HOLIDAY – HOMEWORK (2013-2014) CLASS-X ENGLISH Section- A: BBC: Reading Comprehension: Ex.1, 2 & 3. Section- B: BBC: Writing Skills: E-mail 1 & 2; Letter writing 1 & 2; Speech 1 & 2; Article 1& 2. Section- C: BBC: Grammar: Preposition, Voice, Speech, Tenses. Section- D: 1. Value based: Which poem do you appreciate the most – ‘The frog and the nightingale’ or ‘Mirror’? Why? Write the literary devices used in that poem. Write about the poet. (150 words) 2. Extrapolatory: Imagine that you are Miss Mebbin (Mrs Packletide’s Tiger). How you would have blackmailed Mrs. Packletide and for what? How you would you have managed to get something of your choice? (200 words) 3. Novel based: Diary of a young girl: Write a book review on the basis of your reading of chapter 1 to 10. (Name of the novel, author, protagonist, theme, and summary) 4. Declamation: Write your views on the topic – ‘Luck favours those who dare’. (250 words) Note: Write on ruled sheets. Use blue/black gel pen only. Only hand written assignments will be accepted. Write neatly. HINDI

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