Samacheer Kalvi 6th English Solutions Term 3 Prose Chapter 2 That Sunday Morning

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Tamilnadu Samacheer Kalvi 6th English Solutions Term 3 Prose Chapter 2 That Sunday Morning

Read and Understand

A. Answer the following questions.

Question 1.
How does Patna differ from Delhi?
Answer:
Delhi had grand and impressive buildings and monuments, where as Patna had none of them.

Question 2.
What was the girl determined to do? Why?
Answer:
She was determined to win the cycle race because every time her brother wins the race and boasts about it for days.

Question 3.
‘Flow did the cavalry officers look? What happened to them finally?
Answer:
The cavalry officers were brilliant in appearance. Their horses panicked and scattered. They were out of control. One of the cavalry officers fell into the ditch.
Haughtily means proudly or having or showing arrogant superiority.

Question 4.
Why did the girl reply haughtily?
Answer:
The girl replied haughtily, as she did not want to admit to her brother that she was scared and frightened.

Question 5.
Were the girl and her brother friendly with each other?
Answer:
No, they are not friendly with each other.

Question 6.
“I think it would be nice, if we moved quickly from here.”
(a) Who does ‘l’ refer to?
(b) Why did they want to move quickly from there?
Answer:
(a) I refers to‘Savita’s brother’.
(b) They wanted to move quickly from there, as they would be called in for a lot of explanation.

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B. Think and Answer.

Question 1.
Work in groups. Discuss and have a debate on life in bustling cities and life in calm towns.
Answer:
Introduction : Village life refers to the living conditions of rural people. City life refers to the life of urban people. There is a wide difference between village life and city life. Both the city and town or village serve functional purpose in their own way. The town feeds and clothes people and the city provides learning and culture. There is a wide gap in the amenities Of life between the city and the town.

A student about city life : Dear students, I would like to say that city life is full of glamour and is very fascinating. There are magnificient multistoreyed buildings, broad roads, shopping malls, multiplexes, electric lights, etc. In large cities there are mills, factories and industries too. All these dazzle the eyes of new comers to the city. Here, there is novelty in everything. The daily routine of life is different. People spend their evening in a park, a library, shopping mall or a cinema hall. Then there are football, tennis and cricket matches, public meetings, speeches by eminent persons, etc. All these are entirely absent in villages. So I conclude saying that city life is fascinating and provide livelihood for a larger number of poor people.

Second student about town life : I don’t agree with you. Though Town life is plain and simple, here there is no din and bustle of the city. Everything is calm and quiet. People are in direct touch with nature. Most of their time passes in looking after fields and cattle. They are religious and pious. They enjoy pure air. They get pure and unadulterated food grains, fruits, milk and milk products. They get fresh vegetables and fruits. So I conclude that village or town life is a calm, healthy and pleasant life.

Question 2.
Imagine you are the girl and give a different ending to the story.
Answer:
When my father was posted in Patna, we had to move there. On a fine Sunday morning, my brother challenged me for a cycle race. I agreed. We started off with a big scream. I was determined to win the race, as I have not won the race earlier. So I pedalled, as fast as I could. My legs and hands ached. Gradually, I moved ahead of my brother. Suddenly I bumped on a cow, which was in the middle of the *, road. The frightened cow ran away. I fell down and immediately got up. ‘I want to win’. This thought made me not to bother of my pain. My brother was closer to me. Slowly I managed to pedal the cycle again. My brother had gone a little further than me. I gathered courage and speed after sometime. I pedalled as fast as I could and reached the finishing point, two seconds before my brother. I screamed with glee that I had won the race.

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Vocabulary

C. Match the phrases with their meanings.

1. drew level with (a) ran very quickly in panic
2. whoop with glee (b) to leave a place quickly
3. jammed on the brakes (c) as if one’s life depends on it
4. clung for dear life (d) tried to stop the motion immediately
5. charged up the road (e) rose to an equal level
6. beat a hasty retreat (f) shout with enthusiasm and happiness

Answers:

  1. (e)
  2. (f)
  3. (d)
  4. (c)
  5. (a)
  6. (b)

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D. Refer to a dictionary and find out the meaning of the words given below.

  1. beam – to smile radiantly or happily.
  2. smile – an amused facial expression.
  3. guffaw – loud unrestrained burst of laughter.
  4. laugh – to show an emotion of joy.
  5. giggle – to laugh repeatedly without control.

E. Read the sentences given below. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the appropriate laughter words from the exercise above.

  1. Kavitha’s face _______ with joy as she arrived India.
  2. The show was enjoyed by all the audience and they _______ out loudly all the while.
  3. When I tickle Nishanth, he always makes a loud _______
  4. They didn’t mean any harm, they just did it for _______
  5. Things will calm down, you just keep _______

Answers:

  1. beamed
  2. laughed
  3. guffaw
  4. giggling
  5. smiling

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F. Pick the word from the text that is similar to the words or phrases given below.

  1. threatening and extremely angry = _________
  2. a heavy blow or hit = _________
  3. happening gently and slowly = _________
  4. any building of a past age, regarded as a historically important place = _________
  5. bad luck = _________

Answers:

  1. scowl
  2. thump
  3. gradually
  4. monument
  5. unfortunate

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G. Match each word with its antonyms.

1. shady (a) misery
2. bored (b) calm
3. glee (c) interested
4. panic (d) slow
5. hasty (e) sunny

Answers:

  1. (e)
  2. (c)
  3. (a)
  4. (b)
  5. (d)

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Make a sentence of your own for any five words from the above.

  1. We sat in a shady place for some rest after a long walk.
  2. I was interested to participate in the painting competition.
  3. Don’t panic, when you are in trouble.
  4. His childhood days were in misery.
  5. The night was clear and calm.

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Listening

H. Here is a humorous story. But there are some words missing. Listen to your teacher and fill in the blanks to complete the story. Then give a title and a moral to the story.
Answer:
A quick clever reply

Once there lived three friends Vani, Kavi and Sumi. They always played pranks on one another. One day Vani bought some delicious berries and she decided to share them with her friends.

Kavi and Sumi were delighted to see the berries. The three of them sat and started eating the berries. Suddenly Sumi decided to play a trick on Kavi. When she looked under her chair she saw a small heap of berry seeds. She stealthily pushed the heap of seeds under Kavi’s chair.

Then Sumi said, “What is this Kavi? You are so greedy! You alone have eaten so many berries.” Kavi felt bad and didn’t know what to say.

Vani looked here and there. When she looked under Sumi’s chair there were no seeds. So, she replied “Sumi, Kavi was at least greedy, but see yourself. You have eaten all the berries including its seeds.” Then Kavi understood that her friend had just played a trick on her and then all three of them laughed heartily.

Moral: It is a foolish thing to play stupid with others.

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Speaking

I. Each person or a group chooses an item from the class and takes two minutes to prepare. He / she must promote and sell the same item in the most humorous way to convince the classmates to buy the product. You can choose items such as eraser, pencil, school bag, book, etc.
Answer:
Custom Round Eraser
We have these erasers exclusively for kids. They look colourful and are great for any grade. The custom round eraser is perfect for students because pencil erasers often wear down quickly. Its available in all the fun colours you want. You can match them, with your other items like pencils, schools bags and water bottles. Have fun with these excellent colourful erasers and enjoy your days at school with your friends.

Pencils
Here, we have colourful pencils for you. They can do wonders. You can write with these pencils on any surface or material. The written part can be erased with a piece of cloth. Whenever you want, you can make it shorter or longer. It can be shortened to any size and kept anywhere you want to. Buy this pencil and enjoy the maximum benefits of it.

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Grammar

J. Look at the picture and fill in the blanks with suitable words.

  1. The car was moving too _______
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  2. The lift is moving _______
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  3. Joanna did her classwork _______
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  4. Keerthi Vasan arrived _______
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  5. Paul _______ plays cricket with his friends.
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  6. Suguna _______ helps her mother at home.
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Answers:

  1. fast
  2. slowly
  3. neatly
  4. late
  5. always
  6. often

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K. Read the sentences and put the adverbs in the correct boxes. Give two more examples of your own in each box.

  1. Anand has decided to submit his project tomorrow.
  2. The cat ran behind.
  3. Paraman sang in the choir happily.
  4. We never come late to the office.
  5. The stray elephant was set free in the forest yesterday.
  6. Arun and Vimala usually complete their homework on time.
  7. Raghav looked at his sister affectionately.
  8. I prepare to leave early.

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Answer:
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L. Put the words in the correct order to make sentences. Use a different colour to write the adverbs.

Question 1.
Was / somebody / there / nearby / standing.
Answer:
There was somebody standing nearby.

Question 2.
Came / Anand / to / school / early.
Answer:
Anand came to school early.

Question 3.
Softly / Murali / speaks.
Answer:
Murali speaks softly.

Question 4.
Beautifully / the house / have / they / decorated.
Answer:
They have decorated the house beautifully.

Question 5.
English / classes / during / always / we / English / speak.
Answer:
We always speak English during English classes.

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M. Pick the words from the box and put them in the appropriate column.
(kindly, soft, sweet, everywhere, bright, benstantly, few, then, huge, loudly)

Adverb Adjective
kindly sweet
everywhere soft
constantly bright
then few
loudly huge

Writing

N. Work in groups and write a paragraph on “Laughter is the best medicine.”
Answer:
Laughter is the best Medicine

A good laugh heals a lot of hurts. It is a mighty good thing that sets everything straight. It is a powerful antidote to stress, pain and conflict. Nothing works faster to bring your mind and body back into balance than a good laugh. Humour lightens your burden, inspires hope, connects you to others and keeps you grounded, focussed and alert. A good hearty laugh relieves physical tension and stress leaving your muscles relaxed for up to 45 minutes after. It improves the function of blood and increases blood flow, which can help protect you against heart attack and other vascular diseases. Shared laughter is one of the most effective tool. When laughter is shared, it binds people together and increases happiness and intimacy. Therefore, one should always maintain positive attitude in life and keep laughing to stay healthy and happy.

Samacheer Kalvi 6th English Solutions Term 3 Prose Chapter 2 That Sunday Morning

Creative Writing

O. Look at the cartoon strips. Create your own humorous story. Write a sentence or two for each frame in the space provided.
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Answer:
Two friends Mohan and Sohan were walking in a park. They were enjoying their walk and busy chatting. They were so engrossed in their chatting that they did not look where they were walking.

Suddenly, they fell into a pit and banged into a coconut tree.

Two coconuts dropped from the tree and fell right on top of their heads.

Their heads were swollen with a big lump. It was very painful.

But still, they were happy that they can cherish the coconut water, free of cost. They immediately drank the coconut water and left the place.

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That Sunday Morning Additional Questions

I. Select the Suitable Synonyms.

Question 1.
imposing
(a) cheap
(b) simple
(c) grand
Answer:
(c) grand

Question 2.
invariably
(a) never
(b) always
(c) often
Answer:
(b) always

Question 3.
determined
(a) decided
(b) planned
(c) thought
Answer:
(a) decided

Question 4.
blur
(a) clear
(b) unclear
(c) obvious
Answer:
(b) unclear

Question 5.
gradually
(a) slowly
(b) suddenly
(c) abruptly
Answer:
(a) slowly

Question 6.
whoop
(a) jump
(b) run
(c) shout
Answer:
(c) shout

Question 7.
momentum
(a) the force of moving body
(b) the rhythm of a body
(c) the gravity of a body
Answer:
(a) the force of a moving body

Question 8.
stampede
(a) procession
(b) rush
(c) march
Answer:
(b) rush

Question 9.
dislodged
(a) freed
(b) threw
(c) caught
Answer:
(a) freed

Question 10.
haughtily
(a) proudly
(b) hastily
(c) arrogantly
Answer:
(c) arrogantly

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II. Select the Suitable Antonyms,

1. early
(a) soon
(b) late
(c) beginning
Answer:
(b) late

Question 2.
shady
(a) dark
(b) dim
(c) sunny
Answer:
(c) sunny

Question 3.
behind
(a) beyond
(b) ahead
(c) around
Answer:
(b) ahead

Question 4.
alone
(a) group
(b) separate
(c) single
Answer:
(a) group

Question 5.
obviously
(a) clearly
(b) evidently
(c) invisibly
Answer:
(c) invisibly

Question 6.
magnificent
(a) grand
(b) simple
(c) impressive
Answer:
(b) simple

Question 7.
grin
(a) smile
(b) giggle
(c) frown
Answer:
(c) frown

Question 8.
scowl
(a) glare
(b) disgust
(c) smile
Answer:
(c) smile

Question 9.
glance
(a) stare
(b) glimpse
(c) scan
Answer:
(a) stare

Question 10.
unpleasant
(a) pleasant
(b) disagreeable
(c) unwanted
Answer:
(a) pleasant

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III. Choose the Correct Answers (MCQ).

