Class 7 English Chapter 3 (3.1 to 3.7) Question and solution with Central theme

Class 7 English Chapter 3 (3.1 to 3.7) Question and Answer - Class 7/Seven English Chapter 3 Answer - Central theme of the poem ‘If’
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IF Class 7/Seven English Chapter 3 All Solutions with Central theme

Class 7 English Chapter 3 (3.1 to 3.7) Question and solution with Central theme

Dear Students and Friends, Today I am going to give you a complete solution for Class 7 English Chapter 3.

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Class 7/Seven English Unit 3.1 to 3.7 all Answer:

Answer key to activity 3.1

Life Must Go on…

Shahed sir is not only our class teacher but also our guide. Whenever any one of us is in trouble, he is there. Sometimes, we thought he has magical power. Otherwise, I wonder how he got informed about our problems. Once, one of our friends, Azmayn went to Bandarban. When he tried to climb up a hill, a bone of his right leg got displaced. He couldn’t walk and do any classes for two months. He was in total darkness about classroom teaching and learning. Also, this long absence hurt his mind. He had to pass a terrible time. As usual Shahed sir came forward with his unique idea that every day our friend Maliha would message him everything discussed in the class. Maliha took this responsibility willingly because it helped improve her communication skills. Sir also told us to visit him every alternative day. We discussed almost every little incident that happened in class. We all felt like he was with us as earlier. It worked so well that within a few days Azmayn got recovered and started to attend the classes. We understood that difficulties are part of our lives. But we can overcome those if we extend our hands to others. Because life must go on…...........


Also read: Class 7 chapter 1 full solution


a) What happened to Azmayn?

Ans. Azmayn went to Bandarban. When he tried to climb up a hill, a bone of his right leg got displaced.


b) How did he feel when he couldn't walk?

Ans. He felt so sad when he couldn't walk. Because, he couldn't attend the classes for two months.


c) How was the situation overcome?

Ans. One of Azmayn's classmate Maliha messaged him everything discussed in the class. Also his other class friends visited him regularly to discuss everything that happened in class. Within a short time, Azmayn got recovered and started to attend the classes.

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d) Did you ever experience a difficult situation like Azmayn? 

Ans. Yes, I had an accident last year. 


e) What was that? 

Ans. Last year I had an accident when I started to learning cycling. I fell off my cycle and got a serious leg injury. As a result, I could not go to school for almost 2 months. 


f) How did you feel then? 

Ans. Since I was bedridden for almost 2 months, I could not go to school. I missed my friends, classmates and school a lot.

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g) How was that solved?

Ans. My mother nursed me day and night. Besides, my friends used to visit me regularly. It boosted my confidence. Which helped me recover faster.


Answer key to activity 3.2

Class 7 English Chapter 3 (3.1 to 3.7) Question and solution with Central theme


Also read:
 Class 7 chapter 2 full solution

Answer key to activity 3.3

3.3 Listen to the recitation of the poem ‘If’ given below and practice it in pairs/groups. Later, recite it for the whole class.

If

Rudyard Kipling
‘If you can make one heap of all your winnings
And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss;
If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew
To serve your turn long after they are gone,
And so hold on when there is nothing in you
Except the Will which says to them: ‘Hold on!’

Line Analysis:

The poet says that one should make one heap of all the achievements one has made and then take big risks. In other words, one should never be afraid of doing things that can either make one successful or ruin everything (pitch-and-toss). If one fails after taking big risks, he should start again from the beginning without thinking or saying anything about the loss to others. One should try again and again until one succeeds.

In the fifth line, the poet says that one should use his heart and nerve and sinew i.e. courage when one becomes tired or fails. When nothing is left in life, one should have strong will power which may encourage one to "Hold on!"


Answer key to activity 3.4


a+4 = Your room looks very untidy when you lay your clothes in a heap on the floor.
b+3 = He took the risk to save the kitten from the burning house.
c+9 = I have no idea about the pitch-and-toss game.
d+1 = Read the poem again from the beginning.
e+8 = Don’t breathe a word to anyone about your friend’s secrete.
f+7 = You can feel pain in the sinew after a heavy exercise.
g+5 = My uncle serves in the Army.
h+2 = Everyone seems happy except me.
i+6 = This is my will that I want to travel the whole world.
IF Class 7/Seven English Chapter 3 All Solutions

Answer key to activity 3.5

i. If;
ii. poet;
iii. start again a new beginning;
iv. your failures;
v. hold on to the will to do something well;
vi. stanza and rhyming;
vii. loss;
viii. one;

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