Today , I am going to give you Some IMP Q & Ans 39 for class – 12 General English. this question &Answer will asked in MP BOARD Examination according to my opinion.Some IMP Q & Ans 39
SOME IMPORTANT QUESTIONS & ANSWER (TEXT BOOK)
CLASS -12 General English
Q.1. In what order does the poet wish to listen to the voice ?
Ans. The poet wishes to listen to the voice are-
1.Of nearest ones and dear ones.
2.Of the down-trodden .
3.Of one’s own soul
The significance is that it is from far to near and from the outer to the innermost.
Q.2. .who are the people far from us?
Ans . The people who are far from us who have no ray of hope in their life , who are forgotten by society and who are suffering a great deal.
Q.3. what is the overall mood of the poem?
Ans. The overall mood of the poem is that of love, care and devotion to humanity and to god.
Q.4.what was Mini doing in the balcony ?
Ans. Mini was sitting in her wheel chair and watching the children playing in the park outside.
Q.5. what disability did she have?
Ans. Mini was a spastic .who had no control over her hands & legs from birth.she could not walk.
Q.6. Describe the duck’s farewell.
Ans. Mini father took all the children and the duck to nearby lake. The children lifted their the duck carefully from Mini lap and gently released him into the lake .he began swimming and shoveling the water with his beak. the children watched him for a long time
Q.7.What is the best way to disarm hostility?
Ans. The best way to disarm hostility is not to think ill of other s until they try to harm you and even .them try to overlook their faults as far as possible.
Q.8. Explain , ‘ True equality is the only true morality or true wisdom ’ .
Ans. True wisdom requires that everybody should be treated as equal so that there are no conflicts in society resulting in peace and prosperity .and according to true morality why should there be discrimination based on wealth and status when everybody is born equal . thus it can be said that true equality is the only true morality and true wisdom.
Q.9.what is the attire of the earth?
Ans. The attire of the earth is the water of the seas and the greenery on the land.
Q.10. why does the poet regards earth a friend?
Ans. The poet regards earth as a friend because it provides us food and water to survive as well as permits us to make gardens and cities on it.
Q.11. what makes the poet think that man is god’s greatest creation?
Ans. The poet thinks that mans is god’s greatest creation because he is the only one who can love and think but the earth can’t .
Q.12. What are comfort zones?
Ans. Comfort zones may be external or physical , mental ,emotional social or psychological in these we feel comfort
Q.13. what are natural laws? how do they affect our lives ?
Ans. Natural laws are fundamental patterns of nature and life. if we obey them we gain better control of our lives have improved relationships, increase our own productivity and experience inner peace
Q.14. what are governing values? How can we identify our governing values?
Ans. Governing values control the priorities of our lives and are the foundation of our personal success and fulfillment .we can identify them by identifying the priorities.
Q.15. why should we leave our comfort zones and how?
Ans. We should leave our comfort zones if we want to reach any significant goal in our life . we can leave them by effort and commitment.
Q.16. what was the topic of discussion at Dabney’s?
Ans. The topic of discussion at Dabney’s was the supernatural. It had an endlessly interesting theme.
Q.17.What was the third remarkable thing? what effect did it have on the people present?
Ans. The third remarkable thing about the story was that it was made up by the narrator. The people present there, on this revealation felt the narrator was a snake who had bitten their bosom.
Q.18. what is selfishness according to the poet?
Ans. According to the poet to fly from human suffering is selfishness. One who avoids poor creatures in misery is a selfish man.
Q.19. what is the difference between a selfish man and a helpless man?
Ans. A selfish man always think for his own well being. He is never worried for the his own well being .he is never worried for the miseries and the sufferings of others. While a helpless man wants to help his fellow human beings though his own poverty does not let him do so.
Q.20.who was Swami Arvasu ?
Ans. Swami Arvasu was a monk who roamed the villages along the river Ganga’s with his small group of followers.
Q.21.what happened when Birju went to collect firewood?
Ans. When Birju went to collect the firewood the whole village was asleep .at this odd time of midnight he didn’t want to disturb the villagers. so he was wandering in search of firewood. Suddenly he heard a sound of frying something.
Q.22. what does the brain consist of?
Ans. The brain consists of neurons and glial cells. It is one and a half kilo mushroom of grey and white tissue of gelatinous consistency.
Q.23. what is a blood –brain barrier? how does it work ?
Ans. A blood –brain barrier serves as a gate-keeper it allows some things to go in but stops others to do so.
Q.24. Describe the structure of the brain .
Ans. The brain is made up of two hemispheres right and left. it contains about 30 billion nerve cells or neurons. The intertwined roots seen when a sad is lifted from a lawn resemble the intertwined dendrites of the neurons.
Q.25. Explain the storage system of the brain.
Ans. The brain stores each memory in several place so that if one part of the brain cells are destroyed the memory isn’t lost and can be retrieved from other place when needed.
Q.26. How can one reach the temple?
Ans. One who is pure in heart and has dare to climb the heights of unnumbered steps can reach the temple.
Q .27. who were the first visitors to the farm ?
Ans . Birds and butterflies were the first visitors to the farm.
Q.28. Write two ways in which the crows irritated the author?
Ans . The crows irritated the author in the following two ways :
- They cawed too much in an insufferable way. 2. They swooped down on the chicks.
Q.29. What was Ghasi’s complaint to the panchayat?
Ans . Ghasi’s complaint was that kanchhedi had stolen his ass.
Q.30. why did Ghasi not buy a bicycle?
Ans. Ghasi did not buy a bicycle because he had never ridden a bicycle in his life. he feared that if he did that at that age he might break his limbs.
Q.31. Why does the forest envy the river.?
Ans. The forest envies the river for its ability to go from place to place.
Q.32 What place does agriculture occupy in vision 2020?
Ans. Agriculture would become very remunerative to farmers with the success of second green revolution . India will have surplus food products to export to the world after domestic consumption is meet.
Q.33. Make a list of civic duties as suggested by Dr. Kalam .
Ans . The civics duties suggested by Dr. Kalam are as follow.
1.Keep your surrounding clean.2.Planting trees.3.Helping under privileged children.
4.Keep your school campus clean.
Q.34.What did the author mean by ‘a safe remark’?
Ans. The author said that she had an interesting face .this remark he considered to be safe means it would not provoke her.
Q.35. Why did the new passenger not notice her hair?
Ans. He noticed her eyes.they were beautiful but they were of no use to her , she was completely blind. So he did not notice her hair.
Q.36.What are the two meaning of the word ‘cricket’?
Ans. The first meaning is ‘ a small insect ‘ and the other is the name of a game.
Q.37. Justify the title “The fun they had”.
Ans . The title quite suits the article. Tommy and Margie find an old book and learn how the school were different in the past from their time and how much fun the children studying in those schools had. It gives a glimpse of future education.
Q.38. Describe the county Inspector .
Ans. He was a round built man with a red face and whole box of tools with dials and wires.
Q.39.Describe the people of Kashmir.
Ans. The people of Kashmir are often fair .The women have radish brown hair and blue eyes. They are thought to be beautiful .The kashmiris have lovely cream skin and the features are like the Greek.
Some IMP Q & Ans 39
Some IMP Q & Ans 39
Some IMP Q & Ans 39
Some IMP Q & Ans 39