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General English Grammar Questions and Answers


1. I ________ a letter yesterday.


2. We ________ them two weeks ago.


3. Jim Corbett ________ animals, but he also ________ many maneaters.


4. Does she ________ what she is doing?


5. I usually ________ the newspaper in the evening.



6. I saw him ________ the money.


7. Nobody will ever ________ what happened to her.


8. The BangaloreMumbai flight ________ by two hours due to a bomb scare.


9. Did you ________ him?


10. Ever since I ________ my home in 2001, I ________ living here.


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    Queen Victoria and Prince Albert welcomed the birth of their first child, Princess Victoria in November 1840. However, the queen was not happy that shed become pregnant so soon after the wedding, and often complained in her journal about the difficulties of motherhood.Queen Victoria gave birth to a male heir, Albert (Bertie), a year later. Between 1843 and 1857, the queen had seven more children, completing her family of five daughters and four sons. All survived to adulthood, a rare outcome at a time when many children did not survive infancy.

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