CBSE Class 7 English Literature Reader Trash Masher Worksheet

CBSE Class 7 English Practice Worksheet - Literature Reader - Trash Masher - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 

 

SUBJECT: ENGLISH CLASS VII

ASSIGNMENT – 1

LITERATURE READER - TRASH MASHER

Reference to context

1. “We should be able to get her to follow the canoe like a dog on a leash.”

      a) Who are ‘we’ in the above line?

      b) Why did they think of making the gator follow the canoe?

2. “Maybe if we gave her something to eat, we’d have a chance to get down.”

     a) Who is ‘her’ in the above line?

     b) From where was the speaker trying to get down?

     c) Why did they want to give ‘her’ something to eat?

3. “She probably won’t, but just in case I brought a tranquillizer gun.”

     a) Who is the speaker?

     b) Who is ‘she’ in the above lines?

     c) Why did the speaker get a tranquillizer gun?

 

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