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Complete the following web diagram.

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Concept: Writing Skill

If you see someone lonely or sad you will – 

  1. _______________________
  2. _______________________
  3. _______________________
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Chapter: [0.03] Section Three (Writing Skill)
Concept: Writing Skill

Jo’s decision to make friends with the lonely boy next door proves to be a good one. Elaborate. You may begin with 'Jo was a bold, friendly and warm person...'

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Chapter: [0.03] Section Three (Writing Skill)
Concept: Writing Skill

Bring out the contrast between the two houses with the help of the following points.

House of March House of Laurence
1. Old, brown house a. ___________________
2. ___________________ b. Well kept grounds
3. Children played all around. c. ___________________
4. ___________________ d. No motherly face smiled at the windows.
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Concept: Writing Skill

The traits of the characters you meet in the extract are jumbled. Sort them out and write them in the appropriate columns.

(Shy, bold, gruff, friendly, withdrawn, perceptive, empathetic, playful, lonely, happy, gentlemanly, frank, mature, dull, sharp, adventurous.)

Jo Laurie Grandpa
     
     
     
     
     
     
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Concept: Writing Skill

Find proverbs, maxims, and Idioms related to ‘friendship’.

(a) For example Birds of a feather flock together.
(b) _________________________
(c) _________________________
(d) _________________________
(e) _________________________

[0.05] Grammar
Chapter: [0.05] Grammar
Concept: Grammar

The extract deals with the atmosphere of two homes. Collect the words associated with - Home.

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Concept: Writing Skill

The extract deals with the atmosphere of two homes. Collect the words associated with - Library.

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Chapter: [0.03] Section Three (Writing Skill)
Concept: Writing Skill

The extract deals with the atmosphere of two homes. Collect the words associated with - Garden.

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Chapter: [0.03] Section Three (Writing Skill)
Concept: Writing Skill

Change into indirect speech.

“Do you like your school?” asked the boy.
“Don’t go to school; I’m a businessman- girl, I mean”, answered Jo.

[0.05] Grammar
Chapter: [0.05] Grammar
Concept: Grammar

Change into indirect speech.

“I’m not afraid of anything, “returned Jo, with a toss of the head.
“I don’t believe you are!” exclaimed the boy.

[0.05] Grammar
Chapter: [0.05] Grammar
Concept: Grammar

Change into indirect speech.

Jo flourished her broom as she called out… “How do you do? Are you sick?”

Laurie opened the window and croaked out as hoarsely as a raven……

“Better, thank you. I’ve had a bad cold and been shut up a week.

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Chapter: [0.05] Grammar
Concept: Grammar

Change into indirect speech.

“The pretty one is Meg and the curly-haired is Amy, I believe?” – Laurie
“How did you find that out?” – Jo

[0.05] Grammar
Chapter: [0.05] Grammar
Concept: Grammar

Narrate in 100 words an incident, that illustrates the way a friend of yours ‘made you feel happy and accepted’, at some point in your life.

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Chapter: [0.03] Section Three (Writing Skill)
Concept: Writing Skill

Give reasons, for us being reluctant to make friends with some strangers, but being comfortable with some, even after meeting them for the first time.

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Chapter: [0.03] Section Three (Writing Skill)
Concept: Writing Skill

Are friends different from neighbors? Are you friends with your neighbors? Give examples and write.

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Concept: Writing Skill

Make a note in your exercise book about how people amused themselves in earlier times, without TV, internet, or social media for entertainment.

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Concept: Writing Skill

Use your imagination and extend the story in about 100 to 150 words.

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Concept: Writing Skill

If you are social, like to meet new people, can empathise and connect with people easily, make a list of careers available to you, and write in brief about them.

For example: Human Resource Development or HRD.

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Chapter: [0.03] Section Three (Writing Skill)
Concept: Writing Skill

There are certain prerequisites for Mountaineering. With reference to the following points, develop a short dialogue between you and your friend about mountaineering.

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Chapter: [0.03] Section Three (Writing Skill)
Concept: Writing Skill
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