15 November 2020

10th & 9th unseen Poem and Passage Practice-2

 

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MONEY 

When I had money, money, O!
I knew no joy till I went poor;
For many a false man as a friend
Came knocking all day at my door

Then felt I like a child that holds
A trumpet that he must not blow
Because a man is dead; I hared
Not speak to let this false world know.

Much have I thought of life, and seen
How poor men’s heart are ever light
And their wives do hum like bees
About their work from morn till night.

So, when I hear these poor one’s laugh,
And see the rich one’s coldly frown
Poor men, think I, need not go up
So much as rich men should come down

When I had money, money, O!
My many friends proved all untrue;
But now I have no money O!
My friends are real, though very few.
 [William Henry Davies]

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My grandmother and I were good friends. My parents left me wither when they went to live in the city and we were constantly together. She used to wake me up in the morning and get me ready for school. She said her morning prayer in the monotonous sing song while she bathed and dressed me in the hope that I would listen and get to know it by heart; I listened because I loved her voice but never bothered to learn it. Then she would fetch my wooden slate which she had already washed and plastered with yellow chalk, a tiny earthen ink-pot and a red pen tie them all in a bundle and hand it to me. After a breakfast of a thick, stale chapatti, with a little butter and sugar spread on it, we went to school. She carried several stale chapattis with her for the village dogs.
My grandmother always went to school with me because the school was attached to the temple. The priest taught us the alphabet and the morning prayer. While the children sat in rows on either side on the verandah singing the alphabet or the prayer in a chorus. My grandmother sat inside reading the scriptures. When we had both finished, we would walk back together with dogs following us for food. 
[My grandmother – Kushwanth Singh]

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Here is an unseen practice poem and passage. You will check your results and correct answers immediately.  First read the passage given here under twice and then try the quiz.

👇👇Read the Poem👇👇
MONEY 

When I had money, money, O!
I knew no joy till I went poor;
For many a false man as a friend
Came knocking all day at my door

Then felt I like a child that holds
A trumpet that he must not blow
Because a man is dead; I hared
Not speak to let this false world know.

Much have I thought of life, and seen
How poor men’s heart are ever light
And their wives do hum like bees
About their work from morn till night.

So, when I hear these poor one’s laugh,
And see the rich one’s coldly frown
Poor men, think I, need not go up
So much as rich men should come down

When I had money, money, O!
My many friends proved all untrue;
But now I have no money O!
My friends are real, though very few.
 [William Henry Davies]

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My grandmother and I were good friends. My parents left me wither when they went to live in the city and we were constantly together. She used to wake me up in the morning and get me ready for school. She said her morning prayer in the monotonous sing song while she bathed and dressed me in the hope that I would listen and get to know it by heart; I listened because I loved her voice but never bothered to learn it. Then she would fetch my wooden slate which she had already washed and plastered with yellow chalk, a tiny earthen ink-pot and a red pen tie them all in a bundle and hand it to me. After a breakfast of a thick, stale chapatti, with a little butter and sugar spread on it, we went to school. She carried several stale chapattis with her for the village dogs.
My grandmother always went to school with me because the school was attached to the temple. The priest taught us the alphabet and the morning prayer. While the children sat in rows on either side on the verandah singing the alphabet or the prayer in a chorus. My grandmother sat inside reading the scriptures. When we had both finished, we would walk back together with dogs following us for food. 
[My grandmother – Kushwanth Singh]

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8th Class The Treasure Within (Segment-1) by SCERT TS

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10th Class The Journey (Segment-2) by SCERT TS

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10th Class The Journey Segment-1 by SCERT TS

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10th Class Human Relations (Face-Sheet) by SCERT TS

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12 November 2020

10th and 9th Unseen Passage Practice-1

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    Rights and duties are two sides of the same coin. One can’t exist without the other. Duties without rights are mere slavery. Similarly, rights without duties amount to be lawlessness in any civilized society. Rights and duties must go side by side.

    But in today’s world, everybody talks much about his rights. There is a great hue and cry if our rights are infringed. But nobody seems to bother much about his duties. That is why there is a great unrest in our present-day life. Actually, duties come first, and rights afterwards. Many a tie, one man’s right is another man’s duty and vice versa for example every man has the right to have an undisturbed sleep. So it becomes the duty of his neighbour not to tune his TV volume at too high pitch. If we want to enjoy our rights, we should act in such a way that the rights of other are not trespassed. It can happen only if we take due account of our duties also. In short rights and duties are complementary things and not contradictory. The real ideal should be to do the duty without bothering about the rights. This will give peace to our mind and the life will be free from tension. 
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    Rights and duties are two sides of the same coin. One can’t exist without the other. Duties without rights are mere slavery. Similarly, rights without duties amount to be lawlessness in any civilized society. Rights and duties must go side by side.

    But in today’s world, everybody talks much about his rights. There is a great hue and cry if our rights are infringed. But nobody seems to bother much about his duties. That is why there is a great unrest in our present-day life. Actually, duties come first, and rights afterwards. Many a tie, one man’s right is another man’s duty and vice versa for example every man has the right to have an undisturbed sleep. So it becomes the duty of his neighbour not to tune his TV volume at too high pitch. If we want to enjoy our rights, we should act in such a way that the rights of other are not trespassed. It can happen only if we take due account of our duties also. In short rights and duties are complementary things and not contradictory. The real ideal should be to do the duty without bothering about the rights. This will give peace to our mind and the life will be free from tension. 
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11 November 2020

9th Class Disaster (Face-sheet) by Mr. Dharamdeep Patil

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9th Class What is man without the beasts? (Segment-1) by SCERT TS

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9th Class Environment Face-sheet

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09 November 2020

The Journey 33 Important Comprehension Questions and Answers for Class 10 English

 Here is a bunch of 33 comprehension questions and answers other than text questions. These are the possible and important questions and answers for the topic - The Journey - for class 10 English. Do make use of it and get comprehended the text better.

