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January 20, 2021

Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 14

Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 14  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 

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Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 14  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 

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January 19, 2021

Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 13

 Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 13  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 

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 Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 13  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 

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January 18, 2021

Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 12

   Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 12  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 

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   Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 12  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 

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January 17, 2021

Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 11

  Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 11  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 


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  Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 11  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 


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January 16, 2021

Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 10

  Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 10  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 


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  Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 10  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 


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January 14, 2021

9th Class THE TRIAL - 2 (JOAN OF ARC) (Segment-1) worksheet

 Here is the WORKSHEET  for class 9 English

THE TRIAL - 2 (JOAN OF ARC) (Segment-1)


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 Here is the WORKSHEET  for class 9 English

THE TRIAL - 2 (JOAN OF ARC) (Segment-1)


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10th Class ONCE UPON A TIME (Poem) Worksheet of 25 MCQs with answers for paractice

  ONCE UPON A TIME (Poem)

25 Multiple Choice Questions to make the reader understand the poem better. Read the poem and watch the video lesson before you answer the quiz. Read the poem as many a time as possible. After taking this test please do comment in the comment section.

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  ONCE UPON A TIME (Poem)

25 Multiple Choice Questions to make the reader understand the poem better. Read the poem and watch the video lesson before you answer the quiz. Read the poem as many a time as possible. After taking this test please do comment in the comment section.

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Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 9

  Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 9  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 


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  Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 9  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 


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January 13, 2021

Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 8

 Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 8  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 


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 Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 8  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 


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January 12, 2021

8th Class English : BONSAI LIFE - 2 Worksheet by Mr. Dharamdeep Patil

 Here is the WORKSHEET  for class 8 English

BONSAI LIFE (Segment-2)

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 Here is the WORKSHEET  for class 8 English

BONSAI LIFE (Segment-2)

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Be patient while doing the quiz. All the very best... 

This is compiled by 

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Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 7

  Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 7  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 


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  Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 7  

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January 11, 2021

Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 6

  Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 6  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 

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  Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 6  

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January 10, 2021

7th Class News Report (A Hero) a discourse construction

 Here is the 'WORKSHEET' for class 7 English 

 News Report (Discourse) (A HERO)

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 News Report (Discourse) (A HERO)

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Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 5

 Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 5  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 


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 Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 5  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 


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January 09, 2021

Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 4

 Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 4  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 

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 Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 4  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 

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January 08, 2021

10th Class BIO-DIVERSITY (face-sheet) worksheet

 10th Class BIO-DIVERSITY (face-sheet) worksheet

Here is the worksheet for the face-sheet of BIO-Diversity for 10th class English

15 Multiple Choice Questions

Choose the answers and submit the form so that you will get the immediate results. Take a screenshot of the results and share it with your teacher.

It is prepared by Mr. Dharamdeep Patil SA English, ZPHS Kathalapur, Jagtial.


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 10th Class BIO-DIVERSITY (face-sheet) worksheet

Here is the worksheet for the face-sheet of BIO-Diversity for 10th class English

15 Multiple Choice Questions

Choose the answers and submit the form so that you will get the immediate results. Take a screenshot of the results and share it with your teacher.

It is prepared by Mr. Dharamdeep Patil SA English, ZPHS Kathalapur, Jagtial.


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9th Class A LONG WALK TO FREEDOM (Segment-1) worksheet

Here is the WORKSHEET  for class 9 English

A LONG WALK TO FREEDOM (Segment-1)


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A LONG WALK TO FREEDOM (Segment-1)


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Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 3

 Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 3  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 


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 Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 3  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 


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January 07, 2021

Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 2

 Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 2  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 

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 Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 2  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 

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January 06, 2021

Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 1

Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 1  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 

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Basic Grammar Quiz - 25 MCQs for practice - 1  

It is a quiz focuses on basic English Grammar points to check and refresh ourselves. Do take this quiz and check yourself. If you find anything wrong please comment in the comment section. So that it would be rectified if it is really needed. Thank you for being with us. If you like these quizzes share the links of the quizzes among your friends and colleagues. Again thanks in anticipation. 

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January 04, 2021

8th Class BONSAI LIFE (Face-sheet) worksheet

Here is the WORKSHEET  for class 8 English

BONSAI LIFE (Face-sheet)

You will get the result immediately when you submit the form.

Take a screenshot of you result and share with your teacher after submitting the quiz.

Be patient while doing the quiz. All the very best... 

This is compiled by 

Mr. Dharamdeep

SA Engish, ZPHS Kathalapur, Jagtial.   

Here is the WORKSHEET  for class 8 English

BONSAI LIFE (Face-sheet)

You will get the result immediately when you submit the form.

Take a screenshot of you result and share with your teacher after submitting the quiz.

Be patient while doing the quiz. All the very best... 

This is compiled by 

Mr. Dharamdeep

SA Engish, ZPHS Kathalapur, Jagtial.   

January 03, 2021

Present Simple or Present Continuous? (15 MCQs) for all

 PRESENT SIMPLE OR PRESENT CONTINUOUS?

Here is a quiz to check our knowledge of using present simple and present continuous perfectly. If you find any error, please comment below in the comment section. This 15 MCQ quiz helps us to refresh our knowledge to use both the tenses properly. All the15 questions are basic.

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 PRESENT SIMPLE OR PRESENT CONTINUOUS?

