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32000 Downloads of SSLC 2014 – Revision Test Series of the Std. X English Text

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          A Revision Test Series – two tests for each units of the Std. X English Text. It is a very useful work prepared by Parvathy Venkiteswaran Tr.. (Many used it in SSLC 2013 and are using it now). English Blog thank her on behalf of all the students, teachers and parents.

Std.X -Revision Test Series Questions – CLICK HERE

Std.X -Revision Test Series Answers – CLICK HERE

A Language Test – CLICK HERE

Parvathy Venkiteswaran
H.S.A. English (Rtd.), Samooham H.S., North Paravur

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  1. Anonymous06/02/2015 at 9:51 amReply

    it will be a great help if we get some model question papers for class 10 special English and Additional English

  2. Vysakh damodaran12/01/2015 at 1:48 pmReply

    i need englissh version orukkam

  3. ananya bhat17/03/2014 at 1:55 pmReply

    please provide IX annual question bank

  4. ajil pious26/02/2014 at 1:54 pmReply

    i need english version orukam2014……….i cant find it> pls tell me 9567011960..

  5. roshni11/02/2014 at 11:41 amReply

    thank you very much .teacher .it helped me alot

  6. kollamite06/02/2014 at 8:53 amReply

    Thank you very much, mam. It is deeply appreciated!

  7. K Vinod Kumar03/02/2014 at 6:01 amReply

    A great job!!!!!!!

  8. kollamite30/01/2014 at 3:35 pmReply

    Could you kindly provide the format for writing "travelogue" (Std XI), please?

    • Parvathy R03/02/2014 at 6:25 amReply

      How to Write a Travelogue
      A travelogue is a person’s account of a journey to another country or place. It can either be a written report with many factual details or a narrative story about personal impressions and experiences that is supported bSince a travelogue is written after your trip to another country or place, the main topic of this type of writing is a description of your experience there. Though your travelogue can contain may areas of focus, when writing a travelogue, you can concentrate on:
      • local customs and traditions
      • cuisine
      • depictions of places of interest, local history and culture
      • your adventures
      • prices and transportation
      • entertainment

      • . A travelogue needs a central idea, which will be the backbone of your whole essay. Life lessons you’ve learned during the voyage, your reflections about the differences between the place where you live and the place you’ve visited, or at least some historic theme could serve as such a backbone. In the introduction, you can provide some background about the place you are writing about and also describe your traveling conditions. In the main body, introduce the information that you want to convey to your readers based on the recordings and notes that you’ve made during the journey. Finally, summarize the experience from the trip. Share your thoughts about it, your findings, and what you will be contemplating after in regard to the trip. The journey most likely won’t consist only of nice events, places, and people. Describe the difficulties that you’ve faced, strange customs, sanitary conditions, etc. Do include not only personal experiences, but also the information that will be useful for those who will want to visit the country you describe. Give your readers an idea about transportation costs, hotels and resorts. Give advice about the entertainment in the area or about places of interest to visit.Do try to convey the atmosphere of the place that you visited. Talk to the locals about their lives or problems and benefits of living in that place. Include fragments of these interviews.Do provide historical and cultural background about the place that you’ve been to.
      • The article is written in the 1st person, " Where I was now…. The article will describe the places in great detail. The writer creates this vivid picture of place by using very descriptive, imaginative language. Notice how the writer made his feelings clear.

  9. alen kr28/01/2014 at 5:06 amReply

    thank you teacher,thank you very much.

  10. Battis Soji28/01/2014 at 5:01 amReply

    thank you teacher

  11. Husnu Ev22/01/2014 at 1:07 amReply

    Great,Thank you. i love it

  12. Arun Peter15/01/2014 at 10:49 amReply

    great work

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  14. Kitty Kutty12/03/2013 at 1:45 pmReply

    thank u so much…this one is so helpful

  15. anjana mattatholi16/02/2013 at 5:22 pmReply

    Dear Teacher,
    Thanking you so much…. Really all the above features are helpful for exams…

  16. upmaths.biogspot.com21/01/2013 at 2:10 pmReply

    Dear Parvathy Teacher,
    We are really very very grateful to you.I wish to use all the superlatives to praise you.

  17. Lakshmi Babu19/01/2013 at 6:10 pmReply

    thank you very much sir…………..

  18. Parvathy R19/01/2013 at 1:43 pmReply

    dear teachers, pranams. I didn't give any information about me when I sent the series of QPs.working as English teacher in Samooham H s .N Paravur .About to retire .My best wishes to all .This blog of Rajeev sir is doing a wonderful job to all of us .It is informative and helpful to all.If possible I 'll send more qp Thank u and god bless.

  19. Sonia K.S10/01/2013 at 2:35 pmReply

    thank u parvathy teacher

  20. Aswanth Ep09/01/2013 at 2:32 pmReply

    thank you………….

  21. vinod08/01/2013 at 2:04 amReply

    thank u very much.it is great indeed….

  22. mathew07/01/2013 at 5:18 amReply

    Thanks for your selfless effort

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