Editing and Omission exercises from class 7 to 9 with answer PDF

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OMISSION EXERCISE-31

The following passages, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in the space provided against correct line number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined. The first one been done for you.

  Before WordAfter
Today, researchers examining garlic ande.g.researchersareexamining
its 200-odd chemical components are (a)…….…….…….
said to be beneficial everything from heart(b)…….…….…….
disease to cancer. This pungent herb has been used    
by the Chinese 3000 B.C. to ward off disease.(c)…….…….…….
Garlic can be used fighting cancer ;(d)…….…….…….
and cholesterol it stimulates the (e)…….…….…….
immune system strengthen the body’s(f)…….…….…….
defences cancer and inhibits the(g)…….…….…….
growth and spread tumour. (h)…….…….…….

Answers–   

 BeforeWordAfter
(a)componentswhichare
(b)beneficial     for/toeverything
(c)Chinese    since3000
(d)used     forfighting
(e)cholesterol      asit
(f)systemtostrengthen
(g)defences againstcancer
(h)spreadoftumour

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OMISSION EXERCISE-32

 The following passages, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in the space provided against correct line number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined. The first one been done for you.

  BeforeWordAfter
Ants are perhaps most impressive littlee.g.perhapsthemost
creatures the entire Animal Kingdom.(a)………………
Their social system is higher even than of (b)………………
the beehive, and many ways resembles(c)………………
that of mankind. They have knowledge of(d)………………
hygiene are well-versed in the art of taming(e)………………
other creatures and employing them service. (f)………………
They have many virtues similar human qualities.(g)………………
They have an appetite anything that lives and (h)………………

Answers

 Before Word After
(a)creatures   ofthe
(b)even thatthat
(c)andinmany
(d)ofthemankind
(e)hygieneandare
(f)them   toservice
(g)similar   tohuman
(h)appetite foranything

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OMISSION EXERCISE-33

In the following passages, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along with the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in the space provided against the correct line number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined. The first one has been done for you

  BeforeWord After
When we not satisfied with products ore.g.we arenot
services, can improve our chances for(a)……..   …….. ……..
satisfactory results using effective (b)……..……..……..
First, state problem, (c)……..……..……..
and then supply the supporting evidence.    
Tell explicitly what you want be done (d)……..……..……..
about it. Remember to polite and courteous.(e)……..……..……..
So, hold your temper avoid attacking the (f)……..……..……..
person listening your complaint. Let (g)……..……..……..
them know you want the corrective (h)……..……..……..
action completed.      

 Answers–  

 Before WordAfter
(a)services,wecan
(b)usingtheeffective
(c)state theproblem
(d)want   tobe
(e)tobepolite
(f)temper andavoid
(g)listening toyour
(h)know   thatyou

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OMISSION EXERCISE-34

In the following passages, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along with the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in the space provided against the correct line number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined. The first one has been done for you.

  BeforeWordAfter
Needless to say water will perhaps be the scarest e.g.saythatwater
commodity of 21st century. On the global (a)…….…….…….
scale it is assessed that the next two decades,(b)…….…….…….
water use by human beings be increased by 40% (c)…….…….…….
and 17% more water will be to grow more (d)…….…….…….
food for increasing population. Water is (e)…….…….…….
finite nature and the quantum of water (f)…….…….…….
cannot increased. The World Water Vision (g)…….…….…….
Committee our attention to the ‘gloomy arithmetic of water’.(h)…….…….…….

 Answers– 

 Before WordAfter
(a)ofthe21st
(b)that inthe
(c)beingwillbe
(d)be neededto
(e)fortheincreasing
(f)finite innature
(g)cannotbeincreased
(h)Committee drawour

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OMISSION EXERCISE-35

The following passages, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in the space provided against correct line number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined. The first one been done for you.

  Before Word After
Research has proved too much use of e.g.provedthattoo
technology hamper intellectual growth, (a)……..……..……..
language development innovative thinking.(b)……..……..……..
And then, there are hazards information(c)……..……..……..
“The human brain limited (d)……..……..……..
capability to absorb information,” Dr. Mittal. (e)……..……..……..
With unlimited information available(f)……..……..……..
a mere mouse click, is hardly surprising (g)……..……..……..
that problems breakdown, anxiety and (h)……..……..……..
depression spiralling. Obviously, not (i)……..……..……..
everyone handle the overload. (j)……..……..……..

Answers–   

 BeforeWordAfter 
(a)technologycanhamper
(b)development andinnovative
(c)hazards   ofinformation
(d)brainhaslimited
(e)information.” saysDr.
(f)availableat 
(g)click,itis
(h)problems like breakdown,
(i)depression     arespiraling
(j)everyonecanhandle

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OMISSION EXERCISE-36

The following passages, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in the space provided against correct line number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined. The first one been done for you.