Question 1.
My father was posted in _______
(a) Mumbai
(b) Delhi
(c) Chennai
(d) Patna
Answer:
(d) Patna

Question 2.
On the first Sunday there, my _______ and I decided to do a little exploring on our bikes.
(a) sister
(b) brother
(c) uncle
(d) father
Answer:
(b) brother

Question 3.
After cycling for about _______, my brother got bored.
(a) one hour
(b) two hours
(c) half-an-hour
(d) 40 minutes
Answer:
(c) half-an-hour

Question 4.
The loser treats the other to a _______, okay?
(a) ice cream
(b) chocolate
(c) cake
(d) dinner
Answer:
(b) chocolate

5. My legs _______ and my skirt billowed out. –
(a) cramped
(b) pedalled
(c) ached
(d) kicked
Answer:
(c) ached

Question 6.
I could see the _______ in a haze.
(a) end
(b) comer
(c) road
(d) street
Answer:
(b) corner

Question 7.
I jammed on the brakes and the stopped abmptly.
(a) bike
(b) car
(c) cycle
(d) bus
Answer:
(c) cycle

Question 8.
The horse panicked and
(a) scattered
(b) ran away
(c) jumped
(d) leaped
Answer:
(a) scattered

Question 9.
I landed on the soft earth bordering the .
(a) road
(b) lane
(c) ditch
(d) pond
Answer:
(c) ditch

Question 10.
With one accord, we got onto our bikes and beat a hasty
(a) retreat
(b) move
(c) return
(d) ride
Answer:
(a) retreat

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IV. Very Short Answer Questions.

Question 1.
Who decided to do a little exploring on their bikes?
Answer:
Savita Singh and her brother decided to do a little exploring on their bikes.

Question 2.
Who was posted in Patna?
Answer:
The author’s father was posted in Patna.

Question 3.
Who got bored, after cycling for half-an-hour?
Answer:
Savita’s brother got bored after cycling for half-an-hour.

Question 4.
Who wins the cycle race always?
Answer:
Savita’s brother wins the race always.

Question 5.
Was Savita able to move ahead of her brother?
Answer:
Yes, she was able to move ahead of her brother.

Question 6.
What stood right in the middle of the road?
Answer:
A cow stood alone right in the middle of the road.

Question 7.
What did Savita do to stop the cycle?
Answer:
She jammed on the brakes to stop the cycle.

Question 8.
What happened to one of the riders?
Answer:
His horse threw him down and he landed in the ditch just next to the cow.

Question 9.
Who was coming towards them?
Answer:
One of the horse riders was coming towards them.

Question 10.
Who was behind the horse rider?
Answer:
The man to whom the cow belonged was behind the horse rider.

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V. Short Answer Questions.

Question 1.
Hew were toe reads In Patoa?
Answer:
The roads were good and the trees lining them were shady.

Question 2.
What did savita’s brother used to do, whenever he wen the cycle race?
Answer:
Whenever her brother won the race, he used to boast about it for days.

Question 3.
What happened to savita, when she pedalled her cycle fast?
Answer:
Her legs ached. Her skirt spread out in the wind, warning her to hit her face.

Question 4.
Was the author able to go ahead?
Answer:
Yes, she drew level with her brother and then gradually moved ahead.

Question 5.
Where did savita land, as seen as she saw the cew?
Answer:
She jammed the brakes and stopped the cycle, but she could not stop herself, landing straight on the back of the unfortunate cow.

Question 6.
To whom did the horse riders belong?
Answer:
They belonged to the governor’s bodyguard, as they were cavalry officers mounted on their magnificent horses.

Question 7.
What did the cow do to the horses?
Answer:
The frightened cow charged straight at the horses who panicked and scattered.

Question 8.
Where did the Cow fell?
Answer:
It managed to fall into a ditch and in the process freed Savita, who landed on the soft earth bordering the ditch.

Question 9.
Why did one of the horse riders sat down on the read?
Answer:
He sat down on the road, as his pants tore in an awkward place.

Question 10.
Did the girl admit to her brother that she was frightened?
Answer:
No, the girl did not admit to her brother that she was frightened.

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VI. Paragraph Questions and Answers.

Question 1.
What did the auther and her brother do on the first Sunday? Hew were the roads there in Patna?
Answer:
On the first Sunday in Patna, the author and her brother decided to do a little exploring on their bikes. It was still very early in the morning and only a few people were walking on the roads. The roads were good and the trees lining them were shady. There were no impressive or grand buildings or monuments, as there were in Delhi. After cycling for about half-an-hour, her brother got bored and challenged Savita for a cycle race to the comer of the road. He said that the loser should treat the other to a chocolate. Savita agreed to this and they were off.

Question 2.
What happened to savita, while racing?
Answer:
During the race, she managed to move ahead of her brother. As she was nearing the comer of the road, she saw a cow right in the middle of the road. She applied brakes and stopped the cycle abruptly. But she was unable to stop the force of her body. She flew over the handle bars and landed straight on the back of the unfortunate cow, which got startled by the sudden attack and started running. The frightened cow charged up the road and round the comer. It spotted cavalry officers mounted on horses coming towards it. So it charged straight at the horses, who panicked and scattered. There was a regular rush. The cow managed to fall into a ditch and in this process freed Savita, who landed on the soft earth bordering the ditch.

Question 3.
How did horses behave, after the cow charged at them?
Answer:
After the frightened cow charged straight at the horses, they got panicked and scattered here and there. They were out of control. Some of them were running like mad in circles, while their riders tried to bring them under control. Two horses were nowhere to be seen, and one horse threw its rider right in front of Savita’s eyes. The poor man landed in the ditch just next to the cow. Thinking that it was another attack, the cow lowered its head at the unfortunate man. The poor man climbed hurriedly out of the ditch, tearing his pants at an awkward place.

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That Sunday Morning Grammar Additional

Adverbs

An adverb is a word or phrase that modifies the meaning of an adjective, verb, or other adverb, expressing, place, frequency, manner, or, time.

Adverbs tell us when, where, how and why an action takes place.

A number of them end in ly.
• Brutus and his companions plotted secretly to kill Caesar, plotted – verb, secretly – adverb, tells you how they plotted.

More Adverbs

  • She danced gracefully.
  • Ram waited patiently for the bus.
  • The student behaved insolently with the teacher, (rudely)
  • The two friends met accidentally in New York, (by chance)

Here are some adverbs and their meanings.
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I. Fill in the blanks with suitable adverbs.

  1. Latha danced _______
  2. I will meet my sister _______
  3. She _______ plays with her friends.
  4. It is _______ hot.
  5. James coughed _______ to attract attention.
  6. He plays the flute _______
  7. She was walking _______
  8. His jokes are always _______ funny.
  9. You don’t _______ care, do vou?
  10. My grandmother always smiled _______

Answers:

  1. gracefully
  2. tomorrow
  3. never
  4. terribly
  5. loudly
  6. excellently
  7. slowly
  8. very
  9. really
  10. cheerfully

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II. Read the sentences and put the adverbs in the correct place.

  1. He ran _______
  2. The newspaper arrives _______
  3. We _______ see John.
  4. He ate the chocolate cake _______
  5. He is _______ late for work.
  6. They go to dinner _______
  7. He _______ gave us the money.
  8. The toys are _______ the floor.
  9. We take a vacation atleast once _______
  10. Mary fell _______

Answer:

  1. quickly
  2. daily
  3. seldom
  4. greedily
  5. often
  6. weekly
  7. generously
  8. on
  9. annually
  10. down
Adverb of Manner Adverbs of Time Adverbs of Frequency Adverbs of Place
quickly daily seldom on
greedily weekly often down
generously annually

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III. Put the words in the correct order and identify the adverb.

Question 1.
go / together / they / everywhere
Answer:
They go together everywhere.

Question 2.
abruptly / the driver / the bus / stopped
Answer:
The driver stopped the bus abruptly.

Question 3.
now / it’s / time / go
Answer:
It’s time to go now.

Question 4.
Saturdays / usually /1 / on / get up / late
Answer:
I usually get up late on Saturdays.

Question 5.
for / Javed / late / work / is / never
Answer:
Javed is never late for work.

Question 6.
Travel / weekends / Do / often / you / on
Answer:
Do you often travel on weekends?

Question 7.
often / early / class / for / Susan / is / for
Answer:
Susan is often early for class.

Question 8.
usually / when / go / vacation / year / do / each / you / on
Answer:
When do you usually go on vacation each year?

Question 9.
clearly / speak / and / softly
Answer:
Speak softly and clearly.

Question 10.
seen / have / him / before / I.
Answer:
I have seen him before

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Adjectives

An Adjective is a word that describes a noun.
Eg : sweet, red, pretty.
Adjectives describe nouns and pronouns.

  • Mohan is handsome.
  • Hay fever can cause a runny nose, watery eyes and itchy skin.

If you are going to use a number of adjectives to describe something, then they must follow a certain order.

Adjective Order

Adjective related to qualities and feelings are placed first, (jolly, happy, kind).
This is followed by adjectives of size, age, temperature or measurement, (huge, middle- aged, warm)
Place adjectives of colour (yellow, blue, red); then adjectives of nationality. (Indian, Greek, British)
Finally place adjectives of substance and matter, (gold, cotton)

  • I meet a jolly middle-aged black French popstar on the flight.
  • The enormous old red building was built in 1926.

Note : When adjectives precede a noun, do not use commas.

Examples:

  1. This bottle is breakable.
  2. tie used to write meaningless letters.
  3. I met a homeless person in London.
  4. She is an adorable girl.
  5. This soup is not edible.
  6. He lives in a beautiful house.
  7. Ravi is wearing a sleeveless shirt today.
  8. Her hair is gorgeous.
  9. He is more intelligent than this boy.
  10. This house is bigger than that one.
  11. I lost my most comfortable shoes.
  12. Magesh is taller than Suresh.
  13. Alex is the most handsome man on campus.
  14. My job is worse than yours.
  15. What a wonderful machine is man!
  16. The class room is very clean.
  17. The sky was multicolored.
  18. I used to buy this kind of T-shirts.
  19. He donated his old sweaters.
  20. Did you have enough food?

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Textual Activities

Spin a Yarn

The starting of a story is given. Develop it into a humorous story.

Once there lived a boy who bragged endlessly about himself. One day, he challenged his friend for a running race. He boasted that he was the fastest runner in school and no one had beaten him so far. The two friends started their race in their school ground. The boy started off as fast as he could and was far ahead of his friend. There was a small stone on his way. He tripped and fell down. He was badly hurt. Meanwhile his friend crossed him and won the race. Henceforth the boy stopped bragging about himself.

That Sunday Morning Summary

Section I

This story is an unpleasant episode of the author Savita Singh and how she managed to get out of it. The writer’s father was posted in Patna. On the first Sunday, she and her brother decided to go cycling in the morning. As it was very early in the morning, only a few people were on the roads. The roads with the trees lining them were good and shady. There were no grand buildings or monuments, as in Delhi.

After cycling for about half-an-hour her brother got bored and challenged his sister for a cycle race and the loser should treat the other with a chocolate. Savita agreed and they were off for the race. That was not the first time, they had raced. Usually, her brother would win and boasted about it for days. But Savita Singh was determined to win this race. She pedalled as fast as she could. Her legs ached and her skirt was spread out, warning to hit her face. She was breathing fast and couldn’t see anything clearly. Soon, she drew level with her brother and then gradually, she moved ahead.

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Answer in one or two sentences.

Question 1.
Why did the family move to Patna?
Answer:
Savita Singh’s father was posted in Patna. So they had to move there.

Question 2.
Who was challenged for a race?
Answer:
Savita was challenged for a race by her brother.

Question 3.
Is the brother boastful? What makes you think so?
Answer:
Yes, the brother is boastful because whenever he wins, he boasts about it for days.

Question 4.
Why did the trees become a green blur?
Answer:
The trees became a green blur to Savita, as she was cycling very fast and due to that, she could not see the trees clearly.

Question 5.
Which line tells you that the girl was faster than the boy?
Answer:
The line ‘Soon I drew level with my brother and then gradually, I moved ahead’, tells us that the girl was faster than the boy.

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Section II

As Savita was ahead of her brother, she could see the comer in a cloudy form. She was about to shout with joy. Just then, she saw a cow that stood in the middle of the road. She applied the brakes suddenly, but was thrown off the cycle. She landed on to the back of the cow. The cow was startled and started running out of fear. Savita clunged to her tightly for her dear life. The frightened cow charged straight at the cavalry officers, who were on horseback. The horses panicked and scattered. There was regular rush everywhere. The cow managed to fall into ditch and in the process freed Savita. She landed on the soft earth bordering the ditch.

Read the events of the story. They are in the wrong order. Put them in the correct order.

  • And it charged straight at the cavalry officers on horseback. [6]
  • And so she flew onto the back of the cow. [4]
  • So everybody panicked and made a general rush to safety. [7]
  • The startled cow charged off in fear. [5]
  • She applied the brakes, but was thrown off the cycle. [3]
  • Just then, she saw a lone cow in the middle of the road. [2]
  • Finally the cow fell into a ditch and dislodged the girl. [8]
  • The girl cried out in delight as she overtook her brother on her cycle. [1]

Section III.

Savita sat up with pain. The cavalry horses were still out of control. Some of them were running madly in circles. Their riders tried to bring them under control. Two horses were not’seen anywhere and another horse threw its rider right in front of the narrator’s eyes. He landed in the ditch just next to the cow. The cow thought it was another attack and lowered its head at the unlucky man.

