December 03, 2019

FA-3 Slip Tests for Classes 9 and 10 English

FA-3 Slip Tests for Classes 9 and 10 English

Name: …………………………R.No:…. Class 9    English   Slip test for FA 3

Section – A (Reading Comprehension)
Read the following paragraph and answer the questions that follow.
We are a part of the Earth and it is a part of us. The perfumed flowers are our sisters; the deer, the horse, the great eagle, these are our brothers. The rocky crests, the juices in the meadows, the body heat of the pony, and the man, all belong to the same family. So, when the Great Chief in Washington sends word that he wishes to buy our land, he asks much of us. The Great White Chief sends word, that he will reserve us a place so that we can live comfortably to ourselves. He will be our father and we will be his children. So we will consider your offer to buy land. But it will not be easy. For, this land is sacred to us.
This shining water that moves in streams and rivers is not just water but the blood of our ancestors. If we sell you land, you must remember that it is the sacred blood of our ancestors. If we sell you land, you must remember that it is sacred, and you must teach your children that it is sacred and that each ghostly reflection in the clear water of the lakes tells of events in the life of my people. The water’s murmur is the voice of my father's father.
Now answer the following questions. (4x1=4m)
1.      Who are compared to sisters of the Red Indians?                                                                     (          )

A)    Flowers
B)     Horses
C)     Pony
D)    man

2.      Who asked the Red Indian Chief to sell his land?                                                                    (          )

A)    Chief Seattle
B)     The Great White Chief
C)     Washington
D)    The Red Indian Chief

3.      What kind of text is this passage?                                                                                            (          )

A)    Biography
B)     Story
C)     Speech
D)    Drama Script

4.      What is compared with the blood of Red Indian’s ancestors?                                                  (          )

A)    Warmth of the pony
B)     Sweet scent of the flowers
C)     Shining water in the streams
D)    Ghostly reflection

Now answer the following questions in about two sentences. (3x2=6m)
5.      Who gave the speech and why did he give it?
6.      What is compared to his forefather’s voice?
7.      What do you do to protect your environment?

Section – B (Vocabulary and Grammar)
(Questions 9-14)) Read the following passage and fill in the blanks choosing the correct words from the brackets and write them in your answer booklet.                                                                                                  (6x½=3 Marks)
                    Once there was a very rich man. He was a miser. He ….. (9) (ate/hate) cheap food for little money. He …… (10) (learnt/lent) money to small shopkeepers at a …….. (11) (height/high) rate of interest. In this ……. (12) (way/weigh) he earned a lot of money.
                    Every morning he went out to …… (13) (sea/see) the shopkeepers and came …… (14) (home/hope) at mid-day.
(Questions 15-18) Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with appropriate form of the word given in the brackets.                                                                                                                                                                (4x½=2 Marks)
                                          Floods occur due to .........(15) (continue) and heavy rainfall.....(16) (Normal) dry lands get flooded when water overflows from the banks of water bodies. Felling of trees for ...........(17) (construct) activity causes soil erosion which .........(18) (ultimate) doesn't facilitate the seepage of flood water through the soil.

SECTION – C (Creative Expression) (1x5=5 Marks)
19.   Imagine you are the secretary of the “Cultural Club” of your school. You wish to conduct “Save Environment” campaign in your locality. Now, prepare a POSTER keeping in view the following details.


·   Title of the poster
·   Proper layout and illustrations
·   Target audience
·   Who issued the poster
·   Schedule of the campaign
·   Highlights of the campaign.
            ·   Chief guest,
·   guests of honour











