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Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Lesson 6: I’m a mobile Phone

I'm a mobile phone, questions answers


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Activities

1 Find Rhyming Word
.Answer:
(a) Small – Call
(b) Names – Games
(c) Hear – Dear



(a) I call my friends
(b) I store games.
(c) I play games.
(d) I write with it.
(e) I take photos.
(f) I listen to music
(g) I watch videos

3. Arrange the Letters

Answers:
 (a) Computer
 (b)Mobile Phone
(c) Telephone
(d) Newspaper
(e) Radio
(f) Television
(g) Signboard
(h) Magazine
(i) Noticeboard
(j) Calendar

4. Let’s see how much we have understood and write:
(a) What are the names of the two friends?
Answer: Ajay and Barun
(b) What are they going to watch?
Answer: Football match
(c) Why did Ajay call up Barun?
Answer: Ajay calls Barun to inform him about the football match.

5. Read the following dialogues between Barun and Ajay. The dialogues are not in the correct order. Work with a friend. Put the correct number of dialogues in the boxes.
Answer:
(a) Hello, is that Ajay?
(b) Yes, Ajay’s here
(c) How are you, Ajay?
(d) I’m fine. Thank you.

7.(b) Questions
(1). Answer: A Football match is going to be held at Nehru Bali Field.
(2). Answer: The match will be held between M.K. Gandhi M.E. school V.S. Royal Academy
(3). Answer: The match will be held on 9th September at 3 p.m.

8. Ajay tried to write a few sentences about the football match that he watched. Help him to choose the correct word from the brackets and complete the sentences;
(a) Yesterday I went to watch a football match.
(b) Barun Came with me.
(c) We loved the match.
(d) Royal Academy scored three goals.
(e) Royal Academy won the match.

9. Answers
(a) Ajay and I wanted to see a match.
(b) The match was held at Nehru Bali Field.
(c) Royal Academy was the winner.
(d) It scored three goals.

10.Answer

(a) Beautiful
(b) Big
(c) Tall
(d) Red
(e) Yellow
(f) White
(g) Small
(h) Purple

12.Answer

(a) There they saw a big buffalo
(b) I saw a small girl standing near a big tree.

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Sunday, 17 May 2020

Lesson 5: Little Raindrops

Little Raindrops | Class 3 | Lesson 5 | Questions | Answers | Scert | Assam
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Activities

1.    Let’s practice rhyming words. Listen to the first two words in each row and find another one from the box:
No | So | Go
Net | Met | Let
Town | Brown | Down
Tall | Call | All
Shout | Stout | Out
Rain | Pain | Train
Day | Today | May
He | She | Me

2.    Question no.3 Let’s see how much we have understood:

a)    What are the children waiting for?
Answer: The children are waiting for the rain to stop.
b)    Where will they sail the paper boats?:
Answer: They will sail paper boats in the rainwater.

3.    Work in pairs. Arrange the word cards according to the present (now) and past time (then). Write the words in column A And in Column B:
(A)    Now    (B) Then
(A)    Go       (B) Went
(A)    Meet   (B) Met
(A)    Do       (B) Did
(A)    Make   (B) Made

4.    When Raju came home late, his mother asked him a few questions. Read what Raju said. Now, complete the questions that Raju’s Mother asked. You can choose words from the box. One is done for you:

Mother: Where did you go?
Raju: I went to Mrinal’s house.
Mother: Whom did you meet there?
Raju: I met Preeti, Mina and Mrinal.
Mother: What did you did there?
Raju: We made paper boats.

5.    Here are some things we do in winter and summer. Choose the right words from the box and fill in the blanks:

Winter
(a)    We wear Sweaters
(b)    We sit near a fire
(c)    We drink hot milk
(d)    We go for a picnic
Summer
(a)    We sit under a fan
(b)    We eat ice-cream
(c)    We go for a swim
(d)    We wear cotton clothes.

6.    (a) What do you wear?
Answer: We wear sweaters.
(b) What do children drink?
Answer: Children Drink hot milk.
(c) What do we do in winter?
Answer:We go for a picnic in winter.
(e)    Where do we sit?
Answer: We sit near the fire.

7.    It is a hot day. Mina is talking about what she likes to do on a hot day. Look at the pictures and write in the bubbles what Mina does:

(a)    I go for a swim
(b)    She sits under a fan
(c)    She drinks hot milk.

8.    Did you know there is one more season called ‘Autumn’? Match the pictures with the seasons. 
One is done for you:

(a)    We wear sweaters – Winter
(b)    We visit ripe paddy field – Autumn
(c)    We eat ice-creams – Summer
(d)    We watch Bihu dance – Spring

9.    (a) Who built a nest in the paddy field?
Answer: Tailorbird.
(b) Who came to the paddy field and with whom?
Answer The farmer and his wife.

(d)    Answer: The farmer to his wife.

10.    (a) Raju, Preeti, Mina, and Mrinal went to Pobitora. They liked the place a lot.
(b) Pobitora is a beautiful place. It is a picnic spot too.
(c) Mina likes oranges. She ate the orange that Raju gave her.
(d) Mrinal likes fruit juice. He was happy to see the juice that his mother brought with her.

