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Maths 1, Algebra, preliminary exam, paper, Maharashtra, board, ssc, latest, edition,Β 

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Maths 1, Algebra, preliminary exam, paper, Maharashtra, board, ssc, latest, edition,Β 

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Q1.The ranks of officers in the Indian Army, Navy, and Air Force are jumbled up. Discuss with your group and put them in the appropriate boxes. πŸ‘ˆ Click here


Q2.(A)Homophones/Homographs.

1.Make sentences to bring out the difference between:

wear – ____________

ware – ____________

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2.Make sentences to bring out the difference between:

here – ____________

hear – ____________

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3.Make sentences to bring out the difference between:

there – ____________

their – ____________

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4. Make sentences to bring out the difference between:

cell – ____________

sell – ____________

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Q2.(B)Homophones/Homographs

1.Write what the underlined homograph in the following sentence means. πŸ‘ˆ Click here


2.Write what the underlined homograph in the following sentence means. πŸ‘ˆ Click here


3.Write what the underlined homograph in the following sentence means. πŸ‘ˆ Click here


Q2. Β© Read the text and fill in the flow chart of the promotions received by Arjan Singh.

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Q2.(C) With the help of the facts given in the prepare a fact file of Air Marshal Arjan Singh.

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Β *Q3.Fill in the web.*Β 

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Q4.Say what action preceded the following promotion of Arjan Singh in his career in the IAF.

(a)Selected for Empire Pilot training course at RAF.

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(b)Promoted to Squadron Leader.Β 

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(c)Leader of flypast over 100 aircrafts at Red Fort, Delhi.Β 

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(d)Awarded Padma Vibhushan.

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(e)First Air Chief Marshal of Indian Air Force.

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Q5.Replace the underline word/phrase with the appropriate one, to retain the proper meaning.

(a)He contributed notably in bringing up the school. πŸ‘ˆ Click here

(b)Our school cricket team got ready for the final match against P. Q. R. High School. πŸ‘ˆ Click here

(c)After a short period of working as a lecturer, Ravi took up an important post in a Multinational company. πŸ‘ˆ Click here

(d)Our class monitor is a perfect symbol of duty and discipline. πŸ‘ˆ Click here


(e)Accepting the great value of his research; they awarded him with a Ph.D. (degree) πŸ‘ˆ Click here


(f)After the murder of King Duncan, Macbeth took over the control of Scotland. πŸ‘ˆ Click here


Q6.Build the word wall with the words related to β€˜Military’. πŸ‘ˆ Click here


Q7.(A)State the different meanings of the following pairs of Homophones and make sentences of your own with each of them. πŸ‘ˆ Click here


Q7.(B)The following Homographs have the same spelling and pronunciation; but can have different meanings. Make sentences of your own to show the difference. πŸ‘ˆ Click here


Q8.Glance through the text and prepare notes from the information that you get. Take only relevant points. Don’t use sentences. Arrange the points in the same order. You may use symbols or short forms. Present the points sequentially. Use highlighting techniques. πŸ‘ˆ Click here


Q9.Develop a story suitable to the conclusion end given below. Suggest a suitable title: πŸ‘ˆ Click here


Q10.You wish to join any one of the Indian Armed Forces. Fill in the following application form. πŸ‘ˆ Click here


Q10.You wish to join any one of the Indian Armed Forces. Fill in the following application form.

SOLUTION

To

The Advertiser

N/AF Recruitment Service

Purangaon – 456 789

APPLICATION FOR RECRUITMENT

Rect notice No 1234

  1. Post applied for Navy
  2. Name and surname of Candidate (in Block letters)
NEHA KUMAR
  1. Father’s NameRakesh Kumar
    Mother’s NameSwati Kumar
  2. Date of Birth12 January 1999
  3. Contact details:
    Tel. No.(Res) – __________
    Mobile number – xxxxxxxx10
    Email ID – xxxxxxxxxxxx
  4. Permanent Address:
    House No./Street/Village – C-2/302, Sai palace,
    Post Office – Β Β ____Β  Β  ____
    District – Palghar
    State – Maharashtra