Formative Assessment – 3 (Slip Test)2019-20
Name: …………………………..……………..… Class X, Roll No: ………….. English Max Marks: 20
SECTION – A (Comprehension)
Read the following poem carefully.
All the passengers got down. The coolie put his hand on a huge wooden box and shouted, 'Whose box is this?' Bayaji, who was brushing away the dust from his body, answered, 'Oh, it's mine please lower it down.'
The coolie heaved and grunted as he lowered the box which Bayaji caught with ease. Bayaji had packed his entire household goods in this box. There was no longer any reason to hang around in Bombay. He had worked honestly for the past thirty-five years in the dockyard and had retired from service two months before. Not that he had held an important position. He had merely got an extension for two years; during that period he had become a supervisor. Otherwise his entire life had been spent lifting heavy loads. He had worked very hard whenever he could, day and night.
Bayaji had crossed sixty but was in sound health. He had a sturdy frame right from birth, and hard work had given a well formed shape to his strong body. He paid fifteen paisa to the coolie, put the box, in which he had thrown pots and pans and sundry other things, on his own head and began to walk in the direction of his house.
Q. (1-4) Now answer the following questions. Each question has four choices. Choose the correct answer and write (A), (B), (C) or (D) in your answer booklet.                                                                                                         (4x1=4 Marks)
1. He had held an important position. What was the important position?                                            (          )
(A) a cooli            (B) a supervisor                                ( C ) a driver        (D) a conductor
2. Why did Bayaji pack his entire household goods in this box?                                                                                 (          )
(A) He was removed from his job and leaving for his native place `
(B) He retired from his job and leaving for his native place
( C ) He was promoted as a supervisor and was moving to his place
(D) He was going to shift his new house
3. What kind of man was Bayaji ?                                                                                                                             (          )
(A) honest and hard working      (B) smooth and strong  
( C ) old and strong                          (D) honest but not sincere
4. He paid fifteen paisa to the coolie, What does this tell us about Bayaji?                                          (          )
(A) He was jealous          (B) He was kind                                 ( C ) He was sensitive     (D) He was serious
Answer the following Questions in two or three Sentences.                                                    (3x2=6 Marks)
5. What was the reason for Bayaji’s stay in Bombay?     
6. What were the two reasons for Bayaji’s strong body?
7. What would happen if Bayaji did not become the supervisor?
SECTION – B (Vocabulary and Grammar)
(Questions 9-14)) Read the following passage and fill in the blanks choosing the correct words from the brackets and write them in your answer booklet.                                                                                                  (6x½=3 Marks)
Trees are the …………… (9) (most/more) useful things in the world. Children play under them. Travellers rest in their …………… (10) (cool/cold) shade. Trees ………… (11) (give/gave) us fruit to eat and firewood to burn. We build houses and make furniture ……………. (12) (with/for) the wood of the trees, we need trees for our lives. If there were no trees, there would be ……… (13) (know/no) life on earth. Living things breathe in air. They breathe in oxygen from the air and breathe out carbon dioxide. If all the oxygen in the air was used up leaving only carbon dioxide what would happen to all of us. ……… (14) (Everyone/None) would die.
(Questions 15-18) Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with appropriate form of the word given in the brackets.                                                                                                                                                                (4x½=2 Marks)
                                          Kalam ………….. (15) (give) a touching account of the close relationship he shared with his mother. Kalam’s mother Ashiamma …………. (16) (devote) her life to the service of the family. Theirs ………… (17) (be) a middle class joint family. The money ………….. (18) (earn) by Kalam’s father was hardly enough to meet the needs of so many people.
SECTION – C (Creative Expression) (1x5=5 Marks)
19.   “National Kite Flying Day” is observed annually on 8th of February and is marked by kite flying enthusiast across the country. Assume that your school is going to celebrate the same. Imagine that you are Sathish /Savitha, the head boy / girl of your school, design an INVITATION to send to the parents and the village elders. You can make use of the following clues.

