writes a speech for inter-school debate, your subject to speak in favour of the ‘ motion ’Modem Gadgets.Write the speech that machines have made a man into Slaves. write a speech in favour of this motion. Write the speech
in your answer sheet is not more than 100 to 150 words.
Ans. Modern gadgets have made man slaves to machines wit; tout which we are certain that our lives will come to a standstill They have made the world jumps forward with a leap, built up a glittering decorum, opened up the innumerable path, for the growth of knowledge, and added to the power of man to such an extent that it is possible to Imagine that man could triumph over and shape his physical environment.
Through the astonishing discoveries of these modern gadgets, man has been able to give a definite form to his imagination. It is indeed a fact that as a result of the invention of modern gadgets the tone and temper of life has changed beyond recognition Through wireless telegraphs and fax machines messages can now be easily sent to any part of the world. Modem gadgets incorporate all the comforts and highest standards in engineering innovation and reliability that have greatly contributed to man ’s welfare.
New equipment for navigation, data-processing, computer-controlled radar system providing information on a variety of new products for use at construction sites
is only some of the advantages of the modern gadgets.
|the short speech on modern gadgets|
Q.N. 2 Write an article in a magazine and then using your own ideas as well, write an article for your school magazine about Delights and Usefulness of Walking.
But, it is indeed a pity that some people who are most interested in walking refrain from it because in India walking is associated with deprivation and poverty. Their false pride and wrong thinking make them travel by car for even the shortest of distance. They would prefer to miss out on the delights of walking and prefer not to care about the good it would do to their health so as not to endanger their false prestige. It is high time that the educated lot of Indians put aside these petty notions and live their life for themselves and live it according to what they feel is best for them.
Walking does not indicate deprivation and poverty and it ‘ is only the thinking of certain narrow-minded people who have categorised the people walking or pedestrians as second-class people.‘Walking should be enjoyed as it gives pleasure and provides a wonderful ‘i Opportunity for us to be in direct contact with nature, unlike at times like some and suffocating journey in a closed vehicle.