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Synthesis of Sentences MCQ Question with Answer

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Question No : 29
Given are two simple sentences, decipher which of the following is correctly combined complex sentence by using an adverb clause?
Separate: The burglar saw the police. He took his heels.

Seeing the police, the burglar took his heels.
On seeing the police, the burglar took his heels.
As soon as the burglar saw the police, he took his heels.
As the burglar saw the police, he took his heels.

Question No : 30
Given are two simple sentences, decipher which of the following is correctly combined complex sentence by using an adjective clause?
Separate: I saw a car. It was black in colour.

I saw a car in black colour.
I saw a black coloured car.
I saw a black car.
I saw a car which was black in colour.

Question No : 31

Direction: Combine the following sentences using an appropriate conjunction from the given options.


He is snobbish. I like him.

Though he is snobbish, I like him.
He is snobbish and I like him
He is snobbish but I like him
I like him because he is snobbish

Question No : 32
My mother attended the wedding. My father attended the wedding.

My mother and father attended the wedding.
My mother attended the wedding also my father.
Both my mother and father attended the wedding.
My father, mother attended the wedding.

Question No : 33
He has walked five miles. It is possible that he is tired.

He has walked five miles, it is possible that he is tired.
He has walked five miles, so he must be tired.
He has walked five miles therefore it is possible that he is tired.
He has walked five miles and possible that he is tired.

Question No : 34
I went to the shop. I bought a watch.

I went to the shop bought a watch.
I went to the shop to bought a watch.
I went to the shop and bought a watch.
To buy a watch I went to the shop.

Question No : 35
You must be quiet. You must leave the room.

You must be quiet. You must leave the room.
You must leave the room and quiet.
Must you leave and quiet the room
You must be quiet or you must leave the room.