Wednesday, 7 April 2021

Important Story Writing for Class 10 Metric Exam Assam 2021 SEBA Board | English Grammar

Important Story Writing for Class 10 Metric Exam Assam 2021 SEBA Board | English Grammar

Important Story Writing for Class 10 Metric Exam Assam 2021 SEBA Board | English Grammar
Important Story Writing for Class 10 Metric Exam Assam 2021 SEBA Board 


1. H.S.L.C. 2016, 2020

Write a story in about 150 words using the outlines given belowand adding a title to it:

{Outline: A hungry fox sees a crow with a piece of meat – wishes to have the piece of meat – praises the crow – asks the crow to sing – the crow sings – the piece of meat falls down from her beak – the fox picks it up and runs away.}

                              A Flattering Fox

Jack, the fox was infamous in the jungle for his mischievous behavior.He used to put other animals in trouble using his clever ideas. Because of his mischiefs, other animals did not like to be his friends.

      One day Jack, the fox set out on a journey along the jungle. After covering a long distance, he felt tired and decided to take a little bit of rest under a tree. He was equally hungry too. Then, his eyes fell on a crow sitting in the tree. The crow had a piece of meat in the beak. The fox could not stop his temptation and wanted to have it.

   An idea suddenly crept in his mind. He, with a very soft voice, called the crow. “Your voice is god gifted, whenever I hear you singing, I feel I am lost in heaven.” The crow was amused. 

     Jack further spiced up the conversation, “Will you sing a song for me? It will be my biggest pleasure if I hear you from very near.” The crow lost all the control. It could not refuse such a humble request and opened its mouth to sing.

Lo! As soon as it opened its beak, the piece of meat fell down. The fox took the piece and said, “You are too foolish to sing a song for me.” The crow understood that it was deceived by the fox. Thus, the fox was able to relinquish his hunger using his master tricks. 


2. H.S.L.C. 2017, 2019

Write a story in about 150 words using the outlines given below and adding a title to it:

{Outline: A car hits an old man and escapes – he is injured badly – crowd gather on the spot – only show sympathy – they speak about the evil of rash driving – nobody comes forward to help the man – two school boys arrive – feel sorry for the man – take him to hospital.} 

Better to light a Candle than curse the Darkness

Mehta uncle, at the age of sixty, was as old as his age. He lived at the outskirt of the town in a solitary house. He was a retired pensioner. Every month he used to go to the town to collect his pension. 

So, Mehta uncle’s this month’s visit to town was not an exception, apart from the fact that this time his bad luck was also with him. He travelled to the town in a public bus and got out off the bus in front of the bank. He tried to cross the road to reach the bank. But lo! He did not reach the other side. People heard a crashing sound and after a blink of an eye, Mehta uncle was seen lying on the road with blood stains all around. There was a hue and cry. The car which hit him, disappeared after the road took a curvy shape, a few yards away from the accident spot. The crowd gathered and stood helpless. They started gossiping about the reckless driving and cursed the driver. Meanwhile, two school boys Ram and Sham were also going to school through the road. They saw Mehta uncle and understood that his condition was serious. Making no further delay, they called the ambulance and took him to a hospital. 

    Mehta uncle was totally cured now. He thanked Ram and Sham for saving his life. He blessed the boys and said, “People are more curious to know who did the mistake, but no one is interested to make it correct. It is easier said than done.”


3. H.S.L.C. 2018

Write a story in about 150 words using the outlines given belowand adding a title to it:

{Outline: Twelve fools start on a journey – cross a river – count themselves – each one not counting himself - each time counts eleven – passerby offers to produce the twelfth man – pays each fool a blow – counts twelve}

Mystery of Twelfth Fool

There lived an old man in a village. He had twelve sons, but they were very foolish and idle. The old man was very upset and worried. He advised them to get some work. Finally, they decided that they would travel along the country to find some profitable work.

 Accordingly, they set out on a journey to hunt some profitable work for them. For many a day, they kept on walking and left behind many villages and cities. One day they reached on the bank of a river. They had to swim across the river in order to go ahead. When they reached the other side, they thought that one of their brothers might be left behind and they should check it. The eldest brother counted but found eleven. He was horrified. Each one of them tried to find their lost brother, but could not. How could it be?

Actually, each time they were counting, they were omitting the one who was trying to make the tally. Thus skipped, the countingresulted a total of eleven. Then a passerby saw their trouble and understood their foolishness. He, in order to rescue them, gave a blow to each one of them and thus he made a tally of twelve. The brothers were happy to see their brother back. They, then thanked the stranger and happily restarted their journey. 

Moral: A foolish man makes a simple situation a terrible one,            

           whereas the wise make the hardest situation simpler.



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