CBSE Class 9 English Extracts Worksheet

CBSE Class 9 English - Extracts

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I. ‘I knew my student passed with flying colours’.

A. My student refers to

(i) The computer students

(ii) Sudha Murty

(iii) The grandmother

(iv) The grandmother’s friends.

B. Two qualities of the students that describe her the best are

(i) Polite, gentle

(ii) Deligent, hardworking

(iii) Kind affectionate

(iv) Prudent, emphatic.

II. “The once iron muscles slacked on the rangy frame. Secretly, Marcy cried as she watched the big man’s grin fade away.

A. Chuck stared at the ceiling for hours because

(i) He was thoughtful

(ii) His left side was completely paralysed

(iii) He and his dog wanted to sit peacefully.

(iv) He had no desire to live.

B. ‘The once iron muscles slacked ……….. means

(i) The muscles were no more tight

(ii) The muscles were less active

(iii) The grip loosened

(iv) The muscles wrinkled

C. Marcy cried secretly because

(i) Duke jumped and hit chuck above the belt.

(ii) She was sad

(iii) She didn’t want Hooper to feel sad

(iv) She couldn’t face Hooper

III. ‘And here and there a foamy flake upon me, as I travel, with many a silvery water break above the golden gravel.’

A. Foamy flake and golden gravel are examples of which literary device-

(i) Pun

(ii) Simile

(iii) Onomatopoeia

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