Secondary School (English Medium) (5 to 8) Class 6 - CBSE Question Bank Solutions

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Rewrite the following incomplete sentences carefully, so that the reader does not have to guess what is left out.

1. more and more books
2. too difficult
3. got up late, missed the bus
4. solved the mystery

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Look at this cartoon by R.K. Laxman. Read the sentence given below the cartoon. Discuss the following questions with your partner.

  • What is it about?
  • Do you find it funny? If so, why?
  • Do you think a cartoon is a serious drawing? Why or why not?

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Now write a paragraph or two about these two stories, comparing them.

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Your teacher will speak the word given below. Write against two new words that rhyme with it.
bed ______ ______

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Your teacher will speak the word given below. Write against two new words that rhyme with it.
wax ______ ______

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Your teacher will speak the word given below. Write against two new words that rhyme with it.
fast ______ ______

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Your teacher will speak the word given below. Write against two new words that rhyme with it.
chop ______ ______

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Your teacher will speak the word given below. Write against two new words that rhyme with it.
young ______ ______

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Describe a recent quarrel that you have had with your brother, sister, or friend. How did it start? What did you quarrel about? How did it end?

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What was the quarrel about between the brother and his sister? How did they become friends again?

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Multiple Choice Question:

The poet had a quarrel with her ______

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Multiple Choice Question:

What made them fall Out?

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Multiple Choice Question:

Why did the quarrel take a serious turn?

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Multiple Choice Question:

What was the result of the quarrel?

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Multiple Choice Question:

Which phrase means the same as to ‘quarrel’?

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Multiple Choice Question:

What does ‘We’ here refer to?

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Multiple Choice Question:

Explain The afternoon turned black.

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Multiple Choice Question:

The quarrel finally ended when ______

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Multiple Choice Question:

What lesson did they possibly learn?

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Multiple Choice Question:

What does the phrase in the extract ‘turned black’ mean here?

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