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Chapter 3: Let’s March

Warming UpEnglish Workshop
Warming Up [Pages 76 - 77]

Balbharati solutions for English Kumarbharati 10th Standard SSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 3 Let’s March Warming Up [Pages 76 - 77]

Warming Up | Q 1 | Page 76

Observe the pictures and answer.

  1. Main difference between the two images _______________________.
  2. Change required _________________________
  3. Your contribution as a student to help and make a difference to needy children ___________________.
Warming Up | Q 2.1 | Page 76

Put a ✓or ×.

A good speech delivered requires the following characteristics.

Well planned and thoughts well-organized.

  • Right

  • Wrong

Warming Up | Q 2.2 | Page 76

Put a ✓or ×.

A good speech delivered requires the following characteristics.

Delivered softly and in a low voice.

  • Right

  • Wrong

Warming Up | Q 2.3 | Page 76

Put a ✓or ×.

A good speech delivered requires the following characteristics.

Speaker needs not greet the dignitaries and audience.

  • Right

  • Wrong

Warming Up | Q 2.4 | Page 76

Put a ✓or ×.

A good speech delivered requires the following characteristics.

Language used should be suitable for the audience.

  • Right

  • Wrong

Warming Up | Q 2.5 | Page 76

Put a ✓or ×.

A good speech delivered requires the following characteristics.

The speech should be of proper duration.

  • Right

  • Wrong

Warming Up | Q 2.6 | Page 76

Put a ✓or ×.

A good speech delivered requires the following characteristics.

The speaker should be passive and have no facial expressions.

  • Right

  • Wrong

Warming Up | Q 2.7 | Page 76

Put a ✓or ×.

A good speech delivered requires the following characteristics.

The speech should be supported by good examples/episodes/ visual aids. (where possible)

  • Right

  • Wrong

Warming Up | Q 2.8 | Page 76

Put a ✓or ×.

A good speech delivered requires the following characteristics.

The speaker should switch over from one language to another.

  • Right

  • Wrong

Warming Up | Q 3 | Page 77

Read the expressions and insert them in the proper columns. Put the proper expression numbers in the right column.

Greeting/ Salutation Introduction Body of the Speech Conclusion Thanking the Audience
         
         
         
         

Expressions

(1) Imagine! After ten years, what will happen?
(2) Let me begin, today, by sharing my own experience. (3) Honourable Chief Guest ___________, eminent dignitaries, ladies, and gentlemen.
(4) I don’t understand why we accept this issue so passively.
(5) I am Adarsh Birajdar, (designation) standing before you
(6) A renowned personality (name) says “__________”
(7) Good morning, to one and all present today.
(8) I express my deep gratitude to the organisers of this event/function ________________
(9) Let me give you an example _____________
(10) Thank you all for a patient listening and your interest in my talk.
(11) You must have noticed that ______________
(12) Before I conclude, I would like you to think over the fact that __________________

Warming Up | Q 4 | Page 77

With the help of your teacher and classmates make a list of as many Indian Nobel Laureates as you can. (You can use the Internet or school library.)

Name Nobel Prize for
________________________ ________________________
________________________ ________________________
________________________ ________________________
________________________ ________________________
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English Workshop [Pages 84 - 88]

Balbharati solutions for English Kumarbharati 10th Standard SSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 3 Let’s March English Workshop [Pages 84 - 88]

English Workshop | Q 1. (a) | Page 84

Name the following.

The persons to whom Kailash Satyarthi gives the highest credit of his honour - _____________-.

English Workshop | Q 1. (b) | Page 84

Name the following.

The greatest personalities from the land of Buddha - _________________.

English Workshop | Q 1. (c) | Page 84

Name the following.

So called daughters of Kailash Satyarthi - _________.

English Workshop | Q 1. (d) | Page 84

Name the following.

The foreign activists of equal rights, mentioned in the speech - ___________.

English Workshop | Q 2 | Page 84

Mention the social issues highlighted by Kailash Satyarthi in his speech. One social issue is given to you.

(a) Child labour (b) ________________
(c) ________________ (d) ________________
(e) ________________ (f) ________________
English Workshop | Q 3 | Page 85

Complete the following diagram/chart.

