Maharashtra State BoardSSC (English Medium) 9th Standard
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Form pairs or groups of four. Think of the situations when you have to choose between two things. Make a list of those situations. Some of them may be minor or trivial things - English

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Form pairs or groups of four. Think of the situations when you have to choose between two things. Make a list of those situations. Some of them may be minor or trivial things - for example, what to wear when going out. Some choices may be related to important things, for example, having to decide between games and studies, whether to confront a close friend about something that he/she did, owning up to your mistakes, etc.

  1. Discuss how to decide what to choose.
  2. Write about what you feel when your decision proves right.
  3. Write about what you feel when you regret the decision.
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Solution

Situation 1 - Which Chapter to omit while studying for the examination?
Questions Answers
Discuss how to decide what to choose. This decision should be taken on the basis of how important the chapter is -its pros and cons.

Write about what you feel when your decision proves right.

I feel overwhelmed and more confident while giving the exam.

Write about what you feel when you regret the decision.

I feel crestfallen but it gives me a new desire to start up with something new.
Situation 2 - Decision on a career.
Questions Answers
Discuss how to decide what to choose. Not just better income but also whether I have the skills and experience and the desire to take up the challenge of a new job.
Write about what you feel when your decision proves right. It is a feeling of great happiness and pleasure that lifts up the spirit. I would have a more positive attitude in life.
Write about what you feel when you regret the decision. It would upset me and I would almost have a physical reaction of wanting to get away from the situation.
Concept: Reading Skill (Non-textual)
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Balbharati English Kumarbharati 9th Standard Maharashtra State Board
Chapter 3.3 The Road Not Taken
Warming Up! | Q 2 | Page 68
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