6th English Book Back Answers Unit 3: I Dream of Spices
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6th English Book Back Answer
Term 1 – Poem
Unit – 3 I Dream of Spices
|1-2||My mother would say: “Little hoy Raj…||My mother would call out to me ‘Little boy Raj’.|
|3-6||Go to Muthu s and get some cinnamon, betel leaves and ginger and garlic. ”||She would say to go to Muthu’s shop and get some cinnamon, betel leaves and ginger and garlic.|
|7-11||And so I go to the shops singing all the way and when Muthu asks me what l ‘d want ! rattle off a list:||And so I would go to the shops, singing all the way and when Muthu asks me what I would want, I recite to him a list of items.|
|12-13||“Sesame seeds, onions tomatoes and pickles”||Sesame seeds, onions, tomatoes and pickle I forget the things told by my mother.|
|14-15||And back home, Mother twists my ears Ouch!||And when I go home my mother gets angry and twists my ears. I had forgotten what she has told. I cry in pain.|
- cinnamon – the bark of a tree that gives a delicious flavour to food
- garlic – a small bulb with a strong taste used in cooking
- rattle off – recite
- sesame seeds – gingelly seeds
- ouch – sound that expresses pain
Read and Understand
A. Answer the following questions.
1. Who is Raj?
Raj is a little boy.
2. Where did Raj’s mother send him?
Raj’s mother sent him to a shop.
3. Who is Muthu?
Muthu is the owner of a shop.
4. What did the mother ask Raj to buy?
His mother asked him to buy some cinnamon, betel leaves, ginger, and garlic.
5. What did Raj buy?
Raj bought sesame seeds, onions, tomatoes, and pickles.
B. Choose the correct answers.
1. Mother called _______
2. Mother did not ask for _______
(c) betel leaves
3. Raj did not buy _______
(a) onions and sesame
(b) ginger and garlic
(c) tomato and pickles
Appreciating The Poem
C Find an example of alliteration in the poem.
- sesame – seeds
- what – want
- ginger – garlic
D. Listen to the poem read by your teacher.
Read the poem aloud in pairs. One person reads out Raj’s words and the other reads the mother’s. Take turns and read.
(To be done by the students)
E. Tell the story of the poem In three or four sentences with the help of the pictures given below.
- The mother asks her son to go to the shop and buy a few items.
- The boy goes to a shop and buys different items.
- He returns home.
- Mother sees the items & punishes him.
F. Read the jumbled lines from the poem and rearrange them in the correct order.
|1.||cinnamon, betel leaves||9. tomatoes and pickles”|
|2.||and ginger and garlic”||10. “Sesame seeds, onions|
|3.||Go to Muthu’s||11. I rattle off a list:|
|4.||My mother would say :||12. what I’d want|
|5.||and get some||13. and when Muthu asks me|
|6.||“Little boy Raj…||14. my mother twists my ears|
|7.||And so I go to the shops||15. and back home|
|8.||singing all the way||16 ouch!|
4. My mother would say:
6. “Little boy Raj…
3. Go to Muthu’s
5. and get some
1. cinnamon, betel leaves
2. and ginger and garlic.”
7. And so I go to the shops
8. singing all the way
13. and when Muthu asks me
12. what I’d want
11. I rattle off a list:
10. “Sesame seeds, onions
9. tomatoes and pickles”
15. And back home,
14. My mother twists my ears
G. Fill in the blanks with different words and write your own poem.
Your Title for the poem: Me and Mani!
My mom would say :
“Little boy/girl Mano
Go to Mani’s
and get some
Carrot and Onion”
And so I go to the Mani’s
singing all the way
and when Mani asks me
what I want
I rattle off a list:
Cakes and Wafers”
And back home,
My mom twists my ears
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