The poor man climbed hurriedly out of the ditch, tearing his pants at an awkward place. Realising his pants being tom, he sat on the road with a thump. Her brother approached her and commented that she looked such a sight on top of that cow. He started laughing and asked her whether she was alright. She did not want to admit to her brother that she was frightened. So she arrogantly told him that she was alright. Just then, her brother saw one of the horse riders coming towards them with a threatening look and there was also a man to whom the cow belonged coming behind him. So they thought that it would be safe, if both of them moved fast from that place.

Otherwise, they would be called in for a lot of explanation. Both got into their cycles and moved away fast, as they did not want to add another unpleasant episode to the morning event.

Samacheer Kalvi 6th English Solutions Term 3 Prose Chapter 2 That Sunday Morning

Based on your reading, put a (✓) for the correct and (×) for the incorrect statements.

  1. The man didn’t want to get up because he was tired as he was thrown into the ditch. (×)
  2. The boy was rather unsympathetic to his sister. (×)
  3. The girl was badly hurt. (×)
  4. The boy and the girl were taken by the cavalry to explain their action. (×)
  5. They rode back home quickly. (✓)
  6. The girl admitted to her brother that she was badly frightened. (×)

Samacheer Kalvi 6th English Solutions Term 3 Supplementary Chapter 2 Brought to Book

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A. Read the story again and fill in the table with the present condition of the characters given below.
Answers:

Ms. English Unrecognizable, covered with ink and grease spots, mercilessly dog-eared, two comers chewed away, not covered with brown sheets, dropped her carelessly, and stuffed her anyhow in the crammed bag.
Mr. School Bag Had broken straps and the buckles were dragging behind him. Everything is crammed anyhow at the last moment in it.
The Young Master Notebook Out of anger, thrown against the wall by Mahesh.
Mr. Pencil Box Not cleaned, Mahesh chewed him, whenever he got stuck for an answer. He pointed his scarred body to everyone.
Mr. Geography No cover, the contents page was hanging in on its last threads. The worst part, were the maps which had been filled in mercilessly with all the colours in the paint box.

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B. Answer the questions.

Question 1.
Why was Mahesh brought to court?
Answer:
Mahesh was brought to court because he ill-treated the books, notebooks, school bags and the pencil box.

Question 2.
Was Mahesh punished for the ill-treatment of his belongings? Why?
Answer:
Mahesh was not punished for the ill-treatment of his belongings because Ms. English supported him and asked everyone to give him a second chance. She said that he deserved a little consideration.

Question 3.
Why did the fellow brothers of Mr. Geography laugh at him?
Answer:
The fellow brothers of Mr. Geography laughed at him seeing his worst condition.

Question 4.
What made Justice Mathematics turn red with angdr?
Answer:
Mahesh threw the young Master Notebook against the wall, when he failed to solve a problem. Everyone in the court was shocked and started talking at once. This made Justice Mathematics turn red with anger.

Question 5.
How was the court different from other courts?
Answer:
The punishment there is decided by the victims and they decide by majority, if the verdicts are more than one.

Question 6.
Why did they decide to forgive him? Who initiated the suggestion?
Answer:
They decided to forgive him because it was the first offence of Mahesh and they agreed to give him a second chance. This suggestion was initiated by Ms. English.

Question 7.
Was it real or a dream? How could you say?
Answer:
It was a dream, we know this at the end, when Mahesh’s mother shakes him up to get up, as it was late for school.

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C. Read the lines and answer the questions.

1. “You have to undo what you have done. Do you understand?”

Question a.
Who said these words to whom?
Answer:
Justice Mathematics said these words to Mahesh.

Question b.
What was he asked to undo?
Answer:
He was asked to rectify or to set right the ill-treatment done to Ms. English.

2. I especially envy my brother, who belongs to Shobitha.

Question a.
Who is envy of whom?
Answer:
Mr. Geography is envy of his brother, who belonged to Shobitha.

Question b.
Why does he envy his brother?
Answer:
He envied his brother because he was neatly covered and handled gently by Shobitha.

3. “I don’t mean to interrupt, You Honour, it is just that I feel that everyone deserves a second chance and, after, all this is Mahesh’s first offense, he deserves a little consideration.”

Question a.
What do these lines tell about the speaker?
Answer:
The speaker is sympathetic and faithful to her owner Mahesh.

Question b.
Who does the word T refer to?
Answer:
The word T refers to Ms. English.

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D. Think and Answer.

Question 1.
If you were Ms, English, would you do the same? Why or Why not? Justify your answer,
Answer:
If I were Ms. English, I would do the same because it was the first offence of Mahesh. He should be given another chance to rectify his mistakes and faults. Being a child, he deserves a little consideration. Since he was given a second chance, he realised his mistakes and tried to set them right. The following year, he got the prize for the ‘Best Looked-After Books’.

E. Work in Groups.

Question 1.
Prepare a chart with dos and don’ts of books and class work maintenance. Use your creativity in presenting your ideas. Use short sentences and phrases.
Answer:
Maintenance of Books
Do’s
Sample:

  1. Take care of your favourite books by treating it carefully and storing it responsibly.
  2. Store your books in a cool and dry atmosphere away from heat resources.
  3. Dust your book regularly and put a protective cover on it to be extra careful.
  4. Wrap the books in acid-free cloth or purchase a book-storage box.
  5. Handle books hygienically.
  6. Turn pages carefully.
  7. Try to use two hands, while reading.
  8. Cover them with brown sheets every two months, and label them neatly.

Don’ts:

  1. Don’t touch your book with dirty hands or read it while eating or drinking.
  2. Avoid storing books in plastic bags. Books need to breathe and plastic can cause moulding or warping.
  3. Remove large or bulky bookmarks.
  4. Avoid folding or dog-earing the comers of pages, as they can cause lasting damage.
  5. Avoid damage to the binding.
  6. Don’t bend paper back covers, while reading. It can be difficult to get them to resume their original shape and it often causes spine damage.

Samacheer Kalvi 6th English Solutions Term 3 Supplementary Chapter 2 Brought to Book

Project

F. Collect any three pictures of your favourite cartoon characters and get them pasted in your class work. Write a few lines about them.
Answer:
1.
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Mickey Mouse is a funny animal cartoon character and the mascot of The Walt Disney Company. He was created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks in 1928. An anthropomorphic mouse who typically wears red shorts, large yellow shoes, and white gloves, Mickey is one of the world’s most recognizable characters. He appeared in over 130 films. Beginning in 1930, Mickey has also been featured extensively as a comic strip character. 90th Anniversary of Mickey Mouse has been celebrated on November 18, 2018 around the World.

2.
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Donald Duck is a cartoon character created in 1934 at Walt Disney Productions. Donald is an anthropomorphic white duck with a yellow-orange bill, legs, and feet. He typically wears a sailor shirt and cap with a bow tie. Donald is most famous for his semi-intelligible speech and his mischievous and temperamental personality. Along with his friend Mickey Mouse, Donald is one of the most popular Disney characters and was included in TV Guide’s list of the 50 greatest cartoon characters of all time in 2002.

3.
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Scoobert “Scooby” Doo is the eponymous character and protagonist of the animated television franchise of the same name created in 1969 by the American animation company Hanna-Barbera. Scooby-Doo is a male Great Dane and lifelong companion of amateur detective Shaggy Rogers, with whom he shares many personality traits. He features a mix of both canine and human behaviors, treated by his friends more or less as an equal while speaking in a famous speech impediment. His catchphrase is “Scooby-Dooby-Doo!”

Samacheer Kalvi 6th English Solutions Term 3 Supplementary Chapter 2 Brought to Book

Connecting To Self

Discuss in Class.

Read the following and have a discussion on which of these are fair and ethical to laugh at and which are not. Why?

1. Accidental or embarrassing situations :
We should not laugh at an accidental situation, as people feel embarrassed and feel hurt.

2. Weird behaviour of animals and kids :
The weird behaviour of animals and kids cause laughter to everyone. This is fair and ethical to laugh at because animals and kids do weird things sometimes. They enjoy, when we laugh at them doing these weird things.

3. Culture and religion :
We should not laugh at the culture and religion of others, since this leads to unnecessary arguments and problems.

4. Funny pantomimes and stand up comedies.
This is fair and ethical to laugh at because it is performed for the audience to laugh and enjoy the show.

5. Physical appearance.
We should not laugh at the physical appearance of others because they get hurt and try to be aloof always.

6. Language and dialect.
We should not make fun of others’ language and dialect, because it is not ethical and fair. Language and dialect varies from person to person. No one talks exactly the same at all times.

7. Humorous Movies.
People enjoy going to a humorous movie, as they get relaxed for a few hours from their stressful life. So it is fair and ethical to laugh at these humorous movies.

8. Friendly Imitation and mimicry.
When we watch friendly imitation and mimicry. We can have a hearty laugh at it, because the performance is done to entertain the audience.

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Steps to Success

In a certain code ‘extremely’ is written as XKDLDQSWD. Figure out the code and rewrite the following words in the same code.
Answers:

somewhere RNLDVGDQD DQDGVDLNR
mercilessly LDQBHKDRRKX XKRRDKHBQDL
yesterday XDRSDQCZX XZCQDSRDX
seldom RDKCNL LNCKDR
often NESDM MDSEN

Hint: Write the previous letter of the alphabet given in a word and then write the letters in the reverse order.

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Samacheer Kalvi 6th English Solutions Term 3 Supplementary Chapter 2 Brought to Book

Brought to Book Additional Questions

I. Choose the Correct Answers.

Question 1.
‘Let us proceed’, Justice _______ said nodding his head.
(a) Geography
(b) English
(c) Mathematics
(d) Science
Answer:
(c) Mathematics

Question 2.
Her dress was _______
(a) unrecognizable
(b) dirty
(c) stained
(d) wonderful
Answer:
(a) unrecognizable

Question 3.
Tears rolled down Ms. English’s _______
(a) chin
(b) cheeks
(c) nose
(d) eyes
Answer:
(b) cheeks

Question 4.
She told everyone about how Mahesh dropped her _______
(a) carefully
(b) suddenly
(c) abruptly
(d) carelessly
Answer:
(d) carelessly

Question 5.
Mr. Geography stood up shakily and went to the _______.
(a) witness box
(b) Judge
(c) court
(d) school
Answer:
(a) witness box

Question 6.
They looked _______ and the worse for wear.
(a) damaged
(b) battered
(c) worn out
(d) ugly
Answer:
(b) battered

Question 7.
Mahesh _______ him, whenever he got stuck for an answer.
(a) dropped
(b) banged
(c) threw
(d) chewed
Answer:
(d) chewed

Question 8.
He felt really _______ of himself.
(a) ashamed
(b) bad
(c) proud
(d) worried
Answer:
(a) ashamed

Question 9.
Mahesh trembled in his _______
(a) body
(b) shoes
(c) feet
(d) heart
Answer:
(b) shoes

Question 10.
Mahesh looked at her in _______
(a) anxiety
(b) faith
(c) astonishment
(d) admiration

Samacheer Kalvi 6th English Solutions Term 3 Supplementary Chapter 2 Brought to Book

II. Identify The Character / Speaker.

  1. ‘How did it happen?’ – Justice Mathematics
  2. ‘What do you have to say for yourself?’ – Justice Mathematics
  3. ‘My story is quite similar to Ms. English.’ – Mr. Geography
  4. ‘I might as well be a sack of cement.’ – Mr. School Bag
  5. ‘I also want to say something.’ – The young Master Notebook
  6. ‘However, this court is different from – Justice Mathematics
  7. ‘I suggest dragging him around the court room, a dozen times will be a good punishment.’ – Mr. School Bag
  8. ‘You will be late for school! ’ – Mahesh’s mother
  9. He was in bed – Mahesh
  10. ‘I don’t mean to interrupt, your Honour.’ – Ms. English

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III. Read The Following. State True or False.

  1. ‘Everybody disrespected him, even Mahesh
  2. Mahesh chewed his nails nervously.
  3. The audience was stunned, ill treating a delicate creature like Ms. English!
  4. Why had he not listened to his father, who had told him many times to take care of his books.
  5. He was otherwise a good boy and even managed to stay within the first ten ranks in class.
  6. Ms. Geography envied his brother who belongs to Shobitha.
  7. Mahesh withered under his murderous look.
  8. Mr. Pencil Box complained that Mahesh cleaned it only once a week.
  9. He pointed at his pock-marked body for everyone to see.
  10. This did not appeal to all of them.

Answers:

  1. False
  2. True
  3. True
  4. False
  5. False
  6. True
  7. True
  8. False
  9. True
  10. False

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IV. Read the Given Passage And Answer The Questions.

1. “Well”, sniffed Ms. English, “this boy”, she pointed at Mahesh, “brought me home a few months back, but never bothered to cover me properly with the nice brown paper his father had brought”.

Question a.
Who it referred Hera a* ‘this boy’?
Answer:
Mahesh is referred here.

Question b.
What was the charge made against Mahesh by Ms, English?
Answer:
Mahesh had ill-treated her by not covering the book properly.

Question c.
His father never bothered to cover with brown paper. Is It true or falie?
Answer:
False.