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THE JOURNEY

1.       How would you feel to attend school after spending a week holiday?

I would feel unhappy and not interested to go to school after spending a week holiday.

2.       Why was the son not ready to go to his place of work?

The narrator was not ready to go to his place of work after spending a leisurely six months of leave and getting married.

3.       Why did the son come home this time?

The narrator came home this time to get married.

4.       How long does the son take leave?

The narrator took six months of leave.

5.       The fact that …. What was the fact?

The fact was that he was married and not interested to leave his newly-wed wife leave behind.

6.       The narrator says “Obviously I did not want to go. However, I finally did decide to go.” What might be the reasons behind the change of opinion?

The narrator changed his opinion on joining the duty. Because his marriage had increased his responsibilities and he had got into debt.

7.       Write two sentences of you own about the village his father lived in?

The narrator’s father lived in a village on a hilly terrain. It was really non pollution and healthy relationship maintaining area. There was no roads and bus facility to his village.

8.       Why did the son decide to go to work finally?

The son decided to go to work finally because his marriage had increased his responsibilities and he had got into debt.

9.       Did he take any unpaid leave? Why?

He initially wanted to take even unpaid leave but didn’t take any more leave as he had got into debt.

10.   Who arranged the marriage?

The parents of the narrator arrange the marriage according to their customs.

11.   What was the special purpose of the narrator coming home?

The special purpose of the narrator’s coming home this time was that he was getting married.

12.   ….. came up with a solution. – What was the problem? What was the solution?

The problem was that the narrator didn’t find anyone to carry his luggage. But his father came up to carry the luggage as a solution.

13.   Nobody had time to spare for the narrator. Why?

Nobody had time to spare for the narrator. Because most of the villagers were busy in their field works.

14.   Who carried the luggage when the son came home?

When the narrator came home a porter carried his luggage.

15.   Who carried the luggage this time? Why?

Father of the narrator carried the luggage this time because they couldn’t find anyone to carry it. And the narrator felt guilty and ashamed of carrying his own luggage.

16.   Why did the son not carry his own luggage?

The narrator felt false prestige and false pride of his education and white-collar job. So, he didn’t carry his own luggage.

17.   What was the weight of the luggage?

The weight of the luggage was a 20-kilo.

18.   Do you think that the son really protested his father to carry the luggage?

No, I don’t think that the narrator protested whole heartedly his father to carry the luggage.

19.   If you were the son, what would you do? Do you let your father carry the luggage? Why?

If I were the narrator, I would carry my own luggage. I never get any inhibitions to do our own work.

20.   They hardly talked during their journey to Dirang. Why?

His father was carrying the luggage and walked fast. For the guilty the narrator didn’t talk to his father much.

21.   Who do you think strong? The father or the son? How do you say?

Mentally and physically his father was strong. He carried the luggage and came up with a solution when the narrator was hesitating to carry his own luggage and never blamed his son.

22.   Why was the crowd gathered? Have you ever seen such gathering? When?

The crowd gathered there to wish the narrator good-luck and say good-bye. Yes, I have seen such gatherings here in my village when people getting to go longer places. For instance, here people go to Gulf countries for work.

23.   Who do you think was physically strong? Why?

Absolutely his father was physically strong. When they went to Dirang the narrator was unable to carry his own luggage and was far behind of his father in his walk.

24.   What was the road compared to?

The road was compared to a giant motionless rope.

25.   Do you think parents feel proud of their children? If yes when? If not why?

Yes, of course, parents feel proud of their children when they do something good or succeed in their life.

26.   Why did they rest on the way?

As it was a long journey on the pebble strewn road, they were tired. Hence, they took rest on the way.

27.   Why didn’t the son observe the road uneven?

The narrator didn’t observe the road uneven as he had worn the hunting boots and didn’t carry anything.

28.   Do you think his father was happy with the old pair of hunting boots? Why?

Yes, his father was happy with the old pair of hunting boots. Most of the parents will be happy with their children even they provide little things.

29.   Do you let your father go with old pair of shoes if you were the narrator? What would you do?

No, I don’t let my father go with old pair of shoes. I would persuade him to get a new pair.

30.   How did the father’s feet resemble?

The narrator’s father’s feet resembled of an elephant’s feet.

31.   Why did the father ask for old pair of shoes?

His father didn’t want to waste money on buying new shoes for him. Hence, he asked for the old pair of shoes.

32.   If you were the father how would you feel for carrying the luggage?

If I were the father, I would feel happy for carrying the luggage to Dirang. I never belittle my children.

33.   Prepare an invitation card for the son for his marriage. Use the name and other details at your will.

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THE JOURNEY

1.       How would you feel to attend school after spending a week holiday?

I would feel unhappy and not interested to go to school after spending a week holiday.

2.       Why was the son not ready to go to his place of work?

The narrator was not ready to go to his place of work after spending a leisurely six months of leave and getting married.

3.       Why did the son come home this time?

The narrator came home this time to get married.

4.       How long does the son take leave?

The narrator took six months of leave.

5.       The fact that …. What was the fact?

The fact was that he was married and not interested to leave his newly-wed wife leave behind.

6.       The narrator says “Obviously I did not want to go. However, I finally did decide to go.” What might be the reasons behind the change of opinion?

