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The Proposal: CBSE Class 10 NCERT Solution

May 30, 2015 17:00 IST

    Find the CBSE Class 10th English (Language and Literature) NCERT Solution for the chapter- 11, The Proposal. It has been framed keeping the Students' perspective in mind. This will help the Students with easy and simple understanding of the concept and technique employed in solving as per the CBSE Marking Scheme.

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    Few Sample Questions from this Chapter are given below:

    Q. What does Chubukov at first suspect that Lomov has come for? Is he sincere when he later says “And I’ve always loved you, my angel, as if you were my own son”? Find reasons for your answer from the play.

    Ans. At first, Chubukov suspected that Lomov had come to borrow some money. He was not sincere while telling Lomov that he had always loved him like his own son. He said all this only because Lomov had come with the proposal to marry his daughter. Lomov was a rich and handsome young man who would be a suitable match to his daughter. So, just for the sake of his daughter, Chubukov was trying to flatter Lomov.

    Q. Chubukov says of Natalya: “… as if she won’t consent! She’s in love; egad, she’s like a lovesick cat…” Would you agree? Find reasons for your answer.

    Ans. No, we don’t agree with Chubukov’s statement that Natalya was a lovesick as Natalya did not seem to be in love with Lomov throughout the play. Both of them kept getting into arguments, even about trivial matters.

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