Punctuate the Following:
- ram and peter are friends
- are you coming to the party on monday
- french is a beautiful language do you know why i have no idea
- ram peter and lee are friends they are my neighbors
- before 1947 pakistan and india were one country
Replace the underlined names with pronouns (he, his, him; she, her, her)
- Ram is my neighbor. Ram (a) has two brothers. Every morning I meet Ram (b) at the bus stop where Ram (c) waits for Ram’s (d) school bus.
- Peter is a cow-boy. Peter (a) lives on the mountain with Peter’s (b) mother and grandmother. Peter’s (c) mother tells Peter (d) stories about Indians.
- Lee is Lee’s (a) parents’ only daughter. Lee (b) doesn’t go to school because Lees’ (c) mother thinks that Lee (d) should not study.
1. Write a paragraph in 100 – 150 words about ‘the importance of outdoor games.’
- What are the kinds of outdoor games.
- Hide and seek
- Why we should play out.
- Makes good physique / body
- Proper blood circulation
- Make friends and become social beings
- What happens if we do not play out.
- Heart problems
1. Punctuate the Following:
- mary asked are you mr tom
- hello sam i have never imagined meeting you in beijing like this
- our politicians say that economic progress is the prime issue in fact it is ppp poverty population and pollution
3. Gap Filling – Personal Pronouns
- Rita told ___ mother that ___ friends were going to Shimla.
- Mother asked ___ if ___ also wished to accompany ____.
- Rita replied that ___ wished to go but ___ was not sure if ___ father would be willing to pay Rs. 5000.
- Rita’s father heard this conversation as ___ came in that moment.
- ___ asked the two of ___ what they had been talking about.
- Rita told ___ about the trip to Shimla and about ___ wish to join ___.
1. Spelling Exercise
- Yesterday I went to buy three kilograms of _____ (anions/onions).
- The shopkeeper took the _____ (wait/weight) and charged hundred rupees.
- I ____ (baught/bought) some _____ (vegitables/vegetables) as well.
- On the way back, I ____ (so/sow/saw) some ____ (men/mens/mans) fighting on the road.
- I ____ (didnt/dint/didn’t) know why they were fighting so I ran home.
- Half the way home, I met my ____ (neybor/neighbor/neibhor) Mr. Peter.
- He was a ____ (helthy/healthy) man with a loving ____ (hart/heart)
- He told me to run home as there were clashes between two ____ (groops/groups).
- I ran home with all my ____ (strength/streangth) and reached before sunset.
- When mother ____ (opend/opened) door for me, it began to ____ (reign/rain).
2. Paragraph writing
Write a paragraph of 10 sentences about friendship.
3. Frame sentences with the following words:
- Obesity /obese – Very fat due to over-eating and lack of exercise.
- Difficulty – A hard situation
- Pride – Feeling proud of oneself or someone else.
- Fake – Unreal; not genuine
- Necessary – Something without which we cannot manage to do something.
- Take pain – Suffer
1. Arrange the sentences in order:
- In fact this was a haunted house.
- Peter and Lee were going home one day.
- None of them had carried an umbrella that day.
- Suddenly it began to rain.
- A ghost used to live there.
- So they ran to a deserted house.
1. Conjunctions – And, but, because, so, if and though.
- Peter is my cousin. Lee is not my cousin.
- Peter failed in the exam. He had worked hard.
- Lee is crying out loud. A scorpion has stung him.
- It was raining. Lee did not come to play.
- Peter plays well. He plays well on warm days.
- Write a paragraph on ‘it pains me to go to a zoo because the animals in the cages are not really happy.’
- I explained ____ Susan that it can take several weeks to get a visa to visit Canada.
- no preposition
- If you’re placing that advertisement in an Indian newspaper, you’d better translate it ____ Hindi or Tamil.
- no preposition
- I need to talk ____ a doctor to get some advice on my health.
- How are you feeling? Have you recovered ____ your malaria fever yet?
- no preposition
- Ben is unemployed. He did look for a job for a while, but then he gave ____.
- Let me get the check. You paid ____ dinner last time.
- You remind me ____ my sister Richelle.
- no preposition
- The book club members got together to talk ____ the book The Otherwise Men.
- Poor Mr. Krishang! He suffers _____ headaches.
- I have been brought ____ by my uncle Keshav Sen.
- Write a diary entry about your spending ten thousand (rupees/dollars, etc) that your parents were planning to celebrate your birthday with for helping the people of a nearby slum. Write how you feel now. Write how you helped the children.
Prepare a debate in 10 – 15 sentences in favor or against the topic – The best of all seasons is Summer. Study the debate and speak in the class. Make sure that your partner and you do not speak on the same.
- Yesterday I ____ (a. was coming / is coming) from my neighbor’s house. I ____ (b. had gone / went) to borrow a book from her. I ____ (c. get / got) late so I ____ (d. walk / walked) very fast. As I ____ (e. was/is) walking like that, an old man ____ (f. overtake / overtook) me. He ____ (g. walk / walked) so fast that I ____ (h. cannot / could not) believe my eyes.
2. D Family – D+V1
- Do you ____ (knows / know) my name?
- I did not ____ (knew / know) that it was your house.
- She ____ (does / do) to know how to write.
- They did not ____ (wanted / want) anything.
- She did not ____ (pass / passed) in the exam.
3. H Family – H+V3
- I have not ____ (say / said) so.
- Have you ____ (complete /completed) your work?