MAKE SENTENCESQUESTION NO. 26
And Learn Parts of Speech
And Learn Parts of Speech
1. Use the following nouns in your own sentences.
(i) Aptitude: I have an aptitude for Mathematics.
(ii) Chaos: The town was in chaos during the riot.
(iii) Conquest: In ancient times the rulers spent most of their time in conquest of territories.
(iv) Eloquence: Quaid-e-Azam was a great orator due to his eloquence.
(v) Embodiment: The Holy Prophet (SAW) is an embodiment of the Holy Quran.
(vi) Humility: When some people become rich, they often lose their humility.
(vii) Ignorance: Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance.
(vii) Ignorance: Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance.
(viii) Prosperity: A country's prosperity mainly depends upon the quality of education of its people.
(ix) Sacrifice: There is no glory without sacrifice.
(x) Urge: He has an urge to smoke after every meal.
2. Use the following nouns in your own sentences.
(i) Century: Life in the 19th century was very different from what it is now.
(ii) Companion: Patience is the companion of wisdom.
(iii) Dunes: Long and tall sand dunes with sharp crests are very common in the Sahara.
(iv) Hospice: Aslam stayed at a hospice during the concluding days of his cancer battle.
(v) Insomnia: She is suffering from insomnia so she is often very tired during the day.
(vi) Motherland: Pakistan is my motherland.
(vii) Panorama: From the hotel roof you can enjoy a panorama of the whole city.
(viii) Refuge: We took refuge from the storm in a nearby barn.
(ix) Solitude: The man went out to the woods to escape from his busy life and get some solitude.
(x) Woods: The man went out to the woods to escape from his busy life and get some solitude.
3. Use the following nouns in your own sentences.
(i) Convolution: I found it hard to follow the convolutions of the book's plot.
(ii) Delegation: A delegation consisting of several key business people entered the meeting.
(iii) Determination: Firm determination and hard work are necessary for success.
(iv) Devotion: We should study with full devotion for brilliant success.
(v) Dispensation: The Holy Quran is the final dispensation of Allah Almighty.
(vi) Invasion: The spirit of patriotism makes us stay alert in the wake of foreign invasion.
(vii) Meditation: Meditation is a key to enlightenment.
(viii) Migration: The migration of the Holy Prophet (SAW) from Makkah to Madinah took place in 622 A.D.
(ix) Promulgation: His promulgation of the policy proved to be premature.
(x) Rehabilitation: Ayesha works as a counselor at a rehabilitation centre for drug addicts.
1. Use the following verbs in your own sentences.
(i) Abandon: I will never abandon my dream of becoming a writer.
(ii) Acquire: The United States acquired Florida from Spain in 1819.
(iii) Activate: The smoke activated the fire alarms.
(iv) Alleviate: Take an aspirin to alleviate your headache.
(v) Ask: If you get into difficulties, don't hesitate to ask for advice.
(vi) Awaken: A barking dog awakened me during the night.
(vii) Conclude: The detective concluded that the apparent suicide was, in fact, a murder.
(viii) Construct: The Great Wall of China was constructed to keep out enemy invaders.
(ix) Crumble: The ancient castle had crumbled to ruins.
(x) Demolish: A number of houses were demolished so that the supermarket could be built.2. Use the following verbs in your own sentences.
(i) Detect: Some sounds cannot be detected by the human ear.
(ii) Distract: If the TV distracts you from your studies, turn it off.
(iii) Emphasize: We can use inverted commas or capitals to emphasize a word in a piece of writing.
(iv) Encounter: In our lives, we all encounter stress and difficulties which we must overcome.
(v) Entertain: The children sang and danced to entertain the crowd.
(vi) Eradicate: Smallpox has almost been eradicated.
(vii) Herald: A sharp wing often heralds a storm.
(viii) Migrate: The Holy Prophet (SAW) migrated from Makkah to Madinah in the year 622 A.D.
(ix) Proclaim: It was the famous speech in which he proclaimed that socialism was dead.
(x) Possess: We do not possess much, but we are rich in family.
3. Use the following verbs in your own sentences.
(i) Quiver: Aslam's voice started to quiver when he talked about his deceased mother.
(ii) Raise awareness: The campaign aims to raise awareness of the dangers of drugs.
(iii) Recruit: The company recruits 20 new staff each year.
(iv) Renounce: I have renounced my old way of life.
(v) Request: Visitors are requested to remove their shoes at the entrance to the mosque.
(vi) Reveal the secret: Do not reveal the secret to him because he is a broken reed.
(vii) Suffer: She has been suffering from cancer for two years.
(viii) Traverse: It is very difficult to traverse the rocky path at night.
(ix) Venture: Few Europeans had ventured beyond the Himalayas.
(x) Walk: A cat was walking along the top of the fence.
1. Use the following adjectives in your own sentences.
(i) Absolute: There was not absolute proof of fraud.
(ii) Buoyant: Wood is light and buoyant.
(iii) Commendable: Patriotism is considered a commendable quality.
(iv) Courageous: Pakistani Army has courageous soldiers.
(v) Dazzling: She shielded her eyes against the dazzling sun.
(vi) Devastating: Acid rain has a devastating effect on the environment.
(vii) Dormant: The long-dormant volcano has recently shown signs of erupting.
(viii) Empty: His voice echoed off the walls of the empty room.
(ix) Epicurean: Some people lead their lives according the the epicurean motto of "eat, drink and be merry".
(x) Everlasting: The Muslims and the Christian have belief in the everlasting life of the soul.2. Use the following adjectives in your own sentences.
(i) Flamboyant: Girls often wear flamboyant clothes at parties to make people notice them.