11.    Answer: Raju, Preeti, Mina, and Mrinal went to a picnic with their parents.  The picnic spot was very beautiful, Their they saw many birds, rhino, and also a big buffalo.

Thursday, 14 May 2020

Lesson 4: A GLASS OF LEMONADE


A Glass Of Lemonade | English | Lesson 4 | Class 3 | Questions and Answers | SCERT
LESSON 3

 

1.    Listen and say ‘True’ or ‘False’:
a)    Mother is teaching Bubu how to make Lemonade.

Answer: True
b)    Bubu has brought a glass of water and two lemons.

Answer: False
c)    Mother is squeezing one half of the lemon into the glass of water.

Answer: True
d)    Bubu is stirring the mixture with a spoon.

Answer: False


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3.    A) Bubu is going to make a glass of lemonade for his mother. But he has forgotten the steps. Help him by arranging the steps in the correct order. Write the serial numbers in the boxes. The first one is done for you:


Answer: Write the serial number in your textbook according to the answer given below.
 (i) Take a glass of water.
(ii) Cut the lemon into two halves  
 (iii) Squeeze one half of the lemon into the glass.
(iv) Add two spoonfuls of sugar.
(v) Add a pinch of salt.
(vi) Stir the mixture with the spoon.

b) Now, write the steps in the correct order in your notebook.

Answer: Same as the above answer. 

4. Now, listen to your teacher and show the actions:
(i) Pour a glass of water.
(ii) Squeeze one half of a lemon.
(iii) Wash a dish
(iv) Peel a banana.
(v) Cut a lemon into two halves.
(vi) Open a window.

6.    Read and Match:
(a)    A bathroom – a room to have a bath
(b)    A kitchen – A room where meals are cooked.
(c)    A dining room – A room mainly used for eating Meals.
(d)    A bedroom – A room to sleep in.

8.    You can find at least seven names of things that are used in the kitchen in the grid. Circle them. One is done for you:

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CLASS 3: A GLASS OF LEMONADE


 10.    Talk to your friend and choose words and phrases from column A, B, and C to make sentences:
(A)    Mother added two spoonfuls of sugar and a pinch of salt to the glass.
(B)    Mother squeezed one half of the lemon into the glass.


11.    Choose the words/groups of words in the box to complete the sentences:
(a)    The oranges are in the basket.
(b)    The bottle of salt is on the table.
(c)    The knife is just beside the glass.
(d)    The jar of sugar is in the cupboard.


12.(b)    Underline the words- ‘he’, ‘she’, ‘his’, ‘they’, ‘it’. These are words used instead of Bubu, his mother, and the day. Now, match the words under A with those under B. One is done for you:
(a)    He – Bubu
(b)    She – Bubu’s mother
(c)    His – Bubu’s
(d)    Them – Bubu and his mother
(e)    It – A sunny day


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Wednesday, 13 May 2020

Lesson 3:  A BRAVE GENERAL | Questions, And Answers



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1.    Read the sentences and write ‘yes’ or ‘no’:

 a)    Chakradhwaj Singha was a brave general.
Answer: No.
 b)    The king had to pay huge sums of money to the Mogul emperor. 
Answer: Yes.
 c)    Chakradhwaj Singha wanted to fight the Moguls.
Answer: No.
 d)    Chakradhwaj Singha appointed Lachit as the Borphukan.
Answer: Yes.

2.    Read the text and see how much you have understood:


a)    What is the name of the king in the story?

Answer: Chakradhwaj Singha.
b)    What did Chakradhwaj Singha decide to do?

Answer: King Chakradhwaj Singha decided to fight the Moghuls and recover the lost part of his kingdom.
c)    Give the name of the person who was selected to become the general.

Answer: Lachit Borphukan was selected to become the general.
d)    What did the attendant do that made Lachit so angry?

Answer: Lachit was so angry because the attendant took off Lachit's turban.
e)    What did the king want to test in Lachit?

Answer: The King wanted to test if Lachit was brave and had self-respect.

3.    Pick out words from the box and fill in the blanks to complete the sentences given below:


FIGHT | BRAVE | SWORD | TEST | WESTERN
a)    The Western part of the kingdom was under the Moguls.
b)    The king wanted to fight the Moguls.
c)    The king needed a brave general.
d)    The king wanted to test Lachit.
e)    The king presented a sword to Lachit.


4.    Rearrange the words to make sentences:
a)    The king huge sums of money to pay had

Answer: The King had to pay huge sums of money.
b)    King presented the Lachit sword with a 

Answer: The King presented a sword to Lachit.
c)    The king Lachit called chamber to his

Answer: The King called Lachit to his chamber.
d)    Chamber rushed into an attendant the royal

Answer: An attendant rushed into the royal chamber.
e)    The a brave general needed King

Answer: The King needed a Brave General.

Now, rearrange the sentences in the correct order according to the story:


5.(a)  Read aloud the two sentences:
Chakradhwaj Singha was brave.
He was a brave king.


