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Chapter 5: The Status of Tamil as a Classical Language

Warm UpExerciseVocabularyListeningSpeakingReadingGrammar- Non-finite verbsGrammar- Articles and DeterminersGrammar- Degrees of ComparisonWriting- Slogan WritingWriting- Paragraph writing
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Warm Up [Page 142]

Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th English Class Answers Guide Chapter 5 The Status of Tamil as a Classical LanguageWarm Up [Page 142]

Warm Up | Q a) | Page 142

How responsible and capable are you at home?

Warm Up | Q b) | Page 142

Can you iron your clothes and arrange them? Can you replace a tube light?

Warm Up | Q 3 | Page 142

Solve the clues given below and complete the cross word

Across Down
1.You can watch programmes, matches and news on it 1. You can sit around it
4. You can lie on this and sleep 2. You can put flowers in this
6.You can sit on this and relax by yourself 3. You can sit on this with two other people comfortably
11.You can store all your books here 5. You can do your writing work on this
12.This can give you light when it is dark 7. This can cover a small space and decorate the floor
 

8. You can put all your clothes in here

 

 

9. You can look into this to see yourself

 

10. You can sit on this, it has 3 legs.

Exercise [Pages 148 - 149]

Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th English Class Answers Guide Chapter 5 The Status of Tamil as a Classical LanguageExercise [Pages 148 - 149]

Answer the following questions in one or two sentences each based on your understanding of the story.

Exercise | Q 1. a) | Page 148

What was put on the family agenda?

Exercise | Q 1. b) | Page 148

Who visited the family?

Exercise | Q 1. c) | Page 148

Describe the stool that the narrator’s family had.

Exercise | Q 1. d) | Page 148

What was Pedanna’s suggestion to their father?

Exercise | Q 1. e) | Page 148

What was offered to Maamanaar by their mother?

Exercise | Q 1. f) | Page 148

Why were the two chairs compared to Rama-Lakshmana?

Exercise | Q 1. g) | Page 148

When did the children shy away from the chair?

Exercise | Q 1. h) | Page 148

How did Maamanaar handle the chair at home?

Answer the following questions in three or four sentences each.

Exercise | Q 2. a) | Page 149

What happened to the visitor when he sat on the stool?

Exercise | Q 2. b) | Page 149

Why did the family find it difficult to make a chair?

Exercise | Q 2. c) | Page 149

What was grandmother’s suggestion of wood? Why?

Exercise | Q 2. d) | Page 149

How was the chair made and how did the villagers react to it?

Exercise | Q 2. e) | Page 149

When did the children get over the fear of sitting on the chair?

Exercise | Q 2. f) | Page 149

Why did Maamanaar hand over the chair to the villagers to retain it?

Answer the following in a paragraph of 100–150 words each.

Exercise | Q 3. a) | Page 149

Narrate the humorous incidents that happened in the author’s home before and after the arrival of the chair.

Exercise | Q 3. b) | Page 149

Write character sketches of Maamanaar and Pedanna.

Vocabulary [Pages 149 - 150]

Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th English Class Answers Guide Chapter 5 The Status of Tamil as a Classical LanguageVocabulary [Pages 149 - 150]

Vocabulary | Q a) 1. | Page 149

Find out the synonym of the underlined word in each of the following sentence.

Just as we thought our chuckles had subsided.

  • diminished

  • increased

  • completed

  • submerged

Vocabulary | Q a) 2. | Page 149

Find out the synonym of the underlined word in each of the following sentence.

Our father rejected it, saying it wouldn’t be sturdy.

  • weak

  • strong

  • tall

  • good

Vocabulary | Q a) 3. | Page 149

Find out the synonym of the underlined word in each of the following sentence.

Anna would say with an impudent smile.

  • innocent

  • fake

  • disrespectful

  • decent

Vocabulary | Q a) 4. | Page 149

Find out the synonym of the underlined word in each of the following sentence.

A silver tumbler of buttermilk seasoned with asafetida.