The narrator changed his opinion on joining the duty. Because his marriage had increased his responsibilities and he had got into debt.

7.       Write two sentences of you own about the village his father lived in?

The narrator’s father lived in a village on a hilly terrain. It was really non pollution and healthy relationship maintaining area. There was no roads and bus facility to his village.

8.       Why did the son decide to go to work finally?

The son decided to go to work finally because his marriage had increased his responsibilities and he had got into debt.

9.       Did he take any unpaid leave? Why?

He initially wanted to take even unpaid leave but didn’t take any more leave as he had got into debt.

10.   Who arranged the marriage?

The parents of the narrator arrange the marriage according to their customs.

11.   What was the special purpose of the narrator coming home?

The special purpose of the narrator’s coming home this time was that he was getting married.

12.   ….. came up with a solution. – What was the problem? What was the solution?

The problem was that the narrator didn’t find anyone to carry his luggage. But his father came up to carry the luggage as a solution.

13.   Nobody had time to spare for the narrator. Why?

Nobody had time to spare for the narrator. Because most of the villagers were busy in their field works.

14.   Who carried the luggage when the son came home?

When the narrator came home a porter carried his luggage.

15.   Who carried the luggage this time? Why?

Father of the narrator carried the luggage this time because they couldn’t find anyone to carry it. And the narrator felt guilty and ashamed of carrying his own luggage.

16.   Why did the son not carry his own luggage?

The narrator felt false prestige and false pride of his education and white-collar job. So, he didn’t carry his own luggage.

17.   What was the weight of the luggage?

The weight of the luggage was a 20-kilo.

18.   Do you think that the son really protested his father to carry the luggage?

No, I don’t think that the narrator protested whole heartedly his father to carry the luggage.

19.   If you were the son, what would you do? Do you let your father carry the luggage? Why?

If I were the narrator, I would carry my own luggage. I never get any inhibitions to do our own work.

20.   They hardly talked during their journey to Dirang. Why?

His father was carrying the luggage and walked fast. For the guilty the narrator didn’t talk to his father much.

21.   Who do you think strong? The father or the son? How do you say?

Mentally and physically his father was strong. He carried the luggage and came up with a solution when the narrator was hesitating to carry his own luggage and never blamed his son.

22.   Why was the crowd gathered? Have you ever seen such gathering? When?

The crowd gathered there to wish the narrator good-luck and say good-bye. Yes, I have seen such gatherings here in my village when people getting to go longer places. For instance, here people go to Gulf countries for work.

23.   Who do you think was physically strong? Why?

Absolutely his father was physically strong. When they went to Dirang the narrator was unable to carry his own luggage and was far behind of his father in his walk.

24.   What was the road compared to?

The road was compared to a giant motionless rope.

25.   Do you think parents feel proud of their children? If yes when? If not why?

Yes, of course, parents feel proud of their children when they do something good or succeed in their life.

26.   Why did they rest on the way?

As it was a long journey on the pebble strewn road, they were tired. Hence, they took rest on the way.

27.   Why didn’t the son observe the road uneven?

The narrator didn’t observe the road uneven as he had worn the hunting boots and didn’t carry anything.

28.   Do you think his father was happy with the old pair of hunting boots? Why?

Yes, his father was happy with the old pair of hunting boots. Most of the parents will be happy with their children even they provide little things.

29.   Do you let your father go with old pair of shoes if you were the narrator? What would you do?

No, I don’t let my father go with old pair of shoes. I would persuade him to get a new pair.

30.   How did the father’s feet resemble?

The narrator’s father’s feet resembled of an elephant’s feet.

31.   Why did the father ask for old pair of shoes?

His father didn’t want to waste money on buying new shoes for him. Hence, he asked for the old pair of shoes.

32.   If you were the father how would you feel for carrying the luggage?

If I were the father, I would feel happy for carrying the luggage to Dirang. I never belittle my children.

33.   Prepare an invitation card for the son for his marriage. Use the name and other details at your will.

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8th Class "The Fun They Had" worksheet

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08 November 2020

Let's check our Reading Comprehension Skills-2

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Let's check our Reading Comprehension Skills-1

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07 November 2020

7th Class Dear Mom (Poem) Worksheet

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06 November 2020

6th Class 'The Naughty Boy' Poem Worksheet

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05 November 2020

10th Class Social Issues (Face-sheet) by Mr. Dharamdeep Patil

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04 November 2020

I WILL DO IT - 20 important Questions and Answers

 I WILL DO IT

1.     1.     What do Murthy’s seniors ask him to do?

Murthy’s seniors would ask him to solve their difficulties in Science subject.

2.     He could have gone unnoticed in a crowd. Why?

He could have gone unnoticed in a crowd because he was short.

3.     There was a spark in his eyes. When and why?

When someone asked Murthy a question related to Physics or Maths, there was a spark in his eyes as he was very much aware of it and interested in these two subjects.

4.     How fast could he grasp the theories of science?

According to the passage Murthy could grasp the theories of science faster than the speed of light.

5.     He prepared for an entrance test. What was it?

Murthy prepared for an entrance test to get admission into IIT.

6.     What is the ultimate aim of a bright student?

The ultimate aim of a student will be decided by the student himself/herself. But according to this passage the ultimate aim of a bright student is studying at an IIT.

7.     Expand IIT and IT.

IIT stands for Indian Institute of Technology and IT stands for Information Technology.

8.     If your father rejects you to join in a college you like after your class 10, what will you do?

If my father rejects me to join in a college that I like after my class 10, I accept him. Because he is the only source of earning for my family and I have to understand as a son.

