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Gaurav Seth 10 hours ago

Pyotr Petrovich Milkin was portrayed as an irresponsible man and a coward. He visited Kondraski family frequently and had dinner with the family.

It was obvious that Pyotr was in love with Nastya, Kondraski’s daughter. However, in order to escape from marriage commitments, he lied to Kondraski saying he was a drunkard and was a mad person and always went to the extreme of getting a medical certificate from a doctor certifying he was mad but Kondraski did not believe him.

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Yogita Ingle 11 hours ago

Yes , I think they spice our lives and make us feel joy but sometimes it can hurts someone feelings so we should do jokes but make sure that it don't hurt anyone feelings.

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Yogita Ingle 19 hours ago

No, Albert was not impolite while answering questions of history teacher. He just kept his point of view in front of the teacher as he could see know reason why one should learn dates ; one could always look them up in book. It is a matter of personal choice and depends on which subject a person is interested in.

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Ramji Goi 3 days, 10 hours ago

Comment on the atti shown by taplow towards crocker Harris
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Neha Kataria 3 days, 2 hours ago

According to Mr.Koch Albert was an extra ordinary student...... He was brilliant in mathematics Mr.Koch said to him soon you will teach me.... He even says to Albert that you are wasting your time here... Through this he meant that he knows much and more than the class in which he was studying.

Yogita Ingle 3 days, 11 hours ago

According to Mr.Koch, Albert is the most intelligent student and also has great ability as well as knowledge.

Apart from that, he is most brilliant student in the class in subject of maths.

Overall, he is so intelligent that he soon can be able to teach his own teacher due to his ability.

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Gaurav Seth 3 days, 14 hours ago

Man is the eye of the landscape because man is the center of life. The entire creation plan is incomplete without him. Man plays the key role in linking heaven and earth; he is the channel of communication between both the worlds. As human body is incomplete without the eye, so the entire creation is incomplete without man. Hence, he is ‘the eye of the landscape’.

According to Chinese philosophy Shanshui, which means ‘mountain water’. The mountain represents ‘Yang’, the male principle; and water signifies Yin, the female principle. There is also a third element, the Middle Void, in which the interaction between Yin and Yang takes place.

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Gaurav Seth 3 days, 14 hours ago

Visitors from different places came to the Tut’s grave to pay him respect.  They watched the frescos on the walls of the burial chamber and stared at Tut’s face with keen interest. Some visitors read noiselessly from their guidebooks about the life of the young pharaoh. Everyone tried to make a scrutiny about the death mystery of the young pharaoh. The mummy was of great interest to everyone.

and upheaval and lead to regrets that leave you sad and depressed. Some mistakes are irreversible then is there room for hope? 3. In fact, there are no mistakes, only experiences. There are no problems only challenges. Every experience teaches us something in life. Every mistake inspires retrospection and introspection. The experience is humbling and it makes us wiser. That is, if every mistake is regarded as an experience and not as a source of self condemnation. Many times people are unable to reconcile with the change grooved in the blame culture and rooted in the past, they had to realise the life time benefits they receive from changes. 4. Nature abounds in examples of flexibility and relocation in case of birds and beasts. Scientific research in the behaviour0 of birds has confirmed this. Birds, animals and even nomads, travel miles and miles in search of better food, congenial climate and safety. These relocations may cause some amount of stress, no doubt, but they are the source of survival: helping to group bonding and cooperation; and to explore the beauty of new space and better environment. 5. To the weak problems are stumbling blocks, to the brave, they are stepping stones." An untimely resignation and or termination letter is certainly traumatic and disturbing. But think of possibilities it can throw open for you. A young man felt disappointed when he failed an interview for a corporate job. At that point of time, he left dejected. Today, looking back he says, "It was a blessing in disguise. I would have never reached this far." Some mistakes bring in a very important message. "Believe and achieve! And in order to do so, faith is essential. It is the triple faith that men need today. faith in one self, faith in the world around us, and above all faith in God!" (A) On the basis of your reading of the above passage, make notes on it using heading and subheadings. Also use recognizable abbreviations, where ever necessary (Minimum 4). Supply a suitable title. (3 Marks) (B) Write a summary of the above passage in your own words.
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Legendary 3 days, 19 hours ago

Mahabharat
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Neha Kataria 3 days, 2 hours ago

Gøød

Uzma Fatima Uzma 3 days, 11 hours ago

Fine
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Gaurav Seth 3 days, 22 hours ago

Before heading cast from Cape Town, the narrator employed two crewmen. They were Larry Vigil and Swiss Herb Seigler. They were to help them ‘to take one of the world’s roughest seas, the Southern Indian Ocean. Larry and Herb did their job quite well. When the gigantic wave’s struck Wavewalker, they continued pumping water out of the boat.

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Yogita Ingle 3 days, 23 hours ago

A large number of tourists from around the world came to see the famous rock-cut tomb of Tut. They came down some 26 feet underground to pay their respect. They watched at the murals on the walls. They gazed at Tut’s gilded face and the outer coffin lid. Some stood there pondering Tut’s untimely death.

