July 13, 2019

ATTITUDE IS ALTITUDE (A COMPLETE MATERIAL) FOR TELANGANA CLASS 10 ENGLISH


1-A         ATTITUDE IS ALTITUDE


Find the Glossary:


A) GLOSSARY: according to the context of 'Attitude is Altitude"
Word
Parts of speech
Meaning
wrap
verb
to fold, wind, or coil
torso
noun
the trunk of the human body
Evangelical
adj
displaying missionary zeal in promoting something
modest
adj
not ostentatious or pretentious
publicist
noun
a person, such as a press agent or journalist, who publicizes something
tuck
verb
to push or fold into a small space or between two surfaces
English Premier League
noun
The Premier League (often referred to as the English Premier League (EPL) outside England) is the top level of the English football league system.
distraught
adj
upset or agitated
bring oneself
idiom
to force oneself to do something that one does not want to do —usually used in negative statements
insist on
phr v
If you insist on something, you say firmly that it must be done or provided.
main-stream school
noun
the practice of placing students with special education services in a general education classroom during specific time periods based on their skills
bully
verb
use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force them to do something.
depressed
adj
(of a person) in a state of unhappiness or despondency.
lost
verb
be destroyed or killed
cold
adj
lacking affection or warmth of feeling; unemotional
bitter
adj
feeling or showing anger, hurt, or resentment because of bad experiences or a sense of unjust treatment
terrify
verb
cause to feel extreme fear
hold on
phr v
endure in difficult circumstances
pull through
phr v
get through an illness or other dangerous or difficult situation
triumph
noun
a great victory or achievement
adversity
noun
a difficult or unpleasant situation
conviction
noun
a firmly held belief or opinion
perseverance
noun
persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success
freak out
verb
lose control
speed off
verb
to leave quickly
mounted
adj
firmly fixed










































Find the Antonyms and Synonyms:


B)List of ANTONYMS and SYNONYMS from "Attitude is Altitude"
Word
Parts of speech
Synonym(s)
Antonym(S)
stretch
verb
extent, elongate
cease
wrap
verb
surround with a covering
free
brave
adj
bold, adventurous
afraid
limb
noun
appendage, arm, leg

small
adj
tiny, little
big, large
enable
verb
allow, authorize
prevent, forbid
lost
adj
extinct, destroyed, dead
alive, existing
faith
noun
trust, belief
disbelief
choose
verb
pick, select, adopt

modest
adj
humble, simple, moderate
arrogant
love
verb
admire, care for, cherish, worship
hate, despise, dislike
right
adj
appropriate, fitting, correct
wrong
special
adj
distinguished, distinctive
normal, ordinary
hard
adj
difficult, exhausting
easy
best
adj
correct, right
worst
shocked
adj
startled, amazed

distraught
adj
upset, worked-up
calm, cool, peaceful
cruel
adj
vicious, pitiless
compassionate
independent
adj
liberated, free
dependent
courage
adj
boldness, braveness
cowardice, timidly
invent
verb
create
destroy
device
noun
instrument, tool

deeply
adv
completely, intensely
lightly
depressed
adj
despondent
cheerful
terrified
adj
afraid
unafraid
mounted
adj
anchored, attached
dismounted
drown
verb
submerge, immerse

triumph
noun
victory, achievement, accomplishment
failure, forfeit
adversity
noun
difficulty, hard times, hardship, trouble

encourage
verb
boost, reassure
discourage
convictions
noun
belief, faith
distrust
award
noun
prize, reward

bravery
noun
boldness, courage
cowardice, timidly
perseverance
noun
diligence, hard work, dedication, determination
apathy
decide
verb
determine, elect, choose
hesitate
amazing / fantastic
adj
astonishing, awesome, fascinating, incredible, marvelous, shocking, unbelievable, wonderful,
believable, credible, insignificant, ordinary, poor, bad
feat
noun
achievement, adventure, deed
defeat, failure
realize
verb
appreciate, become aware of
disbelieve, misinterpret
strong
adj
extreme, forceful
dull, moderate
huge
adj
colossal, enormous, extensive, giant, immense, massive
dwarfed, insignificant, limited, little, miniature















































































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D) Comprehension Questions:


Note: Read the passage, ‘Attitude is Altitude’ in your text book and answer the following questions in about two sentences in your notebook. (Try and discuss with your friends)

1.    What is the bio-sketch about?
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2.    Who is Nick Vujicic?
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3.    What is Nick Vujicic?
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4.    What is the disease named in the passage?
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5.    What are the things that Nick can do?
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6.    Nick has something on his left hip. What is that?
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7.    What was the chicken drumstick mentioned by Nick?
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8.    How can Nick write?
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9.    When did Nick learn to swim?
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10. How did his father help him to learn swimming?
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11. List the people who supported him to become independent.
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12. How does Nick kick things though he has no legs?
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13. Where was Nick born?
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14. Where does he live now?
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15. Why did he wait to get marry?
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16. Who is Steve Appel?
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17. What is Steve Appel?
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18. How does Nick play golf?
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19. What is the game that Nick loves most?
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20. How long did Nick’s mother wait to hold him in her lap?
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21. Why was Nick’s mother distraught when he was born?
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22. Why was Nick’s father so shocked when Nick was born?
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23. Nick’s mother invented something. What was that? How does it helpful for him?
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24. What might be the reasons behind Nick’s depression?
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25. Why do you think Nick asked his mother to kill himself?
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26. Once Nick hated the God. Why?
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27. Now Nick realized. What was his realization?
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28. What was the news-article about?
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29. Why did Nick feel cold and bitter?
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30. What was the cruel trick mentioned in the passage?
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31. Who do think that teased and bullied Nick?
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32. How could Nick brush his teeth?
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33. How could Nick wash his hair?
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34. Nick became an international symbol of triumph over adversity. What are the adversities Nick faced?
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35. Who inspired Nick?
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36. Who is the surfing master?
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37. What happened to Nick’s surfing master when she was 12?
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38. What was the award Nick won in 1990?
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39. Why was the award given to Nick?
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40. Nick decided to be thankful and not to get angry for something. What was that?
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41. What does Nick do when he fails?
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42. What do you do when you fail?
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43. It was so hard for them. What was hard? For whom it was hard?
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44. What was Nick’s father?
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45. What was Nick’s mother?
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46. Despite the risk of being bullied, his parents insisted Nick on attending mainstream school. Why?
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47. How did Nick balance well on surfing board?
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48. Why did the girl speed off at the traffic lights?
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49. What have you learnt from Nick’s life?
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50. “She was amazing.” Who was amazing and why?
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E) VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR: (Qn. 13-17 Editing)

