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How would you describe Mr Keesing as a teacher? Class-10

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 Mr. Keesing as a teacher Q. How would you describe Mr. Keesing as a teacher? Answer: Anne Frank writes about Mr. Keesing in her diary. Mr. Keesing was, as per Anne Frank, a strict teacher. She says so because he didn't allowed her to talk in the classroom. Despite many warnings still Anne talked in the classroom. Hence, mr. Keesing punished her. Mr. Keesing's punishment to Anne was not a physical punishment. Rather he gave her to write an essay as a punishment. But when Anne wrote convincing arguments in the essay. Mr Keesing laughed on it, he was impressed. And he also allowed her to talk in the classroom. Thus, Mr. Keesing could be described as a fair teacher. Who wants discipline in the classroom. He is strict but accomodating as well. He also recognises talent and creativity which reflects in his treatment to Anne post reading the essays. Introduction : Anne & Mr. Keesing  Anne Frank was a Jewish girl living in Germany during WW2. She was fairly a teenager who had

Anne says teachers are most unpredictable. Is Mr. Keesing unpredictable? How?

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 Anne's views on Mr. Keesing Question.   Anne says teachers are most unpredictable. Is Mr Keesing unpredictable? How? Answer: Anne was perfect about her opinion on Mr Keesing as an unpredictable teacher. Initially Mr. Keesing punished Anne for her talkative nature. He was indifferent towards Anne's behaviour. However, when he read Anne's essay on the topic 'A Chatterbox', he was impressed by her arguments. He also laughed after reading it and he allowed Anne to talk in the class. Introduction : Anne & Mr. Keesing  Anne was a Jewish girl alive during WW2. Her full name was Anne Frank. She had no best friend, on whom she could confide. Therefore, she started writing a diary. Today we know that diary as diary of Anne Frank. A portion of it is also included in class-10 English book First Flight. In her diary Anne talks about many things. We get to know her views about different things and people. She talks of her bonding with her father and grandmother.  In

NCERT Solutions A Thief's Story | Class-10 Foot Prints without Feet Chapter-2

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 NCERT Solutions The Thief’s Story (Class-10  Footprints Without Feet Chapter 2) Questions & Answers (Read and Find Out) (Page 8) Question 1. Who does ‘I’ refer to in this story (the Thief's Story)? Answer: In the Thief's Story, I refers to a 15 year old boy. He is a experienced thief and changes his name every new month. This time he tells his name Hari Singh. Question 2. What is he “a fairly successful hand” at? Answer: He means Hari Singh is a fairly successful hand at stealing. Although he is only fifteen years old but he is an experienced thief. He does his job with pure attention and leave no sign of him. He even changes his name every at every new location. Hence, he robs people without being caught. Question 3. What does he get from Anil in return for his work? Answer: Hari requested Anil to keep him with himself. He suggested to coop food for Anil in return. And in return of Hari Singh’s work, Anil gives him food and a place to live in. Questions & An

NCERT Solutions The Midnight visitor (Foot Prints without Feet | Chapter-3)

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 NCERT Solutions The Midnight visitor (Foot Prints without Feet | Chapter-3) Ncert Solutions Read and Find Out (Page 14) Question 1. How is Ausable different from other secret agents? Answer: We have an image of a secret agent as a very fit guy living in an apartment at secret location. However, Ausable does not fit in this definition of a secret agent. On first appearance he is a fat man. And his room is in a gloomy and outdated hotel.  This picture did not present any romantic adventure to Fowler.  Even, Ausable was not able to speak other languages fluently. Nor he had a bunch of pretty girls who could pass him the secret messages but only a telephone to make appointments. Thus, Ausable was indeed different from other secret agents. Question 2. Who is Fowler and what is his first authentic thrill of the day? Answer: Fowler is a writer who has come to meet Ausable, a secret agent. His visit to Ausable was not adventurous initially as Ausable was unlike other secret agents

