Chapter 2: Voyaging Towards Excellence English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Latest edition

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Chapter 2: Voyaging Towards Excellence


There are different ways to travel from one place to another for different purposes. Discuss with your partner and match the words given in table A with their meanings in table B.


A

B

(a) Cruise

(i) a long journey on a ship

(b) Expedition

(ii) a short visit to an outdoor place where people celebrate, enjoy and eat meals

(c) Camp

(iii) a brief pleasure outdoor visit

(d) Trip

(iv) a short journey to a place with a particular purpose

(e) Excursion

(v) a place usually away from urban areas where tents are erected for shelter

(f) Picnic

(vi) a journey especially by a group of people for a specific purpose

(g) Voyage

(vii) a journey on a boat or ship to a number of places

SOLUTION

(a) Cruise - a journey on a boat or ship to a number of places

(b) Expedition - a journey especially by a group of people for a specific purpose

(c) Camp - a place usually away from urban areas where tents are erected for shelter

(d) Trip - a brief pleasure outdoor visit

(e) Excursion - a short journey to a place with a particular purpose

(f) Picnic - a short visit to an outdoor place where people celebrate, enjoy and eat meals

(g) Voyage - a long journey on a ship


Discuss the following with your partner and complete the web.


Chapter 2: Voyaging Towards Excellence English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Latest edition


SOLUTION


Chapter 2: Voyaging Towards Excellence English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Latest edition


Upbringing plays a very important role in shaping one’s life. The teacher will form two groups in the class. One group will speak in favour of the above topic while the other will speak against it. Debate brings out different perspectives, it does not mean one is right and other is wrong. You can take help of the following points and have a debate on it.


In favour of the topic

Against the topic

1. Provides a healthy atmosphere

1. Achievers can be successful in any atmosphere

2. Makes you confident

2. They are self-confident, reliant and dependent

3. Helps in finding the role model

3. They become role models for others

4. Helps to follow the footsteps of successful people

4. They set an example for others


SOLUTION


The students can elaborate their points in favour and against the topic on the following lines.


In favour of the topic

Against the topic

1. It breeds healthy thinking and imagination

1. Examples of those who have risen from humble backgrounds such as Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar or Cristiano Ronaldo

2. Offers better exposure

2. Confidence is an intrinsic quality

3. Easier to finds one’s strength if upbringing is good

3. They lead by example

4. A good upbringing brings one closer to the rich and the famous, so it’s easier to find motivation in them and be like them.

4. After all, someone has to take the lead, so they become an example for others when they shine through their adversities.

[Students are expected to take cue from the pointers given in the question along with the ones given in the answer to attempt the above activity]



Go through the text again and describe the second innings of the writer in your own words.


SOLUTION


The author became a writer in Marathi in his second innings. He wrote 34 books in Marathi, most of which became bestsellers. He could change the lives of thousands of his readers after they read his autobiography ‘Musafir’ and his book on Psychology ‘Manat’. He even helped his readers understand complex concepts with hi book on Science, ‘Kimayagar’, and Maths, ‘Ganiti’. He has also helped create at least 20 entrepreneurs and so on. He has essentially touched the hearts of thousands of his readers in his second innings.


Read the text again and make a list of great Indian and foreign personalities who had a great impact on Achyut Godbole during his childhood. One is done for you.

Poets

Vinda Karandikar

Writers


Musicians


Dramatists


Painters


SOLUTION


Poets

Vinda Karandikar, Mangesh Padgaonkar, Vasant Bapat

Writers

Keshavsut, Mardhekar, Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy

Musicians

Pt. Bhimsen Joshi, Pt. Jasraj, Pt. Kumar Gandharv, Mozart

Dramatists

Shakespeare

Painters

Van Gogh, Michael Angelo


Find different techniques used by the writer to learn Science and Mathematics. One is done for you.


The writer used to appreciate the inherent beauty of these subjects.

________________

________________

________________


SOLUTION


The writer used to appreciate the inherent beauty of these subjects.

The writer used to solve the Physics and Mathematics problems of 9th standard when he was in 7th standard.

The writer tried to find the most elegant way of solving a problem.

The writer looked beyond marks and developed a problem-solving attitude.

The writer faced numerous problems while communicating in English because - 


He had his entire education in Marathi.

_________________________

_________________________

_________________________

_________________________


SOLUTION


He had his entire education in Marathi.

He would think in Marathi and translate awkwardly into English.

His vocabulary was very weak.

His pronunciation was terrible.

