English Answer key Sent Up Exam 2022 Class 10th
Matric Sent Up Exam Answers Key 2022 Bihar Board English [Set – A]
English Sent up Answer key Class 10th Subjective Question [Set – A]
(Descriptive Type Questions)
Ans:- 1. (i) His real names Otathaha
(ii) When and where was Huddha born ?
Ans:- He was been in the year 500 B.C. He was born a prince
(iii) Ans:- he did not want to become a long wedd out the meaning of life. He left his palace and went out to seek
(iv) Ans:- He left his palace and went out to seek truth For years he da hand be of poverty. He went to many teachers.
2.(i) Ans:- Painting is done with fingers, branches, brushes, nib-pens and matte sticks using natural dyes and pigments.
(ii) Ans:- Which is prevalent in the Mithila region of the Indian state.
(iii) Ans:- There are images for every occasion and festival like birth, marriage, Holi, Kali Puja, Durga Puja and holy thread ceremony.
(iv) Ans:- Madhubani painting has been traditionally done by the women of the villages around the present cities of Madhubani and Darbhanga.
(i) Ans:- I’ll do what I want!”
(ii) Ans:- Cat Shadow!
(iii) Ans:- Was very unprepared to see The shadow of a cat!
4. (a) What does the author say about air travel in The Pace for Living’?
Ans:- yes the pace for living is nothing but living alone it has peace for the person who leaves alone
(b) What would Gillu do to attract the narrator’s attention?
Ans:- Gillu had sustained wounds by two crows, to make him a easy prey for-them poking their beaks on his tiny body.
(c) What does the speaker say about the young people of Burma in “Acceptance Speech”?
Ans:- Alexander Aris had accepted the Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of his mother because she was under detention by the Burmese Government and was unable to accept it personally by attending the ceremony in Oslo.
(d) What is a blend of many elements in The Unity of Indian Culture’?
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(e) What does Radha’s friend believe in Thinner Than the Crescent’?
Ans:- Radha’s friends believer that when the hopelessness. would be driven away joy may come again.
(f) What qualities of body and mind do the happy men possess?
Ans:- A man should keep his calm in difficult situations. Self-belief in one’s own ability and integrity is important. Being truthful in any circumstance is a virtue. Hate is not the way to go. And one should not by showy or arrogant for possessing all these good qualities.
(g) Do you think a polythene bag pollutes our environment ? Give reasons.
Ans:- in our environment. When we go to purchase our groceries, we use plastic bags because they are convenient. In fact, in our modern lives, it has become part of us. However, the convenience of these plastic bags come at a very high cost to the environment and negatively affects
(h) What was the gift given by the Wish-yielding Tree?
Ans:- The gift was given by the tree when he went to the tree and prayed to give him a pitcher containing gold coins.
(i) Why could Halku not sleep in the field at night?
Ans:- Halku could not save his field from the cattle because while cattle entered his field, he was sleeping and didn’t wanted to get disturbed by anyone.
(j) What are steroids?
Ans:- Steroids are a man-made version of chemicals, known as hormones, that are made naturally in the human body. Steroids are designed to act like these hormones to reduce inflammation.
5. Write a paragraph on any one of the following in about 60-70 words:
(i) Impact of Covid 19 on Education
Ans:- School closures due to COVID-19 have brought significant disruptions to education across Europe. Emerging evidence from some of the region’s highest-income countries indicate that the pandemic is giving rise to learning losses and increases in inequality. To reduce and reverse the long-term negative effects, Ukraine and other less-affluent lower-middle-income countries, which are likely to be even harder hit, need to implement learning recovery programs, protect educational budgets, and prepare for future shocks by “building back better.”affecting 185 million students
. Given the abruptness of the situation, teachers and administrations were unprepared for this transition and were forced to build emergency remote learning systems almost immediately.
(ii) Problem of Unemployment
Ans:- Unemployment is the inability to get employed in an established organization despite the unsuccessful efforts. It is a persistent condition that can cause prolonged starvation in a financially-weak family. This problem in the present century has become crucial due to various reasons such as lack of human capital, illiteracy, and availability of resources, crime rate, mental stress, and even the influence of political factors. One of the paramount problems in the working sector is the exploitation of employees, making lose them hope from their workplace. They face inequality in the distribution of wages by their employer. Moreover, favoritism is dominant in workplaces. The employer’s favorite and unskilled candidates are preferred more than the skilled ones.
