Textual Grammar of Thank You Ma’am for Higher Secondary WBCHSE

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HS 2019 Thank You Ma'am Textual Grammar

  1. Fill in the blanks with appropriate articles or prepositions:
  2. She was______large woman_______a large purse that had everything_______it but hammer and nails. It had_______long strap, and she carried it slung_______her shoulder. It was about eleven o’clock_______night.
  3. _____ strap broke_______the single tug_______boy gave it_______behind. But______ boy’s weight and the weight of the purse combined caused him to lose his balance.

     3._______boy fell _______his back on the sidewalk and his legs flew________The large woman          simply turned_______and kicked him right square_______his blue-jeaned sitter Then she                    reached      down, picked the boy up _____ his shirt front, and shook him until his teeth rattled.

 

 

  1. _______that_______woman said, “Pick_______my pocketbook, boy, and give it here.” She still held him. But she bent down enough to permit him to stoop and pick_______her purse Then she said, “Now ain’t you ashamed_______yourself ?”
  2. Sweat popped out_______the boy’s face and he began to struggle. Mrs. Jones stopped, jerked him around in front of her, put_______half-nelson_______his neck and continued to drag him_______the street.
  3. She switched_______the light and left_______door open. The boy could hear other roomers laughing and talking_______the large house. Some_______their doors were open, too, so he knew he and the woman were not alone. The woman still had him_______the neck_____the middle of her room.
  4. The water dripping_______his face,_______boy looked_______her. There was_______long pause. A very long pause. _______he had dried his face and not knowing what else to do dried it again.
  5. _______another corner_______the room_______a screen was_______gas plate and——– ice-box. Mrs. Jones got_______and went behind the screen.
  6. But_______boy took care to sit_______ the far side of the room where he thought she could easily see him_______of the corner_______the other eye, if she wanted to.
  7. She heated some lima beans and ham she had_______the ice-box, made_______ cocoa, and set the table._______woman did not ask the boy anything_____:__where he lived, or nil folks, or anything else that would embarrass him. Instead, as they ate,” she told him——- her job_____ a hotel beauty-shop.
  8. When they were finished eating she got_______and said, “Now, here, take this ten dollars and buy yourself some blue suede shoes. And next time, do not make the mistake_______ latching_______my pocketbook nor nobody else’s—because shoes come by devilish like that will burn your feet. I got to get my rest now. But I wish you would behave yourself, son, _______here_______in.”
  9. She led him_______ the hall_______ the front door and opened it. “Goodnight! Behave yourself, boy!” she said, looking_______ into the street. The boy wanted to say something else other than “Thank you, ma’am” to Mrs. Luella Bates Washington Jones, but he couldn’t do so as he turned_______the barren stoop and looked back at the large woman……………the door.
  10. Change the voice:
  11. She carried it slung across her shoulder.
  12. She picked the boy up by his shirt front.
  13. Pick up my pocketbook.
  14. She still held him.
  15. What did you want to do it for ?
  16. If I turn you lose, will you run?
  17. She did not release him.
  18. I would teach you right from wrong.
  19. Least I can do right now is to wash your face.
  20. Was I bothering you when I turned that corner?

    11.. Put yourself in contact with me.

  1. She switched on the light.

   13  She left the door open.

  1. Wash your face.
  2. I wanted a pair of blue suede shoes.
  3. The boy looked at her.
  4. He could make a dash for it down the hall.
  5. I didn’t snatch people’s pocketbooks.

   19, I have done things, too, which I would not tell you.

  1. You might run that comb through your hair.
  2. The woman did not watch the boy.
  3. The woman did not ask the boy anything.
  4. She told him about her job in a hotel beauty-shop.
  5. Take this ten dollars.

  25 .Buy yourself some blue suede shoes.

