October 12, 2018

ATTITUDE IS ALTITUDE - GRAPHIC ORGANIZER REPRESENTATION - VOCABULARY

ATTITUDE IS ALTITUDE - GRAPHIC ORGANIZER REPRESENTATION - VOCABULARY
COMPLETE LESSON IN A DIFFERENT WAY BY 
MS. SALVAJI KALYANI S.A. (ENG)

                          
                               Here is a complete lesson of 'Attitude is Altitude' using graphic organizers and the complete vocabulary along with antonyms and synonyms. Really it will make you happy to use to make our children better understanding the text. This material will help the children in answering comprehension questions, vocabulary questions and also creative expression i.e., discourses. We are all thankful to Ms. Salvaji Kalyani (S.A. Eng) Mancherial for her contribution to the world of English. Thank you mam.

ATTITUDE IS ALTITUDE - GRAPHIC ORGANIZER REPRESENTATION - VOCABULARY
COMPLETE LESSON IN A DIFFERENT WAY BY 
MS. SALVAJI KALYANI S.A. (ENG)

                          
                               Here is a complete lesson of 'Attitude is Altitude' using graphic organizers and the complete vocabulary along with antonyms and synonyms. Really it will make you happy to use to make our children better understanding the text. This material will help the children in answering comprehension questions, vocabulary questions and also creative expression i.e., discourses. We are all thankful to Ms. Salvaji Kalyani (S.A. Eng) Mancherial for her contribution to the world of English. Thank you mam.

September 13, 2018

ANTONYMS AND SYNONYMS FOR CLASS 10


ANTONYMS AND SYNONYMS FOR CLASS 10


What are synonyms?
Synonym /ˈsɪnənɪm /: A synonym is a word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language.
For example:
·         Beautiful: Attractive, Pretty, Lovely, Stunning
·         Fair: Impartial, Unbiased, Just
·         Funny: Humorous, Comical, Hilarious, Hysterical

What are antonyms?

Antonym /ˈantənɪm/: An antonym is a word opposite in meaning to another
For example:
·         Divide – Unite
·         Drunk – Sober
·         Expand – Contract

Note: Choose the antonym or synonym of a particular word according to its part of speech and tense in the sentence.

Eg:       Despite these disadvantages (1) he excelled in life.
Find antonym for the underlined word.
Ans:  advantages (plural noun)

How to get command over antonyms and synonyms?
You might have used a dictionary. It meant to get meaning, pronunciation, usage, part of speech of a word. But it is a little difficult to get antonym or synonym for a word from a dictionary.
There comes the existence of thesaurus. It meant to get synonyms and sometimes antonyms for a word.
Suggestion: When you read a lesson from textbook you read for the gist of the passage at first. When you read the same second time you may concentrate on each incident and event and try to think beyond the lines. Then you will try to answer the question under comprehension section. But now to find new vocabulary you should read the same text again concentrating on some thematic words and underline them or list them. Then find the antonyms and synonyms from thesaurus. Finally make use of different synonyms and antonyms in your own sentences either in oral or written.


Practice these questions from your textual lessons (SYNONYMS)
1. Read the paragraph and write the synonyms of the under lined words choosing from the words given in the box.
I was born into a middle-class Tamil family in the island town of Rameswaram in the erstwhile (a) Madras State. My father, Jainulabdeen , had neither much formal education nor much wealth; (b) despite these disadvantages (c) , he possessed great innate wisdom and a true generosity (d) of spirit.
(a) _____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________
2. Read the paragraph and write the synonyms of the under lined words choosing from the words given in the box.
They will germinate (a) and they will know these are the seedlings (b) from the seeds they planted and we gave them plastic bags to be able to put those seedlings and to nurture (c) them and when they were about half a meter long then they could go and transplant them on their farms (d).
(a) _____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________
3. Read the paragraph and write the synonyms of the under lined words choosing from the words given in the box.
4. In fact, carrying the trunk should not have been such a worry for me except that my education had made me shun (a) physical (b) labour (c). After all, I was a government officer and the idea of people seeing me carry my own luggage was not at all amusing (d).
(a) _____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________
5. Read the paragraph and write the synonyms of the under lined words choosing from the words given in the box.
6. He looked utterly (a) downcast as I shifted (b) to my seat in the last row (c). The image of weeping him when I shifted to the last row left a lasting (d) impression on me.
(a) _____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________


