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Invitatiom To English – 1
(Prose and Poetry)
Council of Higher Secondary Education, Odisha
Bhubaneswar +2 Examination
Contents (Poetry) – Daffodils
– William Wordsworth
We’ll post the answers soon, Ashif. Meanwhile, you can checkout the stanza by stanza explanations of the poem by clicking in the link below:
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Money Madness: https://www.englishcharity.com/odisha-state-board-plus-2-englsh-money-madness-2/
Essay on Television Poetry: https://www.englishcharity.com/icse-class-10-literature-television-by-robert-dahl-an-essay/
Pls provide all the literary devices used in class 11 &12 poetry (CBSE) ENG CORE with explanation
We will do it, butit may take up to 6 weeks.
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State Board Odisha
Approaches to English Book 2
One Act Play
1) Mother’s Day
2) The Unexpected
Answers will be posted by the end of April or even earlier.
WILL POST BEDORE 24TH APRIL.
Gifts by Ralph Waldo Emerson แปล
“Gifts of one who loved me,
It was high time they came;
When he ceased to love me,
Time they stopped for shame.” มีความหมาย
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How does one determine if a follower is trustworthy
The question is not clear.
Men are not made in the same mould, like a lot to bricks. It would have ill-suited
the wants of the world if it had been so. Consequently, even in the same country, men
differ in disposition, and inclination and manners, and opinion, more probably than they
do in face or form. And between the people of different countries the contract is even
more striking. We have then, also, different sentiments, different sympathies, different
hopes, different ways altogether. It will always be so. So long as there are different
minds, there will be different views on all matters that admit of opinion. So long as there
are different degrees or latitude and longitude, as well as differing circumstances there
will be different interests different attachment and different habits. It behoves us,
therefore, to cultivate a generous spirit of forbearance towards those, of whatever race,
who may think differently and act differently, from ourselves. Even though we may be
convinced that they are wrong, if we know them to be sincere, we should still bear with
them and give them credit for their sincerity.
This is the virtue of toleration or bearing with others when we may differ from
them, or may not like their ways. Toleration should be shown in all differences of opinion
on even the highest matters of life and death; and there it is of more value than anywhere
else. When we cannot agree with one about a point of science, or philosophy, or faith, we
can at least agree to differ from hi, and there is an end. We must always remember that
we are all likely to make mistakes and possess weaknesses, and that we ourselves need
the same forbearance and sympathy. We are, besides, all of the same human brotherhood,
and should, ?like brothers, agree?.
Humans are all different from one another in taste, thinking, intelligence and beliefs. Such divergence helps a country to meet all its needs of skilled man power. When we step out, such divergence becomes starker and apparently irreconcilable.
The best way to avoid rift and exist harmoniously is to accept such difference with grace and respect. We can always avoid continuing acrimony by agreeing to disagree with our rival. When we know we all have weaknesses, imperfections and shallowness of intellect, conceding ground to our adversary will be wise. Tolerance and an urge to live peacefully should override tendencies to argue and fight. (103 words)
Sir can u plz provide me best answer for isc on Prospero ‘s character
Sorry, Shaddan, I have not yet written anything on this. I will post it when I do.
Is it possible to get an English Language Practice Sheet that covers all the topics for ISC Boards and a few samples for Proposal writing in the ISC Format?
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Charles lamb’s “essays of elia”
Sir, Have you posted anything about report writing, if have , pls share the link.
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Amore complete note on report writing will be posted soon. Please wait for a day or two.
Sir have you posted anything about the poem Crossing the Bar isc class 12 if so can you please share the link
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Can you please post the questions & answer of The nightingale and the rose of Chse Bureau textbook Odisha
Will be posted today.
Can you plz send the explanation of
MY LAST DUCHESS
PUNISHMENT IN KINDERGARTEN
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What symbolic meaning do you think is being conveyed through the bicycle by Dash Benhur ? This a long question
We will post it in a week.
What is being conveyed by the author through his story ‘The Bicycle’?
