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1. Complete each of the sentences which follow by choosing the correct answer from the alternatives given :
(i) “The young lady stepped close to the expert” ___ The ‘young lady’ was
(a) Miss Bennet (b) Miss Smith (c) Miss Sullivan (d) Miss Raby
(ii) The man who was sitting on the bench near the writer was a
(a) cotton merchant (b) tobacco merchant (c) hide merchant (d) wheat merchant
2. Answer the questions which follow (each in about 30 words)
“The idea originated with Ram Saran” ___ What was the idea and how was it carried out ?
3. Answer the question which follow (in about 50 words) : Q. What were the Christmas Day celebrations at Mokameh Ghat ?
4. Answer the question which follow (in about 30 words)
Q. How does Nature lead us to an unknown world ?
5. Answer the question which follow (in about 50 worlds) :
Bring out the significance of the title of the poem
“Where The Mind Is Without Fear”.
6. Answer the question which follow (in about 30 words) :
Q. How was the convict treated in the prison ?
7. Answer the question which follow (in about 50 worlds):
Q. Sketch the character of Bishop.
8. Rewrite the sentences which follow as directed, without changing their meaning.
i) Move him into the Sun. ( Change the voice)
ii) In many cases environmental plunder is an infringement of distributive justice (Use the verb form of ‘infringement’)
iii) ‘Into that heaven of freedom let my country awake’ (Turn into indirect)
iv) Nature deals with us and takes away our playthings one by one. (Turn into a simple sentence)
v) All of this was very primitive. (Make it negative)
B. Fill in the blanks with appropriate articles and prepositions :
____ me ____ young man ____ England who had recently joined ____ railway and who had been sent ____ me ____ study the system of work.
C. With each of the following wh−words, frame a question in such a way that the answer matches the given content :
i) How : Content : Work at the start had been very strenuous for us.
ii) What : Content : Environmental degradation has compromised many improvements.
9.Write a letter within 120 words to the editor of an English daily about the importance of afforestation (the planting of trees) (cause of rainfall −− prevention flood −− balances O2 and CO2 −− preservation of life on earth)
10. Write a summary of the passage which follows in about 100 words :
The historian is a person whose questions are about the past. He is generally supposed to be a person whose question are exclusively about the past, about a past, namely, that is dead and gone, and in no sense at all living on into the present. This is a delusion. The historian cannot answer questions about the past unless he has evidence about it. His evidence, if he has it, must be something existing here and now in his present world. If there were a past event which had left no trace of any kind in the present world it would be a past event for which now there was no evidence and nobody −− no historian −− could know nothing about it. The past which a historian studies is not a dead past but a past which in some sense is still living in the present. There are in history no beginnings and no endings. History books begin and end, but the events they describe do not.
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