Dear secondary students of West Bengal, welcome to Courstika. Today we are going to share wbbse class 9 english question answer for you. In today’s post, you will find answers to all the chapters of your 10th grade English book. Not only that, each chapter can be downloaded in a PDF file.
wbbse class 9 english question answer
Here we organized all chapters according the West Bengal Board Book. There are multiple choice question, true or false statement, short questions and answer and a lot of extra question to practice yourself. Let’s started.
► Lesson 1 : Tales of Bhola Grandpa
► Lesson 2 : All about a Dog
► Lesson 3 : Autumn
► Lesson 4 : A Day in the Zoo
► Lesson 5 : All Summer in a Day
► Lesson 6 : Mild the Mist upon the Hill
► Lesson 7 : Tom Loses a Tooth
► Lesson 8 : His First Flight
► Lesson 9 : The North Ship
► Lesson 10 : The Price of Bananas
► Lesson 11 : A Shipwrecked Sailor
► Lesson 12 : Hunting Snake
wb class 9 english book solution
Tales of Bhola Grandpa
(a) When did Bhola Grandpa let out a loud wail?
Ans: When someone asked Bhola Grandpa what he was gripping, he remembered his grandson and let out a loud wail.
(b) Where had the grandson found a cosy shelter?
Ans: The grandson found a cosy shelter under a cow’s belly.
(c) What request did Bhola Grandpa make to the first man he saw on the mound?
Ans: Bhola Grandpa requested the first man he saw on the mound for some water to drink.
(d) How old was Bhola Grandpa’s wife when he died?
Ans: Bhola Grandpa’s wife was eighty-year old when he died.
All about a Dog
1. How many people got into the bus with the younger woman?
Ans : One man and an older woman got into the bus with the younger woman.
2. What was the conductor’s order to the younger woman?
Ans : The conductor’s order to the younger woman was to take the dog on the top floor of the bus.
3. Why did the conductor stand triumphant?
Ans : He stood triumphant because the law was on his side and the woman in that cold night ultimately went to the top of the bus with her dog yielding to the conductor’s order.
4. What is that rule which cannot be broken without danger to life and limb?
Ans : Some hard and fast rules like that of the road cannot be broken without danger to life and limb.
His First Flight
(a) What was the first catch of the seagull’s older brother?
Ans: Herring was the first catch of the young seagull’s older brother.
(b) Why did the seagull feel the heat?
Ans: The young seagull felt hot because the sun was now ascending the sky, blazing on his ledge and he had not eaten since the previous nightfall.
(c) Why did the seagull dive at the fish?
Ans: Maddened by hunger, the seagull dived at the fish.
(d) What happened when the seagull soared upwards?
Ans: The seagull flapped his wings once and soared upwards.
The North Ship
(a) The man was so weak that he could not walk. (rewrite using ‘too’)
Ans. The man was too weak to walk.
(b) Titir is one of the most intelligent girls in the class. (rewrite using the positive degree of the underlined adjective)
Ans. Very few girls are as intelligent as Titir in the class.
(c) As soon as he reached home, it started raining heavily. (change into a negative sentence)
Ans. No sooner had he reached home than it started raining heavily.
(d) Why cry over spilt milk? (change into an assertive sentence)
Ans. Don’t cry over spilt milk.
(e) Blood is thicker than water. (change into an interrogative sentence)
Ans. Is blood not thicker than water?
(f) He told a lie intentionally. (rewrite using the noun form of intentionally’)
Ans. It was his intention to tell a lie.
(g) Run fast or you will be late. (change into a complex sentence)
Ans. If you don’t run fast, you will be late.
The Price of Bananas
(1) Where did the young monkeys sit?
Ans: The young monkeys sat on the boughs of neem and tamarind tree.
(2) What did the monkey do to the loin cloth of the pious person?
Ans: The monkeys snatched away the loin cloth of the pious person while he was bathing.
(3) What did Sethji’s luggage include?
Ans: Sethji’s luggage include a big steel trunk, several small baskets and a brass jug.
(4) Why, accordingly to the fruit vendor, were the monkeys disturbing the passengers?
Ans: According to the fruit vendor, the monkeys were disturbing the passengers because they were hungry.