क्लास 12th इंग्लिश एनसीआरटी सलूशन (NCERT Solutions For Class 12th English )

क्लास 12th इंग्लिश एनसीआरटी सलूशन (NCERT Solutions For Class 12th English )

NCERT solution Class 12th English :- दोस्तों आज हम आपको इस पोस्ट में class 12th के english के important question answer (NCERT solution) बताने वाले हैं जिससे कि आप अपनी परीक्षा में उत्तम अंको से पास हो सको यह प्रश्न उत्तर पूर्णता ब्लूप्रिंट के ऊपर आधारित है इस पोस्ट में आपको सभी चैप्टर्स के इंपोर्टेंट क्वेश्चन के साथ-साथ आपके लिए ग्रामर के इंपॉर्टेंट प्रश्न और important   advertisement , poster, notice, report, letter, application, eassy etc. आपके लिए इस पोस्ट में हम लेकर आये है ये प्रश्न उत्तर MP Board सत्र 2021-22 के लिए बहुत महत्वपूर्ण है इस वर्ष आपका जो सिलेबस प्रोड्यूस किया गया है उसको भी ध्यान में रखते हुए आपके लिए हम यह महत्वपूर्ण प्रश्न उत्तर लेकर आए हैं इस पोस्ट को पूरा अवश्य पढ़िए यह आपके परीक्षा के लिए बहुत ही लाभकारी सिद्ध् होगी।


ENGLISH

Important questions answers

FLAMINGO : PROSE

Lesson – 1

The Last Lesson

Que.1. What was Franz expected to be prepared with for school that day?

Ans. That day Franz was expected to be prepared with participles because M. Hamel had said that he would question them on participles.

Que 2. What had been put up on the bulletin-board ?

Ans. An order had come from Berlin to teach only German in the schools of Alsace and Lorraine. The Germans had put up this notice on the bulletin-board.

Que 3. How did Franz’s feelings about M. Hamel and school change ?

Ans. Franz came to know that it was the last lesson in French that M. Hamel would give them. From the next day they will be taught only German. He felt sorry for not learning his lessons properly.

His books, which seemed a nuisance and a burden earlier were now old friends. His feelings about M. Hamel also changed. He forgot all abour his ruler and how cranky he was.

Que 4.  How did M. Hamel pay a tribute to the French language ?

Ans. M. Hamel declared that French was the most beautiful language of the world. It was the clearest and the most logical of all the languages. He asked the people to guard it among themselves and never forget it. As long as people ‘hold fast to their language’ they have the key to freedom. Hence, they must love and respect their own language.

Lesson – 2
Lost Spring-Stories of Stolen Childhood

Que 1. What makes the city of Firozabad famous ?

Ans. The city of Firozabad is famous for its bangles. Every other family in Firozabad is engaged in making bangles. It is the center of India’s blowing industry. Families have spent generations working around furnaces welding glass, making bangles for the women in the land.

Que.2 -A young man in Firozabad is burdened under the baggage of Home worlds. What are they?

Ans. The two worlds that burden a young man in Firozabad include one of the family, caught in the web of poverty, burdened by the stigma of caste in  which they are born, the other a vicious circle of the sahukars, the middlemen,the policemen, the keepers of law, the bureaucrats and the politicians.

Que.3. Where has Saheb come from?

Ans.  Saheb’s mother said that once they lived in lived amidst the given fields of Dhaka. Natural calamities like cyciem storms made their lives unbearable. They swept away their fields and hones They were ruined. That is why they had to leave their fields and homes. Thus came to the big city and settled down in Seemapuri.

Lesson – 3
Deep water

Que.1.  What is the misadventure that William Douglas speaks about?

Ans. William Douglas speaks about the “misadventure that he experiences at the Y.M.C.A swimming pool. A big bully boy found him alone at the pool. He yelled, “Hi, Skinny !” Then he picked Douglas up and tossed him into deep end of the pool. He went at once the bottom and feared to be drowned. This ‘misadventure’ gave Douglas a lot of agony and trouble. It revived his fear of water.

Que.2.  How did this experience affect him ?

Ans. This experience revived his aversion to water. He shook and cried when he laid on his bed. He couldn’t eat that night. For days, there was a haunting fear in his heart. The slightest exertion upset him, making him wobbly in the knees and sick to his stomach. He never went back to the pool. He feared water and avoided it whenever he could.

