Key to English Basics

Key to English Basics

Page-13

[c]

  1. a basket
  2. water
  3. a river
  4. a projector
  5. a machine
  6. a mobile
  7. television
  8. a bird
  9. an elephant
  10. a charger
  11. a train
  12. a journey
  13. a holiday
  14. an actor
  15. weather
  16. a poem
  17. an instrument
  18. a flower
  19. an envelope
  20. furniture

[D]   

  1. a boy
  2. a girl
  3. a man
  4. a woman
  5. a toy
  6. a dog
  7. a cat
  8. a car
  9. a chair
  10. a ball
  11. a cap
  12. a tree
  13. grass
  14. an ocean
  15. a key

Page-14

[C]

  1. books
  2. apples
  3. keys
  4. muffins
  5. pencils
  6. phones
  7. mugs
  8. knives
  9. teeth
  10. beaches
  11. games
  12. dresses
  13. shoes
  14. notes
  15. oranges
  16. ants
  17. workers
  18. boys

Page-15

[D]

  1. The keys are on the table.
  2. Suman ate sandwiches.
  3. Nita has children.
  4. The shelves are empty.
  5. The little boys are hungry.
  6. Those men are poor.
  7. She wrote poems.
  8. Where are our suitcases?

Page-17

[C]

  1. your
  2. she
  3. Who
  4. this
  5. his
  6. yourself
  7. They
  8. I
  9. her

[D]

  1. my
  2. mine
  3. This
  4. your
  5. They
  6. She
  7. myself
  8. ours
  9. himself

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[B]

  1. beautiful
  2. small
  3. brilliant
  4. Indian
  5. interesting
  6. old
  7. tasty
  8. salted
  9. historical
  10. honest

[C]

  1. a thick book
  2. a tiny creature
  3. a smiling face
  4. a fat boy
  5. a bald man
  6. a big bungalow
  7. a sad girl
  8. a short lady
  9. a round table                                                                                                    

[D]

  1. an empty cup
  2. a blue pen
  3. a beautiful painting
  4. a starry night
  5. a sporty car
  6. tasty food
  7. a fast train
  8. a wide road
  9. a wild plant

Page-20

[B]              

  1. skipping
  2. cooking
  3. running
  4. exercising
  5. drinking
  6. eating
  7. sleeping
  8. playing
  9. washing
  10. writing
  11. painting
  12. singing

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[C]

  1. making
  2. paying
  3. reading
  4. buying
  5. kicking
  6. watching
  7. studying
  8. listening
  9. driving

[D]

  1. standing
  2. speaking
  3. switching
  4. growing
  5. adding
  6. learning
  7. walking
  8. waiting
  9. changing

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[C]    

  1. impatiently
  2. melodiously
  3. hurriedly
  4. kindly
  5. neatly
  6. immediately
  7. regularly
  8. attentively
  9. loudly

Page-23

[D]

  1. Fluently/fast/effectively/well
  2. Gracefully/happily/intently/badly/elegantly
  3. Quickly/roughly/recklessly/fast/slowly
  4. Sadly/reluctantly/furiously/quickly
  5. Powerfully/quickly/perfectly/furiously
  6. Politely/quietly/openly/quickly/jokingly
  7. Daily/happily/punctually/always
  8. Properly/seriously/terribly/thoroughly

Page-25

[D]

  1. are
  2. as
  3. are
  4. is
  5. are
  6. am
  7. is
  8. are
  9. are

Page-27

[D]

  1. was
  2. were
  3. were
  4. was
  5. were
  6. was
  7. were
  8. was
  9. were

[E]

  1. ... was he here?
  2. ... were they late?
  3. ... was he at 10?
  4. ... was on the desk?
  5. ... was a doctor?
  6. ... bag was it?

Page-29

[E]

  1. e
  2. h
  3. d
  4. a
  5. f
  6. b
  7. i
  8. g
  9. c

Page-31

[C]

  1. There, it
  2. There
  3. There, it
  4. There
  5. There, it
  6. There, it
  7. There, it
  8. There, it
  9. There
  10. There, it
  11. There
  12. there
  13. It
  14. There
  15. It
  16. There
  17. It
  18. It
  19. There
  20. It
  21. It
  22. It
  23. It
  24. There

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[E]    

This is a picture of a small classroom.

