Dec 21, 2014

Question Answers Of King Bruce and The Spider | English Literature | Class 4

Question 1 : What does king Bruce learn from the spider ?


Question 2 : What is the tale that "gossips" tell about King Bruce ?
Question 3 : What lesson does the poem teach you ?
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Answer 1: King Bruce had learnt most important lesson of life from the spider. Being disappointed with himself, he hid in a cave as he could not succeed in driving away the English from Scotland after fighting battle. He was lying in a state of despair and almost decided that he would not be fighting any more battle against the English just then his eyes fell on a spider; which was hanging by its silken thread and was trying to climb up to reach its cobweb. It failed several times.The King felt that spider would not make any more attempt as it had failed 9 times . But to the King's surprise once again spider climbed up its silken thread and slowly and steadly it was able to reach its destination. Thus the little spider taught him that failure is a stepping stone to success if one doesn't stop trying.

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King Bruce learnt very important lesson of his life from the spider. The spider fell down and was hanging with its silken thread. After that the spider kept trying continuously. Ultimately the spider reached its destination after 9 attempts. Thus the little spider taught him that failure is a stepping stone to success if one doesn't stop trying.


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Answer 2: The success of the spider arouse a ray of hope in the heart of King Bruce. He shook off his despair, Thus began to organise his men once again. And this time the "gossip" tell the King Bruce had not only won the battle but also was successful in driving away the English from his Kingdom, Scotland.

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Answer 3: We know that no man is perfect. Even then we always hope of achieving success only. This is not always possible. Sometimes, we also meet with failure. Instead of being disappointed with ourselves, We must recognise our drawbacks and try to rectify our errors; which are the causes of our failures. We must never give up hope and keep on trying until we succeed.

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Dec 11, 2014

Question Answer of The Hot Air Balloon | English Literature

Question 1 :

What gave the Montgolfier brothers the idea of flying ?

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Question 2 :

The brothers did not know an important fact about the flying. What was the fact ?

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Question 3 :

How was the balloon launched in Annonay different from the one launched in Paris   ?

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Question 4 :

why did the villagers of Gonesse attack the balloon when it descended?

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Question 5 :

which animals went up in hot air balloon ? Did they land safely?

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Question 6 :

What do you think the king only wanted the criminals to be sent up on a hot air balloon?

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Answer 1:  Montgolfier brothers were sitting in front of the fire . they noticed some small pieces of scorched paper floating up the chimneys. this game them the idea of flying . 


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Answer 2: The important fact that the Montgolfier brothers did not know about the flying balloons ; was that the balloon rose up because the hot air inside the balloon was lighter than air outside it . As soon as the gas cooled down, the balloon descended.

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Answer 3:  The balloon that was launched in Amonay by Montgolfier brothers used the method of burning papers ;which hot air helped the balloon to rise up in the air . However the balloon launched in Paris by professor Jackques Charles, used the hydrogen gas ;which was lighter than air. 

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Answer 4: The villagers of Gonesse became terrified and scared of descended huge balloon, because of its unpleasant smell . they thought it an unknown monster. Therefore they attacked it with knives and forks.

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Answer 5: the animals that went up in hot-air balloon were a rooster, a duck and a sheep.   Yes they landed safely and were found to be safe and sound.

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Answer 6: the king of France , Louis wanted only criminal to be sent in the hot-air balloon because he thought that going up in the air for a person could be dangerous to tryout as the life ofthe people could be at risk. As the life of the criminals were of no use to the society . Sa the king wanted the experiment to be carried out with the criminals only.

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Nov 29, 2014

Question Answer of 'The Light of Other Days' Poem-English Literature

By ------ Thomas Moore

Question 1: What does the poet remember before falling asleep?
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Question 2: Why is the poet sad ?
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Question 3: To what does the poet compare his friends as well as himself ?
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Question 4 : Describe the banquet hall ?
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Answer 1: The poet Thomas Moore before falling asleep remembers both the fond of memories and sad memories of his youth. Hey remembers woy well the joys the sorrow and the words of love spoken during his boy hood days . He also remembers how one by one his friends have left him and have gone to another world and how the cheerful hearts of their young age have broken as they have sometimes failed to achieve their aim or goal in their lives .


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Answer 2: The poet is sat on remembering how he has missed his friend one by one as they have left the world leaving him behind. He also feels sad to remember how the cheerful hearts of their young age have broken as they have sometimes failed to achieve their aim or goal in their lives.
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Answer 3: The poet compared his friends to leaves which have fallen in winter around him. He compares himself to one ; who works alone in a banquet hall.
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Answer 4: After the celebration of any occasion, the banquet hall is deserted, its lights have been put off, its garland are dead. Everyone has departed from that place except the poet who walks alone in the deserted banquet hall with a heavy heart.
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Nov 16, 2014

A Creative Powerpoint Presentation of Rajasthan

This presentation can be viewed as reference of making such presentation of Rajasthan a tourist place of India.