Que.3.  Why was Douglas determined to get over his fear of water ?

Ans. The fear of water ruined his fishing trips, deprived him of the joy of canoeing, boating and swimming. He used every way he knew to overcome this fear he had developed since childhood. He determined to get an instructo and learn swimming to get over his fear of water.

Que.4.   How did Douglas overcome his fear of water ?

 Ans. Douglas took the help of an instructor to learn swimming, who worked on his fear very methodically. For three months, he was taken across the pool with the help of a rope. The instructor taught him to exhale underwater and inhale through raised nose. He made him kick his legs to make them relax. After about six months, Douglas could not only swim well but was also free of his fear to a great extent. He swam alone in the pool. He swam two miles across Lake Wentworth and the whole length to the shore and back of warm lake. Thus, he overcome his fear of water.

Lesson – 4
The Rattrap

Que.1. Why did he show the thirty kronor to the peddler ?

Ans. The crofter had told the peddler that by supplying his cow’s mik to the creamery, he had received thirty kronor in payment. The peddler samedi to doubt it, so, in order to assure him of the truth, he showed the thirty kronor to the peddler.

Que.2  What made the peddler think that he had indeed fallen in to Rattrap?

 Ans. He realised that he must not walk on the public highway with fire stolen money in his pocket, but must turn off the road, into the woods. It was a big and confusing forest. He kept walking without coming to the end of . Then he realised that he had fallen in the rattrap. He had let himself be fooled by a bait and had been caught in.

Que.3. When did the ironmaster realise his mistake ?

Ans.Next morning, the peddler was cleaned and well dressed. The valet had bathed him, cut his hair, and shaved him. He wore a white shirt and a starched collar and whole shoes which belonged to the ironmaster. It was impossible to mistake him for an old acquaintance now in broad day light

Que.4.Why did the ironmaster speak kindly to the peddler and invite him home?

Ans. The ironmaster took the peddler for an old acquaintance. He had seen the stranger in darkness. The ironmaster’s wife was dead. His boys were abroad. Only his eldest daughter was with him. They didn’t have any company for Christmas. So the ironmaster spoke kindly to the peddler and invited him home.

Lesson -5

Indigo

Que. List the places that Gandhi visited between his first meeting with Shukla and his arrival at Champaran

Ans. Gandhi’s first meeting with Shukla was at Lucknow. Then he went to Cawapore and other parts of India and returned to his ashram near Ahmedabad. Later, he went to Calcutta, Patna and Muzaffarpur before arriving at Champaran.

Que.2. Why did Gandhi agree to a settlement of 25 percent refund to the farmers ?

Ans. Gandhi explained that the amount of the refund was less important than the fact that the landlords had been obliged to surrender part of the money and, with it, part of their prestige. So, he agreed to the settlement of 25 per cent refund to the farmers.

Que.3  What was Gandhi’s politics intertwined with ?

Ans. The success of Champaran justified Gandhi’s style of politics.  Civil disobedience was the typical pattern of Gandhian politics. His ways and means were non-violent. His politics were intertwined with the day to day problems of the millions. In Champaran, he identified himself with the lot of poor and exploited peasants.

Que.4.  Why Gandhi chide the lawyers of Muzaffarpur ?

Ans. Muzaffarpur lawyer called in Gandhi to brief him. They had frequantly represented peasants in courts. Gandhi chided them for collecting fees from the poor sharecroppers. When peasants were so poor and crushed, it was inhuman to charge heavy fees from them.

Lesson – 6
(Reduced)

Lesson  – 7
The Interview

Que.1. What are some of the positive views on interviews ?

Ans. Interview, in the 130 years of its existence, has become an wherent part of journalism. It is a useful means of communication that is, at thes, considered to be an art, serving as a source of truth. Denis Brian has sted that in today’s world we get to know “our contemporaries through their interviews.

Que.2.  How does Umberto Eco explain his capacity of doing so much work?

Ans. Umberto tells the secret of his working style. People have a lot of empty spaces in their lives. He calls them interstices’ or intervals. He utilises and make use of them. This is the secret of success. He tells his interviewer that while he was waiting for his elevator to come up, he had already written an article.

Que.3 – Why did Rudyard Kipling refuse to be interviewed ?

