Thursday, September 10, 2009
Q.1: Explain any one quality of teacher in your own words.
Ans: A teacher must have thirst for knowledge. He must not be satisfied with knowledge he possesses, because complete satisfaction means death. Teacher should try to increase his knowledge. That knowledge will benefit him as well as his students. He should not feel inferiority in acquiring knowledge from younger ones and less knowing persons.
C. Fill in the blanks with suitable words from the list given below;
Tasty, by product, reservoir, carefully, hobby, off-shore, modernizing.
1. The teacher examined each student carefully.
3. Stamp collecting is a good hobby.
4. Lunch was very tasty.
5. They are modernizing their mill by importing new machinery.
6. Manora is an off-shore island.
7. Coal-tar is a by-product of petrol.
D. Change into active voice.
1. Fresh water fish are caught from rivers.
They catch fresh water fish from rivers.
2. This is done with nets of various sizes.
They do this with nets of various sizes.
3. Fresh water fish are considered more tasty.
People consider fresh water fish more tasty.
4. They are sold locally as well as sent to nearby towns.
Fisherman sell them locally as well as send them to nearby towns.
5. Fisherman have been given loans to buy bigger and better boats.
The Government has given loans to fisherman to buy bigger and better boats.
E. Put verbs in parentheses into correct tense.
1. I (stay) here until he (come) back.
I shall stay here until he comes back.
2. If you (speak) the truth, I (not punish) you.
If you speak the truth, I shall not punish you.
3. When he (reach) the station the train (arrive).
When he reached the station the train had arrived.
4. I (find) the book which I (lose).
I found the book which I had lost.
5. If you (not hurry) you (miss) the train.
If you do not hurry, you will miss the train.
6. If it (not rain) we (go) out for walk in the evening.
If it does not rain we shall go for a walk in the evening.
7. If he (study) regularly he (pass) the examination.
If he studies regularly, he will pass the examination.
8. He (go) to the market and (buy) two exercise books yesterday.
He went to the market and bought two exercise books yesterday.
9. I (go) abroad for higher studies as soon as my result (announce).
I shall go abroad for higher studies as soon as my result is announced.
10. The teacher (punish) the boys who (not do) the home work.
The teacher punished the boys who had not done the home work.
F. Use “Since” or “For” in the following sentences.
1. It has been raining since morning.
2. They have been playing for one hour.
3. I have been living in this house since January.
4. She has been suffering from fever for two days.
5. I have been preparing for examination since Sunday last.
6. He had been building a house for six months.
7. The girl has been making a doll since .
8. He has been studying in this school since 1994.
G. Learn the spellings and meaning of the following words from lesson and use ten of them in sentences of your own.
Source, engaged, hobby, individually, recognized, spoilt, marine, various, tasty, locally, warning, keen, modernizing, available, off-shore, institute, by products, obtained, glue, liver oil.
1. Source: A piece of land is his source of income.
2. Engaged: They are engaged in meeting.
3. Hobby: His hobby is coin-collecting.
4. Individually: If you try individually you will not succeed.
5. Recognize: The thief was recognized by the girl.
6. Spoilt: Cat spoilt the food.
7. Marine: Marine life is in danger due to pollution.
8. Various: There are various objects on exhibition.
9. Tasty: Mangoes are very tasty.
10. Locally: The fish is sold locally.
11. Warning: Warning is written on the notice board.
12. Keen: He is keen on acquiring knowledge.
13. Modernizing: They are modernizing factory.
14. Available: Text books are not available in market.
15. Off – shore: Manora is off – shore island.
16. Institute: Government has opened computer institute.
17. By – product: We obtained by – products from mustard – oil.
18. Obtained: Students obtained permission of principal for making trip.
19. Glue: Glue is for pasting paper.
20. Liver: His liver has failed to produce blood.
H. Select words from list A which are similar in meaning to words in list B.
Enshrined Preserved carefully
Divine of God
Par – excellence the best
Professional Concerning ones job
K. Choose the right meaning from brackets
Reverencing Paying respect to
Ponders Thinks about
Strives Tries hard
Incorporate Make part ofStatus Position
B. Learn the spellings and meaning of the following words from the lesson and use ten of them in sentences of your own.
Afford, winced, hinted, claim, puzzled, pronounce, disguise, dismount, dispute, lend, limp, motion, neigh, snort, swear (For meaning see list of meaning).
