दोस्तों आज के इस प्रतियोगिता वाले युग में सफल होने के लिए या फिर टिक पाने के लिए हमारा हर तरह से अपडेट रहना बहुत ही जरुरी है...इसलिए kvskidszone इसी क्षेत्र में थोड़ी सी भी मदद कर पाया तो ये सौभाग्य होगा!!!!!!(अपडेट रहिए,खुश रहिए!)
SEARCH SOME THING...
गुरुवार, 27 जुलाई 2017
Class –VIII English The Duck and The Kangaroo
Class –VIII English
The Duck and The Kangaroo
Page No: 99
Working with Poem
1: Taking words that come at the end of lines, write five pairs of rhyming words. Read each pair aloud. For example, pond – beyond
Ans: Five pairs of rhyming words are as follows:
(i) Hop − stop
(ii) Back – Quack
(iii) Duck – luck
(iv) Reflection – objection
(v) Bold – cold
2: Complete the dialogue.
Duck: Dear Kangaroo! Why don’t you ________
Kangaroo: With pleasure, my dear Duck, though ________
Duck: That won’t be a problem. I will ________
Ans: Duck: Dear Kangaroo! Why don’t you give me a ride on your back?
Kangaroo: With pleasure, my dear Duck, though your feet are unpleasantly wet and cold and I might catch rheumatism.
Duck: That won’t be a problem. I will wear worsted socks and cloak and smoke a cigar every day to keep out the cold.
3:The Kangaroo does not want to catch ‘rheumatism’. Spot this word in stanza 3 and say why it is spelt differently. Why is it in two parts? Why does the second part begin with a capital letter?
Ans: The word ‘rheumatism’ is spelt differently and is in two parts so that it can rhyme with ‘kangaroo’ in the following line. As a result of splitting the word into two and changing its spelling, ‘roo’ rhymes with ‘kangaroo’. The second part ‘Matiz’ begins with a capital letter because it is the first word of the line. In a poem, every line begins with a capital letter even if it is in continuation with the previous line. Hence, this has been done in order to enhance the poetic effect of the lines.