Kips IT Class 9 Chapter 4 Solutions BASIC WRITING SKILLS Part-A

TextbookKips Information Technology Class 9
PartA
UnitUnit-1 Communication Skills
Chapter4 Basic Writing Skills
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A. Multiple Choice Questions:

1. The written form of communication is More flexible and more formal than oral communication.

  • More formal and less flexible
  • More flexible and less formal
  • More flexible and more formal
  • Less flexible and less formal

2. The checklist comprising of various elements of communication skills is called 7C’s of Communication.

  • 7 E’s of Communication
  • 5 E’s of Communication
  • 7C’s of Communication
  • 5 C’s of Communication

3. A group of words that make complete sense is called a Sentence.

  • Phrase
  • Sentence
  • Subject
  • Predicate

4. Which of the following is not a kind of sentence?

  • Assertive
  • Interrogative
  • Empirical
  • Exclamatory

5. A Predicate is the part of a sentence that contains a verb and which states what is said about the subject.

  • Predicate
  • Prefix
  • Preposition
  • Pronoun

B. Fill in the Blanks:

1. A word or a group of words which conveys the names of persons or things about whom or which we are speaking is called the Subject.

2. An Imperative sentence gives a command, makes a request, or expresses a wish.

3. A complete sentence consists of a subject and a Predicate that describes the subject.

4. A word that describes, modifies, or gives more information about a noun or a pronoun is called an Adjective.

5. The sentence that summarises the main points made in a paragraph is called Concluding sentence.

6. An Interjection is a words or a phrase that expresses a strong emotion.


D. Answer the Following Questions:

Give one example for each of the four kinds of sentences.

Assertive Sentence: Jane is a student. She lives in a big city.
Imperative Sentence: Go to your room. (an order)
Exclamatory Sentence: What a shame!
Interrogative Sentence: What is your name?

What are prepositions? Explain with the help of an example.

Prepositions Refers to a word that shows the relationship of a noun, noun phrase, or pronoun to another word.
Examples: at, on, in, from, with, about
I left my keys on the table for you.

What are Interjections? What is their importance in the written form of communication.

Interjections Refers to a word or phrase that expresses a strong emotions such as anger, Happiness. They are usually followed by an exclamation sign’!’.
In written form of communication they are used to make expressive sentences without the need for more descriptive words.
Examples: Ouch! Hey! Wow! Oh! Ugh!

What are indefinite articles in the English language? Where are they used?

These articles are used before Singular Countable Nouns (SCN). The main function of the indefinite articles is to indicate that the noun they precede does not refer to any particular person or thing, Usually, these articles are used to introduce new concepts.
For example, ‘a teacher’ refers to any teacher and not a specific teacher.

What rules should we follow while writing a paragraph?

Rules to be followed while writing a paragraph are:
• Give the paragraph unity
• Keep the paragraph short
• Make use of topic sentences
• Leave out unnecessary details
• Give the paragraph movement
• End the paragraph with a concluding sentence


E. Application Based Questions:

Srishti has to write a paragraph on the topic ‘Conservation of Environment’ for her assignment. She does not remember the assessment criteria for paragraphs. Help her to outline the grading criteria of a paragraph.

A Paragraph has following criteria:
1. Introduction (Including Title)
2. Support/Explanation
This is further divided into
• Content
• Expression (Fluency, Grammar, and Spelling)
• Sequencing
3. Conclusion

Akshay wrote a sentence, ‘I bought a HD television set’ in his English test, and the teacher marked it incorrect. Can you help him to write the correct sentence? Tell him the rules that he should follow while using articles in sentences.

The correct Sentence would be ‘I bought an HD television set’ because in Indefinite article ‘an’ performs the same function as ‘a’ but ‘an’ is used before singular countable nouns which begin with a vowel sound (a, e, i, o, u). Remember The initial sound is important, not the spelling. Therefore, they have the article ‘an’ before them.

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