Fossils and Utilization of Fossils

The word “fossil” comes from a Latin word meaning “anything dug out of the ground”. Fossils are remains of prehistoric plants or animals that have been buried in the ground for many years and finally hardened into rock. Fossils are utilized for different purposes. Some show the different extinct species Read more…

Vocation – Questions and Answers

Vocation Questions and Answers Answer the following questions: 1. What does the hawker advertise aloud? Ans. The hawker advertised aloud about his crystal bangles, 2. Who scolded if he gets dirty? Ans. The young boy is scolded if he gets dirty. 3. What accompanies the watchman? Ans. The watchman is Read more…

After Apple-Picking – Analysis

After Apple-Picking ‘After Apple-Picking’ is a deeply sensuous poem, layered with meaning and thought-provoking imagery which appeal to my senses as a reader. The poem sees Frost reflect on a day’s work of harvesting apples, yet it seems to me that like many of Frost’s poems, his work holds a Read more…

Mending Wall – Analysis

Mending Wall ‘Mending Wall’ appears to be about mundane farm work, yet like many of Frost’s poems, the meaning runs much deeper than this. Written in blank verse, unrhymed iambic pentameter, the poem reads like a story and has a casual, relaxed feel to it. The poem describes two farmers Read more…

Microorganisms – Friends & Foe

Microorganisms – Friends and Foe Microorganisms are too small and are not visible to the unaided eye. Microorganisms are found in air, water and in the bodies of plants and animals. Diseases like dysentery and malaria are caused by protozoans whereas typhoid and tuberculosis (TB) are bacterial diseases. Microorganisms may Read more…