It can also be downloaded from

 here https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0MdmbceXr6Ua1lhSGpUZ1NRUWM&export=download] for your personal use.
It is very helpful to generate creativity of the students to make another such type of presentation. 
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Nov 10, 2014

Question Answer of 'My Brother My Brother' | English Literature

By Norah Burke [ 1905-1983]
My Brother My Brother English Literature

Question 1:Why was Sher Singh's father given the title of "Bahadur "?
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Question 2: Sher Singh's mother did not weep even though her child was ailing? What is the narrator trying to tell the reader by saying this ?
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Question 3:Where was Sher Singh's father on that night?
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Question 4 : Why did the mother feel that Sher Singh would never go to the hospital?

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Question 5: What were the dangers that Sher Singh was scared of ?
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Question 6: How do you think Sher Singh felt when he heard these words of the doctor "your brother is Clive "?
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Question 7: Whom did Sher Singh encountered first in the jungle? What did he do then ?
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Question 8: what sight did Sher Singh see when he came to the banks of the second river?
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Question 9: how did Sher Singh reached the hospital ?
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Answer 1: Sher Singh father was given the title of "Bahadur" the brave because he was a famous and brave hunter and whenever an expedition entered the jungle in search of big game either to shoot or photography them, they sent for him. Moreover all along his skull and back shoulder went a scar where claws had opened his flesh to the bone when he was pulling a comrade away from a tiger


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Answer 2: Sher Singh's mother did not weep even though her child was ailing because there had been other children whom she had lost through cholera and influenza before. The author is trying to tell the reader that Sher Singh's mother was now too strong to bear any kind of pain even if it was a loss of her own son as because this incident hyyuuuyyhy6ad occurred before.


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Answer 3: Sher Singh's father on that night was away in the jungle along with the other men of laldwani village as beaters with a photographic expedition.
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Answer 4: Sher Singh's mother felt that Sher Singh would never get to the hospital at Kalaghat; which was eight kilometer away from their village, because Sher Singh himself was a small boy of twelve years old and carrying his younger brother Kunwar on his back to all the way to the hospital was just an impossible task to be performed by Sher Singh.
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Answer 5: The danger that Sher Singh was scared of primeval forest with its animals like the monkeys, the peacocks, tigers, panthers, bears and elephants.
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Answer 6: When Sher Singh heart the doctor saying that `his brother would live` Sher Singh must be extremely delighted for his mother whom he could make happy by performing the impossible task of saving his ailing brother's life and also proud of himself for keeping up his father's name and acting with responsibilities during his absence.
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Answer 7: In the jungle, Sher Singh first encountered a herd of elephant which was coming towards him and his brother. Sher Singh was chilled with fright and since he could neither climb nor run with Kunwar, he started praying on and on till the herd of elephant disappeared into the forest.


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Answer 8:When Sher Singh came to the bank of the second river, he saw a big head of snow which must have melted the previous day as a result of which the river flooded and was flowing with great philosophy. The bridge was submerged and only a fierce crest of water was visible. The boulders were moving and the branches were caught against the bridge. Finally a tree churned and crashed against drowned bridge flowing up its bamboo ribs like a fan.


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Answer 9: After swimming through the two flooded rivers, Sher Singh somehow managed to reach a shore safely. Then he started walking and when his knees gave away he started crawling till he somehow reached the road. Finally he heard the yap of pi-dogs and then he came across people. From there he travel in a bullock cart and then a truck dropped them to the hospital at Kalaghat.


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Sep 30, 2014

Daily Routine Essay In Hindi for Class 2 | प्रतिदन की नियमावली निबंध हिंदी में

1 बहुत सुबह जल्दी उठता हू  ।
 2. मै अपने दांत खुद साफ करता हूं।
 3. उसके बाद मै नहाने जाता हूँ। 
 4.तब मैं नाश्ता करता हूँ ।
5. मै  सात बजे (7.00)   स्कूल जाता हूँ ।
6. मैं करीब  डेढ़ बजे (1:30 ) पर स्कूल से घर वापस आता हूँ ।
7. मैं  रोजाना  दोपहर को  भोजन  करने के बाद  एक घंटा  आराम करता हूँ । 
8. शाम को एक घंटे के लिए अपने दोस्त के साथ खेलता हूँ। 
9. उसके बाद थोड़ा आराम करके शाम को  दूध पीता हूँ। 
११. फिर मै  अध्ययन के लिए बैठ जाता हूँ ।
 10. कभी कभी मैं कंप्यूटर पर बैठते हैं और पेंटशॉप और लोगो करता  हूँ ।
11. 9 बजे मै थोड़े देर के लिए कार्टून देखता हूँ ।
 12. साढ़े नौ बजे मै रात का खाना खा लेता हूँ ।
13. अंत में मै दस  बजे बिस्तर पर चला जाता हूँ ।
14. मैं भी छुट्टी पर अपने शौक के रूप में पेंटिंग करते हैं। 
15. मैं खाली समय में छोटी कहानी पढता हूँ ।
16. मैं यूट्यूब वीडियो की मदद से कागज मॉडल बनाता हूँ । 
17. कभी कभी मैं कंप्यूटर पर ऐंग्री बर्ड गेम खेलता हूँ ।
 18. रविवार को मै और मेरी दीदी  जम के  कार्टून देखते हैं।
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Sep 3, 2014

Question Answer of 'Daffodils' | English Literature

Question 1: Describe in your own words the poet's feelings when he sees the host of golden?

