Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Textual Questions and Answers- Grade X

 Textual Questions and Answer Grade X
Textual Questions and Answers- Grade X 

Unit- 1 

A World Guide to Good Manners: How not to Behave Badly

a.    Mention any one difference between the American and the Japanese greetings.
Ans- The Americans shake their hands while looking us straight in the eyes, whereas the Japanese bow and the more they respect the person, the more they should bow.
b.    What type of clothes should the Muslim women not wear in Muslim countries?
Ans- The Muslims women should not wear the clothes revealing the body in Muslim countries.
c.    Is your main meal of the day same as that in Britain?
Ans- No, it is not same as that in Britain. Our morning meal is the biggest meal of the day.
d.    In which countries do people prefer discussing business during meals?
Ans- In Britain and the United States, people prefer discussing business during meals.
e.    When is it necessary to print your business card in the local language?
Ans- In Japan, it is necessary to print your business card in the local language.
f.     Where does physical distance between the speakers play a significant role?
Ans- In South America and Mexico, the physical distance between the speaker plays a significant role.

Unit- 2 

Using a Single Language Is Better Than Multiple Languages

a.    Who are the two speakers in the debate?
Ans- Karma and Kabita are the two speakers in the debate.
b.    Who is the supporter of fewer languages?
Ans- Karma is the supporter of fewer languages.
c.    What do Karma and Kabita claim?
Ans- Karma: Using a single language is better than multiple languages
Kabita: Using multiple languages is better than a single language.
d.    Which language is supposed to have a musical quality?
Ans- The Sanskrit language is supposed to have a musical quality.
e.    What brings variety to literature?
Ans-Linguistic and cultural differences bring variety to literature.
f.     What can minimize communication barrier?
Ans- The language of common understanding can minimize communication barrier.
g.    Write down any three benefits of having fewer languages.
Ans- i. Easy communication
ii. Promotion of learning
iii. Economic growth
h.    Mention any three benefits of having many languages in the world.
Ans- i. Development of tourism
ii. National income
iii.Variety in literature

Unit- 3 

The Ant and the Grasshopper

a.    Who was a black sheep in Ramsay's’ family? Why?
Ans- Tom was a black sheep in Ramsay’s family because he caused trouble for his family.
b.    What was a respectable profession to Tom?
Ans- To serve in a bar or to drive a taxi was a respectable profession to Tom.
c.    Why was George Ramsay staring into space?
Ans- George Ramsay was staring into space because he was not in hilarious spirits.
d.    Why did Tom leave his work and wife?
Ans- Tom left his work and wife because he didn’t like work, wasn’t suited for marriage and wanted to enjoy his life.
e.    How did Tom manage his life when he ran out of money at first?
Ans- He made a steady income from his friends when he ran out of money at first.
f.     How did Cronshaw and Tom cheat George?
Ans- Cronshaw and Tom cheated George by making him settle down their fake dispute with five dollars.
g.    What forced George to realize that his brother would never settle down?
Ans- The circumstances caused by his brother’s frequent misuse of the sums given by him forced George to realize that his brother would never settle down.

