CBSE Class 7 English A Rabbit Decides To Live Worksheet

CBSE Class 7 English Practice Worksheet - A Rabbit Decides To Live - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 





Q1. Reference to Context -

a.) “I picked it up.”

      (i) Who is the speaker?

     (ii) What does ‘it’ refer to?

    (iii) Where did the speaker pick ‘it’ up from?

b.) “Yes and it will die now. And then there’ll be another outcry.”

      (i) Who is the speaker?

     (ii) What would die?

    (iii) Why does the speaker feel that ‘it’ will not be able to survive?

    (iv) Explain the phrase, ‘another outcry’.

c.) “As if I should take any notice of your nonsense,” she cried affronted.

     (i) Who is ‘she’ in the above lines?

     (ii) Who is she speaking to?

    (iii) Why was the speaker angry?

d.) ‘A profound problem. Prefers to sulk its life away!’

     (i) What was the problem?

    (ii) Who preferred to sulk its life away?

Q2. What had happened to the mother rabbit?

Q3. What was the difference in the attitude of the mother and father towards the rabbit?


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