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SSLC English I Paper Question No. 50

Question number 50 in the English I Paper carries 10 marks.
Some simple tricks to score full marks.
 Read the questions first. This helps you to scan the passage for exact answer more quickly.  Sometimes the second question will answer the first question. So read all the question and then read the passage.  This approach saves time.



A model exercise is given below.

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow: 5 x 2=10
50. Discipline is the most essential virtue you should acquire when you are young. It is a complex quality. It shapes your mind to religious, social and economic patterns when you grow up to be an active citizen. At a young age, we do not realize the value of discipline, as children, we merely long for unlimited freedom, without understanding the meaning of discipline. An athlete disciplines himself and keeps himself fit. He refrains from smoking, observes good food habits and keeps good health. Discipline increases the human energy and implies control, resistance and adjustment. Our energy is saved and made vital for a good output.
Questions:
a) the word ’essential’ mean:
   i) Necessary  ii) important iii) compulsory
       b) How does discipline aid a citizen?
     c)  Why don’t children want discipline?
       d)  Mention some ways in which an athlete maintains discipline.
         e)  How is discipline beneficial to human beings?

TRY ONLINE
Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow: 5 x 2=10

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow: 5 x 2=10

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!
50. Discipline is the most essential virtue you should acquire when you are young. It is a complex quality. It shapes your mind to religious, social and economic patterns when you grow up to be an active citizen. At a young age, we do not realize the value of discipline, as children, we merely long for unlimited freedom, without understanding the meaning of discipline. An athlete disciplines himself and keeps himself fit. He refrains from smoking, observes good food habits and keeps good health. Discipline increases the human energy and implies control, resistance and adjustment. Our energy is saved and made vital for a good output.
Questions:
a) the word ’essential’ mean:
i) Necessary ii) important iii) compulsory

b) How does discipline aid a citizen?
.
c) Why don’t children want discipline?
.
d) Mention some ways in which an athlete maintains discipline.
.
e) How is discipline beneficial to human beings?
.

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