Class 10 English Chapter 4.3 World Heritage questions answers

Chapter 4.3 World Heritage questions answers

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Important Questions Bank

Question 1. Pair up with your partner and answer the following questions.
(a) Do you like to travel?
(b) Where have you travelled?
(c) Have you heard about the wonders of the world?
(d) Have you heard about UNESCO?
(e) What does UNESCO stand for?
(f) What is meant by Heritage?
(g) Do you know of any Heritage building in your own city?

Question 2. Your teacher will explain the ‘Heritage Cycle’.
→ By understanding (cultural heritage) people value it.
→ By valuing it, people want to care for it.
→ By caring for it, it will help people enjoy it.
→ From enjoying it, comes a thirst to understand.
→ By understanding it …………………

Question 3. Do you know the difference between :
(a) World Heritage
(b) Cultural Heritage
Refer to a dictionary/encyclopedia/reference book/the internet to get the detailed meaning.

Question 4. Answer the following questions.
(a) What do heritage sites in the world include?
(b) What kind of sites are protected and maintained by the International World Heritage Programme?
(c) How many world Heritage sites were there around the world?
(d) What is the role of World Heritage Committees?
(e) What is the texture of World Heritage Committee?
(f) What are our duties towards preservation/conservation of any historical site?
(g) Why should we preserve the World Heritage Sites?
(h) What is the role of World Heritage Sites in developing tourism in any country?

Question 5. Choose the correct alternative and complete the given sentences.
(a) Mount Huangshan is situated in …………………………. .
(i) Japan
(ii) China

(b) The famous dam situated in Egypt on River Nile is …………………………. .
(i) Buzwaa High Dam
(ii) Rizwa High Dam
(iii) Aswan High Dam

(iii) Philippines
(c) The conference based on Human Environment was held at …………………………. .
(i) Athens, Greece
(ii) Mascow, Russia
(iii) Stockholm, Sweden

(d) The highest number of world Heritage Sites are located in …………………………. .
(i) France
(ii) Italy
(iii) Germany

(e) …………………………. Can delete/exclude a site from World Heritage list.
(i) World Heritage Committee
(ii) World Peace Committee

(f) The tenure of World Heritage Committee is …………………………. Years.
(i) Four
(ii) Five
(iii) Six.
(iii) World Health Committee.

Question 6. Look at the words and their meanings. Choose the correct alternative.
(a) determine :
(i) think over
(ii) decide
(iii) ask for
(iv) look over

(b) monument :
(i) statue
(ii) pillar
(iii) memorial
(iv) fort

(c) significant:
(i) clever
(ii) effective
(iii) systematic
(iv) important

(d) disaster:
(i) problem
(ii) incident
(iii) calamity
(iv) accident

Question 7. Write a report on any tourist place/historical place/World Heritage Site you recently visited using the points given below.
(i) Title
(ii) Place/Location
(iii) Background/History
(iv) Features/Specialities
(v) Security policies
(vi) Sign boards and discipline
(vii) Overall scenario.

Question 8.
(A) Use ‘not only but also’ in the following sentences.
(a) UNESCO and the International Council on monuments initiated a draft convention to create an international organisation responsible for protecting cultural heritage.
(b) The state parties are responsible for identifying and nominating new sites.
(c) Opera House in Australia and the Historic Center of Vienna in Austria are cultural sites of World Heritage.
(d) World Heritage Sites can also be a combination of both cultural and natural areas.

(B) Rewrite the following sentences, replacing ‘as soon as’ by ‘No sooner than’
(Note : The phrase, ‘No sooner’ must always be followed by an auxiliary (helping verb).)
For example : As soon as he came, they all gave an applause.
No sooner did he come, than they all gave an applause.

(a) As soon as the Bill is passed, it will become an Act.
(b) As soon as the thief escaped, the family informed the police.
(c) As soon as you have finished, you can submit your answer-papers.
(d) As soon as they can manage, they should change their house.
(e) As soon as the bell rings, the School Assembly will start.

Question 9. Identify whether the following sentences are Simple (One Subject + One Predicate or Complex (One Main Clause + One or more Dependent Clauses) or compound (Combination of 2 or more Independent/ Co-ordinate Clauses).
(1) They vary in type but they include forests, monuments etc.
(2) The mountain is significant because of its characteristics.
(3) To protect the temples and artefacts, UNESCO launched an international campaign.
(4) If the site meets with this criteria, it can be inscribed on the World Heritage List.
(5) There are 890 World Heritage Sites that are located in 148 countries.
(6) The project cost about US $ 80 million and $ 40 million came from 50 different countries.

Question 10. Following are the ways to preserve ‘World Heritage Sites.’ Transfer these points into a small paragraph. Suggest a title.

  • Practical conservation of posterity
  • Human/animal trespassing to be prohibited
  • Monitored/controlled/restricted access
  • Threat of local administrative negligence to be removed

Question 11. The project of dismantling and moving the temples in the valley to higher ground cost $80 million.
(i) $40 million
(ii) $50 million
(iii) $80 million.

Question 12. Complete the following: (The answers are given directly and underlined.)
(1) A World Heritage Site should have significant …………………
(2) World Heritage Sites include ………………………
(3) They can also be a ………………………
(4) The convention concerning the protection of Cultural Natural Herttage was adopted by ……………………
Question 13.
(a) UNESCO launched an international campaign in 1959.

(b) A White House Conference in the United States called for a ‘World Heritage Trust’.

(c) convention:
(i) typical
(ii) agreement
(iii) old – fashioned
(iv) persuade

Question 14. Pick out 4 adjectives from the passage ending with the suffix ‘ – al’.

Question 15. The World Heritage Committee meets once a year.

Question 16. A nominated site has to be first included in a Tentative List.
(i) World Heritage List
(ii) Nomination File
(iii) Tentative List

Question 17. Explain what the World Heritage Committee is responsible for.

Question 18. Who makes recommendations to the World Heritage Committee?

Question 19.
(1) Choose the correct noun forms from those given in the brackets:
(1) inscribed (inscription/inscribtion)
(2) responsible (responsive/responsibility)
(3) nominated (nominative/nomination)
(4) included (inclusion/inclution)

Question 20. Complete the following by choosing the correct nouns from the box:
Bodies party List File
(1) Tentative ……………….
(2) Nomination ……………….
(3) Advisory ……………….
(4) State ……………….

Question 21. World Heritage Committee can delete/exclude a site from the World Heritage List
(a) World Heritage Committee
(b) World Peace Committee
(c) World Health Committee

Question 22. There are 890 World Heritage Sites around the World.
(a) 689
(b) 890
(c) 36

Question 23. 36 – sites have been included from India.
(a) 176
(b) 44
(c) 36
Question 24. Complete the following:
(1) Peru’s Machu Picchu is an example of a ………………….
(2) The World Heritage Committee can choose to delete a site from the list if ……………….
Question 31. Explain the role of the World Heritage Committee.

Question 25. Choose the correct meanings:
(a) allocate:
(i) allow
(ii) distribute
(iii) catch
(iv) understand

Question 26. Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the passage: (The answers are given directly and underlined.)
(a) Many small towns of the previous century have become crowded cities now due to rapid ……………….
(b) We should be well – prepared for ……………… Problems like global warming.

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