English Grammar for 2021 HS Examination, Class XII, WBCHSE, West Bengal.

English Grammar for 2021 HS Examination. Very important for your final exam. Prepare and do an attractive result. The more you do practice, the better you do you can score. Snatch your result. Get full marks in your final examination.

উচ্চ মাধ্যমিক পরীক্ষার জন্য ভীষণ গুরুত্বপূর্ণ ইংরেজি গ্রামার। এই গ্রামার গুলি তৈরী করলে অতি অবশ্যই কমন পাওয়া যাবে। তাই গ্রামারে পুরোপুরি নাম্বার পেতে হলে অতি অবশ্যই তৈরী করুন এই গ্রামারগুলি।

hs english grammar for Final Exam

Do as directed:

Who doesn’t know Ramlal ? (Rewrite as an Assertive Sentence)

Ans: Everybody knows Ramlal.

“You have already been answered”, said the hermit to the Tsar. (Turn into Indirect speech)

Ans: The hermit told the Tsar that he had already been answered.

I wanted a pair of blue suede shoes. (Turn into a Complex sentence)

Ans: I wanted a pair of suede shoes which was blue in colour.

The hermit was digging the ground. (Change the Voice)

Ans: The ground was being dug by the hermit.

The man who had entered the compartment broke into my reverie. (Split into two Simple Sentences)

Ans: The man entered into the compartment. He broke into my reverie.

“Then I won’t turn you loose,” said the woman to the boy. (Turn into indirect speech)

Ans: The woman told the boy that then she won’t turn him loose.

I found the window. (Change the voice)

Ans: The window was found by me.

A man, getting into the getting into the compartment, stammered an apology. (Split into two simple sentences)

Ans: A man got into the compartment. He stammered an apology.

This is not a correct approach. (Rewrite as an affirmative sentence)

Ans: This is absolutely an incorrect approach.

She was silent. (Rewrite as a negative sentence)

Ans: She was not vocal.

She did not leave the door shut. (Turn into affirmative sentence)

Ans: She left the door open.

Fill in the blanks with apropriate articles and/or prepositions:

I was prepared…. sit there …. almost any length .. time, just to listen…… her, talking. Her voice had….. sparkle .. .a mountain stream.

Ans: I was prepared to sit there for almost any length of time, just to listen to her talking. Her voice had the sparkle of a mountain stream.

Correct the error in the following sentence by replacing the underlined word with the right one from the options given below:
They seemed very ancient about her comfort.

[Options: anxious/anxiety/anxiously]

Ans: They seemed very anxious about her comfort.

“We’ll soon be at your station,” I said to the girl. (Turn into Indirect Speech)

Ans: I told the girl that we would soon be at your station.

My parents were widely regarded as an ideal couple. (Change the voice)

Ans: People widely regarded regarded as an ideal couple.

I was the most important man. (Rewrite the sentence using the positive degree of ‘important’.)

Ans: No other man was so important as I.

I do not recall the exact number of people she fed everyday. (Turn into an affirmative sentence)

Ans: I have forgotten the exact number of people she fed everyday.

Mine was a very secure childhood. (Rewrite as a negative sentence)

Ans: Mine was not at all an insecure childhood.

The water dripping from his face, the boy looked at her. (Split into two separate sentences)

The water was dripping from his face. The boy looked at her.

Fill in the blanks.

We lived ….. our ancestral house, which was built,……the middle …… the 19th century. It was a fairly large pucca house, made ……. limestone and brick, ……. the Mosque Street …… Rameswaram.

Error Correction:

Few girls can resist flattering.

(Options: flatter/flattery/flatterer)

Ans: Few girls can resist flattery.

“Was I bothering you when I turned that corner ?” asked the woman. (Turn into Indirect Speech)

Ans: The woman asked if she had been bothering him when she had turned that corner.

My father could convey complex spiritual concepts in very simple, down-to
earth Tamil. (Change the voice)

Ans: Complex spiritual concepts could be conveyed by my father in simple, down-to-earth Tamil.

As soon as she left the train, she would forget our brief encounter. (Turn into a negative sentence)

Ans: No sooner had she left the train than she would forget our brief encounter.

I am the most unhappy of men. (Change to positive degree)

Ans: No other man is so unhappy as I (am).

But thy eternal summer shall not fade. (Change to affirmative sentence)

Ans: But thy eternal summer shall remain ever bright.

I wished to kill you. (Use the underlined word as a noun and rewrite)

Ans: I had a wish to kill you.

Fill in the blanks with apropriate articles and/or prepositions:

The Tsar trurned round and saw ….. bearded man come running….. ……… the wood. The man held his hands pressed …….. his stomach and blood was flowing……. ……… them.

Correct the error in the folowing sentence by replacing the underlined word with the right one from the options given below:

His answers filled me with a strange energy and enthusiastic.

[Options: enthuse/enthusiastically/enthusiasm]

Ans: enthusiasm.

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