Answer 1: The poet was thrilled to see a host of golden daffodils by the side of the lake under the trees moving their head in a joyful dance . They seemed to be dancing like a human being expressing their energy and joy. When the poet saw the flowers, his imagination traveled to another world to find a comparison. He was reminded of the stars twinkling in the milky way at night . The long line of the daffodils flowers bore comparison with the bright stars seen across the night sky

Question 2: Why does the poet say I gazed and gazed but a little thought / what wealth that show to me had brought?

Answer 2: the poet was alone full stop he was moving about aimlessly over the high valleys and hills watching the beautiful scenes of nature full stop suddenly he saw a great number of golden coloured flowers by the side of the lake under the trees moving their heads in joyful dance . Waves in the lake by the side of the flowers were also dancing but the daffodils flowers had outdone the waves in their expression of joy . A poet is found to be happy in such a joyful company of the dancing flowers and the waves. In sheer delight and surprise he could not decide what neath of joy this si sight has brought for him. He could perhaps gazed the pleasure of the present moment but he could not imagine how again and again in future he would recall and re-live this experience.
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1:" I wondered lonely vales and hills. "
Question a: Who wonder like a lonely cloud and wear ?
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Question b: Who does he come across while wondering ?
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Question c: where where the daffodils and what where they doing ?
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2:" Continuous as the stars....... milkyway. "
Question a: What is been compare to the stars and why ?
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Question b: Whom did the daffodils out do and how ?
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Question c: About which jocund company is the poet referring to ?
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Question d: What happened to the narrator after the change got ever in his life?
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1:" I gazed and gazed ........ me had brought . "
Question a: Which wealth is referred to by the poet?
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Question b: what happens to the poet when he is sometime in a pensive mood?
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Question c: What is the bliss of solitude referred to here?
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Answer of Reference context 1:

Answer a: The poet William Woodsworth wanders like a lonely cloud over the valleys and hills .


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Answer b:While wandering among the valleys and hills the poet comes across the host of the golden daffodils flowers .


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Answer c: The doaffodills flowers were by the side of the lake under the trees. They were fluttering under in the breeze as if they were dancing like human bein expressing their joy and energy .


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Answer of Reference context 2:

Answer a:The host of golden daffodils by the side of the lake under the tree has been compared to the stars. A milky way is a cluster of star which sign brightly across a huge stretch of space . similarly like the stars in the milky way the poet feels that the daffodils are not only uncountable but also they are dancing with full energy and joy in never ending line along the margin of the lake .


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Answer b: The daffodils outdid the wares in the lake. The daffodils seems to be dancing like human being expressing their joy and energy when the breeze blew over them. Both the flowers and waves seems to have competition to show their feelings and expressions.


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Answer c: The poet is referring to the jocund company of the host of golden daffodils dancing in joy by the side of the lake under the trees. Along with them the waves in the lake too were dancing by the side of the daffodils . A poet was bound to be happy in such a joyful company of the daffodils and the waves.


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Answer of Reference context 3:

Answer a: The wealth which is referred to here by the poet means wealth of joy and happiness; which actually comes from happy and fond memories when the poet saw a host of golden daffodils by the side of the lake beneath the trees.


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Answer b: Whenever the poet lived on his couch in a unoccupied and sad mood the fond and happy memory of the daffodil flowers flushed upon his eye of imagination which is a source of joy and inspiration to the poet in such his lonely mood.


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Answer c: By the term bliss of solitude " The poet wants to mean that he felt really happy in the joyful company of the daffodil flowers and the waves. Both the flowers and waves bear in a joyful mood. But they seemed to compete with each other in such a mood. The poet caught the joyful mood and thus become a part of nature itself. He only kept on watching the scene, unable to decide what wealth of joy, he had received from it. The greatest benefit of this experience was that whenever the poet lied on his couch in an unoccupied and sad mood, the fond and the sweet memory of the daffodils crushed upon his eye of imagination; which a source of joy and inspiration to the poet in his lonely and pensive mood.


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Keywords:daffodil flowers, best flowers
By William Wordsworth (1770-1850)
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Aug 27, 2014

Question Answer of Bewitched Jacket | English Literature

By Dino Buzzati Traverso (1906-1972)

Question 1: At the party, what was it about the stranger that do the narrator's attention?
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Question 2: What was it about the tailor that made the narrator feel uncomfortable?
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Question 3: what was the narrator plan to avoid letting the maid handle the bewitched jacket?
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Question 4 : how did the narrator establish connection between crime and the money he found?
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Question 5: Why did the narrator finally decide to destroy the jacket?
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Question 6: Which incident dampened the narrator's joy?
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Question 7: What change came over the narrator after he became wealthy?
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1:"How will be expensive, I imagined."
Question a: Who said these words and to whom and in which context?
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Question b: Who will be expensive?
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Question c: How did the tailor look?
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Question d: Why did the narrator find the tailor to be nice?
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Question e: Why was a Tuesday in April a special for the narrator?
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2:"Too late, too late! It said."
Question a: Who hears this words and where?
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Question b: Why did the narrator go there?
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Question c: What happened after the narrator burnt the jacket?
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Question d: What happened to the narrator after the change got ever in his life?
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Answer 1: At the reception part in a house with milan the narrator of the story "The Bewitched Jacked" met a man about forty years old; who look very handsome because of the clothes . The the narrator was amazed at the stranger gorgeous presence but he also did not feel to notice sad and gloomy face .


