Friday, 2 April 2021

Important Vocabulary for Class 10 Metric Exam Assam Seba 2021

Important Vocabulary for Class 10 Metric Exam Assam Seba 2021

Important Vocabulary for Class 10 Metric Exam Assam Seba 2021
Important Vocabulary for Class 10 Metric Exam Assam Seba 2021


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

1. H.S.L.C. 2007

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

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

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

3. H.S.L.C. 2009

i) The woman narrated the incident briefly. (shortly/briefly)

ii) His father was an eminent physician. (eminent/imminent)

4. H.S.L.C. 2010

i) Our family deals in dairy products. (diary / dairy)

ii) He became popular because of his amiable nature. (amiable/amicable)

iii) The lady could not thread the needle because of her poor eyesight. (old age/weak health/ poor eyesight)

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

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 school is remote. 

6. H.S.L.C. 2012                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     i) Eligible       illegible

ii) Accept         except

iii) Altar             alter

7.   H.S.L.C. 2013

i. diary             dairy

ii. effect             affect

iii. site                 cite    

8. H.S.L.C. 2014

i. Principle         principal

iv.    site                 cite                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ii. Adopt               adapt

9. H.S.L.C. 2015

i. The Brahmaputra has changed its course. (coarse/course)

ii. Sankardeva was an eminent scholar. (eminent/imminent)  

10. H.S.L.C. 2016

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.

i) Mr. John will come to Guwahatishortly. (recently/ shortly).

ii) Popular criticism has no effect (effect/ affect) on the politicians.

12. H.S.L.C. 2019

i) She narrated the matter briefly. (shortly/briefly)

ii) Please listen to what he says. (listen/hear)

13. H.S.L.C. 2020

i) The tiger is a beast of prey. (pray/prey)

ii) This medicine will relieve you of your pain. (relief/relieve)

14. Additional 

i) Today the weather of Shillong is pleasant. (weather/climate)

ii) Both the parties came to an amicable settlement. (amiable/amicable)

iii) He could not adapt himself to the new environment. (adapt/adopt)

iv) He has easy access to the ministers.  (excess/access)

v) Hundreds of soldiers were wounded in the battle. (wounded/injured)

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. (eminent/imminent)

x) An eminent writer was invited as the chief guest. (eminent/imminent)

xi) Several boats drowned in the river during the storm. (drowned/sank)

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.  (eligible/illegible)

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)



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