hs english 90% common suggestion 2022

 

HIGHER SECONDARY PROSE SUGGESTION 2022

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hs english 90% common suggestion 2022

SUGGESTION

THE EYES HAVE IT

1.“But her next question removed my doubts” Who said so and to whom? What were the speaker’s reservations? The next question was, “What was the next question?” How did he get rid of his doubts?

2..Oh, how lucky you are.”Who was it that stated this? Who was considered lucky, and why? What was the person’s reaction to the remark above?

3..“The man who had entered the compartment broke into my reverie”. What was the source of the reverie? How did the reverie come to an end?

4.“She had beautiful eyes, but they were of no use to her.” Who is the person speaking? Whose eyes are we talking about here? Why did the eyes serve no purpose for her? Draw attention to the irony in this statement.

THREE QUESTIONS—SUGGESTION

1.1.How did the bearded man become a friend of the Tsar?

2..How did the Tsar rescue the wounded man’s life?

3. What made the Tsar want to meet the hermit, and how did he go about doing so? When the Tsar encountered the hermit, what was he doing?

4.” Forgive me!” exclaimed the bearded guy, his voice trembling.” – How did the bearded guy become the Tsar’s foe? What were the man’s oath and resolution?

strong roots-SUGGESTION

1.1In his song “Strong Roots,” how does Kalam characterize his childhood?

2. What does Kalam have to say about the father’s mundane existence? What does he want to say in this situation? ***[routine lile]

3. How did Kalam’s father react to his son’s question regarding prayer and spirituality?

4. What image of communal harmony does Kalam’s autobiographical sketch “Strong Roots” conjure up for you?

 

HIGHER SECONDARY POEMS SUGGESTION 2022

THE POETRY OF EARTH-SUGGESTION

1.”..HE. takes the lead” – Who and when takes the lead? What method does he use to go forward?

2.” With his delights, he has never done.” – Where does the dividing line appear? Who is the ‘he’ in this context? What makes him happy? What does he do in the end?

3.”…and seems to one half-lost in drowsiness” – Where would the line appear? What causes him to be half-drowsy? What does he think and when does he think it?

4. What exactly do you mean by “THE poetry OF EARTH “? How can Keats defend the fact that earth poetry never dies? How does the poet demonstrate that earth’s poetry never ends?

ASLEEP IN THE VALLEY – SUGGESTION

1.1.Think of “Asleep in the Valley” as a poem about peace. Finally, as revealed in “Asleep in the Valley,” what is Arthur Rimbaud’s view regarding war?

2.In his side there are two red holes.” Who is referred to as ‘his’ in this context? Why does his side have two red holes in it? How does this dramatic discovery at the end of the poem portray the pity of war?

3..“His smile is like that of an infant’s” To whom a smile is this alluding? Why is his grin likened to that of a baby? Make the irony in the statement stand out.

4. A soldier very young lies open-mouthed” – Where does the line appear? What is the name of the soldier? Why is he lying with his mouth open? How does nature feed him while he sleeps? Make the irony in the statement stand out.

SHALL I COMPARE THEE TO SUMMERS DAY ——-SUGGESTION

1. 1″…and this gives thee life” – What does “this” mean? ‘To whom are you referring here?’ How does ‘this’ bring him back to life?

2.“But thy eternal summer shall not fade.” to whom is this “eternal summer” referred? What exactly do you mean when you say “eternal summer”?

3..Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day”? – To whom is the poet writing? Why does the poet suggest that he be compared to a sunny day? How does the poet respond to the question?

4.“Nor shall death brag thou wandr’est in his shade” Who is the ‘thou’ here referring to? How does the poet propose to overcome death’s boast?

The Proposal-SUGGESTION—DRAMA

1. Natalya, Chubukov, and Lomov’s personalities.[character]

2..How did Lomov come to the decision to marry Natalya?

3.“He has come to borrow money! Shall not give him any..” Who is the person speaking? What motivates him to say such a thing? What aspects of the character are revealed in this scene?

4.“She’s like a love-sick cat.” Who is the person speaking? To whom is she referring? What context does the speaker use to make this claim? To what extent do you believe the statement is correct?

 

 

NBTO SECURE GOOD MARKS DON’T DEPEND ON ANY SUGGESTIONS. READ THE TEXTBOOK ELABORATELY. THIS SUGGESTION IS BASED ON ASSUMPTION. SO READ ATTENTIVELY ALL TEXT.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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