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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Correct Usage

add clause he showed the plan. the seafood dinnerwas delicious arvind was looking for the book. have you seen the painting? he claimed the prize. no one noticed the little boy. were there any signs? brijesh missed the 8:30 a.m. train. it was past mid night.

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Correct Usage

Combine the pairs of sentences using the sentence connector in the brackets. The fat man lay asleep. Everyone around him ran in panic. (while)

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Correct Usage

Combine the pairs of sentences using the sentence connector in the brackets. You are held hostage. You have a lot of money. (Because)

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Correct Usage

Combine the pairs of sentences using the sentence connector in the brackets. The government does not interfere. The problem may have dire consequences. (until)

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Correct Usage

Combine the pairs of sentences using the sentence connector in the brackets. Mary baked the cookies for the party. Paul decorated the house. (while)

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Correct Usage

Combine the pairs of sentences using the sentence connector in the brackets. You are very good at your work. You are bound to be promoted. (as)

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Correct Usage

Combine the pairs of sentences using the sentence connector in the brackets. Everyone was busy during the festive season. Maya went to watch the movie alone. (so)

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Correct Usage

Combine the two sentences using the conjunction given in brackets. You present a record of your income. Your loan will not be passed. (unless)

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Correct Usage

Combine the two sentences using the conjunction given in brackets. You have not completed the assignment. You will have to appear for an extra test. (Since)

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Correct Usage

Combine the two sentences using the conjunction given in brackets. Rohit took up two jobs. That too was not sufficient to make ends meet. (but)

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