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Niketan Class 6 English Chapter 1 Lachit Borphukan
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Lachit Borphukan The Great Hero of Assam
Chapter – 1
SHANKARDEV SISHU VIDYA NIKETAN
TEXTUAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
A. Complete the following sentences in your own words:
(1) Lachit Beheaded his uncle because he neglected his duty.
(2) Lachit was educated in humanities, scriptures and military skills.
(3) His remains lie at the Lachit maidam built by
Swargadeo Udayaditya Singh.
B. Answer the following :
(1) How many times the Ahom defeated the Mughals?
Ans: The Ahoms defeated the Mughals seventeen times.
(2) Under whose leadership did the Ahoms win the Battle of Saraighat?
Ans: Under the leadership of Lachit Barphukan the Ahoms won the Battle of Saraighat.
(3) Whom did Lachit Borphukan employ as a supervisor?
Ans: Lachit Borphukan employed his maternal uncle as a supervisor.
(4) What did Lachit find when he came for inspection at night?
Ans: When Lachit came for inspection at night he found that work was not progressing satisfactorily.
(5) What was the name of Lachit’s father?
Ans: The name of Lachit’s father was Momai Tamuli Borbarua.
(6) What was the first responsibility given to Lachit Borphukan?
Ans: Lachit Borphukan was first responsibility of scarf bearer (Soladhara Barua)
(7) Who said, ‘Dextkoi Momai Dangar nohoi ‘?
Ans: Lachit Borphukan said ‘Dextkoi Momai Danger nohoi’.
Grammar and usage
1. Change the following sentences into negative sentence:
(a) I like biscuits.
Ans: I do not like biscuits.
(b) He goes to school everyday.
Ans: He does not go to school everyday.
(c) He will come here tomorrow.
Ans: He will not come here tomorrow.
(d) My sister is a good painter.
Ans: My sister is not a good painter.
(e) We went to market yesterday.
Ans: We did not go to market yesterday.
2. Fill in the missing letters by reading their definitions :
a t h e i s t
m u s ic i a n
o p t i m i s t
f a r m e r
p e d e s tr i a n
(a) A person who does not believe in Good.
(b) A person who plays music.
(c) A person who looks at the bright sides of a thing.
(d) A person who grows crops.
(e) One who walks on foot.
3. Fill in the blanks with ‘a’, ‘an’ or ‘the’.
(a) The Hindu civilization has given birth to many sages and warriors over its long history.
(b) This is a short story of one of its greatest sons mostly known within Assam only.
(c) Lachit Borphukan was one of the greatest commanders of Assam.
(d) when asked for an explanation, his uncle cited that the workers were tired.
(e) Lachit Borphukan was the commander and Borphukan in the Ahom Kingdom.
1. Change the following sentences into negative sentences.
(1) She goes to school by bus.
(2) He went to johart last week.
(3) His father is a teacher.
(4) I will give you my pen.
(5) My father is at home now.
(6) She speaks good English.
(7) He sang at the concert.
(8) Rima will help us.
(9) The workmen were very lazy.
(10) They visited Kashmir last year.
Ans: (1) She does not go to school by bus.
(2) He did not go to johart last week.
(3) His father is not a teacher.
(4) I will not give you my pen.
(5) My father is not at home now.
(6) She does not speak good English.
(7) He did not sing at the concert.
(8) Rima will not help us.
(9) The workmen were not very lazy.
(10) They did not visit Kashmir last year.
2. Fill in the blanks with ‘a’, ‘an’ or ‘the’.
(1) He is an electrician.
(2) My father is in the garden.
(3) We have a cow.
(4) The cow is going to the field.
(5) He is a rich man.
(6) The horse is an animal.
(7) The Prime Minister will come tomorrow.
(8) The Assamese lives in Assam.
(9) I saw an old beggar in the market.
(10) We can write a letter with a pencil.
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