Important Pair of Words With Sentences for 1st Year

Set # 1

These are some pairs of words which are frequently used in our daily life and constantly repeated in the fifth and eight classes examinations of punjab sindh kpk balochistan boards. Students can avail from these sentences which are given below in a table form. These are also most benefits for the pec guess papers of science group and model papers issued by punjab examination and federal board. These commonly used words are mostly lead by the gujranwala , multan,  faisalabad and lahore boards.

WORDSSENTENCES
 Dependent
Dependant
 My parents are dependent on me.
Although he has ten dependants, he is quite happy.
 Desirable
Desirous
 Your behaviour in the meeting was not desirable.
He is desirous to settle in Makkah.
 Doubt
Suspect
 We cannot doubt his honesty.
Even his enemies never suspect his truthfulness.
 Draught
Drought
 It is good to drink water in many draughts.
We are facing the danger of drought this year.
 Drop
Droop
 Our fielders dropped many easy catches.
He drooped to the lowest level of immorality.
 Economic
Economical
 The economic condition of our country is not so good.
He spends money in an economical way.
 Effective
Efficient
 This injection is effective against malaria.
Efficient workers are respected everywhere.
 Emigrate
Immigrate
 Many Pakistanis have emigrated to England.
Western Countries do not allow people to immigrate.
 Emigrant
Immigrant
 The number of Afghan emigrants has increased.
The American government discourages immigrants.
 Empire
Umpire
 The Ottoman Empire reflected the true Islamic culture.
The third umpire revised the decision.
 Empty
Vacant
 The glass is empty.
There is no vacant room in the hotel.
 Enviable
Envious
 His result is enviable
I am envious of the performance of my elder brother.
 Enviable
Insure
 He ensured me of his help.
The car is insured.
 Essay
Assay
 Write an essay on “My Best Friend”.
we assayed to climb the hill
 Excite
Incite
 The players were quite excited in the final.
Do not incite the people against the government.
 Exclude
Include
 He was excluded from the team for his misconduct.
His proposal includes many good points.
 Explicit
Implicit
 His conduct is as explicit as the daylight.
Try to get to the implicit message of the writer.
 Expression
Impression
 This poem is the true expression of the poet’s feelings.
The first impression is the last impression.
 Fatal
Fateful
 Protect your children from fatal diseases.
The Second World War proved fateful.
 Fly
Flee
 The seagull flew in the air.
We forced the enemy to flee
 Fog
Folk
Fake
 Fog delayed our arrival.
Our folktales are very interesting.
Some of our parliamentarians are fake degree holders.
 Formerly
Formally
 Hand-woven cloth was formerly very popular.
The agreement will be formally announced tomorrow.
 Forward
Foreward
 At last he took a step forward.
He has written a foreward to this book.
 Four
Fore
 A cow has four legs.
The result was fore-told by the media a week ago.
 Freedom
Liberty
We won freedom in 1947.
Don’t give your children a lot of liberty.
 Gentle
Genteel
 He is gentle in his behaviour.
Quaid-e-Azam lived a genteel life
 Ghostly
Ghastly
 This dog has ghostly appearance.
Unfortunately, his behaviour is so ghastly
 Humility
Humiliation
 His greatest quality was his humility.
He had to suffer a lot of humiliation in the election.
 Healthy
Healthful
 He is quite healthy even in his old age.
Morning walk is a healthful activity.
 Hop
Hope
 He started hopping with joy.
We hope we will succeed.
 Imaginary
Imaginative
 This story is purely imaginary.
Wordsworth was an imaginative poet.
 Imperial
Imperious
 The king had to surrender all his imperial authority.
He treats his subordinates in an imperious way.
 Imply
Infer
 What does this statement imply?
I can infer that you are interested in this scheme.
 Incredible
Incredulous
 Don’t listen to him, his story is incredible.
It is difficult to convince such incredulous people.
 Ingenious
Ingenuous
 Everyone appreciated his ingenious plan.
Ingenuous people are trusted by everyone.
 Injection
Injuction
 This injection is effective against malaria.
Interest is against Islamic injunctions.
 Insensible
Senseless
 Insensible friends always pose problems.
The Oldman was found senseless on the road.
 Illicit
Elicit
 They were charged for illicit drug sale.
We could not elicit any response from the class.
 Intelligent
Intelligible
 Salma is a very intelligent girl.
His lecture was not clear and intelligible.
 Interesting
Interested
 We enjoyed this interesting story.
I am not interested in sports.
 Intolerable
Intolerant
 His harsh attitude was intolerable.
Intolerant people create problems for others.
 Judicial
Judicious
 Liaqat is facing a judicial inquiry.
It was a judicious decision.
 Junction
Juncture
 Khanewal is a big Railway junction.
He helped us at a critical juncture.
 Jealous
Envious
 I am not jealous of your success.
One should be envious, rather than jealous of anyone
 Kettle
Cattle
 Kettle, She is preparing tea in the kettle.
His uncle has a big cattle farm.
 Knotty
Naughty
 He is wise enough to solve such knotty problems.
The teacher punished the naughty boys.
 Less
Fewer
 My college is less than a mile from my house.
There were fewer boys in the class today
 Mental
Mantel
Mantle
 This mental work will tire you.
I saw his portrait on the mantel.
These hills are wearing a mantle of snow.
 Message
Massage
 Please give my message to your father.
Massage gives relaxation to the tired body.
 Momentary
Momentous
We should not go after momentary joys of life.
The Battle of Badr was a momentous event.

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