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1. Choose the correct alternative to complete the following sentences:
a) Most people think that the cat is
(b) The cat cares little for anything but mice and
c) One can see the cat as he really is in the
2. Complete the following sentences with information from the text:
a) The cat really has more character than – most human beings.
b) The cat sometimes watches – a mouse-hole for an hour or two just to keep himself from dying of boredom.
c) All day long the cat allows himself to be – pestered by the attention of the people in the house
3. State whether the following statements are True or False. Provide sentences/phrases/words in support of your answer:
a) The cat is not fond of ease.
Supporting Statement: “Most people think that the cat is an unintelligent animal, fond of ease and caring little for anything but mice and milk”.
b) The cat has no athletic skills.
Supporting statement: “He-or she is an athlete, an acrobat and a grim fighter.”
c) The cat takes things very easily.
Supporting statement: “All day long the cat loafs about the house, takes things easy and allows himself to be pestered by the attention of the people in the house.”
4. Choose the correct alternative to complete the following sentences :
(a) The cat rubs himself against the legs of the family members and noisly
(b) with tears of rage and pain in his eyes, the guest affects to be very much
(c) The guest hands down the cat a bit of
5.Fill in the chart with information below:
a)the guest calls the cat Poor Pussy! Poor!
b) part of the guest’s body that the cat racks leg.
c) the thing from which the cat stays at a safe distance the guest’s boot.
6.Answer the following questions:
(a) when does the cat make an appearance to get his share of food?
Ans: The cat puts in an appearance to get his share of food when the family sits down to have tea.
b) Who is the cat particularly civil to?
Ans: The cat is particularly civil if there is any guest in the table.
c) How does the cat receive the bit of fish handed down by the guest?
Ans: The cat gingerly receives it,with a look in the eyes of the guest.
7. Choose the correct alternative to complete the following sentences:
(a) The cat saunters down his own –
(ii) front yard
Answer: iii) .
(b) The cat skips to the roof of an empty
(c) Exiled in a new land, the cat would have to learn new
- COMPLETE ANALYSIS OF SONNET 14: Not from the stars do I my judgement pluck
- COMPLETE ANALYSIS OF SONNET 13: O! That you were yourself; but, love, you are
- COMPLETE ANALYSIS OF SONNET 12: When I do count the clocks that tell the time
8. Complete the following sentences with information from the text:
(a) When the family gathers round the fire, the cat casually goes out of the room.
(b) The cat droops his head nearly to his paws and sends a call to his kindred.
(c) Cats go for sport to the suburban backyards as they get older.
9. Fill in the chart with information from the text:
(a) The cat has many enemies. He looks keenly from side to side and moves noiselessly
.(b) He wants to see if every muscle is in full working order. The cat stretches himself a few times.
(c) The cat knows his friends and
every landmark. The cat does not like to leave his country and the land.
10. Split the following sentences:
(a) They postponed their visit as the programme was called off.
Ans: The programme was called off. They postponed their visit.
(b) Having fought the battle, he returned victorious.
Ans: He had fought the battle. He returned victorious.
(c) He poured some water into the glass and drank it.
Ans: He poured some water into the glass. He drank the water.
(d) He was afraid lest he be proved guilty.
Ans: He might be proved guilty. He was afraid of that.
11. Join the following pairs of sentences into a single sentence:
a) He is wise. He is brave.
Ans: He is wise as well as brave.
b)My grandfather lives in a big house. The house is by the river.
Ans: My grandfather lives in a big house beside the river.
c) I got a new book. I felt happy.
Ans: When I got a new book and I felt happy.
d) Muskan is sick. She could not attend the function.
Ans: Muskan could not attend the function because she is sick.
12. Suppose you are the Secretary of a club which has decided to open a library.
Write a notice (within 100 words) to the members of your club inviting them
to actively join this programme by donating books for the library.
This is to inform all the members of our club that there will be an open library on the 13th of this month. Each and every member must actively take part by donating books for this session. And the weak students will get a privilege to get access to the library. I along with the manager will host this function. It will take place in the field near our club. The show will begin at 12 pm. I want every member to be present and volunteer the program as well. For further details do contact the manager.