Unit – 4 

Memoirs of My Visit to France

a.    What was the weather like?
Ans- The sky was cloudy and it was drizzling.
b.    Where was Musée Rodin?
Ans- Musee Rodin was across a sharp bend in the street.
c.    Describe the road as the author described it.
Ans- The road was broad. Its sidewalks were shaded by poplars. The dry leaves of maple and exotic trees made the road like a carpet of different colors.
d.    Why did the author feel lonely and helpless?
Ans- The author felt lonely and helpless because the people whom he met along the road were unknown to him and didn’t speak English.
e.    Why did the author buy a hand machine?
Ans- The author bought a hand machine to play the recorded voice to explain everything in English.
f.     What was the garden like? Describe it briefly.
Ans- The garden was full of pointed shapes of fir and pine trees, giving the best proof of French topiary. Far away other trees like walnut, juniper and yew stood and birds chirruped from the top.
g.    Describe Rodin’s Thinking Man in few sentences. Rodin’s pensive mood is remarkable.
Ans- Rodin’s Thinking Man squatted on a large and tall marble slab, in half bent posture and pensive mood. This is one of the masterpieces in modern art, an incomparable work.
h.    When had the author visited the museum in Baltimore?
Ans- Three years ago, the author had visited the museum in Baltimore.
i.      Where was the replica of Rodin’s thinker man?
Ans- The replica of Rodin’s thinker man was in Baltimore.
j.      What was the theme of a brochure distributed at the metro station?
Ans- The theme of a brochure distributed at the metro station was to visit Rodin's Museum on the very first day, enter the sculpture garden premises, go close to the thinker and feel or experience the weight of the pensive mood he had.

Unit-5 

A Letter to Kunsang

a.    Who has written the letter?
Ans- Manisha has written the letter.
b.    Who is the letter addressed to?
Ans- The letter is addressed to Kunsang.
c.    Where does Kunsang want to go?
Ans- Kunsang wants to go to the biggest metropolitan city of Nepal.
d.    Why does Kunsang want to leave his village?
Ans- Kunsang wants to leave his village to find a job in the biggest metropolitan city of Nepal.
e.    Why does Manisha want her nephew to give it a second thought?
Ans- Manisha wants her nephew to give it a second thought because he is making a decision in a hurry.
f.     What suggestions did Manisha give Kunsang? Make a list.
Ans- a. If I were you, I would complete my studies first.
b. What about giving a second thought to your day dream?
c. You are supposed to come and see me before you finally decide.
d. You shouldn’t ignore your parent’s support and education.
e. You and I really should have a serious talk together.
g.    Do you like Kunsang’s idea of stopping his studies? Why? Why not? Explain.
Ans- No, I do not like his idea. He should complete his studies before leaving for the metropolitan city because life in such a city will be very difficult if one is not well qualified.

Unit-5 

Reading-II Movie Review: “2012” is a Perfect Disaster

a.    Who is Roland Emmerich?
Ans- Roland Emmerich is the director of the movie ‘2012’.
b.    When was the movie “2012” released?
Ans- The movie was released on November 13, 2009.
c.    What misconception is captured in the beginning of the movie?
Ans- The misconception ‘2012 as the date of humanity’s doom’ is captured in the beginning of the movie.
d.    Why does audience not feel bored while watching the movie?
Ans- Audience do not feel bored while watching the movie because of its right storytelling.
e.    What makes “2012” the perfect movie?
Ans- Movie’s actors, storytelling, and dialogue make ‘2012’ the perfect movie.
f.     What are the differences between “2012” and other movies?
Ans- Other movies have explosions; “2012” has an atom bomb size detonation that wipes Yellowstone off the map. Other movies have earthquakes; “2012” sends California sinking, in flames into the sea. Other movies kill thousands; “2012” kills zillions.

Unit-6

Did I Miss Anything?

a.    Who composed this poem?
Ans- Tom Wayman composed this poem.
b.    What did the students do in the absence of their teacher (one of their friends or students)? (Wrong Question) 
Ans- The students sat with their hands folded on their desks in silence in the absence of their teacher (absentee).
c.    What did the angel reveal to the students?
Ans- The angel revealed what each woman or man must do to attain divine wisdom in this life or the thereafter.
d.    How does the speaker in the first stanza spend time for the full two hours?
Ans- The speaker in the first stanza spends time in silence for the full two hours.
e.    Why does the speaker in t5he second stanza think being in the class is important?
Ans- The speaker in the second stanza thinks being in the class is important because he has given heavily weighted exams, assigned some significant reading and prepared a quiz for his students.
f.     What does the speaker say in the third stanza regarding the value of education?
Ans- The speaker says that classroom education is valueless, meaningless and a waste of time.
g.    'Education enlightens people with wisdom.' Does the speaker in the fourth stanza agree with the statement? How?
Ans- Yes, the speaker agrees with the statement as they are able to understand what each woman or man must do to attain divine wisdom in this life or the thereafter.
h.    What does the last stanza suggest?
Ans- Students should always be present in the classroom so as to take in all they are able to learn.

