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MP Board Class 12th English Grammar and Phonology Solutions part 1

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In this article, we will share MP Board Class 12th English Grammar and Phonology Important part 1 Solutions. These solutions are solved by subjects experts from the latest MP Board Books.

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12th English Grammar and Phonology

Q.1. Do as directed (any five) (M.P. 2016)

  1. Ajay is a fast runner. He can run 100m ……..12 seconds. (a) into, (b) in , (c) to. (Write correct preposition)
  2. ………. European come to our school yesterday. (a) a, (b) in, (c) the. (Write correct article)
  3. She is never late. (M.P. 2018) (Change into affirmative sentenece)
  4. They decided it. They should go. (Rewrite using second sentence as an infinitive phrase)
  5. He said to me, “you can never get his help.” (Change into indirect speech)
  6. This news surprised me. (Change into passive vouice)

Answer:

  1. (b)
  2. (a)
  3. She is always late.
  4. They decided to go.
  5. He told me that I could never get his help.
  6. I was surprised by the news.

Q.2. Disjoin the following sentences to form two sentences: (M.P. 2019)

  1. If you ring the bell, the servant will come.
  2. You will catch the train, if you hire a taxi.
  3. I shall come and see you, if I have time.
  4. If my father allows me, I will come to the party.
  5. you go to town, will you buy something for me?
  6. if you step on the dog’s tail, it will bite you.
  7. We shall be pleased, if our school wins.
  8. the soldiers will fight bravely, if they understand the orders.
  9. If he buys a motorcycle for Rs. 10,000 and sells it for Rs. 12,000 he’ll make a good profit.

Answers:

  1. Ring the bell. The servant will come.
  2. Hire a taxi. You will catch the train.
  3. I have time. I shall come and see you.
  4. My father allows me. I will come to the party.
  5. You go to town. Will you buy something for me?
  6. Step on the dog’s tail. It will bite you.
  7. Our school wins. We shall be pleased.
  8. The soldiers understand the orders. They will fight bravely.
  9. he buys a motorcycle for 10,000 and sells it for rs. 12,000. He’ll make a good profit.

MP Board 12th English Grammar and Phonology Solutions

Q.3. Fill in the blanks with appropriate non-finites:

  1. She refused………. with me.
  2. They offered ………..after our children when we were away.
  3. Not many people can afford….. a car.
  4. She appeared …… done the deed.
  5. She is difficult……..
  6. He came specially …… me.
  7. I have never known him ………. his temper.
  8. She ws ill. I advised her ….. a doctor.
  9. She decided ….. a nurse.

Answers: (1) to play, (2) to look, (3) to maintain, (4) to have, (5) to understand, (6) to see, (7) to lose, (8) to see, (9) to be.

Q.4. Insert the adverbs given in brackets in their correct places:

  1. He walked. (afterwards, slowly, away)
  2. They stayed. (all day, quietly, there)
  3. I shall meet you. (outside your office, tomorrow, at 2 o’ clock)
  4. Our teacher spoke to us. (in class, this morning, very rudely)
  5. He played. ( at the townhall, last night beautifully, in the concert)
  6. We are going. (for a week, to national, on Saturday)
  7. He gave up his claim (recently, reluctantly, at the meaning
  8. Their son was born. (in the year 2006, at 10:00 a.m., on 7th june)

MP Board 12th English Grammar and Phonology (Answers:)

  1. Afterwards he walked away slowly.
  2. They stayed there quietly all day.
  3. I shall meet you tomorrow outside your office at 2 o’clock.
  4. This morning our teacher spoke to us very rudely in the class..
  5. last night he played beautifully in the concert at the townhall.
  6. We are going to National for a week on Saturday.
  7. Recently he gave up his claim reluctantly at the meeting.
  8. Their son was born at 10:00 a.m. on the 7th June in the year 2006.

MP Board 12th English Grammar and Phonology

Q.5. Fill in the blanks with suitable determiners: 12th English Grammar and Phonology

  1. Rohit came to my house. He asked me hoe _much_ money I had . I told him that had _little_ money which I had saved from my pocket money. he told me that he needed _some_ money to buy a book on current affairs.
  2. There was a knock at my door. When I opened _the_ door. I saw _a_ stranger with _a_ tool bag in his hand. I didn’t allow him to enter _my_ room as I had never seen him earlier.
  3. Amir is _an_ honest man. He never accepts money as bribe. According to him honesty is the best policy.
  4. could you lend me _some_ money ? (some/any) (MP 2011)
  5. _A_ man bought _an_ ox and sold it in _the- open market. But he got only _a little_ money from the sale.

Q.6. Change The following into Passive Form, without mentioning the agent:

  1. The audience loudly cheered the Mayor’s speech.
  2. Somebody cleans the room everyday.
  3. people don’t use this road very often.
  4. they have cancelled the flight because of fog.
  5. They are building a new ring road round the city.
  6. this news surprised me. (M.P. 2011)
  7. People expect better results this time. (M.P. 2014,20)
  8. Mr. Abhishek taught English. (M.P. 2015,19)

Answers:

  1. The Mayor’s speech was cheered by loudly.
  2. The room is cleaned everyday.
  3. This road is not used very often.
  4. The flight has been cancelled because of fog.
  5. A new ring road is being built round the city.
  6. I was surprised by this news.
  7. better results are expected at this time.
  8. English was taught by Mr. Abhishek.

MP Board 12th English Grammar and Phonology Solutions

II. Now form similes by filling the gap with the appropriate words.

  1. He walks fast like a……
  2. Her skin is white like a……
  3. The bed was hard like an …..
  4. The boy is slow like a….
  5. He is strong like an
  6. It is hard like a …
  7. The boy is brave like a ….
  8. The dog is hungry like….
  9. The night-guards are watchful like a …..
  10. The child is playful like a………

Answers: (1) rabbit, (2) snow, (3) armour, (4) snail, (5) ox, (6) rock, (7) lion, (8) wolf, (9) dog, (10) squirrel .

Q.7. Form the similes by filling the gap with appropriate words:

  1. He walks fast like……
  2. Her skin is white like a…..
  3. The bed was hard like an…
  4. It is hard like a….

Answers: (1) leopard, (2) feather, (3) iron sheet, (4) stone.

Q.8. Fill in thee blanks in the following sentences with modal verbs:
  1. I think you should take an umbrella. It….. rain. (future possibility)
  2. You ………pay income tax. (obligation)
  3. You…….leave now. (permission)
  4. Be careful with that gun. It ………be loaded. (possibility)
  5. ……… you speak English well? (ability) (M.P. 2019)
  6. I …. come tomorrow. (future promise)
  7. ……….you please close the door? (request for action)
  8. If you want to catch train you …….. start at once. (desirability)
  9. You …… not talk in the library. (prohibition)
  10. You …….. not to worry about me. (M.P. 2015)
  11. The teacher said to him, ‘You ……. do your homework again’. (absence of obligation)

Answers: (1) may (2) must, (3) can, (4) may, (5) can, (6) will, (7) would/will, (8) should, (9) must, (10) need, (11) need not.

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