CBSE Class 9 English Writing and Grammar Assignment Set G

CBSE Class 9 English Writing and Grammer (1). Students are advised to refer to the attached assignments and practise 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.

WRITING AND GRAMMAR

Q1. ‘Boarding schools are considered better than day school for the allround

education of a child’. You have to speak in favor of the motion, write

a debate in about 100-120 words.

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Q2. Inspite of all progress that we have made, we still discriminate against

women in India. This is a sad phenomenon. The condition of women in

villages is all the worse. Write a speech in about 120 words on the

discrimination faced by women in the 21st century.

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Q3. You are Saim/Saima a resident of 28-Sewa Apartment, New Delhi-9.

Due to sudden hike of petrol and diesel prices, other commodities have been

hardly hit as their prices are touching the sky. Thus, the family budget has

been disturbed and people are in the streets against the rise. Write a letter to

the Editor of then Times of India, drawing the attention of the government to

take certain steps to control it.

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Q4. Fill in the blanks with the correct tense of the verb by selecting from

the options given in the bracket.

1. The second term of school _____________(begins/is beginning) this year

on 6th November.

2. Look at these black clouds; it _______________ (will/is going to) rain.

3. We are all sure that Rahim _______________ (passes/will pass) the

exam.

4. As Sarah has bought a blouse piece, she ______________ (will make/is

going to make) herself a blouse.

5. Everyday when I get home in the evening, I find that my dog Pluto

______________(sits/will be sitting) at the gate waiting for me.

6. Salim _______________ (will be/am) passing your house, as it is on his

way.

7. Let’s go quickly! The programme _______________ (will/ is going to)

start.

8. This lesson is quite short. I _____________ (will be reading/will have

read) it within half an hour.

9. Unless we ________________ (start/will start), we can’t reach the airport in time.

10. In another ten years, robots will ____________ (be taking/have taken)

over many of the jobs people do today.

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