·   Date, venue
·   Welcome address
·   Chief guest, guests of honours
·   Cultural programmes
               ·   Vote of thanks


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FA-3 Slip Tests for Classes 9 and 10 English

Name: …………………………R.No:…. Class 9    English   Slip test for FA 3

Section – A (Reading Comprehension)
Read the following paragraph and answer the questions that follow.
We are a part of the Earth and it is a part of us. The perfumed flowers are our sisters; the deer, the horse, the great eagle, these are our brothers. The rocky crests, the juices in the meadows, the body heat of the pony, and the man, all belong to the same family. So, when the Great Chief in Washington sends word that he wishes to buy our land, he asks much of us. The Great White Chief sends word, that he will reserve us a place so that we can live comfortably to ourselves. He will be our father and we will be his children. So we will consider your offer to buy land. But it will not be easy. For, this land is sacred to us.
This shining water that moves in streams and rivers is not just water but the blood of our ancestors. If we sell you land, you must remember that it is the sacred blood of our ancestors. If we sell you land, you must remember that it is sacred, and you must teach your children that it is sacred and that each ghostly reflection in the clear water of the lakes tells of events in the life of my people. The water’s murmur is the voice of my father's father.
Now answer the following questions. (4x1=4m)
1.      Who are compared to sisters of the Red Indians?                                                                     (          )

A)    Flowers
B)     Horses
C)     Pony
D)    man

2.      Who asked the Red Indian Chief to sell his land?                                                                    (          )

A)    Chief Seattle
B)     The Great White Chief
C)     Washington
D)    The Red Indian Chief

3.      What kind of text is this passage?                                                                                            (          )

A)    Biography
B)     Story
C)     Speech
D)    Drama Script

4.      What is compared with the blood of Red Indian’s ancestors?                                                  (          )

A)    Warmth of the pony
B)     Sweet scent of the flowers
C)     Shining water in the streams
D)    Ghostly reflection

Now answer the following questions in about two sentences. (3x2=6m)
5.      Who gave the speech and why did he give it?
6.      What is compared to his forefather’s voice?
7.      What do you do to protect your environment?

Section – B (Vocabulary and Grammar)
(Questions 9-14)) Read the following passage and fill in the blanks choosing the correct words from the brackets and write them in your answer booklet.                                                                                                  (6x½=3 Marks)
                    Once there was a very rich man. He was a miser. He ….. (9) (ate/hate) cheap food for little money. He …… (10) (learnt/lent) money to small shopkeepers at a …….. (11) (height/high) rate of interest. In this ……. (12) (way/weigh) he earned a lot of money.
                    Every morning he went out to …… (13) (sea/see) the shopkeepers and came …… (14) (home/hope) at mid-day.
(Questions 15-18) Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with appropriate form of the word given in the brackets.                                                                                                                                                                (4x½=2 Marks)
                                          Floods occur due to .........(15) (continue) and heavy rainfall.....(16) (Normal) dry lands get flooded when water overflows from the banks of water bodies. Felling of trees for ...........(17) (construct) activity causes soil erosion which .........(18) (ultimate) doesn't facilitate the seepage of flood water through the soil.

SECTION – C (Creative Expression) (1x5=5 Marks)
19.   Imagine you are the secretary of the “Cultural Club” of your school. You wish to conduct “Save Environment” campaign in your locality. Now, prepare a POSTER keeping in view the following details.


·   Title of the poster
·   Proper layout and illustrations
·   Target audience
·   Who issued the poster
·   Schedule of the campaign
·   Highlights of the campaign.
            ·   Chief guest,
·   guests of honour











