CBSE Class 6 English - Revision (11)

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CBSE Class 6 English - Revision (11)

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Read the following extracts and answer the questions that follow:

1. “She knits flowered skirts and speckled pants – now they can go to the beach or a dance.”

a. Whom does ‘she’ refer to?

b. Give the meaning of the word ‘speckled’.

(i) Bunches (ii) crannies (iii) spotted

c. Whom does ‘they’ refer to?

(i) Shrubs and birds (ii) wasps (iii) cats

2. “He was still planning for the future when he died”.

a. Who is the speaker here?

(i) Ted Hughes (ii) Shakespeare (iii) Ruskin Bond

b. Whom does ‘he’ refer to?

(i) author’s father (ii) author’s neighbour (iii) author’s friend

c. Name the lesson

(i) The selfish Giant (ii) The Wish (iii) The Tempest.

3. “Your pretty bird in a gilded cage flutters its sorrowful sing”.

a. Which bird is mentioned here?

b. Why are the wings described as being sorrowful?

c. Give the meaning of the word ‘gilded’.

4. “Do not worry about the train, it never leaves on time”.

a. Who said these words to whom?

b. Why did the speaker say so?

c. Name the author.

5. “How happy we are here! They cried to each other”.

a. Whom does ‘we’ refer to?

b. What is the reason of their happiness?

c. Name the lesson

6. “He’s little and brown and wild and shy But free to build and thrive”

a. Whom does ‘he’ refer to?

b. Give the meaning of the word ‘thrive’.

c. Who is the speaker of these lines?

7. “Winter-long they’re thankful for them?

a. Whom does ‘they’ refer to?

b. Why are they thankful?

c. Name the poem / lesson.

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