- Literature certainly provides man inner delight.
Answer: Man is certainly provided inner delight by literature.
- Man apprehends the world with his mind and senses.
Answer: The world is apprehended by man with his mind and senses.
- They use tin containers in place of elegant earthen pitchers.
Answer:Tin containers are used by them in place of elegant earthen pitchers.
- Garish German wrappers do not strain their eyes.
Answer:Their eyes are not strained by Garish German wrappers.
- They contaminate society with diseases.
Answer:Society is contaminated by them with diseases.
- Education in arts heightens man’s knowledge and aesthetic experience.
Answer: Man’s knowledge and aesthetic experience are heoghtened by education in art.
- Functional art provides us with means of livelihood.
Answer: We are provided with means of livelihood by functional art.
- The absences of a sense of beauty cheats man of aesthetic experience.
Answer: Man is cheated of aesthetic experience by the absences of a sense of beauty.
- A poor Santhal sweeps and mops his hut.
Answer: His hut is swept and mopped by a poor Santhal.
- Will art give us a livelihood?
Answer: Shall we be given a livelihood by art?
- It’s fields of expression is limited.
Answer: Something limits its field of expression.
- The ear cannot do what the eye is meant to do.
Answer: What the eye is meant to do cannot be done by the ear.
13.This education in art, music and dance cannot be achieved through the medium of reading and writing.
Answer: One cannot achieve this education in art, music and dance through the medium of reading and writing.
- Education in arts hightens man’s knowledge and aesthetic experience and trains him in various modes of expression.
Answer: Man’s knowledge and aesthetic experience are hightened and he is trained in various modes of expressions by education in arts.
- A cursory look at our educational scene will reveal that.
Answer: That will be revealed by a cursory look at our educational scene.
- They set the standards for the people at large.
Answer: The standards for the people at large are set by them.
- When the educated do not feel any sense of shame at not understanding art, what question can there be of commoners?
Ans: When no sense of shame is felt by the educated at not understanding art, what question can there be of commoners?
- They keep their surroundings filthy.
Answer: Their surroundings are kept filthy by them.
- It harms his physical and mental well-being.
Answer: His physical and mental well-being is harmed by it.
Class XI English (Mindscapes)Textual Grammar
- Leela’s Friend – RK Narayan
- Voice Change from Leela’s Friend
- Narration Change from Leela’s Friend
- English Grammar (Do as Directed) from Leela’s Friend
- Karma – Khushwant Singh
- Voice Change from Karma
- Narration Change from Karma
- Transformation of Sentences(1) from Karma
- Transformation of Sentences (2) from Karma
- Jimmy Valentine – O. Henry
- Voice Change from Jimmy Valentine
- Narration Change from Jimmy Valentine
- Nobel Lecture – Mother Teresa
- Voice Change from Nobel Lecture
- Narration Change from Nobel Lecture
- Transformation of Sentences from Nobel Lecture
- The Place of Art in Education – Nandalal Bose
- Voice Change from The Place of Art in Education
- Transformation of Sentences from The Place of Art in Education
- Composed Upon Westminster Bridge – William Wordsworth
- Textual Grammar from Composed Upon Westminster Bridge
- Meeting at Night – Robert Browning
- Textual Grammar from Meeting at Night
- The Sick Rose – William Blake
- Textual Grammar from The Sick Rose
- Brotherhood – Octavio Paz
- Textual Grammar from Brotherhood
- Daybreak – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
- Textual Grammar from Daybreak