NCERT Solutions for Class 10 English First Flight Chapter 3: Two Stories about Flying and poems How to tell Wild Animals as well as The Ball Poem. This includes all answers of oral comprehension check, working with the text, working with language, speaking and writing skills, etc. Download Offline Apps based on updated NCERT Solutions for 2019-20.
|Class 10:||English – First Flight|
|Chapter 3:||Two Stories About Flying|
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 English First Flight Chapter 3
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Two Stories about Flying: Question – Answers
- First Flight Chapter 3: Two Stories About Flying
- First Flight Chapter 3 Poem 1: How to Tell Wild Animals
- First Flight Chapter 3 Poem 2: The Ball Poem
- First Flight Chapter 3: Comprehension Passages
10 English Chapter 3: Two Stories about Flying – Answers
NCERT Solutions for Class 10 English First Flight Chapter 3: Two Stories about Flying is given below with all questions answers, working with the text, working with language, writing and reading, oral comprehension check, etc. Visit to Poems question-answers or Class 10 English main page or Top of the page.
10 English Chapter 3 Poem 1 & Poem 2: How to Tell wild Animals & The Ball Poem – Answers
NCERT Solutions for class 10 English Chapter 3 poem 1. How to tell Wild Animals and Poem 2. The Ball Poem is given below. Visit to First Flight Chapter 3 or Class 10 English main page or Top of the page.
Passages with Question Answer
I. Read the following passage and answer the questions that follows:
The young seagull was alone on his ledge. His two brothers and his sister had already flown away the day before. He had been afraid to fly with them. Somehow when he had taken a little run forward to the brink of the ledge and attempted to flap his wings he became afraid. The great expanse of sea stretched down beneath, and it was such a long way down — miles down.
1. Where was the seagull standing?
2. What was stretched beneath the seagull?
3. Find a word from the passage that means ‘spread’. See Answers
II. Read the following passage and answer the questions that follows:
Only his mother was looking at him. She was standing on a little high hump on the plateau, her white breast thrust forward. Now and again, she tore at a piece of fish that lay at her feet and then scrapped each side of her beak on the rock. The sight of the food maddened him. How he loved to tear food that way, scrapping his beak now and again to whet it.
1. Who is ‘him’ here?
2. Why did mother tear at piece of fish?
3. Find a word from the passage which means ‘to sharpen’. See Answers
III. Read the following passage and answer the questions that follows:
But when she was just opposite to him, she halted, her wings motionless, the piece of fish in her beak almost within reach of his beak. He waited a moment in surprise, wondering why she did not come nearer, and then, maddened by hunger, he dived at the fish. With a loud scream he fell outwards and downwards into space. Then a monstrous terror seized him and his heart stood still. He could hear nothing. But it only lasted a minute.
1. What was there in the beak of his mother?
2. What wondered the young seagull?
3. What was his state of mind? See Answers
Answers for passages
Comprehension Passage I – Answers
- The seagull was standing on his ledge.
- Beneath the seagull a great expanse of sea was stretched.
Comprehension Passage II – Answers
- Here ‘him’ refers to young seagull.
- Mother tore at piece of fish to encourage young seagull to fly.
Comprehension Passage III – Answers
- His mother had a piece of fish in her beak.
- The young seagull was wondered as to why his mother stopped in the way.
- His mind was caught in terror. His heart to stand still.