9.     Narayana Murthy is a bright student. Do you agree? Find some supporting statements from the passage.

Yes, I do agree that Narayana Murthy is a bright student. There were evidences in the text. He cleared the doubts of his seniors and he had learnt the theories of science faster than the speed of the light.

10.What kind of a student are you? What’s your ultimate aim?

I think I am ………………………………… (a bright/an average/a dull) student. My ultimate aim is to become ………………..

11.Is it really difficult for his father to send Murthy to IIT? Why?

Yes, it is really difficult for Murthy’s father to send him to IIT as he had more responsibilities on his shoulder and he was the only earning source for their family.

12.He had to tell the bitter truth to his son. Who was the father? Who was the son? What was the truth?

Murthy and his father were the two persons. The truth was that his father was unable to bear the expenses at IIT and was not ready to join Murthy in IIT college though he had got a high rank.

13.His heart sank in sorrow. Whose heart sank in sorrow? Why?

Murthy’s heart sank in sorrow. Because he was obstructed to fulfill his dreams to study in an IIT college.

14.Are you an introvert or an extravert? How do you say?

I am an extravert because I would always share my feelings and emotions with others like parents and friends.

(or)

I am an introvert because I wouldn’t share my feelings and emotions with any others.

15.He did not reply his father. Why?

Murthy didn’t reply his father because he had understood the situation that his father was unable to bear his expenses at IIT. And also Murthy was an introvert.

16.Why did Murthy go to railway station?

Murthy went to railway station to say goodbye and good luck to his friends who were going to join IIT to pursue their higher education.

17.Who is a philanthropist?

A philanthropist is one who devotes his service or wealth for the love of mankind. Here in this lesson Murthy is a philanthropist.

18.What do you learn from Murthy’s life?

I have learnt that obstacles are common in life. One has to overcome and win the life with discipline, dedication and determination.

19.‘Your best friend is yourself and your worst enemy is yourself.’ How?

Yes, when you think positively, it will lead to good deeds and results. Thus, you yourself will become your best friend. When you think negatively, it will lead to bad deeds and results. Thus, you yourself will become your worst enemy.

20.What do you think the reason behind Murthy’s success despite facing difficulties?

The three qualities of Murthy made him successful despite having difficulties in his life. They are discipline, dedication and determination.

 I WILL DO IT

1.     1.     What do Murthy’s seniors ask him to do?

Murthy’s seniors would ask him to solve their difficulties in Science subject.

2.     He could have gone unnoticed in a crowd. Why?

He could have gone unnoticed in a crowd because he was short.

3.     There was a spark in his eyes. When and why?

When someone asked Murthy a question related to Physics or Maths, there was a spark in his eyes as he was very much aware of it and interested in these two subjects.

4.     How fast could he grasp the theories of science?

According to the passage Murthy could grasp the theories of science faster than the speed of light.

5.     He prepared for an entrance test. What was it?

Murthy prepared for an entrance test to get admission into IIT.

6.     What is the ultimate aim of a bright student?

The ultimate aim of a student will be decided by the student himself/herself. But according to this passage the ultimate aim of a bright student is studying at an IIT.

7.     Expand IIT and IT.

IIT stands for Indian Institute of Technology and IT stands for Information Technology.

8.     If your father rejects you to join in a college you like after your class 10, what will you do?

If my father rejects me to join in a college that I like after my class 10, I accept him. Because he is the only source of earning for my family and I have to understand as a son.

9.     Narayana Murthy is a bright student. Do you agree? Find some supporting statements from the passage.

Yes, I do agree that Narayana Murthy is a bright student. There were evidences in the text. He cleared the doubts of his seniors and he had learnt the theories of science faster than the speed of the light.

10.What kind of a student are you? What’s your ultimate aim?

I think I am ………………………………… (a bright/an average/a dull) student. My ultimate aim is to become ………………..

11.Is it really difficult for his father to send Murthy to IIT? Why?

Yes, it is really difficult for Murthy’s father to send him to IIT as he had more responsibilities on his shoulder and he was the only earning source for their family.

12.He had to tell the bitter truth to his son. Who was the father? Who was the son? What was the truth?

Murthy and his father were the two persons. The truth was that his father was unable to bear the expenses at IIT and was not ready to join Murthy in IIT college though he had got a high rank.

13.His heart sank in sorrow. Whose heart sank in sorrow? Why?

Murthy’s heart sank in sorrow. Because he was obstructed to fulfill his dreams to study in an IIT college.

14.Are you an introvert or an extravert? How do you say?

I am an extravert because I would always share my feelings and emotions with others like parents and friends.

(or)

I am an introvert because I wouldn’t share my feelings and emotions with any others.

15.He did not reply his father. Why?

Murthy didn’t reply his father because he had understood the situation that his father was unable to bear his expenses at IIT. And also Murthy was an introvert.

16.Why did Murthy go to railway station?

Murthy went to railway station to say goodbye and good luck to his friends who were going to join IIT to pursue their higher education.

17.Who is a philanthropist?

A philanthropist is one who devotes his service or wealth for the love of mankind. Here in this lesson Murthy is a philanthropist.

18.What do you learn from Murthy’s life?

I have learnt that obstacles are common in life. One has to overcome and win the life with discipline, dedication and determination.

19.‘Your best friend is yourself and your worst enemy is yourself.’ How?

Yes, when you think positively, it will lead to good deeds and results. Thus, you yourself will become your best friend. When you think negatively, it will lead to bad deeds and results. Thus, you yourself will become your worst enemy.

20.What do you think the reason behind Murthy’s success despite facing difficulties?

The three qualities of Murthy made him successful despite having difficulties in his life. They are discipline, dedication and determination.