Formative Assessment – 3 (Slip Test)2019-20
Name: …………………………..……………..… Class X, Roll No: ………….. English Max Marks: 20
SECTION – A (Comprehension)
Read the following poem carefully.
All the passengers got down. The coolie put his hand on a huge wooden box and shouted, 'Whose box is this?' Bayaji, who was brushing away the dust from his body, answered, 'Oh, it's mine please lower it down.'
The coolie heaved and grunted as he lowered the box which Bayaji caught with ease. Bayaji had packed his entire household goods in this box. There was no longer any reason to hang around in Bombay. He had worked honestly for the past thirty-five years in the dockyard and had retired from service two months before. Not that he had held an important position. He had merely got an extension for two years; during that period he had become a supervisor. Otherwise his entire life had been spent lifting heavy loads. He had worked very hard whenever he could, day and night.
Bayaji had crossed sixty but was in sound health. He had a sturdy frame right from birth, and hard work had given a well formed shape to his strong body. He paid fifteen paisa to the coolie, put the box, in which he had thrown pots and pans and sundry other things, on his own head and began to walk in the direction of his house.
Q. (1-4) Now answer the following questions. Each question has four choices. Choose the correct answer and write (A), (B), (C) or (D) in your answer booklet.                                                                                                         (4x1=4 Marks)
1. He had held an important position. What was the important position?                                            (          )
(A) a cooli            (B) a supervisor                                ( C ) a driver        (D) a conductor
2. Why did Bayaji pack his entire household goods in this box?                                                                                 (          )
(A) He was removed from his job and leaving for his native place `
(B) He retired from his job and leaving for his native place
( C ) He was promoted as a supervisor and was moving to his place
(D) He was going to shift his new house
3. What kind of man was Bayaji ?                                                                                                                             (          )
(A) honest and hard working      (B) smooth and strong  
( C ) old and strong                          (D) honest but not sincere
4. He paid fifteen paisa to the coolie, What does this tell us about Bayaji?                                          (          )
(A) He was jealous          (B) He was kind                                 ( C ) He was sensitive     (D) He was serious
Answer the following Questions in two or three Sentences.                                                    (3x2=6 Marks)
5. What was the reason for Bayaji’s stay in Bombay?     
6. What were the two reasons for Bayaji’s strong body?
7. What would happen if Bayaji did not become the supervisor?
SECTION – B (Vocabulary and Grammar)
(Questions 9-14)) Read the following passage and fill in the blanks choosing the correct words from the brackets and write them in your answer booklet.                                                                                                  (6x½=3 Marks)
Trees are the …………… (9) (most/more) useful things in the world. Children play under them. Travellers rest in their …………… (10) (cool/cold) shade. Trees ………… (11) (give/gave) us fruit to eat and firewood to burn. We build houses and make furniture ……………. (12) (with/for) the wood of the trees, we need trees for our lives. If there were no trees, there would be ……… (13) (know/no) life on earth. Living things breathe in air. They breathe in oxygen from the air and breathe out carbon dioxide. If all the oxygen in the air was used up leaving only carbon dioxide what would happen to all of us. ……… (14) (Everyone/None) would die.
(Questions 15-18) Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with appropriate form of the word given in the brackets.                                                                                                                                                                (4x½=2 Marks)
                                          Kalam ………….. (15) (give) a touching account of the close relationship he shared with his mother. Kalam’s mother Ashiamma …………. (16) (devote) her life to the service of the family. Theirs ………… (17) (be) a middle class joint family. The money ………….. (18) (earn) by Kalam’s father was hardly enough to meet the needs of so many people.
SECTION – C (Creative Expression) (1x5=5 Marks)
19.   “National Kite Flying Day” is observed annually on 8th of February and is marked by kite flying enthusiast across the country. Assume that your school is going to celebrate the same. Imagine that you are Sathish /Savitha, the head boy / girl of your school, design an INVITATION to send to the parents and the village elders. You can make use of the following clues.

·   Date, venue
·   Welcome address
·   Chief guest, guests of honours
·   Cultural programmes
               ·   Vote of thanks


Whatsapp to 8341469021 for PDF file


September 29, 2019

THE AUDIO-LESSONS FOR CLASS 5 READING THE TEXT

THE AUDIO-LESSONS FOR CLASS 5
READING THE TEXT

Here is a list of audio lessons (reading text) for class 5 English for SCERT Hyderabad Telangana Syllabus

           Click the links below to download the audio files                         
                         2. Karate Kitten
                         3. Together We Live
                         4. A Big Surprise
          5. The Food We Eat
          6. The Witty Nasruddin
          7. I Was Bad At Cricket
          8. Will Power
THE AUDIO-LESSONS FOR CLASS 5
READING THE TEXT

