English Writing Skills: Maharashtra Board Exam 2021

English Writing Skills

Imagine that you are going to interview a Sarpanch of a village, who has been selected for the ‘Adarsh Gaon Award.’ Frame a set of 8 to 10 questions to interview him/her. (4)

Ans. Good morning Sir, I am glad that I have got this opportunity to talk to you today so that people can know more about you and ‘Adarsh-Gaon’ since you have been nominated for ‘Adarsh Gaon Award’.

Q.1) How are the elections conducted in your village?

Q.2) Who motivated you to participate in the election for the post of ‘Sarpanch’?

Q.3) Who are the other members of your Panchayat Samiti?

Q.4) As per you, what is the role of a Panchayat Samiti in a village?

Q.5) What inspired you to bring such changes in your villages that everyone is appreciating today?

Q.6) How is the funding of Gram Panchayat done?

Q.7) How does Government help a village in making it an ‘Adarsh Gaon’?

Q.8) What is the best thing that ever changed in your village?

Q.9) What were the challenges that you have faced during these years as a Sarpanch?

Q.10) What is an Adarsh Gaon according to you?

Q.11) Where do you see your village in the coming three years?

Q.12) Any message you would like to share with other villagers?

The following questions form part of the interview with the student who had won the Overall Championship at the State Level Cricket Tournament.

Ans. I am glad that I have got this opportunity to talk to you today so that people can know more about you and your achievements.

  1. How do you feel about receiving such a Championship?
  2. Have you received such recognition before? Please give details.
  3. How long has your career in cricket been?
  4. Who do you attribute your success to?
  5. Who has inspired you to take up cricket?
  6. What were the reactions of your family to this championship?
  7. Who else do you think deserved such a championship?
  8. To what extent were your colleagues helpful in your success story?
  9. What is your plan for the future or your dream?
  10. What message would you like to give the upcoming generation?

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Write a letter to The Chief Officer, Road Transport Authorities, drawing his attention to the problem of frequent traffic jams in your locality suggesting some solutions for the problem.

Flat no 204, Rainbow Colony,
M.G. Road, Chembur,
Mumbai – 400043.
14th July 2013.

To,

The Chief Officer,
Road Transport Authorities,
Traffic Headquarters,
Chembur,
Mumbai- 400043.

Subject: Complaint regarding reckless driving by youngsters

Dear Sir/Madam,
I reside in Chembur, a locality that has wide roads and the hard surface of a road or street. Unfortunately, our locality has become a potential danger zone because of the growing instances of traffic jams. We know that the number of vehicles on the roads is on the rise and that there is no proportional increase in the number of roads. So, traffic jams are bound to happen.

It stretches one’s tolerance to the ultimate limit when buses and autos on this busy roadshow an appalling disregard for any kind of traffic law. I strongly suggest, on behalf of the residents of this neighborhood, request you.
deploy a few such officers on this road, to bring this situation under check. Otherwise, there is every chance that our locality will become an accident-prone – zone, where ordinary and innocent citizens will have to think twice before stepping out of their houses.

Thanking you

Yours Faithfully,
ABC.

Your college is 20 km away from your village. You go to the college by S.T.      bus, but the bus timings are not convenient for you and other students. Write a letter of complaint to the Depot Manager of your town/city. Suggest some solutions to the problem.

ANS:-

7G, Sonia Apartment,
Rainbow colony,
M.G.Road, Dharavi,
Mumbai:- 400 017.
7th March 2014.

To,
The Manager,
The Local Bus Depot
Vasai Roar,

Mumbai 400043

Subject: Inconvenience caused due to very few and lack of timely bus service.

Respected sir,

I am a student of ‘The General English High School’, Dharavi and make use of the bus service on a regular basis for going to and coming from school. I would like to bring to your attention that in the morning there is a big crowd and most of them choose to travel from taxis, ‘Ola’, ‘Uber’ etc. But everyone cannot afford that much of huge traveling cost. Students who belong to the weaker economic section of society need the bus service as we cannot afford to travel by private vehicles.

The bus service provided by the State Transport bus service is very poor. Most of the time the buses are late and since the number is less, the crows make a mad rush to get in without observing discipline. Many junior college students and passengers find it a difficult task to board these buses.

My kind request is to inform the authorities to increase the number of bus service in the morning on this route and see that they run in time.

Thanking You,
Yours Faithfully,
XYZ

Prepare a Shot tourist leaflet about Hill Station

  1. How to go there?
  2. Where to stay/ Accommodation
  3. When to visit?
  4. What to see?
  5. Anything special/ Add your own points.