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Answer 2: After ordering the shirt to be made and giving all the instruction regarding his fittings to the tailor corticella, the narrator was returning home when he realised that tailor had left feeling uneasy perhaps because of his much-too-warm-smiles.
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Answer 3: When the narrator woke up the next morning after the maid arrived, she was amazed to see the narrator in bed wearing suit instead of his night dress . the narrator explained that he had been too tired the night before . The maid insisted the narrator to take off the suit. so that she could at least give it a brushing but the narrator went out immediately saying he had no time to change. The narrator hurriedly went to a store selling ready to wear clothes and bought a suit of the same kind like his bewitched suit, So that he could leave it in the maid's care and hide this suit in a safe place away from his maid's reach .
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Answer 4: the following 3 incidents those happen at the same time in and around the narrator city whenever the narrator drew money from the pocket of his bewitched jacket. It has forced him to establish a connection between the crime and the money he found. i) A bank robbery in uia plat mama by four criminals. In this a man was killed and an amount of fifty eight million euro was looted. ii) A terrible fire began in a ware house ofthe main street in San Clara and notary destroyed the half building but also the shapes of a large real state company; which had more than 135 million in cash. Two fireman were also killed while putting out the fire. iii) A sixty year old retired woman had killed herself because she had missed her monthly pension one-thousand lire which she had collected the day before and the money was with narrator at present.
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Answer 5: The narrator gradually got fed up with his bewitched jacket because he knew very well that he was alone responsible for all the crimes, blood sheds and deaths happening in an around his city. So he decided to destroy it in order to get rid of his jacket as he could no longer bear the pains that he himself was the only responsible person for whom people's lives had been ruined and he could also have a sign of relief.
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Answer 6:A bank's armoured car (covered with armour plate for security ) was carrying money to the main office when it was stopped and cleaned out in via Palmanova by four criminals . People gathered around the scene, one of the criminals began to shoot and a man was killed. The amount looters was fifty eight million lire. This bank robbery dampened the narrator's joy because it was the exact amount that the narrator drew out from the pocket of the bewitched jacket and hide it safely in side the trunk .


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Answer 7:After the narrator became wealthy, he bought a huge villa, paintings, big automobiles to drive around and left his job stating reasons of health in order to travel throughout the world.



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Answer a: The narrator said the words to the stranger; whom he met at the party in Paris where he was asking the stranger from where he has got his suit stitched.


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Answer b:the tailor will be expensive who are Alphonso Corticella who resided at Ferrers 17.
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Answer c: the tailor was a little old man with his hair dyed black and who has opened the door to let the narrator in.
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Answer d: The narrator find the tailor to be nice because he did not ask for the price of the suit where it was given ordered to be made.
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Answer e: A Tuesday in April was the special for the narrator because that was the day when the narrator had first won his new suit after its delivery and also discovered a ten thousand lire note in his pocket . It was also the day when he came to know that his jacket was a bewitched one.


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Answer of Reference context 2:

Answer a:The narrator hears the words between two huge boulders at a valley in the alps.


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Answer b: The narrator went there to burn the bewitched jacket in order to get rid of it.
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Answer c: After the narrator had burnt the jacket his car at the grassy clearing vanished, his villa had disappeared. There was no money left in his saving account and there was nothing but dust instead of the money in his old trunk.
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Answer d: After the change got over in the narrator of life he somehow had managed to get back his job with great difficulty. He was sad and worried but nobody took notice of his state he also had the apprehension that one day there tailor might came, ring his door bell and ask for the final statement of his account.
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Aug 9, 2014

Question Answers 'The Happy Prince' - English Literature | Reference to Context

Question 1: Why is the prince called happy? Was he really happy ? Question 2: Why does the Happy Prince send a Ruby for the seamstress ?
Question 3: For whom does the Prince give away his eyes and why ? Question 4 : Why did the Swallow not leave the Prince and go to Egypt?
Question 5: Why does God consider the leaden heart and the dead bird as the two most precious things in the city?

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Reference to the context 1: "I hope the town had made perfections."

