Download NCERT Solutions For Class 10 English Chapter Chapter 5 The Hundred Dresses In Pdf
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Where in the classroom does Wanda sit and why?
Where does Wanda live? What kind of a place do you think it is?
When and why do Peggy and Maddie notice Wanda’s absence?
What do you think “to have fun with her” means?
In what way was Wanda different from the other children?
Did Wanda have a hundred dresses? Why do you think she said she did?
Why is Maddie embarrassed by the questions Peggy asks Wanda? Is she also like Wanda, or is she different?
How is Wanda seen as different by the other girls? How do they treat her?
How does Wanda feel about the dresses game? Why does she say that she has a hundred dresses?
Why does Maddie stand by and not do anything? How is she different from Peggy? (Was Peggy’s friendship important to Maddie? Why? Which lines in the text tell you this?)
What does Miss Mason think of Wanda’s drawings? What do the children think of them? How do you know?
Why didn’t Maddie ask Peggie to stop teasing Wanda? What was she afraid of?
Who did Maddie think would win the drawing contest? Why?
Who won the drawing contest? What had the winner drawn?
Combine the following to make sentences like those above.
1. This is the bus (what kind of bus?) It goes to Agra. (use which or that)
2. I would like to buy (a) shirt (which shirt?). (The) shirt is in the shop window. (use which or that)
3. You must break your fast at a particular time (when?). You see the moon in the sky. (use when)
4. Find a word (what kind of word?). It begins with the letter Z. (use which or that).
5. Now find a person (what kind of person). His or her name begins with the letter Z. (use whose)
6. Then go to a place (what place?). There are no people whose name begins with Z in that place. (use where)
1. Can you say whose point of view the italicised words express?
(i) But on Wednesday, Peggy and Maddie, who sat down front with other children
who got good marks and who didn’t track in a whole lot of mud, did notice that
Wanda wasn’t there.
(ii) Wands Petronski. Most of the children in Room Thirteen didn’t have names like that. They had names easy to say, like Thomas, Smith or Allen.
Look at this sentence. The italicised adverb expresses an opinion or point of view. Obviously, the only dress Wanda had was the blue one she wore every day. (This was obvious to the speaker.)
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