12th Class English Solved Paper - English - 2012 Outside Delhi Set-I

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    Answer the following in 125-150 words:
    How was 'injured' McLeery able to befool the prison officers?
    What impression do you form about Dr. Sadao as a man and as a surgeon on your reading the chapter 'The Enemy'?


    Injured McLeery was in fact Evans himself. He ditched the prison officers and was able to escape. He told the officers in broken phrases that he knew where Evans could be found. He told them not to worry about the ambulance but arrange for the police. He asked Jackson to call for the Governor and drew his attention towards the German question paper which was lying on the table. On reading the question paper and translating it slowly, he got to know that Evans had fled from Elsfield Way drive to the Headington round about. Meanwhile, the police had arrived and McLeery asked him to go to Elsfield Way. The Governor told Carter to take injured McLeery with him to a hospital but he be fooled them and succeeded in escaping.
    Dr. Sadao was a Japanese surgeon and a scientist. He loved Japanese culture and that?s why he married a Japanese girl Hana in the Japanese traditional way whom he met while studying in America. He married her only after getting the consent of his father which showed that he respected his father. He was intelligent and dedicated towards his work. He studied surgery in America for eight years and then returned back to his country to serve his own countrymen. He had two children. The old General Takima had full faith in him and was under his treatment. Dr. Sadao was not sent abroad with the Japanese troop. Dr. Sadao was a true surgeon in the sense that he remembered his oath and did not let an enemy die although his own life and his family?s life were in danger. He also helped him in escaping from the place in the interest of his professional ethics and on humanitarian ground.

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