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Mrs. Adis class 11

Mrs. Adis class 11 

             Mrs. Adis






Mrs. Adis Brainstorming

Brainstorming not Mrs. Adi standard 11 

mrs adis questions and answers

Mrs. Adis summary

1.5 mrs. adis brainstorming


(A1) (i) Discuss with your partner and describe the atmosphere in the woods when
Peter Crouch was heading towards Mrs. Adis’s House. It was-
 (a) a dark moonless night.
 (b)
 (c)
(ii) Peter Crouch didn’t knock before entering Mrs. Adis’s house.
 The reason was-
 (a)
 (b)
 (c)
(iii) Go through the text again and find the reasons that forced Peter to shoot
down a person.
 (a) The keepers spotted him.
 (b)
 (c)
(iv) Mrs. Adis didn’t hand over Peter Crouch to the keepers because-
 (a)
 (b)
 (c)
(A2) The writer has used a phrase ‘Thudding Heart’ which means pounding,
or beating of heart. Do you know ‘Thud’ is an onomatopoeic word which
means a heavy sound made by an object falling to the ground. Discuss
with your partner and make a list of Onomatopoeic words that you find
in the text.
(a)
 (b)
 (c)
(A3) ‘She went to one of the kitchen drawers’.
 Look at the sentence carefully. The underlined word tells us that she went
(some time ago) to a particular place (at one of the kitchen drawers). Now
discuss with your partner and tell the class what you did ‘yesterday’ and
what your friend did ‘yesterday’. Complete the table. One is done for you.

You About Friend
• I saw a movie.
• I
• I
• I
• I
• I
• I
• He/she wrote an essay.
• He/she
• He/she
• He/she
• He/she
• He/she
• He/she
(A4) Imagine your friend/younger brother or sister has committed a grave
mistake that has resulted in a great loss to the college property or to
your family. He/she seeks your advice to come out of the situation/problem.
Write a dialogue between you and your friend/brother/sister who describes
the entire situation and seeks help from you. Take help of the following
points.
 • Introduction • Confessing the mistake
 • Seeking help • Your advice/suggestion
 • Concluding part
(A5) The best punishment is ‘forgiveness’. Discuss the sentence in the light of
the text you have read. You can make use of following points.
(a) Forgiveness provides opportunity to change the behaviour.
 (b) Forgiveness leads to repentance.
 (c) A person may commit a mistake / crime impulsively or under the force
of strong emotions.
 (d)
 (e)
(A6) Project:
Search in your college library or on the internet for at least five stories
where a king or any great person has forgiven a losing king, culprit or
offender. There are many such stories that you might have read in your
history books. One such story is of Alexander and Porus. Find at least
five stories and write their summarised version in your notebook.



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