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 Exercise-31

Rearrange the jumbled words to make meaningful sentences.

 (a) is a / tribute/Children’s Day / to/ childhood / celebration

(b)  are the world’s / its best hope / most valuable resources / children / and / for the future

 (c) have their/own ways/ different countries/ of celebrating/children’s Day

(d) camping trips/ in China,/ such as /schools hold/activities

Answers:

 (a) Children’s Day celebration is a tribute to childhood.

 (b) Children are the world’s most valuable resources and its best hope for the future.

 (c) Different countries have their own ways of celebrating children’s Day.

  (d) In China, schools hold activities such as camping trips.

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 Exercise-32

Rearrange the following to form meaningful sentences. The first one has been done as an example for you.

 Example: surveys/ shown/ the/ that/ bills / medical/ of /vegetarians/ lower/ considerably/ non vegetarians/ the/ have/ are/ than those of

 Surveys have shown that medical bills of vegetarians are considerably lower than those of the non-vegetarians.

 (a) protection / vegetarianism /from/ diseases/ coronary/ offers

(b) it/ helps/of/management/the / diseases / the / gastro-intestinal/in

 (c) is/it/for/suitable/insulin/non-insulin/ dependent/dependent / and /diabetics

 (d) use /as/a/part/major/their/of/Nephrologists/ it/diet

Answers:

(a) Vegetarianism offers protection from coronary diseases.

 (b) It helps in the management of gastro-intestinal diseases.

 (c) It is suitable for insulin dependent and non-insulin dependent diabetics.

 (d) Nephrologists use it as a major part of their diet.

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 Exercise-33

Rearrange the following words and phrases to form a meaningful sentence. The first one has been done as an example

Example: using/sharpened tool/drawing/or/ pictures/the /of making/is /a pointed

Drawing is the making of pictures using a pointed or sharpened tool.

(a) have/making/humans/heed/times/ pre-historic/the drawings/since

(b) earliest/were/the/pointed/drawing tools/ sticks/stones/or

(c) Today/variety/have/wide/we/a/of/ colours/pencils/and/pens

(d) an/is/drawing/activity/artistic

Answers:

(a) Humans have been making the drawings since pre-historic times.

(b)  Pointed sticks or stones were the earliest drawing tools

(c) Today, we have a wide variety of pencils, pens and colours.

(d) Drawing is an artistic activity.

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Exercise-34

Rearrange the following words and phrases to form a meaningful sentence. The first one has been done as an example

(a) very important / facial expressions/to us / are

 (b) someone / easier / can see / you / it is / to understand

(c) to tell apart/are easy/happy/and sad faces

 (d) there/we can mould/of other ways/dozens/ our faces/are

Answers:

(a) Facial expressions are very important to us.

 (b) It is easier to understand someone you can see.

(c) Happy and sad faces are easy to tell apart.

(d) There are dozens of other ways we can mould our faces.

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 Exercise-35

Rearrange the following words and phrases to form a meaningful sentence. The first one has been done as an example

(a) our environment/causing/to/we are/an/ irreparable damage

(b) our citizens/choking/and/our cities/air pollution/ is

(c) entire state/global warming washing/duo to / is/a chilling possibility/ the flooding of

(d) are/ leaving/ we/nothing/next generations / for/the

Answers:

(a) We are causing irreparable damage to our environment.

(b) Air pollution is choking our citizens and our cities.

(c) The flooding of the entire state due to global warming washing is a chilling possibility.

(d) We are leaving nothing for the next generations.

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Exercise-36

Rearrange the following words and phrases to form a meaningful sentence. The first one has been done as an example

E.g. streets/during/can see/slogans/elections/ supporters/political parties/ tile/ shouting/of/ in/we.

 During elections, we can see supporters of political parties shouting slogans in the streets.

(a) on foot/greeting/the candidates/walk/even/ the people

(b) the opportunity/of/shaking hands/everyone/ they catch/with

(c) their problems/the people/assure/of’ solving/ their supporters

(d)to/vote/they/candidates/urge/them/in favor of their

Answers:

(a) The candidates even walk on foot greeting the people.

(b) They catch the opportunity of shaking hands with everyone.

