CBSE Class 6 English Answer With Reference To Context Worksheet Set A

CBSE Class 6 English Practice Worksheets - Answer with reference to context - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 



1) Answer with reference to context:

    a) “ Still curtains fall eventually, and homeward in the car His dad and I can then admire Our son the star’’

         i. Explain ‘still curtains fall eventually...’

        ii. Why does the mother feel her son is a star?

    b) “The only time he got some lines, just half a page, He had to shout them through a door’’

        i. Whom does ‘he’ refer to in the above lines?

       ii. Why did he have to shout the lines through a door?

    c) “No charming chatty Prince for him, Lines by the yard. He mostly stands there with a spear My son, the guard.’’

       i. Whom does ‘he ‘refer to in the above lines?

      ii. Why does ‘he’ mostly stand with a spear?

     iii. Explain, “lines by the yard.’’


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