NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Honeysuckle & A Pact with the Sun

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NCERT Solutions for class 6 English

Sols of all question given at the end of the chapter in ‘A pact with the Sun’ and in Honeysuckle the answers of all the sections and grammar given at the end of each chapter.



Class:6
Subject:English
Books:Honeysuckle & A pact with the Sun

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NCERT Solutions for class 6 English

Solutions for class 6 English – Honeysuckle

Answers of all question given in the NCERT Textbook with heading working with the text, working with language, crossword puzzle, Speaking and writing skill and the answers of the poem at the end of the chapters. Exercises accompanying the poem are more for understanding the poem as a whole than for teaching language items.



NCERT Solutions for class 6 English – Supplementary Reader

Students of class 6 become familiar through continuous interaction, discussion, sharing and exposure to the language in meaning-focused situations. Students are advised that read the complete NCERT chapter and try to do the question themselves to understand the spontaneous and natural use of language. These answers give them a handful help to get the idea about questions and way of answering.

A pact with the Sun

Chapter 1: A Tale of Two Birds
Chapter 2: The Friendly Mongoose
Chapter 3: The Shepherd’s Treasure
Chapter 4: The Old-Clock Shop
Chapter 5: Tansen
Chapter 6: The Monkey and the Crocodile
Chapter 7: The Wonder Called Sleep
Chapter 8: A Pact with the Sun
Chapter 9: What Happened to the Reptiles
Chapter 10: A Strange Wrestling Match


Chapter 1: A Tale of Two Birds: Question – Answers

6 English A pact with the Sun Chapter 1

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Chapter 2: The Friendly Mongoose: Question – Answers

6 English A pact with the Sun Chapter 2

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Chapter 3: The Shepherd’s Treasure: Question – Answers

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Chapter 4: The Old-Clock Shop: Question – Answers

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Chapter 5: Tansen: Question – Answers

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Chapter 6: The Monkey and the Crocodile: Question – Answers

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Chapter 7: The Wonder Called Sleep: Question – Answers

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Chapter 8: A Pact with the Sun: Question – Answers

6 English A pact with the Sun Chapter 8

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Chapter 9: What Happened to the Reptiles: Question – Answers

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Chapter 10: A Strange Wrestling Match: Question – Answers

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Learn English in proper way. Why?

Learning a language means using it for a wide variety of purposes. Language comes alive when presented in meaning-making contexts using words and phrases. Language is best acquired when attention is focused on meaning, not on form. Teachers should build the exercises on the basis of given in the textbook and design more activities in keeping with learners’ interests, needs and surroundings. To enhance the reading ability, promote the reading habits through story reading, story retelling, choral reading, shared reading with the classmates, etc. Encourage the child to read the poem on her/his own to feel the richness of language, rhythm and music of words.

How did the rishi explain the different ways in which the two birds behaved?

The king told the rishi about the different behaviour of the two birds. Then the rishi explained that the first bird repeated the words of the robbers but the second bird repeated what he had always heard at the ashram. Their different ways were the results of their company.

Why did the farmer bring a baby mongoose into the house?

The farmer had a small son. He wanted to have a pet to give company to his child. So he brought home a baby mongoose to play with the child.

Why did the farmer’s wife strike the mongoose with her basket?

The farmer’s wife returned home with basket full of groceries. She noticed blood on the face and paws of the mongoose. She had no doubt that the mongoose had killed her son. So in anger she hit the mongoose with the heavy basket. The poor mongoose died on the spot.

Why was everyone delighted to see the iron chest on the camel’s back?

Everyone present in the palace was thinking that the iron-box contained treasure. The king will dismiss the shepherd if the governor’s report proved true. So, they were delighted do see the contents of the box.

What made Ray think the visitor was not really a shopper?

Ray was deaf and dumb but he was having a sense of good judgement of person. There was no friendliness in man’s eyes. With his experiences with the customers, he realised that the new visitors was not a shopper or customer.

When did “the unfriendly face” of the visitor turn truly friendly?

After getting a fifty dollar note, the unfriendly face of old man became truly friendly. He felt obliged and happy.

Why did Swami Haridas say Tansen was ‘talented’?

Tansen learnt to imitate the calls of birds and animals. One day he roared like a tiger in the forest to frighten the traveller, Swami Haridas. Swami was impressed by the skill of Tansen and called him talented.

Why did Akbar ask Tansen to join his court?

After learning music from Swami Haridas for eleven years, Tansen became a famous singer. Once he sang before Emperor Akbar. Akbar was so impressed that he asked Tansen to join his court in 1556.

The monkey was happy living in the fruit tree, but his happiness was not complete. What did he miss?

The monkey did not have a company to talk and share. He always felt lonely on the tree.

Why was the crocodile unwilling to invite his friend home?

The monkey was his very good friend and his wife wanted to eat the heart of the monkey. That is why he was unwilling to invite his friend home.

What is the most obvious advantage of sleep?

The most obvious advantage of sleep is that it gives rest to our tired body and relax our mind. After a good sleep we become more energetic and more active again for the work.

Why has sleep been called a wonder?

Sleep has been called a wonder because nobody knows for certain what brings about sleep. Secondly, it transports us to a strange land. It is the sweetest thing in the world. It is a sort of escape from reality.

Why were the sunrays keen to go down to the earth the next day?

Sunrays were keen to go to the earth the next day because they had promised to help Seaeeda. They had made a pact with her that they would bring down warmth and brightness. They forced their way through the dark, dirty clouds.

Why is Prem determined not to return to his village?

The communal riots in his village made his as well as the villagers life unsafe in the village. During the riots, people burnt houses and killed one another. That is why, Prem determined not to return to his village.

What was Vijay Singh’s weakness? Which awkward situation did it push him into?

Vilay Singh was a wrestler and proud of his physical strength. His main weakness was that he was boastful. He wanted to meet a ghost and teach him a lesson. His weakness pushed him into a difficult situation. He was told to go to the Haunted Deserts to meet the ghost and he could not say to no.

What made the ghost speechless? Why?

Vijay Singh tried to sound brave. He looked at Natwer’s face and declared that he was a lying ghost. The ghost felt insulted, shocked and speechless.

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