  Before Word After
The Egyptian mummies always remained a fascinatione.g.mummieshavealways
for all. The method embalming, or treating the dead body is called mummification. (a)…….…….…….
The first step the   (b)…….…….…….
removal of all internal parts that decay rapidly.(c)…….…….…….
The brain wait oved inserting special (d)…….…….…….
hooked instruments up through nostrils. (e)…….…….…….
It was a delicate operation, one could easily the face. The embalmers disfigure(f)…….…….…….
then removed the organs the abdomen (g)…….…….…….
and chest through cut (h)…….…….…….
made the left side of the abdomen. They left only(i)…….…….…….
the heart in the place, believing it to the centre (j)…….…….…….
of person’s being and intelligence. (k)…….…….…….

 Answers– 

 Before WordAfter
(a)methodofembalming.
(b)stepwasthe
(c)alltheinternal
(d)insertingaspecial
(e)throughthenostrils.
(f)operation   asone
(g)organsfromthe
(h)throughacut
(i)madeonthe
(j) tothe
(k)ofaperson’s

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OMISSION EXERCISE-37

In the following passages, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along with the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in the space provided against the correct line number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined. The first one has been done for you.         

  BeforeWordAfter
It is not true the air gets graduallye.g.truethatthe
colder higher up you go. It does this (a)…….…….…….
upto height of about seven miles, (b)…….…….…….
For the lower layers of the atmosphere (c)…….…….…….
warmed by heat radiated the ground.(d)…….…….…….
In the next layer up, temperature remains (e)…….…….…….
almost the same, but it drops a chilly (f)…….…….…….
40°F about eighteen miles.    
There the temperature to rise because of (g)…….…….…….
some gases absorb heat directly from the sun. (h)…….…….…….

Answers

 BeforeWordAfter
(a)colderthehigher
(b)uptoaheight
(c)——–atmosphereis
(d)radiatedbythe
(e)upthetemperature
(f)drops toa
(g)temperaturebeginsto
(h)gases thatabsorb

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OMISSION EXERCISE-38

In the following passages, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along with the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in the space provided against the correct line number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined. The first one has been done for you

  Before Word  After
On the banks of Ganga, wheree.g.oftheGanga
it emerges of the Himalayan foot-hills(a) ………………
there are long stretches forests. There are(b) ………………
villages the fringe of the forest inhabited(c) ………………
by bamboo cutters and farmers. This area an(d) ………………
ideal hunting ground and so animals(e) ………………
are not numerous as they used to be. (f) ………………
The trees, too, have disappearing slowly(g) ………………
and as the forest recedes the animals lose food and shelter.(h) ………………

Answers

 Before WordAfter
(a) emerges outof
(b) stretches offorests
(c) village onthe
(d) area       isan
(e) sotheanimals
(f) notsonumerous
(g) havebeendisappearing
(h) losebothfood

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OMISSION EXERCISE-39

In the following passages, one word has been omitted in each time. Write the missing word along with the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in the space provided against the correct line number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined. The first one has been done for you.

  BeforeWord After
I was feeling more miserable ever when behind mee.g.miserable thanever
I heard a jolly sort of music. Turning around,    
I some elephants approaching. (a)…….…….…….
Leading was a young man on a pony.
(b)…….…….…….
He was a placard advertising a forthcoming (c)…….…….…….
circus. Music cheered me up and the sight (d)…….…….…….
of the lovely elephants was unusual treat. (e)…….…….…….
Across the road, Mr Samuels just finished polishing his fruits. (f)…….…….…….

  Answers– 

 Before Word  After 
(a)Isawsome
(b)Leadingthemwas
(c)washoldinga
(d)circus.   Themusic
(e)wasanunusual
(f)Samuelshadjust

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OMISSIONS EXERCISE-40

In the following passages, one word has been omitted in each tine. Write the missing word along with the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in the space provided against the correct tine number. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined. The first one has been done for you.

  Before Word  After
As man became busier time more preciouse.g.busierandtime
some methods sending messages (a)……..……..……..
quickly had be discovered.The semaphore was invented and (b)……..……..……..
towers movable arms were erected across(c)……..……..……..
the country just within the sight each other,(d)……..……..……..
so that messages could passed on from(e)……..……..……..
station to station. This was first telegraph, (f)……..……..……..
quickest way of sending messages(g)……..……..……..
before the coming electricity. (h)……..……..……..

Answers– 

 Before WordAfter
(a)methodsofsending
(b)hadtobe
(c)towerswithmovable
(d)sightofeach
(e)couldbepassed
(f)wasthefirst
(g)thequickest 
(h)comingofelectricity

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