Here is a list of audio lessons (reading text) for class 5 English for SCERT Hyderabad Telangana Syllabus

           Click the links below to download the audio files                         
                         2. Karate Kitten
                         3. Together We Live
                         4. A Big Surprise
          5. The Food We Eat
          6. The Witty Nasruddin
          7. I Was Bad At Cricket
          8. Will Power

August 28, 2019

IT'S CHANGE ... An interpretation of the poem by Harinath Vemula

IT'S CHANGE ...  
An interpretation of the poem by Harinath Vemula


IT’S CHANGE …

(By Emma Gorie)



Mum I don’t want to go to school today,
‘cause I fear our world is in decay.

I feel my teachers are part of the plot,
I’m the only one who sees through the rot.

Scientists are cloning pigs and sheep,
Saying, it’s change – a quantum leap.

Biologists are making stem cells grow,
Saying, it’s change – the way to go.

Geologists are finding cracks in our earth,
Saying, it’s change – predicting it’s birth.

Archaeologists are digging up fossils and bones,
Saying, it’s change – time for clones.

Yes, scientists are causing me great concern,
Giving us kids too much to learn!!!



Interpretation of the poem – “It’s Change…” by Harinath Vemula
           
This is a poem which was written by Emma Gorie. She is from Australia. She has a little concern to science and scientists.

            The narrator of the poem is either a boy or a girl who goes to school. The child is portrayed as a naughty child. He/She talks to his/her mother how the science is being changed.

            This poem consists of seven couplets. Initially the child refuses to go to school today and is more concerned about the world. The child finds many reasons for absence. But the last couplet reveals the secret.

            The child is naughty. He/She has learnt many things in the school regarding the science and its development now a day.

            The child explains her/his mother how the scientists change the world with their inventions and how the world is being changed by the science. The child refers to the scientists, biologists, geologists and archaeologists and how they change the world.

            But satirically complains about the teachers how they plot to teach all the science. Finally the child complains about the burden the children have to face as the syllabus of the science and its change in the world.

            The child claims that it’s really burden to them to all the science that has been developing like, science, biology, geology, archeology etc,. And the child blames the teachers that he/she is plotting by teaching all these things as part of the science subject.

            This poem is critically organized in a simple manner supporting the science development and satires school syllabus as well by saying the scientists are causing great concern/burden to learn too much.


IT'S CHANGE ...  
An interpretation of the poem by Harinath Vemula


IT’S CHANGE …

(By Emma Gorie)



Mum I don’t want to go to school today,
‘cause I fear our world is in decay.

I feel my teachers are part of the plot,
I’m the only one who sees through the rot.

Scientists are cloning pigs and sheep,
Saying, it’s change – a quantum leap.

Biologists are making stem cells grow,
Saying, it’s change – the way to go.

Geologists are finding cracks in our earth,
Saying, it’s change – predicting it’s birth.

Archaeologists are digging up fossils and bones,
Saying, it’s change – time for clones.

Yes, scientists are causing me great concern,
Giving us kids too much to learn!!!



Interpretation of the poem – “It’s Change…” by Harinath Vemula
           
This is a poem which was written by Emma Gorie. She is from Australia. She has a little concern to science and scientists.

            The narrator of the poem is either a boy or a girl who goes to school. The child is portrayed as a naughty child. He/She talks to his/her mother how the science is being changed.

            This poem consists of seven couplets. Initially the child refuses to go to school today and is more concerned about the world. The child finds many reasons for absence. But the last couplet reveals the secret.

            The child is naughty. He/She has learnt many things in the school regarding the science and its development now a day.

            The child explains her/his mother how the scientists change the world with their inventions and how the world is being changed by the science. The child refers to the scientists, biologists, geologists and archaeologists and how they change the world.

            But satirically complains about the teachers how they plot to teach all the science. Finally the child complains about the burden the children have to face as the syllabus of the science and its change in the world.

