CBSE Class 6 English Practice Worksheets - Reference to context

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CBSE Class 6 English Practice Worksheets - Reference to context - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 



Q1. Reference to context –

       a. “Your highness, the noble animals are now yours.”

              i. Name the speaker.

             ii. To whom is he speaking?

            iii. Why does the speaker say so?

       b. “I have heard a great deal about the Poona Durbar.”

             i. Name the speaker.

            ii. What had the speaker heard about?

      c. “Dive them into the water. Let them reach the other bank.”

           i. Name the speaker.

          ii. Why does the speaker say these words?

         iii. What does ‘them’ refer to?

         iv.Did they reach the bank?What is the significance of this action in the story?

Q2. What was Nana Fadnavis known for?

Q3. Why did all eyes in Poona Durbar turn towards Nana Fadnavis?

Q4. Why was it impossible to recognise the mother and daughter mares?

Q5. Why did the Mutha River flow fiercely?

Q6. How did Nana come to know that the mare in the front was the mother mare?

Q7.Mention an incident where you acted with wisdom and intelligence in a tricky situation .


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