English Workshop | Q 4 | Page 85

Complete the following web-chart.

English Workshop | Q 5. (a) | Page 85

Think and give your own response.

How can education help deprived children and child labourers?

English Workshop | Q 5. (b) | Page 85

Think and give your own response.

Name any other social activist who has worked/is working earnestly for child-welfare. Write about his/her activities.

English Workshop | Q 5. (c) | Page 85

Think and give your own response.

What message does the little bird’s story of the forest fire convey to us? Explain.

English Workshop | Q 5. (d) | Page 85

Think and give your own response.

Besides the political freedom that our nation enjoys, what other freedom should it strive for? Say why.

English Workshop | Q 5. (e) | Page 85

Think and give your own response.

What is your impression of the acceptance speech given by Kailash Satyarthi, when he received the Nobel Prize? Write in 3 to 4 sentences.

English Workshop | Q 6. (a) | Page 85

Choose the correct option and write in front of the given word, to convey the exact meaning.

divinity : _____________.

  • goodness

  • godliness

  • god-fearing

English Workshop | Q 6. (b) | Page 85

Choose the correct option and write in front of the given word, to convey the exact meaning.

extremist : _______________.

  • militant

  • robber

  • spy

English Workshop | Q 6. (c) | Page 85

Choose the correct option and write in front of the given word, to convey the exact meaning.

culminate : _________________.

  • destroy

  • succeed

  • rise to a peak

English Workshop | Q 6. (d) | Page 85

Choose the correct option and write in front of the given word, to convey the exact meaning.

exploitation : ______________.

  • explosion

  • misuse

  • employment

English Workshop | Q 6. (e) | Page 85

Choose the correct option and write in front of the given word, to convey the exact meaning.

mortality : ______________.

  • death

  • virtues

  • starvation

English Workshop | Q 6. (f) | Page 85

Choose the correct option and write in front of the given word, to convey the exact meaning.

dignity : ___________.

  • self-pride

  • self-support

  • self-esteem

English Workshop | Q 7. (A) (a) | Page 86

Pick out from the lesson the - Noun form of the following word.

dignified - __________.

English Workshop | Q 7. (A) (b) | Page 86

Pick out from the lesson the - Noun form of the following word.

pacify - ______________.

English Workshop | Q 7. (A) (c) | Page 86

Pick out from the lesson the - Noun form of the following word.

pursue - ___________.

English Workshop | Q 7. (A) (d) | Page 86

Pick out from the lesson the - Noun form of the following word.

ignore - ______________.

English Workshop | Q 7. (A) (e) | Page 86

Pick out from the lesson the - Noun form of the following word.

poor - ___________.

English Workshop | Q 7. (A) (f) | Page 86

Pick out from the lesson the - Noun form of the following word.

divine - _____________.

English Workshop | Q 7. (B) (a) | Page 86

Pick out from the lesson the - Verb form of - democracy - _____________.

English Workshop | Q 7. (B) (b) | Page 86

Pick out from the lesson the - Verb forms of -

global - _________________.

English Workshop | Q 7. (B) (c) | Page 86

Pick out from the lesson the - Verb forms of -

hindrance - ________________.

English Workshop | Q 7. (B) (d) | Page 86

Pick out from the lesson the - Verb forms of -

resolution - ______________.

English Workshop | Q 7. (B) (e) | Page 86

Pick out from the lesson the - Verb forms of -

liberty - _______________.

English Workshop | Q 7. (B) (f) | Page 86

Pick out from the lesson the - Verb forms of -

service - _____________________.

English Workshop | Q 8. (A) (1) | Page 86

Use the following word as a noun as well as a verb and make a meaningful sentence with the set, in your notebook.

march

English Workshop | Q 8. (A) (2) | Page 86

Use the following word as a noun as well as a verb and make a meaningful sentence with the set, in your notebook.

honour

English Workshop | Q 8. (A) (3) | Page 86

Use the following word as a noun as well as a verb and make a meaningful sentence with the set, in your notebook.

credit

English Workshop | Q 8. (A) (4) | Page 86

Use the following word as a noun as well as a verb and make a meaningful sentence with the set, in your notebook.

stitch

English Workshop | Q 8. (B) | Page 86

Write a minimum of 4 hidden words of more than 4 letters from - intergovernmental.

