Teachoo Sample Paper 1 - English Class 12

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Read the following text.

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Select an option that is similar in meaning to India’s expression “People , Planet , Prosperity”.

  1. Humanity , Environment , Wealth 
  2. Citizens , Earth , Growth 
  3. Society , Nature , Well-being 
  4. Population , Ecology , Development

Answer as written by the student:

 The option that is similar in meaning to India’s expression “People , Planet , Prosperity” is C. Society , Nature , Well-being. This option captures the essence of India’s theme, which is to promote the welfare of human beings, the environment, and the economy . The other options are either too narrow or too vague in their meanings.

Step-by-step explanation of the answer:

To answer this question, we need to understand the meaning of each word in India’s expression and compare it with the options given. 🧠

  • The word people means the human beings who live in a society or a country. It implies that India cares about the rights, dignity, and diversity of all people. 🙋‍♂️
  • The word planet means the Earth as a whole, or any other celestial body that orbits a star. It implies that India cares about the natural resources, ecosystems, and climate of the planet. 🌎
  • The word prosperity means the state of being successful, wealthy, or happy. It implies that India cares about the economic growth, social development, and well-being of all people. 💰
  • The option C. Society , Nature , Well-being is similar in meaning to India’s expression because: 🤔
    • The word society means the group of people who live together in a more or less ordered community. 🏛️
    • The word nature means the physical world and its phenomena, especially as distinct from human activities🌳
    • The word well-being means the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy💼
  • The other options are not similar in meaning to India’s expression because: 😕
    • The option A . Humanity , Environment , Wealth is too narrow in its scope, as it does not capture the diversity and complexity of people, planet, and prosperity. Humanity refers to the quality of being human, not the group of human beings. 🙅‍♂️
    • The option B. Citizens , Earth , Growth is too vague in its scope, as it does not capture the specificity and nuance of people, planet, and prosperity. Citizens refers to the legal members of a state or nation, not all human beings.🙅‍♀️
    • The option D. Population , Ecology , Development is too broad in its scope, as it does not capture the focus and direction of people, planet, and prosperity. Population refers to the number of people living in a particular area or country, not their characteristics or needs.🙅
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