1. Write an essay by describing the locations of things in your room. (Unit 1)
Aman lives in a society. He needs many things in his life. Food, cloth and house are his basic needs. A house protects him from heat, coldness and rain. Some people live in their own rooms and herpeople live in common rooms. But, Ilive in my own room.
My room is on the second floor. Itis quite big too. It is under the roof of the house. Itis painted with light green colour. There are two big windows on both sides. So, my room is very bright and sunny. I have painted the windows with white colour. There is a double bed atthe right corner of the room. There is a book rack by the bed.There is a table next to the book rack. A big cassette player and some textbooks areon the table. There are three chairs around it. A green carpet is on thefloor. All my clothes are on the hanger which is on the door. I have used another corner of the room as a kitchen. It is at the back side of the bed. There are many pots inside the kitchen rack. A gas stove is on it. There are some pictures of famous persons, beautiful posters and a calendar on the wall. My room is in the open area. So, a beautiful scene of nature can be seen from my room.But, ithas some problems. Sometimes, when the rain falls, water leaks from the roof. The glass of one window is broken. There is no glass in another window. I have covered itwith plastic. There is not a fan on the ceiling. It is near the cinema hall. So, it disturbs me too much.However, my room is very comfortable. It is very beautiful. I like myroom very much.
2. Write a part of a magazine article describing your town and what visitors can do there. (Unit 1, Page No. 7)
Nepal is an underdeveloped country. There are more villages than towns in the country. The villages are mainly on the hilly regions ofthe country. My town is on the hilly region too. It is very beautiful. I like mytown very much.The name of my town is Gorkhabazar. Itis the headquarter of the district Gorkha. Itis the historical place where the great king Prithvi Narayan Shah had ruled the country in the 19th century. So, it is known as the old capital of Nepal. There is a temple of Kalika on the top of a small hill. Onecan see very beautiful scene ofgreen mountains anda wide range of white Himalayas from here. There is ‘Gorkha Durbar’ next to the bus park. It is also a museum but it is notopen for public yet. The special things of Gorkhabazar are stone-taps, which can be found in many parts of Gorkhabazar. Although, one can wash dirty clothes and take a bath, these taps become crowded most of the times. There is a problem of water except in Haramtari. Mostof the governmental offices are in Haramtari. The greatest hotel of Gorkhabazar is Hotel Bisauni. Onecan have delicious Nepali foods here. It is the best place for sightseeing. Although, there are many cheap hotels and guesthouses where one can spend nights and take foods or drinks, the services provided by them are not satisfactory one. Although, it is a municipality, there are notgood facilities of roads, irrigations, communications and hospitals.
3. Write a short magazine article, entitled ‘A day in the life of (your name)’. (Page No. – 29)
Aman lives in a society. He comes into contact with different kinds ofpersons. He does different kinds ofworks within a day. What a man does within a single day is known as a daily routine. Everyone has his own type of daily routine, which is different from other persons. I have my own daily routine. This is described as follows-Myname is Kedar Adhikari. I live at Tandibazar in Chitwan with my family. I am a student. I study at Nepal Higher Secondary School in the class 11 of management faculty. Usually, I get up at five o’clock early in the morning. Then, I go to toilet, brush my teeth and wash my face. I often eatbread or fried rice as a morning snack. At5:20, I wear my school uniform and keep mytextbooks into my bag and go to the school on my bicycle. I reach the school at quarter to six. Some of my friends have already come there. I talk with them. Ourfirst class begins at 6 o’clock and the last class ends atquarter to 10 o’clock. I return from the school and change my uniform. I take my breakfast. Usually, I take dal, bhat and tarkari asbreakfast. I often take milk and pickle. After this, I start studying mytextbooks and doing my homeworks forthree hours. Sometimes, when I feel bored, I watch TV or listen to radio. At 2 o’clock, I take snack lunch. About half past four, I often go tomy friend’s house. Sometimes, we play volleyball or football or chess. Sometimes, we go to see cinemas. Sometimes, we go forsightseeing. Sometimes, we go for a walk. I return home about seven o’clock and eat dinner. I eatdal, bhat andtarkari as dinner. Sometimes, I take bananas or slices of cucumber. Then, I study for 2hours. Sometimes, I watch TV or listen to radio and goto bed about 10 o’clock. . Twice a year, I go outside the district to see many beautiful parts of the country. My father works in a travel agency. Many tourists come to visit Nepal from the different parts of the foreign country and I have to take them to visit the beautiful towns of the country.
4. Imagine that, 50 years from now, someone in your class is veryfamous. Write an account of his/her life. (Page No. – 43)
People work hard. All the people cannot get success in their lives. But, very few of them get so much success that they became very famous in the whole country. In our class, there is a student. His name is Saroj Neupane. After 50 years from now, he became a famous doctor. He was born in a very poor family in 2045. His parents were poor farmers. There were six children in their house. Sometimes, they slept without eating anything. The parents didn’t have money to send Saroj in school. First of all, Saroj worked in a rich man’s house as a servant. In the mornings and evenings, he used todo house works but in the daytimes, he used to go to school. He was a very hard working student. He stood first every year. He passed SLCwith distinction in 2061. In I.Sc., he became board third and hewent to India to study medicine under Colombo plan. After eight years, he became an optician. He married a beautiful girl after two years. By the end of 2115, he became very famous doctor.He lived at Kuleshore in Kathmandu. He worked in Teaching Hospital. Besides that, he worked in many nursing homes. He himself established a nursing home at Kalimati. His majesty the government of Nepal had awarded him as “Outstanding Youth of 2062”. Hehas got many awards including Gorkha Dakshinbahu from the king. He has earned so much popularity that the people come from far and wide to meet him.
5. Write an account of the most important events in your country’s history, andwhen they happened. (Page No.-43)
One of the most important events of Nepal is the establishment of democracy in 2007 B.S. The cruel Ranas were ruling the country. They were very selfish. They might kill anyone who disliked them. Theydid not let the common people to go to schools for reading and writing. They used to passtheir time very luxuriously. There was nofreedom for speaking too.The late king Tribhuwan decided to overthrow such cruel rule of Ranas from the country. He went to India to get help from the Indian government. With the help from Nepali Congress, he began an armed movement. Many people died and became wounded. Mohan Shamser made Gyanendra as the Kingof Nepal. But the government of India did notaccept Gyanendra as the king of Nepal. Finally, there was held treaty among, three groups i.e. the king Tribhuwan, the representatives of Ranas and Nepali Congress. They decided toestablish democracy in Nepal. This treaty is called Delhi treaty. Democracy was established on 7 Falgun¸ 2007 BS. Tribhuwan was made the king of Nepal. He made a joint government and decided to bring into force a democratic constitution. In this way, the rule of Ranas, which had begun from 1903 BS, came to an end after 104 years. The people of Nepal became very happy. Thefirst democratic constitution was announced on 17 Chaitra, 2007 BS.There was happiness everywhere. All the restrictions imposed upon political parties were released. The people become free from the cruel chains of Ranas. They got freedom for speaking and writing too.