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Muskan Gulia 1 week, 1 day ago

It was made up of stones on the rocks above narrow beach

Atharva Verma 1 week, 5 days ago

Made of rocks

Kalpana Rawat 2 weeks, 1 day ago

Rock made house

Vivek Yadav 2 weeks, 1 day ago

It made up of like a Japanese house

Badal Kumar 2 weeks, 1 day ago

Rent
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Priyanshu Kumar 1 week, 4 days ago

Ye kya hai🤔🤔

Nandini Nandini Singh 1 week, 6 days ago

Champaran ,bihar

Joy Singh 2 weeks, 2 days ago

Bihar
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Vidushi Daga 1 week, 5 days ago

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Sakshi Sharma 2 weeks, 5 days ago

1.my approach will be that we should give one chance to the students and we should make some rules for our class while going to canteen.
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Chintu Singh Bagri 3 weeks, 2 days ago

Go on yours English Subject then download your sample paper as pdf
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Anas Vakeel Ahmed 3 weeks, 6 days ago

M c q English core
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Deepanshu Chhikara 4 days, 11 hours ago

The instructor made Douglas practice five days a week, an hour each day. He put belt around Douglas. A rope was attached to belt. The rope went through the pulley. He was made to go back and forth across the pool. Then the instructor taught him how to exhale and inhale inside water. This made Douglas a swimmer "piece by piece" Now your spelling of swimmer is wrong ❌

Karishma Yadav 4 days, 16 hours ago

Instructor help him to come out of fear and taught swimming piece by piece

Kalpana Rawat 2 weeks, 1 day ago

He help come out from fear and taught swimming piece by piece
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Sakshi Sharma 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Poetic devices are-alliteration ,repetation,metaphor,simile,irony,transferred epithet,personification,anaphora...etc.
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Sakshi Sharma 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Trees sprinting- personification Ashen like that of a corpse-simile Simple and smile and smile-repetition Merry children spilling -metaphor My mother,that thought - alliteration
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I. Read the passage given below. Marooned in the South Atlantic Ocean between Argentina and Antarctica, the glaciated peaks and billowing tundra grasses of South Georgia cast a dramatic scene. Though the crescent-shaped island is technically a British Overseas Territory, it’s also claimed by Argentina and is so remote and hard to get to that many people have never even heard of it. There’s no airport, so the only access is by boat from Tierra del Fuego or the Falkland Islands, a journey of at least two days and nights across some of the roughest seas in the world. But South Georgia’s remote location is the island’s secret blessing, because here, well away from humans, nature is flourishing. In fact, South Georgia has such a stunning and surprising array of biodiversity that this near-Antarctic oasis is often referred to as “The Galapagos of the Poles”. Located about 1,000 km east of the Falkland Islands, South Georgia is the largest dot in a spectacularly picturesque but inhospitable archipelago called South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. It’s about 160km from tip to toe and covers an area of about 3,527 sq km. The island was first spotted by sailors in the 17th Century, but it wasn’t until 1775 that Captain James Cook made the first landing. It’s a harsh but magnificent environment, where snow-capped mountains more than 2,000 m tall plunge into deep fjords, and crystal blue glaciers calve into the frigid waters with a thundering rumble. Three-fourths of the island is covered in permanent ice and snow; and with no major land masses nearby for protection, it’s frequently battered by vicious South Atlantic winds. South Georgia has no permanent residents. Around 30 people live here temporarily, made up of scientists at the King Edward Point research base and summer staff who manage the visitor centre and museum for the few tourists willing and able to make the long journey. They come on small cruise ships or yachts, crossing from Ushuaia, Argentina, via the Falkland Islands and then on to Antarctica. But there is no accommodation on the island for visitors, and access is restricted, with landings limited to just 100 people on shore for no more than a few hours at a time. All this makes South Georgia one of the least-visited tourist destinations in the world, with only around 10,000 visitors last year. Remarkably, this inhospitable frozen rock is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet. In 2011, a British Antarctic Survey study identified almost 1,500 different animal species in and around the island – from tinyworms to mammoth blue whales – leading scientists to conclude that South Georgia boasts more biodiversity than the Galapagos Islands. South Georgia’s surprising array of life stems from its proximity to the Antarctic Convergence, a natural boundary where the warmer waters of the Atlantic Ocean meet the colder waters of the Southern Ocean. The resulting nutrient-rich currents create perfect conditions for Antarctic krill, which then attract predators like fish, whales, seals and penguins. (Credit: Bella Falk) Based on your understanding of the passage, answer any eight out of the ten questions by choosing the correct option. Q.1 The writer is stunned by the islands A. Natural beauty b. remoteness c. bio uniformity d. shape Q.2 ‘Collocation’ is two or more words that often go together. The writer says that the island has a surprising array of life Select the word from the options that doesn’t collocates with array A. Formidable b. vast c. bewildering d. down Q.3 Rearrange the following sentences to depict the correct order of thought from paragraph 1 to 4 1. There are no permanent residents on the island 2. The first explorer to land on the island 3. Diversity of life 4. Once an overseas territory of Britain A. 1,2,3,4 B. 4,2,1,3 C. 1,4,3,2 D.4,2,3,1 Q.4 The most likely signboard you would see on reaching the island A. HAPPY STAY B. GOOD NIGHT C. 2 DAYS FREE D. RESEARCH BASE Q.5 Which of the following represents the shape of the island South Georgia? A. B. C. D Q6. Which of the following is a part of South Georgian biodiversity? A. Chimpanzee b. seal c. cobra d. tiger Q7. Select the option that correctly describes South Georgia A. off-lying b. approachable c. snug d. forested Q8. Which option describes the feeling of the narrator? A. Frustrated b. disillusioned c. anxious d. amazed Q9. The South Georgian island has been compared to A. The Poles b.The Archipelago c.The Galapagos d. The Marooned Q10. The number of permanent residents in South Georgia is A. 30 b. around 30 c. 100 d. none of the options
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Ashu Arya Non Medical 1 month, 1 week ago

Because as in winter due to fog moon looses her brightness and become dull whearas mother is car also her face is also dull and faded and loses her charmness

Mangal Singh 1 month, 1 week ago

As late winters moon looks hazy and obscure. It has lack of shine. Just as poet's mother has ashen face resembling a corpose

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Muskan Gulia 3 days, 18 hours ago

He have taught France only not history go and check in book

Deepanshu Chhikara 3 days, 20 hours ago

Mr M Hamel is a good teacher he gave his faith full service of 40years in teaching and he is a teacher of history and France .
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Atharva Verma 1 month, 1 week ago

No, it's not a myth. It is a serious condition by which the Earth's temperature is increasing due to the increase in the concentration of CO2 into the atmosphere.

Tushar Solanki 1 month, 1 week ago

Bro you living in "galat family" leave it .
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Muskan Gulia 3 days, 18 hours ago

Yess it is all his imagination because charely was fed up by the fight and war and he want to escape from this world and want to go on that place there is peace only

Muskan Gulia 1 week, 1 day ago

Yess

Ngahboikim Lhouvum 1 month, 1 week ago

Yes . Charlie wanted to escape the reality of today's world and the third level was his medium of escape .

Harshita Singh 1 month, 1 week ago

Yes it was his way of escapism from the harsh reality

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