English Grammar for 2022 HS Examination, Class XII, WBCHSE, West Bengal.

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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 করো এই গ্রামারগুলি।

Do as directed:

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

Ans: Everybody knows Ramlal.

Question: 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 very simple down-to-earth Tamil.

Question: I am the most unhappy of men. (Turn into positive degree)

Ans: No other man is so unhappy as I.

Question: 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.

Question: But thy eternal summer shall not fade. (Turn into an affirmative sentence)

Ans: But thy eternal summer shall continue forever.

Question: I wished to kill you. (Use the noun form of the underlined word)

Ans: I had a wish to kill you.

Question: “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.

Question: A man getting into the compartment stammered an apology. (Split)

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

Question: “We will soon be at your station”, I said to the girl. (Turn into an indirect speech)

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

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

Ans: People widely regarded my parents as an ideal couple.

Question: I was the most important man. (Turn into positive degree)

Ans: No other man was so important as I.

Question: I do not recall the exact number of people she fed every day. (Turn into an affirmative sentence)

Ans: I forget the exact number of people she fed every day.

Question: Keats said, “The poetry of earth is never dead.” (Turn into Indirect Speech)

Ans: Keats said that the poetry of earth is never dead.

Question: Mine was a very secure childhood. (Turn into a negative sentence)

Ans: Mine was not a very insecure childhood.

Question: 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.

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

Ans: The ground was being dug by the hermit.

Question: 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.

Question: I found the window. (Change the voice)

Ans: The window was found by me.

Question: Bring him back. (Change the voice)

Ans: Let him be brought back (by you).

Question: I inherited my land. (Change the voice)

Ans: My land was inherited by me.

Question: 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.

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

Ans: This is absolutely an incorrect approach.

উচ্চ মাধ্যমিক ইংরেজি গ্রামারের প্রাক্টিস সেট ১ – এখানে ক্লিক করো।

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.

The trees seem to be moving while we seem to be standing still. (Change into negative sentence)

Ans: The trees do not seem to be static while we do not seem to be moving.

The Tsar said to him, “How can I learn to do the right thing at the right time?”

Ans: The Tsar asked him how he (the Tsar) could learn to do the right thing at the right time.

“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’.)

“I do not know you, and have nothing to forgive you for.” said the Tsar. (Turn into an indirect speech)

Ans: The Tsar said that he did not know him and had nothing to forgive him for.

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

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.

Error Correction:

“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 a 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.

Then I made a mistake. (Change the voice)

Ans: Then a mistake was made by me.

Question: I answered quite confidently. (Use the noun form of ‘confidently’)

Ans: I answered with quite confidence.

Question: Few girls can resist flattery. (Change the voice)

Ans: Flattery can be resisted by few girls.

Question: The carriage wheels changed their sound and rhythm.

Ans: Their sound and rhythm were changed by the carriage wheels.

Question: My voice startled her. (Change the voice)

Ans: She was startled by my voice.

Question: He rests at ease beneath some pleasant weed. (Use the noun form of the underlined word)

Ans: He takes rest at ease beneath some pleasant weed.

Question: I’m awfully excited. (Use adjective of the underlined word.)

Ans: My excitement is awful.

Question: She laughed pleasantly. (Use the noun form of the underlined word)

Ans: Her laugh was pleasant.

Question: My parents were widely regarded as an ideal couple. (Use the noun form of the underlined word)

Ans: My parents had wide regard as an ideal couple.

Question: Our locality was predominantly Muslim. (Use the verb form of the underlined word)

Ans: The Muslims predominated in our locality.

Question: He could make a dash for it down the hall. (Use the verb form of the underlined word)

Ans: He dashed for it down the hall.

Question: It’s been my continual desire. (Use the verb form of the underlined word)

Ans: I have continuously desired it.

Question: Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? (Use the noun form of the underlined word)

Ans: Shall I make a comparison of thee to a summer’s day?

Question: Few girls can resist flattery. (Use the noun form of the underlined word)

Ans: Few girls can make resistance against flattery.