Practice these questions from your textual lessons (ANTONYMS)
1. Read the paragraph and write the antonyms of the underlined words.
Ray was in the first (a) governing body and after a few terms readily agreed (b) to be the institute’s adviser. Roberge arranged most of the initial (c) funding from Canadian agencies. “I had no reservations applying for them, for I feel richer (d) countries in the West are indebted to countries like India,” he said.
(a)_____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________
2. Read the paragraph and write the antonyms of the underlined words. We were walking up (a) a narrow (b) hilly road, and neither of us uttered a word as if we were strangers (c) who spoke different (d) languages. I did not know what was going on in his mind. From time to time it crossed my mind that it was improper for me to let Father carry the luggage.
(a) __________ (b) ____________ (c) _____________ (d) ___________
3. Read the paragraph and write the antonyms of the underlined words.
"In these three films Ray was at his most personal and when some critics saw the films as didactic and verbose (a), he felt deeply (b) hurt. For, in these last films, Satyajit was directly(c) talking to us, conveying his personal (d) message on society and civilization.
(a) _____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________
4. Read the paragraph and write the antonyms of the underlined words.
Our area, being isolated(a), was completely(b) unaffected (c) by the war. But soon India was forced to join the Allied Forces and something like a state of emergency was declared. The first casualty came in the form of the suspension of the train halt (d) at Rameswaram station.
(a)_____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________

   for LIST OF 405 POSSIBLE SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMS FROM CLASS 10 ENGLISH click the link below to download



ANTONYMS AND SYNONYMS FOR CLASS 10


What are synonyms?
Synonym /ˈsɪnənɪm /: A synonym is a word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language.
For example:
·         Beautiful: Attractive, Pretty, Lovely, Stunning
·         Fair: Impartial, Unbiased, Just
·         Funny: Humorous, Comical, Hilarious, Hysterical

What are antonyms?

Antonym /ˈantənɪm/: An antonym is a word opposite in meaning to another
For example:
·         Divide – Unite
·         Drunk – Sober
·         Expand – Contract

Note: Choose the antonym or synonym of a particular word according to its part of speech and tense in the sentence.

Eg:       Despite these disadvantages (1) he excelled in life.
Find antonym for the underlined word.
Ans:  advantages (plural noun)

How to get command over antonyms and synonyms?
You might have used a dictionary. It meant to get meaning, pronunciation, usage, part of speech of a word. But it is a little difficult to get antonym or synonym for a word from a dictionary.
There comes the existence of thesaurus. It meant to get synonyms and sometimes antonyms for a word.
Suggestion: When you read a lesson from textbook you read for the gist of the passage at first. When you read the same second time you may concentrate on each incident and event and try to think beyond the lines. Then you will try to answer the question under comprehension section. But now to find new vocabulary you should read the same text again concentrating on some thematic words and underline them or list them. Then find the antonyms and synonyms from thesaurus. Finally make use of different synonyms and antonyms in your own sentences either in oral or written.


Practice these questions from your textual lessons (SYNONYMS)
1. Read the paragraph and write the synonyms of the under lined words choosing from the words given in the box.
I was born into a middle-class Tamil family in the island town of Rameswaram in the erstwhile (a) Madras State. My father, Jainulabdeen , had neither much formal education nor much wealth; (b) despite these disadvantages (c) , he possessed great innate wisdom and a true generosity (d) of spirit.
(a) _____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________
2. Read the paragraph and write the synonyms of the under lined words choosing from the words given in the box.
They will germinate (a) and they will know these are the seedlings (b) from the seeds they planted and we gave them plastic bags to be able to put those seedlings and to nurture (c) them and when they were about half a meter long then they could go and transplant them on their farms (d).
(a) _____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________
3. Read the paragraph and write the synonyms of the under lined words choosing from the words given in the box.
4. In fact, carrying the trunk should not have been such a worry for me except that my education had made me shun (a) physical (b) labour (c). After all, I was a government officer and the idea of people seeing me carry my own luggage was not at all amusing (d).
(a) _____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________
5. Read the paragraph and write the synonyms of the under lined words choosing from the words given in the box.
6. He looked utterly (a) downcast as I shifted (b) to my seat in the last row (c). The image of weeping him when I shifted to the last row left a lasting (d) impression on me.
(a) _____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________


