CBSE Class 9 Language Conventions Passage Based MCQ

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CBSE Class 9 Language Conventions Passage Based MCQ

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Elephants are -----(1)------ in India and in Africa. The –(2)------- elephant differs in some points -----(3)--- the Indian, being larger with a ---(4)--- tusk and bigger ears. In fact the two are considered to be different -----(5)------. In both countries, they live in ---(6)------ in the jungles and are naturally ----(7)--

--- animals that keep away from ----(8)-----. Elephants are good

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----(9)--- for they live –(10)----- on leaves, grass and roots.

1

(a) available

(b) found

(c ) watched

(d) observed

2

(a) African

(b) Korean

(c ) Malaysian

(d) Chinese

3

(a) on

(b) by

(c ) from

(d) with

4

(a)larger (b)wider (c )long (d)longr

5

(a)family

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