CBSE Class 10 English Avoidin Repetition

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ACTIVE AND PASSIVE

A. Notice the element of repetition in the following sentences and decide  whether it is acceptable or not. Give reasons in support of your opinion.


1. Democracy is the government of the people, by the people, for the people.

2. "I want to scale Mt. Everest, I want to do scuba diving and I want to fly an 

aeroplane. Actually, I want to do a lot of things before I die."

3. New Delhi has many big, big malls.

4. In  this  article  first  I  have  tried  to  discuss  the  various  causes  of  airpollution. Then I have tried to discuss the various effects of air-pollution 

and finally I have tried to discuss various ways to reduce the amount of 

air-pollution.

5. “I've failed."

“You've failed? I can't believe this!"

6. The incident took place today at around 6 a.m. in the morning.

7. Could you repeat that again, please?

8. I am very, very sorry.

9. I have planned a plan.

10. When I heard that she was staying at the Hotel Park View, I decided to go to 

the Hotel Park View to meet her there.


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