2. The Master Notebook got hold over himself and continued, “It started a few weeks back. Mahesh was solving some problems in Mathematics, one of them was tougher than others and he failed to solve it. Can you imagine how he vented his anger? Well, he threw me against the wall!”

Question a.
Who was thrown against the wall?
Answer:
The Master Notebook was thrown against the wall.

Question b.
Who threw Mm?
Answer:
Mahesh threw him against the wall.

Question c.
Why did he throw the Master Notebook?
Answer:
He threw the Master Notebook because he failed to solve some problems in Mathematics.

3. Yes! There was the battered bag on the floor, the books, half on the floor and others stuffed in the bag. But what was this? The English book was lying near his pillow and seemed to smile at him! Mahesh’s mother was astonished to see him rushing through the chores and then sitting down to glue and cover his English book that very morning! Next year Mahesh Kumar got the prize for the ‘BestLooked-After Books’.

Question a.
Why was Mahesh’s mother astonished?
Answer:
Mahesh’s mother was astonished to see her son rushing through the chores, as he was always lazy.

Question b.
What do you mean by the word’chores’?
Answer:
‘Chores’ means a routine duty or task.

Question c.
Where was the English book?
Answer:
The English book was lying near Mahesh’s pillow.

Samacheer Kalvi 6th English Solutions Term 3 Supplementary Chapter 2 Brought to Book

V. Rearrange the Following Jumbled Sentences in the Correct Order.

A.
1. He pushed back the horn rimmed glasses up his nose.
2. Everybody respected him, even Mahesh, so a pin-drop silence fell in the court instantly.
3. He was rapping the hammer for silence in the court.
4. “This has got to stop immediately”, Justice Mathematics said in a stem voice.
5. He glared first at Mahesh and then at the crowd in the court.
Answer:
4, 3,1, 5, 2
4. “This has got to stop immediately”, Justice Mathematics said in a stem voice.
3. He was rapping the hammer for silence in the court.
1. He pushed back the horn rimmed glasses up his nose.
5. He glared first at Mahesh and then at the crowd in the court.
2. Everybody respected him, even Mahesh, so a pin-drop silence fell in the court instantly.

B.
1. They, in turn looked at Mahesh, each and every one of them in terrible anger.
2. He looked at all the bedraggled books and notebooks, pencils and pencil box, and the school bag in the court.
3. However, this court is different from the other courts.
4. Mahesh trembled in his shoes.
5. Here the punishment is decided by the victims and we decide by majority, if the verdicts are more than one.
Answer:
3, 5, 2,1, 4
3. However, this court is different from the other courts.
5. Here the punishment is decided by the victims and we decide by majority, if the verdicts are more than one.
2. He looked at all the bedraggled books and notebooks, pencils and pencil box, and the school bag in the court. •
1. They, in turn looked at Mahesh, each and every one of them in terrible anger.
4. Mahesh trembled in his shoes.

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VI. Paragraph Questions.

Question 1.
Why was the audience stunned? Did Mahesh realize his mistake?
Answer:
The audience was stunned as Ms. English was ill-treated by Mahesh. She wore a pretty dress, when she came to his house. But after a few months, her dress was unrecognizable, covered with ink and grease spots, mercilessly dog-eared and her two comers were chewed away. She looked worn out. Tears rolled down her cheeks. She told everyone how Mahesh dropped her carelessly, stuffed her any how in his crammed bag, sometimes next to the lunch box dripping with oil. Mahesh turned red as many pairs of eyes glared at him. He realised his mistake and wondered why he had not listened to his mother, who had told him many times to take care of his books.

Question 2.
What was pathetic about the young Master Notebook? What was the verdict of the Justice Mathematics?
Answer:
A few weeks back, Mahesh was solving some problems in Mathematics. One of them was tougher than others and he failed to solve it. He vented his anger by throwing the notebook against the wall. It was a pathetic situation to Master notebook. Everyone was shocked and they started talking at once. Justice Mathematics became red with anger, as he banged the hammer loudly. He asked the victims to give him the punishment. The Master notebook, Mr. Pencil, Mr. School bag and Mr. Geography suggested different punishments. But they all agreed to a punishment of jumping on Mahesh together, till he yells for mercy. Even Justice Mathematics got up from his chair to join the gang.

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Brought to Book Summary

This story ‘Brought to book’ written by Madhumita Gupta insists on the proper maintenance of books and note books by the students. Mahesh dreams that he had been taken to the court to be punished for his ill-treatment of his books and notebooks.

The story begins with Justice Mathematics striking the hammer for silence in the court. He glared at Mahesh and the crowd and called for the first witness. Mahesh chewed his nails nervously. Ms. English, the first witness, complained to him that she wore a pink and grey dress, when she came to the house of Mahesh. But at present, she looked unrecognizable, covered with ink, grease spots, mercilessly dog-eared and the two comers chewed away. She looked worn out and tears rolled down her cheeks. She told the judge that Mahesh brought her home a few months back, but never bothered to cover her properly with the nice brown paper, that his father had brought.

Though he was scolded and punished by his teacher for that, he did not bother to rectify himself. He mined her looks by dropping her carelessly, stuffed her anyhow in his crammed bag and sometimes stuffed her next to the lunch box dripping with oil. Listening to all this, Mahesh got worried and realised his mistake of not listening to his mother’s advice to take care of his books. He was otherwise a good boy and even managed to stay within the first five ranks in class. But he was extremely lazy.

Next Mr. Geography complained that he was in a worse condition than Ms. English. He had no cover, the content page was hanging in and the maps were filled mercilessly with colours. He envied his brother who belonged to Shobitha. She handled him neatly. Mr. Pencil box complained that Mahesh never cleaned it. He sometimes chewed him whenever he got stuck for an answer. The school bag complained about his broken straps and buckles. Master Notebook complained that he threw him against the wall, as he failed to solve a problem in Mathematics. So, finally all of them decided to punish him by thrashing him.

When everyone was almost upon him, Ms. English asked the Justice Mathematics to give Mahesh a second chance because that was his first offence and he deserved a little consideration. The others saw reason and slowly backed off. Suddenly he heard his Mother shouting at him to get up. It was a dream. He got up and covered all his books. The following year, Mahesh Kumar got the prize for the “Best Looked-After books”.

Samacheer Kalvi 6th English Solutions Term 3 Supplementary Chapter 1 A Childhood in Malabar: A Memoir

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A. Identify the Character/Speaker.

  1. ‘Why isn’t the snake coming?”
  2. ‘I wonder whether it’s a cyclone.’
  3. ‘I want to see Kutti Oppu.”
  4. ‘Will the house collapse?”
  5. ‘Is she crazy?”

Answers:

  1. Kamala Das
  2. Ammamma
  3. Malathi Kutty
  4. Muthassi
  5. Muthassi

Identify The Character / speaker : Additional

  1. ‘Snakes never come out, when human beings are watching child.’ – Meenakshi Edathi
  2. ‘The sound of it scares me.’ – Ammamma
  3. ‘Have you closed all the small windows’ Kochu?’ – Muthassi
  4. ‘I’ll close them, Amine; I’ll close all of them.’ – Ammamma
  5. ‘She’ll come by dusk.’ – Ammamma
  6. ‘How can you be so foolish, Bala?’ – Ammaman
  7. ‘This rain will never stop.’ – Servant Woman
  8. ‘There’s knee-deep water in the yard now. ’ – Sankaran Nair
  9. ‘We want to swim.’ – Kamala Das
  10. ‘Lie down on this.’ – Sankaran Nair

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B. Write True or False

  1. Droplets of rain glimmered on Ammamma’s face.
  2. Malathi kutty wanted to see Kutti Oppu.
  3. Ammayi comforted Malathi Kutty, when she sobbed.
  4. The coconut palm crashed down due to heavy rain.

Answers:

  1. True
  2. True
  3. False
  4. True

State True or False : Additional

  1. Meenakshi Edathi was fair skinned and young.
  2. Kamala Das began to feel sleepy after lunch.
  3. The seat of the swing that hung from the Ilanji tree fell down.
  4. All of them took shelter in the northern room upstairs as Ammaman’s mother instructed them to do.
  5. Muthassi suggested that they should chant aksharaslokams.
  6. Ammamma gave the children metal dice to play with.
  7. The servant took refuge in the make shift toilet adjacent to the room.
  8. Two dogs were whining in the eastern yard.
  9. Someone seemed to be knocking on the door on the southern side.
  10. In a storm like this, how can we make a difference between a man and a dog?

Answers:

  1. False
  2. True
  3. True
  4. False
  5. False
  6. True
  7. True
  8. False
  9. True
  10. True

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C. Choose the correct answer and write it in the blank.

Question 1.
Meenakshi Edathi was a ________ relative of the Ambazhathel family.
(a) close
(b) distant
(c) real
Answer:
(b) distant

Question 2.
We suddenly heard the sound of the rain from the ________ like a roar
(a) southeast
(b) southwest
(c) northeast
Answer:
(b) southwest

Question 3.
The ________ with four pillars began to overflow.
(a) central hall
(b) southern room
(c) courtyard
Answer:
(a) central hall

Question 4.
________ arrived drenched to the skin.
(a) Ammaman
(b) Cheriamma
(c) Ammayi
Answer:
(c) Ammayi

Question 5.
There was knee-deep water in the ________
(a) courtyard
(b) cowshed
(c) kitchen
Answer:
(a) courtyard

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MCQ : Additional

Question 1.
It was someone’s _____ at Ambazhathel
(a) wedding day
(b) birthday
(c) special day
Answer:
(b) birthday

Question 2.
She had only certain trivial duties to _____
(a) carryout
(b) implement
(c) perform
Answer:
(c) perform

Question 3.
She spent her time _____ around the house and compound.
(a) walking
(b) rushing
(c) running
Answer:
(b) rushing

Question 4.
There were _____ servants to Carry out all other tasks.
(a) several
(b) plenty
(c) innumerable
Answer:
(c) innumerable

Question 5.
The wind tore through the coconut palms in the southern compound with a _____ roar.
(a) scaring
(b) frightening
(c) loud
Answer:
(b) frightening

Question 6.
Using all her force, Ammamma _____ the windows shut.
(a) slammed
(b) pulled
(c) made
Answer:
(a) slammed

Question 7.
She said this room had the strongest _____
(a) roof
(b) ceiling
(c) attic
Answer:
(b) ceiling

Question 8.
Ammamma and the grandmothers sat on the rolled up _____ stacked on the floor.
(a) beds
(b) mats
(c) mattresses
Answer:
(c) mattresses

Question 9.
I put my hand into the water in the .
(a) courtyard
(b) kitchen
(c) centre hall
Answer:
(a) courtyard

Question 10.
We spent the whole night in the room.
(a) northern
(b) southern
(c) eastern
Answer:
(b) southern

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D. Rearrange the following jumbled sentences in the correct order.

  • The dry leaves that had collected around the pond swirled upwards.
  • “Branches shook and the seat of the swing fell down from the ilanji tree.
  • The wind tore through the coconut palms in the southern compound. .
  • Meenakshi Edathi was a dark skinned and middle aged woman.
  • Without Meenakshi Elathi, Ambazhathel family could not have existed happily for a single day.

Answer:

  • Meenakshi Edathi was a dark skinned and middle aged woman.
  • Without Meenakshi Elathi, Ambazhathel family could not have existed happily for a single day.
  • The wind tore through the coconut palms in the southern compound.
  • The dry leaves that had collected around the pond swirled upwards.
  • Branches shook and the seat of the swing fell down from the ilanji tree.

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Rearrange the Following Jumbled Sentences : Additional

A.
1. She had only certain trivial duties to perform.
2. She was dark-skinned and middle aged.
3. Meenakshi Edathi was a distance relative of the Ambazhathel family.
4. Being poor, she was dependent on their generosity.
5. She spent her time, rushing around the house and compound.
Answer:
3, 4, 2, 5, 1
3. Meenakshi Edathi was a distance relative of the Ambazhathel family.
4. Being poor, she was dependent on their generosity.
2. She was dark-skinned and middle aged.
5. She spent her time rushing around the house and compound.
2. She had only certain trivial duties to perform.

B.
1. He was shivering in the cold.
2. Poor thing, he must have come out with Balamani Amma’, said Sankaran.
3. Lie down on this.
4. We looked at thumbi and he looked at us.
5. Sankaran spread a gunny bag on the Verandah.
Answer:
2, 4, 1, 5, 3
2. Poor thing, he must have come out with Balamani Amma’, said Sankaran.
4. We looked at thumbi and he looked at us.
1. He was shivering in the cold.
5. Sankaran spread a gunny bag on the Verandah.
3. Lie down on this.

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E. Find answer for the questions given below, identify the person and write a character sketch about her,

Question 1.
Who was the important person in the Ambazhathel family?
Answer:
Meenakshmi Edathi was the important person in Ambazhathel family.

Question 2.
Why was she considered an important person?
Answer:
She was the only one, who knew how much paddy should be boiled each time to make enough rice for the household or how many mundus had been given to the washerman or when to give medicine to the children. So she was considered an important person.

Question 3.
How did she spend her time?
Answer:
She spent her time rushing around the house and compound, never stopping to rest. Her face constantly wore an expression that asked for forgiveness. She had certain trivial duties to perform.