Here is a quiz to check our knowledge of using present simple and present continuous perfectly. If you find any error, please comment below in the comment section. This 15 MCQ quiz helps us to refresh our knowledge to use both the tenses properly. All the15 questions are basic.

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10th Class ABANDONED (Poem) 20 Multiple Choice Questions for practice

 ABANDONED (Poem)

20 Multiple Choice Questions to make the reader understand the poem better. Read the poem and watch the video lesson before you answer the quiz. Read the poem as many a time as possible. After taking this test please do comment in the comment section.

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 ABANDONED (Poem)

20 Multiple Choice Questions to make the reader understand the poem better. Read the poem and watch the video lesson before you answer the quiz. Read the poem as many a time as possible. After taking this test please do comment in the comment section.

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Parts of Speech Basic English Grammar Quiz

 PARTS OF SPEECH

    Here is a simple quiz on finding the part of speech of a word in a sentence. Only 10 questions to refresh the basic knowledge of grammar.

 PARTS OF SPEECH

    Here is a simple quiz on finding the part of speech of a word in a sentence. Only 10 questions to refresh the basic knowledge of grammar.

December 30, 2020

Prepositions of Time (in/on/at) - Quiz (20 MCQs)

 Let's refresh our Prepositions of Time (in/on/at) knowledge

 Quiz on using prepositions of time properly 20 MCQs for all

Here among these 20 questions all are to refresh our knowledge to use the prepositions of time particularly "in/on/at/no preposition".  Take this test and find yourself how far you have understood the concept. If you find anything to share, please comment in the comments section.

 Let's refresh our Prepositions of Time (in/on/at) knowledge

 Quiz on using prepositions of time properly 20 MCQs for all

Here among these 20 questions all are to refresh our knowledge to use the prepositions of time particularly "in/on/at/no preposition".  Take this test and find yourself how far you have understood the concept. If you find anything to share, please comment in the comments section.

December 29, 2020

Present Tense Quiz (simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous) 20 MCQs for all

Let's refresh our PRESENT TENSE knowledge

 Present Tense Quiz (simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous) 20 MCQs for all

Here among these 20 questions all the four aspects of the present tense are included. Questions are asked to refresh the knowledge of rules to use, structure, syntax, examples etc. Take this test and find yourself how far you have understood the concept.

Let's refresh our PRESENT TENSE knowledge

 Present Tense Quiz (simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous) 20 MCQs for all

Here among these 20 questions all the four aspects of the present tense are included. Questions are asked to refresh the knowledge of rules to use, structure, syntax, examples etc. Take this test and find yourself how far you have understood the concept.

December 26, 2020

AND, SO, BUT, OR, BECAUSE (Conjunctions Practice Quiz) Proper Usage

 AND, SO, BUT, OR, BECUASE

(Practice Quiz to know yourself how well you use these conjunctions)

Take the quiz and improve yourself

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 AND, SO, BUT, OR, BECUASE

(Practice Quiz to know yourself how well you use these conjunctions)

Take the quiz and improve yourself

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Articles A / An / The (Test Your Knowledge) English Grammar Usage of Articles

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Test Your Knowledge of Using Article (A / An / The)

Test Your Knowledge Using Articles - 1 (30 MCQs)

Test Your Knowledge Using Articles - 2 (30 MCQs)
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Test Your Knowledge of Using Article (A / An / The)

Test Your Knowledge Using Articles - 1 (30 MCQs)

Test Your Knowledge Using Articles - 2 (30 MCQs)

December 24, 2020

10th Class THE JOURNEY (Segment 2) multiple choice questions for practice

 The Journey (Segment-2) (33 MCQs)

There is a scope of more Multiple Choice Questions in Board Examinations it would be very much helpful for practice for the students of class 10. Do practice as many questions as possible to comprehend the text better. It will help you in both ways. All the very best.


Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. 

 The Journey (Segment-2) (33 MCQs)

There is a scope of more Multiple Choice Questions in Board Examinations it would be very much helpful for practice for the students of class 10. Do practice as many questions as possible to comprehend the text better. It will help you in both ways. All the very best.


Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. 

6th Class RIP VAN WINKLE (Vocabulary) worksheet

 Here is the 'WORKSHEET' class 6 English

RIP VAN WINKLE (Vocabulary)

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RIP VAN WINKLE (Vocabulary)

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December 23, 2020

9th Class A LONG WALK TO FREEDOM (Face-sheet)

Here is the WORKSHEET  for class 9 English

A LONG WALK TO FREEDOM (Face-sheet)

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A LONG WALK TO FREEDOM (Face-sheet)

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December 21, 2020

10th Class THE JOURNEY (Segment-1) 30 Multiple Choice Questions for practice

The Journey (Segment-1) (30 MCQs)

There is a scope of more Multiple Choice Questions in Board Examinations it would be very much helpful for practice for the students of class 10. Do practice as many questions as possible to comprehend the text better. It will help you in both ways. All the very best.
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. 

The Journey (Segment-1) (30 MCQs)

There is a scope of more Multiple Choice Questions in Board Examinations it would be very much helpful for practice for the students of class 10. Do practice as many questions as possible to comprehend the text better. It will help you in both ways. All the very best.
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. 