Notice where the describing word brave is placed. In the first sentence, it is placed after ‘was’. In the second sentence it is placed before the naming word. Many describing words can be placed in both these places.

 
5.(b) Read the sentences about Lachit Borphukan:
Lachit Borphukan was brave.


Now write another sentence about him using the word ‘brave’.

 Lachit Borphukan was appointed as a general because he was Brave

 
5.    Mita wants to climb a tree. But she is afraid. Look at the pictures below. They show how Mita is learning to climb a tree:


Answer: (i) Mita is trying to climb the tree.
                (ii) But she is afraid to climb it.
                 (iii) Her father is showing her how to climb the tree.
                 (iv) Mita has bravely climbed the tree.
 
6.    Look at the pair of words and fill in the blanks:
(a)    Need – Needed
(b)    Want – wanted
(c)    Select – selected
(d)    Rush – rushed
(e)    Appoint – appointed
(f)    Present – presented


7.    Read aloud the pair of words:
Now, make sentences using words from any two pairs:

Answer: (i) Sita Wants to become a Doctor
               (ii) She became what she wanted to become.

9.    Write three sentences about what you do every day and three sentences about what you did yesterday or last Sunday:

EVERYDAY –

(a) I play Carrom board
(b) I do exercise
(c) I cook a meal
LAST SUNDAY

(a) I played football
(b) I cooked Food
(c) I did Exercise

10.    Let’s make new words by joining two words from the clouds. You will find these words in the story of ‘The King and the Spider’. One is done for you:
(a)    Cob+web = cobweb
(b)    Battle+field = Battlefield
(c)    King+dom = Kingdom


12.    We can use these ‘Wh’ words to ask questions. Let us use these words and frame questions to know how much we have understood the story ‘The King and the Spider’.


(i)    Where did the spider try to weave the web?
(ii)    What did the spider do?
(iii)    How did the king go to a deep forest?
(iv)    Why did the king run away?
(v)    When did the king go?


18.a) Sing and enjoy this rhyme:

 
Work While You Work,
Play While you play.
This is the way
To be happy each day.

All that you do,
Do with your might,
Things done by halves,
Are never done right.


18.b) Find the rhyming words in the poem and write them:

(a) Play - Day
(b) Might - Right 

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Wednesday, 6 May 2020

LESSON 2 | TWO FRIENDS AND A BEAR QUESTIONS ANSWERS | SCERT SOLUTIONS



Lesson 2 | Two Friends and a bear | Class 3 | English | Questions Answers | SCERT ASSAM
LESSON 2 TWO FRIENDS AND A BEAR

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1. Match the sentences to the picture of the person who said them:

(a) "I'm afraid of wild animals."
Answer: Anup.
(b) "If you are in danger, I'll help you."
Answer: Tipin.
(c) "Never trust someone who doesn't help you."
Answer: Anup.

2. Let's see how much we have understood:
(a) Who were Anup and Tipin?
Answer: Anup and Tipin were friends.
(b) Who climbed up a tree?
Answer: Tipin climbed up a tall tree.

(c) Why did he climb up a tree?
Answer: Tipin climbed up a tree Because he was Frightened.

(d) Who lay down on the ground?
Answer: Anup Lay down on the ground.
(e) Why did the bear move away?
Answer: The bear move away because he thought that Anup was dead.

(f) Who do you like the most- Anup or Tipin? Why?  
Answer: I like Anup because, Tipin didn't helped Anup in the time of danger.

3. Read:
Question 1. What did Tipin do?
Answer 1. He ran and climbed a tree.
Question 2. What did the bear do?
Answer 2. The bear camp to Anup and sniffed at him
Now, ask questions to get the answers.
Question 1. What did tipin do?
Answer 1. Tipin climbed up a tree.
Question 2. What did Anup do?
Answer 2. Anup lay down on the ground.

5. Read and complete the following sentences with the words in the boxes:

I'll | didn't | I'm

a) "I'm afraid of wild animals," said Anup.
b) "I'll help you," said Tipin.
c) Anup didn't know how to climb a tree.

6. Read
sniff
A bear sniffs at the fishes.

7. Look at the words in the bag. They are all describing words. Your teacher will read out the words. Find out the words in the grid and circle them:


Lesson 2 | Two Friends and a bear | Class 3 | English | Questions Answers | SCERT ASSAM
LESSON 2: TWO FRIENDS AND A BEAR




8. Rearrange the words and make sentences. Put a full stop at the end of the sentence:

a) it forest a was big
Answer: it was a big forest.
b) Tipin a saw tree tall
Answer: Tipin saw a tall tree.
c) Anup black saw a bear.
Answer: Anup saw a black bear.
d) You good are a friend
Answer: You are a goof friend.

10. Read these sentences about some things we do with our friends:
a) I play with my friend.
b) I share my toys with my friend.
c) I help my friend in need.

Now, write two sentences about what you do with your friends:
a) I watch television with my friend.
b) I do my homework with my friend.

11. b) Now, talk to your friend and find two things he/she does in her/his free time. Fill in the blanks to complete the sentences about your friend. You can take help from the clouds.

a) This is my friend Ajoy
b) He sings songs.
c) He plays football.
d) He also draws pictures 

12. Read the following sentences:
a) I play football.
b) we read books.
c) she sings songs.
d) he plays badminton.
e) they sing songs.
f) we read books.

