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NCERT solutions for Class 6 English - Honeysuckle chapter 3 - The Quarrel [Latest edition]

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Chapter 3: The Quarrel

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Working with the Poem [Page 40]

NCERT solutions for Class 6 English - Honeysuckle Chapter 3 The Quarrel Working with the Poem [Page 40]

Working with the Poem | Q 1.1 | Page 40

With your partner try to guess the meaning of the underlined phrase.

And somehow we fell out.

Working with the Poem | Q 1.2 | Page 40

With your partner try to guess the meaning of the underlined phrase.

The afternoon turned black.

Working with the Poem | Q 2 | Page 40

Read these lines from the poem:

(i) One thing led to another

(ii) The start of it was slight

(iii) The end of it was strong

(iv) The afternoon turned black

(v) Thumped me on the back

Discuss with your partner what these lines mean.

Working with the Poem | Q 3 | Page 40

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?

Extra Questions

NCERT solutions for Class 6 English - Honeysuckle Chapter 3 The Quarrel Extra Questions

Extra Questions | Q 1

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

Extra Questions | Q 2

Multiple Choice Question:

The poet had a quarrel with her ______

  • friend

  • brother

  • sister

  • classmate

Extra Questions | Q 3

Multiple Choice Question:

What made them fall Out?

  • Some petty issue

  • Some grave issue

  • Some unknown reason

  • Their quarrelsome nature

Extra Questions | Q 4

Multiple Choice Question:

Why did the quarrel take a serious turn?

  • There was no one in the house except these two

  • Both were quarrelsome by nature

  • Neither offered a compromise

  • No one came to settle their dispute

Extra Questions | Q 5

Multiple Choice Question:

What was the result of the quarrel?

  • Both left the house

  • Both became tense

  • Both stopped reading together

  • Both became cool

Extra Questions | Q 6

Multiple Choice Question:

Which phrase means the same as to ‘quarrel’?

  • Led to

  • Start of

  • End of

  • Fall out

Extra Questions | Q 7

Multiple Choice Question:

What does ‘We’ here refer to?

  • The neighbourhood children

  • The School children

  • Brother and sister

  • People in general

Extra Questions | Q 8

Multiple Choice Question:

Explain The afternoon turned black.

  • After the quarrel, both realised their mistake

  • After the quarrel, both became tense and remorseful

  • They were quarrelling in the afternoon

  •  In the afternoon they decided not to quarrel again

Extra Questions | Q 9

Multiple Choice Question:

The quarrel finally ended when ______

  • the brother went up to his sister, apologised and offered to compromise

  • their parents came from the market

  • the sister offered to compromise

  • their grandparents taught them a lesson

Extra Questions | Q 10

Multiple Choice Question:

What lesson did they possibly learn?

  • They should work hard instead of quarrelling

  • It was interesting to quarrel over a little issue

  • It was futile to quarrel over something too small

  •  Their quarrel would bring bad name too them

Extra Questions | Q 11

Multiple Choice Question:

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

  • Became pleasant

  • Became unpleasant

  • Became enemy

  • Became rude

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Chapter 3: The Quarrel

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NCERT solutions for Class 6 English - Honeysuckle chapter 3 - The Quarrel - Shaalaa.com

NCERT solutions for Class 6 English - Honeysuckle chapter 3 - The Quarrel

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Concepts covered in Class 6 English - Honeysuckle chapter 3 The Quarrel are Listening, Reading, Writing, Grammar, Taro’s Reward, The Quarrel.

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