Unit-6

Reading- II Achham

a.    How can we get to Mangalsen?
Ans- We can get to Mangalsen by road from Sanfebagar, a settlement in Achham with a domestic airport except during monsoon. During the monsoon season, it's an eight hour walk from Sanfebagr to reach Mangalsen as there exists a seasonal road.
b.    How many airports are available in Achham?
Ans- There is only one airport available in Achham.
c.    Which is an easier and safer way to reach Mangalsen, via air or road?
Ans- An easier and safer way to reach Mangalsen is road but it is seasonal.
d.    What is the similarity between Achham and Doti?
Ans- The cultural heritage is the similarity between Achham and Doti.
e.    What is the climate of Acchham like?
Ans- The climate is sub-tropical, mild and cool.
f.     Why do people have a hope of a safe journey?
Ans- People have a hope of a safe journey because, a bridge under construction in Sanfebagar across the Budhiganga River, upon completion will allow vehicles to cross the river even during the high flood season making access easy between the airport and district headquarters.
g.    Would you like to go to Achham? Why?
Ans- Yes, I would like to go to Achham because it is rich in its cultural heritage and has potential scope for the development of religious tourism.

Unit-7

Rampant pesticide use risks health + Climate change is going to make inequality even worse than it already is

a.    What are the headlines of the news articles above?
Ans- The headlines of the news articles are “Rampant pesticide use risks health’ and ‘Climate Change is going to make inequality even worse than it already is’.
b.    Who are the authors of the articles?
Ans- The authors of the articles are the editorial board of The Himalayan Times and Chelsea Harvey.
c.    When were the articles written?
Ans- The first was written on July 19, 2009 and the second on December 8, 2015.
d.    Why is it difficult to carry out the test in labs?
Ans- It is difficult to carry out the tests in the lab due to the poor facilities in the labs and staff shortages.
e.    What is harmful to both the farmers and the consumers?
Ans- Unprescribed use of chemicals is harmful to both the farmers and consumers.
f.     Name the places where the scientist Paneru recently visited.
Ans- The scientist Paneru recently visited vegetable farms in Charaudi and Mahadevsthan villages of Dhading, Empaphant and Baradi of Tanahun and Tutunga village of Kaski.
g.    What are the deadly effects of excessive use of pesticides?
Ans- The excessive use of pesticides affects the nervous system and can cause impotence, liver and kidney dysfunction. They can also cause disabilities, miscarriage and skin, heart and eye ailments.
h.    Who will be disproportionately affected by climate change?
Ans- The poor will be disproportionately affected by climate change.
i.      Who amended Regional Integrated model of Climate and the Economy?
Ans- Francis Denning and his colleagues developed Regional Integrated Model of Climate and the Economy.
j.      Why was Regional Integrated model of Climate and the Economy developed?
Ans- Regional Integrated Model of Climate and the Economy was developed to study the inequalities within different regions of the world essentially acknowledging that different countries contain people of both higher and lower incomes.