  • mixed

  • garnished

  • filled

  • loosened

Vocabulary | Q a) 5. | Page 149

Find out the synonym of the underlined word in each of the following sentence.

A few people from the house of bereavement stood outside.

  • rejoice

  • celebration

  • grief

  • war

Vocabulary | Q b. 1. | Page 149

Find out the antonym of the underlined word in each of the following sentence.

The anticipation of this imagined separation only increases their fondness for the calf.

  • expectancy

  • contemplation

  • outlook

  • ignorance

Vocabulary | Q b. 2. | Page 149

Find out the antonym of the underlined word in each of the following sentence.

Fortuitously, a guest visited our house.

  • luckily

  • peacefully

  • unfortunately

  • happily

Vocabulary | Q b. 3. | Page 149

Find out the antonym of the underlined word in each of the following sentence.

There he was sitting in splendour on his chair.

  • magnificence

  • pomp

  • effulgence

  • simplicity

Vocabulary | Q b. 4. | Page 149

Find out the antonym of the underlined word in each of the following sentence.

Maamanaar was unmatched.

  • inferior

  • incomparable

  • excellent

  • supreme

Vocabulary | Q b. 5. | Page 150

Find out the antonym of the underlined word in each of the following sentence.

He greeted me with his usual smile and banter.

  • flattery

  • small talk

  • chitchat

  • repartee

Vocabulary | Q c. | Page 150

Identify the correct combination of the following compound words.

Haircut, headmaster, waterfall, swimming pool, drawback, public speaking, output, software, show case, world-famous.

Vocabulary | Q d. 1. | Page 150

Now, Blend the following word.

binary + digit

Vocabulary | Q d. 2. | Page 150

Now, Blend the following word.

electronic + mail

Vocabulary | Q d. 3. | Page 150

Now, Blend the following word.

foreign + exchange

Vocabulary | Q d. 4. | Page 150

Now, Blend the following word.

motor + pedal

Vocabulary | Q d. 5. | Page 150

Now, Blend the following word.

parachute + troop

Vocabulary | Q e. a. | Page 150

Replace the underlined word/expression with possibly polite form.

The culprit was sent to jail.

Vocabulary | Q e. b. | Page 150

Replace the underlined word/expression with possibly polite form.

Dheeraj is unemployed.

Vocabulary | Q e. c. | Page 150

Replace the underlined word/expression with possibly polite form.

I saw a disabled man.

Vocabulary | Q e. d. | Page 150

Replace the underlined word/expression with possibly polite form.

Subsidies are given to the poor.

Vocabulary | Q e. e. | Page 150

Replace the underlined word/expression with possibly polite form.

Elambrathi has a second-hand car.

Listening [Page 151]

Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th English Class Answers Guide Chapter 5 The Status of Tamil as a Classical LanguageListening [Page 151]

Listening | Q 1. | Page 151

The oath taken by Graduates of Medicine is given as Listening passage.

Hippocratic Oath:

I solemnly pledge myself to consecrate my life to the service of humanity;

I will give to my teachers the respect and gratitude which is their due;

I will practice my profession with conscience and dignity; The health of my patient will be my first consideration;

I will maintain by all the means in my power, the honour and the noble tradition of the medical profession;

My colleagues will be my brothers; I will not permit considerations of religion, nationality, race, party politics or social standing to intervene between my duty and my patient; 

I will maintain the utmost respect for human life, from the time of conception, even under threat. 1 will not use my medical knowledge contrary to the laws of humanity; 

I make these promises solemnly, freely and upon my honour.

After listening to the pledge played on the tape recorder carefully, fill in the following statements with the right options given:

a) The medical graduates take oath to dedicate their ______to the service of humanity. 

  1. money 
  2. talent 
  3. life 
  4. nation

b) The ______of the patient should be the doctor’s greatest concern. 

  1. dignity 
  2. gratitude 
  3. health 
  4. honour

c) The would-be graduates promise to practise their profession with ______and dignity.

  1. conscience 
  2. knowledge 
  3. understanding
  4. respect

d) They should respect the ______of the patients.

