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Question number: 161

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Rewrite the following sentences after correcting grammatical errors in each: (1 Mark)

I need little sugar for tea

Question number: 162

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Make adjectives from the following words: (1 Marks)

Value

Question number: 163

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Make adjectives from the following words: (1 Marks)

Comfort

Question number: 164

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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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)

Uncle Rakesh has invited us to discuss the issue Friday.

Question number: 165

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Rewrite the following sentences after correcting grammatical errors in each: (1 Mark)

Haven’t you got nobody to help you?

Question number: 166

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Give antonyms of the following words: (1 Mark)

Harmony

Question number: 167

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Use the following idiomatic expressions in sentences in order to bring out their meaning: (2 Marks)

To leave in the lurch

Question number: 168

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Use the following idiomatic expressions in your sentence meaningfully: (2 Mark)

A blue-eyed boy