Solutions for all the questions from class 10 of subject english
Class 10 English Literature Judging Logic of Stor
Arrange P, Q, R and S between A and B in order to make a sensible story:P: Suddenly they saw a policeman coming towards them/and froze. "Run!" whispered the man with the permit to his friend. "I'll follow." They started running and the policeman shouting "Stop, stop," began chasing them. Finally he caught the second man.R: "When you had a permit why did you run!" he bawled. "Doctor's orders," said the man. "He has asked me to run a mile every evening."; "Oh, yes?" sneered the policeman. "Then why was your friend running?" "His doctor too has ordered him to run," said the man.B: "Of course I knew you were running after me," said the man. "Then why didn't you stop?" asked the policeman, triumphantly. "It was stupid of me," said the man, "but I thought you too had been ordered to run by your doctor."\displaystyle{S}{e}\le{c}{t}{t}{h}{e}{c}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{r}{e}{c}{t}{o}{p}{t}{i}{o}{n}{a}{m}{o}{n}{g}{t}{h}{e}{g}{i}{v}{e}{n}{c}{h}{o}{i}{c}{e}{s}:
Class 10 English Literature Judging Logic of Stor
Arrange P, Q, R and S between A and B in order to make a sensible story:P: The hyena came in just then. "Which of you was the rascal I was chasing!" she demanded. The spider pointed to the dog. "He has been running," he said. "See how he's panting with his tongue hanging out."R: "That's Uncle For-you-all!" shouted the cubs. "Is he!" said their mother, grimly, and bounded after the spider. Anansis rushed into Dog's house and sat beside him. "I've just finished eating," said the dog. "I've nothing to offer you." "That's all right," said the spider, "I've already eaten. That's why I'm here."B: The hyena pounced on the dog who twisted away and jumped out of the window. The hyena followed him. The spider, knowing that it would be a long time before the dog got back, and stretched out on his bed for a short snooze.\displaystyle{S}{e}\le{c}{t}{t}{h}{e}{c}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{r}{e}{c}{t}{o}{p}{t}{i}{o}{n}{a}{m}{o}{n}{g}{t}{h}{e}{g}{i}{v}{e}{n}{c}{h}{o}{i}{c}{e}{s}:
Class 10 English Literature Judging Logic of Stor
Arrange P, Q, R and S in order to make a sensible story:\displaystyle{A}:{T}{h}{e}{D}{o}{u}{g}{h}{f}{a}{m}{i}{l}{y}{w}{a}{s}{a}{n}{u}\nu{s}{u}{a}{l}{o}\ne.{T}{h}{e}{h}{e}{a}{d}{o}{f}{t}{h}{e}{f}{a}{m}{i}{l}{y},{D}{o}{u}{g}{h},{a}{s}{h}{i}{s}{n}{a}{m}{e}{s}{u}{g}\ge{s}{t}{e}{d},{w}{a}{s}{a}{b}{a}{l}{l}{o}{f}{d}{o}{u}{g}{h}.{H}{i}{s}{w}{\quad\text{if}\quad}{e}{w}{a}{s}{a}{s}{l}{a}{b}{o}{f}{b}{u}{\mathtt{{e}}}{r}.{T}{h}{e}{y}{h}{a}{d}{t}{w}{o}\chi{l}{d}{r}{e}{n}.{A}{n}{t}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{\Cot{\to}}{n}.{O}\ne{m}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{n}\in{g}.{M}{o}{t}{h}{e}{r}{B}{u}{\mathtt{{e}}}{r}{a}{s}{k}{e}{d}{h}{e}{r}{s}{o}{n}.{A}{n}{t}\to{g}{o}{\quad\text{and}\quad}\ge{t}{s}{o}{m}{e}{r}{e}{\sin{{\mathfrak{{o}}}}}{m}{t}{h}{e}{m}{e}{p}{c}{h}{e}{t}{r}{e}{e},{a}{s}{r}{e}{\sin{{m}}}{a}{d}{e}{g}\infty{d}{f}{u}{e}{l}.P: When he didn't return, Father Dough decided to go in search of him. "Don't go too near the edge of the road," said his wife. "You could easily slip and roll down the side." "What does she know?" thought Dough as he rolled out of the house. "If I follow her advice and walk down the middle of the road, I could get crushed by the carts going by. I'm safer at the edge."