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Class-VI Chapter-1 The Farmhouse Cows Question Answers

 Class-VI Chapter-1 The Farmhouse Cows (FULLY REVISED) Activity 2: Choose sounds of animals from the given box. Write in the given blank: neigh, quack, croak, bray, bleat, caw, hoot, talk 1. a horse neighs 2. an owl hoots 3. a goat bleats 4. a crow caws 5. a parrot talks 6. a frog croaks 7. a donkey brays 8. a duck quacks Activity 3: Fill in the blanks. Select suitable words from the story. 1. Rajinder was very happy because his parents had moved to the village. 2. Cows moo and lions roar. 3. Cows send us a lot of delicious gifts. 4. Rajinder pours cream on his apples. 5. Mother eats a piece of cheese at teatime. Activity 4: Read each sentence. If it is correct, write 'yes' or if it is not correct then write 'no' in the given space. 1. Rajinder's family moved from country to town. No 2. A cow moos. Yes 3. A cow gives us a lot of presents. Yes 4. Rajinder appreciates the cows in the end. Yes 5. Rajinder's mother says that cheese is a delicious thing. Yes Activity

Four Paragraphs Class-VIII

Paragraphs Our School Peon Karam Singh is our school peon. He is about forty years old. He wears a khaki uniform. He is very active and  hardworking. He reaches the school before it opens. He opens the doors and windows. He dusts the  headmaster's office. He takes his seat in front of the headmaster's office. He knows his job well. He rings the  school bell. He goes from class to class with the order book. He goes to the bank. He also goes to the post-  office. He brings the dak. He gives pieces of chalk to the students. He is very respectful and obedient. He is  gentle and polite. He is honest and trustworthy. His work is very hard but his pay is small. The government  should raise his pay. The Policeman The policeman is a useful public servant. He is tall and healthy. He  wears a khaki uniform and a turban with a  red band. There is a leather belt round his waist. The belt has a plate with a number on it. He has a staff (T) in  his hand. The policeman looks very active.

Sympathy Class-VIII Poem

SYMPATHY CENTRAL IDEA The central idea of the poem is how we should help a man in trouble. We may give him money. But this is charity. The best help to give him is our sympathy. Q. 1. How did the proud man help the poet? Ans. The proud man helped the poet with gold. He  did not show any sympathy to him. Q. 2. How did the poor man help the poet? Ans. The poor man served the poet day and night.  He bound his head and gave him bread. Q. 3. What according to the poet is greater than  gold? Ans. According to the poet, sympathy is greater  than gold. Q. 4. When could the poet stand erect and why? Ans. The poet could stand erect after he got well.  He stood erect to say thanks to the rich man. COMPREHENSION OF STANZAS (1) I lay in sorrow, deep distressed; My grief a proud man heard; His looks were cold, he gave me gold, But not a kindly word. 1. What was wrong with the poet? Ans. The poet was in great pain. He lay in the bed. 2. How did the prou

Lucy Gray Poem-2 Class-VIII

LUCY GRAY Poetry Section Q. 1. Who was Lucy Gray? Where did she live? Ans. Lucy Gray was a very pretty child. She lived on an open uncultivated land. Q. 2. What did the father ask Lucy to do and why? Ans. Her father asked Lucy to go to the town with a  lantern to bring her mother back. He wanted so  because the night was going to be stormy. Q. 3. What shows that Lucy was a dutiful and  loving child? Ans. Lucy gladly obeyed her father's command to  go to the town and bring her mother. This shows  that she was a dutiful and lovely child. Q. 4. Why could Lucy not reach the town? Ans. Lucy could not reach the town because she  was caught in the storm and lost her way. Q. 5. What did the parents do to find Lucy? Ans. They searched for her the whole night. They  went shouting far and wide. Q. 6. Lucy's parents followed her foot marks. Where  did they reach at last? Ans. At last they reached a bridge. Q. 7. What do you think could have happene

This is my Prayer to thee Central idea

THIS IS MY PRAYER TO THEE CENTRAL IDEA Poetry Section Man should have strength to bear the pains and pleasures. He should have strength to oppose the cruel and help the poor. He should rise above small things in life. He must bow before God's will. Q. 1. Who does the poet pray to in this poem? Ans. In this poem, the poet prays to God. Q. 2. What penury does the poet talk of? Ans. He talks of the penury in his heart. Q. 3. How does the poet want to bear his joys and  sorrows? Ans. He wants to bear his joys and sorrows lightly. Q. 4. How does the poet think his love can be  fruitful? Ans. The poet feels that his love will help him to  serve mankind. Q. 5. Who does the poet want never to disown? Ans. He wants never to disown the poor. Q. 6. How will the poet react to those who are  mighty and rude? Ans. He will never bend to the mighty and rude. Q. 7. What will the poet's attitude towards daily  trifles? Ans. He will try to ris

Use the following Word/ Phrases into sentences (Class-8th) Part-2

Use the following word/phrases into sentences Class-VIII,  English, Part-2 45. Maintain (keep up) — We always maintain  good relations with our neighbours. 46. Mediocre (not very good, average) —  Gandhi ji was a mediocre student. 47. Meditate (think deeply) — Religious men  love to meditate on God. 48. Melodious (pleasant to listen to) - She sang  in a melodious voice. 49. No longer (not now) - She no longer lives  here. 50. Particularly (especially) — Milk is  particularly useful for children. 51. Pavilion (a temporary building used at  public events and exhibitions) - Did you  visit the Punjab Pavilion at the Delhi Trade  Fair ? 52. Pilgrimage (a journey to a holy place) - The  Jallianwala Bagh has now become a place of  pilgrimage. 53. Pledge (a serious promise) — He took a  pledge not to touch wine in future. 54. Plight (sad situation) — The plight of the  poor moved me to tears. 55. Precious (rare and worth a lot of money) -  Gold is a precious metal. 56. Previo

