NCERT Solutions for Class 9 English Main Course Book Unit 9

Unit 3(C) - Save the Tiger Class 9

Unit 9 Unit 3(C) - Save the Tiger Exercise Answers & Summary

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Unit-3 : Solutions of Questions on Page Number : 64

Q1 :  

What was the cause of the dispute between the tiger and the man?

a. to establish who was superior.

b. to prove beasts were inferior.

c. to justify that beasts should be caged.

d. to prove that man was more intelligent.


Answer :

a. to establish who was superior.

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Q2 :  

What did the man do to prove his point?

a. he caged the tiger.

b. he carved a statue of a man riding a tiger.

c. he put the tiger in a cage.

d. he enslaved the tiger.


Answer :

b. he carved a statue of a man riding a tiger.

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Q3 :  

What was the tiger's counter-argument?

a. he said that he was the king of the jungle.

b. he claimed he ruled the world.

c. he said the situation would be reversed if he was the sculptor.

d. he threatened to devour the man in a moment.


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Q4 :  

Working in groups of four, write a dialogue between

A tiger behind bars and a man

A man in a cage and a tiger.



 


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Q5 :  

Fill in the blanks:

1.The next generation is not likely to see the tiger because of __________

2. __________ laws against poachers must be enforced.

3.The responsibility of protection of the tiger lies with the __________

4.One of the reasons for the Tiger becoming extinct is __________

5.Destroying nature means __________

6. __________ and __________ are different types of tigers

7. __________ is a wild life conservation project.

8.Tigers are found in the evergreen and monsoon forests of the __________

9.Though tigers are mostly nocturnal, __________ species may also be active during the day.

10.The body length of the tiger is __________ cm.


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Q6 :  

"Massive poaching in the past two years has wiped out the entire tiger population at one of the tiger reserves in India," says one of the investigation reports.

Study the information in C .7 and C.8 and notice how the number of tigers are falling. Using the information, write a paragraph in about 150 words on Project Tiger.


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