Omission Exercises for Class 8 Ex.9 & 10 (Solved)

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

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Exercise-9

In the following passages, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along with word that comes before and the word that comes after it. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined:

BeforeWordAfter
There was dense forest. A stream flowed(a)…….…….…….
gently softly in it. There was a large(b)…….…….…….
tree on its bank in a dove lived. At(c)…….…….…….
the foot the trunk of the tree, there(d)…….…….…….
lived ant in a hole. The lived ant and the(e)…….…….…….
dove fast friends.(f)…….…….…….
When they no work, they sat(g)…….…….…….
together in the shade of tree.(h)…….…….…….

Answers:-

BeforeWordAfter
(a)wasadense
(b)gentlyandsoftly
(c)inwhicha
(d)footofthe
(e)livedanant
(f)dovewerefast
(g)theyhadno
(h)ofthetree

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Exercise-10

In the following passages one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along with word that comes before and the word that comes after it. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined:

Before WordAfter
Man’s practice increases hard work.(a)………………
If he does not it, his practice(b)………………
suffers. The lawyer is judged the(c)………………
cases he wins. The writer’s(d)………………
success examined by the opinion(e)………………
of the readers critics; whereas(f)………………
the typist’s efficiency tested by his speed(g)………………
and the accuracy his work.(h)………………

Answers:-

BeforeWordAfter
(a)increasesbyhard
(b)notdoit
(c)judgedbythe
(d)casesthathe
(e)successisexamined
(f)readersandcritics
(g)efficiencyistested
(h)accuracyofhis

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