and had fallen ill. At this, the teacher asked again why (c) …………..  an application. Raju replied respectfully that his father (d) …………

 Ans.

1. (a) where he was

(b) he was going

(c) he would

(d) he couldn’t say

(e) to his friend Sohan’s house.

2.(a) why he had been absent all those days.

(b) he had gone to his aunt’s home

(c) he had not sent in

(d) has spoken to the principal on phone.

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Exercise-126

Read the following instructions and complete the paragraphs that follow:

1. During the Book Week celebrations in your school, you were asked to speak about the importance of books. You made the following notes. Complete the paragraph that follows:

  • Increase knowledge
  • Widen outlook
  • Relax mind when under stress
  • Make us cultured and refined

By reading books our knowledge (a) …………….  Reading also helps us in (b)…………. our outlook on life. Reading books provides us with (c)………..  especially when we are under stress. They are also instrumental in (d)…………  us cultured and refined.

2. Read the given instructions carefully and complete the following paragraph with appropriate words and phrases. Write the correct answers on your answer sheet against the correct blank number.

Banana Shake

A ripe banana is taken. It (a)………..   into small slices. Then some sugar is ground into a powder. Sugar and banana slices (b)………. in a jar. A glass of and banana milk (c) …………Finally some ice cubes (d) ……….. shake is ready to serve.

 Answers:

1.(a) is increased

(b) widening

 (c) a relaxed mind

 (d) making

2. (a) is cut

(b) are blended

 (c) is added

(d) are added

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Exercise-127

Read the conversation given below and complete the paragraphs that follow:

1.Gagan: When are you going to return my notebook?

 Hardeep: Notebook! Which notebook may I ask?

 Gagan: My science notebook that you took yesterday.

Hardeep: Sorry, it couldn’t be with me because I had not come to school yesterday.

Gagan asked Hardeep when (a) ………..Surprised, Hardeep asked Gagan which (b) ……….  Gagan explained it was his science notebook that (c)………. Hardeep clarified it couldn’t be with him (d) ……….

2. Ritu: Have you taken my bag too?

Mohan: No, you won’t need to carry it.

 Rita: But what about some essential things?

 Mohan: You will get them all in the new flat.

 Ritu asked Mohan if he had (a) ………… Mohan replied that he had not because of the (b)……….. Rita questioned Mohan whether (c)……….  Mohan replied that she (d)  ……….

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Exercise-128

Read the conversation given below and complete the paragraphs that follow:

1.Ticket checker: Show me your ticket first

 Passenger: Sorry! I haven’t got one.

Ticket Checker: Why did you board the train without a ticket?

 Passenger: This was the last southbound train tonight.

The ticket checker asked the passenger (a)…………… Saying sorry, the passenger admitted that (b) ………. At this, the ticket checker asked him why (c)……… The passenger explained that (d) ……….

2. Father: Go and post these letters now.

 Son: Okay Dad! Let me finish my homework first.

 Father: These are urgent letters. I can’t wait.

Son: It is 9 p.m. and the letters will not be out before 8 a.m.

Father ordered his son (a) ………..The son agreed but on requested his father (b) ……….At this father lost his cool and said that (c)……….. The son pointed out that (d) ………..

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Exercise-129

Read the conversation given below and complete the paragraphs that follow:

1.Rat: All our money is gone. What shall we do now?

 Meera: Call father. He will help us out.

Ravi: No, never! I would rather die than ask a father for money.

Meera: Do as you please but I am going to my friend’s house.

 Ravi told Meera that (a) ………..  and asked (b)  ………. Meera suggested that they should (c) ………Ravi revolted at the idea saying that (d)………..  Meera told Rat that (e) …………

2. He: Do not blame me for all this, please.

She: Who should I blame them?

 He: Blame the stars that made us meet here.

She: Better do something rather than stand and curse.

He requested her not to (a) ………… She responded by saying to (b)……….. He suggested that she should (c)………. She suggested to him to (d) ………..

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Exercise-130

Read the following instructions and complete the paragraphs that follow:

1. Geeta’s mother had given her some instructions before leaving for the office. The instructions read as followers:

  • Visit the post office.
  • Buy a few envelopes.
  • Insert the invitation cards into the envelope.
  • Paste the envelopes nicely.
  • Drop them into the letterbox.

On the basis of mother’s instructions, Geeta made her own notes which read as follows. Complete Geeta’s notes by filling the blanks. Post office to be visited.

A few envelopes (a) ………..  Invitation cards (b)………. into the envelopes. The envelopes must (c)…………  nicely. They must (d)………. into the letterbox.

2. On the basis of the information given below, complete the following paragraph:

  • Dr Vinay Mehta visited our school on Saturday last.
  • We made big preparations for the inauguration of the Health Science Club.
  • We invited many important people on the occasion.
  • We also organised a blood donation camp on that day.
  • We had informed the parents about the event.
  • Many parents wrote very good remarks to appreciate our initiative.

Our school was visited by Dr Vinay Mehta on Saturday last. Big preparations (a) …………for the inauguration of the health science club. Many important people (b)………… on the occasion. A blood donation camp (c) ………… on that day. The parents (d) …………. about the event. Very good remarks (e) …………by parents to appreciate our efforts.

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