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Missing Word Class 7 English Worksheet Pdf
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Class 7 English Worksheet for Missing Word
CBSE Class 7 English - Missing Word
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The following passage has not been edited. There is a word missing in each line. Write the missing word along with the word which comes before it and the one that comes after it as shown in the example. The nawab that the minister e.g. nawab insisted that do task and wouldn’t take no ( a) for answer. The minister was (b) in fix and worrying (c) himself sick. Gopal (d) walked.
Look at the sentences below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences.
a. by/the door/whom/opened/was?
d. the/ sit/the/ boys/to/teacher/down/told
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