Notes On Sentence Completion - Conversation - CBSE Class 10 English Grammar

                                              SENTENCE COMPLETION

POINTS TO REMEMBER:

  • look at the ending of the preceding sentence.
  • Read the preceding dialogue and the one that follows it.
  • Identify the type of sentence used: Assertive. Interrogative, imperative or exclamatory before choosing the options.
  • The entire conversation should be meaningful and relevant and should use the appropriate tense/verb forms.

Example:

Sister: When are you leaving for Goa?

Brother: I am leaving the day after tomorrow.

Sister: So, you will be back by next week.

Brother: May be, I need to complete the project and then Plan to come back home.

Summary

                                              SENTENCE COMPLETION

POINTS TO REMEMBER:

  • look at the ending of the preceding sentence.
  • Read the preceding dialogue and the one that follows it.
  • Identify the type of sentence used: Assertive. Interrogative, imperative or exclamatory before choosing the options.
  • The entire conversation should be meaningful and relevant and should use the appropriate tense/verb forms.

Example:

Sister: When are you leaving for Goa?

Brother: I am leaving the day after tomorrow.

Sister: So, you will be back by next week.

Brother: May be, I need to complete the project and then Plan to come back home.

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