Class 12 Grammar Solution Unit 1 to 20 | Compulsory English

 

Class 12 Grammar Solution Unit 1 to 20 | Compulsory English

Welcome to Class 12 Grammar Guide of Compulsory English, brought to you by The SR Zone. 

Here, you will get the Class 12 English Grammar Solution from chapter 1 to chapter 20. 

Click on any chapter's name and you will instantly be taken to the page with it's grammar exercise solution.


Unit 1 Question Tag Exercise

Unit 2 Modal Verbs Exercise

Unit 3 Use of Few/Little/ A Few Exercise

Unit 4 Subject Verb Agreement Exercise

Unit 5 Connectives Exercise

Unit 6 Questions Exercise

Unit 7 Adverbs Exercise

Unit 8 Adjectives and Adverbs Exercise

Unit 9 Reported Speech Exercise

Unit 10 Conditional Sentences Exercise

Unit 11 Passive-Active Voice Exercise

Unit 12 Passive Voice Exercise

Unit 13 Prepositions Exercise

Unit 14 Connectives Exercise

Unit 15 Conjunctions Exercise

Unit 16 Relative Clause Exercise

Unit 17 Past Tenses Exercise

Unit 18 Prepositions Exercise

Unit 19 Used to Verb Exercise

Unit 20 Adjective Order Exercise 


About this Grammar Guide :

Class 12 English book Grammar is very important in the final exam. We included the notes of all the lessons of class 12 English in the previous article, because all the notes are in one place, that article might not be very effective for students who are only looking for grammar. So, today's article is going to focus only in Grammar part of the Book.

The grammar topics that are covered in the book of Class 12 English are as follow:

Unit

Title

Reading

Grammar

Page

1

Critical Thinking

Know Thyself

Question tag

1

2

Family

Family

Modal verbs

9

3

Sports

Euro 2020

Determiners and quantifiers

17

4

Technology

Hyperloop

Subject verb agreement

27

5

Education

A Story of My Childhood

Connectives

36

6

Money and Economy

QR Code

Questions

44

7

Humour

Why do We Laugh Inappropriately?

Adverbs

53

8

Human Culture

Land of Plenty

Adjectives and adverbs

61

9

Ecology and Environment

Living in a Redwood Tree

Reported speech

69

10

Career Opportunities

Presenting Yourself

Conditional sentences

79

II

Hobbies

On Walking

Passive voice

88

12

Animal World

The Medusa and the Snail

Passive voice

97

13

History

After the World Trade Centre

Prepositions Future tenses

104

14

Human Rights

"I am Sorry" The Hardest Three Words to Say

Connectives

114

15

Leisure and Entertainment

A Journey Back in Time

Miscellaneous agreements

122

16

Fantasy

The Romance of a Busy Broker

Relative clause

130

17

War and Peace

Train to Pakistan

Past tenses

140

18

Music and Creation

A Life of Sound and Silence

Prepositions

150

19

Migration and Diaspora

Dediasporization : Homeland and Hostland

Would/used to

160

20

Power and Politics

An Open Letter to Mary Daly

Adjective order

170



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