NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English Beehive Chapter 4

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English Beehive Chapter 4 A Truly Beautiful Mind  & the poem The Lake Isle of Innisfree is given below. Visit to NCERT Solutions page to download all subjects solutions. Download Class 9 Offline Apps which works without internet.


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SubjectEnglish – Beehive
ChapterA Truly Beautiful Mind

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English Beehive Chapter 4

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Beehive Chapter 4: Question – Answers




9 English Chapter 4: A Truly Beautiful Mind – Answers

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9 English Poem 4: The Lake Isle Innisfree – Answers

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NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English Beehive Poem 4 The lake Isle Innisfree

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Passages with Question Answer
I. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:

A headmaster once told his father that what Einstein chose as a profession wouldn’t matter, because “he’ll never make a success at anything.” Einstein began learning to play the violin at the age of six, because his mother wanted him to; he later became a gifted amateur violinist, maintaining this skill throughout his life.

Questions:

1. What was told by headmaster about Albert?
2. Identify ‘he’ in these lines.
3. When did Einstein learn to play violin? See Answers

II. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:

In 1900, at the age of 21, Albert Einstein was a university graduate and unemployed. He worked as a teaching assistant, gave private lessons and finally secured a job in 1902 as a technical expert in the patent office in Bern. While he was supposed to be assessing other people’s inventions, Einstein was actually developing his own ideas in secret.

Questions:

1. When did he secure his job finally?
2. In what capacity did Einstein start his career?
3. Pick out the word from the passage which means same as ‘evaluating’. See Answers

III. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:

The pair finally married in January 1903, and had two sons. But a few years later, the marriage faltered. Mileva, meanwhile, was losing her intellectual ambition and becoming an unhappy housewife. After years of constant fighting, the couple finally divorced in 1919. Einstein married his cousin Elsa the same year.

Questions:

1. Identify the ‘couple in these lines’.
2. When was the pair married?
3. What was the result of constant bickering? See Answers


Answers for passages
Answers for Passage I:

1. A headmaster told that Einstein will never make a success at anything.
2. ‘He’ stands for Albert Einstein.
3. Einstein learnt to play the violin at the age of six.

Answers for Passage II:

1. Finally, Einstein got a job in the Patent office in 1902.
2. He started his career as a teaching assistant.
3. Assessing.

Answers for Passage III:

1. The couple consisted of Albert Einstein and Mileva Maric.
2. The pair was finally married in January 1903.
3. Their constant bickering resulted in divorce in 1919.


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Einstein wanting to study in Switzerland rather than in Munich. Why?

Switzerland was a more liberal city than in Munich therefore Einstein wanted to study there.

What did Einstein call his desk drawer at the patent office? Why?

Einstein called his desk drawer at the patent office “bureau of theoretical physics”. This was because he used to store his secretly developed ideas in the drawer located there.

Why did Einstein write a letter to Franklin Roosevelt?

Einstein was a visionary scientist. He wrote a letter to Franklin Roosevelt to give a warning about the destruction power of bomb and its diverse effects.

How did Einstein react to the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki?

Einstein was deeply hurt by the disaster in the Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He wrote a public missive to the United. He also proposed the creation of a world government to stop the production of nuclear weapons.

Why does the world remember Einstein as a “world citizen”?

Einstein is remembered as a “world citizen” as well as a genius scientist because of his contributions and efforts towards creating world peace and democracy, and for his campaign against the use of arms.

By now you may have concluded that Innisfree is a simple, natural place, full of beauty and peace. How does the poet contrast it with where he now stands?

The poet contrasts the clay and wattle made cabin, bee loud glade, morning with dews and crickets songs, midnight with glimmer, noon with purple glow, evenings with linnet’s songs lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore etc.

Do you think Innisfree is only a place, or a state of mind? Does the poet actually miss the place of his boyhood days?

Innisfree is poet’s boyhood scare and it also represents his state of mind. The poet wishes to escape to Innisfree because it is much more peaceful than where he is residing now−the city. Innisfree is representation of what the poet considers an ideally perfect place to live, which is deprived of the restless humdrum of his life.
Yes, the poet actually misses the place of his boyhood days. Even when he is away from Innisfree, he remembers the sound of the lake water washing the shore.