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Snapshots The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse

NCERT Solutions for class XI English SNAPSHOTS ENGLISH CORE Chapter-1 The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered “One day back there in the good old days when I was nine and the world was full of every imaginable kind of magnificence, and life was still a delightful and mysterious dream...” The story begins in a mood of nostalgia. Can you narrate some incident from your childhood that might make an interesting story?

Snapshots The Address

NCERT Solutions for class XI English SNAPSHOTS ENGLISH CORE Chapter-2 The Address from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered 'Have you come back?' said the woman.'I thought that no one had come back.' Does this statement give some clue about the story? If yes, what is it? The story is divided into pre-war and post-war times. What hardships do you think the girl underwent during these times?

Snapshots Rangas Marriage

NCERT Solutions for class XI English SNAPSHOTS ENGLISH CORE Chapter-3 Ranga’s Marriage from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered Comment on the influence of English - the language and the way of life - on Indian life as reflected in the story. What is the narrator's attitude to English? Astrologers' perceptions are based more on hearsay and conjecture than what they learn from the study of the stars. Comment with reference to the story.

Snapshots Albert Einstein at School

NCERT Solutions for class XI English SNAPSHOTS ENGLISH CORE Chapter-4 Albert Einstein at School  from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered What do you understand of Einstein's nature from his conversations with his history teacher, his mathematics teacher and the head teacher?

Snapshots Mothers Day

NCERT Solutions for class XI English SNAPSHOTS ENGLISH CORE Chapter-5 Mother’s day from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered This play, written in the 1950s, is a humorous and satirical depiction of the status of the mother in the family. Do you think it caricatures these issues or do you think that the problems it raises are genuine? How does the play resolve the issues? Do you agree with the resolution? 

Snapshots Birth

NCERT Solutions for class XI English SNAPSHOTS ENGLISH CORE Chapter-7 Birth from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered “I have done something; oh, God! I've done something real at last.” Why does Andrew say this? What does it mean? There lies a great difference between text book medicine and the world of practising physician. Discuss.

Snapshots The Tale of Melon City

NCERT Solutions for class XI English SNAPSHOTS ENGLISH CORE Chapter-8 The Tale of Melon City from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered What impression would you form of a state where the King was 'just and placid'? Suggest a few instances in the poem which highlight humour and irony.

Hornbill A Photograph

NCERT Solutions for class XI English HORNBILL ENGLISH Chapter-1 A Photograph (poem) from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered What does the word ‘cardboard’ denote in the poem? Why has this word been used? What has not changed over the years? Does this suggest something to you? What is the meaning of the line “Both wry with the laboured ease of loss”.

Hornbill The Voice of the Rain

NCERT Solutions for class XI English HORNBILL ENGLISH Chapter-3 Voice of the Rain (poem) from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered There are two voices in the poem. Who do they belong to? Which lines indicate this? How is the cyclic movement of rain brought out in the poem? Compare it with what you have learnt in science.

Hornbill Childhood

NCERT Solutions for class XI English HORNBILL ENGLISH Chapter-4 Childhood(poem) from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered What according to the poem is involved in the process of growing up? Which do you think are the most poetic lines? Why?

Hornbill Father to Son

NCERT Solutions for class XI English HORNBILL ENGLISH Chapter-5 Father to Son (poem) from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered Does the poem talk of an exclusively personal experience or is it fairly universal? Identify the phrases and lines that indicate distance between father and son.

Hornbill The Portrait of a Lady

NCERT Solutions for class XI English HORNBILL ENGLISH Chapter-1 The Portrait of lady from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered Mention the three phases of the author’s relationship with his grandmother before he left the country to study abroad. Mention three reasons why the author’s grandmother was disturbed when he started going to the city school.

Hornbill We are Not Afraid to Die

NCERT Solutions for class XI English HORNBILL ENGLISH Chapter-2 We are Not Afraid to Die.. from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered  if We Can All Be Together Notice these expressions in the text. Infer their meaning from the context. Describe the shifts in the narration of the events as indicated in the three sections of the text. Give a subtitle to each section. What difference did you notice between the reaction of the adults and the children when faced with danger?

Hornbill Discovering Tut

NCERT Solutions for class XI English HORNBILL ENGLISH Chapter-3 Discovering Tut The Saga Continues from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered Scientific intervention is necessary to unearth buried mysteries. Advanced technology gives us conclusive evidence of past events. Here are some commonly used medical terms. Find out their meanings.

Hornbill The Ailing Planet

NCERT Solutions for class XI English HORNBILL ENGLISH Chapter-5 The Ailing Planet the Green Movement’s Role Notice these expressions in the text. Infer their meaning from the context. What does the notice 'The world's most dangerous animal' at a cage in the zoo at Lusaka, Zambia, signify? Why does the author aver that the growth of world population is one of the strongest factors distorting the future of human society?

Hornbill The Browning Version

NCERT Solutions for class XI English HORNBILL ENGLISH Chapter-6 The Browning Version from NCERT text book prescribed for class 11 English Core. The chapter covered Comment on the attitude shown by Taplow towards Crocker-Harris. Does Frank seem to encourage Taplow's comments on Crocker-Harris? A sadist is a person who gets pleasure out of giving pain to others. Given below are some dictionary definitions of certain kinds of persons.



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