CBSE Class 6 English Practice Worksheets - Answer with reference to context (1)

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CBSE Class 6 English Practice Worksheets - Answer with reference to context (1) - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 

 

CLASS VI  ENGLISH

Q1. ANSWER WITH REFERENCE TO CONTEXT:

       1. “I am afraid he will be disappointed.”

             a) Who is the speaker?

             b) Who is 'he' in the above line?

             c) Why will he be disappointed?

      2. “Small boys are called cubs.”

            a) Who is the speaker?

            b) Whom is he speaking to?

            c) What are the small boys called when they join scouting?

     3. “Our motto is ' Be prepared'.”

           a) Who is the speaker?

           b) How do you know that the speaker was prepared?

Q2. What did Lord Baden Powell feel about the life of boys in cities?

Q3. Navin's father readily agreed to send him to Kapil's uncle's farm. Why?

Q4. Who was Navin? Describe his way of life.

Q5. Elaborate Lord Baden Powell's idea of the scouts.

Q.6 Do you thing you are “prepared” to handle an emergency?Give reasons for your answer.

 

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