CBSE Class 8 English Brighter Still Worksheet

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Grade VI[GS] WORKSHEET:Ls…7Brighter Still

Choose the correct answer/fill in the blanks/true or false:

1. Brahmadatta was the King of

(a) Calcutta (b) Varanasi (c) Allahabad (d) Delhi

2. The King’s favourite animal to hunt was

(a) Deer (b) Tiger(c) Peacock (d) Lion

3. When the peasants saw the king coming, they were

(a)Frightened (b)happy and greeted him

(c)looked at the ground and shook their heads mournfully

4. How many big herds of deer were there in Banaras?

(a)One (b) Two (c) Three (d) Four

5. The head of the peasants was known as

(a)Chief (b) Old (c) Jawan(d) Young

6. The peasants built a __________ for the deer to be trapped.

(a)Forest (b) Sanctuary (c) Park (d) House

7. Who said I have a plan, “let’s take turns and die willingly”

(a)Brighter Still (b) Brighter than the Sun (c) King (d) Peasants

8. When Brahmadatta found out the plan he was angry and felt he was a King and not a _______

(a)Hunter (b) Peasant(c) Butcher (d)Murderer

9. When everyone saw the golden deer offering his neck, they

(a)were frightened and ran away(b)were surprised and did not know what to say

(c)were happy and asked the king to shoot (d) started crying bitterly.

10. “I give them their lives too”. Who said this?

(a)Brighter Still (b) Brighter than the Sun (c) People (d) King

11. According to the lesson what is the highest mercy?

(a)Sacrifice your own happiness for others (b)Lives only for one’s happiness.

(c) Punish others if they don’t listen to you (d) Keep out and do not interfere.

12. “Antlers” means

(a) Male deer (b)Horns of deer (c) Female deer(d)Group of deer

13. The word “sturdy” means

(a) Powerful(b)Energetic (c)Strong (d)Enthusiastic

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