\displaystyle{Q}:{H}{e}{z}\infty{m}{e}{d}\to{t}{h}{e}{e}{d}\ge{o}{f}{t}{h}{e}{r}{o}{a}{d},{l}{o}{s}{t}{h}{i}{s}{b}{a}{l}{a}{n}{c}{e}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{w}{e}{n}{t}{r}{o}{l}{l}\in{g}{d}{o}{w}{n}{t}{h}{e}{s}{i}{d}{e}{o}{f}{t}{h}{e}{s}{t}{e}{e}{p}{h}{i}{l}{l}.{W}{h}{e}{n}{h}{e}{r}{h}{u}{s}{b}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{d}{i}{d}\neg{r}{e}{t}{u}{r}{n},{M}{r}{s}.{D}{o}{u}{g}{h}{a}{s}{k}{e}{d}{h}{e}{r}{d}{a}{u}{g}{h}{t}{e}{r},{\Cot{\to}}{n},\to{g}{o}{o}{u}{t}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{l}\infty{k}{f}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{h}{i}{m}.\text{Take care not to walk in open spaces, my child,}{w}{a}{r}\ne{d}{M}{o}{t}{h}{e}{r}{D}{o}{u}{g}{h}{a}{s}{\Cot{\to}}{n}{g}{o}{t}{r}{e}{a}{\left.{d}{y}\right.}\to\le{a}{v}{e}.\text{You could get blown away by the wind.}R: "Stay away from fresh resin," she cautioned. "You could get stuck. Get a small dried piece." "She thinks I'm still a baby," thought Ant as he climbed jauntily up the tree. "She doesn't know how strong I've become." He saw a big blob of resin emerging from a crack and rushed forward to grab it. And of course he got stuck.\displaystyle{S}:{\Cot{\to}}{n}{t}{h}{o}{u}{g}{h}{t}{h}{e}{r}{m}{o}{t}{h}{e}{r}{w}{a}{s}{b}{e}\in{g}\to{o}{f}{u}{s}{s}{y}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{w}{e}{n}{t}{d}{a}{n}{c}\in{g}{d}{o}{w}{n}{t}{h}{e}{s}{t}{r}{e}{e}{t}.{T}{h}{e}{n}{d}{i}{s}{r}{e}{g}{a}{r}{d}\in{g}{h}{e}{r}{m}{o}{t}{h}{e}{r}'{s}{a}{d}{v}{i}{c}{e}{s}{h}{e}{d}{e}{c}{i}{d}{e}{d}\to{t}{a}{k}{e}{a}{s}{h}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{t}{c}{u}{t}{a}{c}{r}{o}{s}{s}{a}{m}{e}{a}{d}{o}{w}.{S}{h}{e}{d}{i}{d}{n}'{t}{e}{v}{e}{n}\ge{t}{h}{a}{l}{f}{w}{a}{y}.{A}{g}{u}{s}{t}{o}{f}{w}\in{d}\pi{c}{k}{e}{d}{h}{e}{r}{u}{p}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{c}{a}{r}{r}{i}{e}{d}{h}{e}{r}{a}{w}{a}{y}\int{o}{t}{h}{e}{m}{o}{u}{n}{t}{a}\in{s}.B: Mother Butter waited for her family to return. The day got hotter and hotter and Mother Butter began to melt and became smaller and smaller till finally there was nothing left of her except a puddle of liquid.\displaystyle{S}{e}\le{c}{t}{t}{h}{e}{c}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{r}{e}{c}{t}{o}{p}{t}{i}{o}{n}{a}{m}{o}{n}{g}{t}{h}{e}{g}{i}{v}{e}{n}{c}{h}{o}{i}{c}{e}{s}:
Class 10 English Literature Judging Logic of Stor
Arrange P, Q, R and S between A and B in order to make a sensible story:P: Believing that it was the Sun's way of telling her that he did not care for her, she flung the bag away, rushed to her palace, and never came out again. When the Sun learnt of what had happened he was furious. So great was his anger that when he turned his scorching gaze on the crow, its feathers were burned black. Its feathers have been black ever since.R: When he opened the bag and saw its contents he almost swooned in joy. Quickly pocketing the ruby, he filled the bag with dry cow dung that was lying there, and then deftly returned the bag to the branch. It was all done so quickly that the crow missed all the action. After having its fill, it flew up to the tree, and picking up the bag took it to the person it was intended for. The princess was in the garden. When the crow gave her the bag, she took it eagerly, knowing that it was from the Sun. But when she saw its contents she reeled back in shock and anger.B: The story goes on to tell us that the ruby did not stay with the man who stole it. It fell out of his pocket and rolled into a deep pit. Men have been trying to dig it out ever since. Many precious stones have been found in the process, making Burma (now Myanmar) one of the richest sources of rubies and sapphires, but the ruby that the Sun sent to the princess is yet to be found.\displaystyle{S}{e}\le{c}{t}{t}{h}{e}{c}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{r}{e}{c}{t}{o}{p}{t}{i}{o}{n}{a}{m}{o}{n}{g}{t}{h}{e}{g}{i}{v}{e}{n}{c}{h}{o}{i}{c}{e}{s}:
Class 10 English Literature Judging Logic of Stor
Arrange P, Q, R and S between A and B in order to make a sensible story:P: Fear had made the peasant's speech incoherent. Nobody could understand what he was saying. "The price put on the chicken is hundred coins," said the magistrate, to the peasant. "I advise you to pay." There was a gasp from the crowd. Everybody had expected the magistrate to rule in the peasant's favour. The owner of the chicken was overjoyed.R: "They said you were fair in your judgements, My Lord," he said, rubbing his hands in glee, "now I can say there is no one fairer than you!" "The Law is always fair," smiled the magistrate. "Tell me, how much grain does a chicken eat in a year?" "About half a sack," said the poultry shop owner.B: "So in two years the chicken who died would have eaten a whole sack of grain," said Duan Guangqinj. "Please give the sack of grain you've saved to this man." The chicken owner turned pale. A sack of grain would cost more than hundred coins. Cowed by the jeers of the crowd, he declared he would not take any money from the peasant, and retreated into the safety of his shop.\displaystyle{S}{e}\le{c}{t}{t}{h}{e}{c}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{r}{e}{c}{t}{o}{p}{t}{i}{o}{n}{a}{m}{o}{n}{g}{t}{h}{e}{g}{i}{v}{e}{n}{c}{h}{o}{i}{c}{e}{s}:
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Solutions for all the questions from class 10 of subject english

Class 10 English Literature Judging Logic of Stor
Arrange P, Q, R and S between A and B in order to make a sensible story:P: Suddenly they saw a policeman coming towards them/and froze. "Run!" whispered the man with the permit to his friend. "I'll follow." They started running and the policeman shouting "Stop, stop," began chasing them. Finally he caught the second man.R: "When you had a permit why did you run!" he bawled. "Doctor's orders," said the man. "He has asked me to run a mile every evening."; "Oh, yes?" sneered the policeman. "Then why was your friend running?" "His doctor too has ordered him to run," said the man.B: "Of course I knew you were running after me," said the man. "Then why didn't you stop?" asked the policeman, triumphantly. "It was stupid of me," said the man, "but I thought you too had been ordered to run by your doctor."\displaystyle{S}{e}\le{c}{t}{t}{h}{e}{c}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{r}{e}{c}{t}{o}{p}{t}{i}{o}{n}{a}{m}{o}{n}{g}{t}{h}{e}{g}{i}{v}{e}{n}{c}{h}{o}{i}{c}{e}{s}:
Class 10 English Literature Judging Logic of Stor
Arrange P, Q, R and S between A and B in order to make a sensible story:P: The hyena came in just then. "Which of you was the rascal I was chasing!" she demanded. The spider pointed to the dog. "He has been running," he said. "See how he's panting with his tongue hanging out."R: "That's Uncle For-you-all!" shouted the cubs. "Is he!" said their mother, grimly, and bounded after the spider. Anansis rushed into Dog's house and sat beside him. "I've just finished eating," said the dog. "I've nothing to offer you." "That's all right," said the spider, "I've already eaten. That's why I'm here."B: The hyena pounced on the dog who twisted away and jumped out of the window. The hyena followed him. The spider, knowing that it would be a long time before the dog got back, and stretched out on his bed for a short snooze.\displaystyle{S}{e}\le{c}{t}{t}{h}{e}{c}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{r}{e}{c}{t}{o}{p}{t}{i}{o}{n}{a}{m}{o}{n}{g}{t}{h}{e}{g}{i}{v}{e}{n}{c}{h}{o}{i}{c}{e}{s}:
Class 10 English Literature Judging Logic of Stor
Arrange P, Q, R and S in order to make a sensible story:\displaystyle{A}:{T}{h}{e}{D}{o}{u}{g}{h}{f}{a}{m}{i}{l}{y}{w}{a}{s}{a}{n}{u}\nu{s}{u}{a}{l}{o}\ne.{T}{h}{e}{h}{e}{a}{d}{o}{f}{t}{h}{e}{f}{a}{m}{i}{l}{y},{D}{o}{u}{g}{h},{a}{s}{h}{i}{s}{n}{a}{m}{e}{s}{u}{g}\ge{s}{t}{e}{d},{w}{a}{s}{a}{b}{a}{l}{l}{o}{f}{d}{o}{u}{g}{h}.{H}{i}{s}{w}{\quad\text{if}\quad}{e}{w}{a}{s}{a}{s}{l}{a}{b}{o}{f}{b}{u}{\mathtt{{e}}}{r}.{T}{h}{e}{y}{h}{a}{d}{t}{w}{o}\chi{l}{d}{r}{e}{n}.{A}{n}{t}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{\Cot{\to}}{n}.{O}\ne{m}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{n}\in{g}.{M}{o}{t}{h}{e}{r}{B}{u}{\mathtt{{e}}}{r}{a}{s}{k}{e}{d}{h}{e}{r}{s}{o}{n}.{A}{n}{t}\to{g}{o}{\quad\text{and}\quad}\ge{t}{s}{o}{m}{e}{r}{e}{\sin{{\mathfrak{{o}}}}}{m}{t}{h}{e}{m}{e}{p}{c}{h}{e}{t}{r}{e}{e},{a}{s}{r}{e}{\sin{{m}}}{a}{d}{e}{g}\infty{d}{f}{u}{e}{l}.P: When he didn't return, Father Dough decided to go in search of him. "Don't go too near the edge of the road," said his wife. "You could easily slip and roll down the side." "What does she know?" thought Dough as he rolled out of the house. "If I follow her advice and walk down the middle of the road, I could get crushed by the carts going by. I'm safer at the edge."\displaystyle{Q}:{H}{e}{z}\infty{m}{e}{d}\to{t}{h}{e}{e}{d}\ge{o}{f}{t}{h}{e}{r}{o}{a}{d},{l}{o}{s}{t}{h}{i}{s}{b}{a}{l}{a}{n}{c}{e}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{w}{e}{n}{t}{r}{o}{l}{l}\in{g}{d}{o}{w}{n}{t}{h}{e}{s}{i}{d}{e}{o}{f}{t}{h}{e}{s}{t}{e}{e}{p}{h}{i}{l}{l}.{W}{h}{e}{n}{h}{e}{r}{h}{u}{s}{b}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{d}{i}{d}\neg{r}{e}{t}{u}{r}{n},{M}{r}{s}.{D}{o}{u}{g}{h}{a}{s}{k}{e}{d}{h}{e}{r}{d}{a}{u}{g}{h}{t}{e}{r},{\Cot{\to}}{n},\to{g}{o}{o}{u}{t}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{l}\infty{k}{f}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{h}{i}{m}.\text{Take care not to walk in open spaces, my child,}{w}{a}{r}\ne{d}{M}{o}{t}{h}{e}{r}{D}{o}{u}{g}{h}{a}{s}{\Cot{\to}}{n}{g}{o}{t}{r}{e}{a}{\left.{d}{y}\right.}\to\le{a}{v}{e}.\text{You could get blown away by the wind.}R: "Stay away from fresh resin," she cautioned. "You could get stuck. Get a small dried piece." "She thinks I'm still a baby," thought Ant as he climbed jauntily up the tree. "She doesn't know how strong I've become." He saw a big blob of resin emerging from a crack and rushed forward to grab it. And of course he got stuck.\displaystyle{S}:{\Cot{\to}}{n}{t}{h}{o}{u}{g}{h}{t}{h}{e}{r}{m}{o}{t}{h}{e}{r}{w}{a}{s}{b}{e}\in{g}\to{o}{f}{u}{s}{s}{y}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{w}{e}{n}{t}{d}{a}{n}{c}\in{g}{d}{o}{w}{n}{t}{h}{e}{s}{t}{r}{e}{e}{t}.{T}{h}{e}{n}{d}{i}{s}{r}{e}{g}{a}{r}{d}\in{g}{h}{e}{r}{m}{o}{t}{h}{e}{r}'{s}{a}{d}{v}{i}{c}{e}{s}{h}{e}{d}{e}{c}{i}{d}{e}{d}\to{t}{a}{k}{e}{a}{s}{h}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{t}{c}{u}{t}{a}{c}{r}{o}{s}{s}{a}{m}{e}{a}{d}{o}{w}.{S}{h}{e}{d}{i}{d}{n}'{t}{e}{v}{e}{n}\ge{t}{h}{a}{l}{f}{w}{a}{y}.{A}{g}{u}{s}{t}{o}{f}{w}\in{d}\pi{c}{k}{e}{d}{h}{e}{r}{u}{p}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{c}{a}{r}{r}{i}{e}{d}{h}{e}{r}{a}{w}{a}{y}\int{o}{t}{h}{e}{m}{o}{u}{n}{t}{a}\in{s}.B: Mother Butter waited for her family to return. The day got hotter and hotter and Mother Butter began to melt and became smaller and smaller till finally there was nothing left of her except a puddle of liquid.\displaystyle{S}{e}\le{c}{t}{t}{h}{e}{c}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{r}{e}{c}{t}{o}{p}{t}{i}{o}{n}{a}{m}{o}{n}{g}{t}{h}{e}{g}{i}{v}{e}{n}{c}{h}{o}{i}{c}{e}{s}:
Class 10 English Literature Judging Logic of Stor
Arrange P, Q, R and S between A and B in order to make a sensible story:P: Believing that it was the Sun's way of telling her that he did not care for her, she flung the bag away, rushed to her palace, and never came out again. When the Sun learnt of what had happened he was furious. So great was his anger that when he turned his scorching gaze on the crow, its feathers were burned black. Its feathers have been black ever since.R: When he opened the bag and saw its contents he almost swooned in joy. Quickly pocketing the ruby, he filled the bag with dry cow dung that was lying there, and then deftly returned the bag to the branch. It was all done so quickly that the crow missed all the action. After having its fill, it flew up to the tree, and picking up the bag took it to the person it was intended for. The princess was in the garden. When the crow gave her the bag, she took it eagerly, knowing that it was from the Sun. But when she saw its contents she reeled back in shock and anger.B: The story goes on to tell us that the ruby did not stay with the man who stole it. It fell out of his pocket and rolled into a deep pit. Men have been trying to dig it out ever since. Many precious stones have been found in the process, making Burma (now Myanmar) one of the richest sources of rubies and sapphires, but the ruby that the Sun sent to the princess is yet to be found.\displaystyle{S}{e}\le{c}{t}{t}{h}{e}{c}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{r}{e}{c}{t}{o}{p}{t}{i}{o}{n}{a}{m}{o}{n}{g}{t}{h}{e}{g}{i}{v}{e}{n}{c}{h}{o}{i}{c}{e}{s}:
Class 10 English Literature Judging Logic of Stor
Arrange P, Q, R and S between A and B in order to make a sensible story:P: Fear had made the peasant's speech incoherent. Nobody could understand what he was saying. "The price put on the chicken is hundred coins," said the magistrate, to the peasant. "I advise you to pay." There was a gasp from the crowd. Everybody had expected the magistrate to rule in the peasant's favour. The owner of the chicken was overjoyed.R: "They said you were fair in your judgements, My Lord," he said, rubbing his hands in glee, "now I can say there is no one fairer than you!" "The Law is always fair," smiled the magistrate. "Tell me, how much grain does a chicken eat in a year?" "About half a sack," said the poultry shop owner.B: "So in two years the chicken who died would have eaten a whole sack of grain," said Duan Guangqinj. "Please give the sack of grain you've saved to this man." The chicken owner turned pale. A sack of grain would cost more than hundred coins. Cowed by the jeers of the crowd, he declared he would not take any money from the peasant, and retreated into the safety of his shop.\displaystyle{S}{e}\le{c}{t}{t}{h}{e}{c}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{r}{e}{c}{t}{o}{p}{t}{i}{o}{n}{a}{m}{o}{n}{g}{t}{h}{e}{g}{i}{v}{e}{n}{c}{h}{o}{i}{c}{e}{s}:
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