02 November 2020

9th Class The River (Poem) worksheet

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31 October 2020

8th Class Science and Technology (Face-sheet)

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29 October 2020

7th Class Tenali Paints a Horse (Face-sheet) by Mr. Dharamdeep Patil

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28 October 2020

9th Class Not Just a Teacher but a Friend (poem) worksheet by Mr. Dharamdeep Patil

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27 October 2020

8th Class Gerund (verb+ing) as a noun Worksheet

Read the following information carefully and do the exercise given under. 

క్రింది సమాచారం జాగ్రత్తగా చదవండి తరువాత గల అభ్యాసం చేయండి.

1. He is swimming in a pool.

2. Swimming is good for health.

In the above two sentences you notice that verbs are used with ‘-ing’. Do you

notice any difference between them?

In the first sentence the verb + ing is preceded by is. The verb is in progressive

form. (మొదటి verb + ing ముందు is ఉంది. కాబట్టి ఆ verb + ing  ఆ verb కి progressive form అవుతుంది.)

In the second sentence you don’t find is, are, was or were before verb + ing. (రెండవ verb + ing ముందు is, are, was or were లేవు. కాబట్టి ఆ verb + ing  అక్కడ noun పనిచేస్తుంది.)

Such verbs with ‘-ing’ and without helping verbs are known as ‘Gerunds’. They are normally in the subject position or object position. (అలా noun పనిచేసే verb + ing ని Gerund అని అంటారు. )

I. Identify the gerunds in the following sentences.

1. The North Wind ceased roaring.

2. The Child did not see the giant coming.

3. I heard the children whispering outside the wall on their way to school.

4. Why is the Spring so late in coming?

5. Walking makes you healthy.

Now do this exercise given below 

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Read the following information carefully and do the exercise given under. 

క్రింది సమాచారం జాగ్రత్తగా చదవండి తరువాత గల అభ్యాసం చేయండి.

1. He is swimming in a pool.

2. Swimming is good for health.

In the above two sentences you notice that verbs are used with ‘-ing’. Do you

notice any difference between them?

In the first sentence the verb + ing is preceded by is. The verb is in progressive

form. (మొదటి verb + ing ముందు is ఉంది. కాబట్టి ఆ verb + ing  ఆ verb కి progressive form అవుతుంది.)

In the second sentence you don’t find is, are, was or were before verb + ing. (రెండవ verb + ing ముందు is, are, was or were లేవు. కాబట్టి ఆ verb + ing  అక్కడ noun పనిచేస్తుంది.)

Such verbs with ‘-ing’ and without helping verbs are known as ‘Gerunds’. They are normally in the subject position or object position. (అలా noun పనిచేసే verb + ing ని Gerund అని అంటారు. )

I. Identify the gerunds in the following sentences.

1. The North Wind ceased roaring.

2. The Child did not see the giant coming.

3. I heard the children whispering outside the wall on their way to school.

4. Why is the Spring so late in coming?

5. Walking makes you healthy.

Now do this exercise given below 

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26 October 2020

Let's Check our Grammar Proficiency-2 by Mr. V Dharmender Rao (Peddapally)

  Here is a quiz which helps us to check our Grammar Proficiency and also useful for competitive examinations along with school children.

This quiz consists of 50 MCQs targeting the grammar points: 

prepositions, articles, errors, tenses and letter writing

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  Here is a quiz which helps us to check our Grammar Proficiency and also useful for competitive examinations along with school children.

This quiz consists of 50 MCQs targeting the grammar points: 

prepositions, articles, errors, tenses and letter writing

This is prepared by Mr. V. Dharmender Rao 9849159479

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6th class An Adventure (Face-Sheet) by Mr. Dharamdeep Patil

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Every Success Story is also a Story of Great Failures (20-important questions and answers)

Every Success Story is also a Story of Great Failures

1.     “If you want to succeed, double your failure.” Do you agree? Why?

Yes, I do agree with the statement. But we have to learn something from the failure and when we do it again wo don’t commit the same mistake. Eventually it leads to success.

2.     What would you find if you study history?

According to the passage if we study history, we would understand that every success story is also a story of great failures.

3.     People see only one side of the picture. Which side do they see?

Yes, people see one side of the picture that is success side. They never see the failure side of the person when they get success.

4.     What do the people say about a successful person?

People around us say that the person, who succeeded in life, got lucky. Also, they say that the person was at the right place at the right time. But they never accept the greatness of the successful people.

5.     Do you call Abraham Lincoln a failure? Why?

No, I never call him a failure as I have known that he failed many a time but never gave up to do something. Finally, he succeeded to become the President of America when he was 52.

6.     What is the invention of Lee De Forest?

Lee De Forest invented a triodes tube that takes relatively weak electrical signals and amplifies them.

7.     Why the district attorney charged Forest?

The district attorney charged Forest for using fraudulent means to mislead the public into buying stocks of his company by claiming that he could transmit the human voice across the Atlantic.

8.     Who questioned the right brothers’ wisdom?

The New York Times editorial on December 10, 1903, questioned the wisdom of Wright Brothers, who were trying to invent a machine heavier than air, that would fly.

9.     Where did the famous flight take off?

The famous flight, which is the first flight by Wright Brothers, took off at Kitty Hawk.

10.Who invented triodes tube?

Triodes tube was invented by Lee De Forest, an American inventor.

 

11.After how many tries do you quit?

No way. I never quit if I fixed to do something good. I try it until I reach the target.

12.What was the disability of Thomas Edison?

Thomas Edison was partially deaf.

