Class 10 English Unit 18 Exercise [New Course 2080]

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Here, you can find all the solutions of Class 10 English Media & Entertainment exercise. Plus, we’ve also provided answer to Grammar I and Writing I section.

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

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Class 10 English Unit 18 Media & Entertainment : Included all Questions and Answers (With Grammar I + Writing I Solution)

Reading I: Hachi: A Dog’s Tale

A. Find the words from the text for the meanings given below.

a.Unwavering: never changing or becoming weaker.
b.Devotion: great love, care and support for somebody/ something
c.Commuter: a person who travels some distance to work on a regular basis
d.Vendor: a person or company that sells goods or services
e.Adaption: the act of changing something make it suitable for a new situation
f.Reinforce: to strengthen with some added piece, support, of
g.Passionate: having or showing strong feelings
h. Cinematic: connecting with film and how they are made
i.Secular: not having any connection with religion

B. State whether the following statements are true or false.
a. Laura Busch is one of the characters in the movie. ‘False’
b. The dog is the symbol of love, devotion and loyalty. “True
c.The story of the movie is based on a real incident. “True
d. Portraying the traditional values of marriage is one of the weaknesses of the movie. ‘False’
e. Strong bonding between the dog and his master makes everyone emotional. ‘True’
f. This film is different from other family films. ‘True’



C. Answer these questions
a.What is the name of the dog in the movie?
Ans: The name of the dog in the movie is Hachi.
b. Who directed the movie?
Ans: Lasse Hallstrom directed the movie.
C. How was the relationship between the dog and his master?
Ans: The relationship between the dog and his master was very tight, beyond human relations.
d. Why was the statue of the dog made?
Ans: The statue of the dog was made to show faithfulness and loyalty.
e. Write any two weaknesses of the film.
Ans: Two weaknesses of the film are: passionate exchanges of kisses and sipping of the champagne.
f.What things in the movie touch the heart of the audience?
Ans: The emotional bondage between the dog and the characters touches the heart of the audience.

D. If you had a chance to ask the screenwriter of the movie a question, what would you ask? Discuss.
If you had a chance to ask the screenwriter of the movie a question, I
would ask:
What incident in your life made you think the plot of this story?

Class 10 English Unit 18 Grammar I Excercise

Here, you can find Class 10 English Unit 18 Grammar 1 exercise based on new curriculum set by government of Nepal on 2080:

A. Put the words in the proper order to make questions.

How did you feel on the plane?
What are the kids doing?
Why didn’t you phone me?
What did he find on the beach?
What do your parents have for breakfast?
What will the weather be like tomorrow?
Did they have a nice time?
Was the hotel near the beach?
Has Rita ever visited Italy?
Have you ever gone fishing?

B. Write the questions you would ask in each of the situations below.

a. You want to suggest going to a movie.
Ans: Which film should I watch in the vacation?
b. You want to know where Simran lives.
Ans: Where does Simran live?
C. You are inviting a friend to come to your home.
Ans: Will you come to my home tomorrow?
d.You are asking for permission to take a seat on a bus.
Ans: May I sit here?
e.You are looking for your pet dog. You are asking your neighbour.
Ans: Have you seen my dog lately?
f. You are asking Bharat about the number of books he has got.
Ans: How many books do you have Bharat?
g. You are asking your friend if her father cooks every day or once a week.
Ans: How often does your father cook?
h. You are asking your teacher about the weather tomorrow.
Ans: What will the weather be like tomorrow?


C. Complete the conversation below with suitable questions.
Pristine: Where do you live?
Mr. Waiba: I live in Dhadingbensi.
Pristine: How old are you?
Mr. Waiba: I am sixteen.
Pristine: Did you go to school?
Mr. Waiba: Yes, I went to school.
Pristine: What are your special interests?
Mr. Waiba: My interests? I don’t have any really.
Pristine: Which school are you going now?
Mr. Waiba: It’s Neelakantha Secondary School.
Pristine: Do you have any complaints about your school?
Mr. Waiba: Nothing. I like everything about my school.

Class 10 English Unit 18  Writing I Excercise

Write a review of a film you have recently watched.

Title: A Thrilling Ride with Fast X!

Rating: ★★★★☆ (4/5)

Fast X delivers a high-octane and exhilarating experience that is sure to satisfy any adrenaline junkie. As an action-packed movie, it doesn’t disappoint when it comes to heart-pounding stunts, jaw-dropping car chases, and a gripping storyline that keeps you on the edge of your seat.

The film’s biggest strength lies in its well-choreographed action sequences. From the opening scene to the final showdown, the director masterfully captures the essence of speed and danger. The daring stunts performed by the lead actors are nothing short of impressive, making it a visual treat for action enthusiasts. The use of practical effects and minimal CGI gives the movie a more authentic feel, enhancing the overall experience.

Fast X also introduces some new and compelling characters while bringing back fan-favorites from previous installments. The chemistry among the cast is evident, adding depth to the relationships and emotions portrayed on screen. The character development is a pleasant surprise, as it allows the audience to connect with the protagonists on a more personal level beyond their driving skills.

While the film shines in its action sequences, some may find the plot a bit predictable and clichéd. Despite the attempts to inject emotional moments into the storyline, it remains primarily centered around the thrill of racing and high-speed heists. Additionally, a few subplots felt underdeveloped and could have benefited from more screen time to add further depth to the narrative.

One aspect that stands out is the breathtaking cinematography. The visuals are stunning, capturing the fast-paced world of street racing in all its glory. The diverse landscapes and cityscapes provide a fresh and exciting backdrop for the adrenaline-pumping races and stunts.

Fast X delivers on its promise of high-speed entertainment, but it’s important to remember that it’s primarily geared towards action fans and followers of the franchise. If you’re looking for a deep and thought-provoking storyline, this might not be the right pick. However, if you crave an action-packed joyride with top-notch driving skills and breathtaking stunts, Fast X is the movie for you.

In conclusion, Fast X remains true to the essence of the franchise, offering an action-packed adventure that will leave you craving more. With impressive action sequences, captivating characters, and stunning visuals, it’s a rollercoaster of thrills from start to finish. Strap in, buckle up, and get ready for a wild ride with Fast X.


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