 Ans. Rudyard Kipling refused the two reporters to be interviewed by them. He considered it an ‘immoral’ act. It was a crime. It was an offence against that person. It was nothing less than an assault. It was cowardly and vile.

FLAMINGO: POETRY

Poem – 1

My Mother at Sixty-six

Que.1. What is the kind of pain and ache that the poet feels ?

Ans. When the poet sees the pale and corpse-like face of her mother, her old familiar pain or the ache returns. Perhaps she has entertained this fear since her childhood. Ageing is a natural process and time and ageing spare none. Time and ageing have not spare poet’s mother. With this aging, separation and death become inevitable.

Que.2. Why has the mother been compared to the late winter’s moon?

Ans. The poet’s mother is sixty-six years old. Her shrunken ‘ashen’ face resembles a corpse. She has lost her shine and strength of youth. Similarly, the late winter’s moon looks hazy and obscure and lacks shine and strength.

Que.3. Why are the young trees described as “sprinting?

Ans. The poet is driving to the Cochin airport when she looks outside the young trees seem to be walking past them. With the speed of the car, the seem to be running fast. Poet presents a contrast between her “dozing’ old mother and ‘sprinting’ young trees.

Poem – 2
An Elementary School
Classroom in a Slum

Que.1. What does the poet want for the children of the slums ? How can their lives be made to change?

 Ans. The poet wants the people in authority to realise their responsibility towards the children of the slums. All sort of scoial injustice and class inequalities be ended by eliminating the obstacles that confine them to their ugly and filthy surroundings. Let them study and learn to express themselves freely. Then they will share the fruit of progress and prosperity and their lives will change for the better

Que.2. What does the poet Stephen Spender want to be done for the children of the school in the slum?

Ans. The poet wants these children to be removed from the dirty surroundings. New and open surrounding would provide ideal conditions for their learning.

They will then land in a world full of progress and prosperity. There will be no social injustice.

Poem – 3
Keeping Quiet

Que.1 Why does the poet ask us to keep still ?

Ans. Too much rush and activity has only brought misfortunes to mankind. Hence it is better to be quiet and still.

Que.2.  Do you think that Pablo Neruda advocates total inactivity and death?

 Ans. No,he doesn’t. He makes very clear that ‘stillness’ should not he confused and equated with total inactivity’. Total inactivity brings death. But Neruda has ‘no truck with death’. His stillness means cessation of hostile and harmful human activities.

Poem – 4

A Thing of Beauty

Que.1. Why is ‘grandeur’ associated with the mighty dead’ ?

Ans. The grandeur of the ‘mighty dead’ lies in their noble deeds. Bey have left behind the beautiful legacy of their brave acts. Their selfless sonifice for their nation and deeds for the welfare of mankind still continue to inspire us.

Que.2.  A thing of beauty is a joy forever.” Explain.

Ans. A thing of beauty is a constant and everlasting source of lawy and pleasure Time can’t fade its beauty as its loveliness increases with the passage of time (Example Painting of Mona Lisa), We medad pofakan

Poem – 5

A Roadside Stand

Que.1. What was the plea of the folk who had put up the roadside stand?

Ans. The rural folks pleaded pathetically for some customers to stop by and buy some of their goods. City folks used to pass by on this road and hence the rural folk set up the roadside stand to attract their attention and sell their goods.

Que.2. How many travellers stop for other reasons :

Ans. Some travellers stop to ask for directions some stop to use the toilets.

Que.3. Where was the stand situated and how was it made ?

Ans. The road stand was situated at one side of the road. A little house was extended and a shed was constructed to open it.

Poem – 6

(Reduced)

VISTAS

Lesson – 1
The Third Level
( Reduced )

Lesson – 2
The Tiger King

Que.1. Who is the Tiger King ? Why does he get that name?

Ans. The Maharaja of Pratibandpuram was called the Tiger King. This is because, at the time of his birth, the astrologers declared that the prince would have to die one day. The ten-day-old prince asked the astrologers to reveal the manner of his death.

The wise men were baffled at this miracle. The chief astrologer said that his death would come from a tiger. The young prince growled and uttered terrifying words : ‘Let tigers beware!’ He decided to kill the tigers. He, thus, got the name ‘Tiger King.

