QUESTION BANK ENGLISH SOLUTION CLASS 12 PDF | UNSEEN – 5
UNSEEN – 5 ENGLISH CLASS 12
To write well you have to be able to write clearly and logically, and you cannot do this unless you can think clearly and logically. If you cannot do this yet you should train yourself to do it by taking particular problems and following them through, point by point, to a solution, without leaving anything out and without avoiding any difficulties that you meet.
At first you find clear, step-by-step thought very difficult. You may find that your mind is not able to concentrate. Several unconnected ideas may occur together.
But practice will improve your ability to concentrate on a single idea and think about it clearly and logically. In order to increase your vocabulary and to improve your style, you should read widely and use a good dictionary to help you find the exact meanings and correct usages of words.
Always remember that regular and frequent practice is necessary if you want to learn to write well. It is no good waiting until you have an inspiration before you write. Even with the most famous writers, inspiration is rare.
Someone said that writing is ninety-nine percent hard work and one percent inspiration. So, the sooner you get into the habit of disciplining yourself to write, the better.
- To write well, a person must train himself in
(A) dealing with a difficult problem
(B) not leaving anything out
(C) thinking clearly and logically
(D) following a step-by-step approach
- Initially it is difficult to write because
(A) a good dictionary is not used
(B) ideas occur without any sequence
(C) aids to correct writing are not known (D) exact usages of words are not known.
- According to the passage, writing style can be improved by
(A) thinking logically (B) writing clearly
(C) undergoing training (D) reading widely
- Famous writers have achieved success by
(A) using their linguistic resources properly
(B) disciplining their skill
(C) following only one idea
(D) waiting for inspiration
- All the following words mean ‗exact‘ except
(A) precise (B) accurate
(C) very (D) erec
- (C) thinking clearly and logically
- B) ideas occur without any sequence
- D) reading widely
- (B) disciplining their skill
- (D) erec