His construction of English sentences was very awkward.


The writer was completely stumped because his -

SOLUTION


vocabulary was _______.


vocabulary was weak.


Spoken English was _______


Spoken English was quite pathetic.


Pronunciation was _______


Pronunciation was terrible.


construction of sentences was _______


construction of sentences was awkward.


Read the text again and complete the sentence:


Due to the writer’s pathetic English speaking style, he___________

_________________________

_________________________

_________________________


SOLUTION


Due to the writer’s pathetic English speaking style, he______

was feeling quite lonely in Mumbai in general and IIT in particular

developed an inferiority complex

wanted to run away from IIT and even Mumbai


Complete the following sentence. 


The writer wanted to achieve mastery in English because he wanted to speak _______.


SOLUTION


he wanted to speak excellent, elegant and fluent English.


Complete the following sentence. The writer wanted to achieve mastery in English because he will be able to ______.


SOLUTION


he will be able to communicate well in English.


Complete the following sentence. The writer wanted to achieve mastery in English because he need not have to_________


SOLUTION


he need not have to translate from Marathi to English in an awkward manner.


Make a list of different steps that the writer undertook to improve his English speaking skills.

____________________

____________________

____________________


SOLUTION


He started reading English newspapers and novels.

He studied etymology (roots of the words) and phonetics (pronunciation of the words).

He would stand in front of the mirror to practice speaking and would realise his mistakes and correct those himself; he improvised as well as improved himself day by day.


Read the text again and describe the writer’s achievements after gaining mastery over the English language.


His fear for English disappeared.

_________________________________

_________________________________


SOLUTION


His fear for English disappeared.

He started feeling confident of speaking in English at length with anybody.

Later in his career, he could make presentations and negotiate deals, all because of his improved English.


Go through the text again and complete the table comparing two different phases of life of the writer as an MD or Chief Executive Officer and an activist of Sarvodaya movement.


MD or Chief Executive Officer

Activist of Sarvodaya Movement

Head of the company for 23 years

Participated in a peaceful satyagraha






SOLUTION


MD or Chief Executive Officer

Activist of Sarvodaya Movement

Head of the company for 23 years

Participated in a peaceful satyagraha

Travelled all over the globe around 150 times for business

Went to jail for 10 days

Wrote four books of 500-700 pages each on Information Technology

Was jobless for a while, and then did a lowly paid job


Complete the web highlighting the various opportunities you gained due to your good English speaking skills.


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SOLUTION


Chapter 2: Voyaging Towards Excellence English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Latest edition


Always selected for debate competitions 

Made the secretary of school’s literary club 

Asked to anchor school functions

Sent as the school’s student representative to various inter-school competitions/functions


Describe situation or incident when you felt embarrassed for your lack of knowledge of a particular subject or incompetence in speaking English fluently.


SOLUTION


This incident happened when I was in the 8th standard and was chosen as the news-reader for the week during the morning assembly of the school. I was scared because I had just moved to an English-medium school from a vernacular-medium school and didn’t know whether I would be able to read the news in front of so many people. It was also going to be my first stage-appearance, which made me all the more anxious. As expected, I lost confidence while on stage and couldn’t read properly in front of four thousand students, teachers and the principal in the assembly. I felt embarrassed at my incompetence and thought that I was inferior as compared to the other students. I didn’t go back on the stage until I had improved my English.


Fill in the blank selecting the correct phrase from the alternatives given. 


[be completely stumped, be broken, feel out of place, speak at length, feel at home, sea of knowledge, broaden one’s horizon, one’s second innings, touch the hearts, keep one going]


SOLUTION


By the end of the week she was beginning ________ home in her new job.


By the end of the week she was beginning to feel at home in her new job.


When he lost his mother he was completely ________.

 

When he lost his mother he was completely broken.


Travelling can help to _______.


Travelling can help to broaden one’s horizon.


After my retirement, I started ________ as a social worker


After my retirement, I started my second innings as a social worker.


Having faith in God _______ in difficult situation.


Having faith in God keeps one going in difficult situation.


To succeed in any competitive examination, one requires a _______.


To succeed in any competitive examination, one requires a sea of knowledge.


The simple village girl _______ in a formal party.


The simple village girl feels out of place in a formal party.


The work done by Sindhutai Sapkal _______ of millions.


The work done by Sindhutai Sapkal touches the hearts of millions.


The teacher _______ explaining the concept.


The teacher spoke at length explaining the concept.


The speaker was ________ by the intelligent questions asked by the audience.

