CBSE Class 9 English Tense Unseen Passage

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In the passage given below, one word has been omitted in each line. Write the missing Word along. With the word that comes before and the word that comes before and the word that comes after it. Ensure that the word that forms your answer is underlined.

(a) Pollution not a new Problem, in the

(b) middle ages most towns dirty, water

(c) supplies foul and diseases spread quickly. Much has been done to improve sanitation and public health. But since

(d) Industrial Revolution disposal of waste become more complicated. As factories produce new

(e) goods old ones thrown out with the

(g) sight to watch. Getting rid of plastics particularly Difficult. Plastics never decay,

(h) the more we throw, the more litter produces. So scientists are trying to make plastics which can be easily broken.

Ans. Pollution not a new problem. in the (a) Pollution is not

middle ages most towns dirty, water (b) towns were dirty

supplies foul and diseases spread (c) supplies was foul

quickly. Much has been done to improve

sanitation and public health. But since

Industrial Revolution disposal of waste become (d) waste has become

more complicated. As factories produce new

goods old ones thrown out with the (e) ones are thrown

rubbish. These rubbish heaps an unpleasant (f) heaps are an

sight to watch. Getting rid of plastics particularly (g) plastics is particularly

difficult. Plastics never decay,

the more we throw, the more litter produced. (h) litter is produced

So scientists are trying to make plastics which can be easily broken.

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