NCERT Solutions for Class 8 English Honeydew - NCERT Solution Chapter 12

Geography Lesson (Poem) Class 8

Chapter 12 Geography Lesson (Poem) Exercise Answers & Summary

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Working with the poem : Solutions of Questions on Page Number : 35

Q1 :  

Find three or four phrases in stanzas one and two which are likely to occur in a geography lesson.


Answer :

Some phrases that are likely to occur in a Geography lesson are 'the city had developed the way it had', 'it scaled six inches to the mile', 'cities where the rivers ran', and 'the valleys were populated'.

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Q2 :  

Seen from the window of an aeroplane, the city appears

(i) as haphazard as on ground.

(ii) as neat as a map.

(iii) as developed as necessary.

Mark the right answer.


Answer :

Seen from the window of an aeroplane, the city appears as haphazard as on ground.

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Q3 :  

Which of the following statements are examples of "the logic of geography"?

(i) There are cities where there are rivers.

(ii) Cities appear as they are not from six miles above the ground.

(iii) It is easy to understand why valleys are populated.

(iv) It is difficult to understand why humans hate and kill one another.

(v) The earth is round, and it has more sea than land.


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Q4 :  

Mention two things that are

(i) clear from the height.

(ii) not clear from the height.


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