Practice these questions from your textual lessons (ANTONYMS)
1. Read the paragraph and write the antonyms of the underlined words.
Ray was in the first (a) governing body and after a few terms readily agreed (b) to be the institute’s adviser. Roberge arranged most of the initial (c) funding from Canadian agencies. “I had no reservations applying for them, for I feel richer (d) countries in the West are indebted to countries like India,” he said.
(a)_____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________
2. Read the paragraph and write the antonyms of the underlined words. We were walking up (a) a narrow (b) hilly road, and neither of us uttered a word as if we were strangers (c) who spoke different (d) languages. I did not know what was going on in his mind. From time to time it crossed my mind that it was improper for me to let Father carry the luggage.
(a) __________ (b) ____________ (c) _____________ (d) ___________
3. Read the paragraph and write the antonyms of the underlined words.
"In these three films Ray was at his most personal and when some critics saw the films as didactic and verbose (a), he felt deeply (b) hurt. For, in these last films, Satyajit was directly(c) talking to us, conveying his personal (d) message on society and civilization.
(a) _____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________
4. Read the paragraph and write the antonyms of the underlined words.
Our area, being isolated(a), was completely(b) unaffected (c) by the war. But soon India was forced to join the Allied Forces and something like a state of emergency was declared. The first casualty came in the form of the suspension of the train halt (d) at Rameswaram station.
(a)_____________ (b) _____________ (c) ____________ (d) ______________

   for LIST OF 405 POSSIBLE SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMS FROM CLASS 10 ENGLISH click the link below to download


September 11, 2018

English - Paper-2 - Qns 19 to 32 model practice papers for classes 9 and 10

English - Paper-2 - Qns 19 to 32 model practice papers for classes 9 and 10



Question Number 19-22 : Complete the passage choosing the right words from those given below it. Each blank is numbered and for each blank four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) are given. Choose the correct answer from these choices and write (A) or (B) or (C) or (D) in your answer booklet.

Exercise-1:

At a time when it has become so important to succeed in …………….. (19) school, we shouldn’t be ……………. (20) to learn that more students are cheating than ever before. With so many of them anxious ………. (21) failing. Students also now seem to be lieve that those who cheat are unlikely ………………. (22).
19.              A) the                                      B) a                              C) an                            C) those
20.              A) surprise                               B) surprised                 C) surprises                 C) surprising
21.              A) have                                    B) had                          C) has                          C) will have
22.              A) an                                        B) a                              C) in                             C) the
Exercise-2:

            Harsha and Varsha went ……………. (19) the cinema on Saturday. ……………………. (20) was a long queue. It was a cold evening and they …………….. (21) to stand in the queue for nearly …………… (22) hour.
19.              A) to                                        B) for                           C) by                            C) into
20.              A) Their                                   B) There                      C) They                        C) The
21.              A) have                                    B) had                          C) has                          C) will have
22.              A) an                                        B) a                              C) in                             C) the
Exercise-3:

            The smoke ………….. (19) seen by the Forest Department people …………….. (20) immediately went ……………. (21) action to halt ………………… (22) fire and prevented any further damage and death.
19.              A) is                                         B) was                         C) had                          C) has
20.              A) which                                  B) when                       C) that                         C) who
21.              A) son                                      B) upon                        C) into                         C) in
22.              A) the                                      B) a                              C) an                            C) that
Exercise-4:

            When the weather is hot, the shady places ………………… (19) the best. People prefer to sit …………….. (20) a tree or in a cool room, or lif they must go out, they …………. (21) along the shady side of the street ……………… (22) is cooler in the shade then the bright sunshine so we should plant trees on either side of a street.
19.              A) is                                         B) was                         C) are                          C) were
20.              A) under                                  B) above                      C) over                                    C) below
21.              A) walking                               B) have walked           C) walk                                    C) walks
22.              A) That                                                B) What                       C) How                                    C) It

Question Number 23-28 : Read the following passage and fill in the blanks choosing the correct words from the brackets and write them in your answer booklet.