There is a large bookshelf with many books.

There is a photo of Mahatma Gandhi on the wall.      

There is a blackboard on the wall with a mathematical formula written on it.

There is a loudspeaker on a stand attached to the wall.

There is a table with a book on it.

There are two desks and chairs.

There are books on the desks.

There is a flower vase on the floor in the right hand corner.

There is a small window in the right wall.

There is a large window in the left wall.

There is a ceiling fan on the ceiling.

It is a neat-looking room.

Page-33

[C]

  1. at
  2. of
  3. on
  4. with
  5. in
  6. about
  7. between
  8. by
  9. within

[D]

  1. at
  2. at
  3. after
  4. behind
  5. with
  6. to
  7. inside
  8. of
  9. near

Page-35

[C]

  1. but
  2. and
  3. but
  4. and
  5. or
  6. or
  7. but
  8. or
  9. and

Page-36

[D]

  1. He loves to play chess but he’s not very good at it.
  2. Pay up now or return the goods.
  3. He had promised to come but he never showed up.
  4. They had a fight last night and they’re no longer friends now.
  5. Hands up or I’ll shoot.
  6. He is rich but he doesn’t help anyone.
  7. You can travel by bus or by train.
  8. She’s committed a crime and now is in jail.
  9. She tried to carry the bag but it was too heavy.

Page-37

[C]

  1. is cooking
  2. is boiling
  3. am eating
  4. are studying
  5. am reading
  6. is making
  7. are going
  8. are running
  9. is teaching

Page-38

[D]

  1. Archana is running.
  2. Mita is sleeping.
  3. Vishwa is reading.
  4. Raju is riding.
  5. Jaya is cooking.
  6. Tejas is skipping.
  7. Nishit is writing.
  8. Dhruvi is dancing.
  9. Parth is eating.

[E]

  1. meeting
  2. swimming
  3. earning
  4. sitting
  5. watching
  6. betting
  7. crying
  8. smiling
  9. playing

Page-39

[C]

  1. Gaurav was playing cricket.
  2. Jalpa was cooking when I reached her home.
  3. The teacher scolded Matt because he wan’t paying attention.
  4. Geeta was dancing at the party.
  5. I was sleeping when you called me.
  6. Krutika was hiding a book.
  7. Was Hemant playing football in the evening?
  8. Were you talking to your brother?
  9. Was Leena knitting a sweater?

Page-40

[D]

  1. was running
  2. was sleeping
  3. were cooking
  4. were, crying
  5. was having
  6. was playing
  7. was working
  8. were fighting
  9. was making
  10. was reading
  11. was cutting
  12. was sleeping
  13. was lying
  14. was teaching
  15. was singing

Page-41

[E]

  1. I was going to school.
  2. I was studying.
  3. I was going home.
  4. I was eating lunch.
  5. I was resting.
  6. I was playing cricket.
  7. I was watching TV.
  8. I was talking with my friends on mobile.
  9. I was sleeping.

Page-43

[C]

  1. I will be cooking when you come home.
  2. We will be sailing in an hour.
  3. Rahul will be sleeping at 1 in the afternoon.
  4. What will you be doing at 5 in the evening?
  5. The exam will be going on on Monday morning.
  6. I will be leaving at nine tomorrow morning.
  7. Vaani will be swimming between 5 and 6.
  8. Kalpana will be playing when you reach her home.
  9. Will you be attending the conference at that time?

[D]

  1. will be studying
  2. will be reaching
  3. will be shopping
  4. will be cooking
  5. will be working
  6. will be flying
  7. will be driving
  8. will, be doing
  9. will be travelling

Page-44

[E]

  1. I will be going to school.
  2. I will be studying in school.
  3. I will be returning home from school.
  4. I will be eating lunch.
  5. I will be playing.
  6. I will be doing my homework.
  7. I will be watching TV.
  8. I will be sleeping.

