Balbharati Class 7 English Solutions Chapter 3.6 Think Before You Speak
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Chapter 3.6 : Think Before You Speak Exercise question Solutions
Question no – (1)
- Change :
He has seen many changes in nature.
All the situations have changed the person totally.
- Show :
There will be organized a magic show in our school.
He shows all his new toys to his friend.
- Throw :
Throwing negative thoughts makes people happy.
Life throws difficult challenges upon us.
- Return :
Returning to past is not possible for anyone.
He returned home early from his office.
- Benefit :
Greedy people expect benefits for all their actions.
Students will definitely be benefitted from their hard work.
Question no – (2)
Our ears are like funnels because they are open all the time and every uttered word has to pass through the wall.
The two rows of teeth are like a fence because before speaking a word has to pierce through the fence of teeth.
The two lips are like a fence because every word has to go through the fence before coming out from mouth.
Harsh words are like scattered bits of paper carried away by the wind because once they are uttered it will be very difficult to take them back.
Question no – (3)
I went quickly to my spiritual teacher for advice because I had deeply hurt my friend by speaking very harsh and unkind words. I was so afraid of losing friendship with him that I wanted help from my teacher. My wise teacher gave me a piece of paper and a pen to write down all those harsh words I have spoken to him. After writing the teacher ordered me to tear the paper into tiny pieces and throw them out of the window. I do it accordingly and then my teacher asked me to get back the small bits of paper from whenever it got scattered. I told him it was impossible task but my teacher assured me that it will be difficult but not impossible. So I went to get back the pieces of paper and returned with nothing. Then he advised me that words are same in manner once one utter them cannot get back by any means. In this way I have learned the importance of thinking wisely before speaking.
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