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

1. When my father came out _______ the mosque after the prayer, people of different religions would be sitting outside, waiting _______ him. Many of them offered bowls of water ______ my father, who would dip his fingertips ______ them and say _______ prayer. The water was then carried home ______ invalids. (এটি 2019 সালের উচ্চ মাধ্যমিক পরীক্ষায় পড়েছিল)

Ans: of, for, to, in, a, for.

2. The Tsar turned round and saw _____ bearded man come running _____ ______ the wood. The man held his hands pressed _____ his stomach, and blood was flowing _______ under them. When he reached the Tsar, he fell fainting ______ the ground moaning feebly. (এটি 2018 সালের উচ্চ মাধ্যমিক পরীক্ষায় পড়েছিল)

Ans: a, out, of, on, from, on.

3. I moved easily _____ the berth and felt _____ the window ledge. The window was open and I faced it making a pretence _____ studying the landscape. I heard the panting _____ the engine and the rumble of the wheels and _____ my mind’s eye, I could see telegraph post flashing ______. (এটি ২০২০ সালের উচ্চ মাধ্যমিক পরীক্ষায় পড়েছিল)

Ans: along, for, of, of, in, by.

4. I normally ate _______ my mother, sitting _______ the floor ______ the kitchen. She would place ______ banana leaf ______ me, _______ which she then laddled rice and aromatic sambar.

Ans: with, on, of, a, before, on.

5. 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.

6. (1) Poetry (2) earth is never dead; When all (3) birds are faint (4) the hot sun and hide (5) cooling trees, (6) voice will run.

Ans: The, of, the, with, in, a.

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.

My mother’s lineage was the more distinguishable.

[Options: distinguishing/distinguish/distinguished]

Ans: distinguished.

I wish I was going to Moossoorie.

[Options: am/were/had been]

Ans: I wish I were going to Moossoorie.

She was standing very close to me, so close that the perfume from her hair was tantalised.

Ans: She was standing very close to me, so close that the perfume from her hair was tantalising.

The couple who saw her off were probable her parents.

Ans: The couple who saw her off were probably her parents.

Lie is a sin.

Ans: Lying is a sin.

Ants are usual formiable creatures.

[Options: usually/unusually/as usual]

Ans: Ants are usually formiable creatures.

I returned on my berth.

Ans: I returned to my berth.

… they were quite a lot of Hindu families too, living amicable with Muslim neighbours.

[Options: amicable/amicablenss/amiably]

Ans: … they were quite a lot of Hindu families too, living amiably with Muslim neighbours.

The hermit listening to the Tsar, but answered nothing.

[Options: listened/listen/listens]

The hermit listened to the Tsar, but answered nothing.

Equally variety were the answers to the second question.

[Options: varieties, very, various]

Ans: Equally various were the answers to the second question.

I had not the faint idea of the meaning of the Arabic prayer chanted.

[Options: fainter/faintly/faintest]

I had not the faintest idea of the meaning of the Arabic prayer chanted.

Only the scent of perfume still linger where the she had stood.

[Options: lingered/lingers/lingering]

Ans: Only the scent of perfume still lingered where the she had stood.

It has grown slowly consumes the earth.

[Options: consumption/consumed/consuming]

Ans: It has grown slowly consumed the earth.

Few girls can resist flattering.

(Options: flatter/flattery/flatterer)

Ans: Few girls can resist flattery.

They seemed very ancient about her comfort.

[Options: anxious/anxiety/anxiously]

Ans: They seemed very anxious about her comfort.

Question: He possessed great inner wisdom and a true generosity of spirit.

[Options: innate/inate/intact]

Ans: He possessed great innate wisdom and a true generosity of spirit.

Question: The poetry of earth is never dying.

(Option: dead/death/dies)

Ans: dead.

Question: He takes the lead in summer luxuriously.

(Option: luxury/luxuriate/luxurious)

Ans: luxury.

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3 thoughts on “English Grammar for 2022 HS Examination, Class XII, WBCHSE, West Bengal.

    1. Hi dear Sahin mia, সব গুরুত্বপূর্ণ গ্রামার পাবে। নিয়মিত ভিজিট করো আমাদের ওয়েবসাইট। সব ধরনের গ্রামার আমরা উত্তর সহ দেবো। আমাদের এই ওয়েবসাইটটি পরিচিতদের মধ্যে শেয়ার করো। Wish you a great success.

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