December 18, 2020

8th Class THE STORY OF IKAT (Segment-1)

 Here is the 'WORKSHEET : for class 8 English 

The Story of IKAT (Segment-1) 

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The Story of IKAT (Segment-1) 

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December 17, 2020

9th Class WHERE THE MIND IS WITHOUT FEAR (Poem)

  Here is the WORKSHEET  for class 9 English

WHERE THE MIND IS WITHOUT FEAR (Poem)

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WHERE THE MIND IS WITHOUT FEAR (Poem)

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December 15, 2020

10th Class THE STOREYED HOUSE-2 (Segment-1) important question and answers

 10th Class THE STOREYED HOUSE - 2 (Segment-1) 

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THE STOREYED HOUSE – 2

(Segment-1)

The news that Bayaji was building a storeyed house spread like a cry from the rooftops. There was only one storeyed house in the village and that belonged to Kondiba Patil. That Bayaji, an untouchable creature, should think of a rival storeyed house was too much for Kondiba to bear. Others also murmured that the untouchables were forgetting their position.

Work on the foundation had started. Dattaram Vadar was given the contract of construction. The foundation trenches were filled with mud, bits of stone and other fillings. Work progressed with speed. One day Bayaji saw Kondiba coming towards him and greeted him. 'It's with your blessings that I have ventured on this storeyed house.'

'Baiju, you shouldn't lose your head simply because you've set aside some money. Do you aspire to an equal status with us by building this house? The poor should remain content with their cottage, understand?' Kondiba remarked rather sharply.

'No Patil, please don't misunderstand me.' Bayaji was a little dizzy with nervousness.

'How do you say that? One should keep to one's position. You shouldn't let a little money turn your head.'

'I only wish to build a shelter for my family. Then I shall be free to breathe my last.' Bayaji answered.

'Who says you shouldn't have a house? You can have a small house with three convenient portions, a veranda in the front and at the back and the living section in the middle. Why spend unnecessarily on a storeyed house?' Patil gave his counsel.

'No, but……' Bayaji faltered.

'You may go in for a storeyed house only if you don't wish to stay in this village. I hope you know what I mean.' Kondiba shot out as a warning and walked away. Other ruffians in the village threatened Bayaji in a similar manner.

Out of fear Bayaji had to abandon plans for the storeyed house. The conventional three-portioned house was taken up. Work was resumed and the walls rose rapidly. The middle portion was a little elevated and a small first storey fixed up there with a wooden flooring. This part could be reached by stairs rising from the kitchen. No one could guess from outside that there was a first storey to the house. Bayaji had to make the best of things.

The house was complete and the traditional housewarming ceremony was planned. Invitations were sent to relatives in different villages. The village elders, by convention, could not be invited to a meal or refreshments, so they were invited to the ceremonial paan-supari. Bayaji put up a fine pandal in front of the house. His sons worked hard for two full days on the decorations. Relatives started arriving. Well-known devotional singers, Kadegaonkar Buwa, Parasu Buwa, Kalekar Bapu Master, Jija Buwa and Vithoba of Wadgaon came with their troupes. People looked forward with delight to the forthcoming contest among the various troupes.

Now check the answers with your views:

1.What was the news mentioned in the passage?

The news was that Bayaji started building a storeyed house as a rivalry.

2.How did the news spread?

The news spread like a cry from roof tops.

3.Who was planning to build something?

Bayaji was planning to build something which was a storeyed house.

4.What kind of a building he wanted to build?

Bayaji wanted to build a storeyed house.

5.How many storeyed houses were there in the village? Whose was that?

There was only one storeyed house that belonged to Kondiba Patil.

6.Do you think building a storeyed house becomes a rival? Why?

It’s not at all a rival to build a storeyed house for anybody because everyone has the right to have their own dreaming house.

7.Why did Kondiba not bear Bayaji building a storeyed house?

It was the only storeyed house of Kondiba Patil in the village. When Bayaji, they felt that he was an untouchable, started to build a storeyed house, he didn’t bear the news. Because his would be old one and Bayaji would definitely become the person who had the new storeyed house and get the admiration of the villagers soon.

8.Who do you think the others who murmured?

The other people in the village might be other than Bayaji’s community people who murmured that Bayaji had forgotten his position in the village.

9.What do you think they murmured?

They might have murmured that the people of Bayaji’s community forgot their positions in the village. In those days they were seen untouchables.

10.Who was compared to untouchable creature?

Bayaji was compared to an untouchable creature.

11.Do you think Bayaji really thought of rival to build a storeyed house?

No, I don’t think so. Because Bayaji had worked for thirty-five years in Bombay dockyard where he might have not seen any difference among the people. So, he started it as a need and wish of him. But people around thought it as rival.

12.Do you think there are different positions according to the cast and religions? Why?

No, I don’t think that there are different positions according to the cast and religions now. Because the Constitution of India gave the equal right for every citizen of India.

13.Who was given contract of construction?

Duttaram Vadar was given the contract of construction of the dreaming house of Bayaji.

14.Who was Duttaram Vadar?

Duttaram Vada was a building contractor.

15.How did the work start?

The work started quicky and progressed with speed.

16.‘The poor should remain content with their cottage,’ Kondiba remarked rather sharply. Do you agree with Kondiba? Why?

No, I don’t agree with Kondiba. Everybody has their own right to have dreamed house. The poverty may affect the lives of the poor people but not fulfilling their dreams.

