Ncert English Class 7 Solutions Dad and the Cat and the Tree
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Dad and the Cat and the Tree Exercise question Solutions :
Working with the Poem :
(1) Why was Dad sure he wouldn’t fall?
Dad was sure that he would not fall because he thought that he was a very good climber and it was like a child’s play to him to climbed up a tree.
(2) Which phrase in the poem expresses Dad’s self-confidence best?
The following phrases of the poem expresses Dad’s self-confidence very well “Child’s play, this is!”, “Easy as winking to a climber like me.”
(3) Describe Plan A and its consequences.
To climbed up the tree for rescuing the cat, Dad first went to the garden shed and brought out a ladder from there. This was the plan A. But when he got up the stains of the ladder, is slipped and he found himself landed in the ground amidst the flowers.
(4) Plan C was a success. What went wrong then?
Although his plan C was a success, it went wrong. As the speaker’s father landed in the branch of the tree, almost upon the cat, the cat rushed to the ground and was free and his father got stuck on the branches.
(5) The cat was very happy to be on the ground. Pick out the phrase used to express this idea.
At the commencement of the poem, the cat was stuck on the tree, whereas dad was preparing for rescuing the cat. But at the end of the poem their situation was interchanged, the cat was free at the ground and father got stuck on the tree.
(7) Why and when did Dad say each of the following?
When his wife warned him that he might be fallen, Dad in a mocking manner said “Fall?”
(ii) Never mind
After falling on the flowerbed, Dad did not give up and then cleaning the dirt from his clothes and face he said “Never mind”
(iii) Funny joke
While he was preparing for plan B, his wife warned him again about falling. Her warning seemed to him a “Funny joke”.
When he fall for the second time, his wife told him to stop all that and he might break his neck but he again did not bother about her concern and said “rubbish.”
(8) Do you find the poem humorous? Read aloud lines which make you laugh.
Yes, the poem is quite humorous. The incident of the repeated falling of the speaker’s father seems full of humor.
The following lines make me laugh so much
(i) “It slipped. He landed in the flower bed.”
(ii) “But poor old Dad’s still stuck up the tree.”
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