CBSE Class 6 English Reference To Context Worksheet Set B

CBSE Class 6 English Practice Worksheets - Reference to context (1) - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 



Reference to context –

Q1. “Your food is fit for the table of a king.But still , it cannot compare with the feasts I have at home.”

         i. Who is speaking to whom?

        ii. The great variety of food served to the speaker could not impress him. Why?

        iii.Do you think the speaker is boastful about the feasts he had at home?


Q2. “Surely, tomorrow the delicacies of the village would be served to him, he thought.”

        i. Who said the above words and to whom?

       ii. What made the speaker think that the delicacies of the village would be served to him the next day?


Q3. “What is the use of such food?”

        i. Who is the speaker?

       ii. What does ‘such food’ refer to in the above line?

      iii. What kind of food was liked by the speaker?


Q4. How did Moti Lal welcome his guest Kisan Lal?

Q5. What was the impact of Kisan Lal’s arguments on Moti Lal?

Q6. According to Kisan Lal, how was the feast served in his village different from the food served by Moti Lal?

Q7.What is a real feast in your view and opinion?


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