Balbharati Class 7 English Solutions Chapter 3.1 Tartary
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Chapter 3.1 : Tartary Exercise question Solutions
Question no – (1)
Gold hammered into a flat, thin shape = beaten gold
Show off proudly = flaunt
Tilt, move at an angle = slant
Across, especially in a slanting direction = athwart.
Question no – (2)
Musical instruments : trumpet, harp, flute, mandoline.
Animals : peacock, zebra, bird.
Question no – (3)
The words that refer to a beautiful valley
They are = glen, wood, dale
Question no – (4)
Three line are –
If I were Lord of Tartary,/ myself and me alone.
If I were Lord of Tartary,/ trumpeters every day.
If I were lord of Tartary,/ I’d wear a robe of beads.
Question no – (5)
Colour : yellow as honey, red as wine
Sound : while harp, and flute, and mandoline, Made music sweet and gay.
Images from nature : her trembling lake like foamless seas.
Question no – (6)
Sweet = music
Silver-pale = Rivers
Scented = Breeze
Trembling = Lake
Bird-delighting = Citron-trees
Question no – (7)
Lord of Tartary expects bed of ivory and throne of beaten gold. In the court, peacocks flaunt, great fishes slant their fins in pond and tigers haunt in forests. At every meal, trumpeters would summon in courtyard bray. In evening the lamps would shine yellow as honey, red as wine and harp, flute mandoline would make sweet and gay music. Lord of Tartary would wear robe of white, gold and green beads which is thickly clustered like seeds. In the morning, seven zebras would draw the car through Tartary’s dark glades. The rivers are silver-pale and the hills are glen and thicket. The trembling lake is like foamless seas.
Question no – (8)
Sundarbans is situated in the district South Twenty Four Parganas of west Bengal which is a well-known national park and mangrove forest all over the world. There are many rivers flowing through the dense forests. The soil is salty for being mixed with sea water. Trees like sundari, goran, geoa, hetal are examples of mangrove trees which have respiratory roots. It is also the famous place for royal Bengal tiger, crocodiles and many other creatures. People generally live on collecting fishes from rivers, honey and wood from jungles.
Question no – (9)
Consonance : bird-delighting, citron-trees.
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