Class 10 English guide 2080 unit 11 | World Record

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World Record

Class 10 English guide 2080 unit 11 World Record has the complete exercises and notes. it will be very helpful to the students.

A. Complete the following table to extend the words to different word classes.

1. charm (verb) – charmlessness (noun)- charming (adjective) – charmingly (adverb)

2. scorch (verb) – scorcher (noun) – scorching (adjective) – scorchingly (adverb)

3. sizzle (verb)- sizzler (noun) – sizzling (adjective) – sizzlingly (adverb)

4. beautify (verb)- beauty (noun)- beautiful (adjective) – beautifully (adverb)

5. purify (verb) – purity (noun)- pure (adjective) – purely (adverb)

6. taste (verb)- tastiness (noun)- tasty (adjective) – tastefully (adverb) )

7. surprise (verb) – surprise (noun), surprising (adjective) – surprisingly (adverb)

B. Write True for true and False for false statements.

a. Two people are going to cast their performance to break the world record today.True

b. Michael is one of the contestants.False

c. Michael also tried dipping his foot on the bucket.False

d. Albert broke the world record for standing on a bucket of hot soup.False

e. The word ‘sizzling’ is similar in meaning to “scorching”.True

f. The program is a comedy show.True

C. Answer these questions.

a. Who is Mabel Phillips?Mabel Phillips is one of the contestants in the TV studio attempting to break a world record.

b. What is she trying to do?Mabel Phillips is leaning on a brush.

c. How do they maintain the heat of the soup?The heat of the soup is maintained by Albert’s wife, Mrs. Hargreaves. She periodically brings more boiling soup and pours it into the bucket to keep it hot.

d. How far was Albert from breaking the record?Albert was only one minute away from breaking the world record. At the time of the incident, he had been standing on one leg in the bucket of hot soup for seven hours and two minutes, while the world record was seven hours and three minutes.

e. How did the man lose his trousers?The man lost his trousers because he took them off to have a bath. When he got out of the bath, his trousers were gone.

f. Why do you think Mabel pushed Albert?Mabel’s push indicates that her action was a part of the comedic element of the show. It was likely intended to generate laughter from the audience and add a humorous twist to the situation.

Grammar II

A. Change the following sentences into affirmative.

a. Dev Narayan does not perform well.Dev Naryan perform well.

b. The dog did not bite Fatima.The dog bit Fatima.

c. A room in the flat did not need painting.A room in the flat needed painting.

d. All the students did not have to sit in the re-examination.All the students had to sit in teh re-examination.

e. He never drinks wine.He always drinks wine.

f. Don’t pour much water in the curry.Pour a little water in the curry.

g. Nobody came to me.Somebody came to me.

h. There is not any one in the locality living in luxury.There is someone in the locality living in luxury.

i. He does not have a bath every day.He has a bath every day.

j. Neither the boy nor the man goes to school.Either the boy or the man goes to school.

k. She does not have anything in her bag.She has something in her bag.

l. He does not work with us.he works with us.

B. Rewrite the following letter correcting the errors in subject-verb agreement.

Dear Hiring Manager,

I feel that I am the ideal candidate for the position of Communication Manager in your company. I have three years of experience as a receptionist in a company that are similar to yours. My phone skills and written communication is excellent. These skills, and others that I have learned on tha job, helps me understand that every person in a company help make the business a success. At my current job, the team always say that I am very helpful. Everyone appreciate when I go the extra mile to get the job done right. My current employer and co-workers feels that I am an asset to the team. along with my colleagues are efficient and organized. Is there any other details about me that you would like to know? If so, please contact me. Here are my resume. You can reach me by e-mail or phone. I looks forward to speaking with you in person.

Sincerely Yours

Adara Banu

Writing II

B. Write a similar message of condolence using the given outlines.

Jayananda Lama (1956-2022…….passed away at his residence, Kaushaltar Bhaktapur senior folk singer and actor incredible loss for the Nepali art sector ………..Kalakate Kainvo, Herda Ramro….. Chuin Chuin Chuilkane Joota, Mulako Ghana his super hit folk songs ……….acted in more than a hundred movies……. heartfelt condolencesHeartfelt CondolenceJayananda Lama(1956-2022)

We are deeply saddened to share the sudden passing away of of Jayananda Lama, a veteran folk singer and actor, who passed away at his residence in Kaushaltar, Bhaktapur. The Nepali art sector has suffered an immense loss with his departure, leaving a void that will be hard to fill.

Jayananda Lama, a true maestro in his field, enchanted audiences with his soul-stirring melodies and captivating performances. His super hit folk songs like “Kalakate Kainvo”, “Herda Ramro”, “Chuin Chuin Chuilkane Joota” and “Mulako Ghana” became anthems, weaving their way into the fabric of Nepali culture.

Not limited to his musical talents, Jayananda Lama graced the silver screen with his acting prowess, appearing in over a hundred movies. His on-screen presence and versatility won him acclaim and endeared him to audiences across the nation.

The Nepali art community, as well as his countless admirers, mourn the irreplaceable loss of Jayananda Lama. We extend our heartfelt condolences to his grieving family, friends, and colleagues.ABC Cultural Group

C. Imagine you and your friend. Purna were working in a factory. Unfortunately he broke his hand while working with a machine. Write a letter of sympathy using the clues given below.Purna — 28 years old — working together for 3 years — regular and dutiful —a sort of mechanical failure — gets hand broken on 20th Oct 2022 — in hospital under treatment — wish speedy recovery.

Dear Purna,

I hope this letter finds you well, albeit in unfortunate circumstances. I was deeply saddened to hear about the incident at the factory that resulted in your broken hand. The news came as a shock to me, and I immediately wanted to reach out and offer my sympathies.

We have been working together for three years now, and during this time, I have come to know you as a dedicated and hardworking individual. Your regular and dutiful presence at the factory has been admirable, and it is evident that you take great pride in your work. The incident that led to your injury seems to be a sort of mechanical failure, which serves as a reminder of how unpredictable and unexpected accidents can be.

I can only imagine the pain and inconvenience you must be experiencing right now. It must be difficult for you to be away from work and undergoing treatment at the hospital. However, I want you to know that you are not alone in this situation. Your colleagues and I are here to support you in any way we can. If there is anything specific you need assistance with, please do not hesitate to let us know.

Please focus on your recovery and follow the doctor’s advice diligently. Take this time to rest and allow your body to heal. I believe in your resilience and strength, and I am confident that you will make a swift recovery.

In the meantime, I want you to know that our thoughts and well-wishes are with you. We eagerly await your return to work, where your presence and expertise have been sorely missed. Until then, please take care and know that we are rooting for your speedy recovery.

Sending you warm regards and heartfelt sympathies.

[Your Name]

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