Read the Following Extract Carefully and Convert It into a Dialogue Between Daisy and Lark. You May Begin With: 'Daisy: Why Are You Singing So Sadly, Little Bird?' on the Followi - English

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Read the following extract carefully and convert it into a dialogue between Daisy and Lark.

You may begin with: 'Daisy: Why are you singing so sadly, little bird?'

On the following morning, when the flower once more stretched forth its tender petals, like little arms, towards the air and light, the daisy recognised the bird's voice, but what it sang sounded so sad. Indeed the poor bird had good reason to be sad, for it had been caught and put into a cage close by the open window. It sang of the happy days when it could merrily fly about, of fresh green corn in the field, and of the time when it could soar almost up to the clouds. The poor lark was most unhappy as a prisoner in a cage. The little daisy would have liked so much to help it, but what could be done? Indeed, that was very difficult for such a small flower to find out. It entirely forgot how beautiful everything around it was, how warmly the sun was shining, and how splendidly white its petals were. It could only think of the poor captive bird, for which it could do nothing. Then two little boys came out of the garden; one of them had a large sharp knife, like that with which the girl had cut the tulips. They came straight towards the little daisy, which could not understand what they wanted.

"Here is a fine piece of turf for the lark," said one of the boys, and began to cut out a square round the daisy, so that it remained in the centre of the grass.

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Concept: Dialogue Writing
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2013-2014 (October) Set 2

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Read the following extract and convert it into a dialogue between Daisy and the Lark in about I 20 words :

[You may begin with Lark: I have no water ....... ]
"I have no water," said the captive lark, "they have all gone out, and forgotten to give me anything to drink. My throat is dry and burning. I feel as ifI had fire and ice within me and the air is so oppressive. Alas! I must die, and part with the warm sunshine, the fresh green meadows, and all the beauty that God has created." And it thrust its beak into the piece of grass, to refresh itself a little. Then it noticed the little daisy, and nodded to it, and kissed it with its beak and said : "You must also fade in here, poor little flower. You and the piece of grass are all they have given me in exchange for the whole world, which I enjoyed outside. Each little blade of grass shall be a green tree for me, each of your white petals a fragrant flower. Alas! you only remind me of what I have lost."
"I wish I could console the poor lark", thought the daisy. It could not move one of its leaves, but the fragrance of its delicate petals streamed forth, and was much stronger than such flowers usually have : the bird noticed it, although it was dying with thirst and in its pain tore up the green blades of grass, but did not touch the flower.


Read the following extract and convert it into a dialogue between Charles and Oliver in  about 120 words
[You may begin with: Charles: Hi Orlando! I am a famous wrestler ..... ]

   Frederick had a very famous wrestler, called Charles, in his court. He was champion of the country and had fought many brave and strong young men. Now, Orlando was a fine wrestler, too, and decided to try his strength against Charles. Charles came to see Oliver about this, asking him to persuade Orlando to give up his idea.
   'I am a professional wrestler, sir,' Charles explained to Oliver, 'and I must always fight to win, in order to keep my reputation. Anyone who fights me runs the risk of being badly hurt, Please warn your younger brother, and persuade him to change his mind.
   But the wicked Oliver thought this was a good opportunity to get rid of Orlando, so he told Charles all kinds of lies about the young man. lie pretended that Orlando was bad and ungrateful, and deserved any punishment which Charles could give him. I would rather you broke his neck than his finger,' Oliver said, 'and you have my permission to do. what you like with the boy.'
So Charles promised to do his best to kill Orlando. 'If he comes to the fight tomorrow, I'll give him his payment,' Charles said. 'If he can walk away after I have finished with him, never wrestle again.'