Note: (Paper – 1 Questions 13-17) Read the passage given below. Five sentences in the passage are numbered 13 to 17 at the beginning. Each of these sentences has an error. Correct them and re-write the sentences. (Try and discuss with your friends)
Exercise-1:
13) Nick Vujicic was born with know arms and legs - but he doesn’t let the details stop him. 14) The brave 26-year-old — who is mainly a torso — play football and golf, swims and surfs, despite having no limbs. 15) Nick has a small foot on her left hip which helps him balance and enables him to kick. 16) He uses his one foot type to, write with a pen and pick things up between his toes.
‘I call it my chicken drumstick,’ joked Nick, who was born in Melbourne, Australia, but now lives in Los Angeles. ‘I’d be lost without it.’ 17) Due to his faith as an Evangelical Christian, Nick has choose to remain a virgin until marriage.
13.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
14.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
15.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
16.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
17.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Exercise-2:
13) 'He's very modest but he gets marriage proposals to women all the time,' said Nick's friend and publicist Steve Appel, from Los Angeles. 14) 'He would loved to get married and start a family but he's waiting for the right girl to come along.'
15) Water sports aren't Nick's only thing - he also play golf with a club tucked under his chin, and is a huge fan of the English Premier League. 16) His parents decided not to sent him to a special school - a decision he said was very hard for him, but which may have been the best decision they could have made for him. 17) When Nick was born his father was so shocked that he leave the hospital room to vomit.
13.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
14.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
15.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
16.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
17.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Exercise-3:
13) His distraught mother couldn't bring himself to hold him until he was four months old.
14) His disability come without any medical explanation - a rare occurrence called Phocomelia - and Nick and his parents spent many years asking why this cruel trick would happen to them. 15)  'My mother was a nurse and she do everything right during pregnancy but she still blamed herself,' he said.
16) 'It was hard so for them but right from the start they did their best to make me independent.’ 17) 'My dad put me in the water at 18 months and give the courage to learn how to swim.’
13.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
14.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
15.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
16.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
17.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Exercise-4:
13) Nick's father was a computer programmer and accountant and he teach his little son how to type with his toe at just 6 years old. 14) His mum invented a special plastic device that meant could he hold a pen and pencil.
15) Despite the risk of being bullying, his parents insisted Nick on attending mainstream school. 'It was the best decision they could have made for me,' adds Nick, who later achieved a degree in Financial Planning and Real Estate. 16) 'It was very hard but it gave me dependence.'
17) Nick, who was teased and bullied, had a electric wheelchair for mobility, and a team of carers to help him.
13.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
14.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
15.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
16.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
17.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Exercise-5:
13) 'I was deeply depressed when was I eight years old,' he said. 'I went to my mum crying and told her I wanted to kill myself.’ 'I felt cold and bitter. 14) I hated God to doing this to me and was terrified of what would happen when my parents weren't there to look after me.’ 15) 'I could brushed my own teeth with a wall mounted brush and wash my own hair with pump action soap, but there was so much that was impossible for me.'
16) At age ten Nick tried to drown himself in the bath but luckily the attempt is unsuccessful. 'I felt there was no purpose when you lack purpose and strength.  It is hard to hold on,' he said. 17) But with the help of her religion, friends and family, Nick managed to pull through to become an international symbol of triumph over adversity.
13.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
14.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
15.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
16.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
17.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Exercise-6:
13) 'When I was 13, I read a newspaper article about a disabled men who had managed to achieve great things and helped others,' said Nick. 14) 'I realised why God had make us like this - to give hope to others. 15) It was inspirational so to me that I decided to use my life to encourage other people and give them the courage that the article had given me.’

16) 'I decided to be thankful for what I do has, not get angry about what I don't.’ 'I looked at myself in the mirror and said: 17) 'You know what the world is write that I have no arms or legs, but they'll never take away the beauty of my eyes.' I wanted to concentrate on something good that I had.'

13.  …………………………………………………………………………………………………
14.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
15.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
16.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
17.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Exercise-7:
13) "The challenges in our lifes are there to strengthen our convictions. 14) They are not their to run us over", said Nick. 15) In 1990 Nick wins the Australian Young Citizen of the Year award for his bravery and perseverance. 'And once I was in a car and a girl at traffic lights was looking at me interestingly. 16) She could only see head my so I decided to do a 360 degree spin in the car seat to freak her out. Her face was like woooooooah what is going on? 17) She speed off really quickly.'

13.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
14.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
15.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
16.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
17.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Exercise-8:
13) Nick began to travelling the world and in 2008 he went to Hawaii and met surfing master Bethany Hamilton, who had her arm bitten off by a shark when she was 12. 'She was amazing,’ said Nick. 14)  'She taught how me to surf and I was terrified at first, but once I got up there it felt absolutely fantastic and I caught some waves pretty well.' 16) Nick quick learned how to do the 360 degree spins on his board - a feat that got him on the cover of Surfer magazine within 48 hours. 17) 'No one has never done that in the history of surfing,' he said. ‘But I have a very low centre of gravity so I've got pretty good balance.’

13.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
14.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
15.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
16.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
17.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
F) VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR: (qn. 18-22 Cloze test)

Note: (Paper – 1 Questions 18-22) Complete the following passage choosing the right words from those given in the box. Write the answers in your answer booklet.  (Try and discuss with your friends)
Exercise-1:
kick                 faced               skateboard                  scratch            pick     stretch             catch

Imagine having no arms to ………. (18) in the morning, to help you ………. (19) that itch, to allow you to wrap your arms around your loved ones. Imagine having no legs to …….. (20) pebbles down the street, to walk or run, to bicycle or…………. (21), or get you from point A to point B. Then imagine both at once, which is what Nick Vujicic has ………… (22) his whole life. Have you heard something like this before?


18.  ……….
19.  ……….
20.  ……….
21.  ……….
22.  ……….


