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1 1 STD -II Question Bank English II II SEMESTER L- 11 Punctuation 1. Put the appropriate punctuation mark at the end of each of the following sentence: Veena will now sing the national anthem 2. Put the appropriate punctuation mark at the end of each of the following sentence: How well she sings 3. Put the appropriate punctuation mark at the end of each of the following sentence: Does she go to learn singing from MrsGayatri 4. Put the appropriate punctuation mark at the end of each of the following sentence: Wow, how beautiful the stage looks today 5. Put the appropriate punctuation mark at the end of each of the following sentence: Who decorated the stage 6. Put the appropriate punctuation mark at the end of each of the following sentence: Alas there is no electricity 7. Put the appropriate punctuation mark at the end of each of the following sentence: No one can see all the pictures that we have put up 8. Put the appropriate punctuation mark at the end of each of the following sentence: Could you talk so someone from the electricity department 9. Put the appropriate punctuation mark at the end of each of the following sentence: Hurray the lights have come back. 10. Put the appropriate punctuation mark at the end of each of the following sentence: Now we can put up the play of everyone to see 11. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction The lion is the king of the forest? 12. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Who is mightier than the lion. 13. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Here is the phone number of my sister! 14. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Wow how neat your hand writing is. 15. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Is the teacher absent today! 16. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Yippee today father is going to get me a little puppy?

2 2 17. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Meena is older than Seema? 18. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Are the two girls sisters. 19. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Where are they going! 20. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Phew how far the market is. 21. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Oh no I ve broken the window pane again? 22. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Your room is very neat! 23. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Do you clean your room everyday. 24. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Where is your grammar book! 25. Each of the sentence given below contains a wrong punctuation mark. Write the correction Wow how tall this building is? L 12 Possession 1. Rewrite the group of words using s : The horn of the goat. 2. Rewrite the group of words using s : The purse belonging to my sister. 3. Rewrite the group of words using s : The car belonging to Mr. Khare. 4. Rewrite the group of words using s : The poems written by Tagore. 5. Rewrite the group of words using s : The dress of my cousin. 6. Rewrite the group of words using s : The school to which my brother goes. 7. Rewrite the group of words using s : The leaf of the tree. 8. Rewrite the group of words using s : The smile of my grandmother. 9. Rewrite the group of words using s : The dress of my aunt. 10. Rewrite the group of words using s : The games of the children. 11. Rewrite the sentence using my, your, his, her, its, our or their : This toy belongs to me. 12. Rewrite the sentence using my, your, his, her, its, our or their : That room belongs to you. 13. Rewrite the sentence using my, your, his, her, its, our or their :

3 That room belongs to you. 14. Rewrite the sentence using my, your, his, her, its, our or their : These crayons belong to her. 15. Rewrite the sentence using my, your, his, her, its, our or their : Those shoes belong to him. 16. Rewrite the sentence using my, your, his, her, its, our or their : Children, these chocolates are for you Rewrite the sentence using my, your, his, her, its, our or their : This collar belongs to the dog. 18. Rewrite the sentence using my, your, his, her, its, our or their : That shop belongs to us. 19. Rewrite the sentence using my, your, his, her, its, our or their : These cycles belong to them. 20. Rewrite the sentence using my, your, his, her, its, our or their : These hens belong to me. 21. Rewrite the sentence using my, your, his, her, its, our or their : That basket belongs to him. 3 Lesson 13 Word Contractions 1. Replace the underlined word with their contraction. Mother has not made lunch today. 2. Replace the underlined word with their contraction. It did not rain yesterday. 3. Replace the underlined word with their contraction. They have not come home yet. 4. Replace the underlined word with their contraction. Amit and Sumitare not brothers. 5. Replace the underlined word with their contraction. This is not the car that I will buy. 6. Replace the underlined word with their contraction. Siadoes not know these people. 7. Replace the underlined word with their contraction. I can not lift this box. It is too heavy. 8. Replace the underlined word with their contraction. We went to their house but they were not there. 9. Replace the underlined word with their contraction. Do not play with sharp objects. 10. Replace the underlined word with their contraction. Ramyahadnot done her homework. 11. Join the words in bold using an apostrophe and rewrite the sentence: This bat belongs to Hriday. 12. Join the words in bold using an apostrophe and rewrite the sentence: These pencils belong to Faiz 13. Join the words in bold using an apostrophe and rewrite the sentence: The petals of the flower are yellow 14. Join the words in bold using an apostrophe and rewrite the sentence: The watch of the lady was stolen. 15. Join the words in bold using an apostrophe and rewrite the sentence: The dress of Nina was beautiful. 16. Join the words in bold using an apostrophe and rewrite the sentence: The leaves of the tree were green.

