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Y S 2 weeks, 5 days ago

at that day He was getting late for his home and he wanted to reach to his home early as possible so he decided
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Y S 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Franz realised that day the school was as silent as Sunday morning

Y S 2 weeks, 5 days ago

THE THIRD LEVEL

Bajarang Lal Sigar 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Chapter name is My Mother at sixty six.

Meena 🌸 3 weeks, 4 days ago

The Last Lesson -By Alphonse Daudet

Ssrowni Alps 3 weeks, 5 days ago

What did franz notice that was unusua about the school that day
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Arya Salunkhe 4 weeks ago

As the Y. M. C. A pool is safe as compared to Yakima river which is treacherous and has so many drowning incidents,Y. M. C. A pool is just two to three feet deep at shwallow end and nine feet at other...

Rachit Dwivedi 4 weeks ago

Because at there the water flow is slow and not so deep 😇
(a) On the basis of your reading of the passage, make notes on it in points only, using abbreviations, wherever necessary. Also suggest a suitable title. (b) Write a summary of the passage in not more than 80 words, using the notes you have made. The first crisis the lunar explorers faced came just short of moon fall. The Apollo 11 Lunar Module, code – named ‘eagle’, was still 9.5 km (6 miles) up when the vital guidance computer began flashing an alarm. It was overloading. Any second it could give up the ghost under the mounting pressure and nothing the two astronauts could do would save the mission. Emergencies were nothing new to Commander Neil Armstrong but he and his co – pilot Buzz Aldrin hadn’t even practiced for this one on the ground – no one believed it could happen. Sweeping feet first towards their target, they pressed ahead as controllers on Earth waited heart – in – mouth. Racing against the computer, Eagle slowed and then pitched upright to stand on its rocket plume and gave Armstrong his first view of the landing site. The wrong one! They had overshot by four miles into unfamiliar territory and were heading straight for a football field size crater filled with boulders “the size of Volkswagens”. With his fuel running out, and only a minute’s flying time left, Armstrong coolly accelerated the hovering Eagle beyond the crater, touching 88 km/h (55mph). Controllers were puzzled and alarmed by the unplanned manoeuvres. Mission Director George Hale pleaded silently: “Get it down, Neil. Get it down.” The seconds ticked away. “Forward, drifting right,” Aldrin said. And then, with less than 20 seconds left, came the magic word: “Contact!” Armstrong spoke first: “Tranquillity base here, the Eagle has landed.” His words were heard by 600 million people – a fifth of humanity. About six and a half hours later, Eagle’s front door was opened and Armstrong backed out onto a small porch. He wore a €200,000 moon suit, a sort of thermos flask capable of stopping micrometeoroids travelling 30 times faster than a rifle bullet. He carried a backpack which weighed 49 kg and enough oxygen for a few hours. Heading down the ladder, Armstrong unveiled a €200,000 TV camera so the world could witness his first step: “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” It was 3.56 am, 21 July, 1969.
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Pagal Ji 1 month ago

Konsi bhai
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Manav Sharma 1 month ago

Linguistic chauvinism is having an absurdly extravagant pride in one’s language. M. Hamel was deeply in love with French language but his love does not amount to linguistic chauvinism. Though he reveals the importance of learning one’s own language. On the other hand the people of Alsace and Lorraine were made victims of learning German.
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Manav Sharma 1 month ago

M. Hamel was a true French man. Teaching at Alsace for forty years, he had become a part of its people. He was an honest teacher. He did not blame his students alone for poor learning. He also held himself responsible for the same. He was very patriotic as he appealed to his countrymen to hold fast to their mother tongue to be free from the Prussians. According to him the French language was the most beautiful, the clearest and the most logical language in the world. He appealed to his countrymen to guard it and never forget it. He was emotionally attached to the school and all his students. However, he was very brave and strong. He was really sorry for not making sincere efforts to teach French to his countrymen. At the end, he became so emotional that he could not speak.?:-)
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Manav Sharma 1 month ago

The psychiatrist of Charley called him having a waking-dream-wish-fulfilment. Since the Third Level was all his fantasy, his wife Louisa too asked him not to look for the Third Level anymore. The narrator took to stamp collecting. One day while looking through his worthy collection, Charley noticed a first day cover which he believed not to have seen before. This cover was addressed to his grandfather and mailed to him at his home in Galesburg. It was on July 18, 1894. Definitely his grandfather must have put it in his collection and the same must be lying there since long. Since it was a first day cover, consequently, it was not opened. There was a blank paper in it. By chance Charley opened it. On opening it was found that it had a letter from Sam. He had reached Galesburg and was living very happily. He had found the place very charming, peaceful and serene. It was also written in the letter that Charley should come to Galesburg and look for the Third Level. In other words, the letter appeared to be Charley's imagination like his escape into the Third Level. The psychiatrist too had warned him that his stamp collection was a mode of escaping into the past.
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Jatin Lodhi 2 weeks, 4 days ago

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Saniya Lodha 1 month ago

For their survival

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Rag picking was main source
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Manav Sharma 1 month ago

above us, the oceans without an end, the mountains standing tall and so on. Nature nourishes the survival needs of plants, animals and humans alike. It provides the essential components of oxygen, sunlight, soil and water. Several other products are obtained indirectly from nature which includes timber, paper, medicinal herbs, fibers, cotton, silk and various kinds of food. To fulfill the demand for these products, human beings have now engaged in the slaughter of trees and the destruction of nature. Different industries also poison nature with harmful gases and chemicals in addition to using excessive natural resources. It is the need of the hour now to reduce natural damage, reuse goods and recycle used elements to form newer ones. People from all parts of the world should come together to lessen the pressure on nature and restore its balance.

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