Unit-8

Human Trafficking

a.    What do you mean by human trafficking?
Ans- Human trafficking is an illegal trade of human beings for sexual exploitation, forced labour, extraction of organs or tissue and so on.
b.    Who is prone to trafficking?
Ans- People from low-income households, ethnic minorities, illiterate or people with low level education, refugees, illegal migrants, children running away from home, members of split families, women of forced marriage and early marriage, deserted wife, widows and discriminated daughters are prone to trafficking.
c.    How do traffickers victimise the targeted people?
Ans- Traffickers victimize the targeted people as they are provided with economic incentive and financial loans and lured to promises of better jobs or well-paid job in cities, false marriages and proposals, easy money, the dream of sophisticated life and other.
d.    Human trafficking is another form of slavery. Do you agree or disagree? Explain why.
Ans- Yes, I agree that human trafficking is another form of slavery. Most victims are involved in slavery like practices, and kept in prison like environment. It is because they can be physically and sexually abused. They have to work long hours without any rest or recreation. They never get medical facility when they fall sick. They are either paid less. 
e.    ‘Unlike common people, victims’ life is different.’ Justify it with an example.
Ans- Common people have their own way of life, but the victims are compelled to live the life decided by others. For example, a domestic servant has to work according to the demand of his/her master. He/she is not given any chance to fulfill his/her desires.

Unit-9

The Road Not Taken

a.    Who is the speaker in the poem?
Ans- The speaker in the poem is a traveller.
b.    Where is the speaker standing in this poem?
Ans- The speaker is standing at a point from where two roads diverge.
c.    Why does he stop there for a long time?
Ans- He stops there for a long time because he thinks which road he should choose.
d.    Why is he in a dilemma?
Ans- He is in a dilemma because he has to make a choice between two roads.
e.    Which road does he choose to travel?
Ans- He chooses the road which is fair, grassy and wanted wear.
f.     Why does he leave the other one?
Ans- He leaves the other one to travel along it some other day.
g.    Is the speaker optimistic? How can you say this?
Ans- Yes, the speaker is optimistic as in the third stanza, he says- ‘Oh! I kept the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way.’
h.    Do you think he has made the right decision?
Ans- There is a certain ambiguity. The speaker seems happy when he says, ‘And that has made all the difference.’ However, the sigh just before this makes us question his happiness
i.      What do you think ‘the roads’ refer to?
Ans- I think 'the roads' means choices.
j.      What is the central idea of the poem?
Ans- The central idea of the poem is that our life is determined by the choices which we make.

Unit-9

Reading-II A Scary Secret of Two Sisters

a.    Where did the two sisters go to spend their vacation?
Ans- The two sisters went to their grandparent's home town to spend their vacation.
b.    What did they decide to do in the absence of their grandparents?
Ans- They decided to go out of the hotel in the absence of their grandparents.
c.    Why did they go out of the lodge?
Ans- They went out of the lodge because they didn’t like the lodge. Or they wanted to look for another lodge.
d.    What happened when they reached the street?
Ans- When they reached the street, suddenly, a thug stepped out from the bush, looted the precious things of both sisters, jumped into the bush and vanished.
e.    What important lesson did they learn from their mistake?
Ans- They learned that they should obey their parents and elders because their experience and knowledge are guidelines for their better life.
f.     Why did they decide not to share that scary incident to anyone?
Ans- They decided not to share that scary incident to anyone because they knew that their grandparents would punish them.
g.    What lesson did you learn from this text?
Ans- We should never disobey our parents as their experience and knowledge are our guidelines for a better life.

Unit-10

Yogamaya: Poet, Teacher, Insurgent

a.    Who is Yogamaya? Who is Manamaya?
Ans- Yogmaya is a poet, teacher and insurgent during1930s' Nepal. Manamaya is her follower.
b.    What were the two main reasons that made Yogamaya a rebel?
Ans- The two main reasons that made Yogmaya a rebel were:
a.    the cultural and political oppression of her time
b.    the ruler who allowed corruption and inequality to prevail in the country
c.    What was Yogamaya's demand with the government?
Ans- Yogamaya's demand with the government to grant them justice.
d.    What is the hazurbani? How is it popular?
Ans- The hazurbani is a collection of the powerful verses composed by Yogamaya. It is popular as the verses carry equality, love of homeland and a message of virtues.
e.    Why do you think Yogamaya stopped her revolt?
Ans- I think Yogmaya stopped her revolt because the rulers did not pay heed to her demand of reforming the corrupt practices and justice.
f.     How did Yogmaya die?
Ans- Yogamaya jumped into the thundering current of the Arun river with her 68 followers.
g.    After Yogamaya’s death, what might have been the reaction of the government?
Ans- After Yogamaya’s death, the government banned all mention of her. Also, her campaign was thoroughly expunged from the nation’s historical record.
h.    Yogamaya’s preaching was in the form of poetry. What have you understood from the given verses?
Ans- The given verses have the message of reform, justice, equality, love of nature, satire on the cruel rulers, mutual respect, parity, virtue, and non-violence.
i.      What lesson did you learn from this text?
Ans- I learned to raise voice against inequality and discrimination, and fight against social evils in a peaceful manner.

