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  • 1. THE CURSE OF TUTENKHAMEN X class
  • 2. X CLASS PROSE SLIDES (69) DAY ONE DAY TWO TIME OF PLAY 40 Mints.
  • 3. Presented by DEVENDER REDDY & RAVI K KUMAR E.L.T.A WARANGAL
  • 4. Active and Passive Verbs • Active verbs form more efficient and more powerful sentences than passive verbs. This document will teach you why and how to prefer active verbs. • The subject of an active voice sentence performs the action of the verb: “I throw the ball.” • The subject of a passive voice sentence is still the main character of the sentence, but something else performs the action: “The ball is thrown by me.” •
  • 5. How to Recognize Active and Passive Sentences • • • • • • • • • Basic Examples Difference between Passive Voice and Past Tense Imperatives: Active Commands Sloppy Passive Construction Linking Verbs: Neither Active nor Passive Passive Voice is not Wrong Tricky Examples Links to Active & Passive Verb Resources Works Cited
  • 6. 1. How to Recognize Active and Passive Sentences • Find the subject (the main character of the sentence). • Find the main verb (the action that the sentence identifies). • Examine the relationship between the subject and main verb. – Does the subject perform the action of the main verb? (If so, the sentence is active.) – Does the subject sit there while something else — named or unnamed –performs an action on it? (If so, the sentence is passive.) – Can’t tell? If the main verb is a linking verb (“is,” “was,” “are,” “seems (to be),” “becomes” etc.), then the verb functions like an equals sign; there is no action involved — it merely describes a state of being.
  • 7. 2. Basic Examples ^          I love you. subject: “I” action: “loving” relationship: The subject (“I”) is the one performing the action (“loving”). The sentence is active. You are loved by me. subject: “you” action: “loving” relationship: The subject (“You”) sits passively while the action (“loving”) is performed by somebody else (“me”). This sentence is passive.
  • 8. Active : Passive: Simple Past   Active: Simple Past 1. The movie  bored  me.  2. The movie  fascinated  Jack.  3. The movie  surprised  them. 1. 2. 3. Passive: Simple Past  I  was bored  by the movie.  Jack  was fascinated  by the movie.  They  were surprised by the movie.
  • 9. For example, in the sentence: – The cat ate the mouse. • the verb "ate" is in the active voice, but in the sentence: – The mouse was eaten by the cat. • the verbal phrase "was eaten" is passive. • In – The hunter killed the bear. • the verb "killed" is in the active voice, and the doer of the action is the "hunter". To make this passive: – The bear was killed by the hunter. • the verbal phrase "was killed" is followed by the word "by" and then by the doer "hunter".
  • 10. Exer cises on Passive Use of Passive  Passive voice is used when the focus is on the action. It is not important or not known, however, who or what is performing the action.  Example: My bike was stolen.  In the example above, the focus is on the fact that my bike was stolen. I do not know, however, who did it.  Sometimes a statement in passive is more polite than active voice, as the following example shows:  Example: A mistake was made.  In this case, I focus on the fact that a mistake was made, but I do not blame anyone (e.g. You have made a mistake.).
  • 11. Form of Passive Subject + finite for m of  to be  + Past Par ticiple (3r d column of ir re gular verbs)  Example: A letter was written.  When rewriting active sentences in passive voice, note the following:  the object of the active sentence becomes the subject of the passive sentence  the finite form of the verb is changed ( to be + past participle)  the subject of the active sentence becomes the object of the passive sentence (or is dropped)  Examples of Passive
  • 12. Examples of Passive  Tense Subject Verb Object Simple           Present Active: Rita writes a letter .Passive: A letter is written by Rita .Simple Past Active :Rita wrote a letter .Passive :A letter was written by Rita. Present Perfect Active: Rita has written a letter. Passive :A letter has been written by Rita .Future I Active: Rita will write a letter .Passive :A letter will be written by Rita. Active : Rita can write a letter .Passive : A letter can be written by Rita.
  • 13. Examples of Passive  Tense Subject Verb Object Present  .Future IIActive:Ritawill have writtena letter.Passive:A letterwill have been writtenby Rita.Conditional IActive:Ritawould writea letter.Passive:A letterwould be writtenby Rita.Conditional IIActive:Ritawould have writtena letter.Passive:A letterwould have been writtenby Rita.
  • 14. Future  IIActive:1 .Rita will have written a letter.  Passive: A letter will have been written by Rita.
  • 15. Progressive Active :  1. Rita is writing a letter.  1 A letter is being written by Rita
  • 16. ..Past Perfect Active  :1. Rita had written a letter.  1. Passive: A letter had been written by Rita
  • 17. Examples of Passive  Tense Subject Verb Object Present • • • • • Examples of Passive  TenseSubjectVerbObjectPresent   Rewriting an active sentence with two objects in passive voice means that one of the two objects becomes the subject, the other one remains an object. Which object to transform into a subject depends on what you want to put the focus on.  SubjectVerbObject 1Object 2Active:Ritawrotea letterto me.Passive:A letterwas writtento meby Rita.Passive:Iwas writtena letterby Rita.. As you can see in the examples, adding by Rita does not sound very elegant. That’s why it is usually dropped.
