NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English
If you need NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English, be here for Beehive (Prose) and Moments (Supplementary Reader) NCERT Textbook solutions to use it online. UP Board students are also using the same NCERT Textbook for Class 9 English. So, download UP Board Solutions for Class 9 English for 2020-2021. You may download up board 9th English books solution in PDF format as Class 9 English Books are being used in Uttar Pradesh as a course book. Many States in India like Punjub, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, etc., have implemented the textbooks of NCERT Publication updated for new CBSE session 2020-2021.All the Questions answers and solutions of back exercises are available on Tiwari Academy free to use without any login or registration. The solved exercises of Class 9 English Beehive textbook with grammar part are given in the format of PDF file. It doesn’t matter whether you are studying in UP Board or Rajasthan Board or any other board who are using CBSE NCERT Textbooks, you can use the solutions available on this page. So, download UP Board Solutions for Class 9 English here free of cost for session 2020-2021.
NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English
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NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English – Beehive & Moments
Get here the NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English main textbook and supplementary books solutions which covers all the exercises given at the end of the chapter of Beehive, like working with the text, working with the poem, reading and writing section, working with the language, etc. In UP Board Class 9 English Subject, now NCERT Books are implemented. Students of High School in Uttar Pradesh can now use UP Board Solutions for Class 9 English free of cost for 2020-2021. Download NCERT Textbook Solutions Offline Apps 2020-21 for new academic session 2020-2021 free from Play Store or App Store.
NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English – Beehive
- 9th English Beehive: 1. The Fun They Had & The Road Not Taken
- 9th English Beehive: 2. The Sound of Music & Wind
- 9th English Beehive: 3. The Little Girl & Rain on the Roof
- 9th English Beehive: 4. A Truly Beautiful Mind & The Lake Isle of Innisfree
- 9th English Beehive: 5. The Snake and the Mirror & A Legend of the Northland
- 9th English Beehive: 6. My Childhood & No Men Are Foreign
- 9th English Beehive: 7. Packing & The Duck and the Kangaroo
- 9th English Beehive: 8. Reach for the Top & On Killing a Tree
- 9th English Beehive: 9. The Bond of Love & The Snake Trying
- 9th English Beehive: 10. Kathmandu & A Slumber did My Spirit Seal
- 9th English Beehive: 11. If I were you
NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English – Moments
NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English Supplementary Reader all chapter’s question answers are given below for new session 2020-21. NCERT Solutions as well as NCERT Books 2020-21 are according to latest CBSE Syllabus 2020-2021.
Select the Chapter of 9th English – Moments to see the answers
- 9th English Moments Chapter 1. The Lost Child
- 9th English Moments Chapter 2. The Adventures of Toto
- 9th English Moments Chapter 3. Iswaran the Storyteller
- 9th English Moments Chapter 4. In the Kingdom of Fools
- 9th English Moments Chapter 5. The Happy Prince
- 9th English Moments Chapter 6. Weathering the Storm in Ersama
- 9th English Moments Chapter 7. The Last leaf
- 9th English Moments Chapter 8. A House is Not a Home
- 9th English Moments Chapter 9. The Accidental Tourist
- 9th English Moments Chapter 10. The Beggar
Weightages of sections for Class 9 English
The annual board examination will be of 80 marks, with a duration of three hours.
There will be internal assessment for 20 Marks.
A Reading Skills 20 Marks
B Writing Skills with Grammar 30 Marks
C Literature Textbook and Supplementary Reading Text 30 Marks
Literature Textbook and Supplementary Reading Text
There will be Internal Choice for every question. 30 Marks
1. One out of two extracts from prose/poetry/play for reference to the context. Four Objective Type Questions: two questions of one mark each on global comprehension and two questions of one mark each on interpretation. [1 x 4 = 4 Marks]
2. Five Short Answer Type Questions from BEEHIVE AND MOMENTS (3 questions out of four from BEEHIVE and 2 questions out of three from MOMENTS) to test local and global comprehension of theme and ideas (to be answered in 30 – 40 words each) [2 x 5 = 10 Marks]
3. One out two long answer type questions from the book BEEHIVE to assess creativity, imagination and extrapolation beyond the text and across the texts. (to be answered in 100 -150 Words each) [8 Marks]
4. One out of two Long Answer Questions from the book MOMENTS on theme or plot involving interpretation, extrapolation beyond the text and inference or character sketch in about (100 -150 words) [8 Marks]
Important Questions on 9th English – Moments
According to Iswaran, he was in the junior class at that time. He took a cane from one of the teacher and ran into the open. The elephant was grunting and stamping its feet. The entire scene was frightening. Still, he moved slowly towards it and when the elephant rushed towards him, he moved and dead beat its third toe nail. It looked surprised and then fell down. This story does not appear to be believable so it is not plausible.
The swallow went to the seamstress’s house after being convinced by the prince and kept the ruby on the table. He then flew round the bed and flapped the boy’s forehead with his wings. This made the boy feel comfortable and he went to sleep.
Prashant also helped the orphaned children together by constructing a polythene shelter for them. While women had the duty to look after them, the men made arrangement of food and other essentials for the shelter.
After a month woman came with a cat. The narrator grabbed and hugged her. His friends were hugging the narrator. This overwhelming feelings of loss and tragedy seemed to diminish. He was deeply obliged to the stranger who had brought his cat. He could not help say that he was back to his original self. In reality he had gone nowhere but had become exhausted with life due to colossal lose. He felt that he had returned to his original self like the cat who came to his house.