KBOSE 9th Class English Composition Diary Writing

KBOSE 9th Class English Composition Diary Writing

JKBOSE 9th Class English Composition Diary Writing

Jammu & Kashmir State Board JKBOSE 9th Class English Composition

Jammu & Kashmir State Board Class 9 English Composition

J&K State Board class 9 English Composition

A diary is a record of one’s daily experiences and thoughts. It is a book in which one can write down the experiences one has each day. It is a private and personal record of one’s innermost feelings.
It is a very good habit to keep a diary. It can serve as a record of the important and memorable moments of one’s life. Through this record, one can revive those moments whenever one likes.
A diary, being very private and personal, is informal in its tone and style. It can be written in any form one likes. The only important thing is to put in the day and date when a particular entry has been made in the diary. Every entry is usually made on a new page.
While looking through your old books, you come across an old photograph of one of your great-granduncles. Make a diary entry of the thoughts and memories this photograph brings to your mind.
Day : Tuesday                                                                                                                       Time: 8.00 p.m.

Date : 16 October 20__

My Great-granduncle’s Photograph

Today, while looking through some old books, I came across an old photograph of one of my great-granduncles, an uncle of my grandfather. He had a great liking for my grandfather and often visited us to meet him. Whenever he came, he would bring candies for me. I was then around four years old and would start looking into his bag as soon as he came. The memory of his broad smiling face at once came to my mind when I looked at his photograph. May his soul rest in peace !
Suppose you had a quarrel with your sister this morning. Later you felt repentant over all that happened in a fit of anger. Make an entry of your feelings in your diary. 
Day : Monday

Date : 18 September 20__                                                                                                     Time: 7.30 p.m.

A Quarrel with My Sister

This morning, I had a quarrel with my younger sister. She wanted to watch a cartoon film on the TV while I wanted to see my favourite serial ‘CID’. When she tried to snatch the remote from me, I pushed her back and she fell down. She began to cry and left the room. I continued watching my favourite serial and forgot all about her. But now I feel repentant over all that. It was really bad on my part to have done all that. She is younger to me and I should have let her have her way.
John writes a page of his diary, recording his first experience of a public examination. Given below are his experiences. Using these notes, write out a page of his diary.
Notes : Nervous feeling ………. praying to God ………….. candidates rushing towards examination hall ………. finding the correct seats ……….. receiving the question paper ………. instructions from the superintendet ……. reading of the paper ……… beginning to write …….. finishing in time.
Day : Tuesday

Date : 17 April 20__                                                                                                               Time : 9.00 p.m.

My First Experience of a Public Examination 

Today, I had my first experience of appearing in a public examination. It was an examination for the posts of Probationary Officers in various Nationalised Banks. Before entering the examination hall, I began to feel VI nerv ş. I prayed to God so that I could regain my confidence. As soon as the gates were opened, candidates rushed in and looked for their seats. It didn’t take me long to find my seat. After we had taken seats, the Superintendent read out some instructions to us. Then we were handed over the Question Papers along with the Answer Sheets. After going through the paper, I started writing down the answers. I finished all the answers well in time. Now I can do nothing but wait for the result.
You are Manav Jain. One day, your mother asked you to go to the vegetable market to buy vegetables. Write out a page of your diary.
Day : Thursday

Date : 08 January 20__                                                                                                           Time: 8.30 p.m.

Buying Vegetables from the Market
This morning, my mother asked me to bring some vegetables from the market. I took my bicycle and went to the vegetable market. There are a large number of shops in this market. All the shops were crowded with men and women. The shopkeepers were crying in their hoarse voices to attract customers. Some ladies were haggling with the vegetable sellers. It is a narrow market and so there was a good deal of jostling. I went from shop to shop and compared the rates. I bought potatoes, peas and okras. I loaded these things on my bicycle and came back home. My mother praised me for having made a good purchase.
Manav Jain
Vipul writes a page of his diary, recording his experience of a sleepless summer night. Given below are some notes about it. Using these notes, write out a page of his diary.
Notes :  Terribly hot ……….. night ……….. no electricity ……. very  tired ……….. wanted to sleep impossible ……… sultry weather …….. lay on bed ………… mant times ……… big mosquitos ………. bit my face ………. hands …….. could hardly have wink of sleep …….. electricity came …….. sigh of relif.
Day : Friday

Date : 15 June 20___                                                                                                              Time: 9.30 p.m.

