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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Chapter 6 –सर्वनाम

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Chapter 5 –संज्ञा मे विकार या परिवर्तन

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Chapter 4 –संज्ञा

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Chapter 3 –शब्द विचार

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Chapter 2 –वर्ण –विचार

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Chapter 1 -भाषा और व्याकरण

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Chapter 2 –जंगल और जनकपुर

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Chapter 5 –चित्रकूट में भरत

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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Chapter 5 – चित्रकूट में भरत 

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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Chapter 4 –राम का वन -गमन

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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Chapter 4 – राम का वन -गमन 

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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Chapter 3 -दाे वरदान

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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Chapter 3 -दाे वरदान

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NCERT Solutions For Class 9 English Moments The Lost Child

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NCERT Solutions For Class 9 English Moments The Lost Child

NCERT Solutions For Class 9 English Moments The Lost Child

Short Answer Questions (2 marks each)
(About 30-40 words each)

Q.1. How did the child react when there was no sign of his parents ?(Board Term, Sept., 1,2013, K2G41GH)
Ans. The child was very innocent. He gets confused and panic-stricken on not seeing his parents. He felt lonely without his parents amidst so much of crowd. The man who tries to console the child also does not achieve any success as the boy only needs his parents and no monetary benefit.

Q.2. Where did the child go with his parents ? What did he want there ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-013)
Ans. The child went to a fair with his parents. He wanted garlands, balloons and sweets over there. He also wanted to see the snake and take a ride on the swing.

Q.3. Why did the lost child refuse to take his favourite things in the fair after loosing his parents ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-015)
Ans. The child refused to take his favourite things in the fair after he lost his parents as he missed them and wanted to meet them only. Now, he had lost interest in all his favourite things.

Q.4. How did the mother distract the child’s mind from the toy seller ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-017)
Ans. The mother distracted the child’s mind from the toy seller by pointing towards a flowering mustard field. He saw colourful dragon flies and staffed running after them.

Q.5. How was the child separated from his parents ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-018)
Ans. The boy was attracted to toys, balloons and sweets in the fair. He got fascinated with the flute music being played by the snake charmer. While watching the roundabout swing he got separated from his parents.

Q. 6. What happened when the lost child reached the temple door ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-019)
Ans. When the child reached the temple door men jostled each other. The poor child struggled to thrust his way out but was knocked. He might have been trampled if he had not shouted at his highest pitch.

Q.7. Who rescued the lost child ? What did he offer to buy him ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-020)
Ans. The man in the shrine rescued the lost child. He lifted him up in his arms and tried to soothe him. He took him to the nearest roundabout swing and offered to buy him flowers, balloons and sheets.

Q. 8. Parents were in a hurry to reach the fair but the child was delaying them. How ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-029)
Ans. The boy got distracted by toys which he wanted to buy, butterflies and dragon flies which he wanted to catch and ffc?wers that he wanted to gather. And, out of pine innocence he delayed his parents to reach the’fair.

Q.9. What was tlje first reaction of the child when he realized that he had lost his parents?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-035)
Ans. The child panicked when he realized (hat he had lost his parents. He was puzzled, angry and desperate. He cried and shouted for his parents. He ran here and there to look for his parents.

Q. 10. Why didn’t the boy wait for an answer after he had pleaded for sweets ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-042)
Ans. The boy didn’t wait for an answer after life had pleaded for sweets because he knew that his parents would say that he was greed^ and would refuse to buy the sweets.

Q. 11. What happened when the “lost child” entered the grove ? How did he enjoy there ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-046)
Ans. When the “lost child” entered the groye, a shower of young flowers fell upon him. He began to gather the raining petals. He heard the cooing of doyes and ran towards his parent^. He had a fun- filled splendid time in the grove.

Long Answer Type Questions (4 marks each)
(About 80-100 words)

Q.1. What changes do you notice in the behaviour of the child, once he is separated from his parents in the story “The Lost Child” ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-021)
Ans. A child along with his parents had been to a fair. He was very excited and happy with the stalls of toys and sweets. He gets separated from his parents and starts crying. He runs hither and thither in search of his parents, but in vain. Since the place was overcrowded he got real scared. He started cryjng as he was all alone. A kind hearted man offers him many things but he refuses. The child who wanted everything from the fair was now not interested in any of these things as he only yearned to be with his parents.

Q. 2. Compare the attitude of the child before and after his separation from his parents.(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-025)
Ans. Before separation the child was very happy and excited at the fair. He was fascinated with all the things that were displayed at the stalls. He wanted to have all the things like his favourite toys, sweets, flowers, etc. He also wanted to go for a ride. But after separation the boy just wanted to be with his parents. He was not interested in any of those things which he kept longing to have from the stalls. In the absence of his parents these things did not give him any satisfaction.

Q.3. How did the man who found the little boy in the fair, try to soothe him ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-031)
Ans. The man who found the little boy in the fair tried every possible way to soothe him. He took him to a roundabout swing then offered a horse ride, tried to make him listen to the snake charmer’s song and offered him a balloon, as he thought that this would distract his mind, but in vain. He offered him flowers and sweets, but the child kept crying. The child could not be distracted by any of the things at the fair as he longed to be with his parents.

Q.4. How do you know that the lost child was a nature – lover ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-047)
Ans. The child was attracted to the nature’s little aspects because of his innocence. When his mother diverted his attention towards the mustard field he saw the flowers which were in the nascent stage and flowering. The flpwers of the field were pale like melting gold. He then saw a group of dragon flies which were bustling about on their gandy purple wings, intercepting the flight of a lone black bee or butterfly in search of sweetness from the flowers. The child wanted to catch those dragon this but they went away fluttering and flapping. He also got attracted to the little insects and worms along the foothj^th that were teeming out from their hiding places to enjoy the Sunshine. A §hower of young flowers fell upon the child as he entered the fair. He forgot about his parents and began to gather the raining petals in his hands. Again when he heard the cooing of doves, he ran towards his parents shouting about them.