Notice the underlined words. You can see that some of these words have 's' and some don't have 's' at the end. Find out and write the words that are used before 'plays' and 'sings'.
(i) He (ii) She

13. Write two things that you did yesterday. You can take help from the words in the frame:
Answer: a) we listened to music 
               b) we rode bicycles.

15. Let's recite:

Things I like to do

There are some things
I liked to do
The one that's best
is play with you.

There's nothing more
I wish to be
Then be your friend
And sing with glee.

16. Find the rhyming words in the poem and underline them.

17. Read the words in the frame:

PLAY | MORE | LAKE | FOUR | TAKE | BITE | DAY | KITE

Now, find out the pairs of rhyming words from the frame and write them.
(i) Play - Day
(ii) More - Four
(iii) Lake - Take
(iv) Four - More

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Tuesday, 5 May 2020

 Lesson 1 | Ten Little Fingers | Class 3 | English | Questions | Answers | SCERT | ASSAM


 
Lesson 1 | Ten Little Fingers | Class 3 | English | Questions | Answers | SCERT | ASSAM
CLASS 3: TEN LITTLE FINGERS



Lesson 1: Ten Little Fingers



Summary: In the human body, we have ten fingers, and ten toes. Two ears help us to hear. A nose helps to smell. We have two eyes which are very bright. We have a mouth to kiss our beloved mother and wish her good night. 

1. Match the pictures with the words:

2. Practice saying rhyming words. Your teacher will read the first word in each row. Read the other two:

3. A Baby duck is called a duckling. Do you know the names of other baby animals?

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(a) Duck - Duckling
(b) Dog - Puppy
(c) Cat - Kitten
(d) Cow-Calf
(e) Horse - Pony
(f) Hen - Chick
(g) Pig - Piglet
(h) Tiger - Cub
(i) Goat - Kid

4. (a) Match The names of animals and birds with their young ones:


Lesson 1 | Ten Little Fingers | Class 3 | English | Questions | Answers | SCERT | ASSAM


 (a) Hen - Chick
 (b) Pig - Piglet
 (c) Cow-Calf
 (d) Duck - Duckling
 (e) Goat - Kid
 (f) Horse - Pony
 (g) Cat - Kitten
 (h) Tiger - Cub
 (i) Dog - Puppy

4. (b) Now, write the correct pairs. One is done for you:

5. Look at the picture and let's read:

6. Let's see how much we have understood:

(a) What does the cow do ?
Answer: The cow licks her calf clean.
(b) Where do the Chicken Sleep?
Answer: The Chicks sleep under their Mother's wings.
(c) With whom do the ducklings sleep?
Answer: The ducklings sleep with their mother.
(d) Where do baby foxes sleep?
Answer: Baby foxes sleep in a hole.


10. SAY 'Yes' or 'No' :

(a) Mother Duck and her Ducklings live near a lake.
Answer: Yes
(b) Mother Duck and her Ducklings swam in the lake.
Answer: Yes
(c) A tiger was looking at them.
Answer: No
(d) Mother Duck was worried.
Answer: Yes
(e) Mother Duck walked fast.
Answer: Yes
(f) The fox went away happily.
Answer: No

12. (c) Now, copy two sentences about what the ducklings do :

(i) The Ducklings swim in the lake
(ii) The Ducklings play near the lake

13. Fill in the blanks with the correct words to complete the following sentences to show what happened to Mother Duck and her Ducklings:

Mother Duck and her Ducklings lived in a lake. She and her ducklings loved to swim in the lake. One day they heard the cry of a fox. Mother Duck wanted to save the ducklings from the fox. She told her Ducklings to run to the lake. She walked very fast. She went far away from the Ducklings. The foolish fox followed her. She returned to the lake when. She saw her Ducklings safe.

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Monday, 4 May 2020

 AHSEC | Letter to Editor for Class 11 | HS 1st Year | English Grammar


 
AHSEC | Letter to Editor for Class 11 | HS 1st Year | English Grammar
LETTER TO EDITOR


Important And Common Letter to Editor For Class 11 | With Previous Year Questions Solved


1) There is no bus stop within a radius of 2 kms from your locality, causing a lot of inconvenience to the residents. Write a letter to the editor of “The Telegraph” drawing attention of the of the authorities concerned to this problem. You are Mrinal/Malini. [H.S. 2015, 2019]


12 Hill View Colony,
Dibrugarh – 786001

To,
The Editor
The Telegraph

Dated: 18th Feb, 2020
Sub: No Bus Stop in our locality causing great inconvenience.

