NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English Chapter 4 - The Ashes That Made Trees Bloom
Chapter 4 - The Ashes That Made Trees Bloom Exercise 60
(ii) When the old couple became rich, they lived comfortably and were generous towards their poor neighbours.
(iii) The greedy couple borrowed the mill and the mortar to make a pile of gold.
Chapter 4 - The Ashes That Made Trees Bloom Exercise 63
(ii) Informing the farmer about how his wicked neighbours had burned the hand-mill, the spirit of the dog asked him to take the ashes of the mill and sprinkle them on withered trees to make them bloom. The old man went to the couple’s home and collected a basket of ashes and found to his delight that the words of the spirit were indeed true. The bare cherry tree in his garden sprouted blossoms when a pinch of the ashes were sprinkled on it. Later, he was rewarded by the daimio for making an old withered cherry tree blossom once again.
Chapter 4 - The Ashes That Made Trees Bloom Exercise 64
Chapter 4 - The Ashes That Made Trees Bloom Exercise 65
(ii) Where is Anil sitting?
(iii) What is Anil doing?
(iv) Where is Anil's friend sitting?
(v) Who is writing on the blackboard?
(vi) What are some children doing?
SHEELA: Yesterday morning.
NEHA: Why is your sister crying?
SHEELA: Because she has lost her doll.
NEHA: Whose room is this, yours or hers?
SHEELA: It's ours.
NEHA: How do you go to school?
SHEELA: We walk to school. It is near by.
(ii) There are so many toys in the shops. Neena can't decide which one to buy.
(iii) You don't know the way to my school. Ask the policeman how to get there.
(iv) You should decide soon where to start building your house.
(v) Do you know how to ride a bicycle? I don't remember when and where I learnt it.
(vi) "You should know when to talk and when to keep your mouth shut," the teacher advised Anil.
Chapter 4 - The Ashes That Made Trees Bloom Exercise 66
(ii) He is incompetent. That's why he can't keep any job for more than a year.
(iii) "Don't be impatient. Your letter will come one day," the postman told me.
(iv) That's an improper remark to make under the circumstances.
(v) He appears to be insensitive. In fact, he is very emotional.
Chapter 4 - The Ashes That Made Trees Bloom Exercise 67
B : I'd like an apple, please.
A : Take the red one in the fruit bowl. You may take an orange also, if you like.
B : Which one?
A : The one beside the banana.
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