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English Sample Paper Class 11
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English Class 11 Sample Paper
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Section – A
1. Read the article on Hiroshima and answer the following questions given below.
(1) The morning of 6 August 1945 in Hiroshima, Japan did not begin in any exceptional way; the people had no idea that they were about to be part of one of the most significant mornings in all of history. At 8:15 am, the United States of America (USA) Forces dropped the first atomic bomb, ironically called, when one considers the enormity of the bomb’s significance, the ‘Little Boy’. Three days later, the USA dropped a second bomb, nicknamed the ‘Fat man” on Nagasaki. Historically, the use of the atomic bomb is seen as a decision that the United States made during WWII in order to end the war with Japan. Regardless of the motivation for using the bombs, they left a heavy death toll. The bombing of Hiroshima not only changed the physical and emotional health and culture of the Japanese people, but also changed the world.
(2) In1945, most people in the United States thought that it was absolutely necessary to bomb Japan. They thought that the bombings would put an end to the war and save countless lives. On the other hand, some felt that Japan’s situation in 1945 was already “catastrophically hopeless,” and prior to the bombing, Japanese leaders were preparing to surrender in the summer of 1945.It has even been suggested that the United States had decoded Japan’s messages, and were aware of the impending surrender, thus making the horrors unleashed on Hiroshima completely unnecessary. Lastly, and most disturbingly, the bomb may have been dropped because of President Truman’s desire to intimidate the USSR. It is unlikely that we will know the complete truth of why the bomb was dropped, but what is distressingly clear, are the effects of the bomb.
(3) The bombings crippled the nation of Japan for many years. After the bombings, any humans that survived the initial blast were suffering from radiation exposure. Forty-five per cent of the people who survived the exposure were alive, sixty years later and become Part of the largest study conducted for the long-term effects of radiation poisoning. The study resulted in many upsetting findings. One of the most significant is that exposure to radiation increases the long-term risks of cancer, and that the risk lasts a lifetime. Unborn children exposed to radiation are at a risk of developing leukemia. Many of the women that were pregnant at the time of the bombing gave birth to children with congenital malformations that were attributed to the radiation. There was no cure for the unbelievable pain that the victims endured.
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