Use the following Word/Phrases into sentences (Class-8th) Part-1

Use the following word/phrases  into sentences Class-VIII English Part-1 1. A number of (a quantity of people or things)  - He had to face a number of problems in his  life. 2. Advance (progress) — India has made   great advances in the field of industry and  agriculture. 3. Alms  - The beggar stretched his hand  out for alms. 4. Anesthetics (drugs causing sleep or numbness) - Anesthetics save us from the  pain of operations. 5. Architect.(a person whose job is designing buildings) - Le Cor-busier was a famous  French architect. 6. Beckon (to give a signal) — He beckoned to  the waiter to bring the bill. 7. Brutal (violent and cruel) - It was a case of  brutal murder. 8. Carry out (obey) — I always carry out the  orders of my elders. 9. Charm (attraction) — Flowers have a charm  of their own. 10. Cherished (loved deeply) — The most  cherished possession of parents are their  children. 11. Creation (a thing that has been made) — All  the world is God'

Saint Ravidas Lesson-10 (Class-8th) Question Answer

Texual Quetions & Answers 8th English Lessson-10 Saint Ravidas Q. 1. When do saints and sages appear on the earth? Ans. Whenever the moral or social life of people shows signs of decay, some saint or sage appears on the earth. Q. 2. How did Ravidasji influence the Hindu society? Ans. Saint Ravidas infused new life and vitality into the Hindu society. Q. 3. When and where was Ravidas born? Ans. Ravidas ji was born in the year 1377 at Banaras. Q. 4. What desire of his (Ravidas's) parents remained unfulfilled? Ans. His parents desired to have him educated. But this desire of theirs remained unfulfilled. Q. 5. Why could Ravidas not continue with his studies? Ans. Ravidasji found an unfriendly atmosphere at school. So he could not put his heart into studies. Q. 6. What was it that left a deep scar on his mind? Ans. He (Ravidasji) had a very painful and unpleasant experience at school. It left a deep scar on his mind. Q. 7. What did Ravidas's teacher not

Two Memorable Speeches Lesson-9 (Class-8th) Question Answer

Texual Quetions & Answers 8th English Lessson-9 Two Memorable Speeches Q.1. When did Nehru address the nation and where? Ans. Nehru addressed the nation on the midnight of August 14, 1947. He addressed the nation from Lok Sabha. Q. 2. What appointed day does Nehru talk of? Ans. Nehru is talking of India's Independence Day. Q. 3. What does Nehru refer to 'Long Slumber'? Ans. Nehru refers to long slavery of India. Q. 4. Nehru says, "May the star never set !" Which star? Ans. It is the star of Independence. Q. 5. What does Nehru say 'shall be our endeavour'? Ans. According to Nehru, our endeavor shall be to bring freedom and opportunity to the common man, eradicate poverty and disease and build up a prosperous nation. Q. 6. Why did Swami Vivekananda go to Chicago in 1893? Ans. Swami Vivekananda went to Chicago in 1893 to represent India in the World Parliament of Religions. Q. 7. How did Swami Vivekananda begin his speech? A

Childhood Lesson-8 (Class-8th) Question Answer

Texual Quetions & Answers 8th English Lesson- 8 Childhood Q. 1. Why did Gandhiji's father leave Porbandar for  Rajkot? Ans. Gandhiji's father became a member of the  Royal Court of Rajkot. There-fore he left for  Rajkot. Q 2. How old was Gandhiji when he was sent to a  high school? Ans. Gandhiji was twelve years old when he was  sent to high school. Q. 3. Why did Gandhiji make his books and lessons  his sole compan-ions? Ans. Gandhiji was very shy. He avoided all  company. Therefore he made books and lessons his  sole companions. Q. 4. Who was Mr. Giles? Why did he visit  Gandhiji's school? Ans. Mr. Giles was Inspector of Schools. He came  in Gandhiji's school on a visit of inspection. Q. 5. What did the teacher want Gandhiji to do and  why? Ans. The teacher wanted Gandhiji to copy the  spellings from his neighbour's slate. He wanted  Gandhiji to correct the spellings. Q. 6. Why do you think Gandhi called? Ans. Gandhiji called himself

The Punjab-A Glompse Lesson-7 (Class-8th) Question Answer

Lessson-7 The Punjab-A Glompse Texual Quetions & Answers 8th English Q. 1. What is special about the Bhangra dance? Ans. The Bhangra dance is full of energy. It shows the great zest for life of the Punjabi's. Q. 2. How can you say that the Punjabi's are self-  respecting people? Ans. We can say that because Punjabis would never  beg or show their back in battlefield. Q. 3. What was Punjabi's role in the struggle for  India's Independence? Ans. Lala Lajpat Rai, Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev,  Udham Singh, Kartar Singh Sarabha and many  other Punjabis sacrificed their lives for the sake of  their motherland. Q.4. What did General Dyer do at the Jalliawala  Bagh in Amritsar? Ans. On April 13, 1919 about 20,000 people had  gathered here for a public meeting. General Dyer  ordered his riflemen to fire at the crowd. Q. 5. What States have benefited from the Bhakra-  Na Project? Ans. Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh,  Rajasthan

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