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1Fair Play Class – 6th Teacher’s Name - Ms. Meenakshi Rani Subject – EnglishChapter No. - 7Teacher’s Name - Ms. Meenakshi RaniSchool Name: GHS Garhikotha
2SummaryJumman Shaikh and Algu Chowdhry were good friends. They were very good friends that when either of them went away from the village the other looked after his family. Jumman’s aunt transferred her property to him. One day the old lady spoke to Jumman that she is no more wanted in this house so she want a separate kitchen
3The old lady realised that she was unwanted in Jumman’s home The old lady realised that she was unwanted in Jumman’s home. So she suggested a way out. She demanded a monthly allowance so that she might set up a separate kitchen for her. The old aunt went to every house in the village to seek support. But the most of the villagers either laughed at her or advised her to make peace with jumman.
4Jumman was happy over Algu’s nomination as head panch because he was his friend and there was chance of the decision going in his side. Aunt said ‘God lives in the heart of the Panch’, it meant that a Panch has no friend and no enemy.
5As a head Panch Algu said that Jumman must pay the old aunt monthly allowance or the property would go back to her. At this verdict Jumman became Algu’s enemy and thought of taking revenge.
6Algu had sold a bullock to Samjhu Sahu who starved the animal to death Algu had sold a bullock to Samjhu Sahu who starved the animal to death. When Algu Demanded the price, he became angry and refused to pay the money. Algu had to approach the panchayat for justice.
7Algu knew that Jumman had become his enemy after the verdict he had given in favour of the old aunt. He had a fear that Jumman would try to take revenge as head Panch. So his heart sank and he lost all hope.
8The moment Jumman became head Panch, he realised his responsibility The moment Jumman became head Panch, he realised his responsibility. No, he must not allow his personal feelings to come in the way of speaking the truth and doing justice. Jumman for the case announced that the death of the bullock was unfortunate so Sahu should pay Algu the price of the Bullock. God lives in the voice of panch.
9WORKING WITH THE TEXT I 1. Jumman and Algu were the best of friends. A. Match the sentences under I with those Under II.I1. Jumman and Algu were the best of friends.2. Jumman’s aunt transferred her property to him.3. The aunt decided to appeal to the panchayat.4. Algu was unwilling to support the aunt.5. Jumman was very happy to hear Algu’s name as head Panch.IIHe believed that his friend would never go against him.She wanted justice.In the absence of one, the other took care of his family.The condition was that he would be responsible for her welfare.The bond of friendship between him and Jumman was very strong.
10Ans. Algu says this to Jumman ans others as Jumman gives the fair B. Who says this to whom and why?Ques. “My wife knows best how to run the house.”Ques.“But is it right, my son, to keep mum and not say what you consider just and fair?”Ques. “What have you to say in your defence?”Ques. “I can’t pay you a penny for the wretched beast you sold me.”Ques. “Victory to the panchayat. This is justice.”Ans. Jumman says this to his aunt as she wants a monthly allowance from him to set up her own kitchen.Ans. Aunt says this to Algu as she wants to make him realise his duty and speak the truth.Ans. Algu says this to Jumman as he wants to settle the dispute fairly.Ans. Sahu says this to Algu because he has become dishonest after the bullock’s death.Ans. Algu says this to Jumman ans others as Jumman gives the fairjudgement.
11Jumman realised and said to Algu that what is meant to be Panch Jumman realised and said to Algu that what is meant to be Panch. A Panch has no friend nor enemy. He knows only justice. Let no one deviate from the path of justice and truth for friendship or enmity. Algu embraced his friend and wept. And his tears washed away all the dirt of misunderstanding between them.
12WORKING WITH LANGUAGEA. Replace the italicised portion of each sentence below with a suitable phrase from the box. Make necessary changes, whenever required.keep mumas ill luck would have it.take chanceLooked aftermake it upThe best way to avoid an unnecessary argument is to remain silent.Unfortunately, the train I was trying to catch was cancelled.He has been told not to take risks while driving a car through a crowded street.The patient needs to be properly taken care of.5. Why don’t the two of you end your quarrel by shaking hands?keep mumas ill luck would have it.take chanceLooked aftermake it up
136. I was in a difficult situation till my friends came to my rescue. 7 6. I was in a difficult situation till my friends came to my rescue. 7. When I saw a pile of dirty dishes, I felt very disappointed. 8. I will examine the matter carefully before commenting on it. 9. They criticised him in the meeting but he accepted without protest all the criticism. 10. It will free me from worry to know that I had dome nothing wrong.tight spotmy heart sankGo intoswallowedease my consciencemy heart sanktight spotGo intoswallowedease my conscience
14Setup - put in place or start B. Look at the following phrases and their meanings. Use the phrases to fill in the blanks in the sentences given below.Setup put in place or startSet aside - save or keep for a particular purposeSet down - write or recordSet out start on a journeySet in begin and seem likely to continueWhy don’t you _____________ your ideas on paper?A fund has been ______________ for soldiers families.We should ____________ a little money every month.You should buy some woollens before winter ________.They ______________ on the last stage of their journey.Set downSet upSet asideSet inSet out
15SPEAKING AND WRITINGLook at the following picture. One asks a question, the other answers it. Then the answer is noted in a form as shown below.Yes, I do but not always. I do have some close friends, thoughDo you like to meet people?Kindly write it in the form.Questions Yes/No Additional ResponseDo you like to Yes I do, but not I do have some close friends,meet people? Always. though.2. Do you like the No, I don’t. But I have no choice.area you live in?
16B. Work in small groups. Ask your partner the questions given below B. Work in small groups. Ask your partner the questions given below. If possible, ask him/her a reason for saying Yes or No.Then tick Yes/No, whichever is proper.Do you have a separate room for sleep and study? Yes/NoWould you prefer to live in joint family? Yes/NoDo you get on with people? Yes/NoDo you like the area you live in? Yes/NoDo you find the place overcrowded? Yes/NoDo you use public transport? Yes/NoWould you like a vehicle of our own? Yes/NoDo you like reading? Yes/NoWould you like to be a teacher/doctor/engineer/architect? Yes/No.
17DICTATION Old ______________________ Wet ______________________ Write against each a word of opposite meaning.Examples: Liquid SolidHard SoftOld ______________________Wet ______________________Open ______________________Blunt ______________________Forget ______________________New/youngdryShut/closesharpremember