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The Duck’s Solution The Duck said that he had already thought over that problem. He had bought four pairs of worsted socks. These socks fitted his webfeet neatly. To keep out the cold, the Duck had also bought a cloak. Besides, he would also smoke a cigar everyday. A Happy Ending At this Kangaroo happily offered to take the Duck around the world. The Duck sat at the end of the Kangaroo’s tail. They took three rounds of the world and both of them were very happy. 
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34 | Applied English Grammar and Composition GRAMMAR 1. TENSES EXERCISE 1 (Page 115) 1. Simple Past 2. Present Continuous 3. Simple Present 4. Simple Present 5. Simple Future 6. Present Perfect 7. Simple Past 8. Present Perfect Continuous 9. Past Perfect 10. Simple Present EXERCISE 2 (Page 117) 1. ( a ) ( ii ) is ( b ) ( ii ) is ( c ) ( ii ) moves ( d ) ( ii ) has ( e ) ( i ) means ( f ) ( ii ) are 2. ( a ) ( iii ) is preparing ( b ) ( ii ) cooks ( c ) ( iii ) is making ( d ) ( iv ) are sleeping ( e ) ( i ) is reading ( f ) ( ii ) is singing 3. ( a ) ( ii ) is shining ( b ) ( iii ) have been working ( c ) ( i ) start ( d ) ( ii ) have taken ( e ) ( iii ) are doing ( f ) ( iii ) have fed 4. ( a ) ( ii ) are swimming ( b ) ( ii ) are practicing ( c ) ( iii ) have come ( d ) ( i ) are playing ( e ) ( iii ) have completed ( f ) ( ii ) are sitting EXERCISE 3 (Page 123) 1. ( a ) ( i ) was ( b ) ( ii ) wanted ( c ) ( iii ) had made ( d ) ( ii ) hid ( e ) ( i ) caught ( f ) ( i ) was trying 2. ( a ) ( ii ) was going ( b ) ( ii ) saw ( c ) ( ii ) ran ( d ) ( ii ) was crossing ( e ) ( iii ) was injured ( f ) ( iv ) was rushed 3. ( a ) ( ii ) went ( b ) ( i ) found ( c ) ( ii ) enquired ( d ) ( iv ) had gone ( e ) ( i ) waited ( f ) ( ii ) did not come 4. ( a ) ( ii ) went ( b ) ( iv ) had not arrived ( c ) ( iii ) were waiting ( d ) ( iii ) were standing ( e ) ( ii ) were standing ( f ) ( i ) had been waiting 5. ( a ) ( iv ) had rained ( b ) ( ii ) reached ( c ) ( ii ) saw ( d ) ( i ) was ( e ) ( iii ) had opened ( f ) ( ii ) were EXERCISE 4 (Page 126) 1. ( a ) ( iv ) will be held ( b ) ( ii ) will be ( c ) ( ii ) will put ( d ) ( i ) will guide ( e ) ( i ) shall hold ( f ) ( ii ) will be 2. ( a ) ( ii ) will declare ( b ) ( i ) shall be ( c ) ( ii ) shall not be ( d ) ( i ) will go ( e ) ( iii ) will not permit ( f ) ( ii ) will accompany 3. ( a ) ( ii ) will organise ( b ) ( iii ) will last ( c ) ( ii ) will visit ( d ) ( iii ) will go ( e ) ( ii ) will pay ( f ) ( iv ) will prove 4. ( a ) ( ii ) is holding ( b ) ( ii ) is sending ( c ) ( iv ) have been sent ( d ) ( ii ) will participate ( e ) ( iii ) will be given ( f ) ( ii ) will begin CONTEXTUAL EXERCISES EXERCISE 6 (Page 130) 1. ( a ) ( i ) is ( b ) ( ii ) does not know ( c ) ( iii ) have seen ( d ) ( i ) use ( e ) ( i ) do not know ( f ) ( iv ) has grown ( g ) ( ii )are 2. ( a ) ( iv ) has become ( b ) ( i ) is ( c ) ( iv ) has entered ( d ) ( i ) use ( e ) ( iv ) are contested ( f ) ( iii ) have become 3. ( a ) ( i ) is ( b ) ( ii ) are ( c ) ( i ) take ( d ) ( ii ) gets ( e ) ( ii ) wants ( f ) ( ii ) becomes 4. ( a ) ( ii ) paints ( b ) ( i ) is ( c ) ( iii ) lived ( d ) ( iii ) worked ( e ) ( iii ) was murdered ( f ) ( iv ) had united 5. ( a ) ( iv ) has acquired ( b ) ( ii ) fills ( c ) ( ii ) add ( d ) ( i ) is ( e ) ( ii ) blare ( f ) ( i ) impairs
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Solutions | 35 6. ( a ) ( i ) is ( b ) ( ii ) causes ( c ) ( iii ) are razed ( d ) ( i ) tell ( e ) ( ii ) are caused ( f ) ( i ) make 7. ( a ) ( i ) pollute ( b ) ( ii ) is leading ( c ) ( ii ) is increasing ( d ) ( ii ) heats ( e ) ( ii ) are emitted ( f ) ( ii ) are polluting CORRECTING ERRORS EXERCISE 7 (Page 134) 1. ( a ) reach reached ( b ) came come ( c ) introduce introduced ( d ) bringed brought ( e ) serving served ( f ) come came ( g ) dance danced ( h ) were had 2. ( a ) see saw ( b ) striked strike ( c ) came coming ( d ) fall fell ( e ) gathering gathered ( f ) taken took ( g ) surprising surprised ( h ) have had 3. ( a ) falled fell ( b ) bleeded bled ( c ) rushing rushed ( d ) struggle struggled ( e ) breathe breathed ( f ) arriving arrived ( g ) fell felt ( h ) bring brought
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