Balbharati Class 7 English Solutions Chapter 3.3 A Crow in the House
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Chapter 3.3 : A Crow in the House Exercise question Solutions
Question no – (1)
(1) – (A) Antonyms :
Antonym of Motionless is Moving
Antonym of Dull is Bright
Antonym of Deep is shallow
Antonym of Captivity is freedom
Antonym of Gentle is rough
Antonym of Humble is proud
Antonym of Frequent is infrequent
Antonym of Co is operated is hindered
(1) – (B) Synonyms :
Synonym of Disapproved is disagreed
Synonym of Attracted is charmed
Synonym of Controlled is mastered
Synonym of Bits/pieces is slice
Synonym of Nuisance is disturbance
Synonym of Rebuke is urge
Synonym of Achievement is acquirement
Synonym of Mishap is casualty
Question no – (2)
Caesar was habituated to live like human beings with all the family members. All in the family felt disturbance with various activities and sound of caesar. He overturned the vase of flowers, ripped newspapers into shreds and tugged in the tail of dogs while hopping. The dog would got angry and bark at caesar, even he could go to attack caesar with his sharp teeth. Once caesar pecked the feet of Harold the hornbill by sitting on the top of Harold’s cage. Harold would try to capture Caesar through the cage bars and scold him in high of his voice to protest his activity.
Question no – (3)
(a) Caesar joined dining tables with meat, soup and vegetables rather going outside to find grubs or beetles.
(b) He was always restless, fidgeting and investigating objects.
(c) He would hop across a table to empty a matchbox of its content.
(d) He would rip the daily paper to shreds.
(e) He would overturn the vase of flowers.
(f) He would tug at the tail of one of the dogs.
(g) He would peck at the hornbill’s feet by sitting on the top of the cage.
(h) He would sit for hours outside the window banging on the glass with its beak.
(i) He took visit to neighbouring houses and steal pencils, hair-ribbons, combs, keys, shuttlecocks, false teeth and toothbrushes.
(j) He kept all the things of his collection on the top of the narrator’s cupboard.
Question no – (4)
Flow chart :
(a) Young crow is saved by the narrator.
(b) The crow is named Caesar.
(c) Caesar begins to upset things at home.
(d) Caesar objects to being caged.
(e) Caesar begins to trouble neighbours.
(f) Neighbour flings a stick at Caesar.
(g) Caesar passes away.
Question no – (5)
(a) One event from the story :
After care and treatment when Caesar grown up he refused to join the group of crows and remained in the house to live with other family members. He was so used to human nature that instead of collecting his grubs or beetles he wanted to join the dining table. He was continuously disturbing others by dancing on the table till he was given meat, soup and vegetables on the table.
(b) One of the Caesar’s traits that make me laugh :
Caesar started disturbing other pets within house with which he was very fond of. Once he pecked on the feet of the big bird Harold the hornbill which was within cage. Caesar was sitting on the top of its cage so the hornbill was out of the reach the crow. The hornbill became very angry and scold Caesar, even he tried to hold Caesar through the bars of the cage but failed in his attempts.
Question no – (7)
- Our pet dog Bholu :
One day while I was returning from school I found a little puppy playing beside the road alone. I called the puppy and gave biscuits from my bag. After that he started following me and came to my house with me. I noticed him and took him to my house willingly. At first my mother scolded me and ordered to keep the little puppy out from house. But later she agreed when I made her understand politely. From that day Bholu has become my all-time companion with all my happy and sad moments. He plays with me, sleep with me and even go to the nearby shops with me. My father and mother who refused to keep Bholu inside home has now become greatly fond of Bholu. He also listens all orders of my mother and be very obedient in the house which has made him favourite to all members.
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