SSC 10th Important Verbal to Non Verbal for Board Exam 2019

A1. Information Transfer (Non-verbal to Verbal):

Transfer the given information into a paragraph.



Manufacture of Paper

Paper is chiefly used for writing. The raw material used in the manufacture of paper is wood, grass, bamboo and rags. There are several processes by which the raw material is converted into pulp. Most commonly the raw material is cut into pieces and then immersed in water to convert it into pulp. The pulp is then mixed with lime for whitening it. This pulp and lime mixture is boiled at high pressure. The pulp is next passed through wire meshes. The paper sheets are removed from the mesh while it is still wet. These wet sheets are passed over heated rollers to remove the water and the paper is dried so as to make thin  sheets of paper.


OR


A2. Read the following passage and complete the table

Dialect is a form of a language spoken in one area which may be different from other forms of the same language. Each language has dialects which change every few kilometers. India is a multi-lingual country. Each state follows its own language as official language. For example, Marathi is the official language of Maharashtra, while Ahirani, Wharadi, Konkani and Malwani are its dialects. Several languages in India are spoken but do not have any script. In Karnataka, Kannada is the official language. Tulu is spoken in Karnataka but has no script. In England, English is the official language while Scottish, spoken in Scotland and Welsh spoken in Wales are dialects of English.


State
Official language
Dialects
Spoken /Without script
Maharashtra
Marathi


Karnataka



England





Ans.

State
Official language
Dialects
Spoken /Without script
Maharashtra
Marathi
Ahirani, Wharadi,
Konkani, Malwani
-
Karnataka
Kannada
Tulu
No script
England
English
Scottish, Welsh
-


A 1. Transfer the information about the Water-cycle given in the flow chart into a paragraph:


Ans.
Water-Cycle
It is common knowledge that the sunrays absorb water from the surface of the Earth — namely seas, streams, rivers and other such water bodies. This gets converted into water vapour and thus rises. As it goes higher, it becomes cooler and begins to move. Various particles ofvapour collect together and condense to form clouds which when become too heavy are difficult to sustain. The condensed vapour in these clouds then comes down in the form of rains and fills the various water bodies from where once again it evaporates with the heat of the Sun and thus, the cycle of water is maintained.


OR.



Information Transfer (Non-verbal to verbal)

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Ans. THE JOURNEY OF MANUSCRIPT

From the given flow chart, it is very evident that the information pertains to the journey of a manuscript from its initial stage to the final printing of a book or a magazine.

Manuscripts are collected from both students and teachers. They are thoroughly screened and edited, where necessary additions, alterations and omissions are made to the copy. A rough draft is then prepared after which the manuscript is sent to the printer along with a dummy. Then comes the stage of proof correction. After the corrections are made and the manuscript is proofread, it is sent for final printing.


A2. Here are some tips about keeping healthy as given in a science magazine. Read and write in the form of Do’s and Don’ts (table):

You must include vegetables and fruits in your diet and drink a lot of water. You should avoid junk food and aerated water. You shouldn’t sit for long periods of time. Rather you should exercise regularly. You shouldn’t ignore the importance of good breathing habits. Try breathing deeply whenever you think of it. See to it that you sleep for at least 7 hours a day. In fact, you should avoid irregular timings.

Ans.
Do
Don’t
Include vegetables and fruits in your diet.
Consume junk and unhealthy food especially street food.
Drink plenty of water.
Drink aerated water.
Exercise regularly.
Sit for lengthy periods of time.
Try breathing deeply whenever possible
Ignore the importance of good breathing.
Sleep for at least seven hours a day.
Sleep at irregualr times.

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