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BEG 004 Solved Assignment 2021-22


BEG 004 Solved Assignment 2021-22


CDM 02 Solved Assignment 2021-22 : All assignments are in PDF format which would be send on email/WhatsApp (9958676204) just after payment.

Course Code: CFE/TMA/2020-21

Max. Marks: 100

All questions are compulsory.

1. Read the passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow:

Not unlike drugs or alcohol, the television experience allows the participant to blot out the real world and enter into a pleasurable and passive mental state. The worries and anxieties of reality are as effectively deferred by becoming absorbed in a television program as by going on a "trip" induced by drugs or alcohol. And just as alcoholics are only inchoately aware of their addiction, feeling that they control their drinking more than they really do ("I can cut it out any time I want — I just like to have three or four drinks before dinner"), people similarly overestimate their control over television watching. Even as they put off other activities to spend hour after hour watching television, they feel they could easily resume living in a different, less passive style. But somehow or the other while the television set is present in their homes, the click doesn't sound. With television pleasures available, those other experiences seem less attractive, more difficult somehow. A heavy viewer (a college English instructor) observes: "I find television almost irresistible. When the set is on, I cannot ignore it. I can't turn it off. I feel sapped, will-less, enervated. As I reach out to turn off the set, the strength goes out of my arms. So I sit there for hours and hours." The self-confessed television addict often feels he "ought" to do other things — but the fact that he doesn't read and doesn't plant his garden or sew or crochet or play games or have conversations means that those activities are no longer as desirable as television viewing. In a way a heavy viewer's life is as imbalanced by his television "habit" as a drug addict's or an alcoholic's. He is living in a holding pattern, as it were, passing up the activities that lead to growth or development or a sense of accomplishment. This is one reason people talk about their television viewing so ruefully, so apologetically. They are aware that it is an unproductive experience, that almost any other endeavour is more worthwhile by any human measure. Finally it is the adverse effect of television viewing on the lives of so many people that defines it as a serious addiction. The television habit distorts the sense of time. It renders other experiences vague and curiously unreal while taking on a greater reality for itself. It weakens relationships by reducing and sometimes eliminating normal opportunities for talking, for communicating. And yet television does not satisfy, else why would the viewer continue to watch hour after hour, day after day? "The measure of health," writes Lawrence Kubie, "is flexibility and especially the freedom to cease when sated." But the television viewer can never be sated with his television experiences — they do not provide the true nourishment that satiation requires — and thus he finds that he cannot stop watching.

(a) Answer the following questions by choosing the correct option — (1), (2) or (3)


(i) The experience of watching TV is similar to that of consuming drugs as both

(1) give pleasure (2) create anxieties (3) create nearness to reality

(ii) TV addicts wrongly think that

(1) They can control their habit (2) they have no control on their addiction (3) their normal life is over

(iii) TV addicts find it difficult to

(1) sit and watch TV for hours (2) be engrossed in a show on TV (3) switch off the TV

(iv) TV viewing is more attractive to the addict than

(1) drugs (2) reading (3) alcohol

(v) Because of one's addiction to TV, one can become quite

(1) unproductive (2) active (3) worthwhile

(b) State whether the following statements are True or False:


(i) The experience of watching TV makes a person become passive.

(ii) A TV addict lives in the real world.

(iii) Watching TV for long hours makes people conscious of real life problems.

(iv) People who get addicted to watching TV for long hours think they'll be able to switch it off whenever they want to.

(v) A compulsive viewer thinks he can resume a more active life whenever he wishes to and he is able to do so.

(vi) Alcoholics and TV viewers lead similar lives. (vii) To a TV addict playing games, reading or planting his garden is equally desirable.

(viii) A habit turns into a serious addiction when it starts having a negative impact on a person's life.

(ix) An addict enjoys the unreal world more than the real world.

(x) In spite of being aware of the hold of their addiction on their lives, addicts are not able to give it up

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(c) Match the words in Column A (taken from the passage) Column B.


Column A with their meanings in Column B

(a) defer              (i) caused

(b) induced         (ii) incompletely

(c) inchoately    (iii) with regret

(d) ruefully         (iv) postpone

(e) distorts          (v) misrepresents

2 Fill in the blanks in the paragraph below with the correct form of the words given in brackets:


I began my life among books when I was very young. In my grandfather's study they were everywhere and we were i (forbid) to dust them except once a year. Even before I could read, I already ii (respect) them. I felt that our family's iii (prosper) depended on them. I used to touch them in secret to honour my hands with their dust. Hundreds of times I saw my grandfather iv (absent mind) walk round the table, cross the room and v (hesitate) pick out a volume without vi (allow) himself time for choice, vii (look) through it as he went back to his armchair. With a combined viii (move) of his thumb and forefinger he would open a book, ix (make) it creaks like a shoe. I sometimes got close enough to observe them and felt their pale, dank and x (slight) blistered pages.

