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Syllabus:

Section 1: Collocations, Spellings, Words related to Animals, Household Things, Clothes, Basic Emotions, Food and Animals, etc. Synonyms, Antonyms, Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Adverbs, Adjectives, Contractions, Articles, Prepositions, Conjunctions, Tenses, Punctuations and Jumbled Words, Basic Questions etc., Information Retrieval from Various Text and Image Types like Stories, Anecdotes, Pictures, Time-table Format, Messages, Invitations etc., Spoken and Verbal Expressions like Apology, Greetings, Introduction, Request, etc.

Achievers Section: Higher Order Thinking Questions - Syllabus as per Section 1

Please note that the dictionary which will be used for reference is Oxford Learner's Dictionary. This will be w.r.t. spellings & meanings. In case, if the word is not found in this dictionary, then it is assumed that this word does not exist.

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Q.1

Mark the correct contraction of the quoted word in the sentence:

Akshay: 'Are not' you hungry?
Sonam: Yes, let's go to Dominos.

Q.2

Read the given passage and answer the question:

India is the world’s second largest country with 1.21 billion people. In the year 2000, India has crossed 1 billion population and after another year, the world’s population crossed by six billion threshold. It was predicted that India’s population would exceed the total population of China. By 2030, it is expected that India would have a population of more than 1.53 billion while China’s population would be around 1.46 billion as predicted by demographers. India’s 2011 census showed that the country’s population had grown by 181 million people in the previous decade. Sixty years ago when India got its independence, the country’s population was merely 350 million and since 1947, the population is more than three times. In the year 1950, total India’s fertility rate was approximately six children per woman which is now reduced to one child per family. India is working to control the population since 1952.

The census of 2011 reflect that the population of India had grown by:

Q.3

Fill in the blank using a suitable conjunction:

The milk which we bought from outside for consumption should be kept in the refrigerator ________ it will not get spoiled.



Q.4

Look at the given image and answer the question given below:

In the given image, why is the lady showing the letter 'L'?



Q.5

Fill in the blank using a suitable conjunction:

Would you mind going to the library to take notes ______ you will write on your own?

Q.6

Fill in the blank using an appropriate adjective:

My cold is definitely _________ this morning.

Q.7

Fill in the blanks with suitable articles:

She is _______ vegetarian. You won’t get ________ meat at her house.



Q.8

Fill in the blank with correct past simple tense:

He ______ fourteen novels, but none of them ______ a prize.

Q.9

Read the given sentence and identify the expression:

Hurrah! She's here at last!

Q.10

Read the given passage and answer the question:

India is the world’s second largest country with 1.21 billion people. In the year 2000, India has crossed 1 billion population and after another year, the world’s population crossed by six billion threshold. It was predicted that India’s population would exceed the total population of China. By 2030, it is expected that India would have a population of more than 1.53 billion while China’s population would be around 1.46 billion as predicted by demographers. India’s 2011 census showed that the country’s population had grown by 181 million people in the previous decade. Sixty years ago when India got its independence, the country’s population was merely 350 million and since 1947, the population is more than three times. In the year 1950, total India’s fertility rate was approximately six children per woman which is now reduced to one child per family. India is working to control the population since 1952.

The population of India since its independence has:



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