17.Bayaji was a little dizzy with nervousness. Why?

Bayaji knew that he couldn’t bear with the people who oppose building a storeyed house but he tried. When he got a threat from Kondiba Patil, Bayaji was a little dizzy with nervousness as he was unable to make his dreams real.

18.Why do you think Kondiba warned Bayaji?

Only Kondiba Patil had the storeyed house in the village and never accept the poor to become equal to him. But Bayaji started to build a storeyed house which would make him equal to Kondiba. Hence, he warned Bayaji to abandon the plans for storeyed house.

19.Who wished to build a shelter? For whom did he want to build it?

Bayaji wished to build a shelter for his family.

20.What was Kondiba’s suggestion to Bayaji?

Kondiba suggested a small house with three convenient portions, a veranda in the front and at the back and the living section in the middle for Bayaji.

21.What was Kondiba’s warning to Bayaji?

Kondiba warned Bayaji not to build a storeyed house if he could wish to live in the village.

22.Who do you think the ruffians in the village?

The ruffians in the village might the people who always support people like Kondiba in the village.

23.Why did Bayaji abandon plans for storeyed house?

Bayaji terrified with the warning given by Kondiba and some other people and abandoned plans for storeyed house.

24.If you were Bayaji do you abandon plans for storeyed house? Why?

If I were Bayaji I wouldn’t abandon plans for storeyed house. Because it’s my right to have my own house.

25.What was taken up instead of storeyed house?

A conventional three-portioned house was taken up instead of storeyed house.

26.How was the middle portion built?

The middle portion was a little elevated and a small first storey fixed up there with a wooden flooring. This part could be reached by stairs rising from the kitchen. No one could guess from outside that there was a first storey to the house.

27.How could one reach the raised part?

This part could be reached by stairs rising from the kitchen.

28.What were sent to relatives? Why?

As the construction of the house was finished, the invitations were sent to relatives and friends for house warming ceremony.

29.What was the programme plan for?

The house warming ceremony was planned for the new house.

30.Who were invited for meal?

The relatives and friends of Bayaji were invited for meal.

31.Who were invited for Pan Supari? Why were they not invited for meal?

The village elders, by convention, could not be invited to a meal or refreshments, so they were invited to the ceremonial paan-supari.

32.Who worked on decorations?

Bayaji’s sons worked hard for two full days on the decorations.

33.Have you ever worked on decorations? When?

Yes, I have worked on decoration for my brother’s/sister’s/……. Birthday celebrations.

34.Who came with their troupes? Why?

Well-known devotional singers, Kadegaonkar Buwa, Parasu Buwa, Kalekar Bapu Master, Jija Buwa and Vithoba of Wadgaon came with their troupes for singing competition at Bayaji’s new house warming ceremony.

35.Kondiba threatened Bayaji not to build a storeyed house. Bayaji finally changed his plans to three-portioned conventional house. Before taking the decision Bayaji might have thought over the issue. Now write the thoughts of Bayaji regarding the decision.

 

36.When Kondiba met Bayaji there was a conversation took place. Kondiba threatened Bayaji not to build a storeyed house. Now write a possible conversation between these two.

 

37. Finally, the house was built. Bayaji plans to invite his friends and relatives. Now prepare an invitation behalf of Bayaji to invite for the house warming ceremony.

 


 10th Class THE STOREYED HOUSE - 2 (Segment-1) 

Important questions and answers for better comprehension

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THE STOREYED HOUSE – 2

(Segment-1)

The news that Bayaji was building a storeyed house spread like a cry from the rooftops. There was only one storeyed house in the village and that belonged to Kondiba Patil. That Bayaji, an untouchable creature, should think of a rival storeyed house was too much for Kondiba to bear. Others also murmured that the untouchables were forgetting their position.

Work on the foundation had started. Dattaram Vadar was given the contract of construction. The foundation trenches were filled with mud, bits of stone and other fillings. Work progressed with speed. One day Bayaji saw Kondiba coming towards him and greeted him. 'It's with your blessings that I have ventured on this storeyed house.'

'Baiju, you shouldn't lose your head simply because you've set aside some money. Do you aspire to an equal status with us by building this house? The poor should remain content with their cottage, understand?' Kondiba remarked rather sharply.

'No Patil, please don't misunderstand me.' Bayaji was a little dizzy with nervousness.

'How do you say that? One should keep to one's position. You shouldn't let a little money turn your head.'

'I only wish to build a shelter for my family. Then I shall be free to breathe my last.' Bayaji answered.

'Who says you shouldn't have a house? You can have a small house with three convenient portions, a veranda in the front and at the back and the living section in the middle. Why spend unnecessarily on a storeyed house?' Patil gave his counsel.

'No, but……' Bayaji faltered.

'You may go in for a storeyed house only if you don't wish to stay in this village. I hope you know what I mean.' Kondiba shot out as a warning and walked away. Other ruffians in the village threatened Bayaji in a similar manner.

Out of fear Bayaji had to abandon plans for the storeyed house. The conventional three-portioned house was taken up. Work was resumed and the walls rose rapidly. The middle portion was a little elevated and a small first storey fixed up there with a wooden flooring. This part could be reached by stairs rising from the kitchen. No one could guess from outside that there was a first storey to the house. Bayaji had to make the best of things.