The Bicycle by Dash Benhur is a simple story with a profound, philosophical message. It’s a nostalgic account of Sudhir Babu, who is an old-fashioned English teacher with an enduring passion for poetry. He has a bicycle, nicknamed Veersen that has served him well for decades. Both Sudhir Babu and his trusted bicycle have gone through the ups and downs of life. Sudhir Babu has developed an emotional attachment with Veersen, and has never thought of abandoning it for a new one. In some way, it explains why and how develop an attachment with the things they use in their daily lives. It’s a old value that is fast disappearing in present times when ‘use-and-throw’ culture has been fuelled by cunning manufacturers who don’t produce goods of very high quality, so that the consumer finds a reason to discard it for a new one. Such trend is typical to today’s consumerist, and materialistic ethos. No one seems to bother how such tendency to buy new items harms the environment by accelerated exploitation of earth’s limited resources.
Times have rolled by. Sudhir Babu’s grandson, Tana, grows up. He owns a flashy, red, and trendy bicycle. Against this modern-day product, Veersen becomes a poor comparison. No wonder, Tana chides both Sudhir Babu and his trusted bicycle for being so out of fashion. His fascination for poetry, obviously, fails to impress the young child. Sudhir Babu endures the derision nonchalantly. After all, the age belongs to Tana, not to him. The generation gap manifests itself glaringly. In the eyes of the youngster, both Sudhir Babu and Veersen are relics of the past.
Sudhir Babu gives a thorough make-over to the derelict cycle. It comes back to life, ready to serve its master again with renewed zeal. On one occasion, Sudir Babu and his friends are caught in darkness while returning from a picnic. Veersen’s dynamo lights up and dispels the darkness. Sudhir Babu beams in appreciation. It’s impossible to find a new-age young man or woman, earning a high income, sticking to their old gadgets for more than three or four years. Old values are crumbling inexorably, no doubt.
Sudhir Babu’s wife ages and is beset with the infirmities of dotage. She becomes irritable and jittery. Sudhir Babu feels hurt and bewildered. He soothes his mind by reminiscing about their happier days of the past. One can draw valuable philosophical lessons from the plight of Sudhir Babu and his wife. Being stoic and gracefully accepting the vagaries of old age are golden lessons this simple story teaches so aptly.
Finally, the curtains come down. Sudhir Babu meets with an accident and is sternly told by his family members not to ride his favorite cycle again. Veersen has to fall in line. The separation from the owner is painfully inevitable. Sudhir Babu is resigned to his life confined to his home; Veersen has to rust away to its death. Life on earth looks so difficult.
Please upload solutions of the way to Equal Distribution by Mk Gandhi , it’s urgent
Wait till tomorrow.
Q1. What do you know about non-violence?
Answer.. Non-violence is the epitome of all human values. It means desisting from all sorts of verbal, physical and other forms of hurtful behavior that humans resort to harm the rivals and take revenge against them. To practice it in real life it is extremely difficult because being vengeful is an innate tendency of humans. It needs extreme degree of self-control, discipline and robust moral sense to shun violence. No doubt, non-violence, as a trait is so much valued.
How can we apply Gandhian ideals in today’s world? Write with suitable examples.
Ans .. Many of world’s intractable socio-economic problems can be solved by the Gandhian idea of non-violence. The dismantling of the oppressive apartheid system was dismantled by the astute leadership of Nelson Mandela by eschewing the urge to turn on the white settlers of the country. The black American crusader Martin Luther King Jr. used non-violence to blunt the racial hatred practiced by the whites against the blacks. It was a resounding success as more and more Americans began to realize the folly of discrimination and began to accept the blacks as fellow human beings with equal rights.
Please upload the solutions of the way to Equal Distribution by Mk Gandhi
I am extremely sorry for not being able to helpyou out during your time of urgency. Actually, I have fallen sick with cold, cought and congestion since July 4. Iam now recovering, but too weak to indulge in any thing serious.
I suggest you send me your draft answers. Within a day or two, I will edit and value-add them. You can get it in 72 hours.
Please, don’t misunderstand me. Iam 76, too frail to bounce back.
Please don’t say sorry Sir .
You actually helped me a lot .
I can’t thank you enough 🙏🏻
Also , please take care of yourself and get well soon!!
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Sorry for troubling you again and again I was just so panic for my examination and fortunately it went really well , a million thanks to you !
Write a short note on non-violence? How does it help a nation to grow politically and economically?
Ans .. Mahatma Gandhi is perhaps the most illustrious example of the tenet of non-violence. Although enshrined in many religions like Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism , Christianity and Islam, in twentieth century political world, M. K. Gandhi put non-violence to win over rivals, make new friends, defeat rivals in blood-less feuds, and win the hearts and minds of his fiercest foes. No wonder, he received world-wide acclaim for this.