(iii) your school
Ans:- It is said that schools shape us to become more responsible adults. We must treat our schools with respect as they are the places of worship for a student. A good student is the product of a good school. My school has excellent teachers who help students with studies, sports, and other extracurricular activities. They are the building blocks of aa school and teach us important lessons that we must apply in our daily lives.
Schools teach us to cooperate with our friends and classmates. The basic value of sharing is taught right from the beginning. We have different classrooms where the teachers teach us different subjects. Equal weightage is given to both studies and co-curricular activities so that we develop into better individuals. Our schools will always try to focus on our overall growth and transform us into healthy adults.
(iv) Joys and sorrows go hand in hand
Ans:- God has created a beautiful life and earth for us. He has made this so that we lead a happy life. But this does not mean that our life will be happy and same the entire time. We will have to face a lot of situations where there will be different problems and issues.
We cannot run away from these problems and issues. We need to face them and remove all of them. Only then we will get the happiness we want. Otherwise we will always remain sad and keep cribbing about things. There will be darkness, troubles and problems on our way. But it depends on us we tackle them. There will be no person who will not have sadness, problems and darkness in their life.
(v). Pleasures of Reading.
Ans:- Reading makes a man perfect. By reading we get information, facts and knowledge of the affairs of the world.
The books prescribed for our formal education do not provide pleasure to us . This is an obligation on us to read those books as we have to continue with our education.We are to go through them even though we may not like them. The books that provide us pleasure are the books of our liking and interest. Therefore we should have a vast field of good books for our knowledge.
6. You are Komal, Secretary of the English Club. Write a notice in about 50-60 words informing the students about an essay competition to be organised in your school.
Date: 15 November 20
Teacher’s Day This is to hereby informed to every student that like always this time too school is going to held various programmes on Teacher’s Day. Interested students can give their names to the undersigned and show their hidden talent.
7. Write a report in about 60-70 words about the Minister’s visit to inaugurate Annual Function of your school.
The Annual Function of 2020 2021, was held on 20th September, in Swaksati colony, Pankaaj hall. It began at 5 pm.200 children along with their parents had attended. The cheif guest was the district collector. The best performance was given to Kriti’s class, while Kriti was the best dancer. There were 5 acts, 10 performances and 10 speeches. The senior girls gave a beautiful performance and were appreciated by the judges. The day was lovely. Aer the function, delicious snacks were served to all. Everybody enjoyed
8. You are Dolly. Write a letter to your Principal requesting her to increase time of the school library by an hour.
The principal, xyz school.
SUB: Request to extend the library working hours upto 9:00 pm.
Respected Sir/Madam, I a student studying in your
respected school wrote this letter to request you to extend the working timings for the library as we are not able to read the library books due to its short time and busy school schedule.
Hope you will very soon come forward and take out the solution for our problem.
9. You are Sukmani. Write a letter to your cousin asking her to come to your village during the summer vacation.
# 12,2nd block indiranagar,bangalore 562104.
Hey hiiiii….how r u ?? Hope your fine &
everything is going correctly with you.. the purpose of writing this letter to you to invite to our house for this summer vacation..
as you know that my exams completed..
i am feeling very bored here.., no one r
there to play with me.. i need u to spend this summer vacation with me..if u come we can go to beach.visit many places in and around Bangalore..
please dear join with me!!
Yours lovingly, Vidya
10. You are Nandini. Write a speech in about 60-70 words on ‘Importance of Social
Distancing during Covid 19.
Hii , my name is sunil sharma, l am student it’s school, l am student of class 10th,
So far, data suggests that children under the age of 18 years represent about 8.5% of reported cases, with relatively few deaths compared to other age groups and usually mild disease. However, cases of critical illness have been reported. As with adults, pre-existing medical conditions have been suggested as a risk factor for severe disease and intensive care admission in children.
Further studies are underway to assess the risk of infection in children and to better understand transmission in this age
11. You are Rakesh. Write a message in about 30-40 words to your sister informing her that you will be visiting her hostel during visiting hours.
Satya Nagar Colony
Dated: 30 Nov, 2021
Subject: Neighbours repeatedly flouting quarantine rules
I want to bring to your attention that some of my neighbours are continuously flouting the quarantine rules even after being tested covid19 positive. Two members of the infected family are moving openly and that too without a mask.
The second floor of House no. 39 in the opposite street is occupied by two college boys living as paying guests. Many outsiders keep visiting these boys. It can be dangerous in this tough time of highly infectious coronavirus disease. The owner of the house is a couple of senior citizens who are worried about their health.
I request immediate intervention from the police so that this disease can be contained at the right time and residents can feel safe and secure.