Read the following extract and convert it into a dialogue between Mrs Green and the mother in about 120 words :
[You may begin with: Mrs Green: May I come in .... ]
"May I come in?" asked the pink lady.
"Please come in," said my mother. "Do sit down. Do
you require a room'?"
"Not today, thank you. I'm staying with Padre Dutt.
He insisted on putting me up. But I may want a room for a day or two -.lust for old time's sake."
"You've stayed here before."
"A long time ago. I'm Mrs Green, you know. The missing Mrs Green. The one for whom you put up that handsome tombstone in the cemetery. I was very touched by it. And I'm glad you didn't add 'Beloved Wife of Henry t'reen', because I didn't love him any more than he loved me."
"Then - then you aren't the skeleton?" stammered my mother.
"Do I look like a skeleton?"
"No!" we said together ..
"But we heard you disappeared." I said, "and when we found
that skeleton"
"You put two and two together."
"Well, it was Miss Kellner who convinced us," said my mother. "And you did disappear mysteriously. You were missing for years. And everyone knew Mr Green was a philanderer"
"Couldn't wait to get away from him," said the pink lady. "Couldn't stand him anymore. Ile was a lady-killer, but not a real killer.'
"But your father came looking for you. Didn't you get in touch with him'"'
"My father and I were never very close. Mother died when I was very young, and the only relative I had was a cousin in West Africa. So that's where I went- Sierra Leone!"
"How romantic!" said my mother.


Read the following extract and convert it into a dialogue in about 120 words :

[You may begin with: Herman: Roma, let's come here ..... ]

We piled back into Siq's car, Roma and I sharing the backseat. As European Jews who had survived the war, we were aware that much had been l.eft unsaid between us. She broached the subject, ''Where were you during the war?'' She aked softly.
'The camps,' I said, the terrible memories still vivid, the
irreparable loss I had tried to forget. But you can never forget.
She nodded. ''My family was hiding on a farm in Germany,
not far from Berlin,'' she told me. ''My father knew a priest, and he got us Aryan papers.''
I imagined how she 1nust have suffered too, fear, a constant
companion. And yet here we were both survivors, in a new world.
''There was a carmp next to the farm,'' Roma continued. ''I
saw a boy there and I would throw him apples every day.''
What an amazing coincidence that she had helped some
other boy. ''What did he look like?'' I asked. ''He was tall, skinny, and hungry. I must have seen him eve1y day for six months''.
My heart was racing. I couldn't believe it. This couldn't be.
''Did he tell you one day not to come back because he was leaving Schlieben?''
Roma. looked at me in amazement. ''Yes!''
''That was me!''
I was ready to burst with joy and awe, flooded with emotions.
I couldn't believe it! My angel!
''I'm not letting you go." I said to Roma. And in the back of
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Read the following extract and convert it into a dialogue between Herman and Roma in about 120 words :
[You may begin with : Herman : You inust have suffered too, fear a constant companion ....... ]

I imagined how she must have suffered too, fear, a constant
companion. And yet here we were both survivors, in a new world.
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saw a boy there and I would throw him apples everyday.'
What an amazing coincidence that she had helped some
other boy. ''What did he look like'?'' I asked.
''He was tall, skinny, and hungry. I must have seen him every
day for six months.''
My heart was racing. I couldn't believe it. '"This couldn't be.
''Did he tell you one day not to come back because he was leaving Schlieben'?''I
Roma looked at me in amazement, ''Yes!'' .
''That was me!''
I was ready to burst with joy and awe, flooded with emotions. 
I couldn't believe it! My angel.
''l'm not letting you go.'' I said to Roma. And in the back of
the car on that blind date, I proposed to her. I didn't want to wait.
''You're crazy!'' She said. But she invited me to meet her
parents for Shabbat dinner the following week. There was so much I looked forward to learning about Roma, but the most important things I always knew: her steadfastness, her goodness. For many months in the worst of circumstances, she had come to the fence and given me hope. Now that I'd found her again, I could never let her go.
That day, she said 'Yes'. And I kept my word. After nearly 50 years of marriage, two children and three grandchildren I have never let her go.