Sir,
     Through this column of your esteemed daily I would like to draw the attention of the concerned authority towards a serious issue faced by our locality. There is no bus stop within the radius of two kilometers and the citizens are left to suffer by the concerned authority.
      In the modern era, connectivity is the first condition for development. But our locality is regrettably lacking a good public transport system though our locality sits just two kilometers away from the heart of Dibrugarh Town. The local residents have to walk ahead a distance of two kilometers to catch buses for traveling. Our locality is situated just near the National Highway and therefore it could be easily connected just by establishing a bus stop by the authority. But they are completely unwilling to do so. As a result, the residents have to suffer from many issues. Many travelers miss the routine buses run by the Transport Department as they cannot catch them up in time. The senior citizens are worst sufferers, because for them the distance of that two kilometers is very painful journey. If the ladies have to catch a bus during the noon hours, they have to think twice before stepping out alone, because during noon hours there is not much crowd in the road and some roadside Romeos try to take chance of that time. So, in short, we are suffering a lot. But the concerned authority does not have a care.
      In spite of our continuous approach to the Transport Department, the authority has not taken any action. Now the authority must wake up and take initiative to set up a bus stop in our locality. They must ensure setting up the bus stop or the Department shall be responsible for any evils caused by non-availability of bus stop.

Yours Faithfully
Mr. Malini Gohain
Local Resident    

2) You are Gautam/Gargi, living at 12 Hill View Colony, Dibrugarh. There are frequent power cuts and voltage fluctuations in your area causing great inconvenience to its residents. Write a letter to the Editor of “The Sentinel’’ drawing attention of the authorities concerned to the problem. [H.S. 2016 | AHSEC Question]


12 Hill View Colony,
Dibrugarh – 786001

To,
The Editor
The Sentinel

Dated: 15th June, 2021

Sub: Frequent Power cut and voltage fluctuation in our locality.

Sir,
     Through the column of your esteemed daily I would like to draw the attention of the concerned authority towards a serious issue faced by our locality. Our locality has been suffering from irregular power supply and voltage fluctuation, and the concerned authority is in sleeping mode.
      Electricity is the fuel of modern day world, because today the mankind live a machine supported life and without electricity the machines cannot run and hence the mankind. But very unfortunately, our locality is not lucky enough to avail the twenty four hour electricity. The government now a days talk about connecting even the last corner of the society with the electricity supply facility. But the quality of service they are providing is quite miserable. Our children cannot complete their daily course as the supply of electricity is erratic. Moreover, during summers days, the electricity department let our locality to suffer a lot. We cannot even refill our water tanks and therefore for hours we have to face a painful scenario. The erratic power supply now halts the smoothness of our daily life.

      We have made several communication to the electricity department. But the authority must be in deep sleep. Now we request the authority to take some necessary action. We urge that our old transformer must be replaced with a new one.

Yours Faithfully
Mr. Abinash Sharma
   

3) Write a letter to Editor of a local English Daily drawing attention of the authorities concerned to the nuisance of loudspeakers in your area. [H.S. 2017 | AHSEC Question]


Mohanaghat, Dibrugarh
To,
The Editor
The Assam Tribune

Dated: 18th Feb, 2020
Sub: Nuisance of Loudspeakers.
Sir,
      Through this column of your esteemed daily I would like to draw the attention of the concerned authority towards a serious issue faced by our locality i.e. the nuisance created by loudspeakers in our locality.
      Peace is desired by one and all in the society. After a daylong hardship, a common man wants to spend a restful evening in his house in a peaceful environment. But, our locality is not fortunate enough to have that silent environment. As the season of Bihu is on, there are continuous organization of Bihu functions in our locality, one after another. In the name of Bihu, there is high volume playing of music overnight causing great inconvenience for the people of the locality. The senior citizens and the heart patients are worst sufferers. Even students are unable to complete their daily studies. Due to the playing of loudspeakers above the prescribed limits there is constant occurrence of sound pollution possessing a great threat to public health very sooner.
      The administration must permit a limited number of celebrations of Bihu functions. There should be complete ban on playing loud music after 10 PM. The organizing committee should also understand our pain and they must practice self-control in this matter.

Your Faithfully,
Mr. X
……. Locality
   

4) Write a letter to Editor of a local English Daily drawing attention of the authorities concerned to the pitiable condition of roads in your area. [H.S. 2018| AHSEC Question]


Bishunpatti Road, Guwahati
To,
The Editor
The Assam Tribune

Dated: 25th July, 2021

Sub: Poor road condition of our locality.
Sir,
      Through this column of your esteemed daily I would like to draw the attention of the concerned authority towards a serious issue faced by our locality i.e. the poor road condition in our locality blocking connectivity with the outer world.
     Roads are the basic structural requirement for development of any society. But, our locality is not fortunate enough to have a road in functioning condition. The roads is broken at several places and has big ditch like whole in middle of the road. The PWD does not ensure proper maintenance and they have left us to suffer in it. Everyday hundreds of people have to go to their destination through this road. School students have to suffer because of a pitiable road. No can think of driving a four wheeler over this road. Accidents occur very occasionally. Several people have already lost their lives in this miserable road.
    The PWD is overlooking degradation of the road as they are not serious in their duty to ensure proper maintenance of the road. We put several letters to the authority in order to attract their attention, but our efforts were turned fruitless. Now, we demand that the authority should ensure graveling of the road as soon as possible.


