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Class 10 English Chapter 3 Question Answer
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Thinking About The Text [Page No. 92]
1) Where is Coorg?
Ans: Coorg or Kodagu is the smallest district of Karnataka. It is situated midway between Mysore and the cbastal town of Mangalore.
2) What is the story about the Kodavu people’s descent?
Ans: The fiercely independent people of Coorg are descendents of Greeks or Arabs. A section of Alexander’s army moved South along the coast and settled here only when they were unable to return to their country. These people married among the locals. This is the story about the descent of Kodavu people.
3) What are some of the things you now know about?
i. the people of Coorg?
Ans: They are fiercely independent people and have descended from the Greeks or the Arabs.
ii. the main crop of Coorg?
Ans: Coffee is the main crop of Coorg.
iii. the sports it offers to a tourists?
Ans: It mostly offers adventure sports which include river rafting, canoeing, rappelling, rock climbing and mountain biking.
iv. the animals you are likely to see in Coorg?
Ans: The animals likely to be seen in Coorg are macaques, Malabar squirrel, langurs, slender loris, elephants etc.
v. its distance from Bangalore and how to get there?
Ans: By road, it is around 250 – 260 kilometres from Bangalore.
4) Here are six sentences with some words in italics. Find phrases from the text that have the same meaning. (Look in the paragraphs indicated)
1. During monsoons it rains so heavily that tourists do not visit Coorg. (Para 2)
Ans: To keep visitors away
2. Some people say that Alexander’s army moved south along the coast and settled there. (Para 3)
Ans: As one story goes
3. The Coorg people are always ready to tell stories of their son’s and father’s valour. (Para 4)
Ans: Are more than willing to recount
4. Even people who normally lead an easy and slow life get smitten by the high energy adventure sports of Coorg. (Para 6)
Ans: The most laidback individuals become converts to
5. The theory of the Arab origin is supported by the long coat with embroidered waist-belt they wear. (Para 3)
Ans: Draws support from
6. Macaques, Malabar squirrels observe you carefully from the tree canopy. (Para 7)
Ans: Keep a watchful eye
Thinking About Language [Page No. 93]
I. Strike out the odd sentence or phrase
|Certain words ‘go together’. Such ‘word friends’ are called collocations. The collocation of a word is ‘the company it keeps’. For example, look at the paired sentences and phrases below. Which is a common collocation, and which one is odd? Strike out the odd sentence or phrase.|
1. ‘How old are you?’ ‘How young are you?’
Ans: The odd sentence is ‘How young are you?’
2. a pleasant person a pleasant pillow
Ans: The odd phrase is ‘a pleasant pillow’.
II. Work with a partner and discuss
1) Here are some nouns from the text-
‘culture’ ‘monks’ ‘surprise’ ‘experience’ ‘weather’ ‘tradition’
Work with a partner and discuss which of the nouns can collocate with which of the adjectives given below. The first one has been done for you.
|‘unique’ ‘terrible’ ‘unforgettable’ ‘serious’ ‘ancient’ ‘wide’ ‘sudden’|
i. culture : ____
Ans: unique culture, ancient culture
ii. monks : ____
Ans: serious monks, unique monks
iii. surprise: ____
Ans: unique surprise, sudden surprise, unforgettable surprise, terrible surprise
iv. experience: ____
Ans: unique experience, terrible experience, unforgettable experience, sudden experience
v. weather: ____
Ans: terrible weather, unforgettable weather
vi. tradition: ____
Ans: unique tradition, ancient tradition
2. Complete the following phrases from the text. For each phrase, can you find at least one other word that would fit into the blank?
Missing Alternate Word
1. tales of __________ ___________
2. coastal __________ ___________
3. a piece of __________ ___________
4. evergreen __________ ___________
5. plantations __________ ___________
6. bridge __________ ___________
7. wild ___________ ___________
|A Piece of||Heaven||Cake|
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Thinking About Language [Page No. 96 & 97]
1) Look at these words: upkeep, downpour, undergo, dropout, walk-in. They are built up from a verb (keep, pour, go, drop, walk) and an adverb or a preposition (up, down, under, out, in). Use these words appropriately in the sentences below. You may consult a dictionary.
a. A heavy _____ has been forecast due to low pressure in the Bay of Bengal.
b. Rakesh will _____ major surgery tomorrow morning.
c. My brother is responsible for the ____ of our family property.
d. The ____ rate for this accountancy course is very high.
e. She went to the Enterprise Company to attend a _____ interview.
2) Now fill in the blanks in the sentences given below by combining the verb given in brackets with one of the words from the box as appropriate.
|‘over’ ‘by’ ‘through’ ‘out’ ‘up’ ‘down’|
i. The Army attempted unsuccessfully to ____ the Government, (throw)
ii. Scientists are on the brink of a major _____ in cancer research, (break)
iii. The State Government plans to build a ____ for Bhubaneswar to speed up traffic on the main highway, (pass)
iv.Gautama’s ____ on life changed when he realised that the world is full of sorrow, (look)
v. Rakesh seemed unusually _____ after the game, (cast)
3) Notice how these -ing and -ed adjectives are used.
a. Chess is an interesting game.
=> I am very interested in chess.
b. Going trekking in the Himalayas this summer is an exciting idea.
=> We are very excited about the trek.
c. Are all your School books this boring?
=> He was bored as he had no friends there.
The -ing adjectives show the qualities that chess, trekking or these books have: they cause interest, excitement, or boredom in you. The – ed /-en adjectives show your mental state or your physical state: how you feel in response to ideas, events or things.
Think of suitable -ing or -ed adjectives to answer the following questions. You may also use words from those given above. How would you describe
1. a good detective serial on television? ____
2. a debate on your favourite topic ‘Homework Should Be Banned’? ____
3. how you feel when you stay indoors due to incessant rain? ____
4. how you feel when you open a present? ____
5. how you feel when you watch your favourite programme on television? ____
6. the look on your mother’s face as you waited in a queue? ____
7. how you feel when tracking a tiger reserve forest? _____
8. the story you have recently read, or a film you have seen? _____