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True Height A Complete Material 

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True Height A Complete Material

True Height A Complete Material Class - 9 English

Glossary

astroturf (n)                           : a type of artificial grass surface used especially for sports

grounds

pole vault (n)                         : a sport in which you use a long pole to swing over a high

barrier

a bird’s-eye view (n.phr)       : view of all the aspects of something

hard-core (adj)                      : strong

motto (n)                                : a saying that expresses aims and beliefs of a person

regimented (adj)                    : strict and organized

obsession (n)                        : a state in which a person’s mind is completely filled with a thought of one particular thing / person

oblivious (adj)                        : not aware of something / unaware

ritual (n)                                 : any customary observance or practice

finger-tipped (adj)                  : the tips of fingers touching the ground

envision (v)                            : have a vision of somebody or something

runway (n)                             : (here) running track

sprinting down (v)                 : running at a very fast speed

swarmed with (v)                  : surrounded by

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Vocabulary

Use a thesaurus / dictionary to find out synonyms of these words from the biographical account you have read.

Word                                                Synonyms

quench

glamour

passion

persistence

arrogant

pounding

Suffixes

Look at the following words taken from the passage:

competition, excitement,    persistence, immediately, wonderful,

effortless,       childhood,     national,         intensity.

Now, pick out the suffix from each word and form new words of your own in the table given below. One is done for you.

Collocations

A collocation is an arrangement of words or other elements, especially those that commonly co-occur.

e.g. heart-felt congratulation.

There are certain word combinations.

Adjective+ Noun      e.g. bright/harsh/intense/strong light

Verb+ Noun              e.g. cast/ emit/give/provide/shed light

Noun+ Verb               e.g. light gleams/glows/shines

Noun + Noun            e.g. a light source

Preposition+ Noun   e.g. by the light of the moon

Noun+ Preposition   e.g. the light from the window

Quantifier+ Noun     e.g. (of) a beam / ray of light

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Use a dictionary and write which word in column 1 can collocate with those in the next five columns. Put a tick ( ) mark in the relevant column. Use the apt collocations in your own sentences.

Complete the following sentences with appropriate Adverbial clauses. Use the adverbs wherever they are given in brackets.

1. The teacher entered the class, ____________________________.

2. The dog ran into a speeding car, __________________________.

3. I was in deep sleep, ____________________________________.

4. Someone knocked at the door, ____________________________.

5. The crowd cheered Michael Stone, ___________________ . (as soon as)

6. It is high time the cricket board thought of different alternatives, __ . (as)

Direct and Indirect Speech

1. Father said, “You want something, work for it!”

Ans:_________________________________________________.

2. “That’s only one inch off the National record,” he thought. 

Ans:_________________________________________________.

3. “Why is this happening to me now?” he thought. 

Ans:_________________________________________________.

4. “That’s only one inch off the National record,” he thought. 

Ans:_________________________________________________.

5. Mildred said to Bert, "Michael has begun to fly."

Ans:_________________________________________________.

6. Michael siad, "I will need a towel to dry my grip."

Ans:_________________________________________________.

7. "What was he going to do?" He said

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Active and Passive Voice

1. He needed a towel to dry his grip. 

Ans:_________________________________________________.

2. The pole was set at 17 feet.

Ans:_________________________________________________.

3. Michael Stone confronted the most challenging day of his pole-vaulting career.

Ans:_________________________________________________.

4. The sportsman combines the grace of a gymnast.

Ans:_________________________________________________.

5. Michael’s mother read him numerous stories about flying.

Ans:_________________________________________________.

6. He could feel the rocks and chunks of dirt at his feet. 

Ans:_________________________________________________.

7.  He believed in hard work and sweat. 

Ans:_________________________________________________.

8. The programme was carefully monitored by Michael’s coach.

Ans:_________________________________________________.

9. Michael cleared the bar.

Ans:_________________________________________________.

10.  he showed no emotion.

Ans:_________________________________________________.

11.  A miss would get him second place.

Ans:_________________________________________________.

12. He found his pole.

Ans:_________________________________________________.

13. It startled him for a brief moment.

Ans:_________________________________________________.

14. The intensity of the moment filled his mind with anxiety. 

Ans:_________________________________________________.

15. His mother always used to tell him Flying stories.

Ans:_________________________________________________.

Combine the following sentences.

1. He began sprinting down the runway, something felt wonderfully different

As soon as ____________________________________________________________.

No sooner ____________________________________________________________.

Hardly ____________________________________________________________.

Scarcely ____________________________________________________________.

Immedietly After ____________________________________________________________.

Soon after ____________________________________________________________.

_______________________________ and at once _______________________________.

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2. Michael won the 1st place. He was immediately swarmed with people.

As soon as ____________________________________________________________.

No sooner ____________________________________________________________.

Hardly ____________________________________________________________.

Scarcely ____________________________________________________________.

Immedietly After ____________________________________________________________.

Soon after ____________________________________________________________.

_______________________________ and at once _______________________________.


3. Micheal's mother read him numerous stories about flying. He dreamed of flying.

As soon as ____________________________________________________________.

No sooner ____________________________________________________________.

Hardly ____________________________________________________________.

Scarcely ____________________________________________________________.

Immedietly After ____________________________________________________________.

Soon after ____________________________________________________________.

_______________________________ and at once _______________________________.


4. As soon as Micheal landed on the inflated landing mat, and with the crowd on its feet, he

immediately began preparing for his next attempt at flight. 

No sooner ____________________________________________________________.

Hardly ____________________________________________________________.

Scarcely ____________________________________________________________.

Immedietly After ____________________________________________________________.

Soon after ____________________________________________________________.

_______________________________ and at once _______________________________.


5. Besides being an honour student, Michael Stone continued to help his parents with their farm chores. 

In addition to ____________________________________________________________.

_______________________________ as well as _______________________________.

Michael Stone was not only ____________________________________________________________.


6. As he lay on his back and heard the crowd groan, he knew the other vaulter had missed his final jump.

Since ____________________________________________________________.

Because ____________________________________________________________.

He _____________________________ so _______________________________.

He _____________________________ and so _______________________________.

He _____________________________ therefore _______________________________.


7. When he heard the singing of some distant robins in flight, he knew it was his time to fly.

Having ____________________________________________________________.

_____________________________ and _______________________________.


8. As he began sprinting down the runway, something felt wonderfully different.

Since ____________________________________________________________.

Because ____________________________________________________________.

He _____________________________ so _______________________________.

He _____________________________ and so _______________________________.

He _____________________________ therefore _______________________________.


9. When he took a deep breath, it happened.

Having ____________________________________________________________.

_____________________________ and _______________________________.

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