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NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English Honeycomb Chapter 6
Honeycomb Chapter 6: Question – Answers
- Honeycomb Chapter 6: Expert Detectives
- Honeycomb Poem 6: Mystery of the Talking Fan
- Honeycomb Passages with questions answers
7 English Chapter 6: Expert Detectives – Answers
7 English Poem 6: Mystery of the Talking Fan – Answers
Passages with Question Answer
I. Read the following passage and answer the questions that follows:
“Perhaps the police had to set his house on fire to force him out,” I suggested. Seven looked unsure.
On the Monday following Mamma’s birthday, Seven went alone with her to the clinic at Girgaum as I was spending the evening with a school friend. When they returned, Nishad told me he’d been to see Mr Nath and I felt most annoyed that I hadn’t been there.
1. Who is ‘I’ here?
2. Who was Mr. Nath?
3. Why had Seven been upset? See Answers
II. Read the following passage and answer the questions that follows:
“Well done, Nishad,” I told him. “Now that we’ve made some progress with our inquiries, we’ll have to sort out all the facts like expert detectives so that we can trap the crook.”
“How you do go on, Maya,” Seven sighed. “How can you possibly imagine he’s a crook? He looks so ordinary!”
“Criminals can look quite ordinary, smarty,” I retorted. “Did you see the picture of the Hyderabadi housebreaker in the papers yesterday? He looked like any man on the street.” Nishad looked doubtful.
1. Why was the narrator happy with Nishad?
2. Who is a crook?
3. Form the adjective from ‘doubt’. See Answers
III. Read the following passage and answer the questions that follows:
Nishad had obviously not been paying too much attention to my list of facts. All he could say was, “Poor man, Maya, he must be so lonely if he doesn’t have any friends.”
“How can a crook have friends, idiot?” I almost shouted.
“At least he has one friend, the one who meets him on Sundays,” said Nishad.
1. Write any tow facts that Maya had stated about Mr. Nath.
2. Why does Maya think Sunday visitor is?
3. Find one abstract noun from the passage. See Answers
Answers for passages
Comprehension Passage I – Answers
1. The narrator ‘Maya’ is ‘I’ here.
2. Mr. Nath was the patient of Nishad and Maya’s doctor-mother.
3. Seven had been upset about Mr. Nath’s sickly appearance.
Comprehension Passage II – Answers
1. The narrator was happy with Nishad because he had got information about Mr. Nath form Ramesh.
2. A crook is a criminal.
3. The adjective of ‘doubt’ is ‘doubtful’.
Comprehension Passage III – Answers
1. The two facts that Maya had stated about Mr. Nath were (i) He does not talk to anyone and is manner less. (ii) He does not receive any letters.
2. Maya thinks that Sunday visitor is Mr. Nath’s helper in crime.
3. The abstract noun from the passage is ‘attention’.
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