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ENGLISH COMMUNICATION

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AnswerstothequestionNos.I,II&IIIshallbebasedontheprescribed

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(3)
(4)
(5)

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The imaginarY elixir of life is


by profession.
Mr. Thakar was a
pillars of self esteem'
There are

(1)

"My Lost Dollar" is writtenbY


King Soloman was the King of

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questions in one-two sentences each


Answer any twelve of the following
bullies are the easiest to lick ?
(f l Why do you think
@ What is quiet laughter ?
(3) What was the outcome of James' shrunk earning ?
(4) What is said about the pier-glass in the story ?
(5) How does water add aesthetic value to the countryside ?
(6) How are great tracts of land formed ?
?
Why did Mr' Thakar.approach Mr' Tagde

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(3)

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the questions shall be numbered
be penalized'
Spelling and grammaticai errors shall

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(7)
(8)

Why does Mr' Tagde accept the compromise

(9)Howiscommunicationstuntedinthecaseoflowself.esteem?
?
(10) What are the demands of a global economy
(11)whydoestheauthorwishtoforgetthathehad.leniToddadollar?
?
(12) What did Todd's note from Bermuda contain
?
(13) How is aimlessness described in the essay
(14)lnwhatwaysarethedoubtsandfearsthegreatestenemiesofknowledge?
(15)Define.comiretentauthority,accordingtotheRighttolnformationAct.
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GRAMMAR

(1)

Identify the parts of speech


of the
(a) She lit the fire with a match. underlined words

He is a fine actor.

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(a)

rhe uncounrable nouns


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(b)
(c)

get
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Let us

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rate.

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srnging in a function,
yesterday.
be coming tomorrow.

not sure.

Fitr in the blanks with


rhLe correct form
of the verbs :
(a)
(sing) since this morning.
.
(b)
footbail prayer.
(c)

(5)

lx 6=6

books in library.

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(a)

water in the tank.

Fill in the blanks with suitable


auxiliaries

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porice

(d)

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(h)

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sam6sas for tea-

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sentences and name

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(buy) a car next year.

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Fill in the bfanks using the passive form of the verbs in the brackets :
(wake)
(not paint) for years. He
Charles's room
for
onlY
(allow) to leave his room
up every morning at 6.30. He
(let) out of
two hours a day. If he behaves himself, Charles
prison after four months.

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate negative verbs

(a)
(b)

vacation last Year.


(reach) Hyderabad.

My aunt still

I x2:2

Fill in the blanks with suitable interrogatives :


(a)

went with you to Bangaluru.

(b)

girl won the trekking competition.

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(e)

Fill

10 o'clock.

(a)

The examination will begin

(b)

Jawaharlal Nehru was born

(c)

They have been in this business

(d)

We watched TV

1889.

1950.

two hours last night.

(10) Supply suitable question tags :

(a)
(b)

(12)

yesterdaY,

Fill in the blanks with very / too :

(a)

The door is

(b)

My friend likes me

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tight to open.

much.

Use the following idioms and phrases in sentences of your own,:

lx4:4

(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)

I x2=2

He is early this morning,

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They arrived

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(6)

to set out
again and again

to put away

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COMPOSITION

(a)

Construct a readable story from the outlines given :


A little girl playing with matches - her dress catches fire - her brother
sees the danger - picks up a blanket - wraps it tightly - flames are smothered the girl is saved - presence of mind appreciated
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graphic
Swami vivekananda, speaking in America, told a some what
rule, people really
story in order to impress upo.t hi. hearers how very little as a
teacher and
longed for God'. I{e totA of u yorn g man.who_c1me -to a religious
The young
said that he wanted to find God. The sage smiled and said nothing.
desire, his
his
of
intensity
man retumed time after time ever, repeating the
him as
longing to find God. After many days the sage told_him to accompany
both rvere in the river,
he. went to the river to take his morning bath and when
of the
the sage took hold of the young **n uid plunged him under the surfaee
shake off
water and held him there.-The young man struggled and struggled to
what
son,
"My
his hold- Finally he raised him out of the rvater and said to him,
did you long for most when under the lvater 1)' "A breath of air" gasped the
yo,,it . ,.Thui must be the world-be disciple long for God if he wants to find
iti*. tf yo,, have this longing for God, verily He shall be found by you !".

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Oliver Goldsmith was an Irish poet-one of the most lovable men who ever
held a pen. His father was one of the most kind hearted men' Though he was
poor, no traveller ever asked him for food and lodgrngs and went away
letters
disappointed. Oliver took after his father. An old ladl' taught the boy his
most
was
he
u'as
hard,
life
His
and-she said that he was the dullest bol'.
he
unhappy in his school and college days. \Yhen his school days were over,
now
became a student of Trinity college, before the gates of which his statue
on
free
admitted
stands. His father was too poor to pay his fees, so he was
at
condition what he would sweep out the courts and help to carry up dishes
to
the
gave
usually
dinner time. He had very little money and what he had,'he
first beggar whom he met.

1x5=5
Questions:
(1) To which country did Oliver Goldsmith belong ?
(2) How can you tell that his father was kind-hearted ?
(3) What was the opinion of the old lady who taught oliver ?
(4) What is the proof that Oliver was an outstanding student in college ?
(5) Why was oliver admitted free in college ? on what condition ?
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