Exercise-1:
Animals that are in danger of ……………… (23) (become/becoming) extinct are called endangered animals. Some of these endangered animals live in India. One is called the Indian purple frog, and it is very rare. The purple frog ………….. (24) (lives/live) in India’s Western Ghats. This unusual place has mountains, forests, Savannahs, peat bogs, and fresh water wetlands. ………… (25) (Because/Though) the Western Ghats have so much variety; it is home to a large variety of plants and animals. One of these animals, the purple frog, was only ……………. (26) (recently/rarely) discovered. Although local people knew about the frog, scientists only discovered it and …………. (27) (recalled/realized) it was a new species in 2003. The frog ……… (28) (digs/burrows) underground and eats termites.

23.   …………………………….
24.   ……………………………
25.   ……………………………
26.   ……………………………
27.   ……………………………
28.   …………………………..

Exercise-2:

                The pyramids are ………. (23) (real/really) the tombs of the old kings of Egypt who were called the Pharaohs. Do you ……….. (24) (remember/recognize) seeing the Egyptian mummies in the British Museum in London? A mummy is the dead body of a human being or animal from ……… (25) (delaying/decaying). The bodies of the Pharaohs were made into mummies when they ………… (26) (dyed/died) and were then placed inside these great pyramids. Near them were placed gold and silver ornaments and furniture and food, because it was thought that they might ………. (27) (require/required) them after death. Two or three years ago some people found the body of a Pharaoh, ………….. (28) (whose/who) name was Tutankhamen, in one of these pyramids. There were many beautiful and valuable things near him.

23.   …………………………….
24.   ……………………………
25.   ……………………………
26.   ……………………………
27.   ……………………………
28.   ……………………………

Exercise-3:

Rabindranath Tagore is …………. (23) (regarded/achieved) as one of the greatest writers in modern Indian literature. He was a Bengali poet, novelist, educator, painter, composer and singer. He became the first non-European to ………. (24) (won/win) the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913 for Gitanjali pub lished in 1910. Tagore ………… (25) (is/was) born in Calcutta in a wealthy and prominent family. The Tagores were ……… (26) (pioneers/pirates) of the Bengal Renaissance and tried to combine ………. (27) (tradition/traditional) Indian culture with western ideas.

23.   …………………………….
24.   ……………………………
25.   ……………………………
26.   ……………………………
27.   ……………………………
28.   ……………………………

Exercise-4:
                Chocolates are made ………… (23) (from/by) cocoa, which grows on cocoa trees that are ………… (24) (created/ cultivated) in the forests of South America, but today these plantations are at risk. Like cocoa, there are many other plants and animals species that we use in everyday life without realizing ……… (25) (their/there) importance. The rice we eat, the clothes we wear, the rubber tires we drive on, all ……… (26) (originate/original) from plants or animals. Many of these species are under severe threat of ………. (27) (extraction/extinction). It means we are …………. (28) (losing/lessening) biodiversity.

23.   …………………………….
24.   ……………………………
25.   ……………………………
26.   ……………………………
27.   ……………………………
28.   ……………………………


Question Number 29-32 : Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with the appropriate form of the word given in the brackets.
Exercise-1:

            For ten years he lived with the wolves. Father wolf ……….. (29) (teach) him how to hunt. When he felt hot or ……….. (30) (dirt), he swam in the forest pools. Sometimes he wanted honey. Then he ………. (31) (climb) up trees as well as any monkey. He ……….. (32) (illuminate). There are some villages and ………….. (32) (learn) this from his friend Baloo, the bear.

29.                        ……………………………
30.                        ……………………………
31.                        ……………………………
32.                        ……………………………

Exercise-2:

The famous scientist Darwin …………… (29) (study) the bees for many years and said that only a stupid person would not be ………. (30) (amaze) by the structure of honey-comb. Bees invented an ……… (31) (engineer) skill of …….. (32) (build) a house.