Que.2. What will the Maharaja do to find the required number of tigers

Ans. Within 10 years, the Maharaja was able to kill seventy tigers. Then the tiger population became extinct in the forests of Pratibandpuram. One day, the Maharaja sent for the dewan and told him that he had decided to get married. The dewan was to investigate if there was a girl, he could marry in the royal family of state with a large tiger population.

The dewan found the right girl from a state which possessed a large number of tigers. The Maharaja killed five or six tigers each time he visited his father-in-law. Thus, he was able to find the required number of tigers to kill. He shot ninety-nine tigers.

Que.3  How did the crown prince Jung Jung Bahadur grow up ?

Ans. The crown prince grew up just like other royal princes of Indian states. He grew taller and stronger day by day. He drank the milk of an English cow. He was brought up by an English nanny and tutored in English by a English man. He saw nothing but English films.

Que.4. Why did the Maharaja order the dewan to double the land tax?

Ans. Maharaja went out to find the hundredth tiger to hunt as at hillside village but the tiger could not be found. So, in anger, he ordered the dewan to double the land tax for the villagers of that village. 

Que.5. The Maharaja has faced many problems in pursuit of his mission. How did he resolve them?

Ans. The Maharaja focused all his energy and attention to his mission of killing one hundred tigers. He vowed that he would attend to all other matters only after killing one hundred tigers. The dangers and difficulties cropped up while he was on his mission. There were times when the bullet missed its mark. The tiger would leap upon him and he had to fight the wild beast with his bare hands. Luckily, each time the Maharaja won.

Once he was in danger of losing his throne because he did not permit a high-ranking British officer to hunt a tiger in the Pratibandapuram forest. He also did not accede to his request for being photographed with a gun on the carcass of a tiger killed by the Maharaja. The Maharaja had to part with a costly gift to placate his injured feelings and save his kingdom.

Lesson – 3
Journey to the End of the Earth

Que.1. What are the indications for the future of humankind ?

Ans. All thoughtless activities of humankind, such as increasing cities and megacities, cutting forests and turning those concrete jungles, careless burning of fossil fuel, depleting ozone and increasing carbon dioxide, global warming, melting ice caps and shields, our battle with other species for limited resources and other similar reckless activities point to a grim future for humankind.

Que.2. What are Geoff Green’s reason for including high school?

Ans. Geoff Green feels that students are the future generation of policy makers. They should be provided an opportunity to have this life-changing experience at a young age in order to foster a new understanding and respect for our planet.

It would help them to absorb, learn and act for the benefit of the planet. The youngsters still have the idealism to save the world and they need to understand that it belongs to them. So, to sensitize them, it is important to provide them the visible life-changing experience.

Que.3. What was the purpose of the visit to Antarctica ?

Ans. The purpose of the visit to Antarctica was to have a first-hand knowledge and experience about our earth. It was to understand the significance of Cordilleran folds, Ozone and Carbon. The aim was to see glaciers retreating and ice shelves collapsing. It was to realise how real was the threat of global warming and depletion of the ozone layer.

Que.4. What are ‘phytoplanktons’ ?

Ans. The microscopic phytoplankton are tall grasses of the sea. They nourish the entire Southern Ocean’s food chain. They are single-celled plants. They use the sun’s energy to assimilate carbon supplying oxygen. They synthesize organic compounds and cause photosynthesis.

Lesson – 4
The Enemy

Que.1.  What was Dr Sadae Where was his house?

Ans. De Sadao Hoki was an eminent Japanese surgeon and scientist. He had spent eight valuable years of his youth in America to leam all that could be learnt of surgery and medicine there. He was perfecting a discover which would render wounds entirely clean. De Sadao’s house was built on rocks well above a narrow beach tha was outlined with bent pines. It was on a spot of the Japanese coast

Que.2  What did Dr. Sadao and his wife do with the man?

Ans. Dr. Sadao was against handing over a wounded man to police. He decided to carry him into his house. He operated upon him and extracted the bullet from his body. He kept the white man in his house and he and his wife looked after him and fed him till he was strong enough to walk on his legs. 

Dr. Sadao and his wife, Hana, had told the servants that they only wanted to bring the man to his sense so that they could turn him over as a prisoner. They knew that the best possible course under the circumstance was to put him back into the sea.

Que.3. Where did Dr. Sadao and Hana meet?

Ans. Dr. Sadao and Hana met in America at a professor’s house by at all possible. But he had waited to fall in love with her until he was sure she was Japanese. They were married as per the old Japanese way.