            The child claims that it’s really burden to them to all the science that has been developing like, science, biology, geology, archeology etc,. And the child blames the teachers that he/she is plotting by teaching all these things as part of the science subject.

            This poem is critically organized in a simple manner supporting the science development and satires school syllabus as well by saying the scientists are causing great concern/burden to learn too much.


August 27, 2019

August 26, 2019

August 25, 2019

2019-20 FA2 English for class 10

Slip Test for  FA2 English for class 10

Formative Assessment – 2 (Slip Test) – 2019-20
Name: …………………………………………………………..……………..… Class X, Roll No: ………….. English Max Marks: 20
SECTION – A (Comprehension)
Read the following poem carefully.
                We give undue importance to our health and the treatment of diseases. A large number of medicines treat only the symptoms of the disease, and not the root cause. In fact, the cause of many chronic ailments is still being rese3arched. It is here that yoga therapy comes to our assistance.
                Yoga emphasizes treatment of the root cause of an ailment. It words in a slow, subtle land miraculous manner. Modern medicine can claim to save a life at a critical stage, but for complete recovery and regaining of normal health, on must believe in the efficiency of yoga therapy.
                The yogic way of life includes a code of ethics, regulations, discipline and more, combined with prayer and meditation. Simple Asanas help to stretch and relax the whole body and neutralize tensions. Through continuous practice, yoga postures can have a profound effect on the inner dimensions of life, establishing deep calm, concentration, emotional stability and confidence.
                Now, answer the following questions. Each question has four choices. Choose the correct answer and write A/B/C/D in your answer booklet.                                                                    3x1=3
1.       According to the passage, most of the medicines treat ……..              (           )


A.       diseases
B.       symptoms of the disease
C.       root cause of the disease
D.       mental tensions


2.       The phrase ‘chronic ailments’ means ……                                  (           )


A.       The disease that lasts for long
B.       The disease that lasts for a short time
C.       The disease that lasts for a week
D.       Hereditary diseases


3.       Simple Asanas help us to …………                                             (            )


A.       Stretch our body
B.       Stretch and relax the whole body and neutralize tensions
C.       Treat diseases
D.       Keep ourselves happy


Now answer the following questions in about two or three sentences.                     2x1=2
4.       How is yoga different from other treatments?
5.       Is yoga better than physical exercise? How?
SECTION – B (Vocabulary and Grammar)
Complete the following passage choosing the right words from the options given below. Each blank is numbered and has four choices A, B, C and D. Choose the correct answer from the given choices and write A/B/C/D in your answer booklet. 4 x ½ =2
                In volcanic areas, underground water …………. (6) often rise to a temperature of 2000C. Now-a-days, wells …….. (7) drilled to extract the steam which is used to drive turbines. This is ……… (8) of the world’s fastest growing sources of energy. …………. (9) the water is heated by enormous reservoirs of cooling rock several kilometers across, geothermal steam is said to be a renewable energy resource.
6.       A) should               B) can                     C) must                   D) ought to
7.       A) is                        B) been                  C) are                     D) being
8.       A) any                     B) some                  C) one                    D) few
9.       A) As                       B) While                 C) Though              D) Even
Read the following passage and fill in the blanks choosing the correct word given in the brackets. Write the answer in your booklet.                                                                                                                                                                                                6 x ½ = 3
Tap dancing is an exciting ………. (10) (form/from) of dance in which dancers ……… (11) (wear/wore) special shoes equipped with small metal plates under the …………… (12) (heel/hill) and toe. Tap dancers use their ……….. (13) (feet/foot) to create …………. (14) (rhythm/rhythmic) patterns and timed beats as the shoes touch the hard (15) (flour/floor) or surface.
SECTION – C (Creative Expression)
16.    Advertisement appeals to children, luring them to buy the products, putting pressure on parents. As a result, children demand the clothes, shoes, food etc., advertised on the TV.
Now, write a letter to the editor of a daily newspaper highlighting the negative effects of advertisements on children. Make use of the following ideas;


v  Nature of advertisements which attracting children
v  Children demand for the products
v  Influence of peer group
v  Pressure the parents to buy things

v  Suggestions to control the TV ads                                                                                                                     (10x1=10)
Slip Test for  FA2 English for class 10

