Gap Filling Exercises for class 8 (Solved)Exercise-11&12

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Cloze Test Printable Exercises with Answers

Following are the exercises of open cloze passage and gap filling.  These grammar exercises for class 8 are based on English modals exercises, verbs exercises, grammar tense exercises, modal auxiliary, simple past and other tense exercises. These gap fillers for beginners and cloze test will help you in first certificate in English (FCE). The following esl form filling exercises are specially designed for class 8. A printable version in PDF form is also available at the bottom of each exercise.


Complete the following passage by choosing the most appropriate options from the ones given below

 If fresh water is polluted it harms us and all other living beings, including crops, plants, and trees, (A)______ many ways. Unsafe water kills about 1.6 million people a year, more than all violent activities including wan If the oceans (B) ________  polluted then all living things in (C) ________  ocean are harmed, and all the marine products humans consume, such (D) ________  fish, will also become harmful. The approaches (E) ________  water conservation (F) ________   storage involve people in groups of houses, or whole villages, in cleaning (G) ________  local tanks and small canals, building check dams from local earth, and maintaining these themselves, often with advice from government engineers. The ways we conserve water are of course (H) ________ important, but we also need to think about how we use water.                                                                        

(A) (a) on                (b) in                    (c) out                   (d) of

(B) (a) has               (b) is                    (c) are                   (d) have

(C) (a) the               (b)an                    (c) a                      (d) some

(D) (a) that              (b) like                 (c) in                     (d) as

(E) (a) of                  (b) in                   (c) to                     (d) like

 (F) (a) in                 (b) and                (c) of                     (d) also

 (G) (a) his               (b) them             (c) this                   (d) their

(H)  (a) too              (b) very               (c) so                     (d) though


(A) (b) in                       (B) (c) are                           

(C)(a) the                      (D)(d)as

(E) (c) to                       (F) (b)and                           

(G)(d)their                    (H)(b)very

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Complete the following passage by choosing the most appropriate options from the ones given below

The idea that a healthy plate of food (A) ________ feature several different colours is a (B) ________ example (C) ________   an old wive’s tale (D) ________ turns out to be good science. The colours of (E) ________ vegetables reflect the (F) ________   antioxidants they contain. They (G) ________ to protect (H) ________   chronic diseases like cancer.

 (A) (a) would                 (b) will                  (c) may                 (d) might

 (B) (a) bad                     (b) good               (c)clear                 (d) dry

 (C) (a) of                        (b) for                  (c) in                     (d)to

(D) (a) what                    (b) who                (c) that                 (d) it

(E) (a) most                    (b) many              (c) less                  (d) some

(F) (a) enough                (b) some              (c) different         (d) same

(G) (a) helped                (b) help                (c) is helping        (d) had helped

(H) (a) for                      (b) against           (c) in                     (d) by                   


(A) (b) will                           (B) (b)good                        

(C)(a) of                               (D)(c) that

(E) (b) many                       (F) (c) different                                

(G)(b)help                          (H)(b)against

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