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 Answers of Grammar Paper (24 Feb 2022)

 Answers of Grammar Paper (24 Feb 2022)
Answers of Grammar Paper (24 Feb 2022)

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ARSOD ENGLISH CLASSES

ARSOD ENGLISH CLASSES
ARSOD ENGLISH CLASSES

  Time: 1 hr.                      Marks- 25

  Time: 1 hr.                      Marks- 25
  Time: 1 hr.                      Marks- 25

1] Nowadays we have gadgets to monitor blood sugar, blood pressure etc.

to monitor

(Rewrite using gerund form of the underlined word)

(Rewrite using gerund form of the underlined word)

Ans: Nowadays we have gadgets for monitoring blood sugar, blood pressure etc.

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monitoring

2] I‘m down with flu. (Use Question Tag)

(Use Question Tag)

Ans: I‘m down with flu, aren’t I?

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3] Banking and Finance sector is using Big Data to predict and prevent cybercrimes. (Change the Voice)

(Change the Voice)

Ans: Big Data is being used by banking and Finance sector to predict and prevent cybercrimes.

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4] It has tremendously helped in improving individual as well as team performance.  (Rewrite using infinitive form of the underlined word)

in improving
(Rewrite using infinitive form of the underlined word)

Ans: It has tremendously helped to improve individual as well as team performance.

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improve

5] Advertisers are one of the biggest players in Big Data. (Comparative degree)

(Comparative degree)

Ans: Advertisers are bigger than most other players in Big Data.

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6] The SEC is using Big Data to monitor financial markets. (Present Perfect continuous Tense)

(Present Perfect continuous Tense)

Ans: The SEC has been using Big Data to monitor financial markets.

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7] The  eight-and-a-half-hour-long  day  inside  the  hide  was  as  fruitful   as  the  Jambha  tree  standing  tall  on  the edge of Umbarzara. (Make Complex sentence)

(Make Complex sentence)

Ans: The  eight-and-a-half-hour-long  day  inside  the  hide  was  as  fruitful   as  the  Jambha  tree which stood  tall  on  the edge of Umbarzara.

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which stood

8] But the big cat was not visible. (Make negative)

(Make negative)

Ans: But the big cat was  invisible.

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9] We had to visit —— US  every  few months in those days. (Rewrite using proper article)

(Rewrite using proper article)

Ans: We had to visit the US  every  few months in those days.

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the

10] I   used   to   visit   both   of   these universities. (Use another modal auxiliary)

(Use another modal auxiliary)

Ans: I would visit   both   of   these universities.

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11] Many animals make alarm calls when they see a predator. (Rewrite using No sooner — than)

(Rewrite using No sooner — than)

Ans: No sooner do many animals (they) see a predator than they (many animals) make alarm calls

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No sooner do many animals (

12] “We are in the heart of the  man-animal  conflict  zone,”  explains  Shaaz. (Indirect Speech)

(Indirect Speech)

Ans: Shaaz explains that they are in the heart of the  man-animal  conflict  zone

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13] You cannot be successful if you are a loner. (Rewrite using unless)

(Rewrite using unless)

Ans: You can be successful unless you are a loner.

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14] After around 50 steps I found a bright red soil trail. (Wh Question)

After around 50 steps
. (Wh Question)

Ans: When did I find a bright red soil trail?

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 15] I lifted my camera bag and took the familiar trail to Pitezari. (Use present participle)

(Use present participle)

Ans: Lifting my camera bag, I took the familiar trail to Pitezari.

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16] We stopped ——- a Kusum tree to take a break.  (Use proper preposition)

(Use proper preposition)

Ans: We stopped under a Kusum tree to take a break.

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under

17] “I will take this route, you go straight,” said Raju to me. (Indirect speech)

(Indirect speech)

Ans: Raju told me that he would take that route, and advised me to go straight

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18] I felt like shouting to my heart’s content, but there was no other soul to listen to my sound in this wilderness. (Use Though)

(Use Though)

Ans: Though I felt like shouting to my heart’s content, there was no other soul to listen to my sound in this wilderness.

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19] I saw a man standing at a distance with a stick in his hand. (Rewrite using ‘Who’)

(Rewrite using ‘Who’)

Ans: I saw a man who stood at a distance with a stick in his hand. (Rewrite using

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(Rewrite using

20] Walking alone in a jungle needs more alertness than walking with a companion. (Change the degree)

(Change the degree)

Ans: Walking with a companion in a jungle does not need as alertness as walking alone (in a jungle)

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21] I never studied for scoring marks in any examination. ( Rhetorical Question)

( Rhetorical Question)

Ans: Did I ever study for scoring marks in any examination?

Ans: Did I
Did I

22] If only he could reach a table in the restaurant unsuspected, success would be his. (Unless)

(Unless)

Ans: Unless only he could reach a table in the restaurant unsuspected, success would not be his.

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23] Soapy took a stone and dashed it through the glass. (Make a Simple sentence)

(Make a Simple sentence)

Ans: Taking a stone, Soapy dashed it through the glass.

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24] “Where’s the man that done that?” inquired the officer agitatedly. “Don’t you think that I might have had something to do with it?” said Soapy, with a friendly voice. (Indirect speech)

(Indirect speech)

Ans: The officer inquired agitatedly where the man was that done that and Soapy asked with a friendly voice if he didn’t  think that he might have had something to do with it.

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25] A moving target is quicker when our notions. (Spot the error and Rewrite the correct sentence)

(Spot the error and Rewrite the correct sentence)

Ans: A moving target is quicker than our notions.

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than

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