CBSE Class 7 English Solutions

  • NCERT Solutions Class 7 English Golu Grows a Nose

    NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for Golu Grows a Nose ExercisesAnswer the following questions.Question 1. Whom does Golu ask, "Why don’t you ever fly like other birds?"   Answer   Golu asked his tall aunt, the ostrich that "Why don’t you ever fly like other birds?"Question 2. Which uncle of...

  • NCERT Solutions Class 7 English The Cop and The Anthem

    NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for The Cop and The Anthem Exercises   Answer the following questions.   Question 1. What are some of the signs of approaching winter referred to in the text?   Answer   Some of the signs of approaching winter are birds begin to fly south, people want new warm...

  • NCERT Solutions Class 7 English The Desert

    NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for The Desert Comprehension CheckQuestion 1. From the first paragraph(i) pick out two phrases which describe the desert as most people believe it is;(ii) pick out two phrases which describe the desert as specialists see it. Which do you think is an apt...

  • NCERT Solutions Class 7 English Bringing Up Kari

    NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for Bringing Up Kari Exercises   Answer the following questions.   Question 1. The enclosure in which Kari lived had a thatched roof that lay on thick tree stumps. Examine the illustration of Kari’s pavilion on page 8 and say why it was built that way.   Answer...

  • NCERT Solutions Class 7 English The Tiny Teacher

    NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for The Tiny Teacher Comprehension CheckQuestion 1. The story of an ant’s life sounds almost untrue.The italicised phrase means (i) highly exaggerated.(ii) too remarkable to be true.(iii) not based on facts.   Answer   (ii) too remarkable to be true.Question 2....

NCERT Solutions Class 7 English Garden Snake Poem

NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for Garden Snake Poem


Working with the Poem

Question 1. Answer the following questions.

(i) Pick out the line that suggests that the child is afraid of snakes.
(ii) Which line shows a complete change of the child’s attitude towards snakes? Read it aloud.
(iii) "But mother says that kind is good..." What is mother referring to?

 


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NCERT Solutions Class 7 English Meadow Surprises Poem

NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for Meadow Surprises Poem

 


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NCERT Solutions Class 7 English Dad and the Cat and the Tree Poem

NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for Dad and the Cat and the Tree Poem

 


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NCERT Solutions Class 7 English Mystery of the Talking Fan Poem

NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for Mystery of the Talking Fan Poem

 


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NCERT Solutions Class 7 English Trees Poem

NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for Trees Poem

 


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NCERT Solutions Class 7 English Chivvy Poem

NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for Chivvy Poem

 


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NCERT Solutions Class 7 English The Shed Poem

NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for The Shed Poem

 


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NCERT Solutions Class 7 English The Rebel Poem

NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for The Rebel Poem

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NCERT Solutions Class 7 English The Squirrel Poem

NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for The Squirrel Poem

Question - You may have seen a squirrel sitting on the ground eating a nut. What did it look like?

Answer

The squirrel is a rodent. His colour is grey with brown strips on its body. It looks like a baby rabbit as it is very small in size with fur on ts body. He generally lives in trees and is very quick. Squirrel likes to eat nuts. It has very bushy tail.It is an cute and naughty animal. 

 

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NCERT Solutions Class 7 English The Story of Cricket

NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English for chapter 10 The Story of Cricket

Comprehension Check 

Question 1. Cricket is originally a/an

(i) Indian game.

(ii) British game.

(iii) international game.

Mark the right answer.

Answer

Cricket is originally a (ii) British game.

 

 


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