A Sleepless Summer Night
Last night, it was terribly hot. To make it worse, there was no electricity. After the day’s hard work, I was feeling very tired. I wanted to lie down and sleep. But sleep was simply impossible in such a sultry weather. I tried to fan myself with a piece of cardboard. But it gave me no relief. And then there were those big mosquitoes. They bit me all over my face, hands and feet. I would jump out of my bed and move restlessly. It continued all through the night. I could hardly have a wink of sleep the whole night. By about six in the morning, the electricity came and with it came a sigh of relief.
One day, Lalit went for a picnic to the river with his friends. There he saw a boy drowning. He jumped into the river and saved him. Given below are his experiences. Write out a page of his diary using the following notes :
Notes : Picnicking ………… friends …………. riverbank ………… Kamal ………….. swim………… how to swim ……… struggling ………. water ……….. paniful sight ………… jumped ………. swallowed ……….. water ………. unconscious ………. doctor ……….. inform ……… parents ……… pressed out …….. belly …….. reached ………. thanked …….. again and again.
Day : Wednesday

Date : 25 May 20__                                                                                                                Time: 9.15 p.m.

How a Drowning Boy Was Saved
This morning, I was picnicking with some of my friends on the riverbank. A boy named Kamal fell into the river. He didn’t know how to swim. I saw him struggling with water. I at once jumped into the river. I swam to him and brought him out. He had swallowed a lot of water. He was unconscious. We at once called a doctor. Someone ran to inform Kamal’s parents. The doctor pressed out the water from Kamal’s belly. Kamal opened his eyes. After some time, Kamal’s parents reached the place. They thanked me and the doctor again and again.
Suppose you are Amit Chawla. Last Sunday, you went to Panipat by bus. It was a Haryana State Transport bus and it was very crowded. Make an entry of your experience of the journey in a crowded state bus in your diary. You can use the notes given below.
Notes : Ambala to Panipat ……….. by bus ………. full to capacity ………… passengers in the aisle ……….. conductor packed more and more ……….. perspiring ………. a little turn ………… fell on one another ………….
thanked God ………….  reached Panipat.
Day : Monday

Date : 15 May 20__                                                                                                                Time: 8.15 p.m.

Travelling in a Crowded Bus
Last Sunday, I travelled from Ambala to Panipat by a Haryana State Transport bus. The bus was full to its capacity and some of the passengers were standing in the aisle also. I had to join those standing in the aisle. But at every stop after Ambala, the conductor kept packing more and more passengers into the bus. It became so crowded that it was difficult to breathe even. It was very hot and everyone was perspiring. Whenever the bus took a little turn, people fell on one another. However, nobody could be blamed. I thanked God when the bus reached Panipat.
Amit Chawla
Suppose you are Varun Mehta. Your elder brother’s marriage has taken place recently. Given below are your experiences. Using these notes, make an entry of your experiences in your diary.
Notes : Elder brother’s marriage……….. bride’s side …………. received …………. taken to a hotel ………… at night bride’s house ………… warm welcome ……….. ceremonies …………… husband and wife ……………. blessed the newly-weds.
Day : Friday

Date : 18 April 20_ _                                                                                                               Time: 8.45 p.m.

Happy Moments of Elder Brother’s Marriage
My elder brother’s marriage took place last week on 14 April. The marriage party went to Noida. We went by bus. Some men from the bride’s side received us at the bus stand. We were taken to a hotel where we rested for some time. At night, we went to the bride’s house. The marriage party was given a warm welcome. After the milni ceremony, we were served with dinner. After dinner, the bridegroom was taken into the house. The marriage rites were performed there. The bridegroom and the bride were now husband and wife. The elders blessed the newly-weds. The marriage party came back the next morning. It was a memorable occasion for me.
Varun Mehta
Last Monday, you went for shopping. You bought some cloth. But you found your purse missing when you were about to foot the bill. You looked for it here and there and finally found it. Make an entry of this experience in your diary.
Day : Tuesday

Date : 20 May 20__                                                                                                                Time: 7.45 p.m.