Question 1: Who said these words to whom and 5?
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Question 2: Where does the Swallow find his shelter ?
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Question 3 : Why does the Swallow say that he had a golden bedroom ?
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Question 4: What happened when the Swallow prepared to go to sleep ?
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Reference to the context 2: " Dear little swallow, you tell me of marvelous things, but more marvelous than anything is the suffering man and of woman."
Question 1: Who said the above words and to whom?
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Question 2: What task does the Prince give to the Swallow .... ?
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Question 3: What does the Swallow witness?
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Question 4 : How does the Prince decide to help those needy people ?
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Answer 1: The Prince was happy indeed. Being a prince he lead a luxurious life and got everything or more on just a little command. He was always kept safely away from the misery and the harsh reality of life through a high boundary wall. He was happy indeed and was always so. He remain in his happy world where sorrow was not allowed to enter. He never got a chance to see the misery and the suffering of the poor and unprivileged people on the other side of the boundary. He was quite happy in his own way as he had never felt or experienced either physical or mental pain and sorrow of real world. He never had to cry from being unprivileged or been ever hungry. One cannot be deplored for being born into happiness as on cannot choose its destiny rather its destiny chooses who will be privileged and who will be not.
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Answer 2: The Happy Prince send the Ruby of its sword's hilt to the seamstress because she was suffering from acute poverty. Her face was thin and worn and she had course, red hand, all pricked by needle because she was embroidery passion flowers on satin gown for the loveliest of the queen's maids of honor to wear at next court ball.In a bed in the corner of her room, a little boy was lying down with fever and was asking for oranges. The poor mother had nothing to offer but river water which he didn't like to have. Moved by her sorrow, the Prince felt pity and so he offered the Ruby to the seamstress which would fetch her some money so she could be able to treat her ill son and could live comfortably for a few days.
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Answer 3: The Prince give away his eye which where rare sapphire to the young student in a garret and the match-girl because of the following reasons. The young man in the town who was an aspiring playwright was seen in a garret leaning over a desk covered with papers. He was trying to finish a play for the director of the theatre but was unable to do so because he was too cold to write and hunger had made him faint. The scene of the young man's suffering crossed the pity of the prince who commanded the Swallow to pluck out his sapphire eyes and give it to the young student to end his miserable days. The second of the sapphire eye the valuable gem was given to the match girl who's matches fell in the gutter and were all spoiled. Her father would beat her if she did not bring home some money in exchange of the matches and this brought tears in her eyes. She had neither shoes nor stocking and her little head was bared; which clearly showed that she was too poor to buy warm clothes. The prince moved by her sorrow and suffering, ordered the little Swallow to pluck out his other eye and hand it to her as she would be able to get enough money for her family.
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Answer 4: The little Swallow did not leave the happy prince and went to Egypt, because while playing with Prince for quite long the bird bagan to understand the feelings of human heart and its functioning. She started to feel the pain and the sorrow which human being suffered. The sacrifice of the Prince made the little Seallow aware that he too had to perform his own duty by being the princes a pair of eyes so that the good work of the Prince could be carried out till the last resource was available; which could benefit the poor.
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Answer 5: God considered the leaden heart of the Happy Prince and the dead Swallow as the two most precious things in the city as the Happy Prince had served the poor and the needy whole heartedly by providing them with the last resource of his body to bring back a little happiness into their lives and the bird had always remain his faithful messenger. These two had sacrificed their lives in serving the poor and the unprivileged; who are one of God's creation without having any expectation.
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Answer 1-1: the above words where spoken by the little Swallow. As his friends had gone to visit, he also decided to go there. So, all day long he flew and by night he arrived in a city. He decided to take rest and so expected that the town had preparations for giving him shelter .


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Answer 1-2: While searching shelter for the Swallow, noticed the statue on a tall column and decided to put there for the night between the feet of the statue the Happy Prince as it for its fine position with plenty of fresh air .
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Answer 1-3: The Swallow said that he had a golden bedroom because he had taken shelter between the feet of the Happy Prince's statue; which was gold plated .
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Answer 1-4: When the Swallow prepared to go to sleep in large drop of water fell on him which was curious as there was not a peck of cloud in the sky . The drop of water fell again on the bird; which made the birds decide to leave his place as soon as the bird looked up, he saw the eyes of the happy prince where filled with tears and teers where running down is golden cheeks. His face was so beautiful in the moonlight that the little Swallow's heart filled with pity.
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Answer 2-1: The above words were spoken by the Happy Prince to the little Swallow .


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Answer 2-2: The Prince ask the Swallow to fly over his city and to report to him what he had seen during his day"s flight .
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Answer 2-3: the Swallow witnessed in the great city that the rich where making merry in there beautiful houses, while begger were sitting at the gates. He saw the faces of starving children on the street. Under the archway of a bridge two little poor boys where very hungry and were lying in one another's arm to keep themselves warm .
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Answer 2-4: The Prince asked the Swallow to pluck leaf gold one after another and distribute them among the poor and the needy so that they could live comfortably for 2 days with the money they would be getting in exchange of the gold leaves .
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By: Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)

