CBSE Class 9 PSA Language Conventions MCQs (2)

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CBSE Class 9 PSA Language Conventions MCQs (2)

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Language Conventions

Correct Usage of Grammar

Choose the most appropriate options among the following and rectify the underlined mistakes

1 If he would have revised his first draft, he would have received a better grade.

A. would have revised

B. had revised

C. could of revised

D. had of revised

E. would revise

Ans:B

2 It is possible for a student to do well in class all semester and then you fail because of a poor

performance on the final examination.

(A) then you fail

(B) then one fails

(C) then you get a failing grade

(D) later he fails

(E) then to fail

Ans:E

1 The official exhibited a heedless attitude when dealing with the dignitaries.

Heedless means

A. Thoughtless

B. Pleasant

C. Friendly

D. Bitter

Ans: A

2. The child apprized her father's authority and behaved herself in church.

Apprized means

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