NCERT 8TH ENGLISH BOOK

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Class 8 English NCERT Textbook Solutions - Free PDF download Around the 8th grade is the time when the national syllabus board issues the CBSE book for . Class 8 English NCERT Textbook Solutions - Free PDF download the questions presented in them in our NCERT solutions for class 8 English solutions book. NextNCERT Class XI Economics: Chapter 5 – Human Capital Formation in India » · Previous «NCERT Class VIII English Chapter 1 The Best Christmas Present in the World Here we are providing the PSEB Syllabus for Class 8th


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Homepage · 8th Class The students who are in class 8 and have the NCERT affiliated English Books NCERT Solutions for Class 8 English Honeydew Book. Honeydew. NCERT/CBSE class 8 English book Honeydew. content. NCERT/ CBSE class 8 English book Honeydew. 1. NCERT/CBSE class 8 English book. NCERT solutions for class 8 English Honeydew. Chapter 1 The Best Christmas Present in the World · Chapter 2 The Tsunami · Chapter 3 Glimpses of the Past.

The Tsunami Chapter 3: Glimpses of the Past Chapter 4: The Summit Within Chapter 6: A Visit to Cambridge Chapter 8: A Short Monsoon Diary Chapter 9: Children At Work Chapter 3: The Selfish Giant Chapter 4: The Treasure Within Chapter 5: Princess September Chapter 6: The Fight Chapter 7: The Open Window Chapter 8: Jalebis Chapter 9: Nourished me: to grow or develop own self 4. Took me away: to take someone away from the close one or separate someone from a dear one.

Taking courage: being courageous 6. Under the skin: beneath or below age, or feel or see something 7.

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From across the river: to a long distance, with hard work. Ans: The poet is confused due to the odd outward appearance of the poets. She is confused because of the colour of their socks, the suspicion of a wig, bitterness in their speech and their unpleasant manner. Q2 What is the best way to know poets? Ans: A poet expresses himself through his poems.

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We can know about the poets through their subjective poems which express their nature and ideas. Q3 What does the poet compare the poets with?

Lesson No. R Malik. In the poem Stars Speak to Man, they tell him that he was born with the light of reason but he chose to be fire.

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Due to his callousness, he became a reason for disgrace for the whole of mankind. The stars tell him that nature had fashioned him to become the fountain of love and affection but he took to downloading and selling of religion and his faith.

Nature had bestowed all its treasures upon him to share them equally but his materialistic pursuits led him astray. Not only this, man created divisions on the basis of religion and faith. What man calls awakening is basically an intoxicating sleep. It is nothing but a fanciful dream and man needs to come out from it.

In the end, the stars tell the man that he breaks the heart of those who are his kin.

He should not ravage his own home by acting irresponsibly. Think about the text: 1.

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What do the stars say to man in the first two lines of the poem? Ans: In the first two lines of the poem the stars tell the man that he was the light of reason but he chose to be fire.

And the man brought disgrace for his race due to his callousness. Nature had fashioned you to apportion love and affection But you chose to downloading and selling of religion and faith instead.

Explain these lines: Ans: In these lines, stars tell the man that nature had fashioned him to become a fountain of love and affection. But he stooped so low that he fell to selling and downloading of religion and faith. Why is man described as a serpent? What odd thing happened with Nora?

Why was the teacher puzzled?

While Nora was reading, an odd thing happened to her. She misread a word that previously she had read correctly.

This made the teacher felt annoyed and puzzled because she had read the same word correctly earlier. Was Nora a careless child?

How do you know? No, Nora was not a careless child because she was very good at learning. She was putting all her concentration in reading the book.

How should a teacher understand the problems of the children?Pick out any two of them. Vedantu provided solved answers for all the questions provided in the end.

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This helps you understand the subject better and acts as an easy guide to begin using the language well in day to day life. Home Tuition in New Delhi. Home Tuition in Jaipur. As you may know, practice makes perfect. A war story against the backdrop of Christmas, a festival marked by the family reunion, exchange of presents and universal bonhomie.

Nature had provided him with treasures of bounties to share them equally, but he sat like a serpent on them. The poet uses different similes for the bangles. Connie, aged , receives a present from a stranger whom she mistakes for her long-awaited husband.

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