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Yogita Ingle 5 days, 19 hours ago

In The Portrait of a Lady’ Khushwant Singh draws a pen-picture of his grandmother. He describes how he spent his childhood with her in the village. He also describes the changes that came in their relationship in the city. Ultimately, he describes the moving scene of her death.

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Gaurav Seth 5 days, 21 hours ago

FI 31, Gandhi colony

 Surat

 5th February 2001

The Principal

Manisha Academy

 Surat

 Madam,

 Subject: Insufficient copies of Question Bank of English

 With due regard, I wish to state that CBSE has recently supplied a book containing the question bank of English to the schools but they are not available in sufficient quantity in the school library. My sister Nita, who is studying in class X in your school, has not been able to get the book so far. Since this book contains the questions patterned on the revised guidelines and the examination format, it is indispensable for the students. I request you to kindly arrange some more books for the library to meet the demands of the students.

 I sincerely hope you will look into the matter.

Thanking you

Yours faithfully

Vinod/Sarita

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Dipanshi Sharma 6 days, 11 hours ago

She was too old that author can't imagine that she was used to be young at a time.
Very old
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Yogita Ingle 1 week ago

Jon calls his father the best daddy and captain in the world because he had found the island which was their only hope of survival. Further, the narrator had consistently tried to assure the family that they all would be safe and at the end, had  succeeded in fulfilling his assurances proving to be a responsible and supportive father to his children.

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Shivam Sahu 1 week, 1 day ago

How are you

Yogita Ingle 1 week, 2 days ago

Before heading cast from Cape Town, the narrator employed two crewmen. They were Larry Vigil and Swiss Herb Seigler. They were to help them ‘to take one of the world’s roughest seas, the Southern Indian Ocean. Larry and Herb did their job quite well. When the gigantic wave’s struck Wavewalker, they continued pumping water out of the boat.

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Gaurav Seth 1 week, 3 days ago

When the English came to our land, they did not bring the industrialisation alone. They carried with themselves their culture, their religion and their language to our home. We, who had been ruled by the Slaves and the Moguls for centuries were now about to face yet another foreign dominance, which was to leave an impact on us that was to live for ever in the future. The biggest of all influences was the language English. Even after so many years of independence, we Indians are not able to pull ourselves out of this inferiority complex. They ruled our nation once and now even after so many decades, they rule our minds. We consider those inferior who do not know the English language. It is nothing but a language after all, why feel so proud about it when it is not even ours. Yes it is a global language and it is good to know foreign languages, however we must treat a language as language only and not as a status symbol.

This falsehood has been reflected very well in the story. The narrator, Shyama, showed how when Ranga returns from Bangalore, after completing his studies, the way people anticipated his return and the excitement on knowing that Ranga now knew English, “a priceless commodity”. They all wanted to see if there has been any change in Ranga after studying English in Bangalore. However, there was no change or little in Ranga's personality. He even did the traditional namaskar to Shyama by bowing down and touching his feet.

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Teresa Kamei 1 week, 4 days ago

Mrs Dorling was an extremely rude person that can be well judged by the way she treaded the narrator. She faked complete ignorance when ask if she recognized the narrator. She was extremely unwilling to strike a polite decent conversation with the narrator. She chose convenient over etiquettes in inviting her inside the house. She was very discourteous and impolite. She was a neighbour of the narrator long time ago. The narrator, a young woman, went to Mrs Dorling's house in Holland to fetxh her belongings back from her house when she use to live in 1940s.
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Gaurav Seth 1 week, 4 days ago

The scene is set in a school where Taplow arrives to do extra work on the last day for Mr. Crocker-Harris as he missed a day before. He finds Frank, a science teacher in the school. Frank asked him his name and the reason he is there that day. Taplow studies in the lower fifth standard and is about to get his result from his teacher Mr. Harris. Mr. Crocker-Harris usually reveals the result on the last day of school and unlike every other teacher, he follows the rules and regulations strictly.

They both started having a conversation where Frank asked him several questions. We don’t see Mr. Crocker-Harris in the whole chapter but we get to know a lot about him.

Taplow wants to take science as a remove because he finds the subject extremely interesting. Frank, on the other hand, doesn’t like what he teaches in the school. Mr. Croker-Harris is ‘hardly human’ as he never shrivels up. He told Taplow that he will get what he deserves. Nothing less and nothing more and this makes him tensed. Taplow further imitates Mr. Harris twice in front of Frank.

Franks admits that he envies Mr. Crocker-Harris because of the effect he has on them. Taplow told him that he never shows his emotions like other teachers and never beats them up like other masters.

He is not a sadist.

As they were deeply engaged in a conversation, Millie enters and comes with a shopping bag. She asked Taplow to go out and come back in a quarter of an hour as Mr. Crocker-Harris will be late. If her husband arrives earlier, she will take the blame. She further gives him a prescription and instructs him to purchase medicines for her from the chemist. Taplow follows and goes away to do the job.

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