Page-45

[C]

  1. swims
  2. loves
  3. make
  4. designs
  5. treats
  6. bats
  7. speaks
  8. earns
  9. rises

Page-46

[D]

  1. doesn’t like
  2. don’t play
  3. doesn’t go
  4. doesn’t spend
  5. doesn’t want
  6. don’t want
  7. doesn’t play
  8. doesn’t speak
  9. doesn’t have

Page-47

[B]

  1. e
  2. h
  3. f
  4. g
  5. i
  6. b
  7. d
  8. c
  9. a

Page-48

[C]

  1. ... he will pass.
  2. ... he will win the race.
  3. ... you pinch it.
  4. ... you have time, please.
  5. ... he will start a business.
  6. ... I will attend her party.
  7. ... it evaporates.
  8. ... he will have to pay for it.
  9. ... the teacher will punish you.

Page-50

[C]

  1. I watched a movie yesterday.
  2. Rabia didn’t visit me this morning.
  3. Shahjahan built the Taj Mahal between 1631 and 1648.
  4. He found a bag full of money last night.
  5. Kavita didn’t help her brother.
  6. Sachin scored a century in his first match.
  7. My mother didn’t buy any fruit last week.
  8. I ate samosas for breakfast this morning.
  9. She didn’t understand anything I said.

[D]

  1. bought
  2. didn’t have
  3. didn’t sing
  4. didn’t attend
  5. went
  6. liked
  7. refused
  8. didn’t tell
  9. injured

Page-51

[E]

  1. He didn’t buy mangoes yesterday.
  2. Payal didn’t clean her room.
  3. Arun paid attention in class.
  4. Rahul didn’t lose the game.
  5. They came to the party.
  6. Esha and Jaya didn’t lie to their mother.
  7. I brought it.
  8. She didn’t tell me a story.
  9. They didn’t fly kites.

Page-52

[B]

  1. When do you get up?
  2. What time does Manya go to school every morning?
  3. How many pairs of shoes does Wasim have?
  4. How often does Dev visit his parents?
  5. What does she know?
  6. Why does Priti drive fast?
  7. Who always comes late?
  8. What does she make?
  9. Where does he usually meet his brother?

Page-53

[D]

  1. What did you eat yesterday?
  2. When did she reach her office?
  3. Whom did Rihan meet at the wedding last week?
  4. How many friends did Karen make yesterday?
  5. How often did Jatin come to meet you when you were in Surat?
  6. Who called you yesterday?
  7. Where were you when I called you?
  8. At what time did Natasha leave for home yesterday?
  9. Why did you miss the bus?

Page-56

[C]

  1. She may be at school.
  2. Rajan may be busy.
  3. They may be late.
  4. Nita may need more money.
  5. I may buy a car.
  6. It may rain.
  7. India may win the match.
  8. Mrunal may miss her train.
  9. Chirag may not attend the wedding.

Page-57

[D]

  1. May I come in, sir?
  2. May I use your laptop, please?
  3. May I switch on the fan. please?
  4. May I use the phone. please?
  5. May I go out, sir?
  6. May I drink water?
  7. May I leave the office early?
  8. May I take this seat?
  9. May I interrupt you, please?

Page-59

[B]

  1. I can ride a horse. / I cannot ride a horse.
  2. I can swim. / I cannot swim.
  3. I can dance. / I cannot dance.
  4. I can draw. / I cannot draw.
  5. I can make sculptures. / I cannot make sculptures.
  6. I can ride a bike. / I cannot ride a bike.
  7. I can sew clothes. / I cannot sew clothes.
  8. I can bowl. / I cannot bowl.
  9. I can cook. / I cannot cook.

[C]

  1. cannot
  2. cannot
  3. can
  4. cannot
  5. can
  6. cannot
  7. cannot
  8. can
  9. can

Page-60

[B]

  1. f
  2. i
  3. h
  4. a
  5. g
  6. e
  7. c
  8. b
  9. d

Page-61

[C]

  1. you should consult a doctor.
  2. you should wear a raincoat.
  3. you should open the windows.
  4. you should call a plumber.
  5. you should take a rest.
  6. you should eat.
  7. you should drink.
  8. you should study hard.
  9. you should take medicines.