A nation wedded to non-violence avoids armed conflicts, heave expenses on arms and ammunitions, and develops friendly relations with other nations, particularly neighbors. This enables it to focus its resources on nation-building activities, rather than on ruinous conflicts. So, non-violence helps a nation’s march towards growth and prosperity.
Respond to Gandhiji’s idea of the integral nature of religion in a multi-lingual and multi-cultural nation.
Ans .. Gandhi was a Hindu Gujrati Bania, but as his role in politics deepened, he developed kinship with persons belonging to very diverse cultural and linguistic fields. C. Rajagopalachari was a Tamil Brahmin, Subhas Bose was a Bengali Brahmin, Bhagat Singh was a Sikh, Gopal Krishna Gokhale was a Mharastrian and so on, and so forth. It was easy for Gandhi to realize that the religion runs as a common thread between different ethnic groups that keeps them united. Despite the vast difference between the ethnicities and culture of groups such as the Malayalam and the Bengali, The Odiyas, and the Jats of U.P., it’s their religion Hinduism that binds them together, nullifying centripetal forces.
Can you please provide the solutions of ‘ A call to Youth’ by Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan , I’m affixing the questions sheet below.
Q6. How do you think the integrity of the character of a student can contribute towards the betterment of the institution?
Ans .. An honest, dutiful and compassionate member of the society brings myriad benefits to people around them, especially those condemned to a life of poverty, illiteracy, and disease. Showing no concern to these underprivileged class of people is nothing but a criminal disregard of the values taught and nurtured in institutions. Men of scholarship and integrity drive the administration to alleviate the sufferings of the dispossessed and poverty-stricken masses. A person with no character can never bring themselves to do the sacrifices expected of an ideal and worthy individual. These morally-blighted people will prove to be a bane rather than a boon to the society.
An institution with morally upright faculty and students shines like a diamond, shedding light on others. A student need to read a lot of good books, imbibe values from them and put them to practice in real life.
Thank you so much sir!!
Your way of writing and vocabulary knowledge is astounding!!
These are the remaining questions from ‘A call to Youth’
Sir I urgently need the solutions of A call to Youth’by Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
I need three days from todaay.
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Q5 .. What is or what should be the primary responsibility of a student in an institution?
Ans.. Quite clearly, the student must make the best use if the academic facilities their institution provides them by being top-class educationists, scientists, technologists, economists etc. However, this is a very limited and incomplete goal for a student. The student must make all efforts to develop altruistic values in himself, so that they can contribute to build an egalitarian society. An educated person who feels no compassion for fellow human beings living in the periphery of the society is clearly a selfish individual. These so-called ‘educated’ persons with no moral fibre in their souls will eventually be scorned by the people at large. They would live incomplete, self-centered lives that demeans them before others. An ideal student, therefore, should revere their teachers, develop strong feelings of compassion, and never get into an adversarial relationship with the teachers. He should realize that nation-building is their aim, and bringing succor to the down-trodden is their mission.
Sir please post rest of the questions of A call to Youth’
Wait for 2/3 days.
Alright Sir 😊
Q1. What is democracy? What is or what should be the spirit of Democracy?
Ans .. Out of all the other forms of government, democracy stands out as the best, because it is compatible with the innate tendencies of humans to think independently, express dissent fearlessly, assume social responsibilities, and take everyone on board in decision-making. People express their opinion through vote, and gracefully accept a candidate as the ruler even if they had voted for a different one. This is why, it’s so famously said that ‘Democracy is by the people, of the people, and for the people.” Democracy, no doubt, is a slow and messy process, but it helps to ward off conflicts, confrontations, and chaos.
Respect for dissent is the spirit of democracy. If a differing view is rubbished and any form of opposition is smothered through violent exercise of state power, democracy takes a deadly hit. The other underlying spirit of democracy is compassion for the underdogs, and the outcasts of society. Keeping their social welfare uppermost in the agenda is the underlying spirit of democracy.
Q2. What are the major responsibilities of the youth of the country?
Ans.. India threw off its colonial yoke in 1947. It was a fledgling democracy then with gargantuan problems surrounding it from all sides. Economy, education, industry, agriculture and many such growth parameters were dismal then. Even after 75 years of existence as a free country, progress in all these fronts have been below par. The onus of putting the country in a high growth path, and ensuring that the poor get a fair deal in the allocation of national resources, obviously, falls on the youth. The young men and women must enlighten their minds through reading and reflection. An erudite mind is better-equipped to do selfless social service than a selfish one. So, in order to life the nation, the youth must strive to lift the downtrodden. Doing relentless endeavor in this direction is the youth’s primary responsibility.
