Class 10 English Unit 15 Reading 2 Exercise [New Course 2080]

Greeting, Class 10 student. Are you looking for the Class 10 English Unit 15 Reading 2 exercises?

Here, you can find all the solutions of Class 10 English Unit 15 Reading 2 Sugarloaf Mountain: 5 Interesting excercise. Plus, we’ve also provided answer to Grammar II and Writing II section.

These all solutions are based on new curriculum set by government of Nepal published on 2080 B.S.

Remember, while it’s great to use this guide as a reference for your homework, we always encourage you to do the work on your own. However, if you find this guide helpful, feel free to share it with your friends. Now, let’s dive into Class 10 English Unit 15 Reading II Sugarloaf Mountain: 5 Interesting Facts exercises.

Class 10 English Unit 15 Reading 2 Sugarloaf Mountain: 5 Interesting Facts Exercise: Included all Questions and Answers (With Grammar II + Writing II Solution)

Reading II: Sugarloaf Mountain: 5 Interesting Facts

A. Match these words with their meanings.

a. landmark: an object or structure on land that is easy to see and recognize 

b. spectacular: very impressive

c. sprawling: covered with buildings across a large area 

d. tranquil: calm, quiet, and peaceful

e. blockbusters: very successful films

f. fortifications: walls or other constructions built to strengthen a place against attack

g. peninsula: a piece of land that is almost entirely surrounded by water and is attached to a larger land area

h. bustling: full of lively activity

B. We can form adjectives by adding -ing or ‘-ed’ at the end of the verbs as in sprawling, bustling and unfolding in the text. Complete the following sentences by changing the verb in the brackets into an adjective by adding ‘-ing’ or ‘ed’.

a. The children were annoyed when they missed the beginning of the movie.

b. Have you read Agni by Nabarai Lamsal? It’s a great book if you are interested in reading poems.

c. The result of the game was surprising The best team didn’t win!

d. I don’t enjoy going out with Sumi. She’s the most boring person I’ve ever mot.

e. The students were so excited when their school decided to take them on a trip.

f. Angela was quite terrified when she was flying for the first time.

g. I love to go to the fairs because they perform very interesting magic.

C. Match the paragraphs in Reading II with their correct headings.

A: Rock Climbing

B: Neighboring Mountains

C: Hollywood Star

D: Guanabara Bay

E: Awesome Cable Car Ride

D. Answer these questions.

a. Where is Sugarloaf Mountain located?
Ans: Sugarloaf Mountain is located at the entrance to Guanabara Bay in Southeastern Brazil.

b. How did the mountain get the name ‘Sugarloaf Mountain’?
Ans: The mountain got the name ‘Sugarloaf Mountain for its unique shape that resembles a traditional form of refined sugar used in the 19th century.

c. Do you think many people can do rock-climbing at a time when they visit the mountain Why?
Ans: Yes, many people can do rock-climbing at a time when they visit the mountain because there are 270 different routes there.

d. Which of the sites do you think the children would love to visit? Why?
Ans: I think the children would love to visit Morro de Urca because this place offers the children a good playing area

e. Name the first film in which Sugarloaf Mountain was featured.
Ans: The first film in which Sugarloaf Mountain was featured was ‘Now, Voyager’.

f. What is historic about Guanabara Bay?
Ans: Guanabara Bay was home to several fortifications built by the colonial government in the 16th century.

g. What should you do to enjoy the best scene of Guanabara Bay?
Ans: To enjoy the best scene of Guanabara Bay, I should take the two cable cars that take me to the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain. From there, I can enjoy stunning views of Rio de Janeiro, including the beautiful natural scenery of Guanabara Bay and the surrounding area.

h. Do you think a visitor should ride the cable cars while visiting the mountain? Why?
Ans: Yes, a visitor should ride the cable cars while visiting the mountain to see beautiful scenes below.

E. Do you think a visitor should ride cable cars while visiting the mountain? Why? Which of the facts of Sugarloaf Mountain interested you the most? Give reasons.
I would like to see Guanabara Bay that is in front of Sugar Loaf Mountain because it is beautiful to look at and has historical significance of 16th century. Guanabara is made up of more than 130 islands and surrounded by beautiful natural scenery.