  1. age 
  2. wealth
  3. background 
  4. secrets

e) The pledge is also to treat the patients without any ______

  1. fee
  2. discrimination
  3. interest
  4. hatred
Speaking [Page 153]

Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th English Class Answers Guide Chapter 5 The Status of Tamil as a Classical LanguageSpeaking [Page 153]

Task

Speaking | Q a) | Page 153

Now it’s your turn to speak against the motion “Wars create more problem than they solve.” Express your views with valid points.

Speaking | Q b) | Page 153

Conduct a debate for and against the motion.“Mobile phone - a big boon”

Speaking | Q c) | Page 153

Organize a class debate on the motion ‘The advantages of social websites’. (Use the expressions for arguments like - First, firstly, I mean, My point is, In my opinion, Let me consider, etc.)

Reading [Pages 153 - 154]

Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th English Class Answers Guide Chapter 5 The Status of Tamil as a Classical LanguageReading [Pages 153 - 154]

Reading | Q a. | Page 153

Read the following passage carefully and answer the following questions.

Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into the environment that cause harm to the ecosystem. The different kinds of pollution are air pollution, water pollution and land pollution. The release of various gases, finely divided solid particles, or liquid droplets that escape into the atmosphere to disperse and dilute in the environment is called air pollution. Modern society is also concerned about specific types of pollutants, such as noise pollution, light pollution, and plastic pollution.

Particulate Matter (PM), also known as particle pollution, is a complex mixture of extremely small particles and liquid droplets that get into the air. These particles if inhaled can affect health. The impact of PM 2.5 is particularly high in South Asia. Outdoor pollution is caused by a variety of pollutants like public and private vehicles, waste burning in the open, power production industries and construction and even cigarette smoking in public places.

Presently, air pollution is a major and growing risk factor for ill health in India. Delhi is one of the most air polluted cities in India. The air in the city as well as areas surrounding it has worsened to extremely hazardous levels in the recent years. This year’s pollution level is the worst in four years. Several studies have shown that poor air quality is a cause for many health issues among people with lower respiratory disorders with symptoms like dry cough, breathlessness, wheezing, chest discomfort, serious lung infections and cardio vascular diseases. Some studies throw light on the fact that about 16 per cent of the deaths worldwide in 2015 were due to pollution.

Air Masks are an option to protect oneself outdoor. Air masks can be used while commuting or while one is exposed to a polluted area. Some of these masks also include a layer of Activated carbon to filter the air. They protect us from suspended air particles and particulate matter up to the size of 2.5 microns and above. Their usage is limited to some days and should be disposed off after their prescribed duration of usage. The price for air masks starts from Rs 100 and can go up to Rs 500 and more.

We have to take active measures to control pollution and protect ourselves to lead a healthy and pollution free life.

  1. What is meant by pollution? Mention the different kinds of pollution.
  2. How does Particulate Matter cause air pollution?
  3. Identify three major causes of pollution in air
  4. Name the types of pollution we encounter now.
  5. What sort of health issues do people face due to air pollution?
  6. How can we protect ourselves outdoor from air pollution?
  7. Suggest a suitable title to the passage.
  8. Identify the meaning of the word similar to the one used in the fourth para:
  1. emerging
  2. filtering
  3. floating
  4. falling
Reading | Q b. | Page 154

Read the following information given in the table below and answer the questions.

A nice choice from Chennai to the National capital
RAJADHANI EXPRESS TIMETABLE
Shortest Route between Chennai and Hazrat Nizamuddin 8 Halts & 324 intermediate stations in between
Station Name Departs Day Speed
Chennai Central 06.05 1 75
Vijayawada 11.55 1 76
Warangal 14.40 1 77
Balharshah 18.00 1 78
Nagpur 20.45 1 74
Bhopal 02.10 2 89
Jhansi 05.31 2 99
Gwalior 06.32 2 85
Agra Cantt 07.57 2 76
Hazrat Nizamudin 10.25 2 -

a) The number of stations between Chennai Central and Hazrat Nizamudin is______.