English Workshop | Q 8. (C) (a) | Page 86

Make a meaningful sentence by using the following phrase, in your notebook.

in the pursuit of

English Workshop | Q 8. (C) (b) | Page 86

Make a meaningful sentence by using the following phrase, in your notebook.

be afraid of

English Workshop | Q 8. (C) (c) | Page 86

Make a meaningful sentence by using the following phrase, in your notebook.

give up

English Workshop | Q 8. (D) (1) | Page 86

Pick from the lesson the antonym of

ignorance × __________________.

English Workshop | Q 8. (D) (2) | Page 86

Pick from the lesson the antonym of

immortality × __________________.

English Workshop | Q 8. (D) (3) | Page 86

Pick from the lesson the antonym of

deny × __________________.

English Workshop | Q 8. (D) (4) | Page 86

Pick from the lesson the antonym of

violence × __________________.

English Workshop | Q 8. (D) (5) | Page 86

Pick from the lesson the antonym of

well- known × __________________.

English Workshop | Q 8. (D) (6) | Page 86

Pick from the lesson the antonym of

slavery × __________________.

English Workshop | Q 9. (A) (a) | Page 86

What will you do in the following situation?

If you see a child working in a restaurant.

English Workshop | Q 9. (A) (b) | Page 86

What will you do in the following situation?

If you find a child working at a construction site.

English Workshop | Q 9. (A) (c) | Page 86

What will you do in the following situation?

If you find a child working at a brickwork site.

English Workshop | Q 9. (A) (d) | Page 86

What will you do in the following situation?

If you come across a beggar child.

English Workshop | Q 9. (B) | Page 86

Write any 2 efforts that you can make to enroll deprived children/ out of school children into a school. One is given to you.

(a) I will persuade parents of such children to send them to school.

(b) _________________________________________________

(c) _________________________________________________

English Workshop | Q 10. (B) (1) | Page 87

Say whether the following sentence is Assertive (Statements), Imperative (Commands, Requests, etc.), Interrogative (Questions), or Exclamatory (Exclamations).

The Mantra carries a prayer.

  • Assertive sentence

  • Interrogative sentence

  • Imperative sentence

  • Exclamatory sentence

English Workshop | Q 10. (B) (2) | Page 87

Say whether the following sentence is Assertive (Statements), Imperative (Commands, Requests, etc.), Interrogative (Questions), or Exclamatory (Exclamations).

Is the world so poor?

  • Assertive sentence

  • Interrogative sentence

  • Imperative sentence

  • Exclamatory sentence

English Workshop | Q 10. (B) (3) | Page 87

Say whether the following sentence is Assertive (Statements), Imperative (Commands, Requests, etc.), Interrogative (Questions), or Exclamatory (Exclamations).

Kill not your children because of poverty.

  • Assertive sentence

  • Interrogative sentence

  • Imperative sentence

  • Exclamatory sentence

English Workshop | Q 10. (B) (4) | Page 87

Say whether the following sentence is Assertive (Statements), Imperative (Commands, Requests, etc.), Interrogative (Questions), or Exclamatory (Exclamations).

Let's walk together.

  • Assertive sentence

  • Interrogative sentence

  • Imperative sentence

  • Exclamatory sentence

English Workshop | Q 10. (B) (5) | Page 87

Say whether the following sentence is Assertive (Statements), Imperative (Commands, Requests, etc.), Interrogative (Questions), or Exclamatory (Exclamations).

What can one person do?

  • Assertive sentence

  • Interrogative sentence

  • Imperative sentence

  • Exclamatory sentence

English Workshop | Q 10. (B) (6) | Page 87

Say whether the following sentence is Assertive (Statements), Imperative (Commands, Requests, etc.), Interrogative (Questions), or Exclamatory (Exclamations).

We have made progress.

  • Assertive sentence

  • Interrogative sentence

  • Imperative sentence

  • Exclamatory sentence

English Workshop | Q 10. (B) (7) | Page 87

Say whether the following sentence is Assertive (Statements), Imperative (Commands, Requests, etc.), Interrogative (Questions), or Exclamatory (Exclamations).