29.                        ……………………………
30.                        ……………………………
31.                        ……………………………
32.                        ……………………………

Exercise-3:

R.K. Laxman is best ………. (29) (know) for his ………….. (30) (create) of “The Common Man” for his daily cartoon strip, “You Said It” which started in 1951 in a …………… (31) (fame) English newspaper of India. For over a half of a century, the Common Man has represented the hopes, ………….. (32) (aspire), trouble and the average India.

29.                        ……………………………
30.                        ……………………………
31.                        ……………………………
32.                        ……………………………

Exercise-4:

            Many bird species migrate to take advantage of global differences of …………. (29) (season) temperatures, therefore optimizing ………. (30)         (available) of food sources and breeding habitat. These migrations vary among the groups. Many land birds, shore birds and water birds undertake long distance migration ……. (31) (annual) usually triggered by the length of the daylight as well as weather conditions. These birds …………. (32) (characterize) by a breeding season in the tropical regions.

29.  ……………………………
30.  ……………………………
31.  ……………………………
32.  ……………………………



English - Paper-2 - Qns 19 to 32 model practice papers for classes 9 and 10



Question Number 19-22 : Complete the passage choosing the right words from those given below it. Each blank is numbered and for each blank four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) are given. Choose the correct answer from these choices and write (A) or (B) or (C) or (D) in your answer booklet.

Exercise-1:

At a time when it has become so important to succeed in …………….. (19) school, we shouldn’t be ……………. (20) to learn that more students are cheating than ever before. With so many of them anxious ………. (21) failing. Students also now seem to be lieve that those who cheat are unlikely ………………. (22).
19.              A) the                                      B) a                              C) an                            C) those
20.              A) surprise                               B) surprised                 C) surprises                 C) surprising
21.              A) have                                    B) had                          C) has                          C) will have
22.              A) an                                        B) a                              C) in                             C) the
Exercise-2:

            Harsha and Varsha went ……………. (19) the cinema on Saturday. ……………………. (20) was a long queue. It was a cold evening and they …………….. (21) to stand in the queue for nearly …………… (22) hour.
19.              A) to                                        B) for                           C) by                            C) into
20.              A) Their                                   B) There                      C) They                        C) The
21.              A) have                                    B) had                          C) has                          C) will have
22.              A) an                                        B) a                              C) in                             C) the
Exercise-3:

            The smoke ………….. (19) seen by the Forest Department people …………….. (20) immediately went ……………. (21) action to halt ………………… (22) fire and prevented any further damage and death.
19.              A) is                                         B) was                         C) had                          C) has
20.              A) which                                  B) when                       C) that                         C) who
21.              A) son                                      B) upon                        C) into                         C) in
22.              A) the                                      B) a                              C) an                            C) that
Exercise-4:

            When the weather is hot, the shady places ………………… (19) the best. People prefer to sit …………….. (20) a tree or in a cool room, or lif they must go out, they …………. (21) along the shady side of the street ……………… (22) is cooler in the shade then the bright sunshine so we should plant trees on either side of a street.
19.              A) is                                         B) was                         C) are                          C) were
20.              A) under                                  B) above                      C) over                                    C) below
21.              A) walking                               B) have walked           C) walk                                    C) walks
22.              A) That                                                B) What                       C) How                                    C) It

Question Number 23-28 : Read the following passage and fill in the blanks choosing the correct words from the brackets and write them in your answer booklet.

Exercise-1:
Animals that are in danger of ……………… (23) (become/becoming) extinct are called endangered animals. Some of these endangered animals live in India. One is called the Indian purple frog, and it is very rare. The purple frog ………….. (24) (lives/live) in India’s Western Ghats. This unusual place has mountains, forests, Savannahs, peat bogs, and fresh water wetlands. ………… (25) (Because/Though) the Western Ghats have so much variety; it is home to a large variety of plants and animals. One of these animals, the purple frog, was only ……………. (26) (recently/rarely) discovered. Although local people knew about the frog, scientists only discovered it and …………. (27) (recalled/realized) it was a new species in 2003. The frog ……… (28) (digs/burrows) underground and eats termites.

