NCERT Class 7 English Honeycomb Fourth Chapter The Ashes That Made Trees Bloom Solution

NCERT Class 7 English Honeycomb Fourth Chapter The Ashes That Made Trees Bloom Solution

NCERT Class 7 English Honeycomb Chapter 4 Solution: Dear students Here in this post we are posted Fourth Chapter The Ashes That Made Trees Bloom full exercise questions & answer by our arts teacher. This Solution is helpful for CBSE English medium students. Download this 4th Chapter English Honeycomb solution & prepare your homework.

Page (60)  Comprehension check

(1) Why did the neighbour kill the dog?

Ans:- The neighbour killed the dog because they thought the dog would find a treasure for them like his master, but the dog took them near the pine tree and often digging the pit, they found a dead kitten. This made neighbours furious and beat the dog to death.

(2) (i) The old farmer and his wife loved the dog—

(b) as if it was their oven baby.

(ii) When the old couple became rich, they

(c) Lived comfortably and were generous towards their poor neighbours.

(iii) The greedy couple barrowed the mill and the mortar to make

(c) a pile of gold.

Page (63)  Working with the text

(1) The old farmer is a person is a kind person. What evidence of his kindness do you find in the first two paragraph.

Ans:- The old farmer lived in the days of daimios with his wife. They had no children only a pet dog named Muko. They loved the dog as their own child. They fed him tidbits of fish from their own chopsticks and also boiled rice. The farmer was patient and kind to all the living creatures.

(2) What did the dog do to lead the farmer to the hidden gold?

Ans:- The dog come running to his master, putting his pulse against his legs. His master thought Muko was playing but he kept on whining and running to and fro for few minutes. Then the old man followed the dog thinking a bit of fish and struck his hoe the pit and found a pile of gold.

(3) (i) How did the spirit of the dog help the farmer first?

Ans:- The spirit of the dog appeared to the old man and said to cut down the pine tree over his gave and make a mortar for rice pastry and a mill for bean sauce.

(ii)How did it help him next?

Ans:- The second time the spirit of the dog said to his master how the greedy couple burnt the mill, and asked to take the ashes of the mill and spread it on the withered trees. The tree could bloom again.

(4)Why did the daimio reward the farmer but punish his neighbours for the same act?

Ans:- The daimio was pleased with the farmer to see the withered cherry tree blooming by spreading a pinch  of ashes. But when his neighbour heard of his good luck, he took some of the magical ashes and the a handful of over the tree when the daimio was passing by As the wind blew, the dust went into the nose and eyes of the daimio rewarded the farmer and punished his neighbour.

Page (64)   Working with language

(1) (i) Where is Anil?

(ii) Which row is Anil sitting?

(iii) What is he doing?

(iv)Where is Anil’s friend doing?

(v) What is his friend doing?

(vi) Who is writing on the blackboard?

(vii) What are some children doing?

(2) NEHA- When did you get this book?

SHEELA- Yesterday morning

NEHA- Why is your sister crying?

SHEELA- Because she has lost her doll.

NEHA- Whose room is this, yours or hers?

SHEELA- It’s ours.

NEHA- How do you go to school?

SHEELA- We walk to school it is near by.

(3) (i) My friend lost his chemistry book. Now he doesn’t know what to do and Where to look for it.

(ii) There are so many toys in the shop. Neena can’t decide Which one to buy.

(iii) You don’t know the way to my school. Ask the policeman how to get there.

(iv) You should decide soon when to start building your house.

(v) Do you know how to ride a bicycle? I don’t remember when and where I learnt it.

(vi) “You should know when to talk and where to keep your mouth shut,” The teacher advised Anil.

(4) (i) The project appears impossible at first sight but can be completed if we work very hard.

(ii) He is Incomplete that’s why he can’t keep any job for more than a year

(iii) “Don’t be impatient your letter will come one day”, the postman told me.

(iv) That’s an improper remark to make under the circumstances.

(v) He appears to be insensitive infect, he is very emotional.

(5)  There was once   play which become very successful.  A famous actor was acting in it. In the play his role was that of an aristocrat who had been imprisoned in a castle for twenty years. In the last act of the play someone would come on the stage with a letter which he would hand over to the prisoner. Even though the aristocrat was not expected to read the letter at each performance, he always insisted that the letter be written out from beginning to end.

(6)  A- would you like (a/an/the) apple or (a/an/the) banana?

B- I’d like (a/an/the) apple, please

A- Take (a/an/the) red one in (a/an/the)

Fruit bowl. You may take (a/an/the) orange also, if you like

B- Which one?

A- (A/An/The) one beside (a/an/the) banana.

Page(68)  Speaking and writing

(2) Ravi Kant is a writer and he writes in both English and Hindi. Of course, he is much happier writing in English than in Hindi. He has written many books in English and only a few short stories in Hindi. I find his books a little hard to understand. My Hindi much better than my English.

Updated: November 20, 2020 — 4:16 pm

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