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The Clever Shepherd All textual Questions and Answers | Lesson 2 | Class 7

The Clever Shepherd All textual Questions and Answers | Lesson 2 | Class 7 | Sankardev Shishu Niketan Solutions Assam 

The Clever Shepherd All textual Questions and Answers | Lesson 2 | Class 7
The Clever Shepherd All textual Questions and Answers | Lesson 2 | Class 7 

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Lesson 2 The Clever Shepherd Questions Answers | Class 7 


Word note: 

Puzzled: - Confused
Council: A group of people chosen to give advice or to make rules.
Affairs: something needing action or attention.
Occasion: a special event or ceremony.
Humble: of low rank or position.
Disguise: something that is worn to hide who one really is.

Working with the text

1. Answer the following questions: 

a) Why did King John dislike the Abbot? 
Answer: King John disliked everyone who was rich and powerful. King John Disliked the Abbot because he was richer than the King.

b) How many servants did the Abbot have?
Answer:  The Abbot had hundreds of Servants.

c) What three questions did the King ask the Abbot? 
Answers: The three questions that King asked the abbot are as follows: 
(a) Firstly, The worth of the King,
(b) Secondly, the question was about the time, King asked that How much it will take him to ride around the world.
(c) Thirdly, What King was thinking?

d) What did the shepherd ask for the Abbot to help him? 
Answer: Shepherd asked the Abbot to exchange his clothes and lend him Abbot's rope for a few days in order to help him.

e) Why could not the shepherd work for the King as his Abbot? 
Answer:  The shepherd could not work for the King, because he can only think and speak but cannot either read or write.

2 Complete the following sentences-

i) King John ruled over England.
ii) One of the priests in the court was the Abbot of Canterbury.
ii) The Abbot was helped by a Shepherd.
iv) According to the shepherd, the worth of the King was Twenty-Five shillings.
v) The punishment decided for the Abbot for not giving an answer to King's questions was death.

3. Match items in list A with their meaning in list B. 

(a) Knight - a man of noble rank.
(b) shillings - a unit of money.
(c) wit - ability to say things that are both clever and amusing.
(d) robe - dress
(e) resemble - look like.

Working with language 

The adverb form of 'serious' is 'seriously' and 'immediate' is 'immediately. Now write the adverb form of the following adjectives: Adjective: 


(a) humble    -   humbly
(b) close         -   closely
(c) able          -    ably
(d) wise          -   wisely
(e) kind          -   kindly
(f) proud        - proudly
(g) angry        - angrily

2. Study the following questions and their answers: 

Q. Have you finished your homework? 
A, Yes, I have. 
A: No, I haven't. 

The first one of the two answers is called short affirmative answer and the second one is called short negative answer. 

Now give short affirmative answers (SAA) and short negative answers (SNA) to the following questions. 

a) Q: Do you have a car? 
SAA: Yes, I have.
SNA: No, I haven't

b) Q: Are you reading now? 
SAA: Yes, I am
SNA: No, I'm not

c)Q: Will they come early?
SAA: Yes, They will.
SNA: No, they will not.

d) Q: Must he write the answers in ink? 
SAA: Yes, He must.
SNA: No, He must not.

e)Q: Can she speak Hindi? 
SAA: Yes, She can
SNA. No, she can't

3. Turn the following sentences into reported speech:
i) The King said, "What do you mean by this?" 
Answer: The king asked what did he meant by that.

ii) The shepherd said to the King, "Your Majesty, it is only a simple 
Answer: The shepherd told King that it was only a simple arithmetic.

ii) The King said to the shepherd, "Aren't you the Abbot of Canterbury?" 
Answer: The King asked the shepherd, whether he was not the Abbot of Canterbury.

iv) The shepherd said to the King, "l am in fact only a humble shepherd of 
Answer: The shepherd told the king that in fact, he was only a humble shepherd of him.

v) The King said, "Don't carry your jokes too far."
Answer: The king ordered not to carry his jokes too far. 

Our everyday life is full of conversations with people around us. Our 
conversations are like a dialogue. For example, when you are speaking to 
your teacher and discussing a textbook exercise, there is a dialogue taking
place between you and the teacher, where you ask each other questions 
and answer them. 

Two situations are given below. Write dialogues on them. 

1. Recently you visited the zoo with your parents. You have to describe your experience to your friend. (This will be in reported speech) 

2. You and your friend making holiday plans. 
(A conversation)

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