Miscellaneous Article Exercise



1 Rajesh is the better of the two for this job.
2 I enjoyed reading the novel you give me.
3 Do you take suger in your tea?No Article
4 I found a hundred rupee note under the tree.
5 He is doing M.A. from the university of kota.
6 He is both a producear and a actor.
7 I have some milk with my lunch.
8 All men knows their duties.
9 The book you want is out of stock.
10 A woman is more sensitive than a man.
11 He was the last man to arrive.
12 Twelve things make a dozen.
13 A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
14 A gentle women came to meet me.
15 These books are not mine.


determiners exercise

    Complete the following sentences using suitable determiners


1. Do you have....invitation card? yes i have..... (any,one)

2. I can write with.....hand. (either)

3. The new job isn't.....different from the old one. (much)

4. He was removed.....the office of the Human Resource. (from)

5. I want to be.....MLA.(an)

5. He complained......me to the police. (against)

7. we get rains......july. (in)

8. The banana is....the table. (on)

9. Give me.....book which you bought yesterday. (the)

10.The city was plunged........darkness due to a sudden power failure. (into)

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Group of A Word's (one word substitution)

One Word Substitution A Word's

GROUP OF WORDS ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION
ABLE TO WALK AFTER BEGIN BEDRIDDEN AMBULATORY
ABSOLUTE RIGHT PREROGATIVE
ACCORDING TO SEQUENCE OF TIME CHRONOLOGICAL
ANGRY AT INJUSTICE INDIGANT
ANIMALS OF A CERTAIN REGION FAUNA
ACCORDING TO CUSTOM CUSTOMARY
ABSENCE OF VARIETY MONOTONY
ABNORMAL GROWTH IN SOME PART OF THE BODY TUMOUR
ABNORMALLY LOW BLOOD PRESSURE HYPOTENSION
ABNORMALLY HEIGH BLOOD PRESSURE HYPERTENSION
AGENT WHO HAS A POWER OF ATTORENY PROCURATOR
AMOUNT OF MONEY PAID TO FREE A PRISONER RANSOM
ABSENCE OF GOVERNMENT IN A COUNTRY ANARCHY
ACCEPT SILENTLY OR WITHOUT PROTEST ACQUIESCS
ACT CARRYING AWAY UNLAWFULLY OR BY FORCE ABDUCTION
ACT OF CARRYING AWAY BY FORCR FOR MONEY KIDNAPPING
ACT OF PROVIDING INFORMATION TO GENERAL PUBLIC PUBLICITY
AGREEABLE TO THE TEST OF MIND PALATABLE
AMAZING OR REMARKABLE EVENT MIRACLE
ARTIFICIAL CENTER FOR HONEY BEES HIVE
ART OF MAP MAKING CARTOGRAPHY
ART OF BEAUTIFUL HANDWRITING CALLIGRAPHY

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Fill in the blanks with appropriate verb

Fill the blanks with appropriate verb



1. As you have deposited the admission fees,you to study in this college.
A- are permitted/B- were permitted/C- have permitted

2. Rajveer some part of his salary every month.
A- Saving/B- Saved/C- Saves

3. Students in this zone.
A- are not allowed/B- is not allowed/C- have not allowed

4. She the documents yet.
A- is not submitted/B- was not submitted/C- has not submitted

5. They in tennis tournament for five years.
A- have been participated/B- have been participating/C- participate

6. A dog me yesterday.
A- chased/B- has chasing/C- were chasing

7. you gone mad ?.
A- has/B- are/C- have

8. Oops! this mobile again.
A- is broken/B- has broken/C- have

9. The train is about to on railway station.
A- arrive/ B- arrived/ C- arrives

10. Pradeep uncle for his kind nature in society.
A- is known/ B- has been known/ C- has known






fill in the blanks with verbs exercise



fill in the blanks with verbs exercise

Click the right verb


1. He......to learn Computer in next summer.
hope
hopes
hoping

2. Manoj...... tired.
looking
look
looks

3. Nobody .....that he is innocent.
believes
believe
believed

4. As I.....my eyes, I.....a strange sight.
opened,saw
open,saw
open,seen

5. The door was already ..... when I got here.
broke
break
broken

6. They -------------------- happy.
seem
seems
seeming

7. Penguins.....different from other birds because they are.....to life in the water.
is,adapted
adapted,adapted
are,adapted