The house was complete and the traditional housewarming ceremony was planned. Invitations were sent to relatives in different villages. The village elders, by convention, could not be invited to a meal or refreshments, so they were invited to the ceremonial paan-supari. Bayaji put up a fine pandal in front of the house. His sons worked hard for two full days on the decorations. Relatives started arriving. Well-known devotional singers, Kadegaonkar Buwa, Parasu Buwa, Kalekar Bapu Master, Jija Buwa and Vithoba of Wadgaon came with their troupes. People looked forward with delight to the forthcoming contest among the various troupes.

Now check the answers with your views:

1.What was the news mentioned in the passage?

The news was that Bayaji started building a storeyed house as a rivalry.

2.How did the news spread?

The news spread like a cry from roof tops.

3.Who was planning to build something?

Bayaji was planning to build something which was a storeyed house.

4.What kind of a building he wanted to build?

Bayaji wanted to build a storeyed house.

5.How many storeyed houses were there in the village? Whose was that?

There was only one storeyed house that belonged to Kondiba Patil.

6.Do you think building a storeyed house becomes a rival? Why?

It’s not at all a rival to build a storeyed house for anybody because everyone has the right to have their own dreaming house.

7.Why did Kondiba not bear Bayaji building a storeyed house?

It was the only storeyed house of Kondiba Patil in the village. When Bayaji, they felt that he was an untouchable, started to build a storeyed house, he didn’t bear the news. Because his would be old one and Bayaji would definitely become the person who had the new storeyed house and get the admiration of the villagers soon.

8.Who do you think the others who murmured?

The other people in the village might be other than Bayaji’s community people who murmured that Bayaji had forgotten his position in the village.

9.What do you think they murmured?

They might have murmured that the people of Bayaji’s community forgot their positions in the village. In those days they were seen untouchables.

10.Who was compared to untouchable creature?

Bayaji was compared to an untouchable creature.

11.Do you think Bayaji really thought of rival to build a storeyed house?

No, I don’t think so. Because Bayaji had worked for thirty-five years in Bombay dockyard where he might have not seen any difference among the people. So, he started it as a need and wish of him. But people around thought it as rival.

12.Do you think there are different positions according to the cast and religions? Why?

No, I don’t think that there are different positions according to the cast and religions now. Because the Constitution of India gave the equal right for every citizen of India.

13.Who was given contract of construction?

Duttaram Vadar was given the contract of construction of the dreaming house of Bayaji.

14.Who was Duttaram Vadar?

Duttaram Vada was a building contractor.

15.How did the work start?

The work started quicky and progressed with speed.

16.‘The poor should remain content with their cottage,’ Kondiba remarked rather sharply. Do you agree with Kondiba? Why?

No, I don’t agree with Kondiba. Everybody has their own right to have dreamed house. The poverty may affect the lives of the poor people but not fulfilling their dreams.

17.Bayaji was a little dizzy with nervousness. Why?

Bayaji knew that he couldn’t bear with the people who oppose building a storeyed house but he tried. When he got a threat from Kondiba Patil, Bayaji was a little dizzy with nervousness as he was unable to make his dreams real.

18.Why do you think Kondiba warned Bayaji?

Only Kondiba Patil had the storeyed house in the village and never accept the poor to become equal to him. But Bayaji started to build a storeyed house which would make him equal to Kondiba. Hence, he warned Bayaji to abandon the plans for storeyed house.

19.Who wished to build a shelter? For whom did he want to build it?

Bayaji wished to build a shelter for his family.

20.What was Kondiba’s suggestion to Bayaji?

Kondiba suggested a small house with three convenient portions, a veranda in the front and at the back and the living section in the middle for Bayaji.

21.What was Kondiba’s warning to Bayaji?

Kondiba warned Bayaji not to build a storeyed house if he could wish to live in the village.

22.Who do you think the ruffians in the village?

The ruffians in the village might the people who always support people like Kondiba in the village.

23.Why did Bayaji abandon plans for storeyed house?

Bayaji terrified with the warning given by Kondiba and some other people and abandoned plans for storeyed house.

24.If you were Bayaji do you abandon plans for storeyed house? Why?

If I were Bayaji I wouldn’t abandon plans for storeyed house. Because it’s my right to have my own house.

25.What was taken up instead of storeyed house?

A conventional three-portioned house was taken up instead of storeyed house.

26.How was the middle portion built?

The middle portion was a little elevated and a small first storey fixed up there with a wooden flooring. This part could be reached by stairs rising from the kitchen. No one could guess from outside that there was a first storey to the house.

27.How could one reach the raised part?

This part could be reached by stairs rising from the kitchen.

28.What were sent to relatives? Why?

As the construction of the house was finished, the invitations were sent to relatives and friends for house warming ceremony.

29.What was the programme plan for?

The house warming ceremony was planned for the new house.

30.Who were invited for meal?

The relatives and friends of Bayaji were invited for meal.

31.Who were invited for Pan Supari? Why were they not invited for meal?

The village elders, by convention, could not be invited to a meal or refreshments, so they were invited to the ceremonial paan-supari.

32.Who worked on decorations?

Bayaji’s sons worked hard for two full days on the decorations.

33.Have you ever worked on decorations? When?

Yes, I have worked on decoration for my brother’s/sister’s/……. Birthday celebrations.

