Wednesday 15 April 2020

Vocabulary | Class 10 | Question Bank 2020 | HSLC | SEBA | ASSAM

Vocabulary | Class 10 | Question Bank 2020 | HSLC | SEBA | ASSAM
Vocabulary | Class 10 | Question Bank 2020 | HSLC | SEBA | ASSAM


Choose the correct alternative from the choices given in the bracket and fill in the blanks: 

1. H.S.L.C. 2007 | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 

i) My advice had little effect on the boy. (affect/effect)

ii) He was loved by all for his amiable nature. (amiable/amicable)

2. H.S.L.C. 2008 | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 

i) His handwriting is illegible. (eligible/illegible)

ii) Nobody likes your childish behavior. (childlike/childish)

3. H.S.L.C. 2009 | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 

i) The woman narrated the incident briefly. (shortly/briefly)
ii) His father was an eminent physician. (eminent/imminent)

4. H.S.L.C. 2010 | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 

i) Our family deals in dairy products. (diary / dairy)
ii) He became popular because of his amiable nature.
iii) The lady could not thread the needle because of her poor eye
sight. (old age/weak health/ poor eye sight)
iv) She does not read newspapers as she can’t read. (watches T.V/
can’t read/has no time)

5. H.S.L.C. 2011 | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 

Frame sentences using any one pair of the following to show their difference in meaning:

a) Lose: I have lost my pen.
Loose: This shirt is loose for me.
b) Rise: He rose late this morning.
Raise: I am raising rupees ten from each member.
c) Sight: The sight of the hill is pleasant.
Site: The site of the school is remote.

6. H.S.L.C. 2012 | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 

i) Eligible illegible
ii) Accept except
iii) Altar alter

7. H.S.L.C. 2013 | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 
i. diary dairy
ii. effect affect
iii. site cite

8. H.S.L.C. 2014 | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 

i. Principle principal
iv. site cite
ii. Adopt adapt

9. H.S.L.C. 2015 | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 

i. The Brahmaputra has changed its course. (coarse/course)
ii. Sankardeva was an eminent scholar. (eminent/imminent)

10. H.S.L.C. 2016 | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 

i) My warning had no effect on the boy. (affect/effect)
ii) He refused to accept the money. (denied/refused)

11. H.S.L.C. 2018 | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 

i) Mr. John will come to Guwahati shortly. (recently/ shortly).
ii) Popular criticism has no effect (effect/ affect) on the politicians.

12. H.S.L.C. 2019 | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 

i) She narrated the matter briefly. (shortly/briefly)
ii) Please listen to what he says. (listen/hear)

13. H.S.L.C. 2020 | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 

i) The tiger is a beast of prey. (pray/prey)
ii) This medicine will relieve you of your pain. (relief/relieve)

14. Additional | CLASS 10 | SEBA | 

i) Today the weather of Shillong is pleasant. (weather/climate)
ii) Both the parties came to an amicable settlement.
iii) He could not adapt himself to the new environment.
iv) He has easy access to the ministers. (excess/access)
v) Hundreds of soldiers were wounded in the battle.
vi) The sale in my shop is not good today. (sell/sale)
vii) He speaks good English. (says/speaks)
viii) It is not proper to look through an open window. (see/look)
ix) The old man knew that his death was imminent.
x) An eminent writer was invited as the chief guest.
xi) Several boats drowned in the river during the storm.
xii) I wish I had taken your advice. (hope/wish)
xiii) He will leave for England shortly. (shortly/recently)
xiv) He returned from England recently. (shortly/recently)
xv) August 15 is a historic day for the Indians. (historic/historical)
xvi) He will lose marks for his illegible handwriting.
xvii) You are not eligible for the post. (eligible/illegible)
xviii) A man of principle is respected by all. (principal/principle)
xix) He is the principal of our school. (principal/principle)
xx) We always seek his advice. (advice/advise)
xxi) You advise them the right path. (advice/advise)
xxii) Columbus discovered America. (invented/discovered)
xxiii) Marconi invented wireless. (Invented/discovered)