English Grammar Practice Set for HBSE 10th, 12th Exams

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Links for Practice Papers –

12th Class English Model Test Paper

10th Class English Sample Paper

Haryana Board 10th/12th Grammar Practice Set –

Q. 1 Change the narration of the following sentences –

(a) Rudra said to Kinjal,” How old are you ?”

(b) She said,” OK, I shall do it.”

(c) The teacher said,” How stupid you are !”

Q. 2. Change the voice of the following sentences –

(a) They asked me to go.

(b) Country must be protected.

(c) Who can solve this sum ?

Q. 3. Fill in the blanks with suitable modals –

(a) Students ……………obey their teachers.

(b) Anybody ……………dance.

(c) We ………..play hockey when we were in the college.

Q. 4. Fill in the blanks with articles –

(a) Give me ………….few books you have.

(b) He is …………one-eyed person.

(c) ………….milk in the jug is sour.

Q. 5. Connect the following sentences using clauses –

(a) He is stupid. He is innocent.

(b) This is a book. I like it most.

(c) Why did he tell a lie ? I don’t know this.

Q. 6. Fill the appropriate form of verb –

(a) If she ………….( write ) this question, she would get extra marks.

(b) If you ………….( help ) me, I would have been obliged.

(c) If they …………( come ), we shall not welcome them.

English Paper Solution –

1. (a) Rudra asked Kinjal how old she was.

(b) She said that she would do that.

(c) The teacher exclaimed with wonder that you were very stupid.

2. (a) I was asked to go.

(b) One must protect one’s country.

(c) By whom can this sum be solved ?

3. (a) Should (b) Can (c) Would

4. (a) the (b) a (c) the

5 (a) Although he is stupid, he is innocent.

(b) This is the book I like most.

(c) I don’t know why he told a lie.

6.(a) wrote (b) had helped (c) come

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