How My Purse Was Lost and Found
Yesterday, I went to the bazaar. I wanted a piece of cloth for my shirt. I went to the biggest shop in our town. The salesman showed me many rolls of the cloth. I chose cream-coloured cloth and asked him to give me two metres of it. He tore off the piece and sent me to the manager. To my surprise, I found my purse missing. The manager was a very nice person. He asked me to take the piece and pay later. Just then, the salesman came there with a purse in his hand. He had found it under the chair where I was sitting. It was my purse ! I took it from the salesman and thanked him. I made the payment to the manager and came back home.
Mohit writes a page of his diary, recording his experience of spending a winter night in the open. Write out a page of his diary. 
Day : Saturday

Date : 30 December 20_ _                                                                                                     Time: 6.45 p.m.

Spending a Winter Night in the Open
Last Sunday on 25th December, I thought of celebrating Christmas with my uncle and aunt. I went to Delhi where my uncle lives. It was quite late when I reached there. To my dismay, I found the house locked. The neighbours said that my uncle and aunt had gone to attend some marriage. I didn’t know where to go. So I started walking the streets. It was getting colder and colder. Luckily, I found shelter in a tea shop. It was now four in the morning. I again started walking the streets. Suddenly, a car came up and stopped by my side. The door opened and a man came out. He was my uncle ! I greeted him with tears in my eyes.
Last Monday, Ramesh Joshi had to go to his village. The bus going to the village was very crowded. Ramesh had to travel on the roof of the bus. Given below are his experiences. Using these notes, write out a page of his diary.
Notes : Went to the village — travelled by bus — all crowded — climbed on to the roof —bus started —strong currents of air — particles of dust — much pain — had to bend down — overhanging branches —terrible jerks — heaved sigh of relief — reached the village.
Day : Friday

Date : 25 March 20_ _                                                                                                            Time: 6.00 p.m.

Last Monday, I had to go to my village, Badhowal. I travelled by a bus. Inside the bus it was all crowded. The bus was full to its capacity and some of the passengers were standing in the aisle also. Many passengers climbed on to the roof of the bus. I, too, was one of them. The bus started slowly. Soon it caught speed. Strong currents of air began to beat against our faces. It became hard to keep our eyes open. Particles of dust blew into them and it gave much pain. Every now and then, we had to bend down to save ourselves from the overhanging branches of trees. We got terrible jerks whenever the bus moved a little to the right or left. I heaved a sigh of relief when the bus reached the stop of our village.
One night, a thief tried to break into Jatin’s house. But Jatin caught him very bravely. Jatin writes a page of his diary recording his experience of catching the thief. Given below are his experiences. Using these notes, write out a page of his diary.
Notes : Last night—reading—family—sleeping—window—a thief—entering—hid—some time—movements—quietly—a box—started running—dropped off—ran after— overpowered—hearing—noise—got up—police station—praised—bravery.
Day : Monday

Date : 16 August 20_ _                                                                                                           Time: 6.30 p.m.

Last night, I was reading in my room. Other members of the family were sleeping. By chance, I looked out of the window of my room. I saw a thief entering the house. At once I became alert. I did not raise any alarm. I watched his movements. Then I came out of the house quietly. I hid myself behind the house. After some time, the thief came out. He had a box in his hand. On seeing me, he started running. The box dropped off his hand. I ran after the thief and overpowered him. On hearing the noise, many people in the street got up. They took the thief to the police station. All praised me for my bravery.
You feel that today’s tech-savvy environment is a necessary evil. You cannot do without it, even think of doing without it. It has created unending problems for today’s generation. Write a diary entry in 100-120 words, expressing your views about it.
Day : Friday

Date : 18 November 20_ _                                                                                                     Time: 9.00 p.m.

Thoughts of the Day

The last few decades have seen an immense rise in all sorts of technological inventions, including cell phones, computers, laptops, mobiles, tablets, and what not. It goes without saying that technology has made our lives easier in several ways. But technology has its dark side also. It has made our lives very sedentary and subjected us to several health problems like obesity. The WHO has categorised cell phone as a cancer-causing agent. The electromagnetic exposure from cell phones is correlated with such problems as headaches and brain tumours. Our continuous exposure to low-level lights from computers and laptops, and obsession with computer games and the latest softwares has become a clear indication of psychological disorder. Modern technology has had a very adverse effect on our social and interpersonal communication also. The good times of personal relationships and intimacy seem to have gone now. Even relations have become technical.
Narinder Mohan 
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