Format: Official Letter
1. Self Introduction
2. Interest in Interior Decoration
3. Short Course- Dussera Holidays
4. Duration, terms and conditions for admission such as educational qualification, age and so on.
5. Any other detail.
a) In the following passage, fill in each of the numbered blanks with correct form of the words given in brackets. Do not copy the passage, but write in correct serial order the word or phrase appropriate in the blank space. Example: (0) understand
In order to …..0……[understand] Belmont, the reader must be able to contrast it with Venice. Belmont …..1……[be]full of music, love, riddles, and poetry. Shakespeare’s lines which …..2……[speak]in Belmont or by key Belmont characters are lyrical. Likewise, at the end of the play, all of the couples are in Belmont. They …..3……[leave]Venice or have always …..4…… [live]in Belmont (i.e., Portia). Finally, Belmont clears up all the problems between the couples or seems …..5……[sweep] away the mundane cares of the world. Bassanio and Gratiano give up their wives …..6……[entrust] rings in Venice, but it is Belmont where the plot is unknotted, and the men work to …..7…… [gain] their wives’ hearts. Moreover, a …..8…… [trouble] Antonio goes to Belmont after the courtroom ordeal, perhaps to escape a city which makes his heart heavy.
2. are spoken
4. been living
5. to sweep
b) Fill in the blanks with appropriate words: 
(i) The government is worried of/about the consequences of the meeting with the rebels.
(ii) The vacuum locks in the flavour of its content.
(iii) A true leader is not overwhelmed by criticism.
(iv) We should translate our dreams into reality.
(v) The Captain is entrusted with unlimited powers.
(vi) The child was entrusted to the care of the matrons.
(vii) There is no meaning in quarrelling over trifles.
(x) We should stand by our friends in an hour of crisis.
c) Rewrite the following sentences after making necessary changes as directed or fill in the blank with a suitable word to make it a meaningful sentence. 
a) But for his help, he would have perished. [Begin: Had he…]
Had he not helped, he would have perished.
b) As soon as I reached home, it started raining. [Begin: Hardly…]
Hardly had I reached home, when it started raining.
c) She is the most arrogant girl in the class. [ Change into positive degree]
No other girl in the glass is as arrogant as her/she is.
d) Nobody will deny that he tried his best. [Begin: Everyone….]
Everyone will admit/agree that he tried his best.
e) Delhi is one of the most populous cities in India. (Use: ‘more’)
Some of the cities in India are more populous than Delhi.
f) The magistrate said to the lawyer, “You should submit your evidence now.” (Begin with: The magistrate told…….)
The magistrate asked the lawyer that he should submit his evidence then.