How is/was Ausable different from other secret agents? | The midnight visitor

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 Ausable in The Midnight Visitor Question.1 How is Ausable different from other secret agents? (or) 2. What great qualities made Ausable a successful secret agent? (CBSE 2013) (or) 3. How was Ausable different from other secret agents? (CBSE 2011) (or) 4. How is Ausable different from other secret agents? How does he deal with Max? (CBSE 2012) Answer: Ans (Q. 1&3) : We have an image of a secret agent as a very fit guy living in an apartment at secret location. However, Ausable does not fit in this definition of a secret agent. On first appearance he is a fat man. And his room is in a gloomy and outdated hotel.  This picture did not present any romantic adventure to Fowler.  Even, Ausable was not able to speak other languages fluently. Nor he had a bunch of pretty girls who could pass him the secret messages but only a telephone to make appointments. Thus, Ausable was indeed different from other secret agents. Ans (Q.2 What great qualities made Ausable a successful secret agent

Ten Processes of Word Formation (Processes 10) | Morphology

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 Ten Processes of Word Formation Table of contents 1. Word Formation 2. What is word formation 3. Processes of word formation Coinage Borrowing Compounding Blending Clipping Back formation Conversion Derivation Acronyms Abbreviations Word Formation : Word formation is a branch of linguistics which examines derived words in terms of their origin and functioning, their productivity and use in different styles of speech.  Word formation is an important means of supplementing or enhancing vocabulary. It helps in forming specialized terms. There are about ten processes of word formation, which we are going to discuss in this article. Word formation has traditionally been considered a branch of lexicology. Lexicology refers to the study of the form, meaning and behaviour of words.  Word formation is also considered a branch of morphology as morphemes help in forming new words. In this way, word formation is also known as derivational morphology. What is word formation? Before j

What kind of a mother Ramlal's wife was? Class-10

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 Character Sketch of Bholi's Mother (Ramlal 's wife) Que.1 Give the character sketch of Ramlal's wife. Or Que.2 Discuss the character sketch of Bholi's Mother. Or Que.3 What kind of a mother do you think Ramlal's wife was? Answer : Character Sketch of Bholi's Mother Bholi's mother was a typical age-old village woman. She had very backward thinking. She believed that girls should not be sent to school for education, otherwise no one will marry them. She never thought high of Bholi. She called her the 'dumb cow'. Bholi was never taken care of by her. She was provided with the old worn clothes of her sister. Neither she was bathed daily. Nor was her hair maintained. She was just neglected by her parents. Her parents only wanted to get rid off her. The only way was the marriage. But as she was not good looking, finding a good groom was difficult. So, they agreed to marry her with Bishamber who was of the same age as Ramlal. This decision was also in

NCERT Solutions A Question of Trust Class-10 | Foot Prints | Chapter-4

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 NCERT Solutions : A Question of Trust Class 10 Footprints Without Feet NCERT Solutions : Read and Find Out (Page 20) Que 1. What does Horace Danby like to collect? Answer: Horace Danby was a respectable man but not completely honest. He liked to collect rare and expensive books. For which he robbed a safe evry year to use that money for buying these books. Que 2. Why does he steal every year? Answer: Horace danby loved rare and expensive books. How ever he could not buy those with his current income. So every year he robbed a safe to collect money enough for rest of the year.  Que 3. Who is speaking to Horace Danby? Answer: When Horace goes to rob a safe in Shotover Grange. There he is caught by a lady, who standing in the doorway speaks to Him. The lady was young and pretty and was dressed in red. She said to Horace that she had just come in time, or else Horace would have robbed her family. Thus she pretended to be one of the members of the family living at Shotover Grange. Q

The Hack Driver Questions - Answers | Chapter-8 | Foot Prints

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NCERT Solutions Chapter-8 The Hack Driver (Foot Prints) NCERT Solutions : Read and Find Out 1 Que 1. Why is the lawyer sent to New Mullion? What does he first think about the place? Answer : The lawyer was sent to New Mullion for serving the summons on Oliver Lutkins. Oliver Lutkins was needed as a witness in a law case. The lawyer first thinks that the place must be a sweet and a simple country village. However, his expectations shatters when he reaches the actual place. Que 2. Who befriends lawyer? Where does he take him? Answer: When lawyer reaches the station, a hack driver who called himself Bill Magnuson, befriends him. That hack driver tells the lawyer that he knew Lutkins. And he would help him in finding Lutkins.  Bill takes lawyer to all the places where Lutkins is supposed to hang out. He takes him to Fritz’s shop, where Lutkins played a lot of poker; then he leads to Gustaff’s barber shop and then to Gray’s barber shop; to the poolroom and several other places before f