Thursday, August 23, 2012

Seen comphrension:Nasiruddin for class-6

A Talk about the picture and read more about Nasruddin.
The next day Nasruddin got up early and walked to the school. The teachers and students were very happy to see him. They asked him to come in and sit down. So Nasruddin went in and sat down.
‘What can I do for you? he said. The students asked him to teach them. ‘What can I teach you?’ asked Nasruddin, ‘We don’t know, replied the students. ‘We don’t know anything.’
Nasruddin was surprised. ‘You are students, but you don’t know anything! You haven’t learnt anything, so I can’t teach you anything!’ Then Nasruddin stood up, walked out of the classroom, and went home.
1. Write whether the following statements are true or false, If false, give the correct answer. 1×5 = 5
(a) The teachers and the students become very happy to see Nasruddin.
(b) The teachers asked Nasruddin to teach them.
(c) Nasruddin was surprised because the students did not know anything.
(d) Nasruddin will never come to school.
(e) He went to school on foot.

2. Choose the best answer from the following alternatives. 1×5 = 5

(a) Nasruddin went to school —.
i. by a rickshaw ii. on foot
iii. by bus iv. by car
(b) His presence made the — happy.
i. villagers ii. teachers iii. teachers and students iv. students
(c) Nasruddin did not teach the students because they did not know —.
i. anything ii. everything iii. something iv. nothing
(d) The — made Nasruddin surprised.
i. student’s answer ii. student’s behavior iii. teacher’s teaching iv. teachers questions
(e) Nasruddin will return to school —.
i. the next day ii. today iii. never iv. yesterday
3. Fill in each gap in the following passage with a suitable word form the box. There are more words than necessary. 1×10 = 5
visited answered unhappy cordially
wisdom happy teach departure
know ideal arrival go

Nasruddin was an (a) — man. He was well known for his (b) —. One day he (c) — a school on foot. The teachers and the students were very (d) — at his (e) —. They received him (f) —. He (g) — into the classroom. The students asked him to (h) — them, Nasruddin wanted to (i) — what he would teach them. The students (j) — they knew nothing.

1. (a) True (b) False. Correct Ans. The students asked Nasuriddin to teach them (c) True (d) False Correct Ans. Nasruddin will come back to school the next day. (e) True.
2. (a) ii. on foot; (b) ii. teachers and students (c) i. anything (d) i. students answer (c) i. the next day.
3. (a) ideal (b) wisdom (c) visited (d) happy (e) arrival (f) cordially, (g) went (h) teach (i) know (j) answered.

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