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i need a summary of "the little girl" of class 9 english.
Character sketch of kezia in about 80 words
Imagine yourself to be Kezia. Write a diary entry expressing your feeling for being beaten and punished for tearing your fathers great speech.
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Has your life been different from or similar to that of Kezia when you were a child? Has your perception about your parents changed now? Do you find any change in your parents' behaviour vis-a-vis yours? Who had become more understanding? What steps would you like to take to build a relationship based on understanding? Write three or four paragraphs (150-200 words) discussing these issues from your own experience.
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Answer the following questions in one or two sentences.
1. Why was Kezia afraid of her father?
2. Who were the people in Kezia’s family?
3. What was Kezia’s father’s routine
(i) before going to his office?
(ii) after coming back from his office?
(iii) on Sundays?
4. In what ways did Kezia’s grandmother encourage her to get to know her father better?
answer in 40 to 50 words
'thinking about him alone was like thinking about a giant' Why did Kezia thing about her father so???
Your friend sits for hours chatting on Facebook instead of finishing important assignments.
He is falling behind with his school work. With your partner, discuss how to help your friend.
Form pairs or groups and discuss the following questions.
1. This story is not an Indian story. But do you think there are fathers, mothers and grandmothers like the ones portrayed in the story in our own country?
2. Was Kezia’s father right to punish her? What kind of a person was he?
You might find some of these words useful in describing him:
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Discuss these questions in class with your teacher and then write down your answers in two or three paragraphs each.
1. Kezia’s efforts to please her father resulted in displeasing him very much. How did this happen?
2. Kezia decides that there are “different kinds of fathers”. What kind of father was Mr. Macdonald, and how was he different from Kezia’s father?
3. How does Kezia begin to see her father as a human being who needs her sympathy?
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Look at the following sentence.
There was a glad sense of relief when she heard the noise of the carriage growing fainter...
Here, glad means happy about something.
Glad, happy, pleased, delighted, thrilled and overjoyed are synonyms (words or expressions that have the same or nearly the same meaning.) However, they express happiness in certain ways.
Read the sentences below
• She was glad that the meeting was over.
• The chief guest was pleased to announce the name of the winner.
1. Use an appropriate word from the synonyms given above in the following sentences. Clues are given in brackets.
(i) She was __________ by the news of her brother’s wedding. (very pleased)
(ii) I was __________to be invited to the party. (extremely pleased and excited about)
(iii) She was __________ at the birth of her granddaughter. (extremely happy)
(iv) The coach was __________ with his performance. (satisfied about)
(v) She was very __________ with her results. (happy about something that has happened).
2. Study the use of the word big in the following sentence.
He was so big − his hands and his neck, especially his mouth…
Here, big means large in size.
Now, consult a dictionary and find out the meaning of big in the following sentences. The first one has been done for you.
(i) You are a big girl now. older
(ii) Today you are going to take the biggest decision of your career. _________
(iii) Their project is full of big ideas. _________
(iv) Cricket is a big game in our country. _________
(v) I am a big fan of Lata Mangeskar. _________
(vi) You have to cook a bit more as my friend is a big eater. _________
(vii) What a big heart you’ve got, Father dear. _________
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a) the loss of money
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WHY WAS THE LITTLE GIRL AFRAID OF HIS FATHER?
Verbs of Reporting
Study the following sentences.
• “What!” screamed Mother.
• “N-n-no”, she whispered.
• “Sit up,” he ordered.
The italicised words are verbs of reporting. We quote or report what someone has said or thought by using a reporting verb. Every reporting clause contains a reporting verb. For example:
• He promised to help in my project.
• “How are you doing?” Seema asked.
We use verbs of reporting to advise, order, report statements, thoughts, intentions, questions, requests, apologies, manner of speaking and so on.
1. Underline the verbs of reporting in the following sentences.
(i) He says he will enjoy the ride.
(ii) Father mentioned that he was going on a holiday.
(iii) No one told us that the shop was closed.
(iv) He answered that the price would go up.
(v) I wondered why he was screaming.
(vi) Ben told her to wake him up.
(vii) Ratan apologised for coming late to the party.
2. Some verbs of reporting are given in the box. Choose the appropriate verbs and fill in the blanks in the following sentences.
(i) “I am not afraid,” __________ the woman.
(ii) “Leave me alone,” my mother __________.
(iii) The children __________ that the roads were crowded and noisy.
(iv) “Perhaps he isn’t a bad sort of a chap after all,” __________the master.
(v) “Let’s go and look at the school ground,” __________ the sports teacher.
(vi) The traffic police __________ all the passers-by to keep off the road.
Read the following poem carefully.THE WORLDGreat, wide, beautiful, wonderful World,With the wonderful water round you curled,And the wonderful grass upon your breast-World, you are beautifully drest.The wonderful air is over me,And the wonderful wind is shaking the tree,It walks on the water, and whirls the mills,And talks to itself on the tops of the hills,You friendly Earth, how for do you go,With the wheat-fields that nod and the rivers that flow,With cities and gardens, and cliffs, and islesAnd people upon you for thousands of miles?Ah! you are so great, and I am so small,I tremble to think of you, World, at all;And yet, when I said my prayers to-day,A whisper inside me seemed to say,‘You are more than the Earth though you are such a dot:You can love and think, and the Earth cannot!’On the basis of your understanding of the poem above, complete the following sentences.a. The ‘I’ refers to …………..and the ‘you’ refers to the ………….in the poem. (2)b. Pick out and write any two words from the poem that refer to the greatnessof the earth. (1)c. Pick out and write the words from the poem that refer to the following- (4)i. The green grass of the earth ………………ii. Whisper of the wind ……………..iii. Fear in the speakeriv. Oceans surrounding the earth ……………….d. ‘You are more than the Earth, though you are such a dot’ because…………. (1)
Read the following poem carefully.
Great, wide, beautiful, wonderful World,
With the wonderful water round you curled,
And the wonderful grass upon your breast-
World, you are beautifully drest.
The wonderful air is over me,
And the wonderful wind is shaking the tree,
It walks on the water, and whirls the mills,
And talks to itself on the tops of the hills,
You friendly Earth, how for do you go,
With the wheat-fields that nod and the rivers that flow,
With cities and gardens, and cliffs, and isles
And people upon you for thousands of miles?
Ah! you are so great, and I am so small,
I tremble to think of you, World, at all;
And yet, when I said my prayers to-day,
A whisper inside me seemed to say,
‘You are more than the Earth though you are such a dot:
You can love and think, and the Earth cannot!’
On the basis of your understanding of the poem above, complete the following sentences.
a. The ‘I’ refers to …………..and the ‘you’ refers to the ………….in the poem. (2)
b. Pick out and write any two words from the poem that refer to the greatness
of the earth. (1)
c. Pick out and write the words from the poem that refer to the following- (4)
i. The green grass of the earth ………………
ii. Whisper of the wind ……………..
iii. Fear in the speaker
iv. Oceans surrounding the earth ……………….
d. ‘You are more than the Earth, though you are such a dot’ because…………. (1)
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Given below are some emotions that Kezia felt. Match the emotions in the Column A with the items in Column B.
fear or terror
father comes into her room to give her a goodbye kiss
glad sense of relief
noise of the carriage grows fainter
a “funny” feeling, perhaps of understanding
father comes home
speaking to father
going to bed when alone at home
father comforts her and falls asleep
father stretched out on the sofa, snoring
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