  1. Do not make the mistake of latching onto my pocketbook.
  2. She led him down the hall to the front door.
  3. He looked back at the large woman in the door.
  4. And he never saw her again.
  5. She shut the door.
  6. Change the narration:
  7. The woman said, “What did you want to do it for?”
  8. “Then I won’t turn you lose”, said the woman.
  9. “I’m very sorry, lady, I am sorry”, whispered the boy.
  10. The woman said, “You ought to be my son.”
  11. “Was I bothering you when I turned that corner?” asked the woman.
  12. She said, “What is your name?”
  13. “Let the water run until it gets warm”, she said.
  14. ‘There’s nobody home at my house”, said the boy.
  15. “I wanted a pair of blue suede shoes”, said the boy.
  16. “Do you need somebody to go to the store?” asked the boy.
  17. “It was going to make cocoa out of this canned milk I got here”, said the lady.
  18. “That will be fine”, said the boy.
  19. “Eat some more, son”, she said.
  20. She said, “Take this ten dollars and buy yourself some blue suede shoes.”
  21. She said, “I wish you would behave yourself, son, from here on in.”
  22. “Goodnight! Behave yourself, boy!” she said.
  23. Transform the following as directed:
  24. She was a large woman with a large purse that had everything in it but hammer and nails. (Compound)
  25. It had a long strap, and she carried it slung across her shoulder. (Complex)
  26. It was about eleven o’clock at night, and she was walking alone. (Complex)
  27. A boy ran up behind her and tried to snatch her purse.                                              (Simple)
  28. The strap broke with the single tug the boy gave it from behind. (Compound)
  29. Instead of taking off full blast, the boy fell on his back on the sidewalk. (Compound)
  30. The large woman simply turned round and kicked him Right Square in his (Complex)

      blue jeaned  sitter.

  1. She reached down, picked the boy up by his shirt front, and shook him. (Simple)
  2. Pick up my pocketbook and give it here. (Simple)
  3. Some stood watching. (Complex)
  4. I am very sorry. (Use Noun form)
  5. Your face is dirty. (Use Noun form)
  6. I would teach you right from wrong. (Complex)
  7. I just want you to turn me loose. (Complex)
  8. When she got to her door, she dragged the boy inside. (Simple)
  9. She switched on the light and left the door open. (Simple)
  10. The boy could hear other roomers laughing and talking in the large house. (Affirmative)
  11. He and the woman were not alone. (Affirmative)
  12. Go to that sink and wash your face.                                                       (Simple)
  13. ‘The boy looked at the door and went to the sink. (Simple)
  14. Let the water run until it gets warm.                                                            (Negative)
  15. There is nobody home at my house. (Affirmative)
  16. The water dripping from his face, the boy looked at her. (Complex)
  17. I wanted things I could not get. (Simple)
  18. You might run that comb through your hair so you will look presentable. (Simple)
  19. He did not want to be mistrusted now. (Affirmative)
  20. Unless you just want sweet milk I was going to make cocoa of this canned milk. (Negative)
  21. She made the cocoa and set the table. (Simple)
  22. The woman did not ask the boy anything about where he lived. (Simple)
  23. Take these ten dollars and buy yourself some blue suede shoes. (Simple)
  24. I wish you would behave yourself.                                                                               (Simple)
  25. She led him down the hall to the front door and opened it. (Simple)
  26. Join the following sentences as directed:
  27. The boy fell on his back on the sidewalk. His legs flew up.
  28. The large woman simply turned round. She kicked him Right Square in his blue-jeaned sitter.
  29. Pick up my pocketbook. Give it here.
  30. I may turn you lose. Will you run?
  31. The woman started up the street. She dragged the frightened boy behind her.
  32. She got to her door. She dragged the boy inside.
  33. Other roomers were laughing and talking in the large house. The boy could hear it.
  34. Roger, you go to that sink. You wash your face.
  35. The water was dripping from his face. The boy looked at her.

 10 There was another long pause. The boy’s mouth opened.

  1.  I have done things too. I would not tell you, son.
  2. You sit down. I fix us something to eat.
  3. You might run that comb through your hair. You will look presentable.
  4. Mrs. Jones got up. She went behind the screen.
  5. The boy lived somewhere. The woman did not ask the boy anything about it.
  6. Take this ten dollars. Buy yourself some blue suede shoes.
  7. He turned at the barren stoop. He looked back at the large woman at the door.