Question 4.
Describe her appearance and qualities.
Answer:
She was dark-skinned and middle aged. She is busy always and never stops to take rest.

Question 5.
How would the days be without her? –
Answer:
The family of Ambazhathel could not have existed happily for a single day without Meenakshi Edathi.

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Character Sketch of Meenakshi Edathi

Meenakshi Edathi was a distant relative of the Ambazhathel family. Being poor, she was dependent on their generosity. She was dark-skinned and a middle-aged person. She spent her time, rushing around the house and compound, never stopping to rest. Her face always wore an expression that asked for forgiveness. She had certain trivial duties to perform like welcoming the priest with an offering of paddy, lighting all the lamps at dusk, churning the curd and taking out the butter for children and drawing designs with rice batter on the door on the day of the Nira festival. The Ambazhathel family could not have existed happily for a single day without Meenakshi, as she was the only one, who knew how much paddy should be boiled each time to make enough rice for the members of the household or how many mundus had been given to the washerman or when to give medicine to the children.

F. Think and Answer.

Question 1.
Imagine that you are caught on a stormy day. How will you manage the situation?
Answer:
One day, I was in school. At about 2 p.m., the school gave over, as there was a weather forecast expecting a storm in the evening after 5 p.m. The students were allowed to go home, only after their parents came to pick them up. My mother, due to some problem, came to pick me up only after 4.30 p.m. It was a long way to go to our home. We travelled half way by a bus and then got down to take another bus. By then, the storm had started. The wind blew hard on us. We had to take shelter in a bus terminus. It rained heavily. We couldn’t step out of the bus terminus for nearly two hours. Then we came out. It was still raining. There was water upto our knees. My mother gave a call to my father asking him to come there. He hired a car and picked us up. We reached home safely at 8 p.m.

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Project

G. Make a fact file on how do we use these resources in our day-to-day life.

  • Solar energy
  • Wind energy
  • Hydro energy

Answer:
Solar Energy

Many scientist believe that solar energy is the future fuel. To cut down electricity bills, we should use solar energy. You can choose a full solar electrical system and completely remove yourself from the local power supply company. Solar systems can heat the water in your homes to fill your hot-water tank. Almost every electronic device that contains GPS or receives information via satellite such as cell phones, use some of the oldest solar technology around. Satellites that link us to most mass forms of media directly or indirectly use the sun’s rays to power them.

Wind Energy

The earth is a source of many forms of energy such as hydro, biomass, nuclear and geothermal. Wind energy is a source of energy which is free, very abundant and environment friendly. Wind turbines are one of the power generating devices, which utilize wind energy to generate power. This electricity is used to run electric devices and or stored in the batteries. Many countries use wind energy to power a pump water from the ground. The wind energy is also used to power the sailing ships in the sea. A more enjoyable use to wind energy is for sports and activities that rely on the power of wind.

Hydro Energy

Like wind energy, Hydro energy is mostly used for electricity generation and accounts for almost 20% of the total global electricity production. Hydro- power is also used to store energy. Hydro electricity is one of the cheapest and non-polluting sources of power. It is much more reliable than wind and solar power. The most common type of hydro-electric power plant uses a dam on a river to store water in a reservoir. Water released from the reservoir flows through a turbine, spinning it, which in turn activates a generator to produce electricity.

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Connecting To Self

H. Fill in the table given below.

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I. During winter season many of us fall sick and suffer from cold, cough and fever. Put a (✓) for the things you will do to keep fit.

  1. Drink cold water. [×]
  2. Eat home-cooked food. [✓]
  3. I will visit the doctor. [✓]
  4. Never wash my hands. [×]
  5. I will take medicine and rest. [✓]

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J. Tick the correct word for the given icon.

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Answer:
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Steps to Success

K. Relate the sentences with weather / climate / season and write the suitable word in the blanks.

  1. forecast is useful for farmers, fishermen, and navigators.
  2. The _______ of a place is permanent in nature.
  3. India has a tropical monsoon _______
  4. Spring, Summer, autumn and winter are the four _______
  5. Global warming is a change in the world’s _______
  6. Satellite photographs help us predict tomorrow’s _______
  7. Spring is my favourite _______

Answers:

  1. Weather
  2. climate
  3. climate
  4. seasons
  5. climate
  6. weather forecast
  7. season

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A Childhood in Malabar: A Memoir Additional Questions

I. Read the Passage and Answer the Questions.

1. It was someone’s birthday at Ambazhathel I’m not sure whose – the day there was a cyclone. Ettan, my elder brother, and I were invited to the feast there that day. Malathikutty took us to the serpent shrine before lunch. We watched Meenakshi Edathi setting out turmeric, milk and bananas for the snakes.

Question a.
Who were invited to the feast?
Answer:
Kamala Das and her elder brother were invited to the feast.

Question b.
Where did Maiathi Kutty take them?
Answer:
She took them to the serpent shrine.

Question c.
What was the feast mentioned here?
Answer:
It was someone’s birthday at Ambazhathel.

2. I began to feel sleepy after lunch. Malathikutty came back with us to Nalapat. Barely an hour after we got home, we heard the sound of the gale. The wind tore through the coconut palms in the southern compound with a frightening roar. The dry leaves that had collected around the pond swirled upwards belligerently. Branches shook.

Question a.
Who came back to Nalapat?
Answer:
Maiathi Kutty came back to Nalapat.

Question b.
When did they hear the sound of a gale?
Answer:
Barely an hour after they got home, they heard the sound of the gale.

Question c.
What had collected around the pond?
Answer:
The dry leaves had collected around the pond.

3. She said this room had the strongest ceiling, The thekkini was flooded and the water that had collected in the sunken courtyard of the nalukettu, the central hall with four wooden pillars, began to overflow. Ammaman and all of us sat on the bed.

Question a.
Whit was flooded with water?
Answer:
Thekkini was flooded with water.

Question b.
How many pillars had the central hall?
Answer:
It had four wooden pillars.

Question c.
What Is nalukettu?
Answer:
Nalukettu is the central hall.

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4. Cheriamma suggested that we chant aksharaslokams to forget our fear : each one of us would have to recite a verse and the next person would follow with a verse that began with the first letter of the third line of the quatrain that had just been chanted. No one volunteered, though. So Cheriamma recited from Vallathol’s Imprisoned Aniruddhan.

Question a.
Who suggested to chant aksharaslokams?
Answer:
Cheriamma suggested to chant Aksharaslokams.

Question b.
Did anyone volunteer to chant?
Answer:
No one volunteered to chant the slokams.

Question c.
What did Cheriamma recite?
Answer:
Cheriamma recited from Vallathol’s Imprisoned Aniruddhan.

5. It was the sound of a pleading voice saying ‘Please open the gate’ that actually woke me. A young man stood smiling in the waist-high water at the gate. ‘I’m from Vadekkara. Is everyone here all right? ‘Yes,’ said Ammamma.’ We’ve had no casualties. How did you come, Balan?’ ‘I started out at daybreak and waded through the water’.

Question a.
Prom where did the young man corrti?
Answer:
The young man came from Vadekkara.

Question b.
What was his name?
Answer:
His name was Balan.

Question c.
What is meant by casualty?
Answer:
Casualty means a person who is injured.

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II. Paragraph Questions.

Question 1.
what happened as soon as the storm started?
Ans:
When Kamala Das and her elder brother came home, they heard the sound of the gale within an hour. The wind tore through the coconut palms in the southern compound with a frightening roar. The dry leaves that had collected around the pond swirled upwards aggressively. Branches shook and the seat of the swing that hung from the ilanji tree fell down. The lights grew dim. A cocount palm crashed down due to this heavy rain. Thekkini and the central hall were flooded with water.

Question 2.
whit precautions mm taken by the immstes of the Ambeihathel family during the heavy rain?
Answer:
Ammamma asked the children to sit upstairs in the middle room and gave them a metal dice to play with. Since the lights had grown dim, she lit a brass lamp as well. Muthassi called out to Ammamma to close all the small windows immediately. Using all her force, Ammamma slammed the windows shut. She insisted that all of them should say their prayers and sit quietly. They took shelter in the southern room downstairs. They sat on the bed and mattresses. The servant woman took refuge in the makeshift toilet adjacent to the room.

Question 3.
who was knocking on the dour on the southern fide? Why?
Answer:
A dog was knocking on the door on the southern side. Sankaran Nair opened the door. The dog stood on the verandah, dripping wet. He was Thumbi, the black and white pet dog from Ambazhathel. He was fully drenched and shivering in the cold. Sankaran spread a gunny bag on the verandah for Thumbi to lie down and said that we can’t make a difference between a man and dog in a storm like that. Thumbi lay down on the gunny bag and looked contentedly at Kamala and her brother.

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A Childhood in Malabar: A Memoir Summary

This story, written by Kamala Das recounts the incident of a stormy day at her grand parents’ house in the village of Kerala. Kamala Das and her elder brother were invited to the feast of someone’s birthday at Ambazhathel. They were taken to the serpent shrine by Malathi Kutty. There, they saw Meenakshi Edathi. She was a distant relative of the Ambazhathel family. She was setting out turmeric, milk and bananas for the snakes.

Being poor, she was dependent on their generosity. A middle aged person, Meenakshi spent her time rushing around the house and compound, doing certain trivial duties. But the family of Ambazhathel could not have existed happily for a single day without Meenakshi, as she was the only one, who knew about the needs of the inmates of the family.

After lunch, they returned home to Nalapat along with Malathi Kutty. Within an hour, they heard the sound of a gale. The wind tore through the cocount palms, dry leaves swirled upwards, branches shook ahd the seat of the swing fell down, due to this gale. Kamala Das’ grandmother, (Ammamma) asked all of them to sit down in the upstairs middle room and gave them a metal dice to play with.

Her father’s mother (Muthassi) ordered to close all the small windows. The sound of the rain was like the roar of a vast crowd of people. Malathi Kutty insisted that she wanted to go to Ambazhathel and see Kutti Oppu. Ammamma tried to comfort her that she will send her as soon as the storm stopped. The backyard was flooded and the water had also collected in the Central Hall. They all sat on their beds and mattresses. Just then, Ammayi arrived, drenched to the skin. Cheriamma suggested that they can chant akshara slokans to forget their fear.

As soon as Ammaman and Ammayi went upstairs, the servant woman started wailing and hitting her head with her hands. She was worried about her family members. Muthassi and Ammamma comforted her and said that she could go home the next day, as soon as the rain stopped. All of them, heard the trees crashing to the ground and a dog whining in the western yard. Sankaran Nair told them that there was knee-deep water in the courtyard.

Thumbi, their pet dog was also drenched and was shivering in the cold. Sankaran spread a gunny bag for Thumbi to lie down. All of them spent the whole night in the southern room. When they woke up, the rain had stopped. A young man from Vadekkara came to check whether all are safe. He told them that he started out at day break and waded through the water. On his way, he saw the collapsed huts and trees, dead fowls and dead goats floating in the water. When Kamala Das enquired the young man whether anyone had sent them Murukkus or dates, her grandmother corrected her saying that was not the time to ask for all those things. Kamala hung her head ashamed.

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Listening

Listen to your teacher read a description of the character from the story. Identify the character based on your understanding and write the name in the space provided. Number the characters in sequence as they appear in the story.
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Speaking

Imagine you are Mowgli. Which animal would you befriend? What kind of adventure would you like in the forest? Make use of the hints below to talk about it.

  • Hi, I’m Mowgli, The only human being living in the jungle.
  • I have been raised by a pack of wolves, in an Indian forest.
  • I go and hunt with my friends for food.
  • My close buddy is a bear.
  • His name is Baloo.
  • He / She guides and accompanies me wherever I go. He comes along with me while I play, hunt and search for food.
  • We enjoy loitering in the jungle by going hand in hand all the way.
  • The jungle where we live is cool and pleasant.
  • On the whole, I am lucky to stay here with my friends and well-wishers.

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Reading

Read scene I of the play carefully and answer the questions below.

Question 1.
list the characters that appear in the scene. What human characteristics do they exhibit?
Answer:
The characters that appear in the scene are Tabaqui, (the Jackal), Mother Wolf and Father Wolf. The human characteristics exhibited by these characters are :

  1. Father Wolf – responsible
  2. Mother Wolf – protective of her cubs
  3. Tabaqui – spiteful and cunning

Question 2.
The scene is set inside a thick forest and it is nearing dusk. Relate this time frame with the behaviour of the animals in the forest.
Answer:
Father Wolf takes rest in the day time and gets ready for his hunt. Mother Wolf protects her cubs by dropping them into the mouth of the cave. Tabaqui also hunts for food at that hour of the day. But he is spiteful and cunning.

Question 3.
Dkllhbaqui receive a warm welcome from the pack of wolves? How do you know?
Answer:
No. Tabaqui did not receive a warm welcome from the pack of wolves, as they were uncomfortable.

Question 4.
Tabaqui acts as _____ to the pack of wolves.
(a) a guard
(b) a friend
(c) a messenger
(d) an enemy
Answer:
(c) a messenger

Question 5.
Whom does Mother Wolf talk about? How does she describe him?
Answer:
Mother Wolf talked about Shere Khan. She said that Shere Khan’s mother called him Lungri (the Lame One), as he had been lame in one foot from his birth. That is why he had only killed cattle. As the villagers of Waingunga were angry with him, he had come to Seeonee Hills to make their villagers angry.