Page-62

[B]

  1. Be careful, there is water on the floor. Don’t slip.
  2. Work hard. Do your best.
  3. Take care of your health. Eat fresh food. Don’t eat junk food. Exercise regularly.
  4. Do your best, you will pass with flying colours. Do your homework regularly. Consult your teacher in case you have any doubt.
  5. Don’t cry, please. Calm down. Don’t worry, everything will be all right.
  6. Don’t drive fast, it’s dangerous. Please slow down now. Don’t overspeed. Don’t cross the speed limit.
  7. Get well soon. Take healthy food. Rest well. Avoid oily and spicy food.
  8. Please give me some information about it. Let me know the details, please.
  9. Please, keep the surroundings clean. Don’t litter here. Don’t throw rubbish here and there. Use bins.

Page-64

[B]

  1. a
  2. an
  3. a
  4. an
  5. a
  6. a
  7. an
  8. a
  9. an
  10. a

[C]

  1. a, a
  2. an, the
  3. a, an
  4. the
  5. the
  6. an, -
  7. the
  8. -, an
  9. An, a, the
  10.  -, -, -
  11. -, a
  12. a, an
  13. a, The
  14. -, -
  15. -, -
  16. the
  17. an, a
  18. the
  19. -, the
  20. the
  21. The

Page-67

[C]

  1. for
  2. since
  3. for
  4. since
  5. since
  6. for
  7. for
  8. since
  9. since

Page-68

[B]

  1. Would you tell me how to get to the nearest hospital, please?
  2. Would you help me move the furniture, please?
  3. Would you give me a lift, please?
  4. Would you turn off the fan, please?
  5. Would you make me breakfast, please mom?
  6. Would you please teach me this topic again?
  7. Would you carry my bag, please?
  8. Would you give me some time off, please?
  9. Would you buy me a new mobile, please?

Page-69

[D]

  1. she would start her own business.
  2. he would return home late in the evening.
  3. she would go to a party after the class.
  4. he would take two hours to finish that task.

Page-71

[C]

  1. e
  2. h
  3. i
  4. a
  5. g
  6. f
  7. b
  8. d
  9. c

[D]

  1. g
  2. a
  3. i
  4. e
  5. h
  6. f
  7. c
  8. b
  9. d

Page-72

[E]

  1. his sister broke his ruler.
  2. she was sick.
  3. I didn’t come on time.
  4. they missed the bus.
  5. we are busy.
  6. he attended school.
  7. I didn’t scold her.
  8. he helped me.
  9. I haven’t met her.

Page-73

[A]

set-1

  1. c
  2. a
  3. d
  4. e
  5. b

set-2

  1. d
  2. e
  3. b
  4. a
  5. c

set-3

  1. d
  2. a
  3. e
  4. c
  5. b

set-4

  1. d
  2. a
  3. b
  4. e
  5. c

set-5

  1. e
  2. c
  3. a
  4. d
  5. b

set-6

  1. c
  2. d
  3. a
  4. e
  5. b

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set-7

  1. b
  2. e
  3. d
  4. a
  5. c

set-8

  1. c
  2. e
  3. d
  4. b
  5. a
     

[B]

  • I ride a horse on my uncle’s farm.
  • She will invite her friend to her wedding.
  • Will you post this letter please?
  • You are ill so you should take care.
  • Don’t spend too much money.
  • It’s exciting to climb a mountain.
  • In a birthday party guests usually burst balloons.
  • I will take a chance and buy that share.
  • You must trim the hedge.
  • After sweeping the floor, roll the carpet.
  • Don’t skip meals, it’s not healthy.
  • I try to save time by planning my work.
  • Teacher has asked me to recite a poem in class.
  • During a festival shops usually cut prices.
  • The politician stood up to address a crowd of supporters.
  • I am to attend a meeting tomorrow.
  • Please knead some dough and roll rotis.
  • On which side do you drive a car in Europe?
  • We are sure she will pose a question at the meeting.

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