34.Who came with their troupes? Why?

Well-known devotional singers, Kadegaonkar Buwa, Parasu Buwa, Kalekar Bapu Master, Jija Buwa and Vithoba of Wadgaon came with their troupes for singing competition at Bayaji’s new house warming ceremony.

35.Kondiba threatened Bayaji not to build a storeyed house. Bayaji finally changed his plans to three-portioned conventional house. Before taking the decision Bayaji might have thought over the issue. Now write the thoughts of Bayaji regarding the decision.

 

36.When Kondiba met Bayaji there was a conversation took place. Kondiba threatened Bayaji not to build a storeyed house. Now write a possible conversation between these two.

 

37. Finally, the house was built. Bayaji plans to invite his friends and relatives. Now prepare an invitation behalf of Bayaji to invite for the house warming ceremony.

 


December 11, 2020

10th Class OR WILL THE DREAMER WAKE? (Poem) worksheet by Mr. Dharamdeep Patil

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OR WILL THE DREAMER WAKE? (Poem) 

by Mr. Dharamdeep Patil, SA English, ZPHS Kathalapur, Jagtial.

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OR WILL THE DREAMER WAKE? (Poem) 

by Mr. Dharamdeep Patil, SA English, ZPHS Kathalapur, Jagtial.

December 09, 2020

10th Class ENVIRONMENT (Segment-1)

 10th Class ENVIRONMENT (WANGARI MAATHAI INTERVIEW) (Segment-1) 

Worksheet for unit-6 (bio-diversity)

ENVIRONMENT

(Segment-1)

 10th Class ENVIRONMENT (WANGARI MAATHAI INTERVIEW) (Segment-1) 

Worksheet for unit-6 (bio-diversity)

ENVIRONMENT

(Segment-1)

6th Class IF A TREE COULD TALK (Poem) worksheet

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If a Tree could Talk? (Poem)

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8th Class Unit-5 Education and Career (Face-sheet) by SCERT TS

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December 07, 2020

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December 02, 2020

10th Class THE STOREYED HOUSE - 1 (Segment-3) Important Questions and Answers

 10th Class THE STOREYED HOUSE - 1 (Segment-3) 

Important questions and answers for better comprehension

THE STOREYED HOUSE – 1

(Segment-3)

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Read the passage and answer the questions that follow:  

Exchanging pleasantries with people he met on the way, Bayaji reached the public building called Takkya in the untouchables' settlement. The building was named Buddha Vihar by those who had embraced Buddhism. As Bayaji neared Buddha Vihar, the children, who were playing with a ball made of rags, finished their game and cried out, 'Baiju Nana is here, Baiju Nana is here!' and scampered in the direction of Bayaji's house. Bayaji's eighty-five-year-old mother quickly scrambled to her feet. She had aged much but her old-worn frame was still sturdy, and her teeth were strong enough to break grams. She could thread a needle without help. When she heard of Bayaji's arrival her heart swelled.

As Bayaji came in, his wife concealed her joy with the end of her sari and took down the box from his head. His grandchildren clung to him and began to twist the folds of his dhoti. The neighbouring children watched the scene in idle curiosity.

'Come, get into the house, children!' said Bayaji. His mother walked out with a bent back and told Bayaji to wait outside the door. Bayaji obeyed.

The old woman came forward, poured some water over the piece of bread in her hand, moved it around Bayaji's face and flung it away as an offering. She ran her palms over his cheeks and pressed her fingers on her temples. All eight fingers gave out a cracking

sound.

Bayaji's family was doing well. He had eight children in all, six sons and two daughters. The daughters had been married off and had given birth to children. The elder son looked after the fields, the next two sons were in government service, the one after them was a school- teacher and the sixth one was still studying. Since they knew that Bayaji was coming home for good, the elder son in service and the two daughters were already home to greet him. All of them wondered what their father had got for them from his lifetime earnings.

The next day when Bayaji opened the box, it revealed only some pots and pans, nails and photographs.

Looking at these, the elder daughter asked, 'Nana, how is it that you haven't brought

anything for us?'

Bayaji was amused that his daughters thought in this childish manner even after they

had children of their own. He ran his eyes over all his children and said, 'Look here, children, if I had brought new clothes for you, they'd tear, if I had brought an ornament it would soon wear out. Out of my earnings I wish you to have something that'll last longer.

Bayaji paused after these words.

His eldest son was godly. He said, 'Neither we nor our wives want anything. Tell us

what you'd like us to do.'

'Look children, ours is such a large family. Even at mealtime, we've to eat by turns or

sit crowded, knocking our knees together. I wish to build a house out of my earnings, and it has to be a storeyed house; the usual three-portioned house won't be adequate for us.'

All were happy with this plan.

The plan was finalised and the foundation of the storeyed house was laid on the auspicious New Year Day.

 


1.Name the public building mentioned in the passage?

The public building mentioned in the passage was Takkya.

2.Bayaji exchanged pleasantries with people he met on the way home. Who do you think the people he met on the way?

The people he met on the way home might be his relatives, childhood friends, known people or elders.

3.Who named (Takkya) Buddavihar?

Takya was named Buddavihar by the people who embraced Buddhism.

4.Who were playing with a ball of rag?

Some of the children might be Bayaji’s relatives and others might be their neighbours.