  • 18. VISIT IN NEXT CLASS THANK Q WE ARE INTER INTO DAY TWO CLASS
  • 19. TUTENKHAMEN WAS PHARAOH OF EGPYT
  • 20. TUTENKHAMEN WAS RULER OF EGYPT FROM 1361TO 1352 B.C. By Nigel Reynolds, Arts Correspondent Last Updated: 2:55a m BST 22/10/2007
  • 21. The results of a CT scan done on King Tutankhamen's mummy indicate the boy .. HE WAS DIED AT THE AGE OF 19
  • 22. Parer-1 :part-B : Q.NO.21 (5X1/2=2 1/2) 1. He died ----- the early age of 19. at of on at
  • 23. Parer-1 :part-B : Q.NO.21 (5X1/2=2 1/2) 1. He died ----- natural causes in 1939. at of on of
  • 24. TUTENKHAMEN WAS BURIED IN A FOUR ROOMED TOMB IN THE VALLEY OF KINGS • The tomb proved to have four rooms. The layout of Tut's tomb, KV62 400 × 336 - 26k - jpgserene-musings.blogspo...
  • 25. THE TOMB WAS ON THE WEST BANK OF THE RIVER NILE NEAR LUXOR IN EGYPT • Along the Nile near Luxor . Fortunately, one of the tour guides told us what ...550 × 412 - 59k - jpg blog .trave lpod. com
  • 26. MAGNIFICENT TREASURES WERE FOUND IN HIS TOMB • Opening of the safe found to contain a trove of priceless Bactrian ... 461 × 309 - 25k - jpg venetianred.net
  • 27. ALL THE OTHER ROYAL TOMBS IN THE VALLEY HAD BEEN ROBBED IN ANCIENT TIMES. • 01_The Royal Tombs.jpg 566 × 390 - 74k - jpg pbase.com Chapel of Christian IV with royal tombs. Photo by mike nl. Danishroyal tomb 350 × 262 - 120k - jpg sacred-destinations.com
  • 28. NO BODY KNEW ABOUT TUTENKHAMEN ‘S TOMB FOR HUNDREDS OF YEARS. • King Tutankhamen's Tomb 449 × 300 - 45k - jpg crystalinks.com
  • 29. THERE WAS MUCH EXCITEMENT WHEN TUTENKHAMEN’S TOMB WAS DISCOVERED ….. of Tutenkhamun's tomb discovered and unearthed by Howard Carter in 1922. 500 × 375 - 103k - jpg third agetraveler.blogs...
  • 30. THE DISCOVERY WAS MADE BY TWO ENGLISH MEN. ONE OF THEM WAS HOWARD CARTER AN ARCHAEOLOGIST AND THE OTHER LORD CARNARVON WAS A RICH MAN.
  • 31. Right form of the word Paper-1 :part-B : Q.NO.24 (5X1/2=2 1/2) One who studies archaeology becomes an archaeologist.
  • 32. FROM 1917 TO 1922 CARTER & CARNARVON HAD BEEN EXCAVATING IN THE VALLEY Lord Carnarvon was Carter's financial backer in his excavation
  • 33. ON 4 NOV.1922, SOMETHING REMARKABLE HAPPENED, A BREATHTAKING COLLECTION OF TREASURE WERE FOUND IN THE TOMB. ablogabouthistory.com today we have been found to have belonged to Tutankhamen's treasures,
  • 34. ON 4 NOV.1922,SOMETHING REMARKABLE HAPPENED BREATHTAKING COLLECTION OF TREASURES WERE FOUND IN THE TOMB. Tutankhamen's treasures have returned to the city after 35 years
  • 35. THE TREASURES WERE BURIED WITH TUTENKHAMEN 3274 YEARS PREVIOUSLY. ‘ Tutankhamun, his Tomb and his Treasures' exhibition
  • 36. SOME LOCAL EGYPTIANS SAID THAT THERE WAS A CURSE ON THE PERSONS WHO TOUCHED THE TOMB .
  • 37. THEY BELIEVED SOMETHING TERRIBLE WOULD HAPPEN TO EVERYONE WHO OPENED THE TOMB.
  • 38. MOST EGYPTIANS QUITE SIMPLY LAUGHED AT THE IDEA OF CUSRE COMING UP.
  • 39. HERE IS THE STORY OF LOCAL EGYPTIANS., • THAT EGYPTAINS SAID IS TRUE
  • 40. A TRUE STORY ON TUTENKHAMEN TOMB And it was true. The Tutankhamun – His Tomb and His Treasures exhibition in ... 460 × 276 - 44k - jpg
  • 41. WHEN THE LAST MAN CLIMBED OUT OF THE TOMB, THE EXCAVATION PARTY SAW A HAWK A SUDDEN SANDSTORM BLEW UP WITH HAWK IN ADITION TO TERRIBLE ROYAL EGYPT ICON FLY OVER………….
