Practice grammar test for CBSE class 10

Complete the following passages.

1. So Tiziano continued ——————- (a). But one thing troubled him —————– (b) – all the pictures he made were black, ——————– (c) with his piece of black charcoal, yet round ——————- (d) him glowed a perfect glory of colour.

a): i) to draw; ii) to drawing; iii) to drawn; iv) to be drawing
b): i) great; ii) greatly; iii) gratefully; iv; grateful
c): i) drawing; ii) drawn; iii) being drawn; iv) drew
d): i) around; ii) about; iii) on; iv) with

2. When you are —————— (a), the most vital thing you want —————— (b) is how far —————— (c) the ground —————- (d)

a): i) fallen; ii) falling; c) fall; d) fell
b): i) knowing; b) known; c) to know; d) to have known
c): i) off; ii) away; iii) out; iv) in
d): i) was; ii) is; iii) has been; iv) had been

3. The shoemaker ——————- (a) for ages suffered from a heart condition and five years ago, it —————– (b) apparent that he would have —————— (c) to sacrifice his business ——————- (d) the auction block and live —————– (e) a pittance thereafter ——————— (f) put himself at the mercy of an unscrupulous employee ——————- (g) would probably ruin him in the end.

a): i) is; ii) was; iii) had; iv) has
b): i) became; ii) has become; iii) was become; iv) becomes
c): i) either; ii) neither; iii) nor; iv) or
d): i) in; ii) at; iii) upon; iv) with
e): i) with; ii) on; iii) at; iv) for
f): i) but; ii) or; iii) and; iv) so
g): i) whom; ii) who; iii) which; iv) he

Answers

1. So Tiziano continued to draw (a). But one thing troubled him greatly (b) – all the pictures he made were black, drawn (c) with his piece of black charcoal, yet round about (d) him glowed a perfect glory of colour.

2. When you are falling (a), the most vital thing you want to know (b) is how far away (c) the ground is (d).

3. The shoemaker had (a) for ages suffered from a heart condition and five years ago, it became (b) apparent that he would have either (c) to sacrifice his business upon (d) the auction block and live on (e) a pittance thereafter or (f) put himself at the mercy of an unscrupulous employee who (g) would probably ruin him in the end.

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