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This article is for getting idea about four type of sentences e.g. Interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentence for class 3. By going through all these sentences already made here the student can identify the type of sentence and he will be able  to make four type of sentences with each word. He will have full command about type of sentence. It is because practice makes a person perfect. Here is the question given and 4 types of sentences are already made for 9 of the words given  in the question and the rest are left for the practice for students. Later the sentences for these words will also be posted.
Question - Make four types of sentences with each of the given words.
School, flower, class, book, cricket, read, discipline, child, tiger, light, bag, sun, house, mother, chair, bird, friends, train. School:
1.  Assertive - the school buildings are large.
2. Interrogative- why are you late today at school?
3.  Imperative- don't break the schools rule.
4. Exclamatory- Oh no! …

This has become a very much problem for many guardians that the teacher of the many schools are checking the copy carelessly and not writing the answer of the questions properly. 
Maximum answer  does not remain "to the point". 

Question1-why is the slope of the land important for rivers and streams to flow?
Answer- water  always flows from high land to low land. So the slope of the land is important for rivers and streams to flow.

Question 2- what are the beginning and end of a river called?
Answer- the place where the river begins its journey is called its source and the place where river ends  is called its mouth.

Question 3 - How is a snow-fed river different from  rain -fed river? Explain in two or three statements?
Answer- a)Snow-fed rivers formed with melting of snows of the mountains, Where as   rainfed rivers are formed with streams produced by heavy rain on the the hills.
b) The source of snow fed rivers are the snow of tge mountains where as  source of the rain fed rivers…

Question1: Write a short paragraph to explain how volcano is similar to a pressure cooker?
Answer: We know when steam inside a pressure cooker reaches at a certain pressure limit, it ecapes 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.
Question2: what is the bursting of magma from vents called?
Answer: The bursting out of the magma from the wind is called eruption.
Question 3: what is the difference between a dormant and an active volcano?
Answer: dormant volcano :1. These are sleeping volkano that have not adopted for many year.
2. the cooled lava of earlier eruption from rocks 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 i…

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Paraphrase of The Merchant Of Venice ACT 1 SCENE 1 Class 9,10

1."Line 1 to 7 speech of Antonio" In truth I know not why Iam so sad.It makes me tired.But I still don't know how I have it,found it or came by it.What it is made up of and what os its origin.This sadness makes me so absent-minded that I do not know who Iam. 2.Line 8to 14speech of Salarino
You are stressed because you are worried about your rich ships (argosies ) which are sailing stately like gentlemen and important citizens on sea surface.Or as it is procesion of the sea to surpass the small commercial boats by these argosies.The small ships move up and down as if they were showing respect ,As if they speed fast by them with their canvas sailing.3.Line 15 to 22 speech of Salanio
Sir believe me If I had such a business operation the better part of my affection would be sailing at the sea.I should be holding up the grass blade to see in which direction the wind is blowing.I would be looking for ports , harbors and channels and every which w…