NCRT Solutions Memories of childhood for class XII

 Give short answer of the following questions 1. What was Zitkala- Sa's idea regarding short shingled hair ? = According to Zitkala - Sa among their people, short hair was worn by mourners, and shingled hair by cowards. Her mother taught her that only unskilled warriors who were captured had their hair shingled by the enemy. 2. How did Zitkala-Sa try to hide herself from others in the school ? Did she succeeded ? = When Zitkala - Sa heard that her hair was going to be chopped, she crept up the stairs when no one was noticing her. She quietly went into a room where the windows were covered with dark colour curtains . Then she crawled under a bed and huddled herself in the dark corner to hide herself from others.                No she did not succeeded . She was caught by other girls. 3. What was Zitkala- Sa immediate reaction to the cutting of her hair ? = For Zitkala-Sa cutting of hair was symbol of torture, oppression and humilitation. When her long hair was cut, she felt anguish

NCRT SOLUTIONS Prepositions for class XII

 Fill in the blanks with the suitable prepositions                        HS - 2013 a) We informed the police of the theft in the house. b) The children were looking forward to their visit to Shillong. c) I spoke to her in the office. d) Did you enjoy yourself in the party last night ? e) The girl standing between the two boys is their sister. f) Flour is made from wheat.               HS - 2014 a) The train arrived at the station a minute ago. b) My birthday is on 24 August c) The office is closed on the second and fourth Saturday. d) Our school is at Chandmari. e) We have been staying at a hotel near the bus stop. f) The girl standing between the two boys is their sister.                        HS- 2015 a) I have heard a lot about you from your class teacher. b) His father is a principal of a school in Jorhat. c) Please sit down for a few minutes d) Tom is addicted to gambling. e) Don't be afraid of telling the truth. f) Sheila is proud of her beauty.      

NCRT Solutions English Vistas ON THE FACE OF IT

Q. 1) Who is Mr. Lamb ? How does Derry get into his garden ? = Mr. Lamb is an old man with a tin leg who was the owner of the apple garden . He had to lose one of his legs in a war and since then he lives all alone in his house.                  Derry gets into his garden by climbing it's boundary wall. Though the gate was open , he does not use it. Q. 2) Why aren't there any curtains at the windows of Mr. Lambs house ? = There are not any curtains in the windows of Mr. Lambs house, because he is not fond of curtains as they shuts things in and shuts things out. He like the light and the darkness. He always kept open his windows to hear the wind. Q. 3) Why does Mr. Lamb have tin leg ? = Mr. lamb has tin leg because he had to lose one of his legs in a war. Since then he has to walk on an artificial leg. Q. 4) What is meant by " Handsome is as handsome does " ? = The proverb " handsome is as handsome does " means that it is not important how one looks like but

GOING PLACES NCRT Solutions For Class XII Going Places

 1.  What does Sophie want to have when she grows up ? = When Sophie grows up, she wants to have a boutique of her own. 2. Who is the writer of " Going Places " ? = A. R. Barton is the writer of the prose piece " Going Places " . 3. Where was it most likely that Sophie and her friend would find work after school ? = It was most likely that Sophie and her friend would find work in the biscuit factory after school. 4. For whom does Sophie ask Danny Casey an autograph ? = Sophie asks Danny Casey an autograph for her younger brother Derek. 5. Who is Derek ? = Derek was the younger brother of Sophie. 6. Who was Geoff ? = Geoff was the elder brother of Sophie. 7. Who is Danny Casey ? = Danny Casey was an Irish football player ? 8. Which was the only occasion when Sophie got to see Danny Casey in person ? = Sophie saw Danny Casey  in person only once. She went with her family to the stadium to watch the match of him and she saw him there in the field. 9. Which country


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 SENTENCE AND ITS KINDS Sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete sense.  Based on meaning a sentence can be divided into five kinds. They are:- 1. Assertive Sentence 2. Interrogative Sentence 3. Imperative Sentence 4. Optative Sentence 5. Exclamatory Sentence.  Assertive Sentence The sentences that describe a usual incident or indicate a statement are called Assertive Sentence. Mostly an Assertive Sentence starts with a subject and ends with full stop (.) . Assertive Sentences are of two kinds. They are:-      Affirmative Sentence      Negative  Sentence              AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCE The sentences that have a positive sense are called Affirmative Sentence. Example:- It is a good idea.             NEGATIVE SENTENCE The sentences that have a negative sense are called Negative Sentence. 1. I did not see them in the park. 2.She was not busy the day before. INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE  The sentences that make a question are called Interrogative Sentences. Interrogative sentence