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Jul 23, 2014

Question Answer of 'Water Bodies and Land Masses'-Geography

Question 1: Write a short paragraph to explain how volcano is similar to a pressure cooker?
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Question 2: What is the bursting of magma from vents called?
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Question 3: What is the difference between a dormant and an active volcano?
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Question 4 : Why is it dangerous to live near a volcano?
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Question 5: How do volcanoes change their surface of the earth?
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Answer 1:We know when steam inside a pressure cooker reaches at a certain pressure limit, it escapes through the opening of the pressure cooker. Similarly when mixture of hot gases and magma sometime reach at certain pressure limit, They are forced to escape through an opening on the earth's surface. Therefore this event is similar to that of pressure cooker.
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Answer 2:The bursting out of the magma from the wind is called eruption.
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Answer 3:Dormant volcano :1. These are sleeping volkano that have not errupted for many year. 2. The cooled lava of earlier eruption forms rocks that block the vent. 3.Mt Fujiyama is a dormant volcano. Active volcano: 1. These erupt oftenly. Sometimes erupt after eruption. 2. The lava continuously flows through the crater. 3. Mt Etna is an active volcano.
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Answer 4:It is dangerous to live near a volcano because the volcano can erupt anytime and can destroy our homes, plants, trees, sea fishes etc. Thus it destroys our surrounding and makes very difficult to live.
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Answer 5:when lava cools down, new socks and mountains maybe porn. Over a long period of time some of the rocks break down into very fertile soil. Which is good for growing crops. In this way volcanoes change the surface of the earth. * you are suggested to submit your answer if you know the answer of these questions so that it can boost the learning and could add more value to our learning society.
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Jul 15, 2014

Questions Answers of 'Experiment' | English Literature

Question 1: What was the mother's attitude to the plans that the girls had for their vacations?
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Question 2: Why did the mother give Hannah , the cook , a holiday ?
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Question 3: Why did the girls feel so helpless when they saw their mother going out for dinner?
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Question 4 : What mistakes did Jo make while cooking dinner?
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Question 5: Who was Miss Crocker? Why were the girls upset on seeing her?
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Question 6: What was it finally turned Jo'S tragic failure into a funny dinner ?
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Question 7: What was the most important lesson that the girls learned?
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experiment English Literature

Answer 1: Mrs March thought of teaching her daughters Amy, base, Jo and Meg a lesson as they had become frustrated with there laborious daily routine and wanted a break from there monotonous (boring) life. She let them try their experiment of no work and only rest for a week and see how they liked it. She was very sure that by the following saturday night they would realise all play and no work was as bad as all work and no play.


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Answer 2: Mrs. March gave Hannah, the cook, a holiday in order to make the lesson for her daughters more interesting and exciting so that they could feel deeply what burden their mother had to shoulder every day in putting everything in their house in order.
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Answer 3: Mrs March had taken the day off and so she wanted to spend the whole day as she like to do. She instead of entering the kitchen sat rocking comfortably in an easy chair and started dreaming from early in the morning. It was an unusable sight for the girls and to make the situation worst c went out for dinner. This made the girls feel helpless and confused as they now had to shoulder other responsibilities in their mother's absence and how to prepare the dinner without her guidance and care.
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Answer 4: Jo discovered, it required more than energy and goodwill make a cook. She boiled the asparagus for an hour, making them perfect inedible. The bread burnt black; the lobster was overcooked to a bright red colour; the potatoes where left partly raw in the hurry, the jelly turned out lumpy and the strawberries where sour because of being unripe.
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Answer 5: Miss Crocker was an old poor lady who was a family friend of the March family. she was thin, with a sharp nose and in inquisitive eyes. She had also a sharp longue and a habit of seeing everything and gossiped about all she saw. the March sisters disliked her but had been taught to be kind to her simply because she had just a few friends. The girls of the March family were upset on seeing her as their attempt to prepare the dinner and serve it for themselves as well as> Laurie, the boy next door would get spoil by a bad and rough comment of her. they also did not liked to criticized by her for and wide.
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Answer 6: When every dishes of Jo was tasted and left uneaten, Jo felt awful and was on the verge of busrting into tears. She saw Laurie was laughing because the dinner turned out to be a funny incident. When almost everything went wrong with Jo while preparing the dinner. The comical sight of affair struck Jo and she laughed till the tears came down her cheeks.
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Answer 7:The most important lesson that the March sisters learnt was that no work and only play is as bad as all work and no play. They also learnt that they had to shoulder their daily duties to make there leisure sweet.

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Jul 8, 2014

Latest News UPTET 72825 Primary Teachers | Utter Pradesh

Today 9th July: Latest News UPTET 72825 Primary Teachers
Go to this website https://164.100.181.234
or https://164.100.181.141
Or https://scertup.in


And know your ID after downloading Excel sheet of various districts of U. P.
Find your ID by searching these sheets.
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select your district .
write your computer ID
Prees print . watch this thumbnail. 


After printing send it to your respective address of Districts for correction if any.
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Jun 25, 2014

Question Answer of 'Night Mail' By W H Auden | English Literature

Question 1: what does the night mail bring?
Question 2: Whom are there later addressed to?
Question 3 : What are the different colours of papers used to write letters ?
Question 4 : What are the nature of the letters brought by the night mail?
Question 5: why do you think the night mail was a messenger to the people who lived in different areas of England and Scotland?
Question 6: Describe the journey of the train.
Question 7: how does the poet give an universal  appeal to the train?
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Answer 1: The night mail brings cheques and postal order and also different types of letters for the people in England and Scotland.
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Answer 2: The letters are addressed to the rich, poor, the shop at the corner and the girl next door.
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Answer 3: The different colours of paper used to write letter are pink, violet, white and blue.
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Answer 4: The nature of these letters are chatting, the catty, boring, adoring, cold, official, heart out pouring, clever, stupid, short, long, typed, printed and spelt all wrong.
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Answer 5: The poem "Night Mail" by WH Auden was written in an era  when the system of communication was not highly developed, yet the steam engine was found. The people of that time communicated mostly through letters. So the night name was regarded as the messenger that binds the people who lived in different areas of England and Scotland.
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Answer 6: the poet WH Auden has captured nicely with his creative poetic language, how the train moves smoothly, nicely across English landscapes from England to Scotland. On the way of his journey, the train passes the hilly terrain, countryside and industrial cities too.
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Answer 7: The poet W H Auden gives an universal appeal to the train Night Mail by telling that it brings letters for rich and poor both.
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Jun 18, 2014

Question Answer of 'The Vegabond' | By R L Stevenson | English Literature

The Vagabond
-----  By 
 Robert Louis Stevenson

Vagabond- a person who wander from place to place without a permanent home.