(ii) Fundamental: A fair justice system is a fundamental part of a civilized society.
(iii) Immense: Meeting my favourite teacher was an immense thrill for me.
(iv) Impending: Old age is a sign of impending death.
(v) Impressive: There are very impressive buildings in big cities.
(vi) Influential: The Holy Quran is the most influential book in the world.
(vii) Integral: Computers have become an integral part of our lives.
(viii) Kaleidoscopic: After rain, I saw a kaleidoscopic rainbow in the sky.
(ix) Mellow: She was hypnotized by the mellow tone of his voice.
(x) Miserable: She is leading a miserable life after her divorce.3. Use the following adjectives in your own sentences.
(i) Numerous: Her paintings have won awards in numerous art shows.
(ii) Pensive: Unrequited love caused her to be in a very pensive mood.
(iii) Perilous: Since the journey is perilous, be sure to bring a first-aid kit.
(iv) Queer: I had a queer feeling that something bad was about to happen.
(v) Responsible: The city council is responsible for keeping the streets clean.
(vi) Resolute: Our government is resolute in countering terrorism.
(vii) Sluggish: A heavy lunch makes me sluggish in the afternoon.
(viii) Sterling: We have to make sterling efforts to get brilliant success.
(ix) Supreme: He was awarded a medal for showing supreme bravery.
(x) Tropical: I am unused to the tropical climate.
QUESTION NO. 29
1. Use the following adverbs and pronouns in your own sentences.
(i) Dexterously: She works dexterously at knitting.
(ii) Furiously: "Get out of here!" she shouted furiously.
(iii) Gradually: The days gradually get shorter as winter approaches.
(iv) Instantly: She was knocked down by a car and killed instantly.
(v) Quietly: He slipped quietly out of the back door.
(vi) Unfortunately: We tried to get tickets, but unfortunately they were already sold out.
(vii) Which: This is the bike which I bought yesterday.
(viii) Who: This is the boy who won the prize.
(ix) Whom: This is the boy with whom I went to school.
(x) Whose: This is the boy whose brother is a doctor.
2. Use the following prepositions and conjunctions in your own sentences.
(i) Across: I can swim across the river.
(ii) Along: Cars were parked all along the road.
(iii) Behind: I hung my coat behind the door.
(iv) Beside: Our school has been built right beside a river.
(v) Over: She held the umbrella over both of us.
(vi) Since: Ali has been very busy since he started his new job.
(vii) Though: His clothes, though old and worn, look clean and of good quality.
(viii) Unless: I am not going to the party unless you come too.
(ix) When: I rang them yesterday to check when they were arriving.
(x) While: I gained a lot of weight while I was on holiday.3. Use the following miscellaneous parts of speech in your own sentences.
(i) Care: The standard of care at our local hospital is excellent.
(ii) Constructive role: Media plays a very constructive role for society.
(iii) Fit of fury: In a fit of fury he killed his friend.
(iv) Generous: We should be kind and generous to the poor and the weak.
(v) Global village: Media and internet have changed the world into a global village.
(vi) Impact: The storm had a bad impact on the crops.
(vii) Mad with anger: He was mad with anger to know his loss.
(viii) Raising spirit: We should get lesson from Quaid's raising spirit.
(ix) Spacious: This wedding hall is very spacious; it can hold four hundred wedding guests.
(x) Value: A cynic is one who knows the price of everything, and the value of nothing.QUESTION NO. 30
1. Use the following idioms in your own sentences.
(i) Bear fruit: Your efforts will surely bear fruit.
(ii) Fall a prey: Some students fall a prey to drugs due to bad company.
(iii) Keep an eye: Media keeps an eye on every segment of the society.
(iv) Make up mind: I have made up my mind to become a doctor.
(v) Lay down life: Patriots are always ready to lay down their lives for their country.
(vi) At stake: The life of a driver is always at stake.
(vii) Ill at ease: I feel ill at ease about the interview.
(viii) Second to none: The army of Pakistan is second to none.
(ix) Man in the street: Politician rarely care what the man in the street thinks.
(x) Bits and pieces: After the accident, there were bits and pieces of the wreckage spread all over the road.2. Use the following phrasal verbs in your own sentences. (up, down, on, of)
(i) Gear up: All the students were geared up for exams.
(ii) Keep up: We should keep up our morale in all circumstances.
(iii) Set up: The Holy Prophet (SAW) set up a noble conception of life.
(iv) Sum up: I summed up the teacher's lecture in three sentences.
(v) Bring down: Our government is trying to bring down the level of unemployment.
(vi) Switch on: The first thing we do soon after entering the house is to switch on the television.
(vii) Accuse of: Aslam was accused of robbery.
(viii) Afraid of: After Zeeshan was robbed, he was even afraid of his own shadow.
(ix) Aware of: People are becoming far more aware of environmental issues.
(x) Fall of: My interest in school fell off when I became sixteen.
3. Use the following phrasal verbs in your own sentences. (for, to, out, into, at, away, upon, through)(i) Send for: Knowing he was extremely ill, we sent for the doctor.
(ii) Taste for: I have no taste for music.
(iii) Next to: I live next to a bank.
(iv) Find out: We found out that our next door neighbour is going to sell his house.(v) Wipe out: The entire crew was wiped out in the place crash.
(vi) Compress into: I cannot compress any more clothing into the suitcase.
(vii) aim at: This new program aims at raising awareness about privacy issues.
(viii) Give away: Hazrat Asma (RA) gave away all the money to the poor and the needy.
(ix) Act upon: We should act upon the advice of our elders.
(x) Pass through: When two galaxies collide, they actually pass through each other.