Complete The Given Passage | Class 10 English Grammar Worksheets

Fill in the blanks. This class 10 English grammar worksheet tests your understanding of rules regarding the use of verbs, adjectives and tenses.

Class 10 English Grammar Worksheets

Stackable cars and foldable scooters may ………………… (also / well / good) be the
transport of tomorrow’s cities. They are energy efficient, …………………. (clean /
cleaner / cleanly), compact, simple and above all very cool. US researchers from
MIT’s Smart Cities project have already ……………… (build / built / building) a
prototype of the scooter, and ………………… (will / would) soon unveil one of the
cars in a bid to design the urban transport of the future.

The City Car is a stackable, electric, two-passenger vehicle, ………………. (design /
designed / designing) to be used in dense urban areas. The car will ……………….
(have / has / had) no steering wheel. All the essential mechanical systems will
……………….. (build / built / be built) in its wheels. For starters, there ………………
(is / was / has) no engine, at least in the traditional sense. The power ………………..
(comes / has come / would come) from devices called ‘Wheel Robots’,
…………………. (who / which / what) are self contained, digitally controlled robotic
wheels, complete with their own suspension and connections to the car body. This
design ………………. (eliminate / eliminates / is eliminating) the need for traditional
engine blocks, gearboxes, or even a steering wheel, plus it ………………… (is
allowing / allows / allowed) for extraordinary maneuverability: the wheels can turn
a full 360 degrees, making it a lot easier to park in really tight urban areas. The
traditional dash board will …………….. (replace / be replaced / be replacing) by
computer screens ……………….. (that / who / what) have sophisticated urban search
and navigation capabilities.

Solution

Stackable cars and foldable scooters may well be the transport of tomorrow’s
cities. They are energy efficient, clean, compact, simple and above all very cool.
US researchers from MIT’s Smart Cities project have already built a prototype of
the scooter, and will soon unveil one of the cars in a bid to design the urban
transport of the future.

The City Car is a stackable, electric, two-passenger vehicle, designed to be used in
dense urban areas. The car will have no steering wheel. All the essential
mechanical systems will be built in its wheels. For starters, there is no engine, at
least in the traditional sense. The power comes from devices called ‘Wheel
Robots’, which are self contained, digitally controlled robotic wheels, complete
with their own suspension and connections to the car body. This
design eliminates the need for traditional engine blocks, gearboxes, or even a
steering wheel, plus it allows for extraordinary maneuverability: the wheels can
turn a full 360 degrees, making it a lot easier to park in really tight urban areas.
The traditional dash board will be replaced by computer screens
that have sophisticated urban search and navigation capabilities.

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