1. Afford: I can not afford a car.
2. Winced: The child winced when the doctor touched him.
3. Claim: He claimed that he was winner.
4. Puzzled: I was puzzled so I could not recognize him.
5. Pronounce: Judge pronounced decision in my favour.
6. Disguise: He disguised him self in order to get information about out laws.
7. Dismount: I dismounted from bicycle.
8. Dispute: Judge resolved dispute between two brothers.
9. Lend: I can not lend my camera.
10. Limp: He was limping because he was lame.
11. Motion: I motioned him to sit.
12. Neigh: I heard my horse neighing.
13. Snort: Horse snorted when it saw bucket of water.
14. Swear: He swears that he is innocent.
(a) For each word in list ‘A’ find a word of similar meaning from list ‘B’.
(b) Crowd, limp, utter, disguise, claim, motion, gallop. By using the words given above and changing the form where necessary, complete following sentences.
1. A large crowd had gathered outside the court.
2. The courtiers crowded round the Caliph.
3. The Caliph disguised himself as a common man.
4. The people recognized the caliph inspite of his disguise.
5. His right leg is shorter than the left leg, so has a limp in his walk.
6. The rich man saw the lame beggar limping along the road.
7. The beggar motioned him to stop.
8. He stood still and made no motion.
9. He uttered a few words then lost consciousness.
10. To his utter disappointment he failed again in the examination.
11. The rich man went galloping along the road.
12. The horse was running at a gallop.
13. The rich man the beggar both claimed the horse.
14. Whose claim was found to be true?
(c) Complete the following sentences by using suitable phrases from the list given below, in their proper form: be off, pull up, fight over, fight for, feel sorry for, well to do, well off, feel ashamed of.
1. He saw two dogs fighting over a bone.
2. From his dress he appears to be a well to do citizen.
3. Noticing a fallen free blocking the road he immediately pulled up his horse.
4. His father was a great leader; he fought for the freedom of his country.
5. He was very poor last year, but now he seems to be quite well off.
6. The master ordered his servant to be off and out of sight.
7. You misbehaved with your teacher and should feel ashamed of your self.
8. The rich man saw the lame beggar and felt sorry for him.
(d) Make nouns from the verbs given below and use both nouns and verbs in sentences of your own.
Beg, live, lend, believe, please, give, speak.
1. (a) I beg you to help me.
(b) Beggar was asking for meal.
2. (a) He lives in a town.
(b) His life is in danger.
3. (a) Please lend me your watch.
(b) He has applied for loan.
4. (a) I believe what you say.
(b) I have full belief in myself.
5. (a) I am pleased to hear from you.
(b) He expressed great pleasure when he saw me.
6. (a) I shall give you golden pen.
(b) Thanks for your gift.
7. (a) He can not speak English.
(b) He made speech before a large crowd.
(e) Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of verb/verbs places in brackets at the end of each sentence.
1. The horse man noticed a beggar limping along the road. (Notice, limp)
2. When he turned round and looked back the rider and the horse disappeared. (Turn, look, disappear)
3. The beggar clung to the horse. (Clung)
4. The Caliph ordered him to step forward and tell his story. (Order, step. Tell)
5. Both the men swore on the Holy Book. (Swear)
6. Before the Caliph entered the court, the Qazi had brought two men and a horse. (Enter, bring)
7. The Qazi was also present in the court. (To be)
8. The two men fought over the horse.
9. The Qazi could not decide the case. (Can, decide)
10. He struck the horse with a whip. (Strike)
Q.1: Describe in ten sentences the dispute between the rich man and the beggar.
Ans: During the reign of Muslim Caliph Haroon-ur-Rasheed of
Q.2: How did the Caliph prove that the beggar was liar?
Ans: The Caliph ordered both persons to touch the horse one by one. When the beggar touched the horse, it winced. But at the touch of rich man’s hand the horse snorted and neighed with pleasure. Hence the Caliph proved that the beggar was a liar.
Q.1: How would you greet some one you visit in the evening?
Ans: When, I will visit some one in the evening, I would greet him by saying “Good evening”.
Q.2: How would you wish him at the end of your visit?Ans: At the end of my visit I wish him by saying “Good night”.