The speaker was completely stumped by the intelligent questions asked by the audience.


Read the text again and find out all the words related to the game of cricket. List two meanings of each. One is done for you.


Words related to the game of cricket

Meanings


1. Second innings

General

the second phase of the life of an individual where he/she starts/pursues a new or different career or the post-retirement life

Cricket

when a team comes to bat for the second time in a test match

2



3



4




SOLUTION

Words related to the game of cricket

Meanings


1. Second innings

General

the second phase of the life of an individual where he/she starts/pursues a new or different career or the post-retirement life

Cricket

when a team comes to bat for the second time in a test match

2. Scoring

General

to secure or obtain, as in scoring marks

Cricket

getting runs

3. Run

General

the action of moving fast on one’s feet

Cricket

one unit of the score in a game

4. Length

General

the extent

Cricket

the distance that cricket ball travels before bouncing on the pitch


Go through the text to find the antonyms of the words given in the grid and fill the boxes. One is done for you.

Chapter 2: Voyaging Towards Excellence English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Latest edition

(1) unlucky                       (2) solution

(3) trust                            (4) confident

(5) advanced                    (6)  blockhead


SOLUTION


Chapter 2: Voyaging Towards Excellence English Yuvakbharati 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Latest edition


Primary Auxiliary Verbs are ‘be’, ‘have’, and ‘do’ which occur most commonly and can also be used as a main verb in a clause.


Go through the sentences given below and say whether the verbs are the main verbs or primary auxiliary verbs.


SOLUTION


I had a very simple upbringing. __


had – main verb


I was immensely impressed.___


was – main verb


I had learnt from my childhood that money did not mean everything in life.___


had – auxiliary verb


He was a convent educated guy.___


was – main verb


They did all the work in time.__


did – main verb


I had to achieve a lot in life.___


had – auxiliary verb


Read the given sentences:


Does Sam write all his own reports?

The secretaries haven’t written all the letters yet.

Terry is writing an e-mail to a client at the moment.


The verbs in bold are broadly used to express tense. ‘Do’ can also be used for adding emphasis, as in “I do know the answer.” The verbs “be’, ‘have’ and ‘do’ are called Primary Auxiliaries. When helping verbs are used to express the mode or action, they are called Modals.


You shall have a holiday tomorrow. (Simple Future)

We should obey our elders. (Obligation)

can play the piano. (Ability) 

Could you open the window, please? (Request).


In the above examples, the modals indicate the expressions given in brackets. There are other modals that are used for expressions.


Study the given table carefully and do the activities that follow.

Modals less definite to more definite

Expressions

can, could

ability

should

advise, obligation

shall, will

futurity, determination

would

habitual past, request

may, might

permission, possibility

must, have to

compulsion

used to

habitual past

ought to

obligation

need to

necessity

dare to

courage

(a) Fill in the blanks with appropriate modals according to the situations given in the following sentences.


Take an umbrella. It _______ rain later.

People _______ walk on the grass.

_______ I ask you a question?

The signal has turned red. You _______ wait.

I was a sportsperson in my school days. I ________ play badminton.

I am going to the library. I _______ find my friend there.


(b) Find from the text, the sentences that show past habit.

 

 

SOLUTION


(a)

Take an umbrella. It may rain later.

People should not walk on the grass.

May I ask you a question?

The signal has turned red. You must wait.

I was a sportsperson in my school days. I used to play badminton.

I am going to the library. I might find my friend there.


(b) The following lines from the text show past habits.

They used to talk about Keshavsut, Mardhekar, Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, and Thomas Hardy.

Must of the times, the topics of discussion at home were about music, literature, paintings, sculptures etc.

In fact, I loved these subjects.

used to study these, subjects or any subjects for that matter for its inherent beauty.

At IT, most of the students and professors used to converse in English whereas my English was very poor.

used to stand in front of the mirror and practice speaking English, realising my mistakes and correcting them myself all the time and improvising and improving day by day.


Do as Directed.


I did not fully understand their discussions but I was immensely impressed.  (Remove ‘but’)


SOLUTION


Although I did not fully understand their discussions, I was immensely impressed.


I had decided that I would do nothing of this sort. (Remove ‘that’)


SOLUTION:


I had decided against doing anything of this sort.


My fear had vanished and I started feeling at home in my hostel.  (Use 'when')


SOLUTION


When my fear had vanished, I started feeling at home in my hostel.


It was only my self-esteem which stopped me.  (Remove ‘which’)


SOLUTION


Only my self-esteem stopped me.