4 17. Join the words in bold using an apostrophe and rewrite the sentence: The wings of a thebird are big. 18. Join the words in bold using an apostrophe and rewrite the sentence: This book belongs to Manan. 19. Join the words in bold using an apostrophe and rewrite the sentence: The feathers of the peacock are lovely. 20. Join the words in bold using an apostrophe and rewrite the sentence: The clothes of the boy are dirty. 4 Lesson 14 The Six Question Words 1. Fill in the blank with the correct question shall we go for our picnic? 2. Fill in the blank with the correct question is your pet s name? 3. Fill in the blank with the correct question can we watch the movie? 4. Fill in the blank with the correct question do you live? 5. Fill in the blank with the correct question does the school bell ring? 6. Fill in the blank with the correct question were you doing? 7. Fill in the blank with the correct question watered the plants? 8. Fill in the blank with the correct question are you crying? 9. Fill in the blank with the correct question are you feeling today? 10. Fill in the blank with the correct question do birds fly? 11. Fill in the blank with the correct question dropped the milk on the floor? 12. Fill in the blank with the correct question are you shouting so much? Lesson 15 Opposites or Antonyms 1. Give the opposites of: beautiful - 2. Give the opposites of: big 3. Give the opposites of: clean 4. Give the opposites of: cold 5. Give the opposites of: dry 6. Give the opposites of: fat 7. Give the opposites of: good 8. Give the opposites of: hard 9. Give the opposites of: kind 10. Give the opposites of: long 11. Give the opposites of: new 12. Give the opposites of: rich 13. Give the opposites of: happy 14. Give the opposites of: sharp

5 5 Lesson 16 Same Meaning words or synonyms 1. Rewrite each of the sentence using a same meaning word or synonym of the underlined Our Vacations start in April and end in June. 2. Rewrite each of the sentence using a same meaning word or synonym of the underlined The stout dog loves to eat. 3. Rewrite each of the sentence using a same meaning word or synonym of the underlined All the cars halt when the signal turns red. 4. Rewrite each of the sentence using a same meaning word or synonym of the underlined When the teacher begins to talk, all the children keep quiet. 5. Rewrite each of the sentence using a same meaning word or synonym of the underlined All the children who have given their books may go. The other have to stay. 6. Fill in the blank to complete these little synonym poems: Walk, stride, gait If I don t hurry, I will be! 7. Fill in the blank to complete these little synonym poems: Sad, gloomy, glum With no friends, life has no! 8. Fill in the blank to complete these little synonym poems: Happy, delighted, glad What a great time we! 9. Write down the synonyms of the word that we used in these synonym poems. Rain 10. Write down the synonyms of the word that we used in these synonym poems. Small 11. Write down the synonyms of the word that we used in these synonym poems. Walk 12. Write down the synonyms of the word that we used in these synonym poems. Sad

6 13. Write down the synonyms of the word that we used in these synonym poems. Happy Lesson 17 6 Words that Sound the Same 1. Fill in the blank with the correct word from the bracket: I am able to undo this, it is too tight. (knot, not) 2. Fill in the blank with the correct word from the bracket: Jayesh two medals and trophy on sports day. (won, one) 3. Fill in the blank with the correct word from the bracket: The began to bray he was hungry (as, ass) 4. Fill in the blank with the correct word from the bracket: I this slipper would break quickly (new, knew) 5. Fill in the blank with the correct word from the bracket: I am going with my mother to new shoes. (by, buy, bye) 6. Make sentence of your own with the following be 7. Make sentence of your own with the following bee 8. Make sentence of your own with the following sea 9. Make sentence of your own with the following see 10. Make sentence of your own with the following hi 11. Make sentence of your own with the following high 12. Fill in the blank with to, too or two : I gave pencils Jatin. 13. Fill in the blank with to, too or two : It is hot play. 14. Fill in the blank with to, too or two : Are they coming play with us? 15. Fill in the blank with to, too or two : The cats drank up all the milk. 16. Fill in the blank with to, too or two : Give your book to the teacher. Give mine 17. Fill in the blank with to, too or two : Alam went bed early yesterday. 18. Fill in the blank with to, too or two : Ravi is going help his grandfather. 19. Fill in the blank with to, too or two : She was ill walk. 20. Fill in the blank with to, too or two : It is o clock 21. Fill in the blank with to, too or two : I gave chocolates that baby too.

7 7 I. Do as directed: Lesson 18 Leena and Her Family 1. Fill in the blank: My mother and I like to 2. Fill in the blank: My mother is II. Answer the following: 2m 1. How many brother does Leena have? 2. How does grandfather help the family? 3. When does grandmother help? 4. How does baby sister help the family? Lesson 19 Laurie s Friends I. Do as directed: 1. Fill in the blanks: Many little animals like and run about and play. 2. Fill in the blanks: The animals know when Laurie is and when he is. II. Answer the following: (2m) 1. Why does Laurie love to go to his aunt s house? 2. Why does Laurie do in the garden? 3. Why do the animals come near Laurie and play with him? 4. Why are the animals true friends of Laurie? Paragraph Writing I. Write any four sentences about your best friend. (4m) II. Write any four sentences about your pet. (4m)

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