(c) Their supporters assure the people of solving their problems.

(d) They urge them to vote in favour of their candidates.

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Exercise-37

Look at the words and phrases below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences to make a reading passage. Write the correct sentences in the space provided.

(a) sensation / Sania Mirza / in / is / Indian tennis / the / newest

(b) on November 15, 1986 / and lives / in / was born / with her parents / she / Hyderabad

(c) Indian woman / the fourth round / the 2005 US Open / of a Grand Slam / she became / to reach / the first / tournament at

(d) the Gold and Silver / won / in 2006 / in the Doha Asian / she / games / medal .

(e) was awarded / in recognition / award in 2004 / in tennis / of her performance / she / the Arjuna

Answers:-
(a) Sania Mirza is the newest sensation in Indian tennis.

(b) She was born in Hyderabad on November 15, 1986 and lives with her parents.

(c) She became the first Indian woman to reach the fourth round of a Grand Slam tournament at the 2005 US Open.

(d) She won the Gold and Silver medal in the Doha Asian games in 2006.

(e) She was awarded the Anima Award in 2004 in recognition of her performance in tennis.

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 Exercise-38

Look at the words and phrases below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences to make a reading passage. Write the correct sentences in the space provided.

(a) first / astronaut / is / Kalpana Chawla / India’s / woman

(b) she / after / Engineering College, Chandigarh / finishing school / studied aeronautical engineering / at Punjab

(c) in aerospace engineering / moved to / master of science degree / she then / the US / to obtain a

(d) did Ph.D / and began / she / for NASA / in / aerospace engineering / working

(e) into space twice / Shuttle Columbia / flew / disintegrated / she / and the second / the space / time unfortunately

Answers:-

(a) Kalpana Chawla is India’s first woman astronaut

(b) She studied aeronautical engineering at Punjab Engineering College. Chandigarh after finishing school.

(c) She then moved to the US to obtain a Master of Science degree in aerospace engineering.

(d) She did PhD in aerospace engineering and began working for NASA.

(e) She flew into space twice and the second time, unfortunately, the Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated.

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Exercise-39

Rearrange the following words and phrases to form meaningful sentences. The first one has been done as an example.

other species / human species / the / of / many / the / very existence / is threatening

The human species is threatening the very existence of many other species.

(a) of nature / biodiversity / the / is / variety of life forms ! interact to support / that / and sustain / balance / the

(b) consumed / as I group / more and more of / Earth’s / the / resources ! are / human population / the

(c)extinction / crisis / explosive / an / consumption / had led / growth and / an

(d)   that have / Earth’s history / mass extinctions / the I threatens / periodically / occurred / the and/ to surpass

 (e) one every day/scientists I that / estimate I rate of I species are disappearing / the / at

ANSWERS:

(a)The variety of life forms interacts to support and sustain that balance of the biodiversity of nature.

(b) More and more of the Earth’s resources are consumed by the human population as group.

(c)An explosive growth and consumption had led to a crisis of extinction.

(d) And the Earth’s history threatens to surpass the mass extinctions that have occurred periodically.

(e)Scientists estimate that species are disappearing at the rate of one every day. 

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Exercise-40

Look at the words and phrases below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences. The first one has been done as an example. Write the correct sentences in your answer sheet against the correct blank number.

 put into / as the / at low / baby can / he is / as soon / water / toddle / tide /

As soon as the baby can toddle he is put into water at low tide.

(a) water / the / baby / in the / here / plays / sits and

(b) long enough / the mother / him / does not / to weary / there / leaves him /

(c) older / at low tide / as / wade about / allowed to / he is / he grows /

(d) look out / water / keep a / into deep / sharp / does not stray / so that he / his elders /

(e) permitted to / from which / judgement / he may / make small mistakes / he is / learn to make better /

Answers :

(a) Here the baby sits and plays In the water.

(B) The mother does not leave him there long enough to weary.

(c) As he grows older, he is allowed to wade about at low tide.

(d) His elders keep a sharp lookout so that he does not stray into deep water.

(e) He is permitted to make small mistakes from which he may learn to make a better judgement.

(f) When the children are able to swim they are given small canoes of their own.

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