NCERT Class 9 English Solutions: Chapter 7-Packing Part 2

Question 1:

Match the words/phrases in column A with their meanings in column B.

Q.

Table of Match The Words/Phrases In Column A With Their Meanings In Column B
Table of Match The Words/Phrases In Column A With Their Meanings In Column B

A

B

1.

slaving

(i)

a quarrel or an argument

2.

chaos

(ii)

remove something from inside another

thing using a sharp tool

3.

rummage

(iii)

strange, mysterious, difficult to explain

4.

Scrape out

(iv)

finish successfully, achieve

5.

Stumble over, tumble

into

(v)

search for something by moving things

around hurriedly or carelessly

6.

accomplish

(vi)

Complete confusion and disorder

7.

uncanny

(vii)

Fall, or step awkwardly while walking

8.

(to have or get into)

A row

(viii)

Working hard

Answer:

Table of Answer The Words/Phrases
Table of Answer The Words/Phrases

A

B

1.

slaving

(viii)

Working hard

2.

chaos

(vi)

Complete confusion and disorder

3.

rummage

(v)

search for something by moving things

around hurriedly or carelessly

4.

Scrape out

(ii)

remove something from inside another

thing using a sharp tool

5.

Stumble over, tumble

into

(vii)

Fall, or step awkwardly while walking

6.

accomplish

(iv)

finish successfully, achieve

7.

uncanny

(iii)

strange, mysterious, difficult to explain

8.

(to have or get into)

A row

(i)

a quarrel or an argument

Image of Packing By Children For Trip

Image of Packing by Children for Trip

Image of Packing By Children For Trip

Question 2:

Use suitable words or phrases from Column A above to complete the paragraph given

below.

Q. A Traffic Jam

During power cuts, when traffic lights go off, there is utter ______ at crossroads. Drivers

add to the confusion by ______ over their right of way, and nearly come to blows. Sometimes

passers-by, seeing a few policemen ______ at regulating traffic, step in to help. This gives them

a feeling of having ______ something.

Traffic jam with cars honking

Traffic Jam

Traffic jam with cars honking

Answer:

During power cuts, when traffic lights go off, there is utter chaos at crossroads. Drivers add to

the confusion by getting into a row over their right of way, and nearly come to blows. Sometimes

passers-by, seeing a few policemen slaving at regulating traffic, step in to help. This gives them a

feeling of having accomplished something.

Question 3:

Q. The table below has some proverbs telling you what to do and what not to do. Fill in the blanks

and add a few more such proverbs to the table.

Table of Some Proverbs Telling You What To Do And What Not To Do
Table of Some Proverbs Telling You What To Do And What Not To Do

positive

Negative

(i)

Save for a rainy day.

(i)

Don’t cry over spilt milk.

(ii)

Make hay while the sun shines.

(ii)

Don’t put the cart before the

Horse.

(iii)

______before you leap

(iii)

______a mountain out of a mole hill.

(iv)

______ and let live.

(iv)

______all your eggs in one basket.

Answer:

Table of Answer of Some Proverbs Telling You What To Do And What Not To Do
Table of Answer of Some Proverbs Telling You What To Do And What Not To Do

positive

Negative

(i)

Save for a rainy day.

(i)

Don’t cry over spilt milk.

(ii)

Make hay while the sun shines.

(ii)

Don’t put the cart before the

horse.

(iii)

Look before you leap

(iii)

Don’t make a mountain out of a mole hill.

(iv)

Live and let live.

(iv)

Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.

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