Question 1 : what does vagabond ask for the first stanza of the poem?

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Question 2 : What does the vagabond not wished for?
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Question 3 : What does the poet say about autumn or winter?
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Question 4 : Quote the lines that are repeated in the poem. Why are these lines repeated?
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Question 5 : what does the poet want from life? Name three things he can do without.
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Question 6 : what are the plans of the poet?
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Question 7 : How does the poet lead his life during winter?
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Question 8 : Why does the poet not have any expectation?
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Question 9: Why does the poet choose to be a vagabond?
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Answer 1 : Generally people like a life of steadiness,  security and certainty. but R L Stevenson likes to live the life of a vagabond. He sings the glory of aimless wandering life. The vagabond love to live with the minimum requirements of life. What he wants are the sky above a bed in the bus bread for food and river water to drink and nothing more.
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Answer 2: the Vagabond does not wish for a friend , hope or wealth .
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Answer 3: the pas has described rosy vividly the autumn and winter in the poem Vagabond. In autumn the field looks barren g the leaves have fallen off the tree. the birds are no more longer seen singing on the trees.
The cold is so severe in the winter that blood almost freezes and the finger looks blue. The fields are covered with snow.
The fireside is the only place which can give only warmth and relief to the vagabond.
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Answerer 4: The following lines are repeated in the poem:
Let the blow fall soon or late;
Let what will be o'er me.
Give the face of Earth around me;
And the road before me.
Wealth I ask not, hope nor love,
Nor a friend to know me.
All i ask the heaven above,
And the road below me.
The poet has repeated these lines in order to emphasize the intense feelings of the vagabond. It also shows the poet's strong desires to lead a carefree life without tearing neither death nor the severe weather conditions.He stresses on the wish of the vagabond that he does not want wealth , hope or friend , but he only wants to roam on the roads before him under the sky full of stars.

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Answerer 5: the poet wants a life which is carefree and wandering. He wants to sleep on the grass and watch the open sky about it. He wants to eat only bread and drink water from the river. the poet does not want wealth , love or hope. He only wishes to room all over the world without fearing death.
The three things that the poet can do without are:
* wealth
* hope
* lone and friends .

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Answer 6: According to poet he is ready for death which would come sooner or later and if it does not come , he has the roads before him to travel around the whole world and the sky above it. These are the poet 's plan.

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Answerer 7: During the winter there is no change in the poet's lifestyle, he also roams in the frosty fields ; which makes the blood almost freezes and the finger looks blue. He eats whatever food he gets from the frosty fields. He keeps himself warm with the help of someone else as fire and continues with his overlasting journey without yielding to winter.

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Answerer 8: The poet does not have any expectation from life because he takes in his strides whatever life caters to him. It is because he does not have any expectation as he is satisfied with his own way of life.

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Answerer 9 : The poet chooses to be a vagabond because he has unlimited independence and has not tied to any limitation. It is his care free life, without any aim or worries that makes him feel happy as a vagabond.
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May 22, 2014

My Mother is My Best Friend Essay In Hindi

  • माँ हमारे लिए सबसे प्यार और देखभाल  करने वाली महिलाओं में से है।
  • इस दुनियाँ में, मेरी मां मेरी सबसे अच्छी दोस्त है।
  • मैं गर्व और धूम धाम के साथ मातृ दिवस मनाता हूँ। क्योंकि जब भी मै उसके साथ रहता हूँ खुशी हमेशा मेरे साथ रहती है।
  • मेरी माँ किसी और से सबसे भरोसेमंद है।
  • वह मेरे प्रति बहुत ज्यादा उदार रहती है।
  • मैं उसके साथ बहुत आराम महसूस करता हूं
  • वह मेरे सभी नकारात्मक बातें जानते हुए भी मुझे प्यार करती रहती है।
  • मै अपने मन की सारी भावनाओं को उसे खुल्लम खुल्ला व्यक्त कर सकता हूँ।
  • मेरी मां सुबह से शाम तक मेरे लिए सब कुछ करती है।
  • गिरना तो दूर मेरे गिरने के आभाष से ही वह परेशान हो जाती है।
  • वह मुझे दुनिया का सबसे अच्छा बच्चा कहती है । यह उसके अनन्त प्यार की पहचान है।
  • जब कभी मैं अकेला रहता हूं तो मेरा दिल उसे टटोलता है।
  • वह मेरे पर इतना ध्यान खती है कि मेरी लड़खड़ाने वाले पल को भी भांप लेती है।
  • मैं डर के बिना उसके साथ सारी बातें आदान प्रदान कर सकता हूँ।
  • वह दुनिया में केवल मेरी भलाई के बारे में सोचती है।
  • वह मुझे तैयार करने के लिए बहुत सुबह उठ जाती है।
  • वह रोजाना मुझे स्कूल के लिए विदा करती है और उस समय भी उसका प्यार झलकता हुआ दिखाई देता है।
  • वह दोपहर को मेरा स्वागत करने के लिए और मेरे भारी स्कूल बैग को लेने के लिए घर के दरवाजे पर मेरा इंतजार करती है।
  • मेरी पढ़ाई के समय homework पूरा कराती है और मेरे साथ लगातार संघर्ष करती है। इससे अच्छे दोस्त कि हैम सपने में भी कल्पना नहीं कर सकते।
  • मैं उसके साथ खेलता भी हूँ।
  • इन्ही सब कारणो से मै  बेझिजक कहा सकता हूँ कि माँ मेरी सबसे अच्छी मित्र है
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May 8, 2014

