NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Honeysuckle Chapter 3

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Honeysuckle Chapter 3  Taro’s Reward and the poem 3 The Quarrel is given below. Visit to NCERT Solutions for other subjects or Ask Your Questions as well as answer the questions already ask by someone.



Class:6
Subject:English – Honeysuckle
Chapter 3:Taro’s Reward

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Honeysuckle Chapter 3

Taro’s Reward

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Taro’s Reward: Question-Answers

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The Quarrel

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Honeysuckle Poem 3 The Quarrel is given below to use online. Visit to Class 6 English main page for the other chapters.

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Passages for Comprehension
I – Passage for comprehension

Read the following passages carefully and answers the questions given below:
A YOUNG woodcutter named Taro lived with his mother and father on a lonely hillside. All day long he chopped wood in the forest. Though he worked very hard, he earned very little money. This made him sad, for he was a thoughtful son and wanted to give his old parents everything they needed.
Questions:
1. Who was Taro?
2. What did he want?
3. What was his source of livelihood? See Answers

II – Passage for comprehension

Read the following passages carefully and answers the questions given below:
Taro saw a beautiful little waterfall hidden behind a rock. Kneeling at a place where the water flowed quietly, he cupped a little in his hands and put it to his lips. Was it water? Or was it saké? He tasted it again and again, and always it was the delicious saké instead of cold water.
Taro quickly filled the pitcher he had with him and hurried home. The old man was delighted with the saké. After only one swallow of the liquid he stopped shivering and did a little dance in the middle of the floor.
Questions:
1. What did Taro see behind the rock?
2. Why was he surprised?
3. Why did he hurry home? See Answers


III – Passage for comprehension

Read the following passages carefully and answers the questions given below:
The story of Taro and his magic waterfall reached the Emperor of Japan. He sent for the young woodcutter, and rewarded him with twenty pieces of gold for having been so good and kind. Then he named the most beautiful fountain in the city after Taro. This, said the Emperor, was to encourage all children to honour and obey their parents.
Questions:
1. Who rewarded Taro and why?
2. What did Taro get as a reward?
3. Find a word from passage that means the same as to ‘respect’. See Answers

Suggested Answers of Passages
Answers: Passage I

1. Taro was a hard working young man and a poor woodcutter.
2. He wanted to make their parents happy by fulfilling their needs.
3. He used to chop wood in the forest and earned money by selling it.

Answers: Passage II

1. Taro saw a little waterfall behind the rock.
2. He was surprised because the water tasted like sake instead of cold water.
3. He hurried home to offer the sake to his old, shivering father.


Answers: Passage III

1. The Emperor of Japan rewarded Taro for his goodness, obedience and service to his old parents.
2. Taro got twenty pieces of gold in reward.
3. Honour.

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Why did Taro run in the direction of the stream?

Taro ran in the direction of stream because he had never heard before that sound of falling water. He was thirsty also.

How did Taro’s father show his happiness after drinking saké?

After drinking sake, his father warmth as well as energetic. He stopped shivering and started dancing.

Why did the waterfall give Taro saké and others water?

Taro was a thoughtful son. Therefore the waterfall obliged Taro and changed water into sake as a reward for him. But the other people were greedy. So, it remained plan water for them.

Why did the villagers want to drown Taro?

The villagers also went to collect sake. But they got only plan water. They thought Taro made them fool. So, they wanted to punish him.

Why did the Emperor reward Taro?

Taro was fully devoted towards his parents. The emperor wanted to encourage all children to respect, obey and serve their parents. So, he rewarded Taro as a role model.