Que.4. In what condition did Dr. Sadao and Hana find the white man at the seashore ?

Ans. Dr. Sadao and Hana saw something coming out of the mist from the sea on a cold night. He seemed to be a man. He staggered a few steps and then fell on his knees. He was a white man. He was badly wounded. Dr. Sadao saw a gun wound on his lower back. He was bleeding.

Lesson – 5

Should Wizard hit Mommy?

Que.1. Who is Jo ? How does she respond to her father’s story telling?

Ans. Jo or Joanne is a four-year-old daughter of Jack and Clare. For the last two years, her father has been telling her bedtime stories. Since these stories are woven around the same basic tale and have same characters and turn of events, Jo takes so many things for granted but takes active interest in the story-telling session.

Que.2  Why did Roger Skunk go in search of the wizard?

Ans. Roger Skunk smelled so badly that all other little animals ranay from him. The wise owl advised him to meet the wizard. Only he could help him and solve his problem by performing magic spells

.Que.3. Why did Jo want the wizard to hit Roger Skunk’s mommy?

Ans. Jo couldn’t digest that Roger Skunk is smelling bad again. She had deep sympathy with Roger Skunk. She wanted Roger to smell like roses again and play with other little animals. She held Roger Skunk’s stupid mommy responsible for making him smell bad again and thought that she must be punished. She wanted the wizard to hit that stupid mommy over her head.

Lesson – 6

On the Face of It

Que.1  Who is Mr. Lamb ? How does Derry get into his garden?

 Ans. Mr. Lamb is an old man with a tin leg.His real leg was blown off years ago during the war. He lives all alone in his house. There is a garden near the house. It has ripe crab apples looking orange and golden in colour. Derry climbs over the garden wall to get into his garden. Though the gate was open, the boy does not use it.

Que.2. How according to Derry, do people try to console those suffering from some physical impairment?

Ans. They ask the person to look at all those people who are in pain Then the person is asked to think of all those persons who are in worse condition than him.

Que.3. Why does Mr. Lamb leave his garden open ?

Ans. Mr. Lamb keeps his house and heart open to people. Anybody can enter his garden. His physical disability does not crush his openness and he is not alienated from the mainstream of life. He doesn’t believe in shutting things out or in. That is why there are no curtains at the windows of his house.


Lesson 7 and 8
( Reduced )

Grammer

Fill in the blanks

1.Prasha is ………..M.A. in english

Ans.  An

2. I met……………… European at sanchi stupa.

Ans.  an

.3……………Geeta is a holy book of hindus but it guides people of all religion.

Ans.  the

4 …………..sun rises in the east.

Ans.the

5.  Mr. Sharma is …………. M.L.A.

Ans.  An

6 . Gold is ………… Precious metal.

7.  When he was young…….Swim very well and won medals.

Ans. Could

8.   ………..I go now sir?

Ans. May

9.    I find………….. there

Ans.  No one

10.    Have we got …………. bread.

Ans. Any

11.    There are ………. Flowers in the garden.

Ans. Many

.12.    ……..God always  be with you 

Ans .  May

13.    We ………… Execute your plan at once.

Ans.   Can

14.    She does not find ……. friends.

Ans. many

15.    ………you get desired success in your exam.

Ans.  may

16.    ……….her soul rest in peace.

Ans.  may 

17.   …………..you lift this box for me ?

Ans.   Could

18. The sky is overcast. It ………rain any time.

Ans.  May

19.    We have got………… furniture but still we need a table.

Ans. Some

20.    She did not send me …………. news.

Ans.    any

21.   I bought a notebook and …..Paper.

Ans.   Some

22.    He did not find……..At the beach.

Ans.  Any one

23.   You will ……… to go to dehli to attend a family nN.unction.

Ans. Have

24.   Please wait ………..Me

Ans.  For 

25. V She is ……………….vacation

AnsOn

26.   She is concerned ………….her student.

Ans. about

27.    Are you a teacher………..This school.

Ans. at/in

28.  BDon’t be late ……….. School.

Ans. for

29.   It is so nice ……..Meet you.

Ans.   to

30.   Reema is elder ………..to me.

Ans.   to

31.   Are you the new student……………Bihar.

Ans. from

32.   Don’t run……….. the classroom.

 Ans.   in

33.    She is ……… delhi now.

Ans.   in

34.  My birthday is…………May

Ans.   in

35.    This book is very special……….. Me

Ans.   for

36.   Compare your answer ………..your partner.

Ans.   with

37.  Om is playing tennis…………. sunday.

Ans.   .on

38.   Priyanka’s birthday is ………… February.

Ans.  in

39.   Write ………. Me soon

Ans.  to

40.   ……….1996 , a great fire broke out ……. Mumbai.