Q. 5. What all things did the child get attracted to, once be entered the fair ? Was he able to get all the things he desired ? What happened when he made a bold request to his parents ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-053)
Ans. With a wide mouth, he stared at the sight of burfi. Later he was attracted to a garland of gulmohur and was carried away by the rainbow glory of the coloured balloons. He wanted them all but, on the other hand, he also knew the answers of his parents, so he convinced himself and did not ask them for anything. Finally, he made a bold request for going on the roundabout. As he turned to get their reply, he could not find them behind him.
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NCERT Solutions For Class 9 English Moments The Adventures of Toto

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NCERT Solutions For Class 9 English Moments The Adventures of Toto

NCERT Solutions For Class 9 English Moments The Adventures of Toto

Short Answer Questions (2 marks each)
(About 30-40 words each)

Q.1.Why did the author’s grandfather decide to buy Toto ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-016)
Ans.Grandfather was an animal lover and took pity on Toto as it was kept tied to a feeding trough. Toto looked out of place and grandfather decided to bring it to his private zoo. He was much impressed by Toto.

Q.2.Why could not Toto and Nana become friends? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-019)
Ans.Toto was very naughty and wicked and could not stay still for a long time. Nana was a well behaved and docile animal. When they were together Toto bit on the long ears of Nana and Nana got annoyed with Toto. Thus, Nana and Toto could not become friends.

Q.3.How does Toto become a problem to grandfather while going to Saharanpur?
(Board Term 1,2012; ELI-020)
Ans.While going to Saharanpur, Toto behaved well. When grandfather was producing his ticket, Toto suddenly poked his head out of the bag. He gave the ticket collector a wide grin. The ticket collector insisted that grandfather must buy the ticket for the pet. And proved to be a big problem for grandfather.

Q.4.Where was Toto kept immediately after grandfather got him ? Why ?
(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-020)
Ans.Toto was kept in a closet. He was tied securely to a peg because his presence was to be kept a secret from the writer’s grandmother as she abhorred animals.

Q. 5. Who was Nana ? How did Toto tease Nana ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-023)
Ans. Nana was the family donkey. Toto was kept in the stable with Nana, where Toto U9ed to tease Nana by fastbiting on to her long ears with his sharp little teeth. Even Nana got fed up with Toto.

Q. 6. In what sense was Toto “a pretty monkey”. (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-027)
Ans. Tito’s bright eyes sparkled with mischief beneath deep-set eye brows. His pearly white teeth often displayed a smile that had the innocence of a child yet there was an underlined tinge of naughtiness and mischievousness.

Q. 7. tfow did Toto’slove for taking bathe almost led to his being half – boiled ?
(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-030)
Ans. Toto used to love taking bathe in hot water. Once when a kettle was kept on fire with water to boil for tea, Toto sat in it. When the water began to boil, Toto tried getting up but found outside cold. So he again sat down. He kept on hopping outside and then again inside and after sometime he started enjoying this game.

Q. 8. Why did the grandfather give aw^y Toto, the monkey ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-031)
Ans. Toto was very naughty and he troubled everyone. The other pets were not happy with him and he broke a lot of dishes, tore clothes, curtains and wall papers. He had become very difficult to handle and so grandfather gave Toto away.

Q. 9. Why did the grandfather hide Toto for some time when he brought him home?
(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-035)
Ans. Grandmother was not very fond of animals. When he used to bring a new artftnal or bird, she used to make a lot of fuss. To avoid this, grandfather hid Toto for some time and announced his arrival to her when she wps in a good mood.

Q. 10. Why did grandfather decide to take Toto along with him to Dehra Dun ?
(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-042)
Ans.Grandfather decided to take Toto along with him to Dehra Dim as there were many other pets also / that lived there. But Toto would not allow any of his companions to sleep at night. So, he made this decision.

Q. 11. Give-the names of Grandfather’s pets. Where did they live ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-045)
Ans. The names of the Grandfather’s pets were Nana the donkey and Toto the monkey a tortoise, a pair of rabbits, a tame squirrel and a goat. They lived in a big cage in the servant’s quarters.

Long Answer Type Questions (4 marks each)
(About 80-100 words)

Q.1. Write your views in the form of short paragraph on the topic “Should animals be kept as a pet”. (SA-1,2014-15)
OR
While keeping pets at home, what all things should be kept in mind ?
(Board Tenn, Sept 1,2013 K2G41GH)
Ans. Before bringing a pet in the house, we should remember that these animals can neither speak nor express as humans. As a pet owner we should know that there are a number of dangers that lurk in our households for these little creatures. We should always keep pesticides and medicines at a bay from the animals and children as they are a potential threat to them. The areas where pets might start fire inadverently such as kitchen or fire places or plugs should be covered, we should never have pets unattended around the open flames. Small electrical couds are also harmful for them hence they would be wounded and kept at distance. All the pots and oil bottles should be properly closed.

Q.2. How can you say that Toto was a mischievous pet ? (Board Term 1,2012, EL1-Q13)
Ans. Toto was indeed a very mischievous pet. He tore the wall papers of the rooms, and also tore the school blazer. He troubled other fellow animals. He even managed to get himself into trouble by nearly half boiling himself in a kettle. He made holes in dresses and curtains. Once he even scared the ticket checker. He even broke dishes in the houses. He proved to be a big troublemaker for everyone. Thus, we can say that Toto was a mischievous pet.

Q. 3. Describe the incident at Dehradun railway station after reading the story, The Adventures of Toto’. (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-014)
Ans. Grandfather had to go to Saharanpur. So, he decided to put Toto in a big black canvas bag for the train journey. When they reached the station Toto started jumping on the platform and everyone was surprised to see a bag jumping and moving about. When the ticket collector came then Toto poked his head out of the bag. The ticket collector wanted grandfather to buy a ticket for him and grandfather did not want to. Finally the ticket collector had his way.

Q. 4. “Toto was not good enough to be kept at home.” Do you agree to this state-ment. Why/why not.(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-017)
Ans. Yes, Toto was not good enough to be kept at home. He was upto some kind of mischief all the time. He tore the wall papers of the rooms, and also tore the school blazer. He troubled other fellow animals. He even managed to get himself into trouble by nearly boiling himself in a kettle. He made holes in dresses and curtains. Once he even scared the ticket checker also. He even broke dishes in the houses. Thus, it was not easy to keep him at home. ‘

Q. 5. “Toto was not the sort of pet we could keep for long.” Explain giving examples from the text.(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-027)
Ans. “Toto was not the sort of pet we could keep for long.” because he was very mischievous. He scratched the plaster of the walls, tore the school blazer and qpnt’s dresses. He threw plates at grandmother and glasses of water at one of the aunt’s face. He used to break the dishes of pulav into pieces. And they could not afford the frequent loss of dishes, clothes, curtains and wallpaper.