8. When I was young I wanted to ...... a vet.
be
is
am

9. The sparrow ...... away happily after eating the mango..
flies
flew
is flying

10. My Sister ......busy cooking for the guests who are arriving in the evening.
has
was
has been

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answer of this questions:-

1. He......to learn Computer in next summer. Ans= hopes

2. Manoj...... tired. Ans= looks

3. Nobody .....that he is innocent. Ans= believes

4. As I.....my eyes, I.....a strange sight. Ans= opened,saw

5. The door was already ..... when I got here. Ans= Broken

6. They -------------------- happy. Ans= seem

7. Penguins.....different from other birds because they are.....to life in the water. Ans= are,adapted

8. When I was young I wanted to ...... a vet. Ans= be

9. The sparrow ...... away happily after eating the mango. Ans= flew

10. Sister ......busy cooking for the guests who are arriving in the evening. Ans= has been

Fill in the blanks with correct prepositions

    Complete the following sentences using appropriate prepositions in the blank space


1. The cat jumped.....the pond to catch fish. (into)
2. he usually goes to the office.....car. (by)
3. Children.....sixteen need to play. (under/below)
4. Read the instructions given...... (below)
5. They hung a new calender......the fire place. (above)
6. He is too sick to attend.....his duties. (to)
7. students should not lean......your own understanding. (on)
8. Look ! there is a peacock......the tree. (on)
9. The patient is not responding.......the treatment. (to)
10.We missed the metro,so we had to come......foot. (on)

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Convert Noun into Verb

Question Based on Noun Question Based On English

Changing Noun into verb
1. Isolation.
  isolate
  isolating

2. Respect.
  respect
  respective

3. Evolution.
  Evolute
  Evolve

4. Desertion.
  desert
  dessert


5. Resistance.
  resist
  resistive

6. Knowledge.
  know
  known

7. Confusion.
  confuse
  confess

8. Accord.
  accordant
  Accord

9. Response.
  respond
  resonsive

10. Tune.
  Tune
  Tuning


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verbs for beginner


Fill in the blanks with the correct form of verbs given in brackets:- 1. 1. I.....him a few minutes ago. (saw)
2. 2. fortune.....the brave. (favours)
3. We will inform you when he....back. (will come)
4. Perhaps I.....abroad next month. (shall go)
5. She fell while she.....the tree. (was climbing)
6. He....anything since morning. (have not been eating)
7. ......English for two years. (I have been studying)
8. They.....the dinner before he arrived. (had finished)
9. He....it last week. (bought)
10. His Bike.....from outside his house. (was stolen)

Question Based on Prepositions

Question Based on Prepositions Choose the Correct Prepositions

PREPOSITION QUESTION
1. We do not go......school......sundays.
  to,on
  on,at

2. We have been living.....this city....1980.
  since,at
  in,since

3. Don't look.....him like this.
  in
  at

4. Please come.....me... the morning today.
  in,on
  to,in


5. It will be over..... an hour.
  in
  on

6. The work should be finished......next week.
  by
  in

7. The dinner should be over......eight o' clock.
  in
  by/at

8. They have been waiting there....five o' clock.
  for
  since

9. The family will gather......diwali.
  on
  in

10. I was born.....may.
  in
  at


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A, An Article for Beginner's

