Sunday 17 January 2021

Class-VII Chapter-5 The Hunter And the Deer (Poem)


Class-VII Chapter-5 The Hunter And the Deer (Poem)



 1. Journey (noun) 2.plea (noun) 3.buck (noun) 4, Doe (noun) 5.fawn (noun) 6.beast (noun)

 Activity-2 Pick-up words from the poem that match the rhyme of the following words:


 1. Fun —gun-son

 2. Feast —least-beast

 3. Wise-eyes- lives

 4. Near —deer-fear

5. file -smile - while


 Activity 4 Read the poem and select the appropriate option to fill in the given blanks:


1. The hunter went on a journey to find some______.          

 (a) deer meat (b) dog meat (c) horse meat

2. The hunter found a______.

 (a) a dog (b) a buck (c) a bear

 3. The other word for a male deer is______.

   (a) doe (b) fawn (c) buck

 4. The poet thought that the buck was begging for______.

 (a) the fawn's life (b) his own life (c) the doe's life

5. A female deer is called a______.

(a) doe (b) fawn (c) buck

 6. A young deer is called a______.

   (a) doe (b) fawn (c) buck

 7. The hunter remembered what he came for and raised his______.

 (a) hand (b) gun (c) head

 8. A ______came out of nowhere______.

(a) doe (b) fawn (c) buck

 9. The hunter felt that he could not______the buck.

 (a) kill (b) raise (c) look at

10. The hunter gathered______ for feeding the deer.

(a) fruits (b) leaves (c) nuts


Activity 5: Answer the questions below:

1. What did the hunter want to eat?

Ans: The hunter wanted to eat some deer meat.

 2. What did the hunter see?

 Ans: He saw a buck begging for its life.

 3. Why did the hunter not kill the buck?

 Ans: He did not kill it because he didn't want to feel like a beast.

 4. What did the hunter do?

 Ans: He gathered some nuts and fed the deer.

 5. How did the buck feel after eating nuts?

Ans: After eating nuts the deer didn't feel fear of the hunter and he went home feeling great.


 Activity 6: explain the lines:


 1: And if he killed the buck he'd feel like a beast.

 Explanation: If he had killed the buck, he might feel himself as a beast and criminal who didn't have a feeling of pity.

 2. And something grew in him.

Exp.: When the deer saw him with pleading eyes, an feeling of pity raised in him and he forgot to hunt them.

 3. And he felt the deer's lack of fear.)

Exp.: When he fed the deer, he could feel that the deer had lost its fear of hunter and started enjoying his companionship.


Activity 7 In the following sentences, choose one of the three options and put a tick on the right one:

 1. I have a/an/the/good idea. =a good idea

 2. That is a/an/the/interesting toy! =an interesting toy

 3. I have kept the bag in a/an/the/cupboard.=the cupboard

 4. Do the Sharmas have a/an/the/blue car? =a blue car

5. The water in a/an/the/river is dirty. = the river

 6. He had a/an/the/piece of chocolate. =a piece

 7. I like to eat a/an/the/egg every day. =the egg

8. She has a/an/the/good habit of brushing her teeth twice a day. =a good habit

 9. Raghav likes to walk in a/an/the/rain.=the rain

10. Radha plays a/an/the/game of chess every day. =the game


Activity-8 Write 'this' or 'these' for things that are near him, and 'that' or 'those' for things that are not near him. One has been done for you.

 1. This laptop is new.

 2. This wooden cabinet is for his papers.

3. These books are about business.

 4. That computer is also new.

5. This dustbin is very good.

 6. These curtains are very old.

 7. This plant is beautiful.

 8. These wooden horses are nice.

 9. This cage does not have a real bird.

10. That drawers need repair.


Activity 9 In the following sentences choose one of the options and put a tick on the right one:

1. There are only a few bananas left in the box

. a. a few b. a little

 2. We need a little butter for this cake.

 a. a few b. a little

 3. There are only a few days left to give the reports.

 a. a few b. a little

 4.1 bought a few apples from this shop.

 a. a few b. a little

5. How many people live in your city?

 a. How much b. How many

 6. How much water is there in the sea?

 a. How much b. How many

7. We need some bananas.

 a. some b. any

 8. You can't buy any oranges in this shop

. a. some b. any

 9. There is a bus each 2 hours.

 a. each b. every

10. We enjoyed each minute of our holidays.

 a. each b. every