Articles Worksheet For Classes 9 and 10

Complete the following passage by using a, an or the.

This romantic life in Kashmir was drawing to its end after three glorious months. Miss Joan was leaving (a) ……….. week earlier than Mrs. Rhodes, and about two days before she left I took her alone to (b) ………… hotel for dinner. We walked to (c) …………. hotel in perfect silence, (d) ……………. silence so heavy that I could hardly breathe. (e) ………… hotel seemed to be far away and yet not far enough. On (f) ………….. way home there was (g) …………….. bridge over (h) …………. canal to be crossed. She stopped on (i) ……………….. bridge without (j) ………….. word, so I stopped beside her looking on to (k) ………. calm water of (l) …………. canal shining between (m) ………… gigantic chenar trees. In (n) …………. distance (o) ……….. gramophone was playing and (p) ……….. music floated over (q) ……… water. We stood for (r) ……… long time without saying (s) ……………… word to each other.

Answers

This romantic life in Kashmir was drawing to its end after three glorious months. Miss Joan was leaving (a) a week earlier than Mrs. Rhodes, and about two days before she left I took her alone to (b) a hotel for dinner. We walked to (c) the hotel in perfect silence, (d) a silence so heavy that I could hardly breathe. (e) The hotel seemed to be far away and yet not far enough. On (f) the way home there was (g) a bridge over (h) the canal to be crossed. She stopped on (i) the bridge without (j) word, so I stopped beside her looking on to (k) the calm water of (l) the canal shining between (m) the gigantic chenar trees. In (n) the distance (o) a gramophone was playing and (p) the music floated over (q) the water. We stood for (r) a long time without saying (s) a word to each other.

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