Editing And Omission Exercises For Class 9 CBSE With Answers.

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Exercise-111

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

  BeforeWordWord
It has observed that staircase lighting is generally(a)………………
un-metered in some colonies group housing(b)………………
societies. The Department launched an one-time(c)………………
special scheme getting these unmetered staircase(d)………………
lights metered and change energy efficient(e)………………
LEDs. As a goodwill gesture, the discom bear(f)………………
 maximum cost of this initiative, enlisted agency(g)………………
representative customer care executive will in touch with customers.(h)………………

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Exercise-112

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

  Before WordAfter
This is a important part of our system(a)…..…..…..
to make children appreciate and (b)…..…..…..
understand misfortune, we them share(c)…..…..…..
in misfortune too. Each term child has one(d)…..…..…..
blind day, one lame day, one deaf. During (e)…..…..…..
the blind day eyes are bandaged(f)…..…..…..
absolutely and they on their honour (g)…..…..…..
not peep. The bandage is put on overnight.(h)…..…..…..

Answers:-

 BeforeWordAfter
(a)averyimportant
(b)makeourchildren
(c)wemakethem
(d)termeverychild
(e)deafday.During
(f)daytheireyes
(g)theyareon
(h)nottopeep.

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Exercise-113

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

  BeforeWordAfter
Suddenly Mondalik and mother(a)…….…….…….
heard labourers scream. When the(b)…….…….…….
two to the well, they were told that (c)…….…….…….
a five old boy named Hariya had  (d)…….…….…….
fallen through a side opening in the (e)…….…….…….
structure. Ignoring mother’s fears,  (f)…….…….…….
Mondalik quickly knotted lengths of(g)…….…….…….
flimsy rope belonging to labourers.   (h)…….…….…….

Answers:-

 BeforeWordAfter
(a)andhismother
(b)heardthelabourers
(c)twogotto
(d)fiveyearold
(e)falleninthrough
(f)Ignoringhismother’s
(g)knottedthelengths
(h)tothelabourers

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Exercise-114

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

  BeforeWordAfter
We cotton fields in our village (a)………………
and every my father spends (b)………………
a of money on buying new seeds(c)………………
to grow cotton plants. My grandfather (d)………………
told me many years ago, he could(e)………………
collect seeds from his own plants(f)………………
which could be to grow new plants(g)………………
during next year but today that doesn’t work.
(h)………………

Answers:-

 Before WordAfter
(a)wehavecotton
(b)eveyyearmy
(c)alotof
(d)growourcotton
(e)methatmany
(f)collecttheseeds
(g)beusedto
(h)duringthenext

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Exercise-115

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

  BeforeWord After
When darkness descended the scene (a)…….…….…….
and all was well safe, the tigress called(b)…….…….…….
its cubs emitting a haw has-on. The(c)…….…….…….
cubs two number and bigger than a(d)…….…….…….
full grown cat, responded. They came(e)…….…….…….
trolling up their mother and hurried(f)…….…….…….
straight the hill in indecent haste,(g)…….…….…….
the mother spitted them so furiously that they drew back at once.(h)…….…….…….

Answers:-

 BeforeWordAfter
(a)descendeduponthe
(b)wellandsafe
(c)cubsbyemitting
(d)twoinnumber
(e)responded Asthey
(f)uptotheir
(g)straighttothe
(h)spittedatthem

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Exercise-116

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

  Before WordAfter
Love and hatred are in almost every(a)…….…….…….
human. Hatred arises when we (b)…….…….…….
think the harm that has been done to  (c)…….…….…….
We hate enemy because we think (d)…….…….…….
of the he can do to us. We would like (e)…….…….…….
to kill out of revenge, we would like to(f)…….…….…….
kill him he can kill us. Such emotion(g)…….…….…….
of hatred loses sharpness if we look at him as another human being. (h)…….…….…….

Answers:-

 Before WordAfter
(a)Aretherein
(b)humanheart.Hatred
(c)thinkofthe
(d)hateanenemy
(e)theharmhe
(f)killhimout
(g)himbeforehe
(h)lossesitsharpness

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Exercise-117

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

  BeforeWordAfter
The spectacle a dying animal affects (a)………………
us painfully as we can its struggles.  (b)………………
The agony of an animal leaves us indifferent(c)………………
to a being eyes a million times more  (d)………………
sensitive ours, the struggle of a dying(e)………………
 would visible and therefore, distressing.(f)………………
Bos’s instrument endows with this (g)………………
more microscopic acuteness of vision. (h)………………

Answers:-

 Before WordAfter
(a)spectacleofa
(b)canseeits
(c)theunseenagony
(d)beinghavingeyes
(e)sensitive  thanours
(f)wouldbevisible
(g)endows uswith
(h)morethanmicroscopic

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Exercise-118

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

   Before WordAfter
Dreaming is common and natural(a)………………
activity of mind when we are asleep. But  (b)………………
the word ‘dream’ means ambition, a (c)………………
keen desire life. In that sense I have a  (d)………………
modest dream. I wish to qualify medical (e)………………
profession. To me, a doctor (f)………………
next to God as protector life. He(g)………………
provides relief to crying patients. He cures diseases.(h)………………

Answers:-

  BeforeWordAfter
(a)isacommon
(b)ofthemind
(c)dream alsomeans
(d)desireinlife
(e)qualifyformedical
(f)doctor   isnext
(g)protector oflife
(h) to
thecrying

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Exercise-119

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

  BeforeWordAfter
My day is the second Sunday of  (a)…….…….…….
every. On this day, our family  (b)…….…….…….
always goes to cinema to see a    (c)…….…….…….
 film. My father the tickets in advance  (d)…….…….…….
and of us take the bus there. In the  (e)…….…….…….
 interval, father buys peanuts and I  (f)…….…….…….
love sit in the darkness of the hall  (g)…….…….…….
eating watching the latest film.    (h)…….…….…….

Answers:-

 BeforeWordAfter
 (a)Myfavouriteday
 (b)everymonthon
 (c)tothecinema
 (d)fathergetsthe
 (e)andallof
 (f)buysuspeanuts
 (g)lovetosit
 (h)eatingandwatching

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Exercise-120

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

  BeforeWordAfter
Patrick couldn’t believe lucky he(a)……..……..……..
was! Here was answer to all of his (b)……..……..……..
problems, so he said only you do (c)……..……..……..
all my homework the end of the(d)……..……..……..
 semester, that’s 35. If you do a (e)……..……..……..
good enough, I could even get A’s. (f)……..……..……..
The little man’s wrinkled like a (g)……..……..……..
dishcloth thrown in hamper. He kicked his legs. (h)……..……..……..

Answers:-

 BeforeWordAfter
(a)believehowlucky
(b)wastheanswer
(c)onlyifyou
(d)homeworktillthe
(e)35daysif
(f)enoughjobI
(g)man’s facewrinkled
(h)inthehamper

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