Q. 6. Grandfather was a great lover of animals. Describe. (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-039)
Ans. Narrator’s grandfather had a great liking for animal. He had tortoise, a pair of rabbits, a tame squirrel, a goat but no monkey. With the coming of Toto his mini ZQQ was transformed into a real zoo. He had a variety of pet animals in that zoo. He frequently bough^tnany varieties of animals to keep them in his zoo. Due to this, he even faced tra anger of his wife at times and when he brought Toto he was very happy with his cleverness.

Q. 7. How does Toto take a bathe ? Where has he learnt to do this ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-041)
Ans. Toto takes bathe in a tub’ of warm water. It puts its legs in the water one by one and applies soap as well. As monkeys are good at aping others, so Toto has learnt proper steps of bathing while watching the narrator doing the same. He wanted to take a bath and in order to do it, he sat in the boiling water of kettle also.

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NCERT Solutions For Class 9 English Moments Iswaran the Storyteller

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NCERT Solutions For Class 9 English Moments Iswaran the Storyteller

NCERT Solutions For Class 9 English Moments Iswaran the Storyteller

Short Answer Questions (2 marks each)
(About 30-40 words each)

Q.1. What impact did Iswaran’s story of a female ghost have on Mahendra ? (SA-1,2014)
Ans. Mahendra avoided looking out of the window when the moon was full. He went to bed with a certain unease and peered into the darkness to make sure that there was no movement of dark shapes outside.

Q. 2. Why did Mahendra become fond of Iswaran ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-013)
Ans. Mahendra became fond of Iswaran because he was a very resourceful person and took very good care of him. He was a trained cook and could also arrange for things at a desolate place. In addition to this he took very good care of Mahendra.

Q. 3. Why did Mahendra decide to leave the haunted place ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-014)
Ans. He was afraid of the haunted place after hearing and watching a ghastly experience at night. He
found that he often dreamt of that woman ghost. Therefore, he wanted to leave the place.

Q. 4. What sets Iswaran apart from other domestic helps ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-016)
Ans. Iswaran was a class in himself. He was highly resourceful and a big help to Mahendra. He was a trained  cook and to top it he narrated captivating and interesting stories to Mahendra at night.

Q. 5. How did Iswaran tackle the elephant ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-017)
Ans. The elephant had caused much terror, children and teachers ran here and there to save their lives.
Iswaran dared it and hit it on the third toe with a rod. Thus, the mad elephant was controlled.

Q. 6. Why was Iswaran called Mahendra’s asset ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-020)
Or
How did Iswaran show his usefulness to the narrator ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-031)
Ans. Iswaran was not only a trained cook but also very attached to his master, Mahendra, as he followed him everywhere he was posted. He not only took care of him by washing his clothes and cooking food but also gossiped with him in the night and told him various modified folk tales.

Q.7. What did Mahendra decide after he had seen the ghost ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-025)
Ans. Mahendra was convinced that there were ghosts around his house. He was scared and did not want to live there any longer and so, he resigned his job.

Q. 8. Who was Iswaran ? What all he did for his master ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-026)
Ans. Iswaran was Mahendra’s cook, he was an asset to him. He cooked for him, washed his clothes and chatted away with his master at night. He often narrated stories which were very convincing.

Q. 9. What impact did Iswaran’s story of a female ghost have on Mahendra ?
(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-027)
Ans. Mahendra avoided looking out of the window when the moon was full. He went to bed with a certain unease and peered into the darkness to make sure that there was no movement of dark shapes outside.

Q. 10. How does Iswaran describe the story of the elephant ? Does it appear to be plausible?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-028)
Ans. One day an elephant went mad, stamping oh bushes, breaking fences, smashing fruit stalls, mud pots and clothes. He even entered a school ground breaking through the brick wall. Iswaran who was in the junior class, whacked its third toe nail with a rod and it collapsed. No, the story does not appear to be plausible.

Q. 11. What destruction did the elephant cause in the town ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-030)
Ans. The elephant caused a lot of destruction in the town. He broke branches, fences and smashed stalls. He entered a school play ground and broke a brick wall, pulled out a football goal post, tore down a volleyball net and flattened a water drum.

Q. 12. Do you think the ghost Mahendra saw bn the night of the full moon was a real ghost?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-034)
Ans. No, I think the ghost Mahendra saw was a creation of a weak mind. Iswaran had made Mahendra’s mind a little weak by telling him the ghost story. When Mahendra rebuked him for believing in ghosts, he felt offended. To prove that he was right he himself posed as a ghost. So, that is why Mahendra thought that he had seen a ghost at that full moon night.

Q.13. Mahendra calls ghosts or spirits a figment of imagination. What happens to him on full moon night ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-036)
Ans. Mahendra never believed in ghosts and spirits but one night he had woken up from his sleep by a low moan near the window. He could not resist his curiosity and tried to look out. To his horror, he saw a dark cloudy form clutching a bundle. Mahendra was in cold sweat from top to bottom and fell back on the pillow panting.

Long Answer Type Questions (4 marks each)
(About 80-100 words)

Q. 1. What are qualities of a good listener ? Express your views in reference to Mahendra who a would listen to Iswaran’s tales uncritically. (Board Term, Sept 1,2013 9KK73AP)
Ans. Listening is an essential part of any story telling. Being a good and a patient listener helps you achieve not only meaning of the story but also the expressions and the intentions of the story teller.Iswaran was an amazing story teller but Mahendra was an equally good listener, Iswaran used to create such a magnificent aura around the story that Mahendra used to listen to him with rapt attention he used to make eye contacts with Iswaran to either depict awe or horror depending upon the story. Mahendra would let his own mind and imaginations see the story in reality. For example, during the narration of tusker story, Mahendra could actually feel the tension and fear in his mind. Mahendra never spoke during the entire story telling session, he would never interfere in Iswaian’s story, he would occassionally nod his head and only towards the end of the story show his compressions. Mahendra would listen to Iswaran as incritically.

Q. 2. How can you say that Iswaran was a fascinating story teller ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-015)
Ans. Iswaran was a very fascinating and a drama story teller. He gave imaginative descriptions of various events. He used dramatic language and gestures to describe events and changed a simple event in suspense. His stories had surprise endings and unexpected narrations. He was influenced by thrilling novels and stories of Tamil authors. All stories had adventure, horror and suspense. All these elements made him a fascinating story teller and he could captivate any audience with his stories.

Q. 3. How was Iswaran, the cook, an asset to Mahendra ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-028)
Ans. Iswaran, the cook, was very attached to Mahindra. He followed Mahendra whenever Mahendra got a posting. He not only washed his clothes but also chatted with him at night. He was a trained cook and could cook delicious meals really fast. He could tidy the sheds as well as narrate unbelieving accounts with utmost conviction and mostly were true accounts.

