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F CH01 How I Taught My Grandmother to Read

Ncert Solution for class-09 English Friction Chapter 01 How I Taught My Grandmother to Read from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered Pick out two sentences which state that the grandmother was desperate to know what happened in the story. Which of the following traits would be relevant to the character of the narrator's grandmother?

F CH02 A Dog Named Duke

Ncert Solution for class-09 English F Chapter 02 A Dog Named Duke from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered Why do you think Charles Hooper's appointment as Assistant National Sales Manager is considered to be a tribute to Duke? Following dates were important in Charles Hooper's life in some way. Complete the table by relating the description with the correct dates.

F CH03 The Man Who Knew Too Much

Ncert Solution for class-09 English F Chapter 03 The Man Who Knew Too Much from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered Private Quelch looked like a 'Professor' when the author first met him at the training depot. Why? Did Private Quelch's day to day practices take him closer towards his goal? How can you make out?

F CH04 Keeping It From Harold

Ncert Solution for class-09 English F Chapter 04 Keeping It From Harold from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered  When Mr. Bramble came to know that he was to become a father what were some of the names he decided upon? Why? Do you agree with Harold's parents decision of hiding from him the fact that his father was a boxer? Why/Why not?

F CH05 Best Seller

Ncert Solution for class-09 English F Chapter 05 Best Seller from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered  Pescud's claim, “When people in real life marry, they generally hunt up somebody in their own station. A fellow usually picks out a girl who went to the same high-school and belonged to the same singing-society that he did.”

P CH01 The Brook

Ncert Solution for class-09 English P Chapter 01 The Brook from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered  ‘I wind about, and in and out.' What kind of a picture does this line create in your mind? The poem is full of images that come alive through skilful use of words. List out any two images that appeal to you the most, quoting the lines from the poem.

P CH02 The Road Not Taken

Ncert Solution for class-09 English P Chapter 02 The Road Not Taken from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered Roads are fascinating as metaphors for life, change, journeys, partings, adventure, etc. or simply as roads. This is probably why they, and all their attendant images, have permeated art, literature and song. In the poem, Frost uses the fork in the road as a metaphor for the choices we make in life. Thus the roads are, in fact, two alternative ways of life. What other nouns could be used to represent life?

P CH03 The Solitary Reaper

Ncert Solution for class-09 English P Chapter 03 The Solitary Reaper from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered  The poet could not understand the words of the song, yet he raised several possibilities about its theme. In the diagram below are some of these possibilities. Read the third stanza again, and find the phrase that matches each. Copy and complete the diagram, writing each phrase in the empty boxes. Work in pairs.

P CH04 Lord Ullins Daughter

Ncert Solution for class-09 English P Chapter 04 Lord Ullins Daughter from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered  “Imagery” refers to something that can be perceived through more than one of the senses. It uses figurative language to help form mental pictures. Campbell used vivid, diverse and powerful imagery to personify the menacing face of nature (for e.g. sea, sky, wind, land). Pick out expressions that convey the images of anger in the following stanzas:

P CH05 The Seven Ages

Ncert Solution for class-09 English P Chapter 05 The Seven Ages from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered On the basis of your understanding of the poem, answer the following questions by ticking the correct choice Having read this extract, identify the stages of a person's life as Shakespeare has done. Write down these stages in your note book, and sum up the characteristics of each stage in two or three words. e.g.

P CH06 Oh I Wish Id Looked After Me Teeth

Ncert Solution for class-09 English P Chapter 06 Oh I Wish Id Looked After Me Teeth from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered Given an appropriate proverb that conveys the message that this poem carries. Why did the poet go to the dentist? How could she have avoided it? “If you got a tooth,you got a friend.” What do you understand from the line?

P CH07 Song of the Rain

Ncert Solution for class-09 English P Chapter 07 Song of the Rain from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered On the basis of your understanding of the poem, answer the following questions by ticking the correct choice. Notice the imagery built around 'sigh of the sea', 'laughter of the field' and 'tears of heaven'. Explain the three expressions in context of rain.

D CH01 Villa for Sale

Ncert Solution for class-09 English D Chapter 01 Villa for Sale from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered Juliette says “... now I have only one thought that is to get the wretched place off my hands. I would sacrifice it at any price. ” Does she stick to her words? Why/Why not? Read the following extracts and answer the questions that follow by choosing the correct options.

D CH02 The Bishops Candlesticks

Ncert Solution for class-09 English D Chapter 2 The Bishops Candlesticks from NCERT text book prescribes for class 9 English. The chapter covered Select words from the above box to describe the characters in the play as revealed by the following lines from the play. Do you think the punishment given to the convict was justified? Why/ why not? Why is the convict eager to reach Paris?



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