CBSE Class 9 English - Prepositions

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CBSE Class 9 English - Prepositions

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1.Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions :

1. We are waiting____________our result.

2. Mr.Mathur lives___the river.

3. The lion jumped_______the well.

4. Many people suffered _________malaria.

5.Ruchi sat________the table to take her lunch.

2..Fill in the blanks with suitable pronouns:

1. ___________am sorry if ________have hurt you.

2.The teacher told Mohan__________should obey_________.

3.Neha dreeses_________beautifully for the party.

4.__________school is famous for___________good results.

5.___________should not laugh at_______________.

6.Who are __________dancers?

3. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verbs given in the bracket:

1. This girl__________his work sincerely.(do)

2. My neighbours dog_____________loudly at night.(bark)

3.The Rajdhani express _____________ Agra late in the evening.(reach)

4.When the clock__________ten I _________to bed.(strike,go)

5.We ________our uniform when we_________to school.(wear,go)

4.Join these pairs of sentences, using the word given in the bracket:

1. It was not raining. We did not play football.(though)

2.He gobbled up the food. He did not eat for four days.(for)

3.Fruits and vegetables are in short supply.The truckers have gone on strike.(because)

4.The assembly is over.Go to your class.(after)

5.She continued to dance.The music was playing.(while)

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