Grammar Punctuation 10
- “I will neither drink that nor anything else,” said Arun.
- “I would rather die,” he exclaimed, “ than join the oppressors of India.”
- My friend who is a hawker lives in little cottage next door. He sells vegetables from door to door. He is not illiterate.
- I hear professor Banerji is leaving for England in the first week of January.
- “Don’t worry,” said Hari, “I will give the pen to him.”
- He said, “Who are you to speak like this ? I am the master. Why should I help you ?”
- Milton, the great English poet, was blind.
- “Indira Gandhi, the Prime Minister of India, was very popular in the world,” said the teacher.
- Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, is also a city of historical interest.
- (a) “Can you go to Delhi today ?” the master said to the servant.
(b) I said to Hari, “You will not fail if you work sincerely.”
- I said to Raju, “I will go to Lucknow tomorrow.”
- “Come along my friends,” the leader said, “to join the procession.”
- “Work hard,” the teacher said, “if you wish to pass the examination.”
- Ahmad said to the teacher, “May I come in, sir ?”
- His uncle said to me, “May I know your name, little one ?”
- All people rich and poor, high and low, young and old celebrate Diwali.
- Kanyakumari, a beauty spot, is surrounded by the Indian Ocean, the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian sea.
- The teacher said to the pupils, “Open your book at page 5. Will you do so at once ?”
- All people from North or South, East or West, High or Low celebrate National Festivals.
- A beggar said to a rich man, “Please give me five rupees. I am very hungry.”
- “Have you anything to say on behalf of Ram ?” the judge said to Gopal. “No Sir,” he replied.
- Urmila said, “May I come in ? I have a couple of friends with me.”
- The principal said to Mukesh, “Congratulations. You have stood first in the class.”
- Anu said, “May I come in ? I have an urgent piece of work with you.”
- He said to me, “Please give me five rupees. I am very hungry.”
- Jawaharlal, the first prime-minister of free India, was loved, admired and honoured by everybody.
- “Is this your final statement ?” asked Aditya. “I am sorry, I cannot change my statement,” said Apala.
- Akbar was bom at Amarkot. When he became king, he made Bairam Khan his guardian. He defeated Hemu, the famous general of Adil Shah.
- As Caesar loved me, I weep for him. But as he was ambitious, I slew him.
- “You cannot sit here alone,” said mother to her daughter, “Come out or I shall beat you badly.”