Read the following extract and convert it into a dialogue between Rosalind and Celia in about 120 words :

[You may begin with: Rosalind: There are many thieves ..... ]

        The two girls made their plans. There were many thieves on the roads in those days, and it was dangerous for rich and beautiful young women to travel alone. So they stained their faces with a brown juice to make them look sunburned, and wore simple country clothes. Rosalind, who was much taller than Celia, dressed as a young man and took the name of Ganymede. Celia decided to call herself Aliena. They took with them a kind old servant called Touchstone, who served as Court jester, or ''Fool'', to Duke Frederick. (A Jester's duty was to keep the court amused with merry jokes and songs, and to make his master laugh when he felt sad or dull.) 
        Touchstone had always been very fond of Celia, and he gladly agreed to accompany her and Rosalind into the Forest of Arden. He still wore his Jester's clothes of red and black, with little bells hanging from his cap; and he was a great comfort to the two lonely girls, making them laugh with his merry jokes, and cheering them when they were tired or frightened.
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Read the following extract and convert it into a dialogue between Oliver and Rosalind in about 120 words:
[You may begin with : Oliver: I had searched for Orlando ..... ]

Oliver told them his story. He had searched for Orlando everywhere in the forest, he said, and at last, tired and hungry, he had fallen asleep under a tree. On his way from Rosalind's cottage, Orlando had seen his brother lying asleep. A big snake had curled round Oliver's neck and was just going to bite him when it saw. Orlando and slipped away into a bush. And then Orlando saw that a hungry lion was waiting under the same bush, ready to kill Oliver as soon as he woke up.

Orlando thought of all his brother's unkindness to him in the past. Why should he risk his own life to save this brother who had always been cruel to him? Twice he turned away to leave Oliver, but he had a kind and noble heart and at last, decided that he could not leave his brother to die. So he fought the lion. The fierce animal tore and bit his arm, but he managed to kill it. Oliver wakened by the noise of the fight, saw that Orlando was risking his own life to save him. He was filled with shame at all his past unkindness to his young brother, and he begged Orlando to forgive him.

Orlando took his brother to the Duke, who gave him food and clothes. Orlando said nothing about the wound the lion had given him, but it had been bleeding all the time and suddenly he fell to the ground and fainted from loss of blood. As soon as he recovered consciousness, Orlando begged Oliver to go to Ganymede and Aliena. 'Show them this blood-stained handkerchief,' he said, 'and explain to them why I have broken my promise to be with them at two o'clock'.


Read the following extract and convert it into a dialogue between ORlando and the Duke Senior in about 8 to 10 sentences:

[You may begin with:  Orlando: Stop and eat no more! ]

The duke senior and his followers were sitting down to a meal one day when Orlando rushed out from among the trees, his sword in his hand. ‘stop, and eat no more !’ he cried
The duke and his friend asked him what he wanted. ‘food,’ said Orlando. ‘I am almost dying of hunger.’
    They asked him to sit down and eat, but he would not do so. He told them that his old servant was in the wood, dying of hunger. ‘I will not eat a bite until he has been fed,’ Orlando said.
  So the good duke and his followers helped him to bring Adrian to their hiding-place, and Orlando and the old man were fed and taken care of. When the duke learned that Orlando was a son of his old friend Sir Manuel de Roys, he welcomed him gladly to his forest court.
Orlando lived happily with the duke and his friends, but he had not forgotten the lovely Rosalind. She was always in his thoughts and everyday he wrote poetry about her, pinning it on the trees in the forest. ‘These trees shall be my books,’ he said, ‘so that everyone who looks in the forest will be able to read how sweet and good Rosalind is.’


Read the following extract and convert it into a dialogue between Roma and Herman, the narrator in about 8 to 10 sentences:
[You may begin with: (After dinner by the shore at Coney Island Roma and Herman started back by Sid's car.)
Roma: Where were you during the war, Herman?]

      The four of us drove out to Coney Island. Roma was easy to talk to, easy to be with. Turned out she was wary of blind dates too! We were both just doing our friends a favor. We took a stroll on the boardwalk, enjoying the salty Atlantic breeze, and then had dinner by the shore. I couldn't remember having a better time.

          We piled back into Sid's car, Roma and I sharing the backseat. As European Jews who had survived the war, we were aware that much had been left unsaid between us. She broached the subject. "Where were you during the war?'' she asked softly.
    'The camps,' I said, the terrible memories still vivid, the irreparable loss. I had tried to forget. But you can never forget.
   She nodded. "My family was hiding on a farm in Germany,
not far from Berlin," she told me. "My father knew a priest, and
he got us Aryan papers."
   I imagined how she must have suffered too, tear, a constant
companion. And yet here we were both survivors, in a new world.
  "There was a camp next' to the farm." Roma continued, "I
saw a boy there and I would throw him apples every day".


