option 3 is correct answer
Deepinder Goyal is the CEO of zomato.
The aim of Zomato is to change what we eat . It make a change by making investment in online delivery and is the first online restaurant.
The pickingo company is benefited from zomato investment as:-
This investment has not just infuse funds into the pickingo company but will also allow them to scale rapidly with Zomato’s online ordering business, while also leveraging Zomato’s strong relationship with restaurants across the country
According to Pratish Sanghvi, Co-founder and Director of Grab, “last-mile logistics is a challenge for most merchants across India, especially restaurants, and the company views this investment as a great opportunity to solve this problem using technology along with Zomato. Zomato is making strides to move from being a search and discovery portal to a platform offering technology that helps merchants connect more effectively with customers with the launch of online ordering, cashless payments, soon to be launched table reservations, and a point of sale system.”
A Meaning unequivocal is :-
leaving no doubt
B Meaning of infuse is:-
to make somebody/something have a particular quality
answer by KRISHNA GARG
1. One of the senior ministers was coming to inaugurate it.
2. Everyone bowed in deep respect and no one spoke loudly. Because the visits by such dignitaries are a very unusual affair.
3. There were shops of toys, sweetmeats etc. People thronged there in colourful dresses. Performances of a juggler and rope dancer were being enjoyed by people.
4. They were paying homage to some Muslim holy men to invoke the blessings of a great saint to keep evil spirits away from their fields.
5. There were no traffic jams, no policeman to control mischief Makers and no agencies to look after missing children
2.d)their usual visits are during elections only
3.b)the villagers came back in large number
it is a treasure hunt
save the titanic
both a and b
1.2.ans) on april 15,1912 on the 100th anniversary of titanic the titanic was crashed with a big iceberg and sank into the ocean.
b ans) bob ballard is a former US navy officer and a professor of oceanography. he discovered the remains of the iconic ship, titanic in 1985.
c ans) because it was a iconic ship and is little like the ancient ships.
d ans ) they refused because once already the titanic ha sunk and the people doesn't want to remind all those horrible things in their mind again.
e ans ) he is presenting a documentary called '' save the titanic''.
f ans) it is irony personified in history because of its ingredients of timelessly fascinating.
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What would you think if you had to put your personal belongings in a crate, and every time you turn around something of yours was stolen? That is why I think students should have lockers. To protect their things, keep their things somewhere clean, and so they won’t have to complain about carrying everything at once. Students should have lockers because it will stop people from stealing their stuff. For example, the children won’t have to worry about their books, homework assignments, and personal belongings being stolen. The reason for this is that the children will have their own lockers plus their own locks, which only they have the combination to. This will reduce cases where things are being stolen. Students also should have lockers so they will have a clean place to put their books. What I mean by this is that many desks are rusty and have gum stuck under them. Also, if you put you stuff into a crate then it is easily collecting dust. This connects to my argument because their stuff will be kept very clean in a neat environment if students are given lockers to use. My final reason why I think students should have lockers is so students won’t complain about caring everything at once. The things that they may be caring everyday are very heavy. This is important because students may suffer health problems from having to carry all their stuff everywhere. Why carry books everyday why you can eliminate the pain by having a locker to store the things you don’t need? Also, they’re always whining about having to carry all their books. If we had lockers everyone would be happier. In conclusion I think students should have lockers. If we have lockers stealing in school would go down, it would create a safe and clean place for students to put their things, and students would complain less and be healthier. If we had lockers, the school would be a happier place for everyone. If you don’t want your things stolen, contact your principal and demand lockers for your school.
1. Circle the attention catcher.
2. Underline the position statement (thesis). 3. Double underline each main point as it appears in the essay.
4. Circle the clinching statement.
5. What are the three main points in this essay?
(a) 15 April 1912
(b) It is irony personified in history
(c) Save the Titanic
(d) Both (i) and (ii)
(a) On April 15, 1912 the Titanic ship, on its maiden journey, hit an iceberg and sank in the Atlantic Ocean.
(b) Ballard presented a documentary called “Save the Titanic” as part of the 100th anniversary of the Titanic.
(c) Ballard saw the ship full human footprints. He saw pairs of shoes everywhere in the ship and lifeboats around it.
(d) After the sinking of the ship, the people of Belfast refused to talk about the tragedy because of the shame and sadness.
Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Isaac Newton, a name that may still be seen today cut into the wood of windowsill at King‟s
School, Grantham, where he studied Grammar and Latin. At first, Isaac Newton seemed to be rather
dull boy, and not very good at his lessons. But he liked to use his hands, and used to make little
machines, such as windmills. He caught mice and compelled them to drive some of his little
One day at school, Newton was kicked by a bigger boy, who was higher up in the class than
he was. The kicking made Newton very angry and he turned on the bigger boy and gave him a good
beating. He also decided to beat him at lessons, and this made him start to work harder. After that, he
improved at his studies, and so perhaps, the big boy who kicked Newton did a service to the world.
Newton went to Cambridge University, where he studied Mathematics and Science. He
started to make discoveries in Mathematics, while still at college. However Newton did not confine
his studies to Mathematics. He became interested in the behaviour of light and he showed that
sunlight, which appears to us as white light, can be split up into the colours of the rainbow.
One day, it is said, Newton watched an apple as it fell from a tree to the ground. He began to
wonder why it moved towards the earth and not upwards towards the sky. After a great deal of
thought on this subject, he produced his theory of gravitation and published it in his great book,
„Principia.‟ He showed that everybody attracts every other body. The sun and the earth attract each
other and so we do not fly away from the sun into the darkness and coldness of outer space; the
moon and the earth also attract each other, which is why the moon stays near to us and does not rush
away, leaving us in darkness every night.
Newton‟s head was usually so full of ideas and problems that he was often quite lost in
thought. Many stories are told of his absent-mindedness. Once, when he was entertaining guests at
dinner, he went out of the room to fetch some more wine. For a long time his friends awaited his
return, but neither host nor wine appeared. At last, they went to look for him, and found him hard at
work in his study. The wine, the dinner, and his guests were all forgotten.
On another occasion, he invited one of his friends to dinner, but when the man arrived, the
great philosopher was not there. The guest sat down to wait and repeatedly looked hungrily at the
dinner table, not far away. Two plates were laid and everything seemed ready for an excellent meal.
After having waited a long time, the guest could wait no longer. He sat down at the table and
enjoyed a splendid dinner alone after which he returned to his other chair and sat down once more to
wait for his missing host.
At last, Newton came in. He looked at this friend in puzzled manner and realized that he had
entirely forgotten him. After shaking his hand and apologizing, he turned to the dinner table and
noticed that someone has already dined.
“I am sorry,” he said apologizing once again.
“I see that I have eaten my dinner. I certainly ought to have waited for you.”
a) Give the meaning of the following words as used in the passage. One word answers or
short phrases will be accepted. 
2. to fetch
b) answer the following questions briefly in your own words: 
1. How did Newton spend his early days at school?
2. What was Newton‟s immediate reaction when he was kicked by a bigger boy?
3. Why it is said that the boy, who kicked Newton did a service to the world?
4. What discovery did Newton make beside the theory of gravitation?
5. Why didn‟t Newton confine to the study of maths?
c) In not more than 50 words, show how Newton was absent -minded.
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