  • 42. Paper-1 :par t-B : Q .NO.16 Mar k (1X1= 1)phr asal verb a) T he childr en blew up balloons. b) T he soldier s blew up the bridges . Q. W ho caused an explosion ? Q. The children or the soldiers? a. Soldiers or ( b)
  • 43. Local Egyptians took this to mean that the spirit of the dead king had left his tomb .
  • 44. cursing those who had opened it
  • 45. FIVE MONTHS LATER LORD CARNARVON WHO PAID MONEY FOR EXCAVATIONS DIED OF A MOSQUITO BITE. DIED BY MOSQUITO BITE MOSQUITO
  • 46. AT THE EXACT MOVEMENT ALL THE LIGHTS IN CAIRO WENT OUT
  • 47. Paper-1 :par t-B : Q.NO.16 Mar k (1X1= 1)phr asal verb A) RAMU WENT OUT LAST NIGHT.( Leave a place) B) THE WORKERS WENT OUT FOR MORE MONEY (Go on strike) Q. WHO LEFT THE PLACE • RAMU OR THE WORKERS • A. RAMU OR (A)
  • 48. AND ALSO CARNARVON’S DOG DIED AT HIS HOUSE IN ENGLAND
  • 49. MANY PEOPLE VISITED THE TOMB, THEY DIED IN STRANGE CIRCUMSTANCES
  • 50. CARNARVON’S BROTHER VISITED THE TOMB AND DIED OF A BURST APPENDIX became very ill and almost died, due to a burst of appendix
  • 51. AN EGYPTAIN PRINCE WHOSE FAMILY DESCENDED FROM PHARAOHS VISITED THE TOMB. THE PHARAOH WAS MURDERED IN LONDAN.
  • 52. THE EGYPTAIN PRINCE’S BROTHER ENTERED THE TOMB LATER HE COMMITTED SUICIDE. • LATER
  • 53. AN AMERICAN RAILWAY MIILLIONAIRE VISITED THE TOMB . HE CAUGHT A COLD AT THE TOMB AND DIED OF PNEUMONIA .
  • 54. HOWARD CARTER’S ASSISTANT WHO MADE A LIST OF ITEMS IN THE TOMB COMMITED SUICIDE
  • 55. A FEW MONTHS LATER THE ASSISTANT’S FATHER JUMPED FROM THE BALCONY AND DIED BECAUSE THERE WAS AN ALABASTER VASE FROM THE TOMB IN HIS HOUSE
  • 56. IN 1966 THE GOVT. OF EGYPT AGREED TO LEND THE TREASURES TO FRANCE FOR AN EXHIBITION . HE HAD DREAMED THAT HE WOULD DIE IF HE ALLOWED THE TREASURES TO GO OUT OF EGYPT. THE DIRECTOR OF ANTIQUITIES WAS KNOCKED DOWN BY A CAR ACCIDENT AND DIED.
  • 57. HOWARD CARTOR , THE FIRST MAN INTO THE TOMB DIED OF NATURAL CAUSES IN 1939. natural causes in 1939.Howard Carter150 × 199 - 7k - jpgtintinblog.com
  • 58. HOWARD CARTOR , THE FIRST MAN INTO THE TOMB DIED OF NATURAL CAUSES IN 1939. DIED of natural causes IN 1939.
  • 59. THESE WORDS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THE CURSE OF TUTENKHAMEN write right form of words 1. died 2. young 3. treasures 4. excitement 5. discovered 6. professional 7. archaeologist 8. excavations 9. remarkable 10. collection 11. infected
  • 60. THESE WORDS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THE CRUSE OF TUTENKHAMEN write right form of words 13. mummified 14. committed 14. exhibition 15. authorities 16. natural spell test 15. pneumonia 16. alabaster
  • 61. Paper 13 E part B Q.NO. 24 RIGHT FORM OF THE WORDS MARK 1/2 His death is a mystery. The police are trying seriously to solve the mysterious death.
  • 62. Paper 13 E part B Q.NO. 24 RIGHT FORM OF THE WORDS MARK 1/2 Two Englishmen discovered the tomb. Their discovery brought the magnificent treasures out.
  • 63. Paper 13 E part B Q.NO. 24 RIGHT FORM OF THE WORDS MARK 1/2 • There are many to advise but only a few can give good advice.
  • 64. Paper 13 E part B Q.NO. 24 RIGHT FORM OF THE WORDS MARK 1/2 The child is curious to know everything, it is difficult to satisfy his curiosity.
  • 65. Paper 13 E part B Q.NO. 24 RIGHT FORM OF THE WORDS MARK 1/2 He looks very thin, but he is very strong. We don’t know where his strength comes from.
  • 66. Paper 13 E part B Q.NO. 24 RIGHT FORM OF THE WORDS MARK 1/2 Raju and Ramu are partners they proved their good partnership.
  • 67. Paper 13 E part B Q.NO. 24 RIGHT FORM OF THE WORDS MARK 1/2 Singing is her profession. She is a good professional singer.

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