Question 6.
Who is about to go on a hunt? Do the wolves panicon his arrival? Explain.
Answer:
Shere Khan is about to go on a hunt. The wolves did not panic on his arrival, and they were brave enough to confront him and set him on fire.

Question 7.
Match the following

S. No. Character Trait
a. Father Wolf (i) with a grey nose…feeds her four cubs
b. Tabaqui (ii) the big one from Waingunga River with a lame foot
c. Mother Wolf (iii) the chief of the Wolves
d. Shere Khan (iv) begs for meat and thanks for the meal / warns the wolves about the arrival of Shere Khan

Answer:
a. (iii)
b. (iv)
c. (i)
d. (ii)

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Writing

Imagine a conversation among your friends about the four characters’ in the play Tabaqui, Shere Khan, Mother Wolf and Father Wolf. Use the hints to write it.

  • The character’s entry in the play.
  • Compare and contrast their character traits.
  • The reaction of the characters on seeing the man cub.

Answer:
In scene one, Mother Wolf and Father Wolf enter. Father Wolf gets ready to hunt and Mother Wolf takes protective measures by dropping the cubs into the mouth of the cave. Tabaqui, the Jackal enters from the downhill towards Father Wolf and asks for a meal. It flatters the cubs of the Wolf and warns everyone about Shere Khan, who is going to hunt among those hills for the next moon.

Father Wolf gets angry on hearing about Shere Khan and his hunt among the hills. But Mother Wolf speaks quietly and tells all what she knows about Shere Khan. Tabaqui, who comes there as a messenger to inform about the hunt of Shere Khan, goes away quietly.

Among the bushes, they see a man-cub-holding on a low branch. Mother Wolf gets excited to have him in their midst. She thinks of rearing him along with her cubs, though Father Wolf was a bit hesitant. Shere Khan and Tabaqui come in search of the baby. They see that the man-cub had gone into the mouth of the cave and asks Father Wolf to give the baby to them. But Father Wolf sternly says that the man-cub belonged to them. When Shere Khan roars angrily at this, Mother Wolf springs forward, facing Shere Khan bravely. She says that the man-cub is hers. He shall live to run and hunt with the pack. In the end, he will hunt Shere Khan. So Shere Khan backs out growling that the man-cub will come to him one day.

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Grammar

Let’s Recall

I. Read the situation given. Write the response of the subject in a sentence. Tick the correct box to identify the kind of sentences.
D – Declarative; In – interrogative; E – Exclamatory; Im – Imperative

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II. Look at the pictures given below. Arrange the jumbled words into a sentence. Write the sequence of the sentences according to the pictures in the blanks given. Pick the adjectives from the sentences and write them below the picture.
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  1. order/a yummy, round and big cake/her parents
  2. her/a wonderful doll/present/Madhu’s friends/with
  3. which falls on Sunday/for her birthday celebration/ Madhu/her close friends/invites
  4. welcome/she and her parents/with a broad smile/their/ guests
  5. enjoyed the day/felt/happy and/Madhu and her parents
  6. the house with colourful balloons/her parents/to decorate/and attractive cartoon
  7. pink/Madhu/frock/wears/on her/birthday/a long.

Answer:

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  1. Madhu invites her close friends for her birthday celebration which falls on Sunday.
  2. Her parents decorate the house with colourful balloons and attractive cartoon.
  3. Her parents order a yummy, round and big cake.
  4. Madhu wears a long, pink frock on her birthday.
  5. She and her parents welcome their guests with a broad smile.
  6. Madhu’s friends present her with a wonder full doll.
  7. Madhu and her parents felt happ and enjoyed the day.

III. Frame as many sentences as possible from the substitution table given below.
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Answer:
Example : I enjoy playing badminton and carrom daily.

  1. We prefer playing kabaddi and table tennis usually.
  2. We love watching cricket and squash often.
  3. I hate watching kho-kho and fencing daily.
  4. I love coaching hockey or table-tennis generally.
  5. I wish playing basketball and chess often.
  6. They dislike watching football and fencing sometimes.
  7. We enjoy playing badminton or table-tennis everyday.
  8. They like watching tennis or squash occasionally.
  9. Samritha enjoys watching kabaddi and chess often.
  10. Kavish likes playing badminton and table-tennis rarely.
  11. Samritha prefers watching kho-kho or fencing daily.
  12. Kavish hates coaching basketball or squash sometimes.

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IV. Head the sentence, insert appropriate articles In the blanks and circle the noun phrase.

Question 1.
Sujatha is reading _______ interesting story in the library.
Answer:
Sujatha is reading an ( interesting story in the library.

Question 2.
Vishal drew _______ wonderful picture on the board yesterday.
Answer:
Vishal drew a (wonderful picture) on the board yesterday.

Question 3.
Srinath and Sandhya were bored at ________ awful concert.
Answer:
Srinath and Sandhya were bored at an (awful concert)

Question 4.
Purvaja ate _______ salad of raw ve etables for dinner.
Answer:
Purvaja ate a salad of (raw vegetables) for dinner.

Question 5.
Suresh was astonished to see _______ huge statue.
Answer:
Suresh was astonished to see the (huge statue)

Question 6.
The child was playing with _______ yellow balloon.
Answer:
The child was playing with a (Yellow balloon)

V. Complete the dialogue by using suitable adjectives in the blanks.

Sinduja : Hi! Venkat. Hope you received the message about our school’s sports day.
Venkat : Hmmm ..! Yes… I was the first one to enrol my name in the events.
Sinduja : So, tell me for how many events have you enrolled?
Venkat : I have enrolled myself only in a few events.
Sinduja : What are they?
Venkat : As I am tall, I have given my name for long jump and running events.
Sinduja : That’s excellent to hear.
Venkat : What about you, Sinduja?
Sinduja : I have decided to participate in all the events.
Venkat : Hey!! That’s good. Expecting the best from you.
Sinduja : Thank you so much Venkat. Wish you the same. Let’s rock.

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Project

Read the story given below and follow the instructions to convert it into a play.
Answer:
Title : Goldilocks and the three bears
Characters :

  1. A little girl named Goldilocks
  2. Papa bear
  3. Mama bear
  4. Baby bear
  5. Narrator

Scene – I

Narrator : A little girl named Goldilocks went for a walk in the forest. On her way, she came upon a house. She knocked at the door, but no one answered. So she walked right in. She found three bowls of porridge in the kitchen.
Goldilocks : I’m very hungry. Let me taste this porridge from the first bowl.
Narrator : She tasted the porridge from the first bowl.
Goldilocks : ‘Ouch! This porridge is too hot! ’
Narrator : She tasted the porridge from the second bowl.
Goldilocks : This porridge is too cold.
Narrator : She tasted the last bowl of porridge.
Goldilocks : Ahhh, this porridge is just right.
Narrator : She ate it all up happily. She was feeling a little tired. So she walked into the living room where she saw three chairs. She sat in the first chair to rest her feet.
Goldilocks : This chair is too big.
Narrator : She sat in the second chair.
Goldilocks : This chair is too big too!
Narrator : She whined and tried the last smallest chair.
Goldilocks : Ahhh, this chair is just right.
Narrator : But just as she settled down into the chair to rest, it broke into pieces.

Scene – II

Narrator : Goldilocks was very tired by this time. So she went upstairs to the bedroom.She tried all the beds and as the two beds were hard, she choose the smaller bed, which was soft. She laid down on it and at last, she fell asleep. As she was sleeping, the three bears, who lived in that house, came home.
Papa bear : Someone’s been eating my porridge.
Mama bear : Yes, someone had tasted my porridge.
Baby bear : Someone had eaten all my porridge.
Papa bear : Someone’s been sitting in my chair.
Mama bear : Someone’s been sitting in my chair too.
Baby bear : Someone’s been Sitting in my chair and they’ve broken it all to pieces.
Narrator : They decided to look around some more and when they got upstairs to the
bedroom, Papa bear growled.
Papa bear : Someone’s been sleeping in my bed.
Mama bear : Someone has been sleeping in my bed too.
Baby bear : Someone is still sleeping on my bed.
Narrator : Just then Goldilocks woke up and saw the three bears. She screamed.
Goldilocks : Help! Help!

She jumped up and ran out of the room. She ran down the stairs, opened the door and ran away into the forest. And she never returned to the home of the three bears.

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The Jungle Book Additional Questions

I. Select The Suitable Synonyms.

Question 1.
tumbling
(a) rolling
(b) screaming
(c) falling down
Answer:
(c) falling down

Question 2.
spiteful
(a) hateful
(b) smiling
(c) sorrowful
Answer:
(a) hatefull

Question 3.
mean
(a) kind
(b) clever
(c) unkind
Answer:
(c) unkinds

Question 4.
Scour
(a) Clean
(b) destroy
(c) burn
Answer:
(c) clean

Question 5.
bucks
(a) leopards
(b) deer
(c) Wolves
Answer:
(b) deer

Question 6.
bewilders
(a) frightens
(b) wakes
(c) confuses
Answer:
(c) confuses

Question 7.
mangy
(a) shabby
(b) weak
(c) tired
Answer:
(a) shabby

Question 8.
howl
(a) shout
(b) the cry of a wolf or dog
(c) sound
Answer:
(b) the cry of a wolf or dog bound

Question 9.
bound
(a) leap
(b) walk
(c) stride
Answer:
(a) leap

Question 10.
fostering
(a) neglecting
(b) taking care of
(c) destroying
Answer:
(b) taking care of

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II. Select The Suitable Antonyms.

Question 1.
rest
(a) leisure
(b) sleep
(c) work
Answer:
(c) work

Question 2.
noble
(a) ignoble
(b) gentle
(c) dignified
Answer:
(a) ignoble

Question 3.
dry
(a) wet
(b) warm
(c) arid
Answer:
(a) wet

Question 4.
near
(a) far
(b) close to
(c) next to
Answer:
(a) far

Question 5.
nothing
(a) anything
(b) something
(c) the whole thing
Answer:
(b) something

Question 6.
grateful
(a) thankful
(b) ungrateful
(c) thoughtful
Answer:
(b) ungreateful

Question 7.
fool
(a) wise
(b) idiot
(c) block head
Answer:
(a) wise

Question 8.
never
(a) always
(b) not at all
(c) not ever
Answer:
(a) always

Question 9.
weakest
(a) poorest
(b) cheapest
(c) strongest
Answer:
(c) strongest

Question 10.
louder
(a) stronger
(b) softer
(c) heavier
Answer:
(b) softer

Question 11.
laughed
(a) giggled
(b) smiled
(c) cried
Answer:
(d) cried

Question 12.
bold
(a) brave
(b) bright
(c) timid
Answer:
(c) timid

Question 13.
warm
(a) sunny
(b) cold
(c) pleasant
Answer:
(b) cold

Question 14.
narrow
(a) cramped
(b) broad
(c) tight
Answer:
(b) broad

Question 15.
gravely
(a) seriously
(b) badly
(c) cheerfully
Answer:
(c) cheerfully

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III. Choose The Correct Answer

Question 1.
The Scene I opens in the ________ Hills.
(a) Spring down
(b) Seeonee
(c) Jungle
(d) Forest
Answer:
(b) Seeonee

Question 2.
Shere Khan was the tiger, who lived near the Waingunga river ________ miles away.
(a) ten
(b) thirty
(c) twenty
(d) five
Answer:
(c) twenty

Question 3.
I have to kill for ________ these days.
(a) three
(b) five
(c) four
(d) two
Answer:
(d) two

Question 4.
That is why he has only killed ________
(a) horses
(b) cattle
(c) leopards
(d) elephants
Answer:
(b) cattle

Question 5.
Are there not enough ________ and Man and on our ground too!
(a) beetles
(b) spiders
(c) butterflies
(d) bucks
Answer:
(a) beetles

Question 6.
Then there was a howl – an untigerish howl – from ________
(a) Mother Wolf
(b) Father Wolf
(c) Tabaqui
(c) Shere Khan
Answer:
(d) Shere Khan

Question 7.
The fool had no more sense than to jump at a campfire and burned his ________
(a) legs
(b) hands
(c) feet
(d) face
Answer:
(c) feet

Question 8.
They take ________ from the Head of the pack.
(a) orders
(b) food
(c) calls
(d) compliments
Answer:
(a) orders

Question 9.
Each dog barks in his own ________
(a) kennel
(b) yard
(c) place
(d) habitat
Answer:
(b) yard

Question 10.
The cub must be shown to the ________
(a) parents
(b) head
(c) pack
(d) wolves
Answer:
(c) pack

IV. Very Short Answer Questions.

Question 1.
What was the time, when the scene opens?
Answer:
It was seven o’clock in the evening.

Question 2.
How was the nose of Mother wolf?
Answer:
It was a big grey nose.

Question 3.
How many cubs did the Mother wolf had?
Answer:
She had four cubs.

Question 4.
Who was Tabaqui?
Answer:
Tabaqui was a Jackal, the only friend of Shere Khan and also messenger to him.