  1. five
  2. ten
  3. eight
  4. eleven

b) The train is expected to reach ______ around 8.45 PM

  1. Warangal
  2. Vijayawada
  3. Bhopal
  4. Nagpur

c) Between ______ the train runs at its maximum speed.

  1. Bhopal and Gwalior 
  2. Bhopal and Jhansi
  3. Bhopal and Hazarat Nizamudin
  4. Bhopal and Agra

d) Almost ______ the train reaches Vijayawada.

  1. the day after
  2. around early morning
  3. late night
  4. around noon

e) People prefer the Rajadhani Express to travel from Chennai to reach the capital because ______.

  1. it reaches the destination on the same day
  2. the charge is reasonable.
  3. the train halts at ten stations.
  4. it is the shortest route from Chennai to New Delhi.

f) The destination of Rajadhani express is______.

  1. Hazarat Nizamudin.
  2. New Delhi junction.
  3. Old Delhi.
  4. Rajkot.
Grammar- Non-finite verbs [Pages 155 - 156]

Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th English Class Answers Guide Chapter 5 The Status of Tamil as a Classical LanguageGrammar- Non-finite verbs [Pages 155 - 156]

Task 1

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 1 1. | Page 155

Underline the gerund in the following sentence.

Boys love playing cricket.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 1 2. | Page 155

Underline the gerund in the following sentence.

I love eating ice creams.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 1 3. | Page 155

Underline the gerund in the following sentence.

Jessie enjoys bothering others.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 1 4. | Page 156

Underline the gerund in the following sentence.

Painting is an interesting hobby

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 1 5. | Page 156

Underline the gerund in the following sentence.

Dancing gives me joy.

Task 2

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 2 1. | Page 156

Use the gerundial form of the verb in the bracket and fill in the blank.

______ (exercise) is good for health.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 2 2. | Page 156

Use the gerundial form of the verb in the bracket and fill in the blank.

______ (fly) a kite is fun.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 2 3. | Page 156

Use the gerundial form of the verb in the bracket and fill in the blank.

______ (shop) is my favourite hobby.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 2 4. | Page 156

Use the gerundial form of the verb in the bracket and fill in the blank.

My friend waited for the ______ (meet).

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 2 5. | Page 156

Use the gerundial form of the verb in the bracket and fill in the blank.

Huckleberry Finn was responsible for ______(signal).

Task 3

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 3 1. | Page 156

Fill in the blank with the correct infinitive.

Deva forgot ______the letter.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 3 2. | Page 156

Fill in the blank with the correct infinitive.

The doctor advised the patient ______his medicines without fail.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 3 3. | Page 156

Fill in the blank with the correct infinitive.

Rajesh went to the airport ______his friend.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 3 4. | Page 156

Fill in the blank with the correct infinitive.

The bear climbed up the tree ______ the honey.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 3 5. | Page 156

Fill in the blank with the correct infinitive.

The boys went to the forest ______birds.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 3 6. | Page 156

Fill in the blank with the correct infinitive.

I tried hard ______both ends meet.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 3 7. | Page 156

Fill in the blank with the correct infinitive.

The archaeologists are trying ______ the ruins of Keelady.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 3 8. | Page 156

Fill in the blank with the correct infinitive.

Solar energy is used ______electricity.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 3 9. | Page 156

Fill in the blank with the correct infinitive.

______ concession, you have to apply well in advance.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 3 10. | Page 156

Fill in the blank with the correct infinitive.

We have plans ______to London during summer vacation.

Task 4

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 4 1. | Page 156

Combine each of the following pair of sentence using participle. The first one is done for you.

The baby cried. She was feeling sleepy.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 4 2. | Page 156

Combine each of the following pair of sentence using participle. The first one is done for you.

He lived alone. He had forgotten everybody.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 4 3. | Page 156

Combine each of the following pair of sentence using participle. The first one is done for you.

She walked out. She was smiling

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 4 4. | Page 156

Combine each of the following pair of sentence using participle. The first one is done for you.

