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NCERT solutions for Class 6 English - Honeysuckle chapter 9 - Whatif [Latest edition]

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Chapter 9: Whatif

Working with the PoemExtra Questions
Working with the Poem [Page 122]

NCERT solutions for Class 6 English - Honeysuckle Chapter 9 Whatif Working with the Poem [Page 122]

Working with the Poem | Q 1.1 | Page 122

Who is the speaker in the poem?

Working with the Poem | Q 1.2 | Page 122

With your partner list out the happenings, the speaker is worried about.

Working with the Poem | Q 1.3 | Page 122

Why do you think she/he has these worries? Can you think of ways to get rid of such worries?

Working with the Poem | Q 2 | Page 122

Read the following line.

Some Whatifs crawled inside my ear
Can words crawl into your ear? This is an image. The poet is trying to make an image of what she/he experiences. Now with your partner try and list out some more images from the poem.

Working with the Poem | Q 3 | Page 122

In groups of four discuss some more ‘whatifs’ that you experience in your day to day life and list them out.

(i) ______________________________

(ii) ______________________________

(iii) _____________________________

(iv) _____________________________

(v) _____________________________

(vi) ____________________________

(vii) ___________________________

(viii) ___________________________

And now write a poem of five or six lines with the ‘whatifs’ that you have listed.

Extra Questions

NCERT solutions for Class 6 English - Honeysuckle Chapter 9 Whatif Extra Questions

Extra Questions | Q 1

What does the poem Whatif talk about? Give a few examples of some of the child’s worries or cynical fears.

Extra Questions | Q 2

Who is the speaker in the poem Whatif? What is she worried about? Can you suggest ways to get rid of silly fears?

Extra Questions | Q 3

Multiple Choice Question:

When do strange questions strike the poet?

  • In the morning

  • In the afternoon

  • In the evening

  • In the night

Extra Questions | Q 4

Multiple Choice Question:

When do strange questions strike the poet?

  • What will happen if she loses her power to speak

  • The song means what will happen in case such a change takes place

  • What will happen if she gets beaten up

  • None of the above

Extra Questions | Q 5

Multiple Choice Question:

The ‘Whatif song haunts the speaker ______

  • only once

  • again and again

  • only twice

  • every moment

Extra Questions | Q 6

Multiple Choice Question:

What does the poem reveal about the speaker?

  • She is bold

  • She is timid

  • She is filled with doubts and fears

  • She is confident

Extra Questions | Q 7

Multiple Choice Question:

What does the expression Whatif mean?

  • What will happen in case these happen

  •  What will happen the next moment

  • What will happen if the earth gets dry

  • None of the above

Extra Questions | Q 8

Multiple Choice Question:

Which of the fears is not applied to the speaker?

  • What will happen in case the fish stops biting

  • What will happen in case her parents get divorced

  • What will happen in case she gets poor marks

  • What will happen in case a war breaks out

Extra Questions | Q 9

Multiple Choice Question:

Such silly questions are baseless, still ______

  • they trouble the speaker every time

  • they create havoc in the speaker’s life

  • they develop negative aptitude in the speaker

  • none of the above

Extra Questions | Q 10

Multiple Choice Question:

What are these doubts and worries called?

  • Cynical fears

  • Inborn fears

  • Habitual fears

  • Baseless fears

Extra Questions | Q 11

Multiple Choice Question:

What type of people do entertain such fears?

  • Strong-minded people

  • Haughty people

  • Weak-minded people

  • Mature people

Extra Questions | Q 12

Multiple Choice Question:

What type of people do entertain such fears?

  • Deformed

  • Spoiled

  • Short in size

  • Large and wonderful in size

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Chapter 9: Whatif

Working with the PoemExtra Questions
NCERT solutions for Class 6 English - Honeysuckle chapter 9 - Whatif - Shaalaa.com

NCERT solutions for Class 6 English - Honeysuckle chapter 9 - Whatif

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Concepts covered in Class 6 English - Honeysuckle chapter 9 Whatif are Grammar, Listening, Reading, Writing, Desert Animals, Whatif.

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