Ans.:   OOTY

Introduction: Ooty is the queen of Hill with beautiful lakes, rivers, scenery, etc. It is situated in the heart of Tamil Nadu.

  1. How to go there: Ooty is well connected with the rest of India. One can go to Chennai by the way of Plane, Bus or Train: Plane: Daily two flights namely IA – 550 and IA – 330 from Mumbai to Ooty are available. Bus: The State Transport Bus Services and many other private Bus Services are available from Mumbai to Ooty. Train: There are many trains available which can take you to Ooty. The most convenient is “Mumbai – Ooty Express”
  2. Where to Stay: Accommodation is no problem in Ooty. Government tourist Hotels and other Big and Small hotels are available to suit everyone’s budget.
  3. When to Visit: June to October is the best time of the year to visit Ooty.
  4. What to See: The climate and scenery of Ooty are mind-blowing. It is a well-planned hill station with huge roads, parks, theatres, and gardens, there are many interesting places to see like Bull Temple, Lord Ganesh Temple, Dolphin Nose, Flower Garden,  Lord Murugan Temple, Palatial Buildings, etc.
  5. Shopping: Shopping in Ooty is fun. One can buy very traditional and well as modern things from Ooty. Ooty is very famous for woolen clothes.   
  6. Anything Special:  As far as food is concerned Ooty is famous for Black tea, Idli, Vada, Sambar, Masala dosa, Idli fry, Prawns fry, Mugal Briyani, etc. The people are very culture oriented and highly intelligent. They give more importance to their education.

Prepare a Shot tourist leaflet about your village/town indicates:

  1. How to go there?
  2. Where to stay/ Accommodation
  3. When to visit?
  4. What to see?
  5. Anything special/ Add your own points.

Ans.:  CHENNAI

Introduction: Chennai is a city of Temple with beautiful architecture. It is the capital city of Tamil Nadu. It is a highly developed city.

  1. How to go there: Chennai is well connected with the rest of India. One can go to Chennai by the way of Plane, Bus or Train: Plane: Daily two flights namely IA – 550 and IA – 330 from Mumbai to Chennai are available. Bus: The State Transport Bus Services and many other private Bus Services are available from Mumbai to Chennai. Train: There are many trains available which can take you to Chennai. The most convenient is   “Mumbai – Chennai Express”
  2. Where to Stay: Accommodation is no problem in Chennai. Government tourist Hotels and other Big and Small hotels are available to suit everyone’s budget.
  3. When to Visit:     June to October is the best time of the year to visit Chennai.
  4. What to See:       The climate and scenery of Chennai are mind-blowing. It is a well-planned city with huge roads, parks, theatres, and gardens, there are many interesting places to see like Bull Temple, Lord Ganesh Temple, Marina Beach, Anna samathi, Lord Murugan Temple, Palatial Buildings, etc, it is also known as little New York.
  5. Anything Special As far as food is concerned Chennai is famous for Idli, Vada, Sambar, Masal dosa, Idli fry, Prawns fry, Mugal Briyani, etc. The people are very culture oriented and highly intelligent. They give more importance to their education.

Prepare a Shot tourist leaflet about your village/town indicates:

  1. How to go there?
  2. Where to stay/ Accommodation
  3. When to visit?
  4. What to see?
  5. Anything special/ Add your own points.

Ans.:    Bangalore

Introduction:   Bangalore is a city of Roses with beautiful gardens. It is the capital city of Karnataka. It is a highly developed city.

  1. How to go there: Bangalore is well connected with the rest of India. One can go to Bangalore by the way of Plane, Bus, or Train: Plane: Daily two flights namely IA – 550 and IA – 330 from Mumbai to Bangalore are available. Bus: The State Transport Bus Services and many other private Bus Services are available from Mumbai to Bangalore. Train: There are many trains available which can take you to Bangalore. The most convenient is  “Mumbai – Bangalore Express”
  2. Where to Stay:  Accommodation is no problem in Bangalore. The Government tourist Hotels and other Big and Small hotels are available to suit everyone’s budget.
  3. When to Visit: October to December is the best time of the year to visit Bangalore.
  4. What to See:  The climate and scenery of Bangalore are mind-blowing. It is a well-planned city with huge roads, parks, theatres, and gardens, there are many interesting places to see like Bull Temple, Tippu Palace, Glasshouse, the Museum, Vidhan Sabha and many Palatial Buildings. It is also known as little Singapore.
  5. Anything Special As far as food is concerned Bangalore is famous for Noodles, Gobi Manchurian, Channa Masala, Idli fry, Prawns fry, Mugal Briyani, etc. The people are very culture oriented and highly intelligent. They give more importance to their education.

 

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