Question Based On English

1. My Mother is _________ Artist.
  a
  an

2. what _________ idea.
  a
  an

3. This is________ ice cream shop.
  a
  an

4. His brother is ________ Engineer.
  a
  an


5. I have ________Mobile.
  a
  an

6. He is________ Honest Boy.
  a
  an

7. I’m going to eat ________ Mango.
  a
  an

8. I want to buy ________ Pen.
  a
  an

9. He is ________ old woman.
  a
  an

10. I’m reading ________ Book.
  a
  an


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Choose the correct article

Choose correct article

1. I am going to ________ concert tomorrow.   1) a  2)an   

2. My boyfriend is ________ teacher.    1) a  2)an 

3. Her cousins have________ very good job.    1) a  2)an 

4. It was ________ interesting Application.   1) a  2)an 

5. He is ________ honest person.   1) a  2)an 

6. We had ________ really good time yesterday.   1) a  2)an 

7. Bring ________ umbrella.   1) a  2)an 

8. Today  ________ hot day.   1) a  2)an 

9. Karan is ________ good boy.    1) a  2)an 

10. I want to take________ leave.   1) a  2)an  


 ANSWERS:  1)a   2)a  3)a   4)an   5)an   6)a   7)an   8)a   9)a  10)a




Pronoun for beginner

 

Question Based on Pronoun

1. This is my phone and that is yours. (My&Yours)(I)

2. Let us Dance together. (us)(I)

3. The Peacock hurt herself. (Herself)(I)

4. He introduced himself to the Principle. (He&Himself)(I)

5. Mohan is the boy Whose Pencil I have. (I)(I)

6. I Believe that it was he. (I&He)(I)

7. Someone has stolen my book. (my)(I)

8. My problem is the same as yours. (My&Yours)(I)

9. Where are you going, Mr.Mishra?. (You)(I)

10.I have found the watch which I had lost. (I)

Interrogative Pronoun



 


