Day: 07 Sub: English Std.: 10th
7. Express Pleasure and Appreciation politely
Communicate pleasure, appreciation and support politely.
Read the following dialogue carefully and do the activities.
Teacher: Hello Prathamesh, why are you so serious?
Prathamesh: Teacher, because of my problems.
Teacher: Which problems?
Prathamesh: I have tension about my studies and exams are near.
Teacher: Don’t worry Prathamesh, we’ll solve your problems. Take it easy.
Prathamesh: Ok Teacher, but how can I manage my study and household work?
Teacher: You can manage both things by planning and doing management.
Prathamesh: Thanks Teacher.
1) What type of text is this?
2) Why is the student worried?
3) How did the teacher help Prathamesh?
Teacher asks to read the following dialogue carefully and asks to find out relevant points to support.
Teacher: Do you study regularly?
Students: Yes Teacher. I do my homework on time.
Teacher: Only homework, what about your actual study?
Student: But I don’t get sufficient time.
Teacher: Then, you have to prepare your own study timetable. It is also called a study planner.
Student: Sir, will you help me to plan this?
Teacher: Sure, I will help you.
Student: Thank you.
1) What do you find in this conversation?
Ans: I find that the teacher is helping the students with their study.
2) Who is not getting sufficient time to study?
Ans: Student is not getting sufficient time to study.
3) What does the teacher ask to prepare?
Ans: Teacher asks to prepare own study timetable.
Teacher gives the following dialogue and asks to understand the communicating support politely.
Ram: What’s wrong with you?
Shyam: I have got poor marks.
Ram: Hey! Nothing to worry about. Only getting marks is not important.
Shyam: Then, could you help me, Please?
Ram: Yes, I am always ready to help you.
Shyam: Please, suggest something to me.
Ram: You are very good at sports. You see your strength there.
Shyam: Thank you, dear.
1) What do you find in this dialogue?
2) Is it possible to communicate alone?
3) Why is Shyam worried?
Write a dialogue with the help of given clues in the bracket.
(excellent, keep it up, don’t worry, be happy, always think positive, exactly, please, good idea)
Person A: I got my test results back, and they’re great!
Person B: Really? How did you do?
Person A: I did really well! I got the highest score in class!
Person B: Wow, that’s awesome! Congrats! Your hard work paid off.
Person A: Thanks! I’m so happy with how I did.
Person B: Keep it up! You’re doing great.
Person A: Thanks for the support. It means a lot.
Person B: Don’t worry, you’ve proven yourself before. Believe in yourself and stay positive.
Person A: You’re right. I’ll always think positive and trust in my abilities.
Person B: Exactly! Believe in yourself, and you’ll keep succeeding.
Person A: I will. By the way, I have a good idea for our project. Can I tell you about it?
Person B: Sure! Please, go ahead.