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Question number: 137

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Write the past participle forms of the following verbs: (1 Mark)

Swing

Question number: 138

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Make adjectives from the following words: (1 Mark)

Glue

Question number: 139

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Complete the following sentences by filling in appropriate words in the blanks (only one word in each blank): (1 Mark)

Monica wondered ________ there was in store for her.

Question number: 140

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Make adjectives from the following words: (1 Mark)

Nation

Question number: 141

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Complete the following sentences by filling in appropriate words in the blanks (only one word in each blank): (1 Mark)

We may sit and discuss the issue ________ the table.

Question number: 142

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Write the negative forms of the following: (1 Mark)

Mature

Question number: 143

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Make sentences, using following words in such a way that the meaning of each word is clear in the context: (2 Mark)

Access, Axis

Question number: 144

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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Rewrite the following sentences as directed: (2 Marks)

She is writing a letter. (Change to passive voice)

Question number: 145

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Rewrite the following sentences after correcting them. Make only the minimum possible correction in each case without changing the meaning of the sentence. Where there are no corrections, rewrite the sentence (s) as it is/as they are: (1 Mark)

The manager will now try to make his executives to wind up their business within half an hour now