 

  1. Split the following sentences:
  2. She was a large woman with a large purse that had everything in it but hammer and nails.
  3. It had a long strap, and she carried it slung across her shoulder.

     3 .It was about eleven o’clock at night, and she was walking alone, when a boy ran up behind her           and tried to snatch her purse.

  1. The strap broke with the single tug the boy gave it from behind.
  2. The boy’s weight and the weight of the purse combined caused him to lose his balance.
  3. The large woman simply turned round and kicked him Right Square in his blue-jeaned sitter.
  4. She reached down, picked the boy up by his shirt front, and shook him until his teeth rattled..
  5. Two or three people passed, stopped, turned to look, and some stood watching.
  6. Mrs. Jones stopped, jerked him around in front of her, put a half-nelson about his neck, and continued to drag him up the street.
  7. Roger looked at the door, looked at the woman, looked at the door, and went to the sink.
  8. The boy took care to sit on the far side of the room where he thought she could easily see him out of the corner of the other eye, if she wanted to.
  9. She heated some lima beans and ham she had in the ice-box, made the cocoa, and set the table.
  10. As they ate she told him about her job in a hotel beauty-shop that stayed open late.
  11. She led him down the hall to the front door and opened it.
  12. He barely managed to say ‘Thank You” before she shut the door.

Answers of the prose Thank You Ma’am:

A

  1. a, with, in, a, across, at 2. The, with, the, from, the         3.  The, on, up, around, in, by
  2. After, the, up, up, of 5. on, a, about, up                       6.  on, the, in, of, by, in
  3. from, the, at, a, After 8. In, of, behind, a, an, up          9.  the, on, out, of
  4. in, the, The, about, about, in 11. up, of, onto, from, on            12.  down, to, out, at, in

B

  1. It was carried by her slung across her shoulder.
  2. The boy was picked up by his shirt front by her.
  3. Let my pocketbook be picked up.
  4. He was still held by her.
  5. What was wanted by you to do it for ?
  6. If you are turned loose by me, will you run ?
  7. He was not released by her.
  8. You would be taught right from wrong by me.
  9. Least can be done right now by me is to wash your face.
  10. Were you being bothered by me when I turned that corner ?
  11. You are told to put yourself in contact with me.
  12. The light was switched on by her.
  13. The door was left open by her.
  14. Let your face be washed.
  15. A pair of blue suede shoes was wanted by me.
  16. She was looked at by the boy.
  17. A dash for it could be made by him down the hall.
  18. People’s pocketbooks were not snatched by me.
  19. Things, too, which you would not be told by me, have been done by me.
  20. That comb might be run through your hair by you.
  21. The boy was not watched by the woman.
  22. The boy was asked nothing by the woman.
  23. He was told by her about her job in a hotel beauty-shop.
  24. Let this ten dollars be taken by you.
  25. Let some blue suede shoes be bought by yourself.
  26. You are told not to make mistake of latching onto my pocketbook.

 27 .He was led down the hall to the front door by her.

  1. The large woman in the door was looked back at by him.
  2. And she was never seen again by him.
  3. The door was shut by her.

C

  1. The woman asked what he had wanted to do it for.
  2. The woman said that then she won’t turn him loose.
  3. The boy whispered to the lady twice that he was very sorry.
  4. The woman said that he ought to be her son.
  5. The woman asked if she had been bothering him when she had turned that corner.

     6 .She asked him what his name was.

  1. She suggested that the water should run until it got warm.
  2. The boy said that there was nobody home at his house.
  3. The boy said that he had wanted a pair of blue suede shoes.
  4. The boy asked if she needed somebody to go to the store.
  5. The lady said that she had been going to make cocoa out of that canned milk she had got there.
  6. The boy said that would be fine.
  7. She told him affectionately to eat some more.
  8. The told the boy to take that ten dollars and buy himself some blue suede shoes.
  9. She affectionately said that she wished that he would behave himself from there on in.
  10. She bade the boy goodnight and told him to behave himself.