13.Henry Ford forgot something while his first car installation. What was that?

Henry Ford forgot to put the reverse gear in the first car he made.

14.All success stories are stories of great failures. Do you agree? Why?

Yes, I do agree with the statement. I have gone through the article and found that all success stories are also stories of great failures.

15.Who invented phonograph?

Phonograph was invented by Thomas Edison.

16.A burning desire is the starting point of all accomplishment. Do you agree? How?

Yes, I do agree with the statement. When we have a weak desire, it doesn’t produce great results. And when we have a strong desire it leads to thoughts and that thoughts lead to action and you know actions always lead to results.

17.According to Socrates what is the secret to success?

According to Socrates the secret to success is that you must have a burning desire. When you want success as badly as you wanted the air to live on, you will get it.

18.Who inspired Disney?

A small mouse inspired Disney.

19.What do you do when you fail?

I must try to learn something that from my failure and try again to get succeeded.

20.What have you learnt by the poem, ‘If you think?’

It is a motivational poem. I am really motivated by reading the poem. I learnt that everything is within you either the success or the failure.

Every Success Story is also a Story of Great Failures

1.     “If you want to succeed, double your failure.” Do you agree? Why?

Yes, I do agree with the statement. But we have to learn something from the failure and when we do it again wo don’t commit the same mistake. Eventually it leads to success.

2.     What would you find if you study history?

According to the passage if we study history, we would understand that every success story is also a story of great failures.

3.     People see only one side of the picture. Which side do they see?

Yes, people see one side of the picture that is success side. They never see the failure side of the person when they get success.

4.     What do the people say about a successful person?

People around us say that the person, who succeeded in life, got lucky. Also, they say that the person was at the right place at the right time. But they never accept the greatness of the successful people.

5.     Do you call Abraham Lincoln a failure? Why?

No, I never call him a failure as I have known that he failed many a time but never gave up to do something. Finally, he succeeded to become the President of America when he was 52.

6.     What is the invention of Lee De Forest?

Lee De Forest invented a triodes tube that takes relatively weak electrical signals and amplifies them.

7.     Why the district attorney charged Forest?

The district attorney charged Forest for using fraudulent means to mislead the public into buying stocks of his company by claiming that he could transmit the human voice across the Atlantic.

8.     Who questioned the right brothers’ wisdom?

The New York Times editorial on December 10, 1903, questioned the wisdom of Wright Brothers, who were trying to invent a machine heavier than air, that would fly.

9.     Where did the famous flight take off?

The famous flight, which is the first flight by Wright Brothers, took off at Kitty Hawk.

10.Who invented triodes tube?

Triodes tube was invented by Lee De Forest, an American inventor.

 

11.After how many tries do you quit?

No way. I never quit if I fixed to do something good. I try it until I reach the target.

12.What was the disability of Thomas Edison?

Thomas Edison was partially deaf.

13.Henry Ford forgot something while his first car installation. What was that?

Henry Ford forgot to put the reverse gear in the first car he made.

14.All success stories are stories of great failures. Do you agree? Why?

Yes, I do agree with the statement. I have gone through the article and found that all success stories are also stories of great failures.

15.Who invented phonograph?

Phonograph was invented by Thomas Edison.

16.A burning desire is the starting point of all accomplishment. Do you agree? How?

Yes, I do agree with the statement. When we have a weak desire, it doesn’t produce great results. And when we have a strong desire it leads to thoughts and that thoughts lead to action and you know actions always lead to results.

17.According to Socrates what is the secret to success?

According to Socrates the secret to success is that you must have a burning desire. When you want success as badly as you wanted the air to live on, you will get it.

18.Who inspired Disney?

A small mouse inspired Disney.

19.What do you do when you fail?

I must try to learn something that from my failure and try again to get succeeded.

20.What have you learnt by the poem, ‘If you think?’

It is a motivational poem. I am really motivated by reading the poem. I learnt that everything is within you either the success or the failure.

Attitude is Altitude (50-Important Questions and Answers)

Attitude is Altitude

1.    What is the bio-sketch about?

The bio-sketch is about the life of Mr. Nick Vujicic.

2.    Who is Nick Vujicic?

Nick Vujicic is mainly a torso and a successful person despite difficulties.

3.    What is Nick Vujicic?

Nick Vujicic is now a motivational speaker, inspiring the distressed minds.

4.    What is the disease named in the passage?

The disease named in the passage is Phocomelia which means being born without limbs.

5.    What are the things that Nick can do?

Nick can play football, golf and he can swim, surf. He can brush his teeth and wash his hair having no limbs.

6.    Nick has something on his left hip. What is that?

Nick has a small foot on his left hip which helps him to balance and kick things and hold something.

7.    What was the chicken drumstick mentioned by Nick?

Nick Vujicic mentioned his small foot as his chicken drumstick. He jokes like this to make the audience motivated.

8.    How can Nick write?

Nick’s mother invented a plastic device which helps him to hold a pen or pencil between his toes. Thus, Nick can write something.

9.    When did Nick learn to swim?

When Nick was eighteen months old his father put him into the water to give him the courage to swim. Thus, Nick learnt swimming.

10. How did his father help him to learn swimming?

Nick’s father helped him by putting him in the water at the age 18 months. Thus, he gave courage to his son and encouraged to become independent.

11. List the people who supported him to become independent.

Nick’s father, mother, religion, friends, teachers and education helped Nick to become independent in his life.

12. How does Nick kick things though he has no legs?

Though Nick has no arms and legs he can kick things using his small foot that is on his left hip.

13. Where was Nick born?

Nick was born in Melbourne, Australia.

