Class Matric Part 2 NotesEnglish class 10th

10th Class English Chapter 6 Television vs. Newspapers

10th Class English Chapter 6 Television vs. Newspapers Shorts and Simple Question & Answer

Q.1: How is a newspaper more convenient medium of news?
You can read a newspaper at any time and at any place. You can carry it with you. You
can select or reject any news. Thus it is convenient.

Q.2: How does a viewer get restricted while watching TV news?
On TV, you cannot choose or reject any part of news. And you can watch a TV
program at certain time and place only. Thus the viewers get restricted.

Q.3: In what way viewing news on TV is easier than reading newspaper?
Watching TV requires little effort and a little skill of language. Thus viewing news on
TV is easier than reading newspaper.

Q.4: How do newspapers give us more in-depth coverage?
Newspapers give news in detail. They publish editorials and articles. Thus they give an
in-depth coverage.

Q.5: Why do some people read more than one newspapers?
Some people read many newspapers to study news from all angles. This helps them to
determine the validity of news.

Q.6: How can readers give feedback to the newspaper articles?
The readers can give feedback to the newspaper articles by getting their writings
published in the public forum.

Q.7: Which medium do you prefer for news? Why?
I prefer newspapers because they are convenient. They can be read at any time and at
any place.

Additional Short Questions:
Q.1: What is one good thing about newspapers?
You can read the news of your own choice at any time of the day. This is good thing
about newspaper.

Q.2: How does television make us lazy?
We can view the news at TV without any effort. Thus it makes us lazy.

Q.3: Have you ever given your views on any article?
Yes, once I gave my views on „Co-education‟ in response to a feature published in „The

Q.4: Which simile has the author used and why?
The writer says that TV news is just like fast food and the news published in
newspapers is just like a dinner with many dishes. The writer has used this simile to tell us that
news published in a newspaper give us full details.

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