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Because she wants to marry a rich boy / man as she want luxurious and comfortable life
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Take a deep breath and feel relax Shout or cry so that anger comes out Count from 10 to 1 Drink cold water

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Rule 3 Subjects that are joined by ‘and’ in a sentence, use a plural verb. Subjects that are joined by ‘either/or’, neither/nor’ use a singular verb. Examples: Radha and Meera are coming home. Neither Akshay nor Rohit is coming home. My dad or my mom is arriving today.Rule 2 The number of the subject (singular or plural) will not change due to words/phrases in between the subject and the verb. Examples: One of the glasses is empty. (Here, since the subject is ‘one’, the verb should be ‘is’). The bouquet of red roses smells so sweet. (Here, since ‘bouquet’ is the subject and not ‘roses’, the verb should be ‘smells’ and not ‘smell’)Rule 1 The verb and subject must agree in number (singular or plural) This means that if the subject is singular, the verb should be singular and if the subject is plural, the verb should also be plural. Examples: He plays football. (SINGULAR) They play football. (PLURAL)
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The Making of a scientist Question Answers Q1) How did a book become a turning point in Richard Ebright’s life? Ans) After Richard had collected all the 25 species of butterflies that were found in his surroundings, he thought that it would be an end to butterfly collection when his mom bought him a book named ‘Travels of Monarch X’ which told him about how butterflies migrated to Central America. This book aroused an interest in him for exploring more of what was to come and started studying more about monarch butterflies. Q2) How did his mother help him? Ans) His mother played a turning role in the life of the scientist as she used to buy him telescopes, microscopes, cameras, mounting equipment and used to try to help him by getting him things to learn in the evening when he used to be free. She also used to take him out on field trips and the book Travels of Monarch X was also bought by her. So we can say that the mother played a very important role in the making of what he was. Q3) What lesson does Ebright learn when he does not win anything at a science fair? Ans) He learnt that just by showing neat and clean simple slides won’t make him win anything but the actual experiment that he will perform will help him win the prize at any fair. Q4) What experiments and projects does he then undertake? Ans) He did an experiment to see the cause of the viral disease that kills nearly all the monarchs after a few years and also took up a project to prove that the viceroy butterflies copy monarchs to survive by behaving like them. Q5) What are the qualities that go into the making of a scientist? Ans) According to the chapter, there are three qualities that a person needs to have to be a scientist. Firstly, a first – rated mind, secondly, curiosity and thirdly, the will to win for the right reasons.
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Q1- Bholi had many apprehensions about going to school. What made her feel that she was going to a better place than her home? A1- In the beginning, Bholi was scared of the idea of going to school. She was reminded of their cow Lakshmi who had been turned out of the house and sold off. It was when for the first time in her life that she was bathed, her hair washed and oiled and was dressed in clean clothes, that she felt that she was going to some better place than her home. She had never received such attention and care before. Q2- How did Bholi’s teacher play an important role in changing the course of her life? A2- Bholi was always laughed at by everyone. People used to call her dumb and laughed at her when she would fumble while speaking. This made her sad and a low confident child who would remain quiet and sit with her head bent down into her knees. It was on the first day of her school that her teacher discovered her problem of being low confident due to her inability to speak clearly. She encouraged Bholi and treated her in a polite manner. Bholi was never treated like this by anyone. Her teacher told her that with practice she could become a learned person who could speak properly without stammering. This filled her with hope and led to a change in the course of her life. Q3- Why did Bholi at first agree to an unequal match? Why did she later reject the marriage? What does this tell us about her? A3- Bholi agreed to marry an unequal match because she had heard her parents discussing the marriage proposal. They said that she was lucky to get a bridegroom who was rich and was ready to marry her without taking dowry. He was unaware of Bholi’s pockmarks and dumbness. She had heard her mother say that if they did not accept the proposal, Bholi might remain unmarried all her life. Later, Bholi refused from the marriage because the bridegroom demanded five thousand rupees as dowry from her father. Moreover, it was unbearable for her to see her father pleading in front of him for the sake of his daughter and family’s honour. Her self respect made her refuse from marrying a greedy coward. Q4- Bholi’s real name is Sulekha. We are told this right at the beginning. But only in the last but one paragraph of the story is Bholi called Sulekha again. Why do you think she is called Sulekha at that point in the story? A4- The word “Bholi” means simpleton. On the other hand, the word Sulekha means a person with good handwriting. Throughout the story Bholi was sketched as a person who was a simpleton and never raised her voice for her betterment. At the end of the story she raised her voice for her self-respect and for her father’s dignity and refused to marry a greedy old man. The word Sulekha is used in the end to show her confidence, knowledge and ability to speak up against injustice.
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About the good old portugues days. They remember the loaves of bread made by Portuguese bakers.
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Paun Nandini 1 month ago

Valli was eight years old girl. She was brave and confident girl. She usually stands at the door and watch the bus everytime. Once she planned to have ride on the bus. She asked information about the bus and heard about the bus she planned everything to ride in the bus. She finally had a wonderful ride on the bus.
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Soumya Jena 1 month ago

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