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NEB Grade XII Compulsory English Note | Language Development | Unit- 10 Presenting Yourself | Writing and Grammar (Conditional Sentences)

NEB Grade XII Compulsory English Note | Language Development | Unit- 10 Presenting Yourself | Writing and Grammar (Conditional Sentences)

Writing

Study the following advertisement. Write an application for one of the positions (Civil Engineer, Sub-Engineer and Site Supervisor). Prepare your CV too that suits for the job.

Nadipur, Pokhara

April 16, 20222

The Hiring Manager

MM Construction Pvt. Ltd

Kathmandu

Dear Sir,

I am applying for the position of Civil Engineer, advertised in the Kathmandu Post, on April 14, 2022. My qualification and experience allow me to offer myself as an appropriate candidate for the aforementioned position.


I am a BE graduate from Western Regional College, Pokahara. As a civil engineer, I worked in B & B Construction Company for six years. During the time, my major Responsibilities were designing maps, and survey construction sites. I have also been a part of multiple projects, including ones that focused on the maintenance of several roads and the design of bridges.


As an ambitious and capable individual, I have gained expertise in almost every corner of the construction profession. I would appreciate the opportunity to join an esteemed and reputable construction firm such as yours.

I have enclosed herewith the copies of my certificates and CV for your perusal.


Thank you for your time and consideration. I am looking forward to discussing more in person.

Sincerely,

Raj Gurung

Er. Raj Gurung

Pokhara

+977 9800000000

rajgurung@gmail.com

PROFILE

I am an Engineering graduate with a background in civil engineering and some valuable experience of designing maps. I’m looking for a rewarding position that will allow me to build on my knowledge and qualifications.

EDUCATION

2009 – 2013 Western Regional College, Tribhuvan University, Bachelor in Civil Engineering

2006- 2008 Amarsingh Higher Secondary School, HSEB, 10+2 in Science

1995 - 2005 Manohar Higher Secondary School, class Nursery to SLC

EMPLOYMENT

Feb 2014 – Jan 2020: Engineer, B & B Construction Company, Nepal (Major Responsibilities: Designing

Maps and Survey construction sites)

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

• Fluent English, Nepali and Hindi.

• Good at graphic design and other basic software, e.g. MS Word; Ms Excel; Adobe PageMaker 7.0; MS PowerPoint; Adobe Photoshop; Freehand Mx; Tally; Nepali and English Typing; and Email and Internet.

REFERENCES

Er. Bachan Joshi

President

Public Engineering Council, Nepal

+977 9800000000

Grammar

Conditional sentences

B. Rewrite the following sentences using the correct form of the verbs.

a. If you sell your stocks now, you ………much money for them. (not/get)

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Answer:
If you sell your stocks now, you will not get much money for them.

b. A lot of people would lose job if the factory ……….(close down)
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Answer:
A lot of people would lose job if the factory closed down.

c. Our country won’t have to export wheat if it ……………………in November and February. (rain)
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Answer:
Our country won’t have to export wheat if it rains in November and February.

d. If we……………..him earlier, we could have saved his life. (find)
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Answer:
If we had found him earlier, we could have saved his life.

e. If he had not been wearing helmet, he …………..seriously injured. (be)
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Answer:
If he had not been wearing helmet, he would have been seriously injured.

f. Unless you follow the instructions, you …………….pass the exams. (not/ pass)
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Answer:
Unless you follow the instructions, you will not pass the exams.

f. I don’t mind walking home as long as the weather ……..fine. (be)
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Answer:
I don’t mind walking home as long as the weather is fine.

g. The bank will sanction you the loan provided you ……. a collateral. (deposit)
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Answer:
The bank will sanction you the loan provided you deposit a collateral.

i. What ……………if you had not got this job? (you/do)
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Answer:
What would you have done if you had not got this job?

j. If you had the choice, where ……………? (you/live)
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Answer:
If you had the choice, where would you live?

C. Change the following sentences into ‘if sentences’.

a. The driver was talking on the phone so the accident happened.
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Answer:
If the driver had not talked on the phone, the accident would not have happened.

b. There is no anyone at home because all the lights are off.
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Answer:
There would be someone at home if all lights were not off.

c. He must be an educated person because he has subscribed ‘The Kathmandu Post.’
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Answer:
If he were an educated person, he would not subscribe ‘The Kathmandu Post.’

d. His head was not injured in the accident because he had put the helmet on.
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Answer:
His head would have been injured in the accident if he had not put the helmet on.

e. I am sure he passed the exam because he gave a heavy treat to his friends.
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Answer:
If he had not passed the exam, he would not have given a heavy treat to his friends.

f. You didn’t take any breakfast so you are hungry now.
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Answer:
If you took any breakfast, you wouldn't be hungry.

g. I am sure he is a doctor because he is wearing the white gown.
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Answer:
If he weren't a doctor, he wouldn't wear the white gown.

h. She is very rich so she drives a Mercedes.
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Answer:
If he were not rich, he wouldn't drive a Mercedes.

i. I didn’t know it was only half a kilometer from my house, so I booked a ride.
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Answer:
If I had known it was only half a kilometer from my house, I wouldn't have booked a ride.

j. He has hidden something in his mind, so he does not look fresh.
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Answer:
If he didn't hide something in his mind, he would look fresh.

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