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10th Class English Guess Paper 2020

Important Objectives Q 1: Fill in the blanks with corrects of verb. I shall see him next Monday. (will see, shall see, saw) They had reached before the teacher came. (Reaches, reached, reach, had reached). She is speaking English now. (Speak, spoke, spoken, speaking) I already have posted the letter. (Post, posts, posted, have posted) They travelled all night. (Travel, travels, travelled, travelling) The baby is crying for milk now. (Cry, cries, cried, crying) The Sun sets in West. (Set, sets, will set, had set) I have not seen you since Monday. (Shall see, saw, see, have not seen) She had been visiting Europe since childhood. (Visit, visits, visited, had been visiting) The earth revolves around the Sun. (Revolve, revolves, revolved, is evolving) It is raining now. (Rain, rains, will rain, is raining) This book was stolen by thief. (Steal, will steal, is steal, was stolen) He has just gone out. (go, went, gone ) I wrote this letter yesterday. (Write, wrote, has writ