14. Where does he live now?

Nick lives in Los Angeles, America (US).

15. Why did he wait to get marry?

Nick waited for a right girl to get married. As Nick is mainly a torso, the girl has to understand him.

16. Who is Steve Appel?

Steve Appel is a friend of Nick Vujicic.

17. What is Steve Appel?

Steve Appel is a publicist.

18. How does Nick play golf?

Though Nick has no arms and legs, he can play golf with a club tucked under his chin.

19. What is the game that Nick loves most?

Nick loves foot-ball the most. He is a fan of English Premier League which is a foot-ball tournament.

20. How long did Nick’s mother wait to hold him in her lap?

Nick’s mother waited for four months to get him into her lap.

21. Why was Nick’s mother distraught when he was born?

As Nick was born without limbs, his mother became distraught. Hence, she waited for four months to get him into her lap.

22. Why was Nick’s father so shocked when Nick was born?

When Nick was born, his father went to see him in the hospital. He might have felt very happy but seeing Nick without arms and legs he was so shocked.

23. Nick’s mother invented something. What was that? How does it helpful for him?

Nick’s mother invented a plastic device. It helps him to hold things like pen or pencil between his toes.

24. What might be the reasons behind Nick’s depression?

Nick has no arms and legs. There might be a chance of being bulled and teased by others. And there is so much that he can’t do. So, he was depressed.

25. Why do you think Nick asked his mother to kill himself?

As Nick was mainly a torso, he is unable to do things as other do. And he might have been teased and bullied by others and became depressed. For his unbearable distress, he asked his mother to kill himself.

26. Once Nick hated the God. Why?

Nick was not born as other. He was born without arms and legs. Hence he hated the God.

27. Now Nick realized. What was his realization?

When Nick read a successful story of a disabled man in a news article, Nick realized the purpose of his birth to give hope to others.

28. What was the news-article about?

The news article is about a disabled person, who pulled though the obstacles in his life and became successful.

29. Why did Nick feel cold and bitter?

He might have been teased and bullied by others and there is so much that he couldn’t do. Hence he felt cold and bitter.

30. What was the cruel trick mentioned in the passage?

The cruel trick mentioned in the passage is that Nick was born without arms and legs.

31. Who do you think that teased and bullied Nick?

I think some silly, foolish, stupid people in the school and around him teased and bulled him.

32. How could Nick brush his teeth?

Though Nick has no arms, he could brush his teeth. He can brush with the help a brush mounted to the wall.

33. How could Nick wash his hair?

Although Nick has no arms and legs, he could wash his hair with the help of a pump action soap in his bathroom.

34. Nick became an international symbol of triumph over adversity. What are the adversities Nick faced?

Nick faced many adversities in his life. He was born without arms and legs. He was teased and bullied. He tried to commit suicide himself. But finally, he became successful.

35. Who inspired Nick?

The news article about a disabled man, who managed to achieve great things in life, inspired Nick Vujicic.

36. Who is the surfing master?

Bethany Hamilton is the surfing master mentioned in the passage. She taught Nick surfing.

37. What happened to Nick’s surfing master when she was 12?

When Bethany Hamilton was 12 years old her arm was bitten by a shark.

38. What was the award Nick won in 1990?

Nick won “the Australian Young Citizen of the Year” award in 1990.

39. Why was the award given to Nick?

The award was given for his bravery and perseverance.

40. Nick decided to be thankful and not to get angry for something. What was that?

Nick decided to be thankful for what he has. And he decided not to get angry for having no arms and legs and his inabilities.

41. What does Nick do when he fails?

When Nick fails, he tries again and again to make it possible.

42. What do you do when you fail?

If I fail, I too try again and again till I get it in a fair manner.

43. It was so hard for them. What was hard? For whom it was hard?

Nick was born without arms and legs. It was hard for them to make him independent. But they did their best.

44. What was Nick’s father?

Nick’s father was a computer programmer and accountant.

45. What was Nick’s mother?

Nick’s mother was a nurse.

46. Despite the risk of being bullied, his parents insisted Nick on attending mainstream school. Why?

Nick’s parents knew that joining in a mainstream school was difficult for him. But to make him independent they insisted.

47. How did Nick balance well on surfing board?

Nick is mainly a torso and so there would be low center of gravity. Hence, he balances well on surfing board.

48. Why did the girl speed off at the traffic lights?

The girls thought that Nick was interesting. But when Nick did 360-degree spin in the car, she was terrified and sped quickly.

49. What have you learnt from Nick’s life?

I have learnt that dedication, determination and discipline will make us victors over difficulties.

50. “She was amazing.” Who was amazing and why?

Nick said that Bethany Hamilton was amazing. Because she became a surfing master despite her arm was bitten by a shark.

 If you find it difficult to get the meanings of the answers do please watch the entire videos in Telugu explanation and get it cleared. To watch the video lessons click the links below 

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Attitude is Altitude

1.    What is the bio-sketch about?

The bio-sketch is about the life of Mr. Nick Vujicic.

2.    Who is Nick Vujicic?

Nick Vujicic is mainly a torso and a successful person despite difficulties.

3.    What is Nick Vujicic?

Nick Vujicic is now a motivational speaker, inspiring the distressed minds.

4.    What is the disease named in the passage?

The disease named in the passage is Phocomelia which means being born without limbs.

5.    What are the things that Nick can do?

Nick can play football, golf and he can swim, surf. He can brush his teeth and wash his hair having no limbs.

6.    Nick has something on his left hip. What is that?

Nick has a small foot on his left hip which helps him to balance and kick things and hold something.