Question 5.
Where did Shere Khan live?
Answer:
It lived near the Waingunga River, twenty miles away from Seeonee Hills.

Question 6.
By what name does Shere Khan’s call him?
Answer:
Shere Khan’s mother called him Lungri (the Lame One).

Question 7.
Why does she call him so?
Answer:
She called him so because he had been lame in one foot from his birth.

Question 8.
Where was the valley?
Answer:
The Valley was below the Seeonee Hills, and it ran down a little river.

Question 9.
Who jumped into the wood cutter’s campfire?
Answer:
Shere Khan jumped into the wood cutter’s fire.

Question 10.
What was the baby doing?
Answer:
The baby was pushing his way between the cubs to get close to the warm hide.

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V. Short Answer Questions.

Question 1.
As soon as Father Wolf wakes up, what does he do?
Answer:
As soon as Father Wolf wakes up, he releases and spreads out his paws one after the other to make himself ready for the hunt.

Question 2.
Where did Mother Wolf drop her cubs?
Answer:
Mother Wolf dropped her four tumbling and squealing cubs into the mouth of the cave, where they all live.

Question 3.
What does the Jackal say about the young ones of the wolf?
Answer:
It praised them saying that they are beautiful, noble and young, with large eyes.

Question 4.
Where does Shere Khan shift his hunting ground?
Answer:
Shere Khan had shifted his hunting grounds to Seeonee Hills for the next moon.

Question 5.
What was the law of the jungle according to Father Wolf?
Answer:
The law of the jungle, forbids Shere Khan to change his quarters without due warning. ‘

Question 6.
To what did the whine of the Shere Khan had changed?
Answer:
The whine of Shere Khan had changed to a sort of humming purr that seemed to come from every quarter of the compass. ‘

Question 7.
How did the noise of Shere Khan affect the wood cutters and gypsies?
Answer:
The noise of Shere Khan bewildered the wood cutters and gypsies, sleeping in the open and makes them run sometimes into the very mouth of the tiger.

Question 8.
Describe the man-cub who came to the wolf’s cave.
Answer:
The man-cub was a naked baby, who could just walk and looked soft and as dimpled a little atom as ever came to a wolf’s cave at night.

Question 9.
How did Mother Wolf face Shere Khan?
Answer:
Mother Wolf shook herself clear of the cubs and sprang forward. Her eyes were , like the two green moons in the darkness. She faced the blazing eyes of Shere Khan bravely.

Question 10.
What was the name given to the man cub? What does it mean?
Answer:
Mother Wolf named the man-cub as ‘Mowgli’. It means the little frog.

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VI. Paragraph Questions and Answers.

Question 1.
What do you know about The Jungle Book*?
Answer:
The Jungle Book was written by Rudyard Kipling. The book has attracted audiences of all ages for its plot structure and characters. Children especially enjoy this story, as it deals with the early childhood of a boy in the midest of wild animals in the forest. It has many episodes such as the acceptance of Mowgli by the pack of wolves, the friendship between Bagheera, the black panther and Mowgli. Bagheera serves as a friend, protector and mentor to the man-cub. It has also episodes of Mowgli’s adventurous trips in the jungle with Baloo, the bear and the fight between Mowgli and the monkey’s gang. Mowgli was forced to leave the jungle. But after sometime, he decides to return to the jungle and lives there.

Question 2.
Explain In detail about the law of the Jungle.
Answer:
The law of the Jungle, which never orders anything without a reason, forbids every beast to eat Man, except when he is killing to show his children how to kill and then he must hunt outside the hunting grounds of his pack or tribe. The real reason for this is that Man-killing means, sooner or later, the arrival of men on elephants with guns and rockets and torches. Then everybody in the jungle suffers. The reasons the beasts give among themselves is that Man is the weakest and most defenceless of all living things.

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Grammar – Additional

Kinds of Sentences

The sentence is the basic unit of grammar. It must begin with a capital letter and usually end with a full stop. It must make complete sense. It must have a subject and a finite verb. It is of four types.

1. Declarative Sentences
These,are statements. They state facts, report events or describe things.

  • P.T. Usha ran the race.
  • Birds fly.

2. Interrogative Sentences
These are questions. They begin with words like who, v^tich, what, why, how, where, when etc. We put a question mark at the end.

  • Why did it happen?
  • Did you do it?
  • How are you?

3. Exclamatory Sentences
These express surprise, admiration, sorrow etc.
They close with exlamation marks (!)

  • What a fast runner Carl Lewis is!
  • Amazing, he got the first prize!
  • What a pity, India did not win the World Cup!

4. Imperative Sentences
These give orders.

  • Shut the door.
  • Clean the room.
  • Get me some water.

Noun Phrase

Noun phrase is a noun or any words in the sentence that modify it. Words that can modify nouns include articles, adjectives, participles and possessive pronouns. A noun phrase can be a single word (just the noun) or more than one word.

Eg. (1) a yellow house, (2) the glistening snow.

  • Karen lives in the yellow house.
  • The glistening snow covered the field.
  • The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.
  • The end of the season is hard for some athletes.
  • A sailor’s best friend is a wide open sea.

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I. Read the situation given, write the response of the subject in a sentence.

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II. Arrange the jumbled words into a sentence and pick out adjectives.

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III. Read the sentence, insert appropriate articles in the blanks and circle the noun phrases.

Question 1.
I hope to win _______ first prize.
Answer:
I hope to win the first prize

Question 2.
I tried to solve _______ difficult puzzle.
Answer:
I tried to solve a (diffcult puzzle)

Question 3.
This is _______ amazing story.
Answer:
This is an (amazing story)

Question 4.
He sings _______ melancholic song.
Answer:
He sings a (melancholic song)

Question 5.
The accused refused to answer _______ expected questions.
Answer:
The accused refused to answer the expected questions

Question 6.
We reached _______ shore temple af 10 a.m.
Answer:
We reached the shore temple af 10 a.m.

Question 7.
It was _______ unpleasant experience
Answer:
It was an unpleasant experience

Question 8.
My teacher explained the lesson with _______ beautiful diagram.
Answer:
My teacher explained the lesson with a beautiful diagram

Question 9.
We reached home, after visiting _______ wonderful beach resort.
Answer:
We reached home, after visiting the wonderful beach resort

Question 10.
My mother gave me _______ set of story books as my birthday present.
Answer:
My mother gave me a (set of story books) as my birthday present.

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IV. Complete the dialogue by using, suitab’e adjectives in the blanks.

Ravi : I like your new refrigerator.
Mahesh : Why? Is it big?
Ravi : It’s very big and very modern.
Mahesh : I still have my old refrigerator?
Ravi : You do. But it’s very small
Mahesh : Do you want to buy it?
Ravi : Oh no! I would like to buy a new one. But I’ll find out, if anyone wants the old one.
Mahesh : Thank you. It is in good condition as it well maintained.

Textual Activities

Warm Up

Look at the pictures given below and talk about their habitat (living place, food, family, etc, )
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Answer:
Every living organism has- a habitat. Habitats vary greatly from organism to organism, because all living things have different needs for survival. A human being needs a beautiful house to live in. He needs good healthy food and a loving family around him. Most people prefer to live in cities.

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Animals like Tigers, Lions and Monkeys live in the forests or jungles. They are happy to be in their habitat instead of being caught and kept in zoos. Lions live generally in western India and African Savannah, where the forest is not so dense. These grasslands invite a lot of herbivores to come there and be hunted by the lions. Gorillas thrive in the tropical and sub-tropical forests that run along the equatorial belt. Abundant and green vegetation is the main characteristic of the gorilla habitat. Gorillas form a family of 15-20 consisting of adults and kids and live peacefully.

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The Jungle Book Summary

Section I

The Jungle book was written by Rudyard Kipling. Children enjoy this story, as it deals with the early childhood of a boy in the midst of wild animals in the forest. The characters in this story are Father Wolf, Mother Wolf, Tabaqui (the Jackal), Shere Khan (the Tiger), Man’s Cub (Mowgli), Wolf’s Cubs and the Narrator.

The scene opens in the Seeonee Hills. It was seven o’clock in the evening. There were no stars in the sky. It was utter darkness in the forest. Father Wolf woke up from his day’s rest and got ready for the hunt. Mother Wolf dropped her four tumbling cubs into the mouth of the cave, where they all live. Father Wolf moved down to spring downhill, where he meets Tabaqui, the jackal. He informed the Father Wolf and the Mother Wolf that Shere Khan had shifted his hunting grounds.

So he had told Tabaqui that he will hunt among those hills for the next moon. Shere Khan was the Tiger, who lived near the Waingunga river, twenty miles away from the Seeonee Hills. Father Wolf got angry and told that he had no right to come there and change his quarters with due warning. Mother Wolf told them that since Shere Khan had been lame in one foot right from his birth, his mother called him Lungri (the Lamd One). The villagers of the Waingunga were angry with him and he had come there to make their villagers angry. She said that they must run away by setting fire on Shere Khan. Hearing this, the Jackal moved away saying that they can hear Shere Khan below in the forest.

Section II

Father Wolf listened to the dry, angry whine of a tiger, who has caught nothing. Father Wolf called Shere Khan a fool to begin a night’s work with that noise. Mother Wolf told him that Shere Khan intends to hunt a man and not any other animal. The whine of the Shere Khan had changed to a sort of humming purr that seemed to come from every quarter of the compass. It was the noise that frightened everyone in the jungle.

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Section III

The law of the jungle never orders anything without a reason, forbids every beast to eat man, except when he is killing to show his children how to kill and then he must hunt outside the hunting grounds of his pack or tribe. The purr grew louder and there was an untigerish howl from Shere Khan. He howled because he had burnt his feet, as he accidently jumped into a woodcutter’s campfire. The bushes rustled a little in the forest and so Father Wolf was ready for his leap. When he saw a Man’s cub, he stopped to leap at him. This naked baby looked up into Father’s Wolf’s face and laughed.

The baby pushed his way between the cubs to get close to the warm hide. Mother Wolf was happy to have the man’s cub with them. Shere Khan came to the entrance and asked for the baby. The mouth of the cave was too narrow for a tiger to go into it. The Mother Wolf came forward facing Shere Khan bravely. She said that the Man’s cub belonged to her. He would live with them and in the end would hunt Shere Khan. Father Wolf looked amazed at the courage of Mother Wolf. Shere Khan backed out of the cave growling and insisting that the man club belonged to him.

Section IV

Mother Wolf threw herself down panting among the cubs, and when Father Wolf asks her whether she wanted to keep the Man-cub, she said that she would keep him with her cubs. Shere Khan would have killed him, if she had let him out. She named him as ‘Mowgli’ the little Frog and told him that he had to hunt Shere Khan, as he had hunted him.

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Question 1.
3 : 5 :: ____
Solution:
6 : 10

Question 2.
Moni walks 6 km in an hour while Vimala walks 4 km in an hour. What is the ratio of the distance covered by Moni to the distance covered by Vimala?
Solution:
Distance covered by Moni in 1 hour = 6 km
Distance covered by Vimala in 1 hour = 4 km.
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The required ratio = 3 : 2

Question 3.
In a school there were 75 holidays in one year. What is the ratio of the number of holidays to the number of days in one year.
Solution:
Given the number of holidays = 75.
We know that the number of days in one year = 365.
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Hence the required ratio = 15 : 73

Question 4.
There are 20 girls and 25 boys in a class.
(a) What is the ratio of number of girls to the number of boys?
(b) What is the ratio of number of girls to the total number of students in the class?
Solution:
Given number of girls = 20
Number of boys = 25
Total number of students = 20 + 25 = 45.
Ratio of Number of girls to the number of boys
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girls : boys = 4 : 5
Ratio of number of girls to the total number of students
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Ratio of no. of gets to total students = 4 : 9

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Question 5.
Simplify the ratio 20 : 5
Solution:
\(\frac{20}{5}=\frac{4}{1}\) = 4 : 1

Question 6.
Mother wants to divide ₹ 36 between her daughters Sumi and Divya in the ratio of their ages. If age of Sumi is 15 years and age of Divya is 12 years. Find how much Sumi and Divya gets?
Solution:
Given Sumi’s age = 15 years
Divya’s age = 12 years
Ratio of their ages
\(\frac{\text { Sumi’s age }}{\text { Divya’s age }}=\frac{15 \text { yrs }}{12 \text { yrs }}=\frac{5}{4}=5: 4\)
Now mother wants to divide ₹ 36 between the daughters in the ratio of their ages.
Sum of the parts of ratios = 5 + 4 = 9.
Sumi gets 5 parts and Divya gets 4 parts out of 9 equal parts.
Sumi’s share \(=\frac{5}{9} \times 36\) = ₹ 20
Divya’s share \(=\frac{4}{9} \times 36\) = ₹ 16

Question 7.
The ratio of breadth and length of a hall is 2 : 5. Complete the following table that shows some possible breadths and lengths of the hall.
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Solution:
Given the ratio of breadth and length of the hall = 2 : 5.
Also given breadth of the hall = 10
length of the hall = 25.
Ratio of breadth : length = \(\frac{10}{25}=\frac{2}{5}=2: 5\)
To find First missing number:
Take the first ratio = \(\frac{2}{5}=\frac{2 \times 10}{5 \times 10}=\frac{20}{50}\)
First missing number = 20.
Also, \(\frac{2}{5}=\frac{2 \times 20}{5 \times 20}=\frac{40}{100}\)
Second missing number = 100
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Question 8.
Kumaran has ₹ 600 and wants to divide it between Vimala and Yazhini in the ratio 2 : 3, who will get more and how much?
Solution:
Divide the whole money into 2 + 3 = 5 equal parts then, Vimala gets 2 parts out of 5 parts and Yazhini gets 3 parts out of 5 parts.
Amount Vimala gets = \(600 \times \frac{2}{5}\) = ₹ 240
Amount Yazhini gets = \(600 \times \frac{3}{5}\) = ₹ 360
Vimala received ₹ 240 and Yazhini gets ₹ 360, which is ₹ 120 more than that of Vimala.