Unit- 11

Parents

a.    Where is Anuja going?
Ans- Anuja is going to the place where she can meet her e-friend.
b.    What was her father’s suggestion?
Ans- He warned her about bad people who fake themselves as teenagers, chat with girls like her and seek opportunities to take advantage of innocent girls.
c.    Why did Anuja tell her secret to her father?
Ans- Anuja told her secret to her father because he commented on her dress. Or she might think her father would handle the matter.
d.    What did her father notice on the other side of the road?
Ans- Her father noticed a car with dark windows parked on the other side of the road.
e.    Did Anuja meet her friend? Why not?
Ans- No, she didn’t meet her friend because she didn't appear.
f.     How did her father feel in the end?
Ans- He felt very sad and unhappy in the end.
g.    Who do you think is cleverer, Anuja's father or the mother of Anuja’s friend?
Ans- I think the mother of Anuja’s friend is cleverer.
h.    Write down the major traits of Anuja’s father.
Ans- He was obsessed, protective and impossible.
i.      Do you think Anuja’s father was caring? Why? Why not? Give reasons.
Ans- i. Yes, he was caring because:
ii. he examines Anuja’s activities.
iii. he suggests her to be careful about bad people who fake themselves as teenagers.

Unit-12I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud

a.    Who is compared with a cloud?
Ans- The poet (The speaker) is compared with a cloud.
b.    Where did the person in the poem see the daffodils?
Ans- The person in the poem saw the daffodils beside the lake and beneath the lake.
c.    What word does the poet use to compare the daffodils with?
Ans- The poet uses the word ‘stars’ to compare with the daffodils.
d.    The speaker dances with the daffodils. Why?
Ans- The speaker dances with daffodils because the memory of daffodils fills his heart with pleasure.
e.    What is the theme of the poem?
Ans- Natural beauty and its recollection can bring happiness to a human when he/she is alone.
f.     Is the ‘loneliness’ of the first stanza similar to the ‘solitude’ of the last stanza?
Ans- No, the ‘loneliness’ of the first stanza similar to the ‘solitude’ of the last stanza as they are used for the different context.
Loneliness- The speaker was alone and saw daffodils.
Solitude- The speaker is on his sofa and alone, and recollects beautiful dancing daffodils.

Unit-12

Reading- II

a.    What do you mean by Typhoid fever?
Ans- Typhoid fever is a fatal infectious disease caused by bacteria called Salmonella Typhi and Salmonella Parathtyphi A and B.
b.    What is an infectious disease?
Ans- An infectious disease is a disease caused by the entrance of pathogenic microorganism such as bacteria, virus, parasites, fungi etc. into the human body.
c.    What are the symptoms of Typhoid fever?
Ans- The symptoms of typhoid fever are high-grade fever, headache, body ache, loss of appetite, constipation, diarrhea, vomiting, etc.
d.    How does Typhoid fever transmit?
Ans- The typhoid fever transmits through;
-       human excreta
-       direct contact with the infected persons
-       contaminated food, water, milk, etc.
-       flies.
e.    What are the preventive measures of Typhoid fever?
Ans- The preventive measures of typhoid fever are:
-       washing hands with clean water and soap
-       having hygienic foods
-       improved sanitation
-       protection and purification of drinking water.

