CBSE Class 6 English A Game Of Chance Notes Set A

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A Game Of Chance Class 6 English Revision Notes

Class 6 English students should refer to the following concepts and notes for A Game Of Chance in standard 6. These exam notes for Grade 6 English will be very useful for upcoming class tests and examinations and help you to score good marks

A Game Of Chance Notes Class 6 English

CBSE Class 6 English-A Game of chance. Learning the important concepts is very important for every student to get better marks in examinations. The concepts should be clear which will help in faster learning. The attached concepts will help the student to understand the chapter and score better marks in the examinations. 

Chapter-8 (A Game of chance)

Working with language

Some phrasal verbs with put ,take get

Let the students learn these phrasel verbs and use in communication.

1Put across---------make understand

2.Put about--------- spread

3.Put down---------- snub, record in writing

4.Put back/away--------- restore to usual place

5.put in-----------insert

6. Put off------- postpone

7.Put on ------------cause(light) to operate

8.Put up with------------tolerate

9. Put through---------complete

10.Put together-------make whole from parts

11. Put up-------------propose, display.

12.Take after—resemble

13.Take away/out----remove/carry elsewhere

14Take on----undertake

15.Take up----accept.

16. Take one’s time---- not hurry

17.Get across----communicate

18.get ahead-----become successful

19.Get away-------escape

20.get down-----descend

21.Get in-----enter

22.Get over-----recover from

23. Get through------pass exam.

Chapter-8 (A Game of chance)

The main objective of the lesson is to familiarize the children with the festivals of India and instill in them a sense of belongingness. so a project to collect pictures and information on celebration of different festivals in India to be assigned.

Speaking and Writing

Let every child speak a sentence or two on the topic Village Fair. Write some clue on the blackboard that can be used later on to develop a paragraph

My visit to the Village Fair

India is a land of villages though urbanization is taking place at a fast pace. Still, most of the people in India live in villages. They do not have many means of entertainment and shopping in the village. But fairs, which are held frequently in villages, provide them a welcome relief.

A fair is also held in my village every year on the day of Baisakhi. The Baisakhi always falls on the thirteenth day of April every year. It is on this day that the farmers start harvesting their wheat crops in northern India. Hence the day is celebrated with great joy A very large numbers of people from nearby villagers were making a bee-line to the fair. There were a large number of stalls. At many stalls, sweets and other eatables were available in large quantities. Large-turbaned men and women, with their heads covered, were sitting on benches and were eating colourful barfi, rasgullas and gulab jamuns. Still others were taking purees and kachories with cooked grams or potatoes. Some stalls were selling colourful toys, balloons and balls. There was a great rush at stalls selling ladies’ items like glass bangles, bracelets, necklaces, nail-polishes, lipsticks and several other items of artificial jeweler. In one corner, a juggler was showing his tricks. while a large crowd of people stood around.

There were certain games of skill in one stall which was a special attraction for the merry young men. However, one great attraction of the fair was the “Bhangra”, the folk dance of Punjab, which was being performed most enthusiastically by young boys for the sheer joy of doing it. And similar was the case with “Giddha” performed by young girls. The fair was like a paradise.

Working With the language

To solve this exercise give the practice of the words both as nouns and verbs. Also encourage students to find the difference in the use of the words and their meaning from the dictionary.

Answer following questions in short.

Q1) Why do you think Rasheed’s uncle asked him not to buy anything in his absence?

Ans1) Rasheed’s uncle asked him not to buy anything in his absence because he thought that the shopkeepers could cheat him.

Q2) In What way did the shopkeeper make a fool of Rasheed?

Ans2) The shopkeeper played tricks to tempt Rasheed to try his luck. Every time Rasheed tried his luck, he got only some cheap thing which he sold back to the shopkeeper. In this way Rasheed lost all his money.


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