Exercise 2:

Which              foot       details             borne               despite                         born                 whose

Nick Vujicic was ……… (18) with no arms and legs - but he doesn’t let the …………… (19) stop him. The brave 26-year-old — who is mainly a torso — plays football and golf, swims and surfs, …………. (20)having no limbs. Nick has a small foot on his left hip ……… (21) helps him balance and enables him to kick. He uses his one ………… (22) to type, write with a pen and pick things up between his toes. ‘I call it my chicken drumstick,’ joked Nick, who was born in Melbourne, Australia, but now lives in Los Angeles. ‘I’d be lost without it.’


18.  ……….
19.  ……….
20.  ……….
21.  ……….
22.  ……….


Exercise 3:

modest            reporter           right                 publicist           tucked                         remain             picked

Due to his faith as an Evangelical Christian, Nick has chosen to …………. (18) a virgin until marriage. 'He's very ………….. (19) but he gets marriage proposals from women all the time,' said Nick's friend and ……….. (20) Steve Appel, from Los Angeles. 'He would love to get married and start a family but he's waiting for the ………. (21) girl to come along.' Water sports aren't Nick's only thing - he also plays golf with a club …………. (22) under his chin, and is a huge fan of the English Premier League.


18.  ……….
19.  ……….
20.  ……….
21.  ……….
22.  ……….


Exercise 4:

distraught        friends             shocked          decision           parents            despite             hold

His …….. (18) decided not to send him to a special school - a decision he said was very hard for him, but which may have been the best ……… (19) they could have made for him. When Nick was born his father was so ………… (20)that he left the hospital room to vomit. His …………. (21)mother couldn't bring herself to ………. (22)him until he was four months old.


18.  ……….
19.  ……….
20.  ……….
21.  ……….
22.  ……….


Exercise 5:

occurrence      independent                nurse               cruel    disability          choice       parents

His ………… (18) came without any medical explanation - a rare ……… (19)called Phocomelia - and Nick and his parents spent many years asking why this ……… (20) trick would happen to them. 'My mother was a ……… (21)and she did everything right during pregnancy but she still blamed herself,' he said. 'It was so hard for them but right from the start they did their best to make me…………… (22).’ 'My dad put me in the water at 18 months and gave the courage to learn how to swim.’


18.  ……….
19.  ……….
20.  ……….
21.  ……….
22.  ……….


Exercise 6:

football                        special             attending         carers              taught              invented        decision

'I also got really into ………. (18) and skateboarding. I totally love the English Premier League.' Nick's father was a computer programmer and accountant and he …….. (19) his little son how to type with his toe at just 6 years old. His mum ……… (20) a special plastic device that meant he could hold a pen and pencil. Despite the risk of being bullied, his parents insisted Nick on ……… (21) mainstream school. 'It was the best ……… (22) they could have made for me,' adds Nick, who later achieved a degree in Financial Planning and Real Estate. 'It was very hard but it gave me independence.'


18.  ……….
19.  ……….
20.  ……….
21.  ……….
22.  ……….


Exercise 7:

went                very     doing               terrified            deeply                         teased             worrified

Nick, who was …………. (18)and bullied, had an electric wheelchair for mobility, and a team of carers to help him. 'I was ………… (19) depressed when I was eight years old,' he said. 'I ……….. (20) to my mum crying and told her I wanted to kill myself.’ 'I felt cold and bitter. I hated God for …….. (21)this to me and was ……… (22) of what would happen when my parents weren't there to look after me.’


18.  ……….
19.  ……….
20.  ……….
21.  ……….
22.  ……….


Exercise 8:

action              managed         successful       mother     unsuccessful            himself       mounted

'I could brush my own teeth with a wall ………… (18) brush and wash my own hair with pump ………. (19) soap, but there was so much that was impossible for me.' At age ten Nick tried to drown …….. (20)  in the bath but luckily the attempt was……. (21). 'I felt there was no purpose when you lack purpose and strength. It is hard to hold on,' he said. But with the help of his religion, friends and family, Nick ………….. (22) to pull through to become an international symbol of triumph over adversity.


18.  ……….
19.  ……….
20.  ……….
21.  ……….
22.  ……….