Ans.   in,in


Do as directed.


1. .  She  (cook) for two hours.

(Write the correct form of verb given in  bracket)

Ans.  She has been cooking for two hours.


2.  When Kiran called I was (sleep).

(Use the correct form of the verb and rewrite the sentence.)

Ans.   When Kiran called I was sleeping

3.   They did their homework regulary.

( Change into negetive.)

Ans. They did not do their homework regulary.


4.  Sarda (play) chess since morning.

(Change into past perfect tense)

Ans. Sarda had been playing chess since morning.


5.  He does his duty.

( Change into negetive.)

Ans. He does not do his duty.


6.  Ravi put the beg on the table.

( Change into negetive.)

Ans. Ravi did not put the beg on the table.


7.  People speak English round the globe.

( Change into passive voice)

Ans.English is spoken all over the world.


8.  Someone has stolen my purse.

( Change into passive voice)

Ans. My purse has been stolen.

9.  An honest man is trusted by all.

( Change into active voice )

Ans.  All trust an honest man.

10. He makes tea

( Change into passive voice)

Ans. Tea is made by him.

11.  ……..spring arrives the flowers bloom.

Ans.   As soon as spring arrives the flowers bloom.

12.  Anuradha composed poetry

( Change into passive voice)

Ans. Poetry was composed by anuradha.

13.  The bag was yellow. The bag contained money.

Ans. The bag which was yellow contained money.

14.  She has completed her homework.

( Change into passive voice)

Ans. Her homework hs been completed by her.

15.  Who taught you German.

( Change into passive voice)

Ans.  By whom were you taught  German.

16.  The apple is too sour to eat.

(Rewrite using so…..that’ instead of too…To)

Ans. The apple is so sour that it cannot be eaten.

17.   They are playing cricket.

( Change into passive voice)

Ans. Cricket is being played by them.

18.  He is ill. He can’t go to office.

(Combine using adverb )

Ans. He can’t go to office because he is ill.

Rearrange the words to make sensible sentences :–

1.  Glitters /gold/ that /not/ . /Everything /is 

Ans. Everything that glitters is not gold.

2. children/won had prizes and felt parent/them of proud

Ans. Many children had won prizes and some parents felt proud

3.  The/ game/ teem/ and spirit /sports /. /inculcate

Ans. Sports and game inculcate the team spirit.

4.  Policy/ is the/ . /best/ honesty

Ans. Honesty is the best policy.

 5.  Hot /iron/ is/ the/ it /Strike/ . /while 

Ans. Strike the iron while it  is hot.

Section ‘B

Advertisement

Que.   Your father has been transferred to another city. You want to sell certain household goods. Design a suitable advertisement be published in a local newspaper. 

Ans :–

For Sale

1. Washing machine

Model TC 112.9

2004 Model

White coloured

2. Refrigerator

BPL 250 Litres

Model AC 15

2005 model, Maroon coloured

Both in excellent condition

Owner transferred

Cont. Mob: 9328795021

Poster

Que. Design an attractive and effective poster against the use of drugs.

Or

Prepare a poster on “say no to drugs.”

Ans :-


Que.  Design an attractive and instructive poster of the Delhi Police to educate and warn the people against unclaimed articles like dolls, tiffin boxes, suitcases, bags, transistors, mobiles lying in public
places/trains/ buses.

Ans :-

Notice
Que. You are secretary of the cultural activities of your school. Write an attractive notice giving information about the selectionof two participants from your school to take part in the inter-school debate competition.
NOTICE

Selection in Inter-School Debate Competition 20 Jan., 20….

The cultural club is organising an inter-school debate competition on the occasion of Republic Day. Two participants are to be selected to represent the school. Interested candidates should contact me on or before 25th Jan. at the Cultural Hall between 1p.m. to 2 p.m.

Mohan Das.     