Q.4. Write a brief character sketch of Iswaran. (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-034)
Ans. Iswaran, Mahendra’s servant, was very devoted to him. He was not only a very welltrained and wonderful cook but also a good story teller. He was fond of reading thrillers and his narrations were influenced from those styles. He had to give up his job due to a practical joke played on Mahendra, his master. Life was not possible for Mahendra without him, as he was his asset, and he started living totally isolated.

Q. 5. “Iswaran was a good cook as well as a good story teller “Elaborate with the help of example.(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-042)
Ans. Iswaran was Mahendra’s <Jook and wholesale caretaker of Mahendra. He had an amazing capacity to produce vegetables and cooked ingredients seemingly out of nowhere. He not only could cook delicious meals but he was a good story teller. His descriptions were influenced by the Tamil authors he read. Even while narrating the smallest of incidents, he would try to make the account thrilling and full of suspense. Mahendra enjoyed listening to the stories told by Iswaran because of the way they were told. Thus, Iswaran was a real asset for Mahendra.

Q. 6. Iswaran was a fascinating storyteller. What other skills he had ? How was he an asset to Mahendra? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-060)
Ans. Iswaran was a fascinating story teller. He read a lot of story books and narrated incidents in a very vivid manner to Mahendra, his master. He could perform all kinds of actions and gestures to make the stories extremely interesting. Other than storytelling, he had excellent culinary skills. He was a trained cook and could cook delicious meals for Mahendra in very less time. He proved to be an asset for Mahendra. On the other hand, Mahendra also loved his stories and the excellent way of telling them.
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NCERT Solutions For Class 9 English Moments In the Kingdom of Fools

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NCERT Solutions For Class 9 English Moments In the Kingdom of Fools

Short Answer Questions (2 marks each)
(About 30-40 words each)

Q.1. IVhy were the people of the kingdom confused when they saw the dead bodies of the king and his minister ? (SA-1,2014)
Ans. The people of the kingdom were confused as to how their king and the minister were dead instead of the Guru and the disciple* The peoplevere not able to see through the plan which was executed by the Guru against their king and minister.

Q.2. When does the disciple remember the words of his Guru? (SA-1, DDE-2014)
Ans. The disciple did not pay any heed to the advice of his Guru, when the Guru asked him to leave the kingdom of fools. When the king decided that the disciple was the suitable person for execution, he remembered the words of the Guru.

Q.3. How was the kingdom of fools different from any other place ? (SA-1,2014-15)
Ans. Everything was different at the kingdom of fools. The night was considered as day and day as night. Not only the human beings even the animals stayed awake at night. Anything and everything could be bought for a Dudu.

Q.4.Why did the Guru want that he and his disciple should die first ?(Board Term Sept 1,2013, K2G41GH)
Ans.The king had ordered the execution of the rich merchant. Since the rich merchant could not be executed the disciple was chosen to fit the stake. The disciple’s Guru had a vision and saw everything. In order to save his disciple, the Guru hatched a plan.

Q.5.On what conditions did the Guru and his distiple agree to rule that kingdom ?
(Board Term Sept 1,2013, GKK73AP)
Ans.He laid the condition that he would be free to change all the old and foolish laws. Hence night was considered as night and day was regarded as a normal working day. Even persuaded prices were changed according to the value of the material.

Q.6.Why did the Guru not want to stay in the Kingdom of fools ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-013)
Ans.The Guru did not wanted to stay in the Kingdom of fools as the people over there were foolish. He was not sure about them and felt that they could harm him.

Q.7.Why does the disciple not want to leave the Kingdom of the fools ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-014)
Ans.The disciple did not wanted to leave the place because of the sale of cheap eatables and other commodities and since everything was easily available and life seemed to be very simple and easy.

Q.8.Why did the king decide to postpone the execution of the Guru and his disciple ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-015)
Ans.The Guru befooled the king. He told him that the people dying now would be the king and minister in their next birth. The foolish king fell for the words of the Guru and postponed their execution.

Q.9.What was so strange about the Kingdom of fools ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-017)
Ans.The strange thing about the Kingdom of fools was that not only humans but animals were also made to sleep during the day. Everything in this kingdom used to come for a dudu.

Q.10.Who is the real culprit according to the king ? Why does he escape from the punishment ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-018)
Ans.The rich merchant was thjB real culprit. He had inherited everything from his criminal father. He was too thin to be properly executed on the newly made stake. The worried king started searching foolishly for a fat man to fit the stake and the merchant escaped the punishment.

Q.11.What advice did the Guru give to the disciple before going out of the city ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-019)
Ans.The Guru told his disciple that it was dangerous to stay in a Kingdom of fools. He said that there was no justice only foolish, unpredictable behaviour. According to him the kingdom would not last long.

Q.12.What is the Guru’s wisdom ? When does the disciple realize this 7 (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-020)
Ans.The Guru’s wisdom was that there was no justice in the Kingdom of fools and due to the unpredictable behaviour of the fools, he wanted to leave the kingdom at once. The disciple remembers these words when the king decided that the disciple was the suitable person for execution was weak.

Q.13.Why did the king want to punish the merchant 7 (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-020)
Ans.The king wanted to punish the merchant because the wall of his house and it fell on the thief killing him. Since the merchant had inherited his father’s wealth he inherited his sins too therefore, he should be punished.

Q.14.Who became the king and the prime minister of the kingdom 7(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-023)
Ans.As the kingdom was without a king, the people of the kingdom persuaded the Guru and the disciple to take over the throne. So, the holy man became the king and his disciple took the charge of Prime Minister.

Q.15.What two things were different in the kingdom of fools 7(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-024)
Ans.Two things that were different in the Kingdom of fools were that the people worked in the night and slept during the day. Everything was sold at the same price. A ‘Dudu’ could buy a mass of rice as well as a bunch of bananas.

Long Answer Type Questions (4 marks each)
(About 80-100 words)

Q. 1. Disciple in the story didn’t look into the depth of the matter and took a hasty decision of not leaving the kingdom of fools. What light does the story throw on the importnce of good decision making one’s life ? (SA-1,2014)
Ans. Disciple in the story didn’t look into the depth of the matter and took a hasty decision of not leaving the kingdom of fools. Disciple was waylaid by the prices of the commodities. Anything could be • bought with a ‘Dudu’. Either it could be a mass of rice or a bunch of bananas. So, the disciple decided to stay back not listening to his Guru who advised his disciple that it was dangerous to stay back in the kingdom of fools as there was no justice, prevalent in such kingdom. It was when the disciple was chosen as the suitable person for execution that he realized his mistake. He regretted his decision of staying back. Just one small decision costed his life.