Question Based on Pronoun

1 .....Do you want? What

2 .....are you? Who

3 .....Did he say? What

4 .....did This? Who

5 .....goes there? Who

6 .....Do you Prefer? Which

7 .....have you seen? What

8......gave you the Rose? Who

9......is this umbrella? Whose

10.....Do you see? Whom

idioms & Phrases Page.1

Idioms & Phrases
Meaning
Rank and File
Ordinary People
Out of the wood
Free from difficulties and dangers
Under his thumb
Under his control
To get rid of
Dispose of
To play ducks and drakes
To act foolishly or inconsistently
To take the bull by the horns
To tackle a problem in a bold and direct fashion
Rain cats and dogs
Rain heavily
To move heaven and earth
To make a supreme effort
No avail
Without any result
Make a clean breast of it
Confess – especially when a person has done a wrong thing
The pros and cons
The various aspects of a matter in detail
Out of the question
Impossible
Out of the way
Strange
Show a clean pair of heals
Run away
Sitting on the fence
Hesitate between two decisions
Spread like wild fire
Spread quickly
The gift of the gab
Talent for speaking
Throw out of gear
Disturb the work
Take to one’s heels
Run away
Tooth and nail
With all one’s power
Take a leaf out of one’s book
Imitate one
Read between the lines
Understand the hidden meaning
Smell a rat
Suspect something foul
To make both ends meet
To live within one’s income
Nip in the bud
Destroy in the early stage
Stick to one’s guns
Remain faithful to the cause
To eat humble pie
To apologize humbly and to yield under humiliating circumstances
Put the cart before the horse
Put or do things in the wrong order
To all names
To abuse
On tenterhooks
In a state of suspense and anxiety
Wash one’s dirty linen
Discuss unpleasant in public-private matters before strangers
To bell the cat
To face the risk
Kill two birds with one stone
To achieve two results with one effort
Take one to task
Rebuke
To blow one’s own
To praise one’s own trumpet achievement
Turn a deaf ear
Disregard / ignore what one says
Turn over a new leaf
Change for the better
Make up one’s mind
Decide
Pay off old scores
Take revenge
To cut a sorry figure
To make a poor show
With a high hand
Oppressively
Play second fiddle
Take an unimportant part
Through thick and thin
Under all conditions
Put a spoke in one’s wheel
To upset one’s plans
To burn one’s boats
Go back on a decision
To beat about the bush
Talk irrelevantly
To burn candle at both ends
To waste lavishly
Take one to task
Rebuke
To build castles in the air
Make imaginary schemes
Once in a blue moon
Something that happens very rarely
Piece of cake
Something that is easy to understand or do
Spill the beans
To disclose a secret
Mean business
Being Serious or Dedicated
The best of both worlds
The benefits of widely differing situations, enjoyed at the same time
To be in the doldrums
To be in low spirits
To sit on the fence
To remain neutral
Make a face
To show dislike or disappointment through facial expressions
To pour oil on troubled waters
To make peace
To put in a nutshell
To say in a few words or to make something concise
Open the floodgates
Release something that was previously under control
Out of the blue
Happen unexpectedly
Out on a limb
Do something  risky
Over the Top
Totally excessive and not suitable for the occasion
Pen is mightier than the sword
Words and communication have a greater effect than war
Push one’s luck
Trying to obtain more than what one has
Reap the harvest
Benefit or suffer as a direct result of past actions
Roll up sleeves
To get yourself prepared
See eye to eye
To be in agreement with
Shot in the dark
A complete guess
Sink your teeth into
Do something with a lot of energy and enthusiasm
Take with a grain/pinch of salt
To doubt theaccuracy of information
Skating on thin ice
Do or say something risky
Tight spot
A difficult situation
Strike while the iron is hot
To act at the right time
Take the plunge
Venture into something of one’s interest despite the risks involved
Take a nosedive
Rapid drop or decrease in value
Think the world of
Admire someone very much
Stand in a good stead
To be useful or be of good service to someone
Take a back seat
Choose to be less important in a role
Wave a dead chicken
Do something useless
Whale of a time
Enjoy a lot
Wrap one’s brain around
Concentrate on something to understand
Zero in on something
Focus all attention on one thing
On Account of
Due to
On no account
Not for Any Reason
The Heel of Achilles
A Weak Point
To assume airs
To affect superiority
To stand aloof
To keep to oneself and not mix with others
To lead to the altar
To marry
To Upset the Apple Cart
To disturb the peace
To take up arms
To fight or go to the war
To Grind
To have some selfish objective in view
To break the back of anything
To perform the most difficult part
To backbite a person
To speak disguise about someone
To cause bad blood
To Cause Enmity
To keep the ball rolling
To keep things going
To hit below the belt
To act unfairly in a contest
To bite the dust
To be Defeated in Battle
One's bread and butter
One's means of livelihood
To breadth one's last
To Die
To make bricks without straw
To attempt to do something without proper materials
To kick the bucket
To die
To burn the candle at both ends
To expend energy in two directions at the same time
To Catch one's eye
To attract attention
To take the chair
To preside a meeting
She is no chicken
She is older than she says
To pick and choose
To make a careful selection
To square the circle
To attempt something impossible
To be cock sure
To be perfectly sure or certain
To throw cold water upon anything
To discourage efforts
Off color
Not in the usual form
To commit to memory
To learn by heart
Too many cooks spoil the broth
Where there are more workers than necessary
Up to date
Recent
To step into dead man's shoes
To come into an inheritance
To throw dust in one's eyes
To try to deceive someone or mislead someone
To set the Thames on fire
To do something sensational or remarkable
To jump from a frying pan into fire
To come out of one trouble and get into a worse
To die in harness
To continue at one’s occupation until death
Make hay while the sun shines
Take advantage of all opportunities
To move heaven and earth
To exert all efforts
One swallow does not make a summer
It is unreliable to base one's conclusions on only a single test or incident
Yellow press
Newspapers which publish sensational and unscrupulous stories and exaggerates the news to attract readers.
To balance the books
To make certain that the amount of money spent is not more than the amount of money received.
To cook the books
To modify financial statements
To get the sack
To be dismissed from your job
To be snowed under
To be very busy
To work your fingers to the boneOrTo sweat blood
To work really hard
Not a spark of decency
No Manners
Speak of the devil!
This expression is used when the person you have just been talking about arrives
Whole nine yards
Everything. All of it
Your guess is as good as mine
To have no idea about anything