Join the following pairs of sentences as directed :
a)She saw a snake. She ran away. (use: seeing)
Ans:-Seeing a snake, She ran away.
b)He is honest. He is rich. (Use: as well as )
Ans:- He is rich as well as honest.
c)The sun is a star. Everybody knows that (use: noun clause)
Ans:- Everybody knows that the sun is a star.
d)The man is old. He cannot go out. (Use: illative conjunction )
Ans:- The man is old so he cannot go out.
Split the following into two sentences:
a)Having heard the news, she fainted.
Ans:- She heard the news. She fainted.
b)It was raining heavily, when she reached home.
Ans:- She reached home. It was raining heavily.
c)Ashoka, who was a great king, helped in the spread of Buddhism.
Ans:- Ashoka was a great king. He helped in the spread of Buddhism.
d)Shabnam thought that she would win the first prize.
Ans:- Shabnam would win the first prize. She thought it.
You have read the poem ‘Fable’.On the basis of the poem, write a dialogue with in 100 words between the Mountain and the Squirrel.
Squirrel: Hello, my dear friend Mountain how are you?
Mountain: How dare you to call me your friend? You’re just a little prig.
Squirrel: Why are you insulting me in the way like that? I’ve never done so before.
Mountain: Because your are so small and you don’t have the ability bto cope up with me.
Squirrel: You are doubtless very big and also very e arrogant. But don’t you know all types of things and weather must be taken together to make year?
Mountain: Oh! Please, Don’t come to give me wisdom.
Squirrel: I think it is no disgrace to occupy my place. As I am not largebas you, you are kot small as mine.
Mountain: But how can you say this? You can’t do those works which I do
Squirrel: Yes, but talents differ. You make a very pretty squirrel track and also carry forest on your back. but you can’t crack a nut as mine.
Mountain: Sorry Squirrel, Please forgive me for my impudence. Can we be friends?
Squirrel: It’s ok Let’s be friend.