Cultural Secretary

Que. You are Ankit Gautam. You have found a school bagi the play ground of your school. Prepare a “lost and found” notice.
.
Ans :-                      NOTICE

LOST AND FOUND

24 Dec., 20….
I, Ankit Gautam, R/o 49, Arera Colony, Bhopal, a student, have
found a black colour school bag containing some books and some other important documents. The owner of the bag may contact me and collect the same after giving satisfactory proof of his/her ownership.
Phone : (0755) 2596782
     

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Que. Write an article on “Importance of Trees/Forests” with the help of following input:
(1) Useful human lives, (2) Causes for rain: (3) Usefulness for all creatures; (4) Other importance: (5) Need and value: (6) Celebration of ‘Van Mahotsava.

Ans. Trees and forests are very useful for human life. They give us oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide which we exhale. Thus, they give us life. Further, they cause rains. They are useful for animals. Trees protect animals
from sun and rain. They supply timber for our furniture and buildings. They provide us fruits to eat. Their leaves are food for animals. We need trees and value them. Their sight refreshes our eyes. Unfortunately, for human use, they are being cut mercilessly. It has created ecological imbalance. For this, we
must plant trees wherever possible. During Van Mahotsav, plants are freely distributed. We must protect our forests, as they are a valuable treasure.
Que. Using the following input produce a write-up on ‘A Train Accident’:
(1) A bus collides with a train (2) Location, time, date of accident (3) Casualties and relief: (4) Dead and injured and reactions; (5) Blood donors: (6) Help of local people and high authorities,
Ans :-

A Train Accident

Today, at about 11 a.m. one bus collided with a running train. The accident occurred on a level crossing near village Nipania. The bus was running rapidly. The driver thought that he would cross the level crossing before the train arrives, but the train arrived and gave a great blow to the bus. The bus was overtured and it fell into a dry stream. There were many stones there. About 3 persons died on the spot, while 15 were injured seriously. Soon many people arrived and took the injured to a nearby hospital Several person offered their blood to be needy patients. The high district wuthorities too amived. Local people also offered their services. Really it was a serious accident.

 Letter writing

Que.  You are Rishi Mehra of 24, Sector 21, Chandigarh. Invite your friend Sujeet on the wedding of your elder brother. It is going to take place on 21st April, 2011 at Hotel Ranjeet.
Ans :-
24, Sector 21,
Chandigarh
17th March, 2011
Dear Sujeet,
I hope you are doing well there. I have not received any letter from you for a long time. Let me know the well-being of you and your family.
You will be happy to know that the wedding of my elder brother Parmanand is going to take place on 21th April, 2011. The arrangement of your stay has been done. I shall send you the formal invitation card having venue and other details of the functions soon.
Please do visit the ceremony. Waiting anxiously for your presence.
Sincerely yours
Rishi Mehra

Que. You are Mohit Verma, residing at 15, Abhinay English and General Knowledge for competitive exams. 
Ans :-
15, Abhinav Homes,
Raipur (C.G.)
20th Sep., 20….
Dear Harshit,
I hope you are doing well there.
It is very good news that you intend to appear in the competitive examinations. I wish you the best of luck.
      Competitive examinations are very challanging and demand hard labour. I advise you to give your full attention on the study of English and General Knowledge. English has become an essential
part of all good jobs. Similarly good General Knowledge is very necessary. I hope you will leave no stone unturned in this respect. Rest is fine.
Yours truly
Mohit


Application writing

Que. You are Priya Singh studying in Class XII in Govt Girls’ Higher Secondary School, Indore. Write an application for four days’ leave as you are sick.
Ans :-
To,
The Principal,
Govt. M.S. H.S. School,
Indore (M.P.)
Sir,
I am a student of class XII A of your school. I have been suffering from viral fever since last night. The doctor has advised me to take
bed rest for four days. Hence, I am unable to attend my classes for four days from 20 Sept. to 23 Sept.
Kindly grant me leave for four days.
Yours obediently
Priya Singh
Class XII A
20th September, 20…….
Que. Write a letter to the Collector/the S.P./S.D.M. of your district for imposing a restriction on the use of loudspeakers.
Ans :- 
30, Rajaswa Colony,
Jhabua (M.P.)
3rd March, 20……
The Collector/The Superintendent of Police/S.D.M.
District Jhabua
Jhabua (M.P.)
Sir,
I beg to state that our examinations are drawing near. I would like to draw your attention to the fact that people play on loudspeakers every occasion, for a long period and till late hours in the night. This
creates a lot of disturbance in our studies. Hence, I request you to impose a restriction on the use of loudspeakers till our examinations are over.
Thanking you.
Yours faithfully
Km. Suman Awasthi

Essay writing

1. Science in the Service of Man

Or

Science in Daily Life

Or

Our Daily Life and Science

Or

Man’s Journey of Life and Science

Or

Wonders of Science

Introduction –  The question that haunts a lot of people in our country is : Is a regular study of science a pre-requisite for cultivating scientific temper ?

