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NCERT solutions for Class 7 English - Honeycomb chapter 3 - The Shed [Latest edition]

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Chapter 3: The Shed

Working with the PoemExtra Questions
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Working with the Poem [Page 49]

NCERT solutions for Class 7 English - Honeycomb Chapter 3 The ShedWorking with the Poem [Page 49]

Working with the Poem | Q 1 | Page 49

Answer the following questions.

(i) Who is the speaker in the poem?

(ii) Is she/he afraid or curious, or both?

(iii)What is she/he planning to do soon?

(iv)“But not just yet...” suggests doubt, fear, hesitation, laziness, or something else. Choose the word which seems right to you. Tell others why you chose it.

Working with the Poem | Q 2 | Page 49

Is there a room in your house or a house in your neighborhood/locality where you would rather not go alone, and never at night? If there is such a place and a story to go with it, let others hear all about it.

Extra Questions

NCERT solutions for Class 7 English - Honeycomb Chapter 3 The ShedExtra Questions

Extra Questions | Q 1

Why were the hinges of the door rusty?

Extra Questions | Q 2

What does the speaker usually do while lying in the bed?

Extra Questions | Q 3

What does the broken glass window suggest?

Extra Questions | Q 4

According to the speaker’s brother, where did the ghost hid himself?

Extra Questions | Q 5

What did the speaker’s brother say about the Shed?

Extra Questions | Q 6

Comment on the speaker’s resolve to go inside the shed.

Extra Questions | Q 7

What change occurs in the attitude of the speaker?

Extra Questions | Q 8

Why do you think that the spider web hanging on the door was no longer there?

Extra Questions | Q 9

Does the poet get scared at the thought of peeping through the window?

Extra Questions | Q 10

Who according to poet’s brother stares the poet?

Extra Questions | Q 11

Why is the window dusty?

Extra Questions | Q 12

Why does the speaker say that “there isn’t anyone staring or making strange noises”?

Extra Questions | Q 13

Identify the line that has been repeated often in the poem.

Extra Questions | Q 14

What does this passage say about the speaker?

Extra Questions | Q 15

What is the condition of the window described in the poem?

  • It is sparkling with its new glass panes

  • Three panes of it are cracked

  • All panes of it are broken off

  • The children playing cricket have broken the window completely

Extra Questions | Q 16

Why does the poet want to peep through the window as he passes it?

  • To see the ghost

  •  To steal something

  • To find out if somebody is staring at him

  • To see his brother and his friends

Extra Questions | Q 17

What feeling of the poet is exhibited in his peeping through the window?

  • The poet is emotional

  • The poet is careless

  • The poet has a lot of time

  • The poet is curious

Extra Questions | Q 18

Why does the speaker’s brother lie to him?

  • He wishes to mislead the speaker

  •  He wishes to solely use the shed

  • He wishes to sell away the shed

  • He is afraid of the ghost

Extra Questions | Q 19

"Since I don’t know when" suggests ...

  • passage of time

  • spider has been killed by the ghost

  • the Speaker being a foolish person

  •  the brother being a liar

Extra Questions | Q 20

Who wishes to go into the shed soon?

  • The speaker

  • The speaker’s brother

  • The ghost

  • The dog

Chapter 3: The Shed

Working with the PoemExtra Questions

NCERT solutions for Class 7 English - Honeycomb chapter 3 - The Shed

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