I plunged into all these branches of knowledge. It was a period of renaissance.    (Join with ‘which’)


SOLUTION


It was the period of renaissance during which I plunged into these branches of knowledge.


When I look back, there are a number of lessons that I cherish.  (Remove ‘When’)


SOLUTION


On looking back, there are a number of lessons that I cherish.


There are hundreds who tell me that they understood the theory of relativity.      (Remove 'who')


SOLUTION


There are hundreds telling me that they understood the theory of relativity.


Flyer is a small piece of paper intended for wide distribution at a public place, handed out to individuals or sent through mail or post it is used for advertising, an event, programme, drive or product.


Admissions Open

New Arts, Science and Commerce College,

New Delhi

(Mission Statement: Changing Lives Through Quality Education)


Details

Features

Why To Choose Us

Courses available

Junior College, Undergraduate and Post graduate

Certificate courses and diplomas

Regualr and Distance modes

Big, spacious and smart classrooms

Highly experienced teaching staff

Advanced courses and programmes

Modern and digital technology

Our student shine in all walks of life.

Our teachers' passion and dedication

Beautiful campus and ambience

Record-breaking results

Our name itself is a sign of trust


For more details or any query:


Contact: Principal/Supervisor/Heads of different Departments 


or visit the website: 


www.newartsscienceandcommercecollegenewdelhi.in


Time: 10 am to 5.30 pm


Go through the sample of the flyer given above and prepare flyers on the following topics.


Use the following points:

Details

Special Features

Why to choose us / Need of drive/ Purpose of the mission

Anything special

Add your own points


Topics:


Yoga Class / Summer Hobby Class

Tree Plantation Drive

Cleanliness Drive

Help us to end Child Labour

Let’s get rid of the monsters - tobacco and alcohol


SOLUTION


(1) Yoga Class / Summer Hobby Class

 

Join Today!                                     Join Today!

Prehub Yoga Club

Where fitness is a way of life


135/21, M.G.Road, Dadar(W), Mumbai


Details

Features

Why to choose us

Anything Special

Batches starting from next week

Weekday and Weekend batches available

Suitable timings (10 a.m. to 7 p.m.)

Hourly batches focusing on strength training, gaining flexibility, improving posture, weight management, strengthening core, and increasing energy

Get trained by yoga gurus practising the form for over two decades

Access the stateof-the-art, airconditioned rooms built specifically for yoga

Availability of outdoor podium for practising yoga in the fresh air

Availability of spacious changing rooms and shower rooms

Get private instructors for specialised training

Tarunya Yoga Club is a multicity franchise

We are spread over 54 cities across India

Renowned yoga gurus acclaimed for this form are associated with us

Our focus is to help you build a healthy and balanced lifestyle through strengthening your core

Terrific discounts for early enrollers!

Only yoga club in the city with additional amenities

Additional discounts for each referral

Become a part of our multi-city yoga club and stand a chance to participate in our amazing workshops


For additional details: Call 965472XXXX


For enrolling: Call 823622XXXX or visit our website www.hubyoga.com


Note: Do the rest of the topics yourself.


Achyut Godbole has written many bestsellers that are famous far and wide. Read at least two books of your choice, make summary of those books and submit.


Do it yourself.


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GRAMMAR

 

English Yuvakbharati Latest Syllabus Solution. 

 

SECTION ONE (Prose)

 

Chapter 1.1: An Astrologer’s Day

 

Chapter 1.2: On Saying “Please”

 

Chapter 1.3: The Cop and the Anthem

 

Chapter 1.4: Big Data-Big Insights

 

Chapter 1.5: The New Dress

 

Chapter 1.6: Into the Wild

 

Chapter 1.7: Why we Travel

 

Chapter 1.8: Voyaging Towards Excellence

 

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Chapter 2.1: Song of the Open Road

 

Chapter 2.2: Indian Weavers

 

Chapter 2.3: The Inchcape Rock

 

Chapter 2.4: Have you Earned your Tomorrow

 

Chapter 2.5: Father Returning Home

 

Chapter 2.6: Money

 

Chapter 2.7: She Walks in Beauty

 

Chapter 2.8: Small Towns and Rivers

 

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Chapter 3.2: Do Schools Really Kill Creativity? (Mind-Mapping)

 

Chapter 3.3: Note–Making

 

Chapter 3.4: Statement of Purpose

 

Chapter 3.5: Drafting a Virtual Message

 

Chapter 3.6: Group Discussion

 

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