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Hunting Snake by Judith Wright

Hunting Snake by Judith Wright


Textual Questions:

Exercise 1


Tick the correct answer from the given alternatives:


(1) The poet was sun-warmed under the gentlest sky of

(a) summer

(b) winter

(c) autumn √ 

(d) spring


(2) The colour of the snake was

(a) black √

(b) grey

(c) green

(d) yellow


(3) The tongue of the snake was

(a) still

(b) flickering √

(c) dangling

(d) hanging


(4) The shape of the snake's scale was like

(a) star

(b) kite

(c) diamond √

(d) pyramid


(5) According to the poet, the intent of the snake was

(a) malicious

(b) greedy

(c) timid

(d) fierce √


(6) The snake finally disappeared into the

(a) sand

(b) grass

(c) rock

(d) stream


Exercise 2


Answer the following questions within twenty-five words:


(i) How did