The Boy and the cat - The Magic Carpet - Class 7 - English
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Read these sentences and tick () the correct meaning of the words in colour. a. There sat a bright red roly-poly cat twirling its whiskers. roly-poly a. fat and round b. long and thin whiskers a. bread on the side of a face b. stiff, long hair on a cat’s face b. Without batting an eyelid, the Cat retorted.... a. without closing one’s eyes b. without showing surprise at something unusual c. To cover up, I hurriedly blurted out.... cover up a. hide the truth b. cover something to protect it blurted out a. whispered b. said something without thinking carefully d. If Tree Cat were here, he could tell you precisely. a. approximately b. exactly e. I said, “How come?” a. How did you come? b. How or why something happened. f. Before he could carry on, I butted in. a. hit someone b. interrupted a conversation or discussion g. This statement was followed by a long and gloomy silence. a. dark b. without hope of success or happiness h. Every few minutes he thought gravely, drew a line..... a. in a serious manner b. like one buried in a grave i. I lost my temper. a. became happy b. failed to control my anger j. “What rubbish!” I snapped. a. made a sudden sharp cracking sound b. said something quickly and irritably k. Not a peep out of the Cat. a. a quick look b. a slight sound or noise
a. a. fat and round
b. b. without showing surprise at something unusual c. a. hide the truth
d. b. exactly e. b. How or why something happened. f. b. interrupted a conversation or discussion g. b. without hope of success or happiness h. a. in a serious manner
i. b. failed to control my anger j. b. said something quickly and irritably k. a. a quick look
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Tick () the word that is correct in both sentences.
a. Don’t leave dirty plates in the ______________.
The wheels began to ______________ in the mud.
a. kitchen b. sink c. slip
b. A ___________ buzzed around the room.
Will you teach me how to ______________ a kite?
a. wasp b. make c. fly
c. They will ______________ the match.
Did you ______________ your keys?
a. win b. lose c. find
d. The ______________ is standing still in the water.
You will need to ______________ your neck for a better view.
a. crane b. stretch c. stork e. Dhanush has fallen ______________. I am ______________ of the food in the hostel. a. ill b. down c. sick f. She is ______________ as strong as her sister. It was a ______________ decision, in my opinion. a. almost b. fair c. just g. The giant carried a large wooden ______________. Abhijeet has gone to the ______________ to play tennis. a. club b. stadium c. staff h. I scraped my knee on the rough ______________ of the tree. The thieves ran away as the dogs began to ______________. a. bite b. bark c. trunk i. Let Raman ______________ the bill. He just got paid. Divij hurt his ______________ while running up the hillside. a. toes b. pay c. foot
“It’s very tough. Want to see how tough?” Who said this and what was ‘tough’?