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MHT CET Result 2024: The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Cell will release the MHT CET 2024 result on June 16, 2024. All candidates participating in the MHT CET exam 2024 can check their results for PCM (Physics, Chemistry, and Maths) and PCB (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) groups on June 16, 2024 at 6 pm. Visit the official website of the authority https://cetcell.mahacet.org/ to download the result.

 

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3]  Enter your password.

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5] Check the result and download the result pdf.

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Q. 1. (A) Read the extract and complete the activities given below: (12) 

 The young liftman in a city office who threw a passenger out of his lift the other morning and was fined for the offence was undoubtedly in the wrong. It was a question of “Please”. The complainant entering the lift, said, “Top”.

The lift-man demanded “Top-please”, and this concession being refused he not only declined to comply with the instruction but hurled the passenger out of the lift. This, of course was carrying a comment on manner too far.
Discourtesy is not a legal offence, and it does not excuse assault and battery. If a burglar breaks into my house and I knock him down, the law will acquit me, and if I am physically assaulted, it will permit me to retaliate with reasonable violence. It does this because the burglar and my assailant have broken quite definite commands of the law. But no legal system could attempt to legislate against bad manners or could sanction the use of violence against something which it does not itself recognize as a legally punishable offence. And our sympathy with the lift-man, we must admit that the law is reasonable. It would never do if we are at liberty to box people’s ears because we did not like their behaviour, or the tone of their voices or the scowl on their faces. Our fists would never be idle, and the gutters of the city would run with blood al day.
I may be as uncivil as I may please, and the law will protect me against violent retaliation. I may be haughty or boorish and there is no penalty to pay except the penalty of being written down an ill-mannered fellow. The law does not compel me to say “Please” or to attune my voice to other people’s sensibilities any more than it says that I shall not wax my moustache or dye my hair or wear ringlets down my neck. It does not recognize the laceration of our feelings as a case for compensation. There is no allowance for moral and intellectual damages in these matters.

I A. Rewrite the following sentences and state whether they
are ‘True’ or ‘False’: (2) 

(i) ‘Politeness’ was the chief character of the liftman.
(i) The passenger was pushed out of the lift by the lift-man.

(iii) Moral and intellectual damages are not allowed in such cases.

(iv) The passenger’s demand was denied by the lift- man.

A2. Write the given points below: 

1] Act of the lift-man ———-

2] Reason ——–

A3. Complete the following:
The legal system cannot
(1) —————————-
(2) ——————————
A4. “An ill-mannered fellow is harmful to our society”. Explain the statement in your own words. (2)
A5. Language study:
(i) if I am physically assaulted, it will permit me to retaliate with reasonable violence. (Use -Unless)

(ii) I may be as uncivil as I may please (Make negative) 

A6. Write the meaning of the given words : 2

(a) legislate-
(b) haughty –

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Q. 1. (A) Read the extract and complete the activities given below: (12) 

 I A. Rewrite the following sentences and state whether they are ‘True’ or ‘False’: (2)

1. ‘Politeness’ was the chief character of the liftman.
– False

2. The passenger was pushed out of the lift by the liftman.- True

3. Moral and intellectual damages are not allowed in such cases. – True

4. The passenger’s demand was denied by the liftman. – True

A2. Write the given points below:

1. Act of the lift-man: – Threw a passenger out of the lift.

2. Reason: – The passenger did not say “please” when requesting the top floor.

A3. Complete the following:

The legal system cannot
1. Legislate against bad manners.
2. Sanction the use of violence against bad manners.

A4. “An ill-mannered fellow is harmful to our society”. Explain the statement in your own words. (2)

An ill-mannered person negatively affects social interactions by creating unnecessary conflict and discomfort. Their behavior can disrupt the harmony of communal living.  This, in turn, can lead to further discourtesy and a general decline in mutual respect among people.

A5. Language study:

1. If I am physically assaulted, it will permit me to retaliate with reasonable violence.
Ans: Unless I am physically assaulted, it will not permit me to retaliate with reasonable violence.

2. I may be as uncivil as I may please.
Ans: I may not be as civil as I may please.

A6. Write the meaning of the given words: (2)

1. Legislate: – To make or enact laws.

2. Haughty: – Arrogantly superior and disdainful.

 

At a corner of Sixth Avenue electric lights and cunningly displayed wares behind plateglass made a shop window attractive. Soapy took a stone and dashed it through the glass. People came running, round the corner, a policeman in the lead. Soapy stood still with his hands in his pockets, and smiled at the sight of brass button.

“Where’s the man that done that?” inquired the officer agitatedly.
“Don’t you think that I might have had something to do with it?” said Soapy, with a friendly voice, as one greets good fortune.

The policeman refused to accept Soapy even as a clue. Men who smash windows do not remain to chat with the police. They take to their heels. The policeman saw a man half-way down the block running to catch a car. With drawn club he joined in the pursuit. Soapy, with disgust in his heart, drifted along, twice unsuccessful.

On the opposite side of the street was a restaurant of no great pretensions. It catered to large appetites and modest purses. Its crockery and atmosphere were thick; its soup and napery thin. Into this place Soapy betook himself without
challenge. At a table he sat and consumed beefsteak, flapjacks, doughnuts and pie. And then he told the waiter the fact that the minutest coin and himself were total strangers.

“Now, get busy and call a cop,” said Soapy. “And don’t keep agentleman waiting.”

“No cop for you,” said the waiter, with a voice like butter cakes and an eye like the cherry in the Manhattan cocktail. “Hey, Con!”

Neatly upon his left ear on the callous pavement two waiters pitched Soapy. He arose, joint by joint, as a carpenter’s rule opens, and dusted his clothes. Arrest seemed now but an elusive dream. The island seemed very far away. A policeman who
stood before a drug tore two doors away laughed and walked down the street.

Al. True / False :
Read the following sentences and state whether they are true or false. Correct the false statements and rewrite them.
(a) Soapy broke the glass of the shop willow.
(b) Nobody heard the breaking of the glass window.
(c) The policeman chased Soapy.
(d) Soapy did not run away from the place.

A2. Rearrange the following statements in order of their occurrence in the extract.
(a) The policeman refused to accept Soapy even as a clue.
(b) Soapy took a stone and dashed it through the glass.
(c) “Now, get busy and call a cop,” said Soapy.
(d) Soapy, with disgust in his heart, drifted long twice unsuccessful.

A3. Guess
Read the following sentences and write down what it means.
(a)”Don’t you think that I might have had something to do with it ?”
(b) He told the waiter the fact that the minutest coin and himself were total strangers.

A4. Personal response :
Suppose you are a manager of a hotel, a poor boy has taken dinner in the hotel and then he found, he has not enough money to pay the bill. Describe how you will react in the situation.

A5. Language study :
(1) On the opposite side of the street was a restauran of no great pretensions. (Wh Question)
(1) Men who smash windows do not remain to chat with the police.
(Make the above sentences simple)

A6. Vocabulary :
Match the following words in column ‘A’ with their meanings in column B

Mat

Column ‘A’ –         Column ‘B’
(a) gibberish     –  (i) magic
(b) enchantment- (ii) meaningless speech
(c) arrest
(d) pitched

Column ‘B’
(i) magic
(ii) meaningless speech
(iii) threw
(iv) nab

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