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Chapter 1 A Letter to God
CLASS -10TH CBSE
Thinking about Language (Page 8,9,10,11)
Q.1. There are different names in different parts of the world for storms, depending on their nature. Can you match the names in the box with their descriptions below, and fill in the blanks?
gale, whirlwind, cyclone, hurricane, tornado, typhoon.
Question 1. A violent tropical storm in which strong winds move in a circle c__.
Question 2. An extremely strong wind __ a __.
Question 3. A violent tropical storm with very strong wind __ p __.
Question 4. A violent storm whose centre is a cloud in the shape of a funnel __n__.
Question 5. A violent storm with very strong winds, especially in the Western Atlantic Ocean __ r__.
Question 6. A very strong wind that moves very fast in a spinning movement and causes a lot of damage __l__.
Q.2. Join the sentences given below using who, whom, whose, which, as suggested.
Question 1.I often go to Mumbai. Mumbai is the commercial capital of India, (which)
Answer: I often go to Mumbai which is the commercial capital of India.
Question 2. My mother is going to host a TV show on cooking. She cooks very well, (who)
Answer: My Mother who cooks very well, is going to host a TV show on cooking.
Question 3. These sportsperson are going to meet the President. Their performance has been excellent, (whose)
Answer: These sportspersons, whose performance has been excellent, are going to meet the President.
Question 4. Lencho prayed to God. His eyes see into our minds, (whose)
Answer: Lencho prayed to God, whose eyes see into our minds.
Question 5. This man cheated me. I trusted him. (whom)
Answer: This man whom I trusted cheated me.
Question 3. Find sentences in the story with negative words, which express the following ideas emphatically.
(a) The trees lost all their leaves.
(b) The letter was addressed to God himself.
(c) The postman saw this address for the first time in his career.
(a) Not a leaf remained on the trees.
(b) It was nothing less than a letter to God.
(c) Never in his career as a postman had he seen that address.
IMP GRAMMAR A Letter to God