CBSE Revision Notes for Class 10 English Communicative
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|Fiction - Two Gentlemen of verona||Download|
|Fiction - Mrs. Packletide’s Tiger||Download|
|Fiction - The Letter||Download|
|Fiction - A Shady Plot||Download|
|Fiction - Patol Babu, Film Star||Download|
|Fiction - Virtually True||Download|
|Drama - The Dear Departed||Download|
|Drama - Julius Caesar||Download|
|Poem - The Frog and The Nightingale||Download|
|Poem - Mirror||Download|
|Poem - Not Marble, Nor the Gilded Monuments||Download|
|Poem - Ozymandias||Download|
|Poem - The Rime of the Ancient Mariner||Download|
|Poem - Snake||Download|
|Novel The Story of My Life||Download|
|Novel Diary of a Young Girl||Download|
|Section C - Grammar (Determiners)||Download|
|Section C - Grammar (Tenses)||Download|
|Section C - Grammar (Active and Passive voice)||Download|
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CBSE Revision Notes for class 10 English Communicative
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- Chapter 1- Two Gentlemen of Verona
- Chapter 2- Mrs Packletide’s Tiger
- Chapter 3- The Letter
- Chapter 4- A Shady Plot
- Chapter 5- Patol Babu, Film Star
- Chapter 6- Virtually True
- Chapter 1-The Frog And Nightingale
- Chapter 2- Mirror
- Chapter 3- Not Marble, Nor The Gilded Monuments
- Chapter 4- Ozymandias
- Chapter 5- The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
- Chapter 6- Snake
- Chapter 1- The Dear Departed
- Chapter 2- Julius Caesar
Main Course Book
- Chapter 1-Health and Medicine
- Chapter 2-Education
- Chapter 3-Science
- Chapter 4-Environment
- Chapter 5-Travel and Tourism
- Chapter 6-National Integration
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Two Gentlemen of Verona
By - A J Cronin
- This is the story of two young boys named, Nicola and Jacopo, who lived in Verona, Italy. They were brothers. They were 13 and 12 years respectively.
- The narrator met the boys at the outskirts of Verona and he bought a box of wild strawberries from them.
- They were dressed in odd clothes and looked shabby.
- The narrator found them undertaking different jobs to earn a living.
- The boys polished shoes, sold newspapers, and did many other jobs to earn money.
- They also took the tourists to the places of their interest-to Juliet’s tomb in and around Verona.
- They were very helpful to the narrator and his driver Luigi as they could buy a packet of American cigarettes or arrange seats for the opera.
- The narrator and his companion were impressed at the attitude of the boys to take up any job without any complaint.
- He and his partner wondered what these boys must be doing with all the money they earned.
- When the narrator was leaving Verona on Monday, he asked if he could do anything for them before going.
- The younger brother Jacopo asked the narrator if he could drive them to their village which was 30 miles from Verona.
- The narrator’s driver Luigi had the Sunday off but the narrator drove them himself to Poleta.
- They leaped out from the car before a large red-roofed villa and promised to come back within an hour.
- The narrator could not resist his curiosity, so he followed the boys and there he discovered that the villa was actually a hospital. A nurse briefed him the story of the two boys which was equally surprising.
- Nicola and Jacopo lived a comfortable and cultured life with their father and elder sister.
- Their widower father was a well-known singer and was killed in the war against Germany.
- During the war, a bomb blast made them homeless and they were left in the streets with their only elder sister Lucia.
- The children had a tough time reestablishing their house and when they heard about the Resistance movement, they secretly joined the same, leaving their sister behind.
- After the war, they returned home and found that their sister suffering from tuberculosis of the spine.
- They did not give up. They decided to admit their sister in a nursing home and take care of her in every possible way.
- The narrator did not want to intrude into the privacy of the boys hence, he did not meet the boys and their sister in the hospital. He waited for them outside till the boys rejoined him.
- He was all the more impressed by the integrity, dedication and diligence of the boys. He preferred not to embarrass them by questioning about their private ife which they never shared with outsiders.
- He ended up the story with the hope that the selfless action of the boys brought a new nobility to human life and it was a greater hope for the entire humanity.
- He liked the gentlemanly qualities of the boys and called them the two gentlemen of Verona.