    Pincode – xxxxxx
  5. Educational Qualifications:
SerialNumberQualificationName of School/CollegeName of Board/UniversityPercentage obtained
E12563SSCAbhaya SchoolMaharashtra state Board81%
M45896HSCSaint JosephMaharashtra state Board74%
  1. Whether registered at any employment exchange Yes/ No No
    (If yes, mention registration number and the name of the Employment Exchange.)
  2. Outstanding achievements in extra-curricular activities/ sports/ games, etc.
    xxxxxxxx

Why you wish to join Armed Forces- xxxxxxxxxx


Q9.Develop a story suitable to the conclusion end given below. Suggest a suitable title:

Conclusion: ….. and so, with tears of joy and pride, the 10-year-old Sanyogita More received the National Bravery Award from the Prime Minister.

SOLUTION

A wonderful act of bravery

It was the 26th of July in Mumbai. It was raining cats and dogs. 10-year-old Sanyogita More stood at the door of her hit. The street was flooded with water. Sanyogita was frightened. Her parents had not returned from work and she was all alone.

Suddenly, she saw two little boys, Rohan and Sohan, come out from the neighbouring hut to play in the water. As Sanyogita watched, there came a sudden gush of water and the boys were dragged towards an open manhole, which had been marked with a huge stick. They caught hold of the stick, but the stick began to tilt. It would soon fall and the boys would go down the manhole!

Sanyogita ran as fast as she could towards the boys. Pulling a rope from a nearby door, she looped it around a large stone. She held onto the rope and extended her hand towards the boys. “Catch my hand. Sohan, Rohan.” she shouted. “Catch! Catch soon!”

The boys were in a panie but they did as they were told. Sohan held Rohan’s leg. Rohan held Sanyogita’s hand, and Sanyogita held onto the rope, “Help! Help! she shouted, knowing that if the rope broke or the stone was dislodged, they would all go into the manhole.

She stood there shivering her arms numb, for nearly 15 minutes before help arrived. Sanyogita collapsed after the incident. The news of her brave deed spread far and wide, and reached the ears of the Prime Minister, who decided to honour her with an award. And so, with tears of joy and pride, the 10-year-old Sanyogita More received the National Bravery Award from the Prime Minister.


Q8.Glance through the text and prepare notes from the information that you get. Take only relevant points. Don’t use sentences. Arrange the points in the same order. You may use symbols or short forms. Present the points sequentially. Use highlighting techniques.

SOLUTION

Air Force Marshal Arjan Singh-Icon of India’s

Military History-Β 

  • Date of Birth: 15 April, 1919
  • Qualifications: Empire Pilot Training Course at RAF (Cranwell)
  • Responsibilities: first assignment to fly Westland Wapiti biplanes in No.1 RIAF Squadron a brief stint in No.2 RIAF Squadron: moved back to No.1 RIAF Squadron as Flying Officer overall commander of Shiksha’ led the IAF during the 1965 Indo-Pak war led a squadron against the Japanese during the Arakan Campaign: assisted the advance of Allied Forces to Yangoon led a fly past on August 15, 1947 commanded Ambala in the rank of Group.

Captain – took over as AOC of an operational command

β€’ took over reins of the IAF

β€’ ambassador to Switzerland: Lieutenant Governor of Delhi

  • Achievements:

β€’ selected for the Empire Pilot Training Course at

RAF (Cranwell) in 1938, at age 19

β€’ promoted to rank of Squadron Leader in 1944

β€’ led a fly-past over the Red Fort on August 15, 1947 promoted to rank of Wing Commander: promoted to rank of Air Commodore in 1949

β€’ longest tenure as AOC 19491952 and 1957.

1961)

β€’ appointed as Deputy Chief of Air Staff at the end of the 1962 war: appointed as Vice Chief of Air Staff in 1963

β€’ rank of Air Marshal in August 1964; took over reins of IAF

β€’ successfully led the IAF in 1965 Indo-Pak war

β€’ promoted as Air Vice Marshal; appointed as

AOC-in-C of an operational command

β€’ first Air Chief to keep his flying currency till his CAS rank: has flown more than 60 different types of aircraft

β€’ first and only Air Chief Marshal of the IAF

  • Awards:

Distinguished Flying Cross (1944) Padma Vibhushan

  • After retirement:

Ambassador to Switzerland; Lieutenant Governor of Delhi9.


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