Q. 2. Do you believe in the fact that our prayers are often heard and answered ? There are miracles which change the course of life. Which miracle took place in the story. ‘In the Kingdom of Fools? What lesson do you learn from the Guru’s word of wisdom ? (SA-1,2014)
Ans. It is often believed that our prayers are often heard and answered which was proved in the story. ‘In the Kingdom of Fools’. The king had ordered to execute the disciple. He prayed to Guru to save him. It was a miracle that his Guru heard his prayer and came to rescue him. He whispered something in his ears and then asked the king to execute him first and then the disciple. The king released them both on knowing that whoever died first would be the king in his next birth. It was his Guru’s advice and presence of mind that saved the disciple. The disciple realized his mistake for Guru’s not listening to the Guru’s words of wisdom.

Q. 3. You are the disciple in the story, “Kingdom of the fools”. You are in trouble as you are about to be hanged. You decide to write a letter to you Guru regretting your decision to stay in the kingdom of fools and requesting him to help you. Write the letter in 80 words.(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-016)
Ans. Respected Guru ji,
I am writing this letter out of sheer desperation. I regret not paying heed to your advice of leaving this Kingdom of fools. I fell a prey to my temptation for cheap and tasty food and now I am in serious trouble. I have been trapped and will shortly be hanged. Everyone here is foolish and there is no point in reasoning with them. You are my only hope who can save me from this situation. I request you to please come here at the earliest and save my life. I promise in future I will always pay heed to your advice and keep myself in control.
Your erring disciple.

Q. 4. How did the Guru and his disciple become the king and the minister of the kingdom?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-022)
Ans. The Guru knew that his king and his minister were fools. In order to save his disciple, Guru hatched a plan. He said that the first one to be executed at the state, would become the king in the next life and the second to be executed would be the king’s minister. The foolish king and his minister got themselves executed. As the kingdom was without king, the guru and his disciple were made the king and the minister.

Q. 5. How did the Guru manage to save his disciple ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-024)
Ans. The king ordered to execute the disciple. He prayed to his Guru to save him. The Guru heard his prayer in his vision and appeared to rescue his disciple. First, he whispered something in his disciple’s ears and then asked the king to execute him first. And the disciple followed suit, which puzzled the king. Knowing the secret, the king fell into the trap of his temptation and wanted to be the king in his rebirth. He went into the prison at night and set the guru and disciple free. In their place, he and his minister disguised themselves as the guru and the disciple and got executed. Thus, the Guru managed to save his disciple.

Q.6. “Guru was a wise man” – how does the story “The Kingdom of fools” reflect it ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-014)
Ans.“The Kingdom of Fools” clearly reflects that “Guru was a wise man” as he advised his disciple not to stay in that kingdom. As the disciple thought that the future is uncertain, he did not pay any heed to his Guru and stayed on. When he was imprisoned by the King’s men, he realized the significance of his Guru’s words and repented on his not following his Guru’s advice. So, it is proved that Guru was really very wise. And it was because of his wisdom that disciple was saved and they were made king and prime-minister of the kingdom.
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NCERT Solutions For Class 9 English Moments The Happy Prince

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NCERT Solutions For Class 9 English Moments The Happy Prince

Short Answer Questions (2 marks each)
(About 30-40 words each)

Q.1.Why did the Swallow cry when the Happy Prince asked him to pluck out one of the sapphires ?(SA-1, DDE-2014)
Ans. The swallow cried when the Prince asked him to pluck out one of the sapphires because the Prince would go blind. The Prince himself suffered too much so as to help the poor and needy people.

Q.2.Where was the swallo going ? Why did he decide not go there ? (SA-1,2014)
Ans. The little swallow was going to Egypt to join his friends. The happy Prince looked so sad that the swallow decided to stay back and be his messenger. The swallow died helping the happy Prince in the service of poor people.

Q.3.What were the drops of the rain actully ? Why did they fall ?
(Board Term 1, Sept., 2013,9KK73AP)
Ans. The drops of rain were actually the Happy Prince’s tears. The Happy prince was sad and moved by the widespread poverty and misery. He had always seen happiness around him. He could not fathom that people were sick and crying because of the misery around them.

Q.4.Describe the statue of the Happy Prince as described in the beginning of the story ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-014)
Ans. At the beginning of the story the statue was fixed on a tall column, full of thin leaves of gold on the
body, and had two sapphires for eyes. It had a large red ruby fixed on the hilt of the sword.

Q. 5. How did the Happy Prince help the poor children in the city ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-015)
Ans. As per the orders of the Happy Prince, the gold leaves and the jewels on his boy were taken out by the swallow and distributed among the poor. Thus, the Happy Prince was able to help the poor children in the city.

Q. 6. In the story “The Happy Prince” what are the two most precious things ? What makes them so precious ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-016)
Ans. The two most precious things were the leaden heart of the Happy Prince and the dead swallow. The former wept for the poor and helped them by giving sapphires, gold leave and ruby. While the latter helped the prince in his noble cause and sacrificed her life while staying with him.

Q. 7. How did the Happy Prince help the seamstress ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-020)
Ans. The Happy Prince asked the swallow to take the ruby out of his sword, where it was hidden and give it to the seamstress, whose son was lying on the bed with fever. The swallow took the ruby and placed it on the table.

Q. 8. How did the prince and the swallow enable the playwright to finish his work ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-022)
Ans. The playwright was very poor. He could not buy food and firewood. It was difficult for him to write a play without food and firewood. The Prince took pity on him and decided to help him by sending the sapphires with the help of the swallow.

Q.9.What were the drops of the rain actually ? Why did they fall ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-025)
Ans. The drops of rain were actually tears of the Happy Prince because he was weeping on seeing the misery and suffering of the people.

Q.10. Why was the “Happy Prince” not really happy ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-026)
Ans. When the ‘Happy Prince’ was alive, he did not know what tears and sorrow were. After his death, he could see the ugliness and misery of the city. Therefore, he weeps and is not really happy.