The Scientific Approach— Before we try to answer this we need to ask and answer two more questions.

What is science ? And what is this scientific temper which our founding fathers wanted us to cultivate ? Science, as we understand it today, originated in the west in the form of alchemy which was the medieval form of chemistry concerned particularly with converting base metals into gold or finding universal elixir. Later, Sir Isaac Newton, an English mathematician and physicist, laid the foundation of classical physics. He was the greatest single influence until Einstein. The scientific method that evolved under his influence consists of (a) observation and recording of data, (b) generalisation and framing a hypothesis, and (c) experimentation to validate the hypothesis. If experimental proof supported the hypothesis, it was treated as a valid theory. Now, experimental proof is subject to human knowledge and standards of measurement available at the time.

         Hence, as time went by, older theories yielded place to newer ones. An example is Dalton’s Atomic Theory. It assumed that matter is made up of small indivisible particles called atoms. And it dominated for nearly a century. That it wasn’t the case was amply demonstrated by the atom bombs in 1945.

The Conclusion-  It is this aspect of scientific approach which is of utmost importance. It lays down that science does not claim to have the ultimate answer. Hence students and practitioners of science cannot afford to be dogmatic. This implies that a person who depends on reason to believe or not to believe something and is not dogmatic in his approach will be thought of as having scientific temper. And for this it is not necessary to pursue a regular study of science as this is the core of our Indian tradition.

   Covid -19 : Effect on Teacher’s and Students Life

Introduction –  Since 2020, it is a new world for teachers students of virtual lectures and worksheets. The long lockdown for the Covid-19 pandemic has closed schools, colleges and other educational institutions.

E-learning poses a challenge to both teachers and students over teachnology. It is keeping everyone busy with wok-sheets, video-lectures and assignments.

Effect on Teachers Life – Teachers were trained to take classes as in traditional manner. Most teacher were not technically trained and equipped with their personal laptops. Most teachers find it difficult to cope with online teaching. Lack of familiarity with technology forced them to seek help from their children to set up apps and deal with technical problems as it was important for them to provide quality education to their students.

Role of Institutions – Some institutions are uploading lectures on You-Tube while some are deploying on ‘Swayam Prabha Portal’ which has lectures on DTH to help students. Most of the state governments have adopted to Zoom app and Google classrooms.

Effect on Students Life – Initially students were happy about the lockdown, they were enjoying the whole day playing games, watching movies till night. Schools and colleges all were closed gradually online classes started. There was a complete change in the situation of the class’s atmosphere. After a month, students realised that this virus is not a blessing to students. They took time to adjust to online mode of education.

Advantages –  Students can use their quality time in studying and the other activities in which they are interested. They can spend time with family, grandparents and cousins, as everyone is doing working from home. They can watch movie together and do craft work. They can plan for their future. Time of transportation, sports, chatting with friends was saved.

Disadvantages  – Online classes affect the eyes of the students due to long hours in front of the screen. In online classes, the adoption rate is 40-50% whereas in classroom it used to be 80-90%. The small children do not have the ability to sit for a longer time. Poor children do not have access to laptops and computers. There are no exams which will affect the future of children.

Conclusion- Because of COVID-19 pandemic, children are glued to computers and smart phones. It is unfair to expect the same level of concentration and involvement as in the classroom. Since the whole family is at home, parents are also working from home as well. This pandemic has disturbed the whole education system.

Note :― दोस्तों उम्मीद करते है आपको हैैै हमारी पोस्ट पसंद आई हो इस पोस्ट में आपको अंग्रेजी विषय की सभी इंंपोर्टेट क्वेश्चन आंसर उपलब्ध हैं इस पोस्टट को अपने सभी दोस्तोंं मे शेयर अवश्य करें ।

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