Teachoo Sample Paper 1 - English Class 12

[Reading] Question 1 (i) Important

Question 1 (ii) Important

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[Reading] Question 2 (i)

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[Notice Writing] Question 3 (A) Important

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[invitation Writing] Question 4 (A)

[invitation Writing] Question 4 (B)

[Letter Writing] Question 5 (A)

[Letter Writing] Question 5 (B) Important

[Article Writing] Question 6 (A)

[Article Writing] Question 6 (B) Important

[Literature - Extract Question] Question 7 (A) - i

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[Literature - Extract Question] Question 7 (B) - i

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[Literature - Extract Question] Question 8 (A) - i

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[Literature - Extract Question] Question 9 (A) - i

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Question 9 (A) - vi You are here

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[Literature] Question 10 (i)

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[Literature] Question 11 (i)

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[Literature] Question 12 (i)

Question 12 (ii)

[Literature] Question 13 (i)

Question 13 (ii) Important

Read the given extract and answer the questions for any one of the two, given 

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How does the General betray Sadao’s trust in the story? What are the consequences of his betrayal? Explain with reference to the text.

Answer written by the student is:

The General betrays Sadao’s trust in the story by not sending his assassins to kill the soldier as he promised. The consequences of his betrayal are that Sadao has to help the soldier escape by himself and risk being exposed or caught.

Step-by-step explanation of the answer is:

To answer this question, we need to identify how the General betrays Sadao’s trust in the story and what are the consequences of his betrayal. We also need to explain our answer with reference to the text. 📖

  • A betrayal is an act of breaking or violating someone’s trust, confidence, or loyalty. It can cause anger, disappointment, or resentment in the person who is betrayed. 😠
  • In this story, Sadao trusts the General to help him get rid of the soldier without causing any trouble or guilt. He tells him about the soldier and asks him to send his assassins to kill him and dispose of his body. He says: “I will leave him to you…You can send your private assassins” (Buck 1). 🗡️
  • However, the General betrays Sadao’s trust by not sending his assassins as he promised. He forgets about the soldier and his promise because he is busy with his own affairs and health. He says: “I forgot all about that fellow…I have been very ill” (Buck 2). He also lies to Sadao and says that he has not told anyone about the soldier. He says: “No one knows but you and me…I have not spoken of it” (Buck 3). 😒
  • The consequences of the General’s betrayal are that Sadao has to help the soldier escape by himself and risk being exposed or caught. He decides to give the soldier a boat, some food, and some money and tell him to sail to a nearby island where he can find help from other Americans. He says: “I will give you a boat…You must go tonight” (Buck 4). He also has to hide the soldier from his servants and his neighbors who might see or hear something suspicious. He says: “No one must know…No one must see you” (Buck 5). 😨

Therefore, the General betrays Sadao’s trust in the story by not sending his assassins to kill the soldier as he promised. The consequences of his betrayal are that Sadao has to help the soldier escape by himself and risk being exposed or caught. 🙁

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