Q.11.Why did the swallow not leave the prince and go to Egypt ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-028)
Ans. The Happy Prince looked so sad that the little swallow felt sorry for him. He agreed to stay with him for one night and be his messenger. He picked out the great ruby from the prince’s sword and flew away to deliver it to the poor woman.

Q.12.What is the moral of the story The Happy Prince ? (Board Term 1,2012, ELI-040)
Ans. The moral of the story is that we must help the poor and the needy. The prince set an example of this by giving his jewels to the poor. The swallow also proved to be a great example of love and sacrifice.

Q. 13. What happened when the little swallow was getting ready to sleep ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-043)
Ans. When the little swallow was getting ready to sleep a large drop of water fell on him. It was the Prince crying on seeing the misery and suffering of the people.

Q. 14. What did the Happy Prince ask the swallow to do for helping the young man in the garret ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-044)
Ans. The Happy Prince ordered the swallow to pluck one of his eyes which were made of sapphire and take it to the man living in the garret who was very poor and could not write with an empty stomach.

Long Answer Type Questions (4 marks each)
(About 80-100 words)

Q.1. How did the little swallow carry out the wishes of the Happy Prince ?(Board Term 1,2012, ELI-018)
Ans. The swallow wanted to go to Egypt just like his friends who had already gone there. He had rested • at the base of the statue of the Happy Prince for just a night. He postponed his trip as he had to carry a ruby to the needy playwright and another to the seamstress. When the Happy Prince gave the sapphire from his eye to the match girl he became blind. So the swallow decided to stay there and help the needy just like the prince. The swallow died carrying out the wishes of the Happy Prince in the service of the needy.
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NCERT Solutions for class 3 English Unit-3

(i) LITTLE BY LITTLE

QUESTIONS FROM TEXTBOOK SOLVED

Reading is Fun
1.Name the tree that the acron grows into.
Ans. Oak tree.
2.What things does a seed need to grow?
Ans. A seed needs soil, moisture, air and sunlight to grow.
3.How many describing words can you find in the poem?
Ans. We can find the following describing words in the poem.
•little • mossy • each • deep
•thread-like • tiny • slender • mighty

Talk Time
1.Look at the two pictures. Find four things that are different about these trees and talk about them.
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Ans. Four things that are different about these trees: ,
(I) Tree ‘A’ is happy while tree ‘B’ is sad.
(ii) Tree ‘A’is getting everything that it needs to grow properly while tree ‘B’ is not getting these things.
(iii) Tree ‘A’ is able to give us several useful things as shown in Picture 1 while
tree ‘B’ is not able to give us anything.
(iv)One can breathe fresh air under tree ‘A’ but not under tree ‘B’

Let’s Write
1.Look at Picture 1. Write three sentences on what the trees give us.
Ans. (i) The trees give us fresh air to breathe.
(ii)They give us fruits and vegetables.
(iii)They give us valuable timber.

2.Now look at Picture 2. Write three sentences on how we harm the trees.
Ans. (i) We cut wood from trees for our needs.
(ii)We cause pollution by destroying trees.
(iii)We force birds and animals to go away by cutting trees.

3.These words describe parts of a tree. Write them in the given space.
Ans. stem – It helps the tree to stand upright.
bark – Outer covering (brown coloured) of a tree.
leaves – Green leaves prepare food for the tree.
branch -An arm-like part of a tree that bear leaves.
twigs – Small shoots growing from a branch or stem.
root – Part of a plant or tree that grows into the earth.
shoot – A young branch or new growth of a plant.

4. Match the opposites. One has been done for you.
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Ans. •downward — upward
•slowly — fast
•little — big
•slender — fat
•mighty — weak
•day — night

(ii)THE ENORMOUS TURNIP

QUESTIONS FROM TEXTBOOK SOLVED

Reading is Fun
1.What did the old man plant?
Ans. The old man planted some turnip seeds.

2. Why was it difficult for the old man to pull up the turnip?
Ans. It was difficult for the old man to pull up the turnip because it was very large. ‘

3. Who helped him to pull up the enormous turnip?
Ans. An old woman, a boy and a girl helped him to pull up the enormous turnip.

4. Who ate the enormous turnip?
Ans. All the four, the old man, the old woman, the boy and the girl, ate the enormous turnip.

Talk Time
(i)Name and draw four vegetables that have to be pulled out from the earth. Now name them in your own language.
Ans.
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(ii)Let’s go shopping!
How many vegetables can you find in this maze? Draw a circle around each word. One has been done for you.
Carrot     Peas     Beans     Turnip    Tomato   Potato
Ans.
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(iii) A Game of Opposites
The entire class can be divided into two groups where one group says one word and the second group says the opposite words.
Ans.
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Let’s Write
(i) How do you like to each these vegetables-raw or cooked ? Say why?
Ans.
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(ii) Name four vegetables you ate last week. Write their names here. MW? 
Ans. Peas     Cauliflower
Tomato          Radish

(iii) Complete these columns.
Ans. One       Many
carrot            carrots
turnip           turnrns
onion            onions
potato           potatoes
tomato          tomatoes

Vocabulary
1.One word in each of the following sets is different than the others. Circle the odd one out.
Ans.
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NCERT Solutions for class 3 English Unit-4

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NCERT Solutions for class 3 English Unit-4

(i) SEA SONG

QUESTIONS FROM TEXTBOOK SOLVED

Reading is Fun
1.Where did the child find the sea shell?
Ans. The child found the sea shell lying on the sand.
2. What did the child do with the shell?
Ans. The child picked up the shell and took it home.
3.What did the child hear?
Ans. The child heard a soft and sweet song.

Word Building
(i) Pick the rhyming words from this box and pair them in the spaces below. The first one has been done for you.
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Ans. 1. found 2. look 3. cold 4. hand 5. mummy
sound took bold sand tummy

(ii)Fill in the blanks with the opposite word choosing from the box below. The first one is done for you.
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Ans.found lost took gave
hard soft big small
inside outside came went
pick drop cold hot
true false sweet bitter
curly straight tall short

Let’s Write

The Sea is Big
The sea is big.
It is very, very big.
You cannot see the other side of the sea.
You can cross the sea in a ship
But you must go for many, many days.

Choose the right words.
1.The sea is very, very (big/far).
2.You cannot (hear/see) the other side.
3.You (can/cannot) cross the sea.
4. You can cross it in a (bus/ship).
Ans. 1. big 2. sea 3. can 4. ship

Read the following.
Silence
Birds sing.           Cows moo.
Phones ring.        Cocks crow.
People talk.           Bees buzz.
Dogs bark.             Children hush!
Match the phrases with the picture.
Ans.
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(ii)A LITTLE FISH STORY

QUESTIONS FROM TEXTBOOK SOLVED

Reading is Fun
1.How many fish are there in the sea?
Ans. There are a great many million fish in the sea.

