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Elementary English (Eng001)

 

 

Assignment No. 2

Fall 2016

Total Marks: 20

Lessons: 7-12

 

Instructions:

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Q1.Choose six adjectives from the word bank below and then write a short paragraph usingthe chosen words. The paragraph should be logical, i.e. it should have an introduction, a background, facts and conclusion. (10 Marks)

 

 

 

Word Bank

daring, exciting, adventurous, thrilling, brave, cautious, timid, dangerous, dark,  mysterious

 

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Q2.A dictionary is used to determine or confirm the meanings of words and phrases, including their denotations and connotations and their classes.

(5*2=10 Marks)

DIRECTIONS:Use the above dictionary page to answerthe given questions. Read each question carefully and answer accordingly. 

1.The main entry words on this dictionary page appear in bold type. The entry words are listed in ABC order on the page. How many main entry words do you count on this page?

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2.On this dictionary page, the syllable breaks in the main entry words are shown with small dots. How many main entry words on this page have two syllables?

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3.Identify and write the main entry word having four syllables.

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4.The entries on this dictionary page tell the part of speech, such as noun, verb, adjective, or adverb, for each definition of the word. Which words on the page can be used as both nouns and verbs?

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5.Related words and word forms appear at the end of many definitions. For example, coughing and coughed are forms of the word cough. What are the word forms for the word counteract?

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