5.What did the children shout?

The children shouted when they saw Bayaji – “Baiju Nana is here, Baiju Nana is here”

6.Have you ever shouted seeing someone coming to your house? Who visited? Why did you shout?

Yes, of course. I shouted seeing my grandma coming our home. I love her and hence I shouted.

7.How old was Bayaji’s mother?

Bayaji’s mother was eighty-five.

8.Why do you think Bayaji’s mother was still sturdy?

She might have gotten a sturdy frame from the birth and she might have been working hard for years together. Thus, she might be still sturdy.

9.Bayaji’s mother’s heart swelled. Why?

Whoever it might be the son, a mother always happy to see her child. Thus, Bayaji’s mother’s heart swelled with happiness as her son came home after a long time for good.

10.Who took down the box from Bayaji’s head?

Bayaji’s wife took down the box from his head.

11.Bayaji’s wife concealed her joy. Why?

Usually women conceal their emotions particularly of husband. Hence, she might conceal her joy of her husband’s arrival.

12.Do you think women must conceal their feelings? Why?

No, definitely not. Women are par equal with men. Then, why do they conceal their feelings. They too can express their emotions par with men.

13.Why do you think his grandchildren clung to him?

Generally, grandchildren like grandparents because they care. Thus, they clung to Bayaji expecting something from him.

14.Who were in idle curiosity?

The neighbouring children were in idle curiosity.

15.Bayaji’s mother asked him to wait outside the door. Why?

Bayaji’s mother asked him to wait outside the door to offer some fire bath (dishti thiyadam).

16.She ran her palms over his cheeks and pressed her fingers. Does anybody do it for you? Why? What does it indicate?

Yes, my mother and other elder women do the same for me whenever I feel dizzy or ill.

17.How many children did Bayaji have?

Bayaji had eight children. Six among them were sons and the two were daughters.

18.Who looked after the fields of Bayaji?

The elder son of Bayaji looked after the fields.

19.What were Bayaji’s sons?

Bayaji’s sons were farmers, government employees, teachers and some others students.

20.What do you think the children of Bayaji expect from him when he returned?

The children of Bayaji expected some gifts from him when he returned home for good.

21.What were there in the box actually?

There were pots, pans, nails and some photos in the box.

22.The elder daughter of Bayaji expected something like a child even after her marriage and having her own children. Have you ever expected something from your elders when they return home?

Yes, of course. I, as a child, ever expect something from my father or mother when they return home like fruits, chocolates or soft drinks.

23.Why was Bayaji amused at his daughter?

Though she was married and got children of her own she behaved like a child expecting something as a gift from Bayaji. Hence, he was amused at his daughter.

24.‘I wish you to have something that’ll last longer.’ What did Bayaji think of the long-lasting gift?

Bayaji wished to build a storeyed house for his family from his retirement benefits as the long-lasting gift for them.

25.How did they have their meal time according to Bayaji?

According to Bayaji they had their meal time by turns or sit crowded, knocking their knees together as it was a small house.

26.What was Bayaji’s wish?

Bayaji’s wish was to build a storeyed house for his family.

27.The plan was finalized. What was the plan?

The plan to build a storeyed house was finalized by the family members together.

28.When was the foundation laid?

On the new year day the foundation laid.

29.After laying foundation Bayaji must have felt happy about his dreaming house. What would be his thought then?

 

30.Bayaji plans to lay foundation on the auspicious New Year Day. Now prepare an invitation for the foundation ceremony behalf of Bayaji to invite all the friends and relatives. Mention the date, time, venue etc.

 

 

31.Bayaji revealed his plan to build a storeyed house in front of the family members. Now write a possible conversation regarding the scene.

 

32.Convert the storeyed house – 1 into a drama script.


 10th Class THE STOREYED HOUSE - 1 (Segment-3) 

Important questions and answers for better comprehension

THE STOREYED HOUSE – 1

(Segment-3)

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Exchanging pleasantries with people he met on the way, Bayaji reached the public building called Takkya in the untouchables' settlement. The building was named Buddha Vihar by those who had embraced Buddhism. As Bayaji neared Buddha Vihar, the children, who were playing with a ball made of rags, finished their game and cried out, 'Baiju Nana is here, Baiju Nana is here!' and scampered in the direction of Bayaji's house. Bayaji's eighty-five-year-old mother quickly scrambled to her feet. She had aged much but her old-worn frame was still sturdy, and her teeth were strong enough to break grams. She could thread a needle without help. When she heard of Bayaji's arrival her heart swelled.

As Bayaji came in, his wife concealed her joy with the end of her sari and took down the box from his head. His grandchildren clung to him and began to twist the folds of his dhoti. The neighbouring children watched the scene in idle curiosity.

'Come, get into the house, children!' said Bayaji. His mother walked out with a bent back and told Bayaji to wait outside the door. Bayaji obeyed.

The old woman came forward, poured some water over the piece of bread in her hand, moved it around Bayaji's face and flung it away as an offering. She ran her palms over his cheeks and pressed her fingers on her temples. All eight fingers gave out a cracking

sound.

Bayaji's family was doing well. He had eight children in all, six sons and two daughters. The daughters had been married off and had given birth to children. The elder son looked after the fields, the next two sons were in government service, the one after them was a school- teacher and the sixth one was still studying. Since they knew that Bayaji was coming home for good, the elder son in service and the two daughters were already home to greet him. All of them wondered what their father had got for them from his lifetime earnings.