Exercise 9:

hope                article              developed            who                        managed         why     inspirational

'When I was 13, I read a newspaper …………. (18) about a disabled man who had ……. (19) to achieve great things and helped others,' said Nick. 'I realised ….. (20) God had made us like this - to give ….. (21)to others. It was so …... (22) to me that I decided to use my life to encourage other people and give them the courage that the article had given me.’


18.  ……….
19.  ……….
20.  ……….
21.  ……….
22.  ……….


Exercise 10:

beauty            wanted           no        angry              wish                know               what

'I decided to be thankful for ……….. (18) I do have, not get …….. (19) about what I don't.’ 'I looked at myself in the mirror and said: 'You ……. (20) what the world is right that I have no arms or legs, but they'll never take away the ……. (21) of my eyes.' I ……. (22) to concentrate on something good that I had.'


18.  ……….
19.  ……….
20.  ……….
21.  ……….
22.  ……….





G) VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR: (qn. 23-27 Rewrite as directed)
Note: (Paper – 1 Questions 23-27) Some words in the given passage are underlined. Rewrite them as directed in your answer booklet.  (Try and discuss with your friends)
Exercise 1:
Imagine having no arms (23) to stretch in the morning, to help you scratch that itch, to allow you to wrap (24) your arms around your loved ones. Imagine having no legs to kick pebbles down the street, to walk or run, to bicycle or skateboard, or get you from point A to point B. Then imagine both at once, which is what Nick Vujicic has faced his whole live (25). Have you heard something like this before?
Nick Vujicic was born with no arms and legs - but he doesn’t let the details stop him. The brave 26-year-old — who is mainly a torso (26)— plays football but (27) golf, swims and surfs, despite having no limbs.
23.  Replace the underlined word with another word, which gives the same meaning.
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24.  Write the word that is opposite in meaning of the underlined word.
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25.  Replace the underlined word with right form of the word.
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….
26.  Give the meaning of the underlined word.
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….
27.  Replace the underlined word with suitable one.
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….

Exercise 2:
Nick has a small foot on his left hip where (23) helps him balance and enables (24) him to kick. He uses his one foot to type, write with a pen and pick things up between his toes.
‘I call it my chicken drumstick,’ joked Nick, who was born in Melbourne, Australia, but now lives in Los Angeles. ‘I’d be lost without it.’
Due to his faithful (25) as an Evangelical Christian, Nick has chosen to remain a virgin until marriage.
'He's very modest (26) but he gets marriage proposals from women all the time,' said Nick's friend and publicist Steve Appel, from Los Angeles. 'He would love to get married and start a family but he's waiting for the write (27) girl to come along.'
23.  Replace the underlined word with suitable one.
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….
24.  Write the word that is opposite in meaning of the underlined word.
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….
25.  Replace the underlined word with right form of the word.
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….
26.  Write a synonym of the underlined word.
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….
27.  Replace the underlined word with suitable one.
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….

Exercise 3:
Water sports aren't Nick's only thing - he also play (23) golf with a club tucked under his chin, and is a huge (24) fan of the English Premier League.
His parents decided not to send him to a special school - a decision he said was very hard for him, but which may have been the better (25) decision they could have made for him.
When Nick was born his father was so shocked (26) that he left the hospital room to vomit. His distraught mother couldn't bring herself to hold him until he was four months old.
His disability came without any medical explanation - a rare occurrence called Phocomelia (27) - and Nick and his parents spent many years asking why this cruel trick would happen to them. 'My mother was a nurse and she did everything right during pregnancy but she still blamed herself,' he said.
23.  Replace the underlined word with appropriate form of the word.
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….
24.  Write the word that is opposite in meaning of the underlined word.
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….
25.  Replace the underlined word with right form of the word.
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….
26.  Write a synonym of the underlined word.
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….
27.  Write the meaning of the underlined word..
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….

