CBSE Class 10 English Assignment - Determiners

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CBSE Class 10 English Assignment - Determiners. Students are advised to refer to the attached assignments and practice them regularly. This will help them to identify their weak areas and will help them to score better in examination. Parents should download and give the assignments to their children for practice.

DETERMINERS

Determiners are broadly classified into the following categories:

Determiners

1. Articles

2. Possessive

3. Demonstratives

4. Quantifiers

5. Distributives

6. Interrogatives

1. Articles-There are two types of Articles:

Definite Article-The

Indefinite Articles-A and An

2. Possessives-his, her, my, your, their, its, our.

3. Remonstrative-This, That, These, Those, Such.

4. Quantifiers-Much, more, many, some, several, any, a lot of little, few, a little, any.

5. Distributive-Each, every, either, neither.

6. Interrogatives-Which, whose, what.

Solved Example

1. Fill in the Blanks appropriately.

(a) And that was only……………………Beginning.

(b) Till…………………..lunch break he had scored 40.

(c) I want…………………..tea……………..coffee. Just get me a glass of chilled juice.

Ans. (a) the (b) the (c) Neither, nor

Questions for Practice

1. Fill in the Blanks appropriately.

I have (a) ……………………..urgent work at home. So I can’t go with you. I really want

to come with you but every time I am having (b) ……………………..work or

(c)………………meeting. I hope you will try to understand (d)………………problem

andD believe me. There are many things I want to share with you. There will be

(e)……………..time when (f)…………………..problems will be solved.

2. The following paragraph has not been edited. There is one error in each line.

Write the incorrect word and the correction against the correct blank

numbers. Remember to underline the word that you have supplied.

Error Correction

(a) One evening, during the informal ……………… ………………

(b) game on a ground, Ranji’s friend ……………… ………………

(c) Bhim slipped while running after a ball ……………… ………………

(d) and cut his hand on the sharp stone. ……………… ………………

(e) Ranji took him to doctor near ……………… ………………

(f) the clock tower where a wound ……………… ………………

was washed and bandaged.

(g) he come home limping. ……………… ………………

(h) the cut helled after a week ……………… ………………

3. In the sentences given below, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing word along with the word that comes before it and the word that comes after it against the correct blank numbers. Underline the word that forms your answer. Before Word After

(a) I went to church to admire its architecture ……….……… ….….

(b) Pen is lost. I have been looking for it for two hours ……….……… ….….

(c) I hit him on head ……….……… ….….

(d) I met the students of that class students well behaved ……….……… ….….

(e) You can take of the two books. ……… .……… ….….

He has enough money to buy the gift. So, he left it. ……….………….….

(f) The side of the river is very clean. ……….……… ….….

(g) The ring was stolen has been found. ……….……… ….….

4. Complete the following sentences with one word each.

Example: - She is ………………..tall and beautiful girl.

- She is a tall and beautiful girl.

I saw two movies last night (a)………………..movie had (b)………….. murder plot.

Have you got (c)…………..eggs?

How (d) …………………pencils are there in your pencil box?

While the boys were playing on the roadside, two speedy cars approached. Both

(e)……………………..cars were black.

The poor boy was beaten to death for (f)…………..rupees.

5.Look at the words phrases given below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences.

Example:-age/an/this/mobile/of/phones/is

This is an age of mobile phones.

i) essential/have/mobile/become/now a days/phones

(ii) use/restricted/its/is not/only/communication/to

(iii)has/an instrument/it/become/of photography/information technology/and

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