Yours Faithfully
Mr. Acharya Bibhuti
A Local Resident
  

Saturday, 2 May 2020

AHSEC | Important Job Application Writing | Ideas for Class 11 | HS 1st Year | English Grammar


AHSEC | CLASS 11 | JOB APPLICATION H.S.2015 QUESTION PAPER QUESTION With Answer

 (A) You are Ranjan/ Ranjana.  You have come across an advertisement in a local daily regarding a situation vacant for the post of Assistant teacher in a school at Jorhat. Write an application to the Headmaster of the school submitting your candidature for the same. Mention the other relevant details. [H.S. 2015]





AHSEC | Job Application Writing for Class 11 | HS 1st Year | English Grammar



12 Hill View Colony,
Dibrugarh – 786001

To,
The Headmaster
Govt. Boys’ HS and MP School
Jorhat

Dated: 18th Feb, 2020
Subject: Job Application for the post of Assistant Teacher.

Sir,
    In response to your advertisement published in “The Sentinel” on 12th Feb, 2020 for the post of Assistant Teacher in your reputed school, I would like to offer myself as the most eligible candidate for the same.
    I possess Master Degree in Political Science from renowned Dibrugarh University with 67% marks in aggregate passed in the year 2015. I have also finished my B.Ed. degree making me compatible for the said post. I am presently serving in XYZ School as a Junior Teacher and thus possess 2 years of practical experience in the field. I also have ancillary Computer Diploma and have good command over the field of teaching.
   If appointed, I shall serve your school with my best capabilities and utmost devotion. I can ensure you that I shall be the best candidate for the said post.
    Waiting for a positive response from your side at the earliest.

Yours Faithfully,
Mr. Ranjan Sharma
The Most Eligible Candidate

   


 AHSEC | JOB APPLICATION H.S.2016 QUESTION WITH SOLUTIONS


(B) You are Ranjan/ Ranjana.  You have seen an advertisement in a local daily for the post of a science teacher in a Pub Guwahati School. Write a letter to the Headmaster of the school in response to the advertisement applying for the post. [H.S. 2016]



AHSEC | Job Application Writing for Class 11 | HS 1st Year | English Grammar


12 Hill View Colony,
Dibrugarh – 786001

To,
The Headmaster
Public Guwahati School
Guwahati

Dated: 18th Feb, 2020
Subject: Job Application for the post of Science Teacher.

Sir,
    In response to your advertisement published in “The Sentinel” on 12th Feb, 2020 for the post of Science Teacher in your reputed school, I would like to offer myself as the most eligible candidate for the same.
    I possess Master Degree in Physics from renowned Guwahati University with 76% marks in aggregate passed in the year 2015. I have also finished my B.Ed. degree which is an added compatibility for the said post. I am presently serving in XYZ School as a Junior Teacher and thus possess 3 years of practical experience in the field. I also have a Computer Diploma and have good command over the field of teaching.
   If appointed, I shall serve your school with my best capabilities and utmost devotion. I can ensure you that I shall be the best candidate for the said post.
    Waiting for a positive answer at the soonest.

Yours Faithfully,
Mr. Ranjana Kashyap
The Most Eligible Candidate


 AHSEC | JOB APPLICATION H.S.2018 QUESTION WITH SOLUTIONS

(C) You have seen an advertisement in ‘The Assam Tribune’ for the post of Manager in a private firm. Write an application to the proprietor of the firm in response to the advertisement. Sign as Mridul/Mridula. [H.S. 2018]



AHSEC | Job Application Writing for Class 11 | HS 1st Year | English Grammar


12 Hill View Colony,
Dibrugarh – 786001

To,
The Proprietor
M/s PKJ Firm
Jorhat

Dated: 18th Feb, 2020
Subject: Job Application for the post of Manager.

Sir,
    In response to your advertisement published in “The Assam Tribune” on 12th Feb, 2020 for the post of Manager in your reputed firm, I would like to offer myself as the most eligible candidate for the same.
    I possess Master Degree in Political Science from renowned Dibrugarh University with 70% marks in aggregate passed in the year 2014. I have also finished my M.B.A. degree making me compatible for the said post. I am presently serving in XYZ Company as a Junior Manager and thus possess 2 years of practical experience in the field. I also have ancillary Computer Diploma and have good command over the field of management.
   If appointed, I shall serve your school with my best capabilities and utmost devotion. I can ensure you that I shall be the best candidate for the said post.
    Waiting for a positive mail from you as soon as possible.

