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>Chapter 1 A Letter to God

>Chapter 2 Long Walk to Freedom

>Chapter 3 Two Stories About Flying

>Chapter 4 From the Diary of Anne Frank

>Chapter 5 The Hundred Dresses

>Chapter 6 The Hundred Dresses(2)

>Chapter 7 Glimpses of India

>Chapter 8 Mijbil the Otter

>Chapter 9 Madam Rides the Bus

>Chapter 10 The Sermon at Benares

>Chapter 11 The Proposa


Chapter 3 Two Stories About Flying

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Chapter 3 Two Stories About Flying

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Question 1:
Why was the young seagull afraid to fly? Do you think all young birds are afraid to make their first flight, or are some birds more timid than others? Do you think a human baby also finds it a challenge to take its first steps?

Question 2:
“The sight of the food maddened him.” What does this suggest? What compelled the young seagull to finally fly?

Question 3:
“They were beckoning to him, calling shrilly. “Why did the seagull’s father and mother threaten him and cajole him to fly?
Question 4:
Have you ever had a similar experience, where your parents encouraged you to do something that you were too scared to try? Discuss this in pairs or groups.
Question 5:
In the case of a bird flying, it seems a natural act, and a foregone conclusion that it should succeed. In the examples you have given in answer to the previous question,
was your success guaranteed, or was it important for you to try, regardless of a possibility of failure?
Question 1:
“I’ll take the risk.” What is the risk? Why does the narrator take it?

Question 2:
Describe the narrator’s experience as he flew the aeroplane into the storm.
Question 3:
Why does the narrator say, “I landed and was not sorry to walk away from the old Dakota…”?
Question 4:
What made the woman in the control centre look at the narrator strangely?
Question 5:
Who do you think helped the narrator to reach safely? Discuss this among yourselves and give reasons for your answer.
Question 1:
Try to guess the meanings of the word ‘black’ in the sentences given below. Check
the meanings in the dictionary and find out whether you have guessed right.
1. Go and have a bath; your hands and face are absolutely black __________.
2. The taxi-driver gave Ratan a black look as he crossed the road when the traffic light was green. __________
3. The bombardment of Hiroshima is one of the blackest crimes against humanity. __________
4. Very few people enjoy Harold Pinter’s black comedy. __________
5. Sometimes shopkeepers store essential goods to create false scarcity and then sell these in black. __________
6. Villagers had beaten the criminal black and blue. __________

Question 2:
Match the phrases given under Column A with their meanings given under Column B:

Question 3:
We know that the word ‘fly’ (of birds/insects) means to move through air using wings. Tick the words which have the same or nearly the same meaning.


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