7.    What was the chicken drumstick mentioned by Nick?

Nick Vujicic mentioned his small foot as his chicken drumstick. He jokes like this to make the audience motivated.

8.    How can Nick write?

Nick’s mother invented a plastic device which helps him to hold a pen or pencil between his toes. Thus, Nick can write something.

9.    When did Nick learn to swim?

When Nick was eighteen months old his father put him into the water to give him the courage to swim. Thus, Nick learnt swimming.

10. How did his father help him to learn swimming?

Nick’s father helped him by putting him in the water at the age 18 months. Thus, he gave courage to his son and encouraged to become independent.

11. List the people who supported him to become independent.

Nick’s father, mother, religion, friends, teachers and education helped Nick to become independent in his life.

12. How does Nick kick things though he has no legs?

Though Nick has no arms and legs he can kick things using his small foot that is on his left hip.

13. Where was Nick born?

Nick was born in Melbourne, Australia.

14. Where does he live now?

Nick lives in Los Angeles, America (US).

15. Why did he wait to get marry?

Nick waited for a right girl to get married. As Nick is mainly a torso, the girl has to understand him.

16. Who is Steve Appel?

Steve Appel is a friend of Nick Vujicic.

17. What is Steve Appel?

Steve Appel is a publicist.

18. How does Nick play golf?

Though Nick has no arms and legs, he can play golf with a club tucked under his chin.

19. What is the game that Nick loves most?

Nick loves foot-ball the most. He is a fan of English Premier League which is a foot-ball tournament.

20. How long did Nick’s mother wait to hold him in her lap?

Nick’s mother waited for four months to get him into her lap.

21. Why was Nick’s mother distraught when he was born?

As Nick was born without limbs, his mother became distraught. Hence, she waited for four months to get him into her lap.

22. Why was Nick’s father so shocked when Nick was born?

When Nick was born, his father went to see him in the hospital. He might have felt very happy but seeing Nick without arms and legs he was so shocked.

23. Nick’s mother invented something. What was that? How does it helpful for him?

Nick’s mother invented a plastic device. It helps him to hold things like pen or pencil between his toes.

24. What might be the reasons behind Nick’s depression?

Nick has no arms and legs. There might be a chance of being bulled and teased by others. And there is so much that he can’t do. So, he was depressed.

25. Why do you think Nick asked his mother to kill himself?

As Nick was mainly a torso, he is unable to do things as other do. And he might have been teased and bullied by others and became depressed. For his unbearable distress, he asked his mother to kill himself.

26. Once Nick hated the God. Why?

Nick was not born as other. He was born without arms and legs. Hence he hated the God.

27. Now Nick realized. What was his realization?

When Nick read a successful story of a disabled man in a news article, Nick realized the purpose of his birth to give hope to others.

28. What was the news-article about?

The news article is about a disabled person, who pulled though the obstacles in his life and became successful.

29. Why did Nick feel cold and bitter?

He might have been teased and bullied by others and there is so much that he couldn’t do. Hence he felt cold and bitter.

30. What was the cruel trick mentioned in the passage?

The cruel trick mentioned in the passage is that Nick was born without arms and legs.

31. Who do you think that teased and bullied Nick?

I think some silly, foolish, stupid people in the school and around him teased and bulled him.

32. How could Nick brush his teeth?

Though Nick has no arms, he could brush his teeth. He can brush with the help a brush mounted to the wall.

33. How could Nick wash his hair?

Although Nick has no arms and legs, he could wash his hair with the help of a pump action soap in his bathroom.

34. Nick became an international symbol of triumph over adversity. What are the adversities Nick faced?

Nick faced many adversities in his life. He was born without arms and legs. He was teased and bullied. He tried to commit suicide himself. But finally, he became successful.

35. Who inspired Nick?

The news article about a disabled man, who managed to achieve great things in life, inspired Nick Vujicic.

36. Who is the surfing master?

Bethany Hamilton is the surfing master mentioned in the passage. She taught Nick surfing.

37. What happened to Nick’s surfing master when she was 12?

When Bethany Hamilton was 12 years old her arm was bitten by a shark.

38. What was the award Nick won in 1990?

Nick won “the Australian Young Citizen of the Year” award in 1990.

39. Why was the award given to Nick?

The award was given for his bravery and perseverance.

40. Nick decided to be thankful and not to get angry for something. What was that?

Nick decided to be thankful for what he has. And he decided not to get angry for having no arms and legs and his inabilities.

41. What does Nick do when he fails?

When Nick fails, he tries again and again to make it possible.

42. What do you do when you fail?

If I fail, I too try again and again till I get it in a fair manner.

43. It was so hard for them. What was hard? For whom it was hard?

Nick was born without arms and legs. It was hard for them to make him independent. But they did their best.

44. What was Nick’s father?

Nick’s father was a computer programmer and accountant.

45. What was Nick’s mother?

Nick’s mother was a nurse.

46. Despite the risk of being bullied, his parents insisted Nick on attending mainstream school. Why?

Nick’s parents knew that joining in a mainstream school was difficult for him. But to make him independent they insisted.

47. How did Nick balance well on surfing board?

Nick is mainly a torso and so there would be low center of gravity. Hence, he balances well on surfing board.

48. Why did the girl speed off at the traffic lights?

The girls thought that Nick was interesting. But when Nick did 360-degree spin in the car, she was terrified and sped quickly.

49. What have you learnt from Nick’s life?

I have learnt that dedication, determination and discipline will make us victors over difficulties.

50. “She was amazing.” Who was amazing and why?

Nick said that Bethany Hamilton was amazing. Because she became a surfing master despite her arm was bitten by a shark.

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