Question 9.
Find the value of x if 16 : 24 :: x : 30.
Solution:
Given the two ratios are in proportion.
Product of extremes = 16 × 30 = 480
Product of means = 24 × x
We know that product of extremes = product of mean 480
480 = 24 × x
⇒ x = 20

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Question 10.
The cost of 12 pens is ₹ 96, then find the cost of 8 such pens.
Solution:
Since the ratio of number of pens to its cost are in proportion.
We say that 12 : 96 :: 8 : cost
Product of extremes = 12 × cost
Product of means = 96 × 8 = 768
Product of extremes = product of means
12 × Cost = 96 × 8
Cost = \(\frac{96 \times 8}{12}=64\)
Cost of 8 pens ₹ 64

Question 11.
If the ratio between 72 and y is same as the ratio between 64 and x then what is the ratio between x and y?
Solution:
Given ratio between 72 and y = ratio between 64 and x
\(\frac{72}{y}=\frac{64}{x}\)
Taking cross product for one term
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Question 12.
Fill in the boxes:
(i) ___ : 24 :: 80 : 64
(ii) 5 : 6 :: 125 : ___
Solution:
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Question 13.
Aadisaran made 50 runs in 10 overs and Mohan made 42 runs in 7 overs. Whose run rate is better?
Solution:
Run Rate = Ratio of runs to over
Run rate of Aadisaran = \(\frac{50}{10}\) = 5
Run rate of Mohan = \(\frac{42}{7}\) = 6
Mohan’s run rate is better.

Question 14.
If the cost of 7 m of cloth is ₹ 294 find the cost of 5 m of cloth.
Solution:
Given cost of 7 m of cloth = ₹ 294.
Cost of 1 m of cloth = \(\frac{294}{7}\) = ₹ 42
Cost of 5 m of cloth = ₹ 42 × 5 = ₹ 210.
Cost of 5 m of cloth = ₹ 210.

Question 15.
Divino earns ₹ 1500 in 10 days. How much will she earn in 30 days?
Solution:
Divino’s earning for 10 days = ₹ 1500
His earning in 1 day = \(\frac{1500}{10}\) = ₹ 150
Divino’s earning in 30 days = 150 × 30 = ₹ 4,500
Divino earns ₹ 4,500 in 30 days.

Question 16.
The temperature dropped 15 degree Celsius in the last 30 days. If the rate of temperature drop remains the same how many degrees will the temperature drop in the next 10 days?
Solution:
Temperature drop in 30 days = 15 degrees.
Temperature drop in 1 days = \(\frac{15}{30}=\frac{15 \div 15}{30 \div 15}=\frac{1}{2}\)
Temperature drop in next 10 days = \(\frac{1}{2} \times 10\) = 5 degrees
Hence temperature dropped 5 degrees in the next 10 days.

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Question 17.
Shobana pays ₹ 7500 as rent for 3 months. How much does he has to pay for the whole year if the rent per month remains the same?
Solution:
Rent paid for 3 months = ₹ 7500
Rent paid in 1 month = \(\frac{7500}{3}\) = ₹ 2500
Rent paid for the whole year = 2500 × 12 = ₹ 30,000
Shobana has to pay ₹ 30, 000 for the whole year.

Question 18.
By proportionality law, check whether 3 : 2 and 30 : 20 are in proportion.
Solution:
Here the extremes are 3 and 20 and the means are 2 and 30.
Product of extremes, ad = 3 × 20 = 60.
Product of means, bc = 2 × 30 = 60.
Thus by proportionality law, we find ad = bc and hence 3 : 2 and 30 : 20 are in proportion.

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Question 1.
Check whether the Tree diagrams are equal or not.
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Intext Questions Q1
Solution:
(i) Their algebraic expressions are a × (b – c) and (a × b) – (a × c)
∴ distributive property of multiplication over subtraction
∴ They are equal
(ii) Their algebraic expressions are a × (b – c) and (a × b) – c
Both are not equal [By BODMAS rule]

Question 2.
Check whether the following algebraic expressions are equal or not by using Tree diagrams.
(i) (x + y) + z and x + (y + z)
(ii) (p × q) × r and p × (q × r)
(iii) a – (b – c) and (a – b) – c
Solution:
(i) (x + y) + z and x + (y + z)
The tree diagrams are
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Intext Questions Q2
Subtraction is not associative and the expressions are not equal.
(ii) (p × q) × r and p × (q × r)
The tree diagram is
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Intext Questions Q2.1
Multiplication is associative
∴ Both expressions are equal.

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter Chapter 5 Information Processing Intext Questions

(iii) a – (b – c) and (a – b) – c
Their tree diagrams are
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Intext Questions Q2.2
Subtraction is not associative
∴ Both expressions are not equal.

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Additional Questions

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Question 1.
Draw tree diagrams for the following questions:
(i) The number of books sold in a book fair is as follows. First day 1,82,192, Second day 1,28,194, Third day 80,520 fourth day 92,004 and the fifth day 50,020. Find the total number of the book sold.
(ii) A water purification project cost 1,82,71,000. The machinery was bought for ₹ 69,12,000. What is the amount needed to complete the project?
(iii) The number of flowers needed to arrange in a flower pot is 62. Find the number of flowers needed to arrange in 55 pots?
(iv) If the total scholarship money sanctioned for 50 students are ₹ 62,000. Find the amount that each student can get?
Solution:
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Additional Questions Q1
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Additional Questions Q1.1

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter Chapter 5 Information Processing Additional Questions

Question 2.
Convert into tree diagrams
(i) (10 × 5) + (2 × 16)
(ii) (5 × 3) – (8 × 6) + 9
(iii) [9 + (3 × 2)] – [(6 × 4) + 5]
(iv) [(4 – 1) × 16] + [(16 + 9) × 3]
(v) {[(10 × 6) + 5] × [ 4 + (3 – 2)]} ÷ [4 × (2 + 9)]
(vi) 4 + [8 × 6 + {(4 × 3) – (10 ÷ 4)}]
Solution:
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Additional Questions Q2
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Additional Questions Q2.1

Question 3.
Convert the following tree diagrams into numerical expressions.
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Additional Questions Q3

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter Chapter 5 Information Processing Additional Questions

Solution:
(a) [4 × (6 + 2)] – [(4 – 2) ÷ 2]
(b) (12 × 6) + (6 ÷ 3)
(c) [4 × (10 – 2)] + [(4 + 9) × 3]

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2

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Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2

Tamilnadu Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2

Miscellaneous Practice Problems

Question 1.
Write the missing numbers.
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q1
Solution:
(i) 15 × (9 ÷ 3)
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q1.1
(ii) 65 ÷ (9 + 3)
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q1.2
(iii) (8 + 5) – (9 + 2)
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q1.3

Question 2.
Write the missing operations in the trees.
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q2
Solution:
(i) 8 + (6 ÷ 2)
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q2.1
(ii) 39 – (6 × 5)
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q2.2

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2

Question 3.
Check whether the Tree diagrams are equal or not.
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q3
Solution:
c ÷ (a ÷ b) ≠ a(b ÷ c)

Challenge Problems

Question 4.
Convert the following questions into tree diagrams:
(i) The number of people who visited a library in the last 5 months was 1210, 2100, 2550, 3160 and 3310. Draw the tree diagram of the total number of people who had used the library for the 5 months.
(ii) Ram had a bank deposit of ₹ 7,55,250 and he had withdrawn ₹ 5,34,500 for educational purpose. Find the amount left in his account. Draw a tree diagram for this.
(iii) In a cycle factory, 1,600 bicycles were manufactured on a day. Draw tree diagram to find the number of bicycles produced in 20 days.
(iv) A company with 30 employees decided to distribute ₹ 90,000 as a special bonus equally among its employees. Draw tree diagram to show how much will each receive?
Solution:
(i) People who visited the library for the past 5 months = 1210 + 2100 + 2550 + 3160 + 3310 = 12,330
Total number of people visited = 12,330
Tree Diagram
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q4
(ii) Total bank deposit of Ram = ₹ 7,55,250
Amount withdrawn for educational purpose = ₹ 5,34,500
Amount left in his account = ₹ 2,20,750
Amount left in Ram’s Account = ₹ 2,20,750
Tree Diagram
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q4.1
(iii) Number of bicycles manufactured in a day = 1600
Number of bicycles manufactured in 20 days = 1600 × 20 = 32,000
Number of bicycles manufactured in 20 days = 32,000
Tree Diagram
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q4.2
(iv) Total amount distributed to 30 employees = 90,000
Amount received by one employee = \(\frac { 90000 }{ 30 }\) = 3000
Each employee receive Rs. 3,000
Tree Diagram
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q4.3

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2

Question 5.
Write the numerical expression which gives the answer 10 and also convert into a tree diagram.
Solution:
Numerical expression 15 – (3 + 2)
Tree Diagram
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q5

Question 6.
Use brackets inappropriate place to the expression 3 × 8 – 5 which gives 19 and convert it into tree diagram for it.
Solution:
Numerical expression (3 × 8) – 5
Tree Diagram
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q6

Question 7.
A football team gains 3 and 4 points for successive 2 days and loses 5 points on the third day. Find the total points scored by the team and also represent this in the tree diagram.
Solution:
Total points scored by the team = 3 + 4 – 5 = 2
Tree Diagram
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2 Q7

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.2

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1

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Question 1.
Convert the following numerical expressions into Tree diagrams.
(i) 8 + (6 × 2)
(ii) 9 – (2 × 3)
(iii) (3 × 5) – (4 ÷ 2)
(iv) [(2 × 4) + 2] × (8 ÷ 2)
(v) [(6 + 4) × 7] ÷ [2 × (10 – 5)]
(vi) [(4 × 3) ÷ 2] + [8 × (5 – 3)]
Solution:
(i) 8 + (6 × 2)
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q1
(ii) 9 – (2 × 3)
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q1.1
(iii) (3 × 5) – (4 ÷ 2)
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q1.2
(iv) [(2 × 4) + 2] × (8 ÷ 2)
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q1.3
(v) [(6 + 4) × 7] ÷ [2 × (10 – 5)]
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q1.4
(vi) [(4 × 3) ÷ 2] + [8 × (5 – 3)]
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q1.5
The first expression goes to the right side branch. So that the value does not change.

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1

Question 2.
Convert the following Tree diagrams into numerical expressions.
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q2
Solution:
(i) The numerical Expression is 9 × 8
(ii) The numerical expression is (7 + 6) – 5
(iii) The numerical expression is (8 + 2) – (6 + 1)
(iv) The numerical expression is (5 × 6) – (10 ÷ 2)

Question 3.
Convert the following algebraic expressions into tree diagrams.
(i) 10 V
(ii) 3a – b
(iii) 5x + y
(iv) 20t × p
(v) 2(a + b)
(vi) (x × y) – (y × z)
(vii) 4x + 5y
(viii) (lm – n) ÷ (pq + r)
Solution:
(i) 10 V
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(ii) 3a – b
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q3.1
(iii) 5x + y
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q3.2
(iv) 20t × p
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q3.3
(v) 2(a + b)
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q3.4
(vi) (x × y) – (y × z)
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q3.5
(vii) 4x + 5y
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q3.6
(viii) (lm – n) ÷ (pq + r)
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q3.7

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1

Question 4.
Convert tree diagram into Algebraic expression.
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 5 Information Processing Ex 5.1 Q4
Solution:
(i) Algebraic Expression is p + q
(ii) Algebraic Expression is l – m
(iii) Algebraic Expression is (a × b) – c (or) (ab) – c
(iv) Algebraic Expression is (a + b) – (c + d)
(v) Algebraic Expression is (8 ÷ a) + [ (6 ÷ 4) + 3]

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Try These (Textbook Page No. 61)

Question 1.
Complete the following table. In any triangle.
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 4 Geometry Intext Questions Q1
Solution:
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 4 Geometry Intext Questions Q1.1

Try These (Textbook Page No. 62)

Question 1.
Complete the table.
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 4 Geometry Intext Questions Q2
Solution:
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 4 Geometry Intext Questions Q2.1

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter Chapter 4 Geometry Intext Questions

Try These (Textbook Page No. 64)

Question 1.
Can a triangle be formed with the given sides? If yes, state the type of triangle formed.
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 4 Geometry Intext Questions Q3
Solution:
Samacheer Kalvi 6th Maths Solutions Term 2 Chapter 4 Geometry Intext Questions Q3.1