George : (contemptuously) I wasn’t afraid of the bulldog.
Tom : No, maybe you weren’t; but I’m not sure that the savage beast hasn’t torn off a bit of young Alfie’s suit, and if he has there won’t half be a row! (Alfie fidgets nervously at the mention of his damaged suit)
Tom : (down R.C.) How much money have we collected?
Ginger : (crossing C. to George) let’s have a look under the light.
(after counting coppers, with the aid of George’s torch) Eight pence half penny.
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George: I told you it was too early for carol‐singing. It’s too soon after Guy Fawke’s day.
(Faint distant scream off R.)
Tom : (startled) What was that?
George: What was what?
Tom : That noise – it sounded like a scream.
George: Nonsense.
Alfie : (L) Let’s go home.
George: You chaps do get scared easily. It wouldn’t do for you to be in the club that Bert Williams and I are running. We go out looking for adventures like this.
Ginger: Club? I thought it was a gang.
George: Gangs are getting too common. We have turned ours into a club – “The Do and Dare Club” we call it and no one in it must ever show a sign of fear.
Tom : I shouldn’t think you’d have many members. Why, everybody’s afraid of something – if it’s not one thing, it’s bound to be another.
George: (in a very superior tone) Ours isn’t a club for kids; it’s for daring young fellows keen on adventure. 
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Convert the extract into a short continuous write‐up in about 120 words. You may begin with: ”George wasn’t afraid of the bull‐dog....” 

Read the following extract and convert it into a dialogue between Daisy and the captive lark in about 8 to 10 sentences : 

[ you may begia with : Lark : Oh! how painful it is to be in the cage ! ] 
         And  so the daisy stayed, and was brought into the lark cage. The poor. bird was lamenting its lost liberty, and beating its wings against the wires; and the little daisy could not speak or utter a consoling word, much as it would have liked to do so. So the forenoon passed.
   "I have no water," said the captive lark, "they have all gone out, and forgotten to give me anything to drink. My throat is dry  and burning. I feel as if I had fire and ice within me and the air is so oppressive. Alas! I must die, and part with the warm sunshine, the fresh green meadows, and all the beauty that God has created." And it thrust its beak into the piece of grass, to refresh itself a little. Then it noticed the little daisy, and nodded to it,'and kissed it with It.s beak and said , "You must also fade in here, poor little flower. You and the piece of grass are all they have given me in exchange for the whole world, which I enjoyed outside. Each little blade of grass shall be a green tree for me, each of your white petals a fragrant flower. Alas! You only remind me of what I have lost." .
('I wish I could console the poor lark," thought the daisy. It could not move one of its leaves, but the fragrance of its delicate petals streamed forth, and was much stronger than such flowers usually have


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[You may begin with: The first boy: ''Oh look! Here's a fine piece of..........."]

"Here is a fine piece of turf for the lark," said one of the boys, and began to cut out a square round the daisy, so that it remained in the centre of the grass.

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"I have no water", said the captive lark," they have all gone out and forgotten to give me anything to drink. My throat is dry and burning. I feel as if I had fire and ice within me and the air is so oppressive. Alas! I must die. and part with the warm sunshine, the fresh green meadows. and all the beauty that God has created."And it thrust its beak into the piece of grass, to refresh itself a little.


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Group Discussion:

You along with your friends Sujit, Rohit and Kishore discuss their likes and dislikes. But all are fascinated with the reading habit. Write a short group discussion in the form of dialogue telling the importance of reading for enhancing knowledge.


Write a dialogue between Ganesh and Mahesh having three meaningful exchanges on “The Benefits of Morning Walk.”


Prepare a dialogue from the jumbled sentences:

  1. I selected a Punjabi folk song.
  2. Have you participated in any cultural event?
  3. Which song did you select?
  4. Yes, I have participated in a group dance event.

Complete the dialogue:

Mohan: Do you like to watch movies?

