Use each of these words in sentences, using word as a noun and as a verb.
  1. mind
  2. order
  3. colour
  4. thought
  5. study
  6. test
The underlined words in these sentences can be used as nouns and verbs. Identify the sentences where they have been used as nouns and as verbs.
  1. What is the reson for your being late ?
  2. I cannot reason with you.
  3. Please call me when you are free.
  4. Sheela received a call from her mother.
  5. The potters fashion beautiful pots out of shapeless clay.
  6. Paris is the seat of fashion.
  7. He will return on Saturday.
  8. His date of return is not decided.
  9. If you put the jigsaw pieces together, you can see the complete picture.
  10. The police will piece the story together after listening to all eyewitness.

Asked by chauhanayush706 | 11th Jan, 2017, 08:00: PM

Expert Answer:

Mind: The mind plays clever games with the heart. (Noun)

                “Mind your head!” shouted Larry as he entered the cave. (Verb)

 

Order: The order to forego Rule No 43 from the Blue Book is here. (Noun)

                The Red Queen ordered the soldiers to find Alice and cut off her head. (Verb)

 

Colour: Which is your favourite colour? (Noun)

                Colour the first section of the circle blue. (Verb)

 

Thought: Rumi’s thoughts on friendship are soul stirring. (Noun)

                I thought she was a doctor before you told me she is a teacher. (Verb)

 

Study: The study conducted by the NGO revealed shocking observations about child labour. (Noun)

                Study regularly to score good marks in exams. (Verb)

 

Test: The doctors have asked him to get some tests done by tomorrow. (Noun)

                The patient tested positive for dengue. (Verb)

 The underlined words in these sentences can be used as nouns and verbs. Identify the sentences where they have been used as nouns and as verbs. 

Nouns:

What is the reason for your being late?

Sheela received a call from her mother.

Paris is the seat of fashion.

His date of return is not decided.

If you put the jigsaw pieces together, you can see the complete picture.

Verbs:

I cannot reason with you.

Please call me when you are free.

The potters fashion beautiful pots out of shapeless clay.

He will return on Saturday.

The police will piece the story together after listening to all eyewitness.

Answered by Snehal Naik | 13th Jan, 2017, 02:59: PM

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