English Subjective Guess Paper 11th Class 2016
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Important Letters for 1st Year 2016
Father/brother about your progress in studies OR Your father explaining the causes of your failure in December test – Father asking him to send some money – Friend about the profession you wish to adopt – Friend condoling the death of his father/mother – Friend congratulating him/ her on his/ her success in the examination – Friend inviting him/her to join you on a visit to a hill station on holidays – Friend requesting him/her to lend you his/her camera for a week – Mother telling her why you dislike hostel life – Mother who is worried about your health – Uncle thanking him for the birth day gift – Younger brother giving him a piece of advice about his studies OR Your younger brother suggesting to him some methods for improving English – Complaint to the manager requesting him to send you a correct bank statement – Landlord requesting for the necessary repair of the house you live in – Chairman of municipal committee regarding the unhygienic conditions of your locality and suggest some remedial measures – Editor of a newspaper requesting him to draw the attention of authorities to the problem of commuters due to increase in fares emanating from the hike in prices of petroleum products.
Important Application for 1st Year 2016
Principal for full fee concession or fee refund – Principal for the reduction in fine – Principal of your college for a character certificate – Principal of your college for grant of scholarship – Principal of your college for issuing college leaving certificate – Principal of your college for medical leave – Principal requesting him for one month’s leave – Principal requesting him/her to allow you change of subject – Principal of your college for condoning short of lectures.
Important Stories from Morals for 1st Year 2016
A friend in need is a friend indeed – A stitch in time saves nine – All that glitters is not gold – As you sow so shall you reap? – Do well and have well/Do good have good – God helps those who help themselves – Greed is a curse / A bird in hand is worth two in the bush – United we stand divided we fall – Kindness never goes unrewarded – Look before you leap / Do not build castle in the air – Haste makes waste – Cleverness always pays – Honesty is the best policy – Try, try again – Pride hath a fall – Slow and study wins the race – Union is strength – Where there is a will, there is a way.
Important Paragraph / Essay for 1st Year 2016
Good manners / Face is the index of personality – Fashions – Impacts of frequent break down of electricity – Role of media in the society / Social service – Patriotism / Terrorism – My Hero – Examination – Games and sports – Computer / Internet – Mobile phone.
Important Pairs of Words for 1st Year 2016
Abject, Object – Abstain, Refrain – Accept, Except – Access, Excess – Adapt, Adopt – Addition, Edition – Advice, Advise – Affect, Effect – Affection, Affectation – Allusion, Illusion – Alter, Altar – Amiable, Amicable – Angel, Angle – Ascent, Assent – Bail, Bale – Ballet, Ballot – Bare, Bear – Baron, Barren – Beach, Beech – Beneficent, Beneficial – Berth, Birth – Beside, Besides – Born, Borne – Brake, Break – Breath, Breathe – Bridal, Bridle – Cannon, Cannon – Canon, Cannon – Canvas, Canvass – Caste, Cast – Cease, Seize – Cell, Sell – Censer, Censor – Cite, Sight – Cite, Site – Cloth, Clothe – Confidant, Confident – Cost, Caste – Council, Counsel – Cue, Queue – Cure, Heal – Dairy, Diary – Dear, Deer – Deceased, Diseased – Deny, Refuse – Device, Devise – Dew, Due – Die, Dye – Dose, Doze – Droop, Drop – Dual, Duel – Eligible, Illegible – Eminent, Imminent – Empire, Umpire – Empty, Vacant – Essential, Necessary – Expect, Hope – Fair, Fare – Farther, Further – Flee, Fly – Floor, Flour – Foul Fowl – Fowl, Foul – Further, Farther – Gait, Gate – Hail, Hale – Heal, Heel – Hue, Hew – Idle, Idol – Imaginary, Imaginative – Judicial, Judicious – Later, Latter – Lessen, Lesson – Liar, Lawyer – Lose, Loose – Lose, Lose – Male, Mail – Marry, Merry – Meat, Meet – Medal, Meddle – Miner, Minor – Pore, Pour – Pray, Prey – Principal, Principle – Profit, Prophet – Quiet, Quite -Herd, Heard– Rain, Rein – Respectable, Respectful – Rode, Road – Root, Route – Rout, Route – Sight, Site – Soar, Sore – Sore, Soar – Soul, Sole – Stair, Stare – Steal, Steel – Storey, Story – Team, Team – Teem, Team – Temper, Tamper – Tenor, Tenure – Vain, Vane – Vain, Vein – Vale, Veil – Vine, Wine – Vocation, Vacation – Waist, Waste – Wait, Weight – Way, Weigh – Weak, Week – Whether, Weather – Yoke, Yolk – Aught, Ought – Adept, Affection – Affectation, Avocation – Adverse, Averse – Altar, Alter – Artist, Artiste – Angle, Angel – Calendar, Calender – Check, Cheque – Compliment, Complement – Continual, Continuous – Cattle, Kettle – Confident, Condidant – Course, Coarse – Coporeal, Corporal – Corpse, Corps – Dependant, Dependent – Elder, Older – Eligible, Illigible – Emigrant, Immigrant – Farther, Further – Feet, Feat – Foul, Fowl – Float, Swim – Goal, Gaol – Graceful, Gracious – Honorary, Honorable – Human, Humane – Idol, Idle – Impossible, Impassable – Industrial, Industrious – Kettle, Cattle – lay, Lie – Lovely, Lovable – Lion, Loin – Lesson, Lessen – Main, Mane – Metal, Mettle – Moral, Morale – Official, Officious – Ordinance, Ordnance – Peace, Piece – Popular, Populous – Pane, Pain – Peal, Peel – Proceed, Precede – Sensible, Sensitive – Stationary, Stationery – Sole, Soul – Tale, Tail – Temporary, Tempral – Vocation, Vacittioil – Verbal, Verbose – Way, Wages – Weather, Whether – Wreak, Wreck.