Class 10 English Unit 15 Reading 2 Grammar II Excercise

Here, you can find Class 10 English Unit 15 Reading 2 grammar 2 exercise based on new curriculum set by government of Nepal on 2080:

A. Complete the following sentences choosing the correct preposition from the brackets.

a. I love to travel. Therefore, I went to Delhi by  plane last week.

b. Namrata visited Lumbini in 2002.

c. My best friend lives in a beautiful house across the street.

d. We had to walk up to the edge of tha desert to find water.

e. The Prime Minister died from head injury a few days after his accident.

f. My family has been living in Dharan for two years.

g. I am very pleased to meet you.

h. He is a tall boy with long brown hair.

i. Guman Singh is a student at Tribhuvan University.

j. On November 2, we will start our new semester.

k. I love your house by the river.

l. She misses her grandfather because she has not met him for ages.

B. Complete the text below with the correct prepositions.
I live in Bhairahawa, but every summer I like to travel to Pokhara. I am afraid of travelling by plane. Last summer I decided I would travel by bus. According to the ticket I received from the travel agency, the bus would leave Pokhara at 9:15 pm on Friday and arrive in Pokhara the following day at 5:30 in the morning. The travel would include boating in Fewa Lake from one end of the lake to another end. We would also drive to different beautiful places. It would be really wonderful

Class 10 English Unit 15 Reading 2 Writing II Excercise

There are many tourist destinations in Nepal. Choose one of them and write a letter or an email to your foreign friend mentioning interesting facts about the place. Also invite him/her to visit the place.
Name of the place: Melamchi
Location: Sindhupalchok District
Accessibility: 4 hour drive from Kathmandu, Araniko Highway Major attractions: Green forest, white water, Gumbas, Local food Contact information: Melamchi Municipality office.
Entry requirements: None
Subject: About Kathmandu city In Nepal

Dear friend Kazi,
I hope this email finds you well. I wanted to reach out and extend invitation to visit me here in Kathmandu, Nepal. I’ve been living here for some time now, and I think you would really enjoy exploring the city and experiencing the unique culture and traditions of Nepal. Kathmandu is a vibrant and bustling city, with a rich history and a diverse mix of people and cultures. There are so many things to see and do here, from visiting ancient temples and historical sites to trying delicious Nepali cuisine and shopping in local markets.

I would be more than happy to show you around and take you to some of favorite spots in the city. We could explore the bustling streets of Thamel, visit the iconic Swayambhunath Stupa, or take a trip to the nearby hills and enjoy stunning views of the Himalayas. Additionally, the weather in Kathmandu is fantastic in most of the time of year, with clear blue skies and warm temperatures. It’s the perfect time to plan a visit and enjoy all that this incredible city has to offer.
Let me know if you’re interested in visiting, and we can work out the details. I can’t wait to show you around and share the beauty and culture of Nepal with you.

Best regards,

Project Work
Collect information about a personality who has made a special contribution to your community. Prepare his/her life story and present it in the class
Til Bikram Nembang Limbu, also known by his pen name Bairagi Kainla, was a prominent Nepali literary figure who made significant contributions to Nepali literature. He learnt letters at home from the local teachers. He completed bachelor’s in arts later in life. Bairagi Kainla was a multitalented writer, poet, and social activist who wrote in both Nepali and Limbu languages. He authored several books, including poetry collections, novels, and short story collections, which dealt with social and political issues, as well as Limbu culture and traditions.

He was a true poet, former Chancellor of the Nepal Academy, pioneer of Tesro Aayam (Third Dimension) movement. He was awarded Jagdamba Shree Award, 2076 B.S., Sajha Puraskar, 2031 B.S. and Vishist Shrasta Samman in B.S. 2066.

Bairagi Kainla passed away leaving behind a rich literary legacy that continues to inspire and influence Nepali literature and culture. He game much more contribution to the community

Hope this Class 10 English Unit 15 Reading II Weathers exercises. including Grammar II and Writing II help you. To help us, share this with your friends.


Next: Class 10 English Unit 16 Exercise