The child says he needs attention. He shouts loudly.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 4 5. | Page 156

Combine each of the following pair of sentence using participle. The first one is done for you.

I threw the pen. It was broken.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 4 6. | Page 156

Combine each of the following pair of sentence using participle. The first one is done for you.

His coat is tattered. It needs mending.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 4 7. | Page 156

Combine each of the following pair of sentence using participle. The first one is done for you.

I heard the noise. I turned around.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 4 8. | Page 156

Combine each of the following pair of sentence using participle. The first one is done for you.

He was dissatisfied. He quit his job.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 4 9. | Page 156

Combine each of the following pair of sentence using participle. The first one is done for you.

The politician entered the campus. He was accompanied by many comrades.

Grammar- Non-finite verbs | Q 4 10. | Page 156

Combine each of the following pair of sentence using participle. The first one is done for you.

The girl entered the room. She was singing a song.

Grammar- Articles and Determiners [Pages 156 - 157]

Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th English Class Answers Guide Chapter 5 The Status of Tamil as a Classical LanguageGrammar- Articles and Determiners [Pages 156 - 157]

Task 1

Grammar- Articles and Determiners | Q 1. | Page 156

Change capital letters to Small letters at the beginning of a sentence if necessary.

According to (1)______National Weather Report, cyclones are winds circulating (2)______counter clockwise in(3) ______Northern Hemisphere and clockwise in (4)______southern Hemisphere. Cyclones are usually accompanied by(5) ______stormy weather. Tornadoes and hurricanes are types of cyclones. (6) ______hurricane is (7) ______cyclone that forms over(8) ______tropical oceans and seas.(9) ______hurricane rotates in(10) ______shape of(11) ______oval or a circle.(12) ______Hurricane Andrew, which hit (13)______coasts of Louisiana and Southern Florida in August 1992, caused (14)______extreme devastation. It was one of (15)______most devasting hurricanes ever to hit(16)______U.S.. Fourteen people died of(17) ______Andrew’s effect.

Task 2

Grammar- Articles and Determiners | Q 2 1. | Page 157

Complete the following sentence using appropriate determiner.

Only ______ people can afford to buy a flat in Chennai.

Grammar- Articles and Determiners | Q 2 2. | Page 157

Complete the following sentence using appropriate determiner.

She earns so ______that she could not make a decent living

Grammar- Articles and Determiners | Q 2 3. | Page 157

Complete the following sentence using appropriate determiner.

______ information that she gave proved false.

Grammar- Articles and Determiners | Q 2 4. | Page 157

Complete the following sentence using appropriate determiner.

How ______sugar do you want?

Grammar- Articles and Determiners | Q 2 5. | Page 157

Complete the following sentence using appropriate determiner.

I am very tired today, as I had ______ guests today.

Grammar- Articles and Determiners | Q 2 6. | Page 157

Complete the following sentence using appropriate determiner.

______ of my students have become doctors.

Grammar- Articles and Determiners | Q 2 7. | Page 157

Complete the following sentence using appropriate determiner.

______ do I know about his personal life.

Grammar- Articles and Determiners | Q 2 8. | Page 157

Complete the following sentence using appropriate determiner.

How ______pages did you read?

Grammar- Articles and Determiners | Q 2 9. | Page 157

Complete the following sentence using appropriate determiner.

______ fertilizer used these days spoils the soil.

Grammar- Articles and Determiners | Q 2 10. | Page 157

Complete the following sentence using appropriate determiner.

During my student life I used to give ______ trouble to my teachers.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison [Page 159]

Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th English Class Answers Guide Chapter 5 The Status of Tamil as a Classical LanguageGrammar- Degrees of Comparison [Page 159]

Task 1

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 1 1. | Page 159

Transform each of the following sentence using the comparative degree without changing the meaning.

Very few boys in the class are as tall as Ravi.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 1 2. | Page 159

Transform each of the following sentence using the comparative degree without changing the meaning.

Hurricanes are as dangerous as tornadoes.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 1 3. | Page 159

Transform each of the following sentence using the comparative degree without changing the meaning.