2. Why was the little fish unhappy?
Ans. The little fish was unhappy because he was very small.

3. What happened to the fish one day?
Ans. One day the fish got caught in a big net while swimming in the sea with his friends.

4. Why was the fish thankful to be a little fish?
Ans. The fish was thankful to be a little fish because he was saved only due to his small size.

Talk Time
1. Imagine you are a little fish. Describe what you might see around you.
Ans. There is a vast expanse of water around me. Also a number of fish, small and big, swim around me. There are several boats sailing on the water. Several fishermen are coming towards us with their big nets.

Word Building
1.Look at the pattern and fill in the blanks.
Ans.look             looked            talk             talked
pick                     picked            wish           wished
bark                     barked           pull            pulled
want                     wanted          help             helped

2. Fill in the blanks with the right word from the box.
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Ans.a box of matches          a herd of cows
a sheet of paper                    a pack of wolves

Let’s Write
1.Look at the following sentence.
If I were only larger, how much happier I could he.
Make more sentences like this using the words in the box.
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Ans.1.If I were only taller, how much happier I could be.
2.If I were only smaller, how much happier I could be.
3.If I were only thinner, how much happier I could be.
4.If I were only cleverer, how much happier I could be.
5.If I were only younger, how much happier I could be.
6.If I were only older, how much happier I could be.

Song Time

Singing or Crying?
Mahesh sings a little song.
Venkatesh looks at him.
“Why are you crying, Mahesh?” he asks.
Mahesh says, “I’m not crying.
I’m singing an English song!”

Choose the right words.
1. Mahesh sings a————- (long/little) song.
2. Venkatesh————-(looks/shouts) at him.
3. Venkatesh thinks Mahesh is ————-(crying/laughing).
4. Mahesh is————- (singing/saying) a song.
5. The song is in————-(Telugu/English).
Ans. 1. little 2. looks 3. crying 4. singing 5. English.

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NCERT Solutions for class 3 English Unit-5

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NCERT Solutions for class 3 English Unit-5

(i)THE BALLOON MAN

QUESTIONS FROM TEXTBOOK SOLVED

Reading is Fun
1.Where does the balloon man stand?
Ans. The balloon man stands at the market square.
2. What happens to the balloons when there is a wind?
Ans. When there is a wind the balloon tug a lot.
3. What does the child like to see the balloon man do?
Ans. The child likes to see the balloon man setting all the balloons free in the sky. He wants to see them sailing high in the sky.

Talk Time
1.How high can balloons fly?
Ans. Balloons can fly quite high up in the sky depending upon the gas in them.
2. What do you like about this poem?
Ans. The child is wishing to see all the balloons sailing in the sky. I like this very much.

Word Building
(i) Identify the words from the jumbled letters and write the word in the space provided.
Ans. llaboons      balloons      cunlh   lunch
ulbe                         blue             ploeep   people
wolbe                     below          crat        cart

(ii)Put the words given in the box in the following groups.
Ans.(a)nature wind, skv. grass
(b) food turnip, pineapple, rice ‘
(c) colours green, purple, white, yellow
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(iii)How many colours can you find hidden in the maze? Write their names below.
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Ans. 1. white 2. black 3. violet 4. orange 5. purple
6. yellow 7. pink 8. blue 9. red 10. brown.

(iv)Fill in the blanks in the balloons with their opposites. You can find them in the poem The Balloon Man. One is done for you.
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Ans. • never – always • small – big
•rainy – sunny • low – high
•sit – stand • near – far

(ii)THE YELLOW BUTTERFLY

QUESTIONS FROM TEXTBOOK SOLVED

Reading is Fun
1.Where did Sonu first see the yellow butterfly?
Ans. Sonu first saw the yellow butterfly flying in his garden.

2. Name three places where the butterfly rested.
Ans. Red rose, lotus leaf and peach tree.

3.Why did Sonu chase the butterfly?
Ans. Sonu chased the butterfly to catch it because it looked very beautiful.

4. Why did Sonu let the butterfly go?
Ans. Sonu let the butterfly go because it looked sad in his hand. As Sonu wanted see it happy he made it free.

Talk Time
1.If you were a butterfly, how would you feel, if you were caught?
Ans. I would definitely feel very sad.

2. Why did the butterfly go to the flowers in the garden?
Ans. The butterfly went to the flowers in the garden to take rest and to suck the nectar from them.

Let’s Write
1.Write the sentences in proper order using these words to help you:
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1.Finally, I dress up and go to school.
2.Then I brush my teeth and have a bath.
3.First of all, I get out of bed.
4. After this I eat my breakfast.
Ans.1.First of all, I get out of bed.
2.Then I brush my teeth and have a bath.
3.After this I eat my breakfast.
4.Finally, I dress up and go to school.

Word Building
1.Make two words from one word. One has been done for you.
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Ans. everywhere        every   where
inside                             in        side
outside                         out         side
sunlight                     sun           light

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NCERT Solutions for class 3 English Unit-6

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NCERT Solutions for class 3 English Unit-6

(i) TRAINS

QUESTIONS FROM TEXTBOOK SOLVED

Reading is Fun
1.Where do the trains run?
Ans. The trains run through the mountains, plains and rivers.

2.What are the ‘precious loads’ that they carry?
Ans. They carry our luggage, important papers, letters, parcels etc.

3.When do the trains run?
Ans. The trains run from morning to evening, from day and night.

4. What is ‘dusk’ and ‘dawn’?
Ans. ‘Dusk’ is the time when the sun is going to set. ‘Dawn’ is the time when we see the first light of the day.

Talk Time
1.Do you enjoy train rides?
Ans. Yes, I always enjoy train rides.

2. If you have to travel over a long distance, how would you like to go and why?
Ans. If I have to travel over a long distance, I would like to go by train because it is easily affordable and also very safe.

3. If you had to spend the night on a train, what would you need to take with you?
Ans. If I had to spend the night on a train, I would take food and water, bedsheet, pillow, comb, brush and tooth paste, towel and some medicines.

