CBSE Class 7 English Grammar Word Power

CBSE Class 7 English Grammar Word Power

This chapter includes antonyms (opposite), single word for a group of words and the same word used both as Noun and Verb.This chapter includes antonyms (opposite), single word for a group of words and the same word used both as Noun and Verb.

A. Antonyms (Opposite)

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B. Single word for a Group of Words

 

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C. Words used both as a Noun and Verb

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Exercise 1

Fill in the blanks with the help of the words given in the box.

Heavy                dry           Withdraw             Rejected          Wide

Forget                Enemy       Late                     War                  Major  

  1. My towel is wet but yours is …………….
  2.  He never comes early, he is always…………… .
  3.  I hoped that he would accept my proposal but finally he……………… it.
  4. Deposit the amount and……………… it whenever you need.
  5. Peace is always good,…………………. is always bad.
  6. My box is light but yours is……………..
  7. I have only friends and no…………………… .
  8. My brother is minor. Next year he will become…………………… .
  9. I always remember happy days and want to ………………bad ones.
  10. This road is …………………… but that road is narrow.

Answers

  1. My towel is wet but yours is dry.
  2.  He never comes early, he is always late.
  3. I hoped that he would accept my proposal but finally he rejected it.
  4. Deposit the amount and withdraw it whenever you need.
  5. Peace is always good, war is always bad.
  6.  My box is light but yours is heavy.
  7. I have only friends and no enemy.
  8. My brother is minor. Next year he will become major.
  9.  I always remember happy days and want to forget bad ones.
  10.  This road is wide but that road is narrow.

Exercise 2

Write one word for the following group of words.

  1.  That which cannot be heard.
  2.  One who believes in fate
  3. A cure of all diseases.
  4. One who speaks for others.
  5. A period of hundred years.
  6. One who doesn’t know how to read and write
  7.  One who believes in the existence of God
  8. One who doesn’t believe in the existence of God
  9. The life history of a person written by himself
  10. The life history of a person written by another

Answers

  1.  inaudible
  2. fatalist
  3. panacea
  4.  spokesman
  5. century
  6. illiterate
  7.  theist
  8. atheist
  9. autobiography
  10. biography

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