1/(1+x^(b-a)+x^(c-a) )+1/(1+x^(a-b)+x^(c-b) )+1/(1+x^(b-c)+x^(a-c) )=1

The text form of this sum (1/ (1+x^(b-a)+x^(c-a) )+(1/(1+x^(a-b)+x^(c-b) )+(1/(1+x^(b-c)+x^(a-c) )=1 is given below. So that students may not get confused with the text form of the sum.







Watch video or see this solution:
First term: (1/ (1+x^(b-a)+x^(c-a) )
=(1/ (1+x^b*x^a)+x^c*x^a))
=(x^a/ (x^a+x^b+x^c))
Second term: (1/ (1+x^(a-b)+x^(c-b) )
=(1/ (1+x^a*x^b)+x^c*x^b))
=(x^b/ (x^a+x^b+x^c))
Third term: (1/ (1+x^(b-c)+x^(a-c) )
=(1/ (1+x^b*x^c)+x^a*x^c))
=(x^c/ (x^a+x^b+x^c))
Therefore
First term+Second term+third term
=(x^a/ (x^a+x^b+x^c))+(x^b/ (x^a+x^b+x^c))+(x^c/ (x^a+x^b+x^c))
=((x^a+x^b+x^c)/ (x^a+x^b+x^c))
=1 
LHS=RHS
Proved
Its solution is also given in the video.
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May 6, 2014

How to Search Mathematics Problem on Google | Formula related sums

OK friends. I have given a lot of education related solution and articles of mathematics. But today I am going to disclose a golden tips about mathematical formula related sums. After reading this you will save the money you pay for your private tution (Tutor). There are also lot of videos also on Youtube about solution of a mathematical problem. One students have become puzzled about finding a solution of a sum from Google. Actually formula writing is not easy to handle on web pages. The web pages converts formula into other format which is not easy to read. But it can be understood.

I will give here step by step method of searching formula related math problems on Google.

  Step 1: First of all write the formula in any word processor e.g. MS Word as shown in the figure. Watch the video to learn to write this formula in MS Word.

Step 2: Copy and paste this formula in Google Search Engine box. This patter will get changed automatically to inline form in Google Search box. This will come as shown here in this image.
Step 3: Next click on a proper result to get the solution of that mathematics problem in text form.
Step 4: Do you have confusion for understanding the problem. Go to youtube and do the same search as you did on Google SE. You will get the solution in videos.

This is the best way to get the solution of any maths problem. 
Watch the solution of the above sum by searching the problem (sum) on Youtube or directly watch my channel.
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Apr 26, 2014

Understanding GCF or HCF and LCM Class 4 -Mathematics

GCF or HCF = Greatest Common Factor or Highest Common Factor
LCM= Lowest Common Multiple.
GCF : To understand GCF I illustrate an example. Suppose we need to calculate the GCF of two numbers of 16 and 18 , then first we write the factors of each number as tabulated below.
Numbers
                    Factors
16
1
2
4
8
16

18
1
2
3
6
9
18







Therefore we can define that the factor which is the greatest one and also common among the numbers are the GCF of those numbers.In the above two rows related to 16 and 18 we notice that 1 and 2 factors are common in the two numbers. But 2 is the greatest common factor. Therefore 2 is the GCF of  16 and 18. 
Let us take another example. This is tabulated below. The common factors of 36 and 48 are 1,2,3,4,and 12. But 12 is the greatest one. Therefore GCF of 36 and 48 is 12. 
Numbers










36
1
2
3
4
6
12
18
36


48
1
2
3
4
6
8
12
16
24
48











LCM: To understand LCM (Lowest Common Multiple) an example is illustrated here. Suppose we need to find out the LCM of two numbers 6 and 9. First of all we multiply these numbers by 1,2,3,4,5 and so on one by one to get the multiples of these numbers. See the table below.
Numbers
multiples
6
6
12
18
24
30
36
42


9
9
18
27
36
45
54
63


Therefore the LCM of 6 and 9 is 18 because it is lowest than next common multiple i.e. 36


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