Wednesday, 8 April 2020

Kindness, Class: 7, Lesson: 4, Assam, English, Questions And Answers, Full Notes



questions and answers, kindness, class 7, lesson 4, full notes

1. Question
(a) When did the Kashmiri vendors travel to cities to sell their goods?
Answer: Kashmiri vendors traveled to cities at the beginning of the winter season to sell their goods.
(b) Why is it a hard life for the Kashmiri vendors? 
Answer: Kashmiri vendors have to travel to distant cities from their homeland of Kashmir. They have to stay in cheap hotels. They roam around the city streets all the day with heavy loads of clothes on their backs. They also have to shout for buyers and to bargain with them. So, it is a hard life for them.
(c) Why was the author surprised when his brother-in-law called the vendors?
Answer: The author was surprised when his brother-in-law called the vendors because they were not in need of any Kashmiri clothes from the vendors. He thought it was just time pass.
(d) "I felt sad and guilty at being a party to such behaviour." What does the word 'party' mean here? And what kind of behaviour did he refer to?
Answer: The word 'party' here means having association with any group. The author thought that his brother-in-law called in the Kashmiri vendors for no reason. He thought the brother-in-law would just inspect the clothes and would send him back. So, the author did not like that behaviour.
(e) Who was kind? What was his deed of kindness?
Answer: The brother-in-law of the author was kind. He invited the Kashimiri vendors with an intention to feed them. He urged his wife to offer a hearty meal.

Class 7 Science Lesson 4 In Assamese Medium

2. Here is some information about the Kashmiri vendors and the author's brother-in-law. Rewrite them in the correct column according to what you have understood from the story:

3. Rearrange the sentences according to the order in which events happened in the story and write them in your notebook:
(a) Two Kashmiri vendors came in to sell their goods.
(b) The brother-in-law made the offer of food look incidental.
(c) The vendors had food and left.
(d) The brother-in-law asked his wife to bring some food for the vendors.
(e) The brother-in-law enquired about their goods.
(f) The vendors hesitated to take the food.
(g) The vendors came in.

(a) Two Kashmiri vendors came in to sell their goods.
(g) The vendors came in.
(e) The brother-in-law enquired about their goods.
(d) The brother-in-law asked his wife to bring some food for the vendors.
(f) The vendors hesitated to take the food.
(c) The vendors had food and left.
(b) The brother-in-law made the offer of food look incidental.

4. Read this conversation between a vendor and his customer. Then work in pairs and play the roles of the customer and the vendor by taking turns.
Vegetable Vendor: (Calling out for customers) Come all! Buy farm fresh vegetables! Be healthy! Be happy!
Customer: How nice and fresh your vegetables look! What i9s the price of your tomatoes, cucumbers and potatoes?
Vegetables vendor: The tomatoes cost Rs 60/-, the cucumbers, Rs 55/- and the potatoes, Rs 35/- per kg.
Customer: Why are your prices so high? The other vendors are selling these vegetables for much less!
Vegetable vendor: Their prices may be lower Madam, but the health cost that you will have to bear after consuming theses vegetables will be quite high. Mine are organic and free of chemicals.
Customer: You are right. We should eat healthy, chemical-free food only. How much will you charge for a handful of green chilies and half a kilogram of capsicum?
Vegetable vendor: Rs 10/- for the chilies and Rs 100/- for the capsicums, madam.
Customer: Oh I see! How much do I need to pay you?
Vegetable vendor: Here are your vegetables, Madam. The total cost comes to Rs 260/-. You can pay me Rs 250/-. I'll give you the green chilies free of cost.
Customer: Thank you so much! Here is a Rs 2000/- note. Do you have change?
Vegetable vendor: Yes, I do Madam. Here you are. Do come again.

5.  Look at the pictures below carefully. Then listen to your teacher read a travel guide for Assam. As you listen, fill in the boxes under the pictures with the correct words. After you finish, exchange your textbook with a partner. Then read the passage yourself and check if your friend has written the answer correctly.

rang ghar,Assam,sivasagar


kareng ghar,Assam,

tea garden of Assam


rhino, one horned rhino of Assam


kamakhya temple, Guwahati, Assam



6. Let's practice some grammar:

Work in pairs. Here are some sentences. Each sentence has a second sentence after it, with a blank.

(a) The wares belong to the Kashmiri vendors. The are their wares.

(b) The wares carried on the back of the younger vendor. He carried the wares on his back.

(c) The author's brother-in-law called out the vendors. He called them in his house.

(d) The author was unhappy when the brother-in-law called in the Kashmiri vendors.

Look carefully at the words that you have used in the blank spaces. They say something about the word before which they are placed. They indicate the person or thing with which they are related, or to whom they belong. Such words are called possessive determiners. (To possess means to own). Such words answer the question "Whose?". Example: Whose wares? Their wares. Possessive determiners are thus words that are placed before nouns and indicate possession or ownership of the thing denoted by the noun. Some examples of possessive determiners are my, your, our, her, his. 

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