3. Youth of today are very conscious of their looks. They watch advertisements on TV, read about the lifestyle of rich people and like to copy them. Compose a paragraph describing how youth and teenagers have changed today. The essay entitled "Youth and Changing Lifestyles" must be written in about 150 words


4. Add the prefixes un-, dis-, in-, ir-, il-, im-, mis- to the following words. There are two extra prefixes.

inform, audible, logical, kind, reverence

5. Fill in the blanks with a, an or the. The first one is done for you.


I immediately went round to the Boma to make complaint about……….way I had been treated. There was……….young district Officer there whom I knew well. He took me into his office. He listened with sympathy to my story and began thumping…………… table in his indignation. He said, ‘Look here, Kenneth, if ever you want anything just come along to me and I will give you………..note.’ ‘But,’ I said, ‘that is not… point, what about all the thousands of others who want to be treated like reasonable human beings in…shops?

Have they got to come to you every time for………. note?’ He promised to write…………. letter to… ............ chemist and I let the matter drop.

6. Here is some information on how tea is grown, prepared and drunk. Fill in the blanks by choosing the correct verb forms from the brackets in each case.


Tea is a popular drink all over the world. It …………(is made/made) from the leaves of the tea plant, which………….(grow/grows) in very warm countries. The leaves ………….. (are dried/dried) and then are put in boiling water and allowed to stand for a few minutes. This………….(makes/make) a hot drink having a reddish brown colour, and a pleasant flavour. Most of the world’s tea…………..(is grown/has grown) in India, Sri Lanka, Japan and Indonesia.

The tea leaves……………..(is picked/are picked) by hand or cut off with scissors. The quality of tea…(depend/depends) on the soil in which it is grown, the age of leaves at the time of picking. It also………………..(depend/depends) on how it ………..(made/is made). Tea is not a good drink for children, but it… (is/are) harmless for grown ups if they do not drink too much of it.

7. Write an Essay in about 250 words on any one of the following.


i) Education in the Corona Times

ii) Climate Change is everyone’s problem

iii) Animal Rights Vs Human Rights

8. Imagine that a new person has come to your classroom. Using What, Why, How, Where, When, etc. ask information about the following points:


Example: Name

Ans. What is your name?

1. age

2. come from which city

3. speaks which mother tongue

4. residence at present

5. hobbies and interests

9. Write a dialogue in about 150 words on the following situation:


A well-known hospital in your town has started a regular health-check camp for the economically weaker sections of society, free of cost. In six months’ time the project has received tremendous response – especially from old people and young mothers. You are Anita Sharma, a doctor working at the hospital. A newspaper journalist wants to know details about the project and how many people have benefitted from it. Write a dialogue between the two in about ten turns.

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Dear Learner,

You have to submit one assignment in each course, i.e. CDM 02, CDM 02. All these are Tutor Marked Assignments (TMAs). Before attempting the assignments, please read the instructions provided in the Programme Guide carefully.

Kindly note, you have to submit these assignments to the Coordinator of your Study Centre within the stipulated time for being eligible to appear in the term-end examination. You must mention your Enrolment Number, Name, Address, Assignment Code and Study Centre Code on the first page of the assignment. You must obtain a receipt from the Study Centre for the assignments submitted and retain it. Keep photocopies of the assignments with you.

After evaluation, the assignments have to be returned to you by the Study Centre. Please insist on this and keep a record with you. The marks obtained by you will be sent by the Study Centre to the Student Evaluation Division at IGNOU, New Delhi.

Guidelines for Doing Assignments

There are five questions in each assignment, all carry equal marks. Attempt all the questions in not more than 500 words (each). You will find it useful to keep the following points in mind:

Planning: Read the assignments carefully. Go through the units on which they are based, make some points regarding each question and then rearrange them in a logical order

Organization and Presentation: Be analytical in your selection of the information for your answer. Give adequate attention to the introduction and the conclusion. Make sure that your answer is logical and coherent; has a proper flow of information.

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