Chapter 2

NCERT
Class 10
English
Solutions
6. It was this desire for the freedom of my people that transformed ................. into a bold one, that drove ................. to become a criminal, that turned ................. into a man without a home.

Question:

II. This text repeatedly contrasts the past with the present or the future. We can use coordinated clauses to contrast two views, for emphasis or effect.

Given below are sentences carrying one part of the contrast. Find in the text the second part of the contrast, and complete each item. Identify the words which signal the contrast. This has been done for you in the first item.

It was this desire for the freedom of my people that transformed ................. into a bold one, that drove ................. to become a criminal, that turned ................. into a man without a home.

Answer:

a frightened young man,

a law-abiding attorney,

a family loving husband.

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