Category NCERT SOLUTIONS FOR CLASS 12TH

This category includes NCERT Solutions for class 12th English based on JK BOSE and CBSE syllabus.

NCERT Solutions ( Summary, Questions Answers) of The Interview by Christopher Silvester | Flamingo English, Class 12

The Interview by Christopher Silvester Introduction In our times, the interview has assumed a special significance. We get all the information about our contemporaries through the interview. It has become a part of journalistic practice. But the celebrities despise being interviewed. They consider it an intrusion into the privacy of…
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The Last Lesson by Alphonse Daudet Summary, Explanation and Questions Answers NCERT Solutions

The Last Lesson by Alphonse Daudet was written in the days of the Franco - Prussian War in which France was defeated by Prussia led by Bismark. The French district of Alsace and Lorraine passed into Prussian hands. It showcases the fact that the oppressor wants not only territory but also dominates over the language and culture of a particular country thus, taking away even the identity of the subjugated people.
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The Rattrap – NCERT Solutions (Summary and Questions Answers)  Class 12 Flamingo English JK BOSE

The story 'The Rattrap' gives a psychological insight into human nature. The world around us is rampant with traps and dungeons waiting for our one slip. The author points out how greed for material things is trapping human beings. The short story upholds the belief that the inherent goodness of a human being can be awakened by love and understanding. It brings to the focus the notion that the universe is a rattrap. Riches, joys, shelter and food are all lucrative bait traps.
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The Wreck of the Titanic” by Benjamin Peck Keith – Summary, Question Answers Plus One English

As the title alludes,this is a poem about one of the greatest tragedies of the sea, the wreck of the Titanic on 14 April 1912. The ship collided with an huge iceberg and sank to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. However, this disaster has uncovered some of the finest deeds of bravery and heroism of a few people, including Captain Smith and the crew.
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Sunrise on the Hills – Summary and Question Answers Plus One English

The poem, "Sunrise on the Hills" composed by H.W. Longfellow describes the beauty and the glory of nature. Poets believe that Nature has a healing power over man and that he feels enjoyed in the presence of Nature. The musical quality of the poem is truly praiseworthy. The poet used beautiful figurative languages such as simile to make the poem effective and sweet.
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