(i) Match words under A with their meanings under B. 

A B
remote difficult to overcome
means most prominent
dominant                           be overcome/overpowered
formidable method(s)
overwhelmed far away from

(ii) Fill in the blanks in the sentences below with appropriate words from under A.

(a) There were ............ obstacles on the way, but we reached our destination safely.

(b) We have no ............ of finding out what happened there.

(c) Why he lives in a house ............from any town or village is more than I can tell.

(d) ............by gratitude, we bowed to the speaker for his valuable advice.

(e) The old castle stands in a.............position above the sleepy town.

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Solution :-

(i)

A B
remote far away from
means method(s)
dominant most prominent
formidable difficult to overcome
overwhelmed       be overcome/overpowered

(ii)

(a) There were formidable obstacles on the way, but we reached our destination safely.

(b) We have no means of finding out what happened there.

(c) Why he lives in a house remote from any town or village is more than I can tell.

(d) Overwhelmed by gratitude, we bowed to the speaker for his valuable advice.

(e) The old castle stands in a dominant position above the sleepy town.

Answered by Sakshi | 1 year ago

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