NCERT Class 7 English Solutions: Quality Chapter 5– Part 4

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Question 5:

Look at the picture.

Story of Anisa and Ajit

Story of Anisa and Ajit

Answer:

leaving the country. One student repeats Ajit’s statements. The other gives a reason for not agreeing with Ajit. The sentence openings given below should be used.

If I leave this country, I’ll miss ………….

There are some things which you can get only here, for example ………….

There are some special days I’ll miss, particularly ………….

Most of all I’ll miss ………………. because …………..

I think it’s impossible for me to leave my country because …………..

How can you leave your own country except when …………… ?

Depends on one’s intention. I can’t leave for good because ……………..

Maybe for a couple of years ……………..

Answer:

Ajit: I have decided to go abroad for higher studies

Anisa: Have you? I don’t think I’ll ever do that. I love my country.

If I leave this country, I’ll miss my friends and family. I will also miss the food.

There are some things which you can get only here, for example the food, snacks and the care and concern of people around.

There are some special days I’ll miss, particularly the festivals, birthdays and my parent’s anniversary.

Most of all I’ll miss my sister because we have been very close to each other and I share all my secrets with her.

I think it’s impossible for me to leave my country because I love my country and family too much and can’t go too far from them.

How can you leave your own country except when there is an emergency?

Depends on one’s intention. I can’t leave for good because I want to celebrate all my special moments with my close ones.

May be for a couple of years I think it should be fine.

Writing

Question 1:

Based on the following points write a story.

Your aunt has gone to her mother’s house.

Your uncle does his cooking.

He is absent-minded.

He puts vegetables on stove.

Vegetables on Stove

Vegetables on Stove

He begins to clean his bicycle outside.

The neighbour calls out saying something is burning.

Your uncle rushes to the kitchen.

To save vegetables, he puts some oil in them.

Unfortunately, it’s machine oil, not cooking oil.

What do you think happens to the vegetables?

Answer:

Begin like this Last month my aunt decided to visit her parents. They live in some other city. In absence of my aunt my uncle had to do all the cooking. He is very forgetful and absent-minded. One day he puts vegetable on stove for cooking and at the same time he goes out to clean his bicycle.

My uncle got involved in cleaning his bicycle so much that he completely forgot about the vegetables he had kept on the stove. One of his neighbour came to his place hurriedly telling about some burning smell coming from his kitchen. My uncle remembered about the vegetables he had kept on stove for cooking.

He rushed to the kitchen and to save them from getting burnt he poured some oil over them immediately. Only at the time of eating he realised it was not cooking oil but machine oil. The vegetables were completely spoiled, my uncle had to throw them away.

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