NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English Beehive Chapter 6

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English Beehive Chapter 6 My Childhood  & the poem No Men are Foreign is given below. Download NCERT Solutions of other subjects in PDF form or download NCERT Solutions Apps for offline use.

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SubjectEnglish – Beehive
ChapterMy Childhood



NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English Beehive Chapter 6

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9 English Chapter 6: My Childhood – Answers

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English Beehive Chapter 6 My Childhood



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9 English Poem 6: No Men are Foreign – Answers




9 English Poem 6: No Men are Foreign

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

He looked utterly downcast as I shifted to my seat in the last row. The image of him weeping when I shifted to the last row left a lasting impression on me.

Questions:

1. Whom does ‘he’ refer to in the above lines?
2. Why was he sad and depressed?
3. Name the lesson. See Answers

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

That forced my cousin Samsuddin, who distributed newspapers in Rameswarm, to look for a helping hand to catch the bundles and, as if naturally, I filled the slot. Samsuddin helped me earn my first wages. Half a century later, I can still feel the surge of pride in earning my own money for the first time.

Questions:

1. Who does ‘I’ in the passage refer to?
2. How did ‘I’ earn his first wages?
3. What would the writer’s cousin do? See Answers



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

His wife watched us from behind the kitchen door. I wondered whether she had observed any difference in the way I ate rice, drank water or cleaned the floor after the meal. When I was leaving his house, Sivasubramania Iyer invited me to join him for dinner again the next weekend. Observing my hesitation, he told me not to get upset, saying, “Once you decide to change the system, such problems have to be confronted.” When I visited his house the next week, Sivasubramania Iyer’s wife took me inside her kitchen and served me food with her own hands.

Questions:

1. Who does ‘His wife’ refers to?
2. Why did the wife watch them from behind the kitchen door?
3. Name the lesson. See Answers

Answers for passages
Answers for Passage I:

1. ‘He’ refers to Ramanadha Sastry, one of the close friend of Dr. Kalam.
2. Ramanadha Sastry was sad and depressed because Abdul Kalam, being a Muslim, was asked by the teacher to sit on the back bench. This new teacher was narrow minded and considered Muslim as inferiors in social ranking as compared to a Hindu boy.
3. The name of the lesson is ‘My Childhool’.


Answers for Passage II:

1. ‘I’ refer to Abdul Kalam.
2. By helping his cousin’s work of newspaper distribution, ‘I’ earn his first wages.
3. The writer’s cousin distributed newspaper in Rameswaram.

Answers for Passage III:

1. ‘His wife’ refers to Sivasubramania’s wife.
2. The wife watch them from behind the kitchen door because it was a new experience.
3. The name of the lesson is ‘My Childhood’.