Lesson 9 I Will Go With My Father A-ploughing by Joseph Campbell | Textual Question Answers


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Lesson 9 I Will Go With My Father A-ploughing by Joseph Campbell | Textual Question Answers

1. Choose the correct answer from the given alternatives and fill in the blanks :

a. The child will go with his father to the ______ for ploughing.

i. field ✔

ii. sea 

iii. Hills

b. The child will sing to the horses along with the ______.

i. lark ✔

ii. wren

iii. gull

c. The father sings the seed-song while ____.

i. reaping

ii. sowing ✔

iii. harvesting

d. Reaping will be done by the father when the field is ____.

i. red

ii. brown ✔

iii. green

2. Complete the following sentences with information from the text :

a. The rooks and crows and seagull will come flocking after the child.

b. The plough song will bless the cleaving share .

c. The child will go with her father a-ploughing  for sowing.

d. The reapers are tan-faced because they work in the heat of the sun.

3. Answer the following question :

Why will the father and the child sing while ploughing, sowing and reaping ?

While ploughing, sowing, and reaping the father and child will sing to enjoy their tedious work. They will also sing to get blessings from God for a good harvest.

4. Fill in the chart with information from the text :

Names of birds


a. Rooks, crows, seagulls 


b. Geese, Rooks, crows, starlings


c. Finch, wren, lark


5. Answer the following questions in complete sentences :

a. What are the three stages of farming?

➡The three stages of farming are ploughing, sowing, and reaping.

b. What are the different colours of the field at different stages of farming?

➡The field remains green before ploughing, it turns red at the time of sowing and finally, the field looks brown when the reaping season arrives. 

c. What song do the wise men know?

➡The wise men know the seed song.

d. At what stage of farming is the scythe required?

➡When crops are to be reaped at the last stage, The scythe is required at the stage of reaping which is the last stage of farming.

6. (a). Fill in the blanks with suitable articles and prepositions :

We went to the park and had a picnic. I played on a slide and had a chocolate. Then we took a walk.

6.(b). Identify the types of sentences given below :

i. Can we go there ?- Interrogative

ii. What fun they had! - Exclamatory

iii. She was not well.- Assertive 

iv. Sit down.- Imperative

7.(a). Find the synonyms of the following words or expressions from the poem :

i. gathering in a group - Flock

ii. not foolish -Wise

iii. persons who plant seeds - Sowers

iv. thing used to reap corn - Scythe

7.(b). Match the following words in column A with their opposites in column B :

. patient


ii. wise 


iii. slow


iv. joys 


8.(a). Write a story in about sixty words based on the following hints :

an old farmer calls his lazy sons - asks them to dig up treasure stored in the field-sons dig up field but find no treasure-farmer asks them to sow seeds - a rich harvest - sons understand the value of hard work

(তোমাদের পড়া সহজেই মনে রাখতে পারার জন্য পয়েন্ট করে দেওয়া হলো। তোমরা লেখার সময় পয়েন্ট তুলে দিয়া পর পর লিখবে।)

The Old Farmer and His Lazy Sons

1. Once there lived an old farmer in a village.

2. He was a very hard-working person.

3. He had four sons who were very lazy.

4. They had never gone to the fields to help his father.

5. The farmer was very anxious about their future.

6. As he grew older, his worries increased day by day.

7. One day, he thought of a plan to give a lesson.

8. He called his sons and told them that there was a treasure buried in a field.

9. They should dig the field to find out the treasure and he would share the treasure among them.

10. At once, they went to the field and started digging.

11. They dug the whole field but did not find the treasure.

12. The farmer now asked them to sow seeds in the dug field.

13. A few months later the field was filled with golden crops.

14. The farmer asked them to sell all the crops.

15. They sold the crops and got a lot of money.

16. They understood the value of hard work and became active from then.

Moral: i) Hard work leads you to success.

ii) Fruits of labour are sweet.

8.(b). Write a short paragraph in about sixty words describing your favourite season. Use the following hints :

name of the season-flowers and fruits-vegetables-festivals-why you enjoy it

i. Among the six seasons in West Bengal (summer, rainy season, winter, spring, Early autumn, and Late autumn), spring is the most pleasant season and my favourite season.

ii. Spring follows winter.

iii. It starts in the month of February and continues up to the middle of April.

iv. The weather remains very pleasant during this season.

v. A gentle breeze blows all around.

vi. Trees grow new leaves and the fields are covered with carpets of green grass.

vii. Nature decorates herself with beautiful flowers and their sweet fragrance is spread in the air.

viii. The song of the Cuckoo is heard in this season.

ix. So, the spring is aptly called “the King of the season”.

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