Yours Faithfully,
Mr. Mridul Verma.
The Most Eligible Candidate

 AHSEC | IMPORTANT REPORT WRITING FOR CLASS XI | ENGLISH GRAMMAR



 H.S 1ST YEAR REPORT WRITING 2018 QUESTION

(A) You are Ranjan/Ranjana, a reporter of ‘The Telegraph’. You have witnessed a road accident resulting in the death of three persons. Prepare a report in about 100 words to be published in your newspaper. [H.S. 2018]

 
AHSEC | NCERT Solutions | Important Report Writing for Class 11 | HS 1st Year | English Grammar
REPORT WRITING FOR CLASS 11 | HS 1ST YEAR


A tragic road accident killed three in Guwahati, four injured

By Ranjan Sharma, Staff Reporter
 
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Guwahati, 13 Feb; A road accident occurred yesterday at about 6.35 PM near Azad Nagar, 30 KMs away from Guwahati, when a Winger hit a electricity post while giving side to a high-speed local bus. According to eye witnesses, the Winger braked in order to avoid collision with a local bus along the middle of the road which was coming at a very high speed from the opposite direction. The driver lost control of the jeep which swerved to the roadside running over a school going boy and hit a tree. The boy died on the spot and later, the boy was identified as Manmohan Berma (13), son of Asish Naru of Sonabhadra village. The driver Abhisaar Azad (35) and a passenger Manish Gogoi (42) also died on the spot. Also four other passengers got severe injury and they have been hospitalized.     



H.S 1ST YEAR REPORT WRITING 2019 QUESTION



(B) Your school/college observed the “World Environment Day” on 5th June. The students took part in a plantation programme and took out a rally to create awareness among the people. Prepare a report in about 100 words on the event to be published in your school/college wall-magazine. [H.S. 2019]



 
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REPORT WRITING FOR CLASS 11

 
 
             World Environment Day Celebration

By Imran Hussain, Class: XII


Guwahati, 6th Jun; Sunrise Academy celebrated the auspicious moments of the World Environment Day this year with all glory and pride. The programme was unveiled by Dr. M. Dihingia, respected Principal with an enthusiastic slogan “Environment is the greatest asset of the mankind”. Dr. S. Borah, a renowned environmentalist was invited as a chief guest to preside over the opening ceremony. He delivered an eye-opening lecture on “Environment and Mankind”.
   After the opening ceremony, the school students guided by Mr. A.K. Hazarika, the science teacher of our school, planted more than 300 saplings in the nearby area of our school. Later, more than 500 students walked out in a rally under his guidance displaying various posters, placards etc. to create awareness on environmental issues.
   The daylong celebration was an eye opener for students. They were given valuable teachings on the importance of nature. Nature is supreme and the mankind is just a subject of nature.   

Friday, 1 May 2020

3rd Installment of Lockdown Arrives, India to Remain Shut Till 17th May

Lockdown extended in India
Lockdown Version 3.0

India, 1st May 2020: In the most expected way, The Central Government today announces the 3rd installment of lockdown extension. The lockdown that has been extended for the 3rd time, shall increase the earlier deadline of 3rd May and with 2 weeks extension, shall last till 17th May. India is in Lock Down mode from the 24th of March. And with the announcement of extension for the third time, it is now a total of thirty-eight days lockdown.
    The Ministry of Home Affairs has however issued a set of new guidelines to prevail during this lockdown version 3.0. The government shall issue different directives for different zones - red zones, orange zones, and green zones districts. The green zone and orange zones districts to enjoy certain relaxations.
     The government decision is quite justified as India is serially experiencing a leap in corona cases in the last few days. Presently, the total positive cases stand at 35,043 with the registration of 180 new cases today. Sad to express that 1154 people have already died of corona in India. However, 9068 people also have recovered from the deadly grip of the corona

     As the lockdown is prolonged for the third time, the economy is going to face big jerks. How the government is going to cushion this economic jerk, it will now arise as a big economic challenge for the government.

     This prolonged lockdown has heavily hampered the lives of daily wage earners. Many of them are now jobless. They are unable to feed their families. And the government has totally failed to initiate any neutralizing schemes so far. After the expiry of lockdown, the government will have to focus on bringing back the economy on the right track. 

Thursday, 30 April 2020

 English Grammar | Class 9 | Notice Writing | SEBA | NCERT


 
English Grammar | Class 9 | Notice Writing | SEBA | NCERT
Notice Writing for class 9


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1. You are the general secretary of your school write a notice within 50 words for the school notice board inviting students who would like to participate in a one day Blood Donate Camp organized by a local NGO at your school. [District Board 2016]
Gyan Academy, Guwahati
NOTICE
Dated:13th Mar, 2018
Blood Donation Camp
This is hereby notified that XYZ NGO is going to organize a Blood Donate Camp in our school on 20th of March, 2018. All the willing students are hereby requested to be a part of the camp by submitting their names to the undersigned latest by 15th Mar, 2018.
     Active participation of all the students is expected to make the camp successful. 
Yours Truly
Mr. X
General Secretary


2.  You decorate the post of the cultural secretary of your school. Draft a notice within 50 words informing the students that an inter district debate competition is going to be organized in district library. 
NOTICE
Dated: 15th June, 2021
Inter District Debate Competition
This is for the general concern of all students that on 27th of June, 2021, an inter district debate competition is going to be organized in District Library from 10 a.m. onward. As per the organizer's rules, a team of two participants from each class can participate in that competition. The debate shall cover the topic of "Mother tongue is the best medium of learning". One participant of the group shall be for and the other member shall be against the given topic.
So, the interested students can submit their names to the undersigned latest by 25th of June. No joining fee required.
Yours Truly
Azad Sharma
Cultural Secretary

Bollywood Loses Another Shining Star

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Great Actor Rishi Kapoor Passes Away

India, 30th Apr 2020: Shadowing great sadness, the great soul, Bollywood Actor Rishi Kapoor passes away today morning at 8:45 a.m. IST. The actor who made his fans to laugh, to cry, to think, through his unprecedented acting in cinemas, finally left his fans in tears after he had fought a two-year-long battle with leukemia.