Unit –13

The Chimney Sweeper

a.    Who composed the poem?
Ans- William Blake composed the poem.
b.    Why did the speaker cry?
Ans- The speaker cried because his mother died early, and his father sold him into a chimney sweeping business.
c.    What does the expression ‘That curled like a lamb’s back’ mean?
Ans- The expression ‘That curled like a lamb’s back’ means Tom’s hair that was curly like that of lamb’s fur.
d.    How did the angel open the black coffins?
Ans- The angel opened the black coffins using a bright key.
e.    At what condition would Tom get joy?
Ans- If Tom became a good boy, he would get joy.
f.     What do you think there might be in their bags?
Ans- In their bags, I think there might be the tools needed for chimney sweeping.
g.    What did the angel tell Tom?
Ans- The angel told Tom that if he were a good boy, then, he’d have God for his father and never miss joy.
h.    How was the morning?
Ans- The morning was dark and cold.
i.      At the end of the poem what message was given to Tom?
Ans- If we do our duty, we don’t fear harm.

Unit-14

Reunion of the Family

a.    Who was leaving the house?
Ans- Grandmother was leaving the house.
b.    How many members were there in Jayaram’s family and who were they?
Ans- There were five members in his family. They were Jayaram, his mother, his wife, his son, and the housekeeper.
c.    When did Dinesh’s parents realise that their son was not happy at all?
Ans- Dinesh’s parents realised that their son was not happy at all when Dinesh didn’t show any interest in the tablet, which was brought for him as a gift.
d.    Do you have a housekeeper like Naani at your home? If yes, how do you behave towards her?
Ans- Yes, we have a housekeeper like Naani at our home. All the family members in our house treat her like the member of our family.
e.    Why did Pabitra leave the house?
Ans- Pabitra left the house because some misunderstanding arose among her, her son and daughter-in-law.
f.     Why were Naani, Jayaram and Junakiri’s eyes filled with the tears of happiness?
Ans- Naani, Jayaram and Junakiri’s eyes were filled with the tears of happiness because they reunited.
g.    How was Dinesh able to unite his family?
Dinesh was able to unite his family by showing his intense desire to be with his grandma.
h.    What message did you get from this story?
Ans- All the family members must live together by sharing their ideas and feelings.

Unit-15Past and Present

a.    Who composed this poem?
Ans- Thomas Hood composed this poem.
b.    What is the poem about?
Ans- The poem is about the childhood memories of the poet which he compares with his adulthood.
c.    What does the poet remember in the first stanza?
Ans- The poet remembers the house where he was born and the little window through which the sun rays entered his house.
d.    What does he wish in the first stanza?
Ans- He wishes that the night would take his breath away.
e.    What does he remember in the second stanza?
Ans- He remembers red and white roses, violets, lily-cups, robin and laburnum.
f.     How does the poet describe his childhood in the third stanza?
Ans- The poet used to swing, enjoy the breeze. Also, he was all energetic and high in spirit.
g.    Was the poet really closer to the heaven when he was a child? Why does he think so?
Ans- No, the poet was not really closer to the heaven when he was a child. But he thinks he was closer to the heaven because of his childish ignorance.

Unit-16

Jitiya Festival

h.    Why is Jitiya festival celebrated?
Ans- Jitiya festival is celebrated for the good fortune and long life for the husband and children by married women.
i.      How long is this festival celebrated?
Ans- This festival is celebrated for three days.
j.      What do married women do on the second day of celebration?
Ans- On the second day, the married women fast the whole day. They go to the river, pond and well and make an idol of Jimutavahana made of kush (the holy grass), and worship the idol. The devotees get together and the ones who know about Jimutavahana, narrate his story. During fasting hours, they sing and dance, too.
k.    How and when do married women scrub their house?
Ans- On the first day of the celebration, women scrub their house with cow’s dung to make their house sacred.
l.      What is the relationship between Masabashi and the Sun?
Ans- Masabashi’s son named Jimutavahana was a blessing son of the Sun.
m.  What do married women offer to Jimutavahana before they break their fast?
Ans- Married women offer some fruits, milk and curd to Jimutavahana before they break their fast.
n.    How can the celebration of Jitiya promote harmony among people?
Ans- The celebration of Jitiya can promote harmony among people by strengthening the good relations among different ethnic groups in a society.

