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Complete the following passage by choosing the most appropriate options from the ones given in the brackets.

Class 10 English Grammar Worksheet

All housing projects, dams ……………….. (through / across / under) rivers, power projects and infrastructure will be severely …………………. (affected / effected) if the felling of trees is …………………… (banning / banned / ban). Gradually we will slide back …………………. (in / to / onto) a primitive way of life. Modernity will eventually become a thing of past.

Our metropolitan cities will wear an ………………………. (all together / altogether) different look if stop the felling of trees. They will start resembling village clusters …………………….. (by / with / of) trees surrounding them …………………… (from / on / in) all sides. They will not be as accessible …………………….. (like / as) they are today. This will definitely affect industrialization. If industries can’t flourish there will be a dearth ………………………… (in / of / for) jobs. As a result of this people from the rural areas ……………………….. (will / shall / would) stop migrating to cities in search of jobs and better opportunities. Urban people ………………………. (also / too / as well) will find it difficult to get jobs.

Solution

All housing projects, dams across rivers, power projects and infrastructure will be severely affected if the felling of trees is banned. Gradually we will slide back to a primitive way of life. Modernity will eventually become a thing of past.

Our metropolitan cities will wear an altogether different look if the felling of trees is banned. They will start resembling village clusters with trees surrounding them on all sides. They will not be as accessible as they are today. This will definitely affect industrialization. If industries can’t flourish there will be a dearth of jobs. As a result of this people from the rural areas will stop migrating to cities in search of jobs and better opportunities. Urban people too will find it difficult to get jobs.

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