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Solution Notes Oxford Progressive English Book 9 Answer Book


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Solution Notes Oxford Progressive English Book 9 Answer Book

For the students of 9 & 10, Solution Notes Oxford Progressive English Book 9 Rachel Redford key book is shared for helping them in their studies. Each job is done with care and accuracy to increase your chances of gaining maximum marks in exams.

Unit 1 Snakes

Vocabulary exercise: These exercises are very good way to improve the English speaking power of students at each level.

Synonyms from text are as follows available at Page 5:
a) entangled (Past participle of the verb entangle)
b) satan (mean adversary, it is a Latin word)
c) hypnotized (Past participle of hypnotize which means capturing or getting attention of someone)
d) clan (it is a noun which means a large family)
e) flicking (gerund of flick which means strike with immediate movement).
f) ghastly (it is an adjective which means causing great fear).

Keybook/ Solution of Specialist vocabulary exercise which is available at Page 9.
a) anticoagulant (it is an adjective which means a druf which is used to slow down the effect of the blood in forming the clot).
b) blood pressure
c) anatomical apparatus (anatomical means study of body structure)
d) tailored (means customized)
e) natural pharmacology

Silent ‘b’ exercise at Page 5. Some words contain alphabets which are not pronounced while speaking such as:
a) lamb; lambing or lambing time (means the time when female sheeps give birth.)
b) a plumber (it is spoken like plumer, b is silent)
c) long-limbed
d) crumbs (spoken like crumz)
e) dumb (spoken like dum and its meaning is unwilling to speak).

Grammar Exercise at Page # 6

The present perfect tense structure is as follows:

Subject + has/ have + verb 3rd form + object

The past perfect tense structure is as follows:

Subject + had + verb 3rd form + object

a.has seen
b.had gone
c.has learned / has learnt (both learned and learnt forms of the verb learn are acceptable)
d. have made
e.has visited
f.had hit

Another Vocabulary exercise available at Page 15, question 2
a) broach (means raise for further discussion)
b) mammoth (a hairy type of elephant)
c) ostensibly (not deceptively)
d) adamant (it is a adjective and noun and its meaning is impossible to persuade)
e) unfazed

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