March 27, 2015

SSC Public Exams English - Fill in the Blanks Exercises

Here we are giving fill in the blanks exercises for SSC Public Exams / 10th Class final exams in AP and Telangana states. The grammar bits are useful for both Telangana and AP students.

I. Complete each of the following passages choosing Appropriate Words from those given below and write (A), (B), (C) or (D) in
the blanks.

A: Once upon a time, in a very thick forest lived ......(1) animals, snakes and insects. They all lived together happily. They roamed ......(2) the jungle, and played together in the open fields ......(3) any fear. The peacocks were
very proud of their dances ......(4) admired the melodious songs of the cuckoos. The elephants enjoyed ......(5) the fish swimming in the pool.

1. A) much B) more C) many D) most
2. A) in B) about C) around D) across
3. A) by B) from C) with D) without
4. A) but B) and C) so D) though
5. A) watch B) to watch  C) watching D) watched

B: Trees are the ......(1) useful things in the world. Children play ......(2) them. Travellers rest in ......(3) cool shade. Trees give us fruit to eat ......(4) firewood to burn. We build houses and ......(5) furniture with the wood of the trees.

1. A) much B) more C) many D) most
2. A) under B) in C) over D) on
3. A) the B) its C) their D) his
4. A) but B) for C) from D) and
5. A) do B) make C) build D) construct

C: Shivaji was born ......(1) Shivneri on 10th April, 1627 to Jijabai and Shahaji Bhosle. His father Shahaji was a nobleman in the ......(2) court of Bijapur. Shivaji was named ......(3) after Lord Shiva of the Hindu mythology
as his mother was an ardent Hindu devotee. ......(4) childhood, Shivaji was
brave and never annoyed anything. There were many instances in his childhood ......(5) showed he was a born ruler.

1. A) on B) in C) at D) near
2. A) King's B) queen's C) royal D) family
3. A) so B) as C) such D) that
4. A) From B) For C) Then D) Since
5. A) which B) that C) this D) it


I. A: 1-C; 2-B; 3-D; 4-A; 5-C.
B: 1-D; 2-A; 3-C; 4-D; 5-B.
C: 1-B; 2-C; 3-A; 4-D; 5-B.

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