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Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:
One Thousand and One Nights' is a collection of the Middle Eastern folk tales compiled in Arabic during the Islamic Golden Age. It is often known in English as The Arabian Nights. The work was collected over many centuries by various authors, translators and scholars across West, Central and South Asia and North Africa. The bulk of the text is in prose, although verse is occasionally used for songs and riddles and to express serious emotion. Some of the stories commonly associated with The Arabian Nights', in particular, 'Aladdin's Won derful Lamp". "Alibaba and the Forty Thieves' and The Seven Voyages of Sindbad the Sailor were not part of The Arabian Nights' in its original Arabic version. These stories were added to the collection by Antoine Galland and other European translators.
A. Complete the following sentences with information from the text:
(i) The Arabian Nights' is a collection of______________.
Ans- the Middle Eastern folk tales compiled in Arabic.
(ii) In the text, verse is used for____________.
Ans - songs and riddles and to express serious emotion.
(iii) One of the famous translators of The Arabian Nights' is______________.
Ans - Antoine galland
B. Answer the following questions:
(i) When was The Arabian Nights' composed?
Ans - 'The Arabian Nights' was composed during the Islamic Golden Age.
(ii) In which language was it originally written?
Ans - It was originally written in Arabic language.
(iii) How did the English translation of The Arabian Nights differ from the original version?
Ans - Some of the stories commonly associated with The Arabian Nights', in particular, 'Aladdin's Wonderful Lamp', 'Alibaba and the Forty Thieves' and 'The Seven Voyages of Sindbad the Sailor' were not part of "The Arabian Nights' in its original Arabic version. That's why the English translation of 'The Arabian Nights' differed from the original version
Identify the Assertive, Imperative, Optative, Exclamatory and Interrogative sentences:
(i) Hurray! We have won the match.
Ans - Exclamatory Sentence
(ii) What is your name?
Ans - Interrogative sentence
(iii) Neeraj Chopra won gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics.
Ans - Assertive Sentence
(iv) Open the door.
Ans - Imperative Sentence
(v) May God bless you.
Ans - Optative sentence
Add Prefixes to the words given below and make opposites:
respect, comfortable, fortune, mature, literate
Ans - respect (সম্মান) = disrespect (অসম্মান)
comfortable (আরামদায়ক) = uncomfortable (অস্বস্তিকর)
fortune (ভাগ্য) = misfortune (দুর্ভাগ্য)
mature (পরিপক্ক)= F immature
literate (শিক্ষিত) = illiterate (নিরক্ষর)
Develop the following outline into a story. Add a suitable title and a moral to your story:
Stag was drinking water-saw the image of his horns-admired them - disliked slender legs-chased by pack of wolves-homs caught in thick bush-lamented.
Ans- The Foolish Stag
A stag was once drinking water at a pool. He saw his own reflection in its clear water. He admired his beautiful horns, but he did not like his lean, thin legs. Suddenly he saw a pack of wolves running towards him. He ran into the jungle to save himself. His legs soon carried him far from the wolves. But his horns were caught fast in a bush. Despite his best efforts, he could not free himself. Before long, the wolves caught hold of him. Now he felt that his ugly legs were of great help to him, but his beautiful horns were the cause of his death. Moral:- All that glitters is not gold