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Synthesis of Sentences MCQ Question with Answer

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Question No : 22

Direction: Study the given simple sentences that have been combined to form a simple sentence. Decipher how they have been combined.


Separate: She wanted to educate her son. She sent him to London.
Combined: She sent her son to London to educate him.

By using an adverb or an Adverbial Phrase
By using a Participle
By using an infinitive
By using, Nominative Absolute Construction

Question No : 23
Separate: Anita was scolded. Her uncle scolded badly.
Combined: Anita was badly scolded by her uncle

By using a preposition with noun or gerund
By using, Nominative Absolute Construction
By using a noun or a phrase in apposition
By using an adverb or an Adverbial Phrase

Question No : 24
Separate: She has failed many times. She still hopes to get success at last.
Combined: In spite of many failures she still hopes to get success at least.

By using a preposition with noun or gerund
By using a Participle
By using a noun or a phrase in apposition
By using an infinitive

Question No : 25
Separate: I love Sanchit very much. He is my brother.
Combined: I love my brother Sanchit very much.

By using a noun or a phrase in apposition
By using a preposition with noun or gerund
By using an adverb or an Adverbial Phrase
By using an infinitive Synthesis of Sentences l 61

Question No : 26
Separate: The monkey sat on a branch. He gibbered.
Combined : Sitting on a branch the monkey gibbered.

By using an infinitive
By using a noun or a phrase in apposition
By using a pParticiple
By using a preposition with noun or gerund

Question No : 27
Given are two simple sentences, decipher which of the following is correctly combined complex sentence by using a noun clause?
Separate: She has failed. The reason is her illness.

The reason of her failure is that she is ill.
She was ill and thus failed.
She failed because of her illness.
The reason behind her failure is her illness.

Question No : 28
Given are two simple sentences, decipher which of the following is correctly combined complex sentence by using an adjective clause?
Separate: I met your friend. His wallet was stolen in the market.

I met your friend and his wallet was stolen in the market.
As soon as I met your friend, his wallet was stolen in the market.
I met your friend whose wallet was stolen in the market.
I met your friend because his wallet was stolen in the market.