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Story Completion

Introduction

Story writing is a creative writing exercise.  Students are given few lines of the beginning of the story and are required to complete the rest of the story using their own imagination.

Points to remember:

1. A story does not follow any format and is written in paragraphs.

2. It is usually written in passive voice.

3. The ideas should be systematically presented.

4. Although, marks are not deducted for exceeding the word limit, a story should be written within 120-150 words.

5. Marks may be deducted for grammatical errors and mistakes in the spellings and punctuation marks.

6. Marks are awarded on the content, expression and creativity of the write-up. Therefore, special care should be taken to maintain the coherence, accuracy and fluency of the content.

Story writing is a creative writing exercise.  Students are given few lines of the beginning of the story and are required to complete the rest of the story using their own imagination.

Points to remember:

1. A story does not follow any format and is written in paragraphs.

2. It is usually written in passive voice.

3. The ideas should be systematically presented.

4. Although, marks are not deducted for exceeding the word limit, a story should be written within 120-150 words.

5. Marks may be deducted for grammatical errors and mistakes in the spellings and punctuation marks.

6. Marks are awarded on the content, expression and creativity of the write-up. Therefore, special care should be taken to maintain the coherence, accuracy and fluency of the content.

Q. Rohan has to write a story on the Indian farmers for his school magazine. Complete the given story on his behalf.

There was a poor farmer in a village. One year, heavy rainfall ruined his crops. He felt distressed as he could not sell his crops to the traders and earn his livelihood. He requested a money lender to lend him some money………

Answer:

There was a poor farmer in a village. One year, heavy rainfall ruined his crops. He felt distressed as he could not sell his crops to the traders and earn his livelihood. He requested a money lender to lend him some money. The money lender said that he would offer him a loan only if the farmer’s land was kept as a mortgage. The farmer had to unwillingly surrender to this condition. Gradually, with his hard work and planned plantation of the crop, he was able to grow a good crop for the next season. The farmer thanked God and the money lender for helping him. The lender was impressed by his hard work and soon returned his land. He also gave the farmer his own piece of land to cultivate. Soon, the income of the farmer enhanced and he li…

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