Literature Grade 6 Poetry Daffodils

Literature Grade 6 Poetry Daffodils Genre/Topic:

What does poet compare himself with? Why? Is the comparison effective? What does Wordsworth compare the daffodils to? Is the comparison right? How is he affected by the experience of seeing the daffodils? Explain the last stanza in your own words.

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Literature Grade 3 Mystery Father’s warning

Literature Grade 3 Mystery Father’s warning Genre/Topic:

Why couldn’t Akash go outside to play? What did the courier man give Akash? Where did Akash keep the box? Why did little Akash cry after he opened the box?

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Literature Grade 7 Short Stories

Literature Grade 7 Short Stories Genre/Topic:

The last leaf The monkey’s paw The open window

Literature Grade 4 Non-fiction The danger of television!

Literature Grade 4 Non-fiction The danger of television! Genre/Topic:

Why did Mr Chips decide to buy a television set? Why was Mr Chips annoyed at the first? What did Mr Chips do when he got annoyed the second time? What did he do with the money after selling the garden?

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Literature Grade 4 Classic

Literature Grade 4 Classic Genre/Topic:

Mowgli

literature Grade 3 Non-fiction Grow a tomato

literature Grade 3 Non-fiction Grow a tomato Genre/Topic:

What is a fertilizer? When is it time to harvest tomatoes? What is wooden stake used for? How do you prune your tomato plant? What do people use to make compost?

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Literature Grade 8 Nonfiction Anaesthesia

Literature Grade 8 Nonfiction Anaesthesia Genre/Topic:

Describe the situation of operations before anaesthesia. What remarkable incident happened after Crawford Long had attended the ether party? According to the General Hospital patient brochure, how many types of anaesthesia are used today? Write few lines about each of them.

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Literature Grade 2 Nepal special

Literature Grade 2 Nepal special Genre/Topic:

Aruna Lama Gai Jatra Pokhara Parrot learning

Literature Grade 7 Inspirational Building Principles

Literature Grade 7 Inspirational Building Principles Genre/Topic:

The next time you look in the mirror, say something positive about yourself. Sometime soon, find a quiet place where you can be alone. Think about what matters most to you.

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Literature Grade 2 Myths and legends Indra’s pride

Literature Grade 2 Myths and legends Indra’s pride Genre/Topic:

Who is known as the god of rain? Who brought fruits and juice for the gods? Where did Indra’s teacher live? Who attacked Indra’s palace? What did Indra realise?

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