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Character Sketch of Mr. Loisel (The Necklace)

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 Character Sketch of Mr. Loisel (Monsieur Loisel) Introduction : Monsieur Loisel : Monsieur Loisel is a character in the story The Necklace written by Guy De Maupassant. The Necklace is a story of Loisel couples who are not much well off. In the story Loisel couples has to suffer a lot after mrs. Loisel gets lost an expensive necklace, which they borrowed for a night. Character Sketch of Monsieur Loisel : Mr. Loisel is a simple hardworking man, who works as a clerk. He lives a simple life with limited means. But he does not complain about it. Mr. Loisel loves his wife and does everything to make her happy. However, his wife Matilda is not content with her life. She wants to live a life with extravagance and luxury. When mr. Loisel gets an invitation to a ball with his wife, his wife wants a costly necklace. He suggests she should borrow a necklace from her rich friend, Madame Forestier. When Matilda loses her necklace, he puts his hard-earned savings to buy a new necklace and

Character Sketch of Matilda in The Necklace Class-10

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 Character Sketch of Matilda Loisel : The Necklace Class-10 Q. Give the character Sketch of Matilda in 100 words. Or Q. Sketch the character of Matilda. Answer : Matilda was a beautiful young lady. She was married to a poor clerk. She always wanted to live a life like rich people; full of luxuries. But, she felt sorry about her economic and social status. Matilda was a tactful lady. She convinced her husband to buy her a new dress for a party. And also she borrowed a necklace for a day.   But, she lost that necklace  and this lead to extreme suffering and sorrow for Matilda and her husband. They had to live in poverty for almost ten years. Related post : Anne says teachers are most unpredictable. Is Mr. Keesing unpredictable? How? Matilda was of a showy nature. She aspired to look rich. She shew-off things that she didn't had. She loved the luxurious lives of rich women. And this envy of her presents detrimental consequences before her. Related post : Character Sketch of Matil

5 Characteristics of Lencho | Lencho's Character Sketch In Points

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 Character Sketch of Lencho (In Points) | 5 Characteristics of Lencho Q. Write 5 characteristics of Lencho's character. Answer - 5 characteristics of Lencho's Character are here: A simple and innocent and hardworking farmer. He had unparalleled faith in God. He lived life with limited means. He disliked corruption. Believed that God can see everything and God always helps the needy. Lencho character sketch in points : A small simple and innocent person. A hardworking farmer. Had immense faith in God. Living life with limited means. He disliked corruption. Believed that God can see everything. Believed that God always helps the needy. Lencho was an optimist. He did not lose hope despite multiple hardships. Related Links Bholi Bholi's teacher A letter to God Lencho The Necklace Matilda Anne Frank Amanda Q1. What are the good qualities of Lencho? Answer- Lencho had many good attributes, which are as fol

Do you think Mr. Keesing was a Strict Teacher?

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Que. Do you think Mr. Keesing was a strict teacher? Or Que. What kind of a teacher do you think Mr. Keesing was? Or Que. Do you think Mr. Keesing was a good teacher. Elaborate. Introduction : Mr. Keesing : Mr. Keesing was the teacher of Anne Frank. We know this through the diary of Anne Frank, which she maintains during her teenage. She has talked about her teacher Mr. Keesing in length in that diary. In that diary she portrays Mr. Keesing as a strict teacher, who used to punish her for her talkative nature. Now let's have a look at Mr. Keesing's nature in detail and explore was he really a strict teacher: Answer: Mr. Keesing was the teacher of Anne Frank. He was a strict teacher, however, he was not rigidly strict. He was a typical traditional teacher who expected discipline and silence in his class while he teaches.  As Anne talked very much in the class, he punished her by asking her to write an essay on the topic ‘A Chatterbox’. However, when Anne wrote a convincing

Anne Frank Class-10 Questions-Answers | First Flight | Chapter-4

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 From the diary of Anne Frank (Class-10) All Questions and Answers 1.  Do you keep a diary? Given below under ‘A’ are some terms we use to describe a written record of personal experience. Can you match them with their descriptions under ‘B’? (You may look up the terms in a dictionary if you wish.) A B (i) journal A book with a separate space or page for each day, in which you write down your thoughts and feelings or what has happened on that day (ii) diary A full record of a journey, a period of time, or an event, written every day. (iii) log A record of a person’s own life and experiences (usually, a famous person) (iv) memoir (s) A written record of events with times and dates, usually official Answer: A B (i) journal A full record of a journey, a period of time, or an event, written every day. (ii) diary A book with a separate space or page for each day, in which you write down your thoughts and feeling

Amanda Chapter all Questions & Answers (Class-10)

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 Amanda Chapter all questions and answers NCERT Solutions: Thinking about the Poem (Page 62) Que 1:  How old do you think Amanda is? How do you know this? ANSWER : Amanda is a school going girl, she must be around 10-11 years old. The things that she is scolded for by her mother are all typical instructions given to a 10-11 year old girl. Que 2:  Who do you think is speaking to her (Amanda)? ANSWER : Based on the conversation between Amanda and the other person, it is fair to assume that she is speaking to her mother. Que 3:  Why are Stanzas 2, 4 and 6 given in parenthesis? ANSWER : Stanzas 2, 4 and 6 are the thoughts of a child in between the instructions that she is given by her mother, so these thoughts were given in parenthesis because her mother's instructions were given in stanzas 1, 3 and 5. The scolding by the mother and the child’s thoughts are placed in alternate stanzas by the poet. Que 4:   Who is the speaker in stanzas 2, 4 and 6? Do you think this speaker is

NCERT Solutions: Class-10 English Chapter-1 Questions and Answers

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 Class-10 English Chapter-1 Questions and Answers (NCERT Solutions) NCERT SOLUTIONS: Oral Comprehension Check (Page: 05) 1. What did Lencho hope for? Answer:  Lencho hoped for the rain to come as the only thing that his field of ripe corn needed was a good rain. Even a small shower would have been enough. 2. Why did Lencho say the raindrops were like ‘new coins’? Answer:  Lencho had worked quite hard. Now his crops were ready for harvest. A good shower would have resulted into a better harvest, consequently more prosperity. Hence, Lencho compared these raindrops with new coins. 3. How did the rain change? What happened to Lencho’s fields? Answer:  The rain was pouring down and Lencho was very happy. He even compared these raindrops with new coins. But suddenly, a strong wind began to blow. It was a hailstorm. Very large hailstones began to fall along with the rain. When the hailstorm was over, it left a trail of destruction. All the crop in Lencho's fields was destroyed.