Exercise 3:
'It was so hard for them but right from the start (23) they did their best to make me independent.’
'My dad put me in the water at 18 months and gave the courageous (24) to learn how to swim.’
'I also got really into football and skateboarding. I totally love (25) the English Premier League.'
Nick's father was a computer programmer and accountant and he taught his little son how to type with his toe at just 6 years old. His mum invented a special plastic device that meant he could hold a pen and pencil. Despite (26) the risk of being bullied, his parents insisted Nick on attending mainstream school (27). 'It was the best decision they could have made for me,' adds Nick, who later achieved a degree in Financial Planning and Real Estate. 'It was very hard but it gave me independence.'
23.  Write a synonym of the underlined word.
      ……………………………………………………………………………………….
24.  Replace the underlined word with right form of the word.
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25.  Write the anonym for the underlined word.
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26.  Write another word that gives the same meaning.
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27.  Write the meaning of the underlined phrase.
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Exercise 4:
Nick, who was teased and bullied, had an electric wheelchair for mobile (23), and a team of carers to help him. 'I was deeply depressed (24) when I was eight years old,' he said. 'I went to my mum (25) crying and told her I wanted to kill myself.’ 'I felt cold and bitter. I hated God for doing this to me and was terrify (26) of what would happen when my parents weren't there to look after (27) me.’
23. Replace the underlined word with correct form of the word.
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24.  Write the anonym for the underlined word.
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25.  Write the synonym of the underlined word.
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26.  Replace with right form of the underlined word.
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27.  Write the meaning of the underlined phrasal verb.
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Exercise 5:
'I could brush my own tooths (23) with a wall mounted brush and wash my own hair with pump action soap, but there was so much that was impossible for me.'
At age ten Nick tried to drown himself in the bath but luckily the attempt was unsuccessful. 'I felt there was no purpose when you lack purpose and strength (24). It is hard to hold on,' he said. But with the help of his religion, friends and family, Nick managed to pull through to become an international symbol of triumph (25) over adverse (26).
'When I was 13, I read a newspaper article about a disabled man who had managed to achieve great things and helped others,' said Nick.
'I realised why God had made us like this - to give hope to others. It was so inspirational  (27) to me that I decided to use my life to encourage other people and give them the courage that the article had given me.’
23.  Write the right form of the underlined word.
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24.  Write the anonym for the underlined word.
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25.  Write the synonym of the underlined word.
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26.  Replace with correct form of the underlined word..
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27.  Write the meaning of the underlined word.
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Exercise 6:
'I decided to be thankful for what I do have, not get angry (23) about what I don't.’ 'I looked at myself in the mirror and said: 'You know what the world is right that I have no arms or legs, but they'll never take away the beauty of my eyes.' I wanted to concentrate on something good that I had.'
"The challenges in our lives are there to strengthen our convictions (24). They are not there to run us over", said Nick. In 1990 Nick won the Australian Young Citizen of the Year award for his brave (25) and perseverance (26).
'And once I was in a car and a girl at traffic lights was looking at me interestingly. She could only see my head so I decided to do a 360 degree spin in the car seat to freak her out. Her face was like woooooooah what is going on? She sped off really (27) quickly.'
23.  Write the opposite word for the underlined word.
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24.  Write the meaning of the underlined word.
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25.  Replace with the correct form of the underlined word.
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26.  Write the meaning of the underlined word.
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27.  Write two synonyms for the underlined word.
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Exercise 7:
'She was amazing,’ said Nick. 'She taught me how to surf and I was terrified (23) at first, but once I got up there it felt absolute (24)fantastic and I caught some waves pretty well.' Nick quickly learned how to do the 360 degree spins on his board - a feat that got him on the cover of Surfer magazine within 48 hours. 'No one has ever done that in the history of surfing,' he said. ‘But I have a very low centre of gravity (25) so I've got pretty good balance.’
He has visited different (26) countrys (27) all over the world. The football fan is now a motivational speaker and has travelled to over 24 countries speaking to groups of up to 110,000 people.
23.  Write the synonym for the underlined word.
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24.  Replace with the appropriate form of the underlined word.
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25.  Write the meaning of the underlined word.
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26.  Write the antonym of the underlined word.
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27.  Write the correct form of the word.

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3 comments:

Unknown said...

It's fine and it's very useful to practice but one thing is that if you provide key also it's more useful for students.

Padma said...

Its very useful to practice sir, good source, if you can provide key it will helpful to students sir

Raju said...

Excellent work sir...very much useful ...keep doing for all the units..

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