Sohan: __________________

Mohan: Which is your favourite movie?

Sohan: __________________


Complete the dialogue:

Anil : Which is your favourite book?
Sunil: ____________
Anil: What type of book is it?
Sunil: ____________

Rama, Asif, Rachana and Aarav are participating in a group discussion. The evaluator has given them a topic. ‘Teenagers are more inclined towards junk food nowadays.’ Write suitable dialogues for each participant, giving his/her opinion on the topic.

Evaluator: You’ve all been given a few minutes to think about your topic for today’s group discussion, which is ‘Teenagers are more inclined towards junk food’. You may now begin the discussion. Who would like to start?
Rama: ________________________.
Asif: ________________________.
Aarav: ________________________.
Rachana: ________________________.
Evaluator: Please conclude.
Aarav: ________________________.

Write a dialogue between Ram and Shyam on the given theme (minimum three meaningful exchanges).

“Importance of education”


Group Discussion:

You, along with your friends Sujit, Rohit and Kishore discuss their likes and dislikes. But all are fascinated with the reading habit. Write a short group discussion in the form of dialogue telling the importance of reading for enhancing knowledge.


Write a dialogue between Ram and Shyam on the given theme (minimum three meaningful exchanges).

‘Importance of education'


Group Discussion:

You along with your friends Sujit, Rohit and Kishore discussing their likes and dislikes. But all are fascinated with the reading habit. Write a short group discussion in the form of dialogue telling the importance of reading for enhancing knowledge.


Dialogue Writing: 

Draft an imaginary dialogue between a scientist and Ritesh/Ruta about the importance of developing a scientific
attitude. You can use the following points:

  • Helps to fight against social evils.
  • Develops rational and logical thinking.
  • Helps to understand the latest technology.
  • For the betterment of humanity.
  • Strengthens economy.

Complete the dialogue.

Anil: Which is your favourite book?
Sunil: ______
Anil: What type of book is it?
Sunil: ______

Dialogue writing.

Attempt the following with the help of the advertisement given below: 

With the help of the advertisement given, write a dialogue between you and your friend on how you enjoyed your visit to the exhibition.

GRAND ARTS AND CRAFT COMPETITION

  • Come one and all,
  • Painting, photography, artefacts
  • Stalls depicting arts from
  • Various states of India
  • Traditional wear
  • Folk Dances
  • Food stalls.

 

Venue- SCZCC, Nagpur

Dates:- December 25th to 5th Jan.

Time:- 9.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m.
 Parking and Entrance free. 


Attempt the following with the help of the advertisement given below: 

With the help of the advertisement given, write a dialogue between you and your friend on how you enjoyed your visit to the exhibition

GRAND ARTS AND CRAFT COMPETITION

  • Come one and all,
  • Painting, photography, artefacts
  • Stalls depicting arts from
  • Various states of India
  • Traditional wear
  • Folk Dances
  • Food stalls.

 

Venue

- SCZCC, Nagpur
Dates:
- December 25th to 5th Jan.
Time:
- 9.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m.
 Parking and Entrance free 


Write a dialogue between Ram and Shyam on the given theme (minimum three meaningful exchanges).

‘Importance of education’


Group Discussion:

You along with your friends Sujit, Rohit and Kishore discussing their likes and dislikes. But all are fascinated with the reading habit. Write a short group discussion in the form of dialogue telling the importance of reading for enhancing knowledge.


Write a dialogue between Ram and Shyam on the given theme (minimum three meaningful exchanges).

'Importance of education’


Group Discussion:

You along with your friends Sujit, Rohit and Kishore discussing their likes and dislikes. But all are fascinated with the reading habit. Write a short group discussion in the form of dialogue telling the importance of reading for enhancing knowledge.


Complete the dialogue:

Anil: Which is your favourite book?
Sunil: ______________________________
Anil: What type of book is it?
Sunil: ______________________________

Group Discussion:

You along with your friends Sujit, Rohit and Kishore discussing their likes and dislikes. But all are fascinated with the reading habit. Write a short group discussion in the form of dialogue telling the importance of reading for enhancing knowledge.


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