D

     1 .She was a large woman with a large purse and in it there was everything except hammer and             nails.

  1. She carried it which had a long strap, slung across her shoulder.
  2. It was about eleven o’clock at night when she was walking alone.
  3. Running up behind her, a boy tried to snatch her purse.

      5.” The boy gave a single tug from behind and the strap broke.

  1. The boy took off full blast but he fell on his back on the side walk.
  2. The large woman kicked him right square in his blue-jeaned sitter after she had simply turned I round.
  3. Reaching down, she picked the boy up by his shirt front to shake him.
  4. Picking up my pocketbook, give it here.
  5. Some watched as they stood.
  6. I am full of sorrow.
  7. Your face is full of dirt.
  8. I would teach you what is right and what is wrong.
  9. I just want that you should turn me loose.
  10. After getting to her door, she dragged the boy inside.
  11. Switching on the light, she left the door open.
  12. The boy was able to hear other roomers laughing and talking in the large house.
  13. He and the woman were hardly alone.
  14. Go to that sink to wash your face.
  15. Looking at the door, the boy went to the sink.
  16. Let the water run till it does not get warm.
  17. There is hardly anybody home at my house.
  18. While the water was dripping from his face, the boy looked at her.
  19. I could not get my desired things.
  20. You might run that comb through your hair to look presentable.
  21. He wanted to be trusted now.
  22. If you do not want just sweet milk, I was going to make cocoa of this canned milk.
  23. Making the cocoa, she set the table.
  24. The woman did not ask the boy anything about his dwelling.
  25. Take this ten dollars to buy yourself some blue suede shoes.
  26. I wish you to behave yourself.
  27. Leading him down the hall to the front door, she opened it.

E

  1. As the boy fell on his back on the sidewalk, his legs flew up.
  2. Simply turning round, the large woman kicked him Right Square in his blue-jeaned sitter.
  3. Pick up my pocketbook to give it here.
  4. Will you run if I turn you lose?
  5. The woman started up the street dragging the frightened boy behind her.
  6. Getting to her door, she dragged the boy inside.
  7. The boy could hear other roomers laughing and talking in the large house.
  8. Roger, you go to that sink to wash your face.
  9. As the water was dripping from his face, the boy looked at her.
  10. After another long pause, the boy’s mouth opened.
  11. I would not tell you, son what things I have done.
  12. You sit down so that I fix us something to eat.
  13. You might run that comb through your hair so that you look presentable.
  14. Getting up, Mrs. Jones went behind the screen.
  15. The woman did not ask the boy anything about his place of living.
  16. Take these ten dollars to buy yourself some blue suede shoes.
  17. He turned at the barren stoop to look back at the large woman at the door.

F

  1. She was a large woman. She had a large purse. The purse had everything in it but hammer and nails.
  2. It had a long strap. She carried it slung across her shoulder.
  3. It was about eleven o’clock at night. She was walking alone. Then a boy ran up behind her. He tried to snatch her purse.
  4. The boy gave a single tug from behind. The strap broke.
  5. The boy’s weight and the weight of the purse combined. It caused him to lose his balance.
  6. The large woman simply turned round. She kicked him Right Square in his blue-jeaned sitter.
  7. She reached down. She picked the boy up by his shirt front. She shook him. His teeth rattled.
  8. Two or three people passed. Some stopped. Some turned to look. Some stood watching.
  9. Mrs. Jones stopped. She jerked him around in front of her. She put a half-nelson about his neck. She continued to drag him up the street.
  10. Roger looked at the door. He looked at the woman. He looked at the door. He went to the sink.
  11. The boy took care to sit on the far side of the room. There she could easily see him out of the corner of the other eye. She might want so. He thought so.
  12. She heated some Lima beans and ham. She had them in the ice-box. She made the cocoa. She set the table.
  13. They were eating. She told him about her job. Her job was in a hotel beauty-shop. It stayed open late.
  14. She led him down the hall to the front door. She opened the door.
  15. She shut the door. He barely managed to say Thank You’ before that.

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