How utterly we have failed our children!

  • Assertive sentence

  • Interrogative sentence

  • Imperative sentence

  • Exclamatory sentence

English Workshop | Q 10. (B) (8) | Page 87

Say whether the following sentence is Assertive (Statements), Imperative (Commands, Requests, etc.), Interrogative (Questions), or Exclamatory (Exclamations).

What a big challenge it is!

  • Assertive sentence

  • Interrogative sentence

  • Imperative sentence

  • Exclamatory sentence

English Workshop | Q 10. (C) (1) | Page 87

Rewrite the following sentence as Assertive (statement).

Why didn't you come earlier?

English Workshop | Q 10. (C) (2) | Page 84

Rewrite the following sentence as Assertive (statement).

How frightened their eyes look!

English Workshop | Q 10. (C) (3) | Page 87

Rewrite the following sentence as Assertive (statement).

How angry it makes me!

English Workshop | Q 10. (C) (4) | Page 87

Rewrite the following sentence as Assertive (statement).

Should I accept such shackles of slavery?

English Workshop | Q 10. (C) (5) | Page 87

Rewrite the following sentence as Assertive (statement).

What can one person do?

English Workshop | Q 11. (A) | Page 87

Observe the following underlined phrases. Here ‘have /has’ are followed by the past participle form of the verb. This construction indicates the present perfect tense. Find more such sentences from the text.

(1) We have made progress in the last couple of decades.

(2) We have prevented millions of child deaths.

(3) It has happened.

(4) _________________________

(5) _________________________

English Workshop | Q 11. (B) | Page 87

In the following sentences, the underlined words are called infinitives. Find such examples from the speech and underline the infinitives.

(1) Every child is free to grow.

(2) I refuse to accept that all the laws and constitutions, police, and judges are unable to protect our children.

(3) ______________________________________

(4) ______________________________________

(5) ______________________________________

English Workshop | Q 11. (C) (a) | Page 88

Complete the following sentences with the help of the sentence given below.

The biggest challenge knocking on the doors of humankind is fear and intolerance.

  1. No other challenge knocking ___________________ as big as _____________________________.
  2. Fear and intolerance are bigger ___________________.
English Workshop | Q 11. (C) (b) | Page 88

Complete the following sentences with the help of the sentence given below

The Nobel Prize is one of the greatest honours in the world.

(i) Very few honours __________________

(ii) The Nobel Prize is greater than ____________________

English Workshop | Q 12. (A) | Page 88

Match the sentences given in part ‘A’ with the sentences given in part ‘B’. Note the differences in structure.

‘A’ Part ‘B’ Part
(1) He was kidnapped by an extremist militia. (a) They forced the child to kill his friends and family.
(2) The child was forced to kill his friends and family. (b) We can do this.
(3) This can be done by us. (c) An extremist militia kidnapped him
English Workshop | Q 12. (1) | Page 88

You might have observed that - The sentence in Part A is in the passive voice while the sentence in Part B is in the active voice. Now change the following sentence into the passive voice.

We can do it.

English Workshop | Q 12. (2) | Page 88

You might have observed that - The sentence in Part A is in the passive voice while the sentence in Part B is in the active voice. Now change the following sentence into the passive voice.

Her angry question still shakes me

English Workshop | Q 12. (3) | Page 88

You might have observed that - The sentence in Part A is in the passive voice while the sentence in Part B is in the active voice. Now change the following sentence into the passive voice.

Governments must make child-friendly policies.

English Workshop | Q 12. (4) | Page 88

You might have observed that - The sentence in Part A is in the passive voice while the sentence in Part B is in the active voice. Now change the following sentence into the passive voice.

His answer made me angry.

English Workshop | Q 13 | Page 88

Imagine your school invites Malala to preside over the ‘Children’s Day’ celebration program. Draft a welcome speech for this guest of honour. Gather information about her from the Internet or your school library. While drafting a speech the following points should be kept in mind.

(1) Greeting and salutation

(2) Self-introduction and introduction of the topic

(3) A catchy thought/piece of news/short episode, to start with

(4) Body of the speech supported with related examples and episodes

(5) Conclusion

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Chapter 3: Let’s March

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