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Monday, August 24, 2015

TWO WORD VERBS EXERCISE


TWO WORD VERBS EXERCISE

1. The politician broke ———————– in the middle of his speech. (up / in / down / off)
2. Could you blow —————– the candle? (off / on / out / up)
3. At last the storm has blown —————- (off / over / out / in)
4. The opposition parties said that they would bring ————– a No-Confidence Motion against the Prime Minister. (up / forward / out / about)
5. The witness said that she could not call ————— the whole events. (up / in / on / at)
6. The labour union leaders have called —————- the strike. (off / on / at / in)
7. The investigating officer tried to call —————- vital information from the accused. (off / forth / up / out)
8. The army foiled the terrorists’ plan to blow ——————— the bridge. (out / off / up / over)
9. He is cut —————- for a career in sales and marketing. (out / off / up / down)
10. If you work hard, you will come ——————- with flying colors in the examination. (out / off / on / after)
Answers
1. The politician broke down in the middle of his speech.
2. Could you blow out the candle?
3. At last the storm has blown over.
4. The opposition parties said that they would bring forward a No-Confidence Motion against the Prime Minister.
5. The witness said that she could not call up the whole events.
6. The labour union leaders have called off the strike.
7. The investigating officer tried to call forth vital information from the accused.
8. The army foiled the terrorists’ plan to blow up the bridge.
9. He is cut out for a career in sales and marketing.
10. If you work hard, you will come off with flying colors in the examination.

CHANGE INTO PASSIVE VOICE


CHANGE INTO PASSIVE VOICE

CHANGE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES INTO THE PASSIVE FORM

1. R.K Narayan wrote this book.
2. I bought a diamond necklace.
3. You know me.
4. They invited him to their party.
5. He closed the doors and windows.
6. Our team expected to win the match.
7. Brutus accused Caesar of ambition.
8. He taught me to read Hindi.
9. One expects better behaviour from an educated person.
10. They were watching the film The Titanic.
11. You must endure what you cannot cure.
12. The curator showed some ancient vessels.
13. The rules forbid passengers from crossing the track.
14. All desire wealth and some acquire it.
15. Abraham Lincoln emancipated four million African slaves.
Answers
1. This book was written by R.K Narayan.
2. A diamond necklace was bought by me.
3. I am known to you.
4. He was invited to their party.
5. The doors and windows were closed by him.
6. The match was expected to be won by our team.
7. Caesar was accused of ambition.
8. I was taught to read Hindi by him.
9. An educated person is expected to behave better.
10. The film The Titanic was being watched by them.
11. What cannot be cured must be endured.
12. Some ancient vessels were shown by the curator.
13. Passengers are forbidden from crossing the track.
14. Wealth is desired by all and acquired by some.
15. Four million African slaves were emancipated by Abraham Lincoln.