To be a Man, or Not to be a Man
The transition from a young boy to a man has two major aspects to it, one is physical and the other is mental. Holden is a young adult in J.D Salinger's Catcher in the Rye who has yet to experience the mental element of the maturation process. To complete this righ
Sample Paper – 2009
Class – IX
Subject – English
Time allowed : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100
General Instructions :
(i) This paper consists of four sections —
Section A — Reading 20 marks
Section B — Writing -30 marks
Section C — Grammar 20 marks
Section D — Literat
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Direction for questions 1 to 40: Each question gives a word following by four choices. From the choice, select the most suitable synonym (word which means the same) for the main word and mark its number as the answer.
Ron Suskind’s A Hope in the Unseen is a moving novel that illustrates the passage of a young man high school through his first year as a freshman at Brown University. What makes the storyline most interesting is that the protagonist, Cedric Lavar Jennings, hails from a particularly unique backgrou
A PASSAGE TO INDIA
PART I: MOSQUE
Except for the Marabar Caves--and they are twenty miles off--the city of Chandrapore presents nothing extraordinary. Edged rather than washed by the river Ganges, it trails for a couple of miles along the bank, scarcely distinguishable from the rubbish i
Question Paper Design SA 2
Classes IX & X
Code No. 101
The design of the question papers in English Communicative for classes IX & X has undergone a few changes. They are as under:
Section A --Reading: 20 marks (Question 1-4)
In the existing scheme of the...
The Unseen Intelligence
In a word, diversity; we are all different. We each have different personalities, different food choices, different backgrounds, different favorite colors, and different styles of music that we enjoy. And although we are all so very different, we have many things in
Evaluate the creative strategy used by the Partnership for a Drug Free America in its advertising campaign, particularly with respect to the use of strong fear appeals.
Early spots of creative strategy used by the Partnership for Drug Free America in its advertising campaign are considered â
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Lifestyle. Performance. Kids.
In the last few years, the news and media have focused
on the troubled worldwide economy, and consumers have
been more modest in their spending, resulting in a diﬃcult
During 2011, we too were impacted by challen
Rite of Passage Presentation
November 6, 2012
Rite of Passage Presentation
The plot summary I have chosen is to evaluate the relationship between two siblings and the differences of how they are perceived. I am going to ask questions and both will give me their answer. The psycho
Tbilisi Ivane Javakhishvili State University Institute of Classical, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies International Research Centre of Traditional Polyphony
WHO ASKED THE FIRST QUESTION?
The Origins of Human Choral Singing, Intelligence, Language and Speech
Taking Middle School kids back to the adventurous world of literature
by Dara K. Cepeda
Project Three: Literature Synthesis
EDCI 6300.62 Foundations of Research in Education
The University of Texas at Brownsville, College of Education Department of Teaching Learning and Innovation
"Why talk about the English? Brrrr...!" An Outlook on Aziz's
Attempts to "Bridge the Gap"
A Passage To India by E. M. Forster is a rich, postcolonial novel delving into the possibility of sustaining a personal friendship between an English person and an "Indian" person. This topic is being discu
The passage taken from “The Comfort of Strangers “by Ian McEwan essentially describes the want of two sisters Eva and Maria to look beautiful and furthermore the denial of their parents towards the girls’ desires. It is written in the third person i.e. the omniscient.
The passage conveys fe