Formative Assessment – 2 (Slip Test) – 2019-20
Name: …………………………………………………………..……………..… Class X, Roll No: ………….. English Max Marks: 20
SECTION – A (Comprehension)
Read the following poem carefully.
                We give undue importance to our health and the treatment of diseases. A large number of medicines treat only the symptoms of the disease, and not the root cause. In fact, the cause of many chronic ailments is still being rese3arched. It is here that yoga therapy comes to our assistance.
                Yoga emphasizes treatment of the root cause of an ailment. It words in a slow, subtle land miraculous manner. Modern medicine can claim to save a life at a critical stage, but for complete recovery and regaining of normal health, on must believe in the efficiency of yoga therapy.
                The yogic way of life includes a code of ethics, regulations, discipline and more, combined with prayer and meditation. Simple Asanas help to stretch and relax the whole body and neutralize tensions. Through continuous practice, yoga postures can have a profound effect on the inner dimensions of life, establishing deep calm, concentration, emotional stability and confidence.
                Now, answer the following questions. Each question has four choices. Choose the correct answer and write A/B/C/D in your answer booklet.                                                                    3x1=3
1.       According to the passage, most of the medicines treat ……..              (           )


A.       diseases
B.       symptoms of the disease
C.       root cause of the disease
D.       mental tensions


2.       The phrase ‘chronic ailments’ means ……                                  (           )


A.       The disease that lasts for long
B.       The disease that lasts for a short time
C.       The disease that lasts for a week
D.       Hereditary diseases


3.       Simple Asanas help us to …………                                             (            )


A.       Stretch our body
B.       Stretch and relax the whole body and neutralize tensions
C.       Treat diseases
D.       Keep ourselves happy


Now answer the following questions in about two or three sentences.                     2x1=2
4.       How is yoga different from other treatments?
5.       Is yoga better than physical exercise? How?
SECTION – B (Vocabulary and Grammar)
Complete the following passage choosing the right words from the options given below. Each blank is numbered and has four choices A, B, C and D. Choose the correct answer from the given choices and write A/B/C/D in your answer booklet. 4 x ½ =2
                In volcanic areas, underground water …………. (6) often rise to a temperature of 2000C. Now-a-days, wells …….. (7) drilled to extract the steam which is used to drive turbines. This is ……… (8) of the world’s fastest growing sources of energy. …………. (9) the water is heated by enormous reservoirs of cooling rock several kilometers across, geothermal steam is said to be a renewable energy resource.
6.       A) should               B) can                     C) must                   D) ought to
7.       A) is                        B) been                  C) are                     D) being
8.       A) any                     B) some                  C) one                    D) few
9.       A) As                       B) While                 C) Though              D) Even
Read the following passage and fill in the blanks choosing the correct word given in the brackets. Write the answer in your booklet.                                                                                                                                                                                                6 x ½ = 3
Tap dancing is an exciting ………. (10) (form/from) of dance in which dancers ……… (11) (wear/wore) special shoes equipped with small metal plates under the …………… (12) (heel/hill) and toe. Tap dancers use their ……….. (13) (feet/foot) to create …………. (14) (rhythm/rhythmic) patterns and timed beats as the shoes touch the hard (15) (flour/floor) or surface.
SECTION – C (Creative Expression)
16.    Advertisement appeals to children, luring them to buy the products, putting pressure on parents. As a result, children demand the clothes, shoes, food etc., advertised on the TV.
Now, write a letter to the editor of a daily newspaper highlighting the negative effects of advertisements on children. Make use of the following ideas;


v  Nature of advertisements which attracting children
v  Children demand for the products
v  Influence of peer group
v  Pressure the parents to buy things

v  Suggestions to control the TV ads                                                                                                                     (10x1=10)

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