    The Bollywood was not even fully recovered from the sad demise of legendary actor Irfan Khan yesterday, and amid that, another great actor departed the world. He was 67 and left behind his wife Neetu Kapoor, son Ranbir Kapoor and daughter Ridhima Kapoor.

    The veteran actor was undergoing treatment for cancer. He flew to New York in September 2019 for his cancer treatment. Later returned to India after having one-year treatment there. His health condition was quite unwell for several days. Finally, he left this materialistic world in a hospital in Mumbai and departed to eternal heaven. May his soul rest in peace and reside in heaven.

    He started his journey in Bollywood from 1970's blockbuster Mera Naam Joker. During that 70's era onward he started dominating Indian cinema with his powerful heroic acting. Rishi Kapoor was born on Sept. 4, 1952. He was the son of Raj Kapoor and Krishna Kapoor. The acting was running in his blood through his DNA. He belonged to a family where acting is more like a family custom. And perhaps, therefore, he was no exception to it. Till his last breath, he had been a part of many banners.

   He is counted among top impressive veteran actors of Bollywood. He had great comic timing, and his several roles made the audience laugh with an open heart. He is an inspiration to the young generation actors. No one can forget such a legend and particularly a great personality.

Wednesday, 29 April 2020

 EXERCISE | COMPREHENSION WRITING

CLASS 9: ENGLISH GRAMMAR
 
Important Comprehension Writing for Class 9 | English Grammar | SEBA | NCERT
EXERCISE : COMPREHENSION WRITING


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 (1) Lohit and Trisha got up early in the morning before their mother could wake them up. Usually they loved to sleep till late hours when they had no school. But that morning they were too excited to sleep. Their parents would be taking them to Sivsagar. On their way they would spend a night in Kaziranga. Every year during the school holidays their father took them to see different places, sometime outside Assam, sometime within Assam. “Assam is a unique land with tea gardens, ancient temples, national parks, historical monuments and what not”, their father said.”You should now your own state.”         [2016]

Questions:

  
(a)Why did Lohit and Trishna get up early in the morning? 1
Answer: Lohit and Trishna got up early in the morning because they were visiting Sivsagar with their parents that day. 


(b) What did they usually do when they had no school? 1
Answer: Lohit and Trishna they loved to sleep till late hours when they had no school.


(c)Where would they spend a night on their way to Sivsagar?        1
Answer: Lohit and Trishna would spend a night in Kaziranga on their way to Sivsagar.


 (d) Why should we know our own state?        1
Answer: We should know our own state because our own state is also unique and our state is our own identity. 


 (e) Give opposite of the followings:    1/2×2=1
Wake – Sleep    Ancient – Modern
 

(2)  Long long ago, in for away Country of Italy, there was a Duke of Milan called Prospero. He was a wise and learned man, more interested in books than in ruling his country.
He left care of political affairs to his brother Antonio, while he himself studied strange science books of magic. Antonio was however jealous of his brother. He felt that while Prospero remained in Italy he would always be considered the real Duke of Milan; and Antonio wanted that title for himself. And so he and Alonso, the king of Naples made a wicked plan; they decided to send Prospero far away from his country. So that Antonio could rule Milan in his place.     [2016]


Questions:

 
 (a) Who was Prospero?               1
Answer: Prospero was a Duke of Milan who was wise and learned.


 (b) What sort of books did he read?   1
Answer: Prospero read strange science books of magic.


 (c) What did Antonio want?     1
Answer: Antonio wanted the title of ‘Duke’ of Milan.


 (d) What was the name of the king of Naples?        1
Answer: The name of the king of Naples was Alonso.


(e) Give opposite of Gender of ‘Duke’.     1/2
Answer: The opposite Gender of ‘Duke’ is 


 (f) Give the Noun form of ‘Decide’    1/2
Answer: The Noun form of ‘Decide’ is ‘Decision’.


(3) A library is a place where we can borrow books. It usually contains books of all kinds- school books, story books, dictionaries and others. There are long rows of shelves on which the books are kept.
In some libraries we can go round and chose a book. In some other libraries, we have to go to the person who is in charge of the library.  Then we tell him what book we want; we write the number of the book, its title and the name of the author on a place of paper. Then we can usually keep it for a week or perhaps two before we take it back to the library.


 (a) What is a library?   1
Answer: A library is a place to borrow books.


 (b) What types of books are usually found in library?

Answer: A library has all sorts of books – school books, story books, dictionaries and others. 


    (c) How can you borrow a book from the library?
Answer: In order to borrow books from a library one has to approach to the person in charge. Then all the information relating to the book has to be written on a paper to borrow the book.


   (d) Pick out a word which means ‘a wooden furniture’ for keeping books’?
Answer: A wooden furniture for keeping books – shelves.