The next day when Bayaji opened the box, it revealed only some pots and pans, nails and photographs.

Looking at these, the elder daughter asked, 'Nana, how is it that you haven't brought

anything for us?'

Bayaji was amused that his daughters thought in this childish manner even after they

had children of their own. He ran his eyes over all his children and said, 'Look here, children, if I had brought new clothes for you, they'd tear, if I had brought an ornament it would soon wear out. Out of my earnings I wish you to have something that'll last longer.

Bayaji paused after these words.

His eldest son was godly. He said, 'Neither we nor our wives want anything. Tell us

what you'd like us to do.'

'Look children, ours is such a large family. Even at mealtime, we've to eat by turns or

sit crowded, knocking our knees together. I wish to build a house out of my earnings, and it has to be a storeyed house; the usual three-portioned house won't be adequate for us.'

All were happy with this plan.

The plan was finalised and the foundation of the storeyed house was laid on the auspicious New Year Day.

 


1.Name the public building mentioned in the passage?

The public building mentioned in the passage was Takkya.

2.Bayaji exchanged pleasantries with people he met on the way home. Who do you think the people he met on the way?

The people he met on the way home might be his relatives, childhood friends, known people or elders.

3.Who named (Takkya) Buddavihar?

Takya was named Buddavihar by the people who embraced Buddhism.

4.Who were playing with a ball of rag?

Some of the children might be Bayaji’s relatives and others might be their neighbours.

5.What did the children shout?

The children shouted when they saw Bayaji – “Baiju Nana is here, Baiju Nana is here”

6.Have you ever shouted seeing someone coming to your house? Who visited? Why did you shout?

Yes, of course. I shouted seeing my grandma coming our home. I love her and hence I shouted.

7.How old was Bayaji’s mother?

Bayaji’s mother was eighty-five.

8.Why do you think Bayaji’s mother was still sturdy?

She might have gotten a sturdy frame from the birth and she might have been working hard for years together. Thus, she might be still sturdy.

9.Bayaji’s mother’s heart swelled. Why?

Whoever it might be the son, a mother always happy to see her child. Thus, Bayaji’s mother’s heart swelled with happiness as her son came home after a long time for good.

10.Who took down the box from Bayaji’s head?

Bayaji’s wife took down the box from his head.

11.Bayaji’s wife concealed her joy. Why?

Usually women conceal their emotions particularly of husband. Hence, she might conceal her joy of her husband’s arrival.

12.Do you think women must conceal their feelings? Why?

No, definitely not. Women are par equal with men. Then, why do they conceal their feelings. They too can express their emotions par with men.

13.Why do you think his grandchildren clung to him?

Generally, grandchildren like grandparents because they care. Thus, they clung to Bayaji expecting something from him.

14.Who were in idle curiosity?

The neighbouring children were in idle curiosity.

15.Bayaji’s mother asked him to wait outside the door. Why?

Bayaji’s mother asked him to wait outside the door to offer some fire bath (dishti thiyadam).

16.She ran her palms over his cheeks and pressed her fingers. Does anybody do it for you? Why? What does it indicate?

Yes, my mother and other elder women do the same for me whenever I feel dizzy or ill.

17.How many children did Bayaji have?

Bayaji had eight children. Six among them were sons and the two were daughters.

18.Who looked after the fields of Bayaji?

The elder son of Bayaji looked after the fields.

19.What were Bayaji’s sons?

Bayaji’s sons were farmers, government employees, teachers and some others students.

20.What do you think the children of Bayaji expect from him when he returned?

The children of Bayaji expected some gifts from him when he returned home for good.

21.What were there in the box actually?

There were pots, pans, nails and some photos in the box.

22.The elder daughter of Bayaji expected something like a child even after her marriage and having her own children. Have you ever expected something from your elders when they return home?

Yes, of course. I, as a child, ever expect something from my father or mother when they return home like fruits, chocolates or soft drinks.

23.Why was Bayaji amused at his daughter?

Though she was married and got children of her own she behaved like a child expecting something as a gift from Bayaji. Hence, he was amused at his daughter.

24.‘I wish you to have something that’ll last longer.’ What did Bayaji think of the long-lasting gift?

Bayaji wished to build a storeyed house for his family from his retirement benefits as the long-lasting gift for them.

25.How did they have their meal time according to Bayaji?

According to Bayaji they had their meal time by turns or sit crowded, knocking their knees together as it was a small house.

26.What was Bayaji’s wish?

Bayaji’s wish was to build a storeyed house for his family.

27.The plan was finalized. What was the plan?

The plan to build a storeyed house was finalized by the family members together.

28.When was the foundation laid?

On the new year day the foundation laid.

29.After laying foundation Bayaji must have felt happy about his dreaming house. What would be his thought then?

 

30.Bayaji plans to lay foundation on the auspicious New Year Day. Now prepare an invitation for the foundation ceremony behalf of Bayaji to invite all the friends and relatives. Mention the date, time, venue etc.

 

 

31.Bayaji revealed his plan to build a storeyed house in front of the family members. Now write a possible conversation regarding the scene.

 

32.Convert the storeyed house – 1 into a drama script.


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