23.   …………………………….
24.   ……………………………
25.   ……………………………
26.   ……………………………
27.   ……………………………
28.   …………………………..

Exercise-2:

                The pyramids are ………. (23) (real/really) the tombs of the old kings of Egypt who were called the Pharaohs. Do you ……….. (24) (remember/recognize) seeing the Egyptian mummies in the British Museum in London? A mummy is the dead body of a human being or animal from ……… (25) (delaying/decaying). The bodies of the Pharaohs were made into mummies when they ………… (26) (dyed/died) and were then placed inside these great pyramids. Near them were placed gold and silver ornaments and furniture and food, because it was thought that they might ………. (27) (require/required) them after death. Two or three years ago some people found the body of a Pharaoh, ………….. (28) (whose/who) name was Tutankhamen, in one of these pyramids. There were many beautiful and valuable things near him.

23.   …………………………….
24.   ……………………………
25.   ……………………………
26.   ……………………………
27.   ……………………………
28.   ……………………………

Exercise-3:

Rabindranath Tagore is …………. (23) (regarded/achieved) as one of the greatest writers in modern Indian literature. He was a Bengali poet, novelist, educator, painter, composer and singer. He became the first non-European to ………. (24) (won/win) the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913 for Gitanjali pub lished in 1910. Tagore ………… (25) (is/was) born in Calcutta in a wealthy and prominent family. The Tagores were ……… (26) (pioneers/pirates) of the Bengal Renaissance and tried to combine ………. (27) (tradition/traditional) Indian culture with western ideas.

23.   …………………………….
24.   ……………………………
25.   ……………………………
26.   ……………………………
27.   ……………………………
28.   ……………………………

Exercise-4:
                Chocolates are made ………… (23) (from/by) cocoa, which grows on cocoa trees that are ………… (24) (created/ cultivated) in the forests of South America, but today these plantations are at risk. Like cocoa, there are many other plants and animals species that we use in everyday life without realizing ……… (25) (their/there) importance. The rice we eat, the clothes we wear, the rubber tires we drive on, all ……… (26) (originate/original) from plants or animals. Many of these species are under severe threat of ………. (27) (extraction/extinction). It means we are …………. (28) (losing/lessening) biodiversity.

23.   …………………………….
24.   ……………………………
25.   ……………………………
26.   ……………………………
27.   ……………………………
28.   ……………………………


Question Number 29-32 : Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with the appropriate form of the word given in the brackets.
Exercise-1:

            For ten years he lived with the wolves. Father wolf ……….. (29) (teach) him how to hunt. When he felt hot or ……….. (30) (dirt), he swam in the forest pools. Sometimes he wanted honey. Then he ………. (31) (climb) up trees as well as any monkey. He ……….. (32) (illuminate). There are some villages and ………….. (32) (learn) this from his friend Baloo, the bear.

29.                        ……………………………
30.                        ……………………………
31.                        ……………………………
32.                        ……………………………

Exercise-2:

The famous scientist Darwin …………… (29) (study) the bees for many years and said that only a stupid person would not be ………. (30) (amaze) by the structure of honey-comb. Bees invented an ……… (31) (engineer) skill of …….. (32) (build) a house.

29.                        ……………………………
30.                        ……………………………
31.                        ……………………………
32.                        ……………………………

Exercise-3:

R.K. Laxman is best ………. (29) (know) for his ………….. (30) (create) of “The Common Man” for his daily cartoon strip, “You Said It” which started in 1951 in a …………… (31) (fame) English newspaper of India. For over a half of a century, the Common Man has represented the hopes, ………….. (32) (aspire), trouble and the average India.

29.                        ……………………………
30.                        ……………………………
31.                        ……………………………
32.                        ……………………………

Exercise-4:

            Many bird species migrate to take advantage of global differences of …………. (29) (season) temperatures, therefore optimizing ………. (30)         (available) of food sources and breeding habitat. These migrations vary among the groups. Many land birds, shore birds and water birds undertake long distance migration ……. (31) (annual) usually triggered by the length of the daylight as well as weather conditions. These birds …………. (32) (characterize) by a breeding season in the tropical regions.

