Comprehension Exercises | All about a Dog | A.G Gardiner | Class 9 | Grammar | প্রশ্ন ও উত্তর

 All about a Dog | A.G Gardiner | Textual Question and Answer | Grammar | প্রশ্ন ও উত্তর

All about a dog by A.G Gardiner


All about a dog by A.G Gardiner


Textual questions:


Exercise 1


Tick the correct answer from the given alternatives:


1. The younger woman carried a little

(a) spaniel

(b) bull dog

(c) Pekinese dog √

(d) spitz

2. The younger woman was suffering from

(a) stomach pain

(b) back pain

(c) fever

(d) cough √

3. The bell was pulled by the

(a) conductor √

(b) driver

(c) younger woman

(d) older woman

4. The number of policemen to whom the woman expressed her anger was

(a) Three √

(b) four

(c) five

(d) six

5. The problem the bus faced was with the

(a) tyre

(b) engine √

(c) brake

(d) horn


Exercise 2

Answer the following questions within fifteen words:


(1) How many people got into the bus with the younger woman?

Ans.> Two people got into the bus with the younger woman.

(2) What was the conductor's order to the younger woman?

Ans.> The conductor ordered the younger woman to take the dog out of the bus.


(3) Why did the conductor stand triumphant?

Ans.> Because somehow he was able to get the dog out of the bus.


(4) What is that rule which cannot be broken without danger to life and limb?

Ans.> The “Rule of the Road” which cannot be broken without danger to life and limb.


Exercise 3

Answer the following questions within twenty-five words:

(1) When did the author feel that trouble was coming up?

Ans.> When the conductor first time saw the beady-eyed dog in the bus.

(2) Mention two demands made by the passengers when the bus stopped.

Ans.> The passengers demanded to get back there fares. They also demanded that the conductor must not leave them there at night.

(3) How are rules of guidance to be observed?

Ans.> The rules of guidance are to be observed with common sense. They are meant to be observed in the spirit, not in the letter.


 Grammar in use:



Exercise 5

Change the voice of the following sentences:

(a) Nila has bought a book.

Ans.> A book has been bought by Nilu.

(b) They will have seen the cricket match.

Ans.> The cricket match will have been seen by them.


(c) Bhola had seen a tiger.

Ans.> A tiger had been seen by Bhola.

(d) The nurse will attend the patient.

Ans.> The patient will be attended by the nurse.


Exercise 6


Change the voice of the following sentences:


(a) Do the sum.

Ans.> Let the sum be done.

(b) The poem was written by her.

Ans.> She wrote the poem.

(c) Open the door.

Ans.> Let the door be opened.

(d) The man is known to me.

Ans.> I know the man.


Exercise 7

Change the voice of the following sentences:

(a) They agreed to my plan.

Ans.> My plan was agreed to by them.


(b) My brother lost my favourite pen.

Ans.> My favourite pen was lost by my brother.


(c) The man is writing a letter.

Ans.> A letter is being written by the man.


(d) Titli is looking for her watch.

Ans.> Her watch is being looked for by Titli.


Exercise 8

Tick the correct alternative given in the brackets:

(a) It (rains / has been raining √ / is raining) since morning.

(b) Last Sunday I (went √ / had been going /go) to the zoo.

(c) l (will be √ / was / am) in class X next year.

(d) Rina (have reached / had reached / has reached √) home just now.



Exercise 9


Use the following flow chart to write a paragraph within 100 words on how to prepare orange juice:

oranges bought from the market-sorted-rotten ones removed-cleaned peeled-put in juicer-juice extracted-sugar and preservatives added-poured in bottles-sealed-ready to be sold



Preparation of Orange Juice


Orange juice is a very healthy drink. The preparation of orange juice is made through a number of steps. At first orange are bought from the market. Then they are sorted and rotten ones are removed. Next the fresh ones are then cleaned and washed in water. There after these are pealed. Then the peeled oranges are put into juicer to extract juice. Now sugar and preservatives are added to the extracted juice. Now the juice is poured into sterilized bottles. Next the bottles are sealed and labelled. Finally, these bottles of juice are packed and sent to the market to sell.



Exercise 10


Write a paragraph within 100 words on how you plan to take care of street dogs. Use the following hints:

cruel actions towards street dogs-necessity of looking after them-ways of taking care of the dogs-conclusion



Street Dogs


The dogs that don’t have an owner and lives and roam in the street are called street dogs. Now a day the number of street dogs are increasing in our towns and cities. This is a very big problem. Dealing with the problem is not easy. So they are often tortured by people. Some people have even suggested to kill them. But killing them should never be an option. Dogs are supposed to be man's best friends. So we should look after them. To take care of them, we can provide shelters and food for them. We can organize vaccination programme for them.

Dogs are known for their intelligence and faithfulness to their owner. So, dogs are always to be looked after and loved by us.

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