This is the most challenging task I have ever undertaken.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 1 4. | Page 159

Transform each of the following sentence using the comparative degree without changing the meaning.

E-mail is the fastest means of communication.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 1 5. | Page 159

Transform each of the following sentence using the comparative degree without changing the meaning.

Compulsive gambling is the worst habit a man can develop

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 2 1. | Page 159

Rewrite each of the following sentence using the superlative degree retaining the meaning.

Shakespeare is greater than many other dramatists of the world.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 2 2. | Page 159

Rewrite each of the following sentence using the superlative degree retaining the meaning.

Some people think that nothing is as important as money in life.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 2 3. | Page 159

Rewrite each of the following sentence using the superlative degree retaining the meaning.

The peacock is more colourful than any other bird found in India.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 2 3. | Page 159

Rewrite each of the following sentence using the superlative degree retaining the meaning.

The peacock is more colourful than any other bird found in India.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 2 4. | Page 159

Rewrite each of the following sentence using the superlative degree retaining the meaning.

Very few people in this town are as generous as Mr. Mohan.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 2 5. | Page 159

Rewrite each of the following sentence using the superlative degree retaining the meaning.

No other planet in our solar system is as cold as Neptune.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 2 6. | Page 159

Rewrite each of the following sentence using the superlative degree retaining the meaning.

I cannot do anything better for you than this.

Task 3

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 3 1. | Page 159

Replace the comparative adjective in the following sentence with their positive form.

Rural life is certainly more peaceful than urban life.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 3 2. | Page 159

Replace the comparative adjective in the following sentence with their positive form.

The pen is mightier than the sword.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 3 3. | Page 159

Replace the comparative adjective in the following sentence with their positive form.

Train journey is more comfortable than bus journey.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 3 4. | Page 159

Replace the comparative adjective in the following sentence with their positive form.

My mother can speak more sweetly than anyone else.

Grammar- Degrees of Comparison | Q 3 5. | Page 159

Replace the comparative adjective in the following sentence with their positive form.

Gold is not more useful than iron.

Writing- Slogan Writing [Page 160]

Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th English Class Answers Guide Chapter 5 The Status of Tamil as a Classical LanguageWriting- Slogan Writing [Page 160]

Writing- Slogan Writing | Q 1. | Page 160

Look at the pictures given below, and write slogans to advertise the products. Suggest your own brand name for each of the products.

Writing- Slogan Writing | Q 2. | Page 160

Write slogan to create awareness of the following topic using the tips given above.

  1. Junk food
  2. Labour Day
  3. Save Water
  4. Yoga
  5. Blood Donation
Writing- Paragraph writing [Page 161]

Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 12th English Class Answers Guide Chapter 5 The Status of Tamil as a Classical LanguageWriting- Paragraph writing [Page 161]

Writing- Paragraph writing | Q a) | Page 161

Write a paragraph of about 150 word, on the following topic.

The teacher I like the most

Writing- Paragraph writing | Q b) | Page 161

Write a paragraph of about 150 word, on the following topic.

The value of discipline

Writing- Paragraph writing | Q c) | Page 161

Write a paragraph of about 150 word, on the following topic.

Need for Moral Education in schools

Writing- Paragraph writing | Q d) | Page 161

Write a paragraph of about 150 word, on the following topic.

The importance of Good Health

Writing- Paragraph writing | Q e) | Page 161

Write a paragraph of about 150 word, on the following topic.

The importance of Reading

Writing- Paragraph writing | Q a) | Page 161

Observe the following picture and write a paragraph in about 150 word about each one of them.

Writing- Paragraph writing | Q b) | Page 161

Observe the following picture and write a paragraph in about 150 word about each one of them.

Chapter 5: The Status of Tamil as a Classical Language

Warm UpExerciseVocabularyListeningSpeakingReadingGrammar- Non-finite verbsGrammar- Articles and DeterminersGrammar- Degrees of ComparisonWriting- Slogan WritingWriting- Paragraph writing
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