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Balbharati solutions for English - My English Coursebook 10th Standard SSC Maharashtra State Board chapter 5 - Joan of Arc [Latest edition]

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Chapter 5: Joan of Arc

Warming up!English WorkshopLanguage Study
Warming up! [Page 155]

Balbharati solutions for English - My English Coursebook 10th Standard SSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 5 Joan of Arc Warming up! [Page 155]

Chit-Chat

Warming up! | Q 1 | Page 155

Discuss in groups whether you would like to join Armed Forces. Yes/No Say Why? Why not? Each one should give 2 to 3 reasons for their response. 

Warming up! | Q 2 | Page 155

Discuss what areas of work are open for women in the Armed Forces in India.

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Warming up! [Page 155]

Balbharati solutions for English - My English Coursebook 10th Standard SSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 5 Joan of Arc Warming up! [Page 155]

Warming up! | Q 1 | Page 155

Discuss in groups/pairs and make a list of the weapons used in the old times and in the present times.

Weapons used in the past Weapons used nowadays
   
Warming up! | Q 2 | Page 155

Imagine that you are the captain of your school Kabaddi/Football team. Your final match is against a very strong team. Your team members are sure that they shall lose.

Prepare a short pep-talk of about 60 to 80 words that you would give as a Captain, to encourage your team and make them change their defeated attitude. Write it down in your notebook.

Warming up! | Q 3.(1) | Page 155

When different Prepositions are added to the same action verb meaning of the phrase, thus formed changes.

For example,
call out - announce
call at - visit
call for - summon
call up - make a telephone call

Try to guess the meaning of the underlined phrase and write them down.

  1. He promised me to look into the matter.
  2. He wanted to look for his lost book.
Warming up! | Q 3.(2) | Page 155

When different Prepositions are added to the same action verb meaning of the phrase, thus formed changes.

For example,
call out - announce
call at - visit
call for - summon
call up - make a telephone call

Try to guess the meaning of the underlined phrase and write them down.

  1. An epidemic of Cholera broke out in the village.
  2. The thieves broke into the apartment
Warming up! | Q 3.(3) | Page 155

When different Prepositions are added to the same action verb meaning of the phrase, thus formed changes.

For example,
call out - announce
call at - visit
call for - summon
call up - make a telephone call

Try to guess the meaning of the underlined phrase and write them down.

  1. She has to carry out her duty regularly.
  2. You must carry on trying for success
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English Workshop [Pages 161 - 163]

Balbharati solutions for English - My English Coursebook 10th Standard SSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 5 Joan of Arc English Workshop [Pages 161 - 163]

English Workshop | Q 1 | Page 161

Read the extract from G. B. Shaw’s play on Joan of Arc and fill in the Tree diagram.

English Workshop | Q 2.1 | Page 161

Pick out from the play 2 lines that prove the following.

Joan of Arc

Her confidence

English Workshop | Q 2.2 | Page 161

Pick out from the play 2 lines that prove the following.

Joan of Arc

Her courage

English Workshop | Q 2.3 | Page 161

Pick out from the play 2 lines that prove the following.

Joan of Arc

Her determination

English Workshop | Q 3 | Page 162

Match the comparisons as given in the extract.

1. as easy as ____________ a. like sheep
2. as mad as ____________ b. like a rat in the corner
3. drive the soldiers ____________ c. a bit of a miracle
4. The Dauphin is ____________ d. as she is
5. Joan of Arc is ____________ e. the steward
    f. chasing a cow

Say WHY?

English Workshop | Q 4.(a) | Page 162

Joan wanted to meet the Captain squire.

English Workshop | Q 4.(b) | Page 162

Joan did not ask for many soldiers from the Captain squire.

English Workshop | Q 4.(c) | Page 162

Poulengey, Jack, and Dick had offered to accompany Joan

English Workshop | Q 4.(d) | Page 162

French soldiers were always beaten in war.

English Workshop | Q 4.(e) | Page 162

Captain squire Robert said, “I wash my hands off it.”

English Workshop | Q 5 | Page 162

Using a dictionary, find the difference between the following pairs of phrases. Make sentences of your own with each of them.

Phrases Meaning Own Sentences
1. to cut in
to cut out
____________
____________
____________
____________
2. to be held by
to be held up
____________
____________
____________
____________
3. to run away to run for ____________
____________
____________
____________
4. to be known as
to be known for
____________
____________
____________
____________
5. to go with to go after ____________
____________
____________
____________
6. to put fire into
to put fire out
____________
____________
____________
____________
English Workshop | Q 6 | Page 162

From an Indian history book or Internet find out information about Indian Women (queens) who led battles. (For example, Rani of Jhansi and Rani Karnawati of Mewad). Write any 3 points of similarity and 3 points of contrast between any one of the above Indian Queens and Joan of Arc. Write in your own words.

Similarities Contrast
a. a.
b. b.
c. c.
English Workshop | Q 7 | Page 163

Read the script from:

Joan (Girl) Good morning, Captain squire (up to)
Joan

(Simply)

Polly and Jack have promised to come with me.

Write a summary of that part of the script (in Indirect speech) in 15 to 20 lines.

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Language Study [Page 163]

Balbharati solutions for English - My English Coursebook 10th Standard SSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 5 Joan of Arc Language Study [Page 163]

Language Study | Q 1.(A)(a) | Page 163

Make the following sentence affirmative without change of meaning.

Negative: I am not so sure, now.
Affirmative: _______________________

Language Study | Q 1.(A)(b) | Page 163

Make the following sentence affirmative without change of meaning.

Negative: He will not be able to stop them.
Affirmative : _________________________________

Language Study | Q 1.(A)(c) | Page 163

Make the following sentence affirmative without change of meaning.

Negative: I don't remember.
Affirmative: __________________

Language Study | Q 1.(A)(d) | Page 163

Make the following sentence affirmative without change of meaning.

Negative: I can do no more.
Affirmative: __________________

Language Study | Q 1.(A)(e) | Page 163

Make the following sentence affirmative without change of meaning.

Negative: Sir, do not anger her.
Affirmative: __________________

Language Study | Q 1.(A)(f) | Page 163

Make the following sentence affirmative without change of meaning.

Negative: I shall not want many soldiers.
Affirmative : ________________________

Language Study | Q 1.(B) | Page 163

Fill in the gaps in the table.

WORD-FORMS

Noun Verb Adjective Adverb
1.success succeed successful successfully
2.____________ inspire ____________ ____________
3.____________ ____________ safe ____________
4.____________ believe ____________ ____________
5.thought ____________ ____________ ____________
6.____________ ____________ ____________ brightly
7.courage ____________ ____________ ____________
8.____________ ____________ ____________ hastily
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Chapter 5: Joan of Arc

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