Textual Grammar from “Strong Roots”. (Joining) Very important for HS Final Examination, WBCHSE, West Bengal. Set -1.

Grammar from “Strong Roots” by APJ Abdul Kalam. Here we have provided some important grammar for your final HS exam. Here are some important examples of joining. We have also given here the answers. I hope these will help you a lot. Do practice these grammars regularly and you must score a good result in your final examination. Follow our next sets on grammar.

He had these disadvantages. But he possessed great innate wisdom and true generosity of spirit. (Turn into simple sentence)

Ans: In spite of / Despite these disadvantages, he possessed great innate wisdom and true generosity of spirit.

My mother was Ashiamma. He had an ideal helpmate in her. (simple/ complex]

Ans: Simple: He had an ideal helpmate in my mother, Ashiamma.

Complex: He had an ideal helpmate in my mother whose name was Ashiamma.

She fed many people every day. I do not recall their exact number. (Complex)

Ans: I do not recall the exact number of people whom she fed every day.

My parents were an ideal couple. It was widely regarded. (Simple)

Ans: My parents were widely regarded as an ideal couple.

We lived in our ancestral house. It was built in the middle of the 19th century. (complex)

Ans: We lived in our ancestral house which was built in the middle of the 19th century.

It was a fairly large house. It was made of limestone and brick. (complex/sinmple)

Ans: Complex- It was a fairly large house which was made of limestone and brick.

Simple – The fairly large house was made of limestone and brick.

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My father was austere. He used to avoid all inessential comforts and luxuries. (simple)

Ans: My austere father used to avoid all inessential comforts and luxuries.

I normally ate with my mother. I would sit on the floor of the kitchen. (simple/complex)

Ans: Simple –  I normally ate with my mother sitting on the floor of the kitchen.

Complex – It was normal that I would sit on the floor of the kitchen to eat.

I was born into a middle class Tamil family. It was in the island town of Rameshwaram in the earstwhile Madras state. (Simple)

Ans: I was born into a middle class Tamil family in the island town of Rameshwaram in the earstwhile Madras state.

I was one of many children. I was a short boy with rather undistinguished looks. I was born to tall and handsome parents.

Ans: I was one of many children – a short boy with rather undistinguished looks, born to tall and handsome parents.

However, all necessitirs the were provided for. It was in terms of food, medicine or clothing.

Ans: However, all necessities were provided for in terms of food, medicine or clothing.

He was in his late sixties. This routine remained till then. (Complex)

Ans: This remained his routine even when he was in his late sixties.

This is not a correct approach. This should never be followed. (Compound)

Ans: This is not a correct approach and should never be followed.

She would place a banana leaf before me, she ladled rice and aromatic sambar on it. (Complex)

Ans: She would place a banana leaf before me on which she ladled rice and aromatic sambar.

She reached down. She picked up the boy by his shirt front. (Simple)

Ans: Having reached down she picked up the boy by his shirt front.

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