Class 10 English Unit 4 Reading 2 Exercise [New Course 2080]

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Here, you can find all the solutions of Class 10 English Unit 4 Reading 2 Leave This Chanting & Singing exercise. 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.

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Class 10 English Unit 4 Reading 2 Leave This Chanting & Singing Exercise: Included all Questions and Answers (With Grammar II + Writing II Solution)

Reading II: Leave This Chanting & Singing

A. Find the words from the poem which have the following meanings.

a. a small piece of glass or stone threaded with others to make a necklace…….
Ans: beads
b. to prepare and use the land for growing crops……
Ans: tile
c. a piece of clothing …
Ans: garment
d. a layer of something that covers a surface …
Ans: mantle
e. the state of being rescued from danger, evil or pain…….
Ans: deliverance
f. a substance that produces a pleasant smell when you burn it …
Ans: incense
g. covered with marks……
Ans: stained
h. hard unpleasant work that makes you very tired……
Ans: toil

B. Find the modern equivalents of the following archaic words used in the poem.

a. dost – do
b. thou -you
c. thine-yours
d. thy-your

C. Answer the following questions.

a. Who is the poem addressed to?
Ans: The poem is addressed to the persons who worship God.

b. What does the speaker advise people?
Ans: The speaker advises people to worship human being and their

c. Where do people try to find the god?
Ans: The people try to find the god in chanting and worshipping.

d. Where, according to the speaker, does the god actually reside?
Ans: According to the speaker, the god actually resides with the workers; the people who work on the earth.

e. How can people have a glimpse of god?
Ans: The people can have a glimpse of the god in the hard working people.

f. Why can’t the god rescue people?
Ans: The God can’t rescue people because he is bound with the people themselves.

g. What does the speaker ask people to do in the last stanza?
Ans: The speaker asks people to meet the God who are near to us.

D. Do you believe in the existence of god? What do you do to please him? Share your opinion.

Different people have different beliefs about the existence of God or a higher power. Some people believe in the existence of God, while others do not. Those who believe in God may have various ways of pleasing Him, depending on their religious or spiritual beliefs. Truly speaking, I do believe in God.
However, it’s important to note that beliefs about God and how to please Him are personal and vary widely. Ultimately, the best way to please God (if you believe in Him) is to live a life of kindness, compassion, and moral virtue, treating others as you would like to be treated. For me, loving believing in humanity and believing in God are alike.

Class 10 English Unit 4 Reading 2 Grammar II Excercise

Here, you can find Class 10 English Unit 4 Reading 2 grammar 2 exercise based on new curriculum set by government of Nepal on 2080:

A. Match the following imperative sentences with their functions.

a. Kindly tell me where the bus park is.
Ans: making a request

b. Go straight and take the first turn on your right.
Ans: giving direction

c. Cook the rice in medium heat until it turns tender.
Ans: giving instruction

d. Please join us on the tour.
Ans: making an invitation

e. Don’t feed the animals in the zoo!-
Ans: warning

f. Wear warm clothes.
Ans: giving advice

g. Put your hands up.
Ans: making a command

h. Get out of here at once.
Ans: making an order

i. Let’s go for a walk.
Ans: suggesting

B. Change the following imperative sentences into negative.

a. Turn left at the junction.
Ans: Don’t turn left at the junction.

b. Please open the door.
Ans: Please, don’t open the door.

c. Let him tell a story.
Ans: Don’t let him tell a story.

d. Put out the light.
Ans: Don’t put out the light.

e. Let’s play a friendly football match.
Ans: Let’s not play a friendly football match.

f. Please help the man get out of well.
Ans: Please, don’t help the man get out of well.

g. Instruct the people about how they should work.
Ans: Don’t instruct the people about how they should work.

Class 10 English Unit 4 Reading 2 Writing II Excercise

B. Write a set of rules and regulations for the visitors in the following places. You may use the expressions given below.
….. is/are …..(not) allowed to …. strictly prohibited/forbidden to …., can/cannot ….. is/are required/expected to ….., must /must not …

a. Library
Ans: Rules and regulation for library:

    • Readers are not allowed to make noise in the library.
    • Tearing books is strictly Prohibited in the library
    • It is forbidden to make the library dirty.
    • Visitors cannot eat anything here.
    • The readers are expected not to disturb others.
    • Visitors most register their name and contact for taking book at home

b. Hospital
Ans: Rules and regulation for hospital:

    • Rules and regulations for library:
    • Visitors are not allowed to make unnecessary crowd noise in the hospital.
    • Plucking the flowers in the hospital garden is strictly prohibited.
    • It is forbidden to make the waiting area dirty.
    • Visitors cannot disturb any of the hospital staff while they are on duty.
    • The visitors are expected to sit silently and assist the patients. Visitors must register their names and contact number before visiting the patient

 Project work
Organise a speech contest entitled “Work is Worship” in your class. Ask teacher to judge your speech. You may invite students from other classes as the audience.

When we do good work, we are walking in the good works God has prepared for us. In this way we are living for the praise of God’s glory. We are worshiping God through what we do each day as workers: making good products, selling these good products at good prices, building good businesses that provide good jobs for workers, teaching children what is good and true, passing or enforcing good laws, making good art, building good buildings, planting and harvesting good food, and so forth and so on. Therefore, our work can be worship when we do good work for God’s glory. Our work can be a major way – some would even say the major way – for us to glorify God in our daily lives, offering our bodies to him as a living sacrifice while we work, doing everything in the name of the Lord.
Finally, I want to say that working for good purpose is far better than offering tons of flowers and lightening hundreds of candles to the statue of God.

Thank you.

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