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All Chapters Solution of Meaning into Words | Grade XII

Meaning into Words

Preface The objective of A Companion to Compulsory English, The Heritage of Words and Meaning into Words is to help the students of grade 12 pass their English subject with excellent marks. It makes a great effort to foster students with the art of writing exam papers. This is a help materials… Continue Reading

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Meaning into Words – Unit: 15 – News | Grade XII

meaning into words

Reference Notes | EnglishNews – Meaning Into WordsFor: Class 12 | Solution of Work BookUnit 15: News 1. Change the voice of the following sentences using supposed to: a. They say there’s a monster in Loch Ness. Ans: There is supposed… Continue Reading

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Meaning into Words – Unit 13: Process | Grade XII

meaning into words

Reference Notes | EnglishProcess – Meaning Into WordsFor: Class 12 | Solution of Work BookUnit 13: Process 1. Complete the sentences by joining the following words using, When … a. meet/ stranger – shake/ hands. Ans: When you meet stranger,… Continue Reading

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Meaning into Words – Unit 12: Comparison | Grade XII

meaning into words

Reference Notes | EnglishComparison – Meaning Into WordsFor: Class 12 | Solution of Work BookUnit 12: Comparison 1. Express the meaning of the sentences below with another comparative sentence, beginning with the words given. Example:Those children ought to go the bed much earlier than they do. Answer: Those children go to bed much later than they ought to. a. He’s not… Continue Reading

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Meaning into Words – Unit 11 – Events in Sequence | Grade XII

meaning into words

Reference Notes | EnglishEvents in Sequence – Meaning Into WordsFor: Class 12 | Solution of Work BookUnit 11: Events in Sequence 1. Change the following sentences using when instead of and or but. a. She peeled the banana and gave… Continue Reading

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Deductions And Explanation – Meaning into Words | Grade XII

meaning into words

Reference Notes | EnglishDeductions And Explanation – Meaning Into WordsFor: Class 12 | Solution of Work BookUnit 3: Deductions And Explanation 1. Rewrite the following conclusions using must, can’t or might/ may. a. I’m sure they’ve arrived. Ans: They must have… Continue Reading