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Tuesday, 7 April 2020

A New Day, A New Way Class 8 Assam English Question Answer, Summary

A NEW DAY, A NEW WAY 

ENGLISH
CLASS: 8
LESSON:6
ASSAM SCERT TEXTBOOK

A New Day, A New Way Class 8 Assam English Question Answer , Summary ,NCERT solutions
CLASS 8 | A NEW DAY A NEW WAY | NOTES | QUESTIONS ANSWERS


1.Questions



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1.(a) Why was Seema Upset?
Answer(a): Seema was upset by the information given to her by Kalpana ma'am (the manager of her office) regarding her salary. Kalpana ma'am told her that this time it will take a few days to pay the staff their salary. She was upset because she needed twelve thousand rupees to pay her Daughter Swati's school fees and she was depending on her salary to make the payment.

1.(b) What did Swati suggest to her mother?

Answer(b): Swati told her mother about a Lady from an N.G.O. , who had recently visited their school to create awareness on "Entrepreneurship Development and Self Reliance". Swati suggested to her mother that they could try the N.G.O. for some help.


1.(c) What happened when Seema met the lady at the office of the NGO?

Answer(c): Seema after meeting the lady at the office of the N.G.O. talked to her about her hopes of setting up a small business. The lady took her to a large room where a group of women wearing blue sarees and aprons was stitching soft dolls. The lady explained to Seema that their NGO was a self-help group where they offer Vocational training in a variety of fields like culinary arts, toy making, etc.


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 1.(d) What did the women of 'Brave Mothers' do?
Answer(d): The women of "Brave Mothers" offer vocational training in a variety of fields like toy making, embroidery, tailoring, culinary arts, mobile phone repairing, and so on.


1.(e) What was Seema interested in doing?

Answer(e): Seema was interested in culinary training


1.(f) How did the NGO help Seema?

Answer(f): The N.G.O. helped Seema by providing her free vocational training. Moreover, they also assured that she would be given a loan amount to set up her own kitchen at home, and based on her performance, she would be assigned more customers. Since Seema needed money immediately, the lady also assured her that her loan would be sanctioned even before her training. A savings account would be opened in a bank in her name where she would be able to deposit her savings.

 

2.Questions

(a)Answer - determined, firm

(b)Answer - cooking

(c)Answer - overflowed

3.Questions
Answer:
(a) Edge - the outside limit of an object, a surface or an area
(b) Adored -loved somebody very much
(c) jotted - wrote something quickly
(d) hugged - put one's arms around somebody to hold them tightly, especially to show deep love or liking
(e) embossed - a raised design on a fabric

4. Questions
Answers:(a)  According to me qualities of a good daughter/good son are as follows
(i) He/she must be obedient.
(ii) He/She must be responsible.
(iii) He/She must not take things for granted.
(iv) He/She must be dutiful.
(v) He/She must be active in everything related to the household.
(vi) He/She must respect their parents.

Answer (b) Swati is a good daughter according to me because she seems very responsible and very wise of her age, she seemed soo mature and understand her mother problems and as a responsible daughter, she suggested a new way to tackle their problems it is very hard to find such type of wise girl in her age.

Answer (c) My good qualities that match with Swati's is I am very wise and caring like Swati.

Answer (d) I will obey and respect every decision made by my parents for my well being, this is the thing which I will become a better daughter/son.


5.Questions
Here are some common types of prepositions. They denote

(a) place or position:
e.g. in, on, at, over, under, above, below, behind, between, beyond
      (i)The book is on the table.
     (ii) He is at school now.

(b) time
e.g. at, on, in, for, from, to, since, during, till/until
        (i) She will go to the office in the morning.
        (ii) She sat there for three hours.

(c) Cause
e.g. because of, on account of, from. out of, of
(i) The match had to be stopped because of the rain.
(ii) our school is closed on account of Bihu 

(d) Purpose:
e.g. for
(i) I am waiting for a taxi.

(e) means:
e.g. by, with, on, in
(i) I go to school by bus
(ii) I will cut the cake with this knife

(a) Seema was upset by the information . (with/in/by)
(b) Swati told her about a lady who lived here. (about/of/for)
(c) She asked Seema to see the lady at her office. (on/at/by)
(d) She was the boss of the NGO. (for/by/of)
(e) Swati goes to school by bus. (by/on/with)

6.Questions

(a) She was very wise of her age, Seema thought.
       She looked so mature, Seema thought.

(b) He had expired a few years ago.
He had passed away a few years ago.

(c) Depending on Seema's success, she would be given more work
Depending on Seema's performance, she would be given more work.

(d) Her heart was filled with new hopes and desires
Her heart brimmed with new dreams and the smile around the corner of her lips broadened like a flower in bloom.

8. Letter to the Branch Manager 

To
The Branch Manager
Assam Co-operative Milan Bank
Naharguri, Assam
Date: 1 January 2020

Sub: Application for sanction of a loan amount of Rs 10,000

Sir,
     I have been a customer with your bank for over five years. I would like to apply for a personal loan of Rs 10,000 to set up a catering business. I have done the necessary market survey and have submitted all the necessary documents.

I will be very grateful if you could sanction the loan at the earliest.
Thank you, and looking forward to hearing from you.
Yours faithfully.
Seema Deka.

A NEW DAY, A NEW WAY SUMMARY

 A New Day A New Way is a story of Seema Deka and her daughter Swati. One Evening Seema after returning from her office drew the window curtains of her living room, she was very tired and worried, she sat on the edge of her bad and lost in thought. She was upset because the manager of her office told her that it will take a few days to pay the staff their salary this month. She was worried because she needed twelve thousand rupees to pay her Daughter Swati’s school fees and she was depending on her salary.
Swati was very wise of her age, she was only in Class X. She looked so mature. After finding her mother worried she give her suggestion about a lady from an NGO who had visited their school to create awareness on Entrepreneurship Development and Self Reliance”. She suggested to her mother that they could try the NGO for some help. She had a number of the lady’s mobile phone and rang her up. She told the lady about her mother and sought her guidance to start a small business. The lady told Swati to send her mother to her office “Brave Mothers” the next day.

The following morning Seema visited the office and met the lady and talked to her about her hopes of setting up a small business. There the lady took her to a room where a large group of women was stitching soft dolls. Women working there wore blue sarees and aprons with Brave Mothers embossed on their dress. The Brave mother was a self-help group that offers vocational training in a variety of fields like toy making, tailoring, culinary arts, etc.
The lady asked Seema in which field she is interested to take training, Seema chose culinary training, as she loves cooking. The lady explained everything about the self-help group to Seema and since she needed Money immediately, the lady also assured her that her loan would be sanctioned even before her training. At this Seema couldn’t hide her excitement. It was going to be all right. Her heart brimmed with new dreams. She couldn’t wait to get home and tell Swati the good news.
Together, they would build a new future!


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