Unit-17

Sushila's Determination

a.    Why don’t Sushila’s parents want to send her to university?
Ans- Sushila’s parents don’t want to send Sushila to a university because they are not rich and want her to get married.
b.    Was her parents’ marriage a love marriage? How do you know?
Ans- No, her parents’ marriage was not a love marriage. Her mother agreed to marry her father without having seen him before and without even knowing his name.
c.    Why does Sushila say that her mother was ‘lucky’?
Ans- Sushila says that her mother was lucky because her father gave her all the kindness she required.
d.    What’s Sushila’s suggestion about money to pay for her studies?
Ans- She suggests that instead of saving money for her marriage, they should spend it on her education.
e.    If you were Sushila’s parents, what would you do?
Ans- If I were Sushila’s father, I would spend money on education rather than on marriage.

Unit-18Habit Cultivation

a.    What comment do we often hear?
Ans- We often hear that this person is just lucky, he touches dirt and it turns to gold or he is unlucky; no matter what he touches, it turns to dirt.
b.    How do some people become perfect in making mistakes?
Ans- Some people become perfect in making mistakes as they keep practicing their mistakes.
c.    Do you consider yourself to be perfect? Why? Why not?
Ans- No, I don’t consider myself to be perfect because I sometimes make a mistake while doing my work.
d.    What are the valuable traits that human beings have to possess?
Ans- Courage in the face of adversity, self-restraint in the face of temptation, happiness in the face of hurt, showing character in the face of despair, and seeing opportunity in the face of obstacles are all valuable traits that human beings have to possess.
e.    How can you form a habit?
Ans- We can form a habit with constant and consistent training both mental and physical.
f.     What type of habit have you decided to form after reading this text?
Ans- I have decided to form a character- building habit.

Unit-19Interpreting Tables and Charts

a.    What kinds of data are presented in the above bar diagram?
Ans- The number of the boys and the girls enrolled to a public school in Ilam each year between the years 2011 and 2015 is presented in the given bar diagram.
b.    How many girls were studying in 2015?
Ans- Six hundred girls were studying in the school in the year 2015.
c.    What was the number of boys that decreased every year?
Ans- The number of boys that decreased every year was one hundred.
d.    What percentage of boys decreased over a period of five years?
Ans- About 17 % of boys decreased over a period of five years
e.    What might be the reason behind the decreased number of boys and increased number of girls?
Ans- Boys might be attracted to English medium schools. At the same time, people are aware of the importance of education for girls.

Unit-19

Reading-II

f.     How many students appeared in the SLC examination in the year 2072-073?
Ans- 436983 students appeared in the SLC examination in the year 2072-073.
g.    What is the percentage of students who scored grade C+?
Ans- 7.31 % of students scored grade C+.
h.    Which grade was scored by the majority of the students?
Ans- Grade D was scored by the majority of the students.
i.      What is the total number of students who achieved the grade D+?
Ans- 71125 students achieved the grade D+.
j.      Is the achievement level of the students in the SLC examination satisfactory? Why? Why not?
Ans- No, it is not satisfactory because more than 50% percent of the students have scored D+ (Partially acceptable), D (Insufficient) or E (Very insufficient).

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  2. Jitiya is an important festival of Nepali married women of Mithilanchal and Tharu women of all castes. This festival is named after Masabashi’s son Jimutavahana, a blessing son of the sun. Masabashi was an unmarried princess who spent her life as hermit living in a hermitage.
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