Let’s Write
Describe an interesting train or bus journey you have taken, or would like to take. Write four sentences about your journey. You can use some of the following words and phrases.
many people crowded tea stalls
station/bus station river
window big and small trees
seat hills
ticket loud whistle
Example: I went to the railway station with my father to go to Haridwar.
There were many people at the railway station.
My father took the tickets from the crowded ticket window.
I took the window seat. The train started with a loud whistle. It soon took speed. I saw hills, rivers, big and small trees through the window.

Word Building
(i) Sort out these different means of transport into correct groups. One is done for you.
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Ans. Land        Air          Water
Bus             Aeroplane     Ship
Car             Helicopter      Boat

(ii) Complete the sentences.
1.Give me some————-to eat. (food/clothes)
2.Plav with————–(me/grey)
3.Swim across———-(the river/the boat)
4.Let’s get on the———–(train/dawn).
Ans. 1. food 2. me 3. the river 4. train

(ii)THE STORY OF THE ROAD

QUESTIONS FROM TEXTBOOK SOLVED

Reading is Fun
1. What sounds do you hear on the road in the morning?
Ans. In the morning we hear the sounds of birds, newspaper boy, vegetable man, school going children, etc. on the road.

2. What is the vegetable man selling?
Ans. The vegetable man is selling different types of vegetables such as peas, cauliflowers, potatoes, radishes, carrots, cabbages, etc.

3. Why is the road annoyed with the crow?
Ans. The road is annoyed with the crow because he is waking up the road again and again. But the reality is that the road is already wide awake.

Talk Time
1.Use can and cannot alternatively in the following sentences: ‘can’ and ‘cannot’
Ans.I cannot hear the train whistle.
I can hear the wind blow.
I cannot hear the clock.
I can hear the sound of feet.
I cannot hear the sound of moving of chairs.
I can hear the dogs barking.

Team Time
1.Look at the picture and write four sentences about what you see.
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Ans. 1. I can see a tree.
2.I can see different types of vehicles running on the road.
3.I can see a zebra crossing.
4.I can see a bird.

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NCERT Solutions for class 3 English Unit-7

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NCERT Solutions for class 3 English Unit-7

(i) PUPPY AND I

QUESTIONS FROM TEXTBOOK SOLVED

Reading is Fun
1.Who’is the ‘I’ in the poem?
Ans. ‘I’ in the poem is a little boy.

2.Where was the Man going?
Ans. The Man was going to the village to get some bread.

3.Why didn’t the child go with the Horse?
Ans. The child did not go with the Horse because he found him busy in his own work.

4. Why did the child go with the Puppy?
Ans. The child went with the Puppy because he (Puppy) was going to the hills to roll and play and the child wanted to play.

Talk Time
1.Do you have a pet?
Ans. Yes, I have a pet dog.

2. Talk about three things that you and your pet do together.
Ans. •We go for morning walks together.
•We play together in the evening.
•We sit together on sofa and see TV.

3. How do you look after your pet? Tell the class first in your own language, and then in English.
Ans. I have a pet dog. His name is Tufty. I bathe daily. I feed him on time. I make his bed and take care of his cleanliness. I play with him in the evening. I love him very much.

Let’s Draw
1.Look at the dogs in the picture and write about them.
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Ans. • Bull Dog. It is a short strong dog. It has a large head. Its nose is short and flat. It has a short thick neck.
•Boxer. It is a large dog with smooth hair. Its nose is short and flat. It has a tail that has usually been cut very short.
•German Shepherd. It is a large dog. It is often trained to help the police and to guard buildings.
•Doberman. It is a large dog with short, dark hair. It is often used to guard buildings.

Let’s Write
1.Match the animals with their sounds,
A                     B
a horse       trumpets
a dog          bleats
a sheep        neighs
a cat             roars
an elephant moos
a tiger           barks
a cow            mews
Ans.•a horse neighs
•a sheep bleats
•an elephant trumpets
•a cow moos
•a dog barks
•a cat mews
•a tiger roars

2. List these animals under domestic animals and wild animals.
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3.Fill in the blanks with rhyming words.
Hill     pill      kill
Hay    dav      ray
Fine    shine   line
Get      pet       jet
Going  showing doing

Bruno
Bruno is my pet puppy.
He breaks his dish.
He is sad.
Daddy gives him milk.
But Bruno is sad.
Mummy gives him a new dish.
Now Bruno is happy. ‘

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Choose the right words.
1.Bruno is my . (pet/dish)
2.He breaks his . (dish/fish)
3.Daddy gives him . (water/milk)
4.Mummy gives him a new————– . (fish/dish)
5.Bruno is now———– . (sad/happy)
Ans. 1.pet 2.dish 3. milk 4.dish 5. happy.

(ii)LITTLE TIGER, BIG TIGER

QUESTIONS FROM TEXTBOOK SOLVED

Reading is Fun
1.Tick the right answer.
(i)Where did the mother tiger and her small tiger cub live?
(a) near a river (b)near a mountain
(c) near a forest (d)near a sea
(ii)What did the mother tiger hunt when the sky was dark?
(a) sheep and goats (b)fish and frogs
(c) deer and pigs (d)donkeys and horses
(iii) What did the tiger cub catch one night?
(a) a deer t (b) a frog
(c) a pig (d) a cat
Ans. (i) (a) near a river iii) (c) deer and pigs
(iii) (b) a frog.

2.What happend to the little tiger cub when he chased the frog?
Ans. A big tiger came close to him when the little tiger cub chased the frog.

Word Building
(i)Match the animals with their young ones
horse     kitten
dog         calf
cat          colt
cow        puppy
Pig          cub
tiger       piglet
sheep     kid
goat       duckling
duck      lamb
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Ans.
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(ii)Word game: Can you place these letters in their right order to form the names of animals?
Ans.
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(iii)The animals/birds in column A have to reach their homes in column B. Find out where they live.
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Ans.
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Let’s Write
1.Now write six sentence ftom the above pictures. One has been done for you. A tiger lives in a den.
Ans. 1. A tiger lives in a den. 2. A bee lives in a hive.
3. A duck lives in a pond. 4.A rabbit lives in a burrow.
5. A spider lives in a web. 6.A sparrow lives in a nest.

Talk Time
1.The little tiger cub slipped away when his mother was asleep. He soon got into trouble.’ Tell the class about a similar incident when you did not listen to your parents and found yourself in trouble.
Ans. Once my parents warned me not to touch the burning candle. I didn’t listen to them and touched it. I got my fingers burned. It was a painful experience.

Team Time
(i)Who am i?
Look at the pictures and read the clues. Then complete this crossword puzzle. The first clue is done for you.
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Ans.
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