Q3. Why does the author feel that educational institutions should not be treated as trade unions?
Ans .. Trade Unions are bargaining platforms where the workers negotiate with the owners / employers for better pay and working conditions. So, the relation often becomes adversarial. Educational institutions have teachers and students as the two parties. The relation between the two has no element of animosity, nor envy. Instead, the teacher tries to part with the best of what intellect he has, and the student tries to receive it reverentially. Such regard of the student for the teacher implores the latter to give their best to the former. So, trade unions have no place in educational institutions.
Q4… Do you feel ………………………….. university campuses?
Ans .. I feel elections in higher educational institutions do serve a purpose. It becomes an exercise for the young students to understand the value of their votes, and analyze and asses the manifesto of candidates. When elected, the representatives feel responsible and sensitive to the needs of the students in general. However, the scenario in colleges and universities today is very acrimonious, violent, and chaotic. The process of election vitiates the peaceful atmosphere of the institutions. I feel, we can do away with this process.
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Good afternoon Sir , have you posted the solutions of ‘An Educated Person ‘ by H. Nicholson?
No. I want the text of the essay. I want to know which class you are in, and your subject combination. This will help me to moderate my writing.
Sir actually I’m a first year biotechnology honours student , having english as my AECC (MIL) subject, we have a particular book for English -‘The widening Arc’ , in which particular chapters are given along with questions, but I am not able to find the answers anywhere nor there is any particular book and when I asked my teacher regarding this she told to find answers in google therefore I’m always requesting you for the answers and you have consistently provided me . There are many chapters which are left behind but my english exam is on sept 6 , so I’m requesting you to write urgently although it’s not possible for you to give all the answers… I’m affixing the chapters below please have a look sir and kindly reply me which chapters you can provide me within august last .
These are the rest of chapters Sir
I understand your predicament, but am really helpless. I am passing through a bad patch of health that limits my blog-writing time to just an hour a day. Nevertheless, I will start the work tomorrow. Let me see how far I go.
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* posted as per my request till today
An Educated Person will be posted this evening.
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Water answers posted.
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Send me the chapter-wise questions since I don’t have the text book.
Sir I’m sending the text and questions in this site’s email
Invitation to english-4 answer key
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Please the post questions and answers of the way to equal distribution
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On superstition by A.G Gardiner
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Narate his childhood experiences?
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Please give the summary and question answer of “THE RAINBOW BIRD”
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What is the new English phrases that was consoled by Oxford University?
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summary of memories of childhood class 12 cbse
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One of our most difficult problems is what we call to discipline and it is really very complex. You see, society feels that it must control or discipline the citizen, and shape his mind according to certain religious, social, monal,and exonemic petens.
Now, is discipline necessary at all? Please isten canefily Don’t immeliadly ay YES or NO. Most of us feel. especially while we are young. tia he show be no discipline. that we should be allowed to do whatever we like and we think that is freedom. But merely to say that we should be free and so on has very litle meaning without understanding the whole problem of discipline.
The keen athlete is disciplining himself the whole time. isn*the? His joy in playing games and the very necessity to keep fit make him go to bed early. refian from smoking, eat the right food, and generally obseve tie milts of sod kett, is discipline and punctuality are not an imposition Que a nAtteR Oncone OF ls enjoyment of athletics. (171 words)
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Society regiments an individual’s conduct pertaining to culture and religion etc., but many among the young resent the stifling curbs. However, a look at a young athlete’s daily routine debunks such anti-discipline thinking. At the root of their success and fame lies a gruelingly disciplined living style. Self-imposed avoidance of sensory pleasures through food, drinks etc. brings them glory. [61 words]
on the face of it explanation class 12
I find your summaries and analytics very useful so I wanted to request a detailed analysis on one of the essays of Joseph Addison ‘meditations in Westminster Abbey ‘
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journey to the end of earth explaination and summary
The overall explanation and those small details in between, all of that helped me much into making notes and doing my own analysis of the poem. Thank you for your efforts into framing the material, I just request you to please do the essay, ‘Of Unity in Religion’ also, would be much helpful! Really appreciate the efforts.
Part of Unity of Religion’ posted. Will be completed soon.
childhood question answer please +2 1st year science
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