NCERT SOLUTIONS FOR CLASS 8TH

This category includes NCERT Solutions for class 8th English based on JK BOSE and CBSE syllabus.

Colours Of Rainbow Class 8th NCERT Solutions | Summary and Questions 1

Colours Of Rainbow Class 8th NCERT Solutions | Summary and Questions

Colours of Rainbow | Summary The author is looking out of the window. He was watching the beauties of nature. The rain had just stopped and drops of water dripping from plants. The kids were playing and making a lot of noise. Just then his daughter Munni came running up to him and asked him …

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The Listeners by Walter De La Mare | Summary, Theme, Analysis, Poetic Devices and Answered Questions 2

The Listeners by Walter De La Mare | Summary, Theme, Analysis, Poetic Devices and Answered Questions

The Listeners by Walter De La Mare The poem “The Listeners” is written by the well known modern poet, Walter De La Mare. His literary fame mainly revolves around this poem and works for children. Supernaturalism is a predominant element found in his writings and has written many ghost stories, the most famous being ‘The …

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Summary and Answered Questions of Wrinkles  by Arvind Krishna Mehrotra 3

Summary and Answered Questions of Wrinkles  by Arvind Krishna Mehrotra

Summary of Wrinkles by Arvind Krishna The poet ‘Arvind Krishna Mehrotra’ talks about the sacrifices of mothers for their children. The title of the poem ‘wrinkles’ is symbolical of the sufferings of a mother right from her childhood till she grows up, is married and then becomes a mother. A mother makes sacrifices for the …

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Meeting Poets | Summary and NCERT SOLUTIONS 4

Meeting Poets | Summary and NCERT SOLUTIONS

MEETING POETS Meeting poets I am disconcerted sometimes by the colour of their socks the suspicion of a wig the wasp in the voice and an air, sometimes, of dankness. Best to meet in poems: cool speckled shells in which one hears a sad but distant sea.

Summer and winter by Percy Shelley|Explanation,  Summary and Comprehension Questions 5

Summer and winter by Percy Shelley|Explanation, Summary and Comprehension Questions

Summer and winter by Percy Shelley Introduction: The “Summer and Winter” by Percy Shelley is a great piece of a poem that compares between summer and winter in the most romantic way: first, by focusing on nature, and then by writing their antagonism as life and death.It was published posthumously in 1829. Summary The poem …

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Stars Speak to Man by Abdul Ahad Azad- Summary and Questions 6

Stars Speak to Man by Abdul Ahad Azad- Summary and Questions

Stars Speak to Man by Abdul Ahad Azad Introduction: “Stars Speak to Man” is one of the greatest poems of Abdul Ahad Azad translated into English by Prof G.R Malik. Azad is often known as John Keats of Kashmir because like Keats he also wrote modernist poems and both died early in the forties. His …

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The Brook By Lord Alfred Tinnyson- Summary, Question, Explanation and Poetic Devices 7

The Brook By Lord Alfred Tinnyson- Summary, Question, Explanation and Poetic Devices

The Brook By Lord Alfred Tennyson Central Idea: The brook is a tiny stream born in a certain mountain. In the course of its journey, it grows bigger and stronger. As it flows through the pebbles, it makes so many types of sounds. Their movements are varied as well. It slips and slides; its curves …

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MERCY BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE -  SUMMARY AND QUESTIONS 9

MERCY BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE – SUMMARY AND QUESTIONS

MERCY BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE SUMMARY The poem ‘Mercy’ is a sonnet written by William Shakespeare. The poet says that the attribute of mercy is something which every a human being is born with but few intend to adhere very strictly to it, as we can only plead for mercy in our authority for the same. …

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FOR GOD’S SAKE, HOLD THY TONGUE-SUMMARY AND QUESTIONS 10

FOR GOD’S SAKE, HOLD THY TONGUE-SUMMARY AND QUESTIONS

FOR GOD’S SAKE, HOLD THY TONGUE SUMMARY The tongue has the power to do good or evil to others. Backbiting is common among people. Even the religions books admonish the people who backbite. The Quran strongly condemns scandal-mongering and character assassination Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said that the similitude of a person who indulges in backbiting …

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A Strange Trial Question Answers 11

A Strange Trial Question Answers

A Strange Trial Alice as a Character Alice is sound, well-trained, and polite. From the outset, she is a miniature Victorian “lady” of the middle class. Considered in this way, she is the perfect foil, or counterpoint, or contrast to all the unsocial, bad-mannered eccentrics she meets in Wonderland. Her courage is the constant resource …

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NCERT Solutions ( Answers) of Class 8th English Story Section. 12

NCERT Solutions ( Answers) of Class 8th English Story Section.

NCERT Solutions ( Answers) of Class 8th English Story Section. Lesson No.1: The Unthankful Man Words You May Not Know outskirts: the outer area of a city, town, or village peep: to secretly look at something ungrateful: thankless slither: to move in a curving way steep: having a sharp slope depressed: unhappy and hopeless cell: …

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NCERT SOLUTIONS CLASS 8TH ENGLISH 14

NCERT SOLUTIONS CLASS 8TH ENGLISH

NCERT SOLUTIONS ( SOLVED QUESTIONS ) CLASS 8TH ENGLISH For God’s Sake Hold Thy Tongue Word Meanings Thy: (old use) your Thee: (old use) you, used when speaking to one person Scabbard: a long thin cover for the blade of a sword, which is usually fixed to a belt. Thine: (old use) your Do down: …

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