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Subject:English – Honeysuckle
Chapter 10:The Banyan Tree

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Honeysuckle Chapter 10

The Banyan Tree

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Passages for Comprehension
I – Passage for comprehension

Read the following passages carefully and answers the questions given below:
Its spreading branches, which hung to the ground and took root again, forming a number of twisting passages, gave me endless pleasure. Among them were squirrels and snails and butterflies. The tree was older than the house, older than Grandfather, as old as Dehra Dun itself. I could hide myself in its branches, behind thick green leaves, and spy on the world below.
Questions:
1. Name the lesson.
2. What did the author do there?
3. Find a word from the above passage that means opposite to ‘ordinary’. See Answers

II – Passage for comprehension

Read the following passages carefully and answers the questions given below:
Halfway up the tree I had built a crude platform where I would spend the afternoons when it was not too hot. I could read there propping myself up against the tree with a cushion from the living room. Treasure Island, Huckleberry Finn and The Story of Dr Dolittle were some of the books that made up my banyan tree library.
Questions:
1. How did the author make himself comfortable in the tree?
2. What did he do there?
3. Find out a word from the above passage that is opposite to ‘refined’. See Answers


III – Passage for comprehension

Read the following passages carefully and answers the questions given below:
At the same moment that the cobra struck, the crow and the myna hurled themselves at him, only to collide heavily in mid-air. Shrieking insults at each other they returned to the cactus plant. A few drops of blood glistened on the cobra’s back.
Questions:
1. Name the lesson.
2. For what purpose were the myna and the crow there?
3. Find out a word from the above passage that is same as ‘brighten’. See Answers

Suggested Answers of Passages
Answers: Passage I

1. The name of the lesson is ‘Banyan Tree’.
2. The author used to hide himself in the tree’s branches and observed the activities going on out there.
3. Magnificent.

Answers: Passage II

1. The author made himself comfortable on the platform built up in the branches.
2. He used to read story books there.
3. Crude.


Answers: Passage III

1. The name of the lesson is ‘Banyan Tree’.
2. The myna and the crow were waiting to prey on the cobra.
3. Glistened.

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Who were the other two spectators? What did they do? (Did they watch, or did they join in the fight?)

The other two spectators were a myna and a jungle crow. They saw the preparations of the battle and had settled on the cactus to watch the outcome. They tried to join the fight by hurling themselves at the cobra.

What happened to the crow in the end?

In the end the crow flung nearly twenty feet across the garden by a blow from the cobra’s snout. It fluttered about a while, then lay still.

What did the myna do finally?

Myna finally dropped cautiously to the ground, hopped about, peered into the bushes from a safe distance and then with a shrill cry of congratulations flew away.

The word ‘round’ usually means a kind of shape. What is its meaning in the story?

The word ‘round’ in the story means the different phases of the fight between the cobra and the mongoose.