29.  ……………………………
30.  ……………………………
31.  ……………………………
32.  ……………………………



Rendezvous with Ray Complete Vocabulary

Rendezvous with Ray Complete Vocabulary

                         Here it is given a complete vocabulary (glossary) for the topic "Rendezvous with Ray" for class 10 English. If a child is able to find all these 60 words' meanings he/she will understand the text better. Hope this will help the child. To download the pdf file click on the link given below.

Word Meaning
unique friendship unparalleled frindship (There is no ther friendship is compared with theirs)
singular impact a powerful effect that something, especially something new, has on a situation or person
enroute n the way to or from somewhere
stopover a short stay in a place that you make while you are on a longerjourney to somewhere else
acquinted with to make someone or yourself familiar with something
trilogy a series of three books, plays, etc. written about the same situationor characters, forming a continuous story
fascinating extremely interesting
longstanding having existed for a long time
compilation a book that has been made from several separate parts
publisher an organization that publishes text or music
scholarly containing a serious, detailed study of a subject
insight (the ability to have) a clear, deep, and sometimes suddenunderstanding of a complicated problem or situation
artist someone who creates things with great skill and imagination
astiste a skilled performer, especially a dancer, singer, or actor
portal a large, important entrance to a building
harsh  unpleasant, unkind, cruel, or more severe than is necessary
brought out to make a particular quality or detail noticeable
reassurance words of advice and comfort intended to make someone feel lessworried:
fortunate lucky
endorse to make a public statement of your approval or support for something or someone
accusation a statement saying that someone has done something morallywrong, illegal, or unkind, or the fact of accusing someone
detractors someone who criticizes something or someone, often unfairly
reputatin the opinion that people in general have about someone or something, or how much respect or admiration someone or somethingreceives, based on past behaviour or character
depicted to represent or show something in a picture or story
material poverty Material poverty is the lack of sufficient material means to meet basic needs. The lack of sufficient material means could include a lack of food, drinking water, shelter, clothing, or medicine.
spiritual poverty not to help the poor and powerless in some way is spiritual poverty
enormous  extremely large
deplorable very bad
arrogance of the West The Western arrogance of feeling that it has everything to teach others and nothing to learn from them
quest  a long search for something that is difficult to find, or an attempt toachieve something difficult
convert  to (cause something or someone to) change in form or character
muster up If you muster up a feeling of courage or energy, you try hard to findthat quality in yourself because you need it in order to do something
living meseum piece One that is worth keeping or showing in a museum
worthwhile  useful, important, or good enough to be a suitable reward for themoney or time spent or the effort made
discreet clearly separate or different in shape or form
aloof not friendly
intimidating making you feel frightened or nervous
anuassuming Someone who is unassuming is quiet and shows no wish for attentionor admiration:
subtle not noticable
screenings a test or examination to discover if there is anything wrong with someone
cemented to make something such as an agreement or friendship stronger (or) If you cement an agreement or relationship, you make it unlikely to change
elegance  graceful and attractive in appearance or behaviour
screenplay the text for a film, including the words to be spoken by the actors andinstructions for the cameras
manuscripts the original copy of a book or article before it is printed
humane  showing kindness, care, and sympathy towards others, especiallythose who are suffering
colossus a person or thing of great size, influence, or ability
immortal very special and famous and therefore likely to be remembered for a long time
dictum a short statement, especially one expressing advice or a general truth
analogy a comparison between things that have similar features, often used to help explain a principle or idea
critics someone whose job is to give their opinion about something,especially films, books, music, etc.
didactic intended to teach people a moral lesson
verbose using or containing more words than are necessary
impulse a sudden strong wish to do something
easthetics An aesthetic object or a work of art is one that shows great beauty (or) relating to the study of beauty
no ine is a prophet in one's own country no one is a prophet in one's own country means that it is very difficult for people whoknow us closely to acknowledge our greatness
agnostic someone who does not know, or believes that it is impossible to know, if a god exists
deathbed the bed that someone dies in or is dying in
fallout as a result
establishment a business or other organization, or the place where anorganization operates
reservations a doubt or feeling of not being able to agree with oraccept something completely


Rendezvous with Ray Complete Vocabulary

                         Here it is given a complete vocabulary (glossary) for the topic "Rendezvous with Ray" for class 10 English. If a child is able to find all these 60 words' meanings he/she will understand the text better. Hope this will help the child. To download the pdf file click on the link given below.

Word Meaning
unique friendship unparalleled frindship (There is no ther friendship is compared with theirs)
singular impact a powerful effect that something, especially something new, has on a situation or person
enroute n the way to or from somewhere
stopover a short stay in a place that you make while you are on a longerjourney to somewhere else
acquinted with to make someone or yourself familiar with something
trilogy a series of three books, plays, etc. written about the same situationor characters, forming a continuous story
fascinating extremely interesting
longstanding having existed for a long time
compilation a book that has been made from several separate parts
publisher an organization that publishes text or music
scholarly containing a serious, detailed study of a subject
insight (the ability to have) a clear, deep, and sometimes suddenunderstanding of a complicated problem or situation
artist someone who creates things with great skill and imagination
astiste a skilled performer, especially a dancer, singer, or actor
portal a large, important entrance to a building
harsh  unpleasant, unkind, cruel, or more severe than is necessary
brought out to make a particular quality or detail noticeable
reassurance words of advice and comfort intended to make someone feel lessworried:
fortunate lucky
endorse to make a public statement of your approval or support for something or someone
accusation a statement saying that someone has done something morallywrong, illegal, or unkind, or the fact of accusing someone
detractors someone who criticizes something or someone, often unfairly
reputatin the opinion that people in general have about someone or something, or how much respect or admiration someone or somethingreceives, based on past behaviour or character
depicted to represent or show something in a picture or story
material poverty Material poverty is the lack of sufficient material means to meet basic needs. The lack of sufficient material means could include a lack of food, drinking water, shelter, clothing, or medicine.
spiritual poverty not to help the poor and powerless in some way is spiritual poverty
enormous  extremely large
deplorable very bad
arrogance of the West The Western arrogance of feeling that it has everything to teach others and nothing to learn from them
quest  a long search for something that is difficult to find, or an attempt toachieve something difficult
convert  to (cause something or someone to) change in form or character
muster up If you muster up a feeling of courage or energy, you try hard to findthat quality in yourself because you need it in order to do something
living meseum piece One that is worth keeping or showing in a museum
worthwhile  useful, important, or good enough to be a suitable reward for themoney or time spent or the effort made
discreet clearly separate or different in shape or form
aloof not friendly
intimidating making you feel frightened or nervous
anuassuming Someone who is unassuming is quiet and shows no wish for attentionor admiration:
subtle not noticable
screenings a test or examination to discover if there is anything wrong with someone
cemented to make something such as an agreement or friendship stronger (or) If you cement an agreement or relationship, you make it unlikely to change
elegance  graceful and attractive in appearance or behaviour
screenplay the text for a film, including the words to be spoken by the actors andinstructions for the cameras
manuscripts the original copy of a book or article before it is printed
humane  showing kindness, care, and sympathy towards others, especiallythose who are suffering
colossus a person or thing of great size, influence, or ability
immortal very special and famous and therefore likely to be remembered for a long time
dictum a short statement, especially one expressing advice or a general truth
analogy a comparison between things that have similar features, often used to help explain a principle or idea
critics someone whose job is to give their opinion about something,especially films, books, music, etc.
didactic intended to teach people a moral lesson
verbose using or containing more words than are necessary
impulse a sudden strong wish to do something
easthetics An aesthetic object or a work of art is one that shows great beauty (or) relating to the study of beauty
no ine is a prophet in one's own country no one is a prophet in one's own country means that it is very difficult for people whoknow us closely to acknowledge our greatness
agnostic someone who does not know, or believes that it is impossible to know, if a god exists
deathbed the bed that someone dies in or is dying in
fallout as a result
establishment a business or other organization, or the place where anorganization operates
reservations a doubt or feeling of not being able to agree with oraccept something completely


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