6th English Book Back Answers Unit 2: Brought to Book
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Term 3 – Supplementary
Unit – 2 Brought to Book
A. Read the story again and fill in the table with the present condition of the characters given below.
|Ms. English||Unrecognizable, covered with ink and grease spots, mercilessly dog-eared, two comers chewed away, not covered with brown sheets, dropped her carelessly, and stuffed her anyhow in the crammed bag.|
|Mr. School Bag||Had broken straps and the buckles were dragging behind him. Everything is crammed anyhow at the last moment in it.|
|The Young Master Notebook||Out of anger, thrown against the wall by Mahesh.|
|Mr. Pencil Box||Not cleaned, Mahesh chewed him, whenever he got stuck for an answer. He pointed his scarred body to everyone.|
|Mr. Geography||No cover, the contents page was hanging in on its last threads. The worst part, were the maps which had been filled in mercilessly with all the colours in the paint box.|
B. Answer the questions.
1. Why was Mahesh brought to court?
Mahesh was brought to court because he ill-treated the books, notebooks, school bags and the pencil box.
2. Was Mahesh punished for the ill-treatment of his belongings? Why?
Mahesh was not punished for the ill-treatment of his belongings because Ms. English supported him and asked everyone to give him a second chance. She said that he deserved a little consideration.
3. Why did the fellow brothers of Mr. Geography laugh at him?
The fellow brothers of Mr. Geography laughed at him seeing his worst condition.
4. What made Justice Mathematics turn red with angdr?
Mahesh threw the young Master Notebook against the wall, when he failed to solve a problem. Everyone in the court was shocked and started talking at once. This made Justice Mathematics turn red with anger.
5. How was the court different from other courts?
The punishment there is decided by the victims and they decide by majority, if the verdicts are more than one.
6. Why did they decide to forgive him? Who initiated the suggestion?
They decided to forgive him because it was the first offence of Mahesh and they agreed to give him a second chance. This suggestion was initiated by Ms. English.
7. Was it real or a dream? How could you say?
It was a dream, we know this at the end, when Mahesh’s mother shakes him up to get up, as it was late for school.
C. Read the lines and answer the questions.
1. “You have to undo what you have done. Do you understand?”
a. Who said these words to whom?
Justice Mathematics said these words to Mahesh.
b. What was he asked to undo?
He was asked to rectify or to set right the ill-treatment done to Ms. English.
2. I especially envy my brother, who belongs to Shobitha.
a. Who is envy of whom?
Mr. Geography is envy of his brother, who belonged to Shobitha.
b. Why does he envy his brother?
He envied his brother because he was neatly covered and handled gently by Shobitha.
3. “I don’t mean to interrupt, You Honour, it is just that I feel that everyone deserves a second chance and, after, all this is Mahesh’s first offense, he deserves a little consideration.”
a. What do these lines tell about the speaker?
The speaker is sympathetic and faithful to her owner Mahesh.
b. Who does the word T refer to?
The word T refers to Ms. English.
D. Think and Answer.
1. If you were Ms, English, would you do the same? Why or Why not? Justify your answer,
If I were Ms. English, I would do the same because it was the first offence of Mahesh. He should be given another chance to rectify his mistakes and faults. Being a child, he deserves a little consideration. Since he was given a second chance, he realised his mistakes and tried to set them right. The following year, he got the prize for the ‘Best Looked-After Books’.
E. Work in Groups.
1. Prepare a chart with dos and don’ts of books and class work maintenance. Use your creativity in presenting your ideas. Use short sentences and phrases.
Maintenance of Books
- Take care of your favourite books by treating it carefully and storing it responsibly.
- Store your books in a cool and dry atmosphere away from heat resources.
- Dust your book regularly and put a protective cover on it to be extra careful.
- Wrap the books in acid-free cloth or purchase a book-storage box.
- Handle books hygienically.
- Turn pages carefully.
- Try to use two hands, while reading.
- Cover them with brown sheets every two months, and label them neatly.
- Don’t touch your book with dirty hands or read it while eating or drinking.
- Avoid storing books in plastic bags. Books need to breathe and plastic can cause moulding or warping.
- Remove large or bulky bookmarks.
- Avoid folding or dog-earing the comers of pages, as they can cause lasting damage.
- Avoid damage to the binding.
- Don’t bend paper back covers, while reading. It can be difficult to get them to resume their original shape and it often causes spine damage.
F. Collect any three pictures of your favourite cartoon characters and get them pasted in your class work. Write a few lines about them.
Mickey Mouse is a funny animal cartoon character and the mascot of The Walt Disney Company. He was created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks in 1928. An anthropomorphic mouse who typically wears red shorts, large yellow shoes, and white gloves, Mickey is one of the world’s most recognizable characters. He appeared in over 130 films. Beginning in 1930, Mickey has also been featured extensively as a comic strip character. 90th Anniversary of Mickey Mouse has been celebrated on November 18, 2018 around the World.
Donald Duck is a cartoon character created in 1934 at Walt Disney Productions. Donald is an anthropomorphic white duck with a yellow-orange bill, legs, and feet. He typically wears a sailor shirt and cap with a bow tie. Donald is most famous for his semi-intelligible speech and his mischievous and temperamental personality. Along with his friend Mickey Mouse, Donald is one of the most popular Disney characters and was included in TV Guide’s list of the 50 greatest cartoon characters of all time in 2002.
Scoobert “Scooby” Doo is the eponymous character and protagonist of the animated television franchise of the same name created in 1969 by the American animation company Hanna-Barbera. Scooby-Doo is a male Great Dane and lifelong companion of amateur detective Shaggy Rogers, with whom he shares many personality traits. He features a mix of both canine and human behaviors, treated by his friends more or less as an equal while speaking in a famous speech impediment. His catchphrase is “Scooby-Dooby-Doo!”
Connecting To Self:
Discuss in Class.
Read the following and have a discussion on which of these are fair and ethical to laugh at and which are not. Why?
1. Accidental or embarrassing situations :
We should not laugh at an accidental situation, as people feel embarrassed and feel hurt.
2. Weird behaviour of animals and kids :
The weird behaviour of animals and kids cause laughter to everyone. This is fair and ethical to laugh at because animals and kids do weird things sometimes. They enjoy, when we laugh at them doing these weird things.
3. Culture and religion :
We should not laugh at the culture and religion of others, since this leads to unnecessary arguments and problems.
4. Funny pantomimes and stand up comedies.
This is fair and ethical to laugh at because it is performed for the audience to laugh and enjoy the show.
5. Physical appearance.
We should not laugh at the physical appearance of others because they get hurt and try to be aloof always.
6. Language and dialect.
We should not make fun of others’ language and dialect, because it is not ethical and fair. Language and dialect varies from person to person. No one talks exactly the same at all times.
7. Humorous Movies.
People enjoy going to a humorous movie, as they get relaxed for a few hours from their stressful life. So it is fair and ethical to laugh at these humorous movies.
8. Friendly Imitation and mimicry.
When we watch friendly imitation and mimicry. We can have a hearty laugh at it, because the performance is done to entertain the audience.
Steps to Success:
In a certain code ‘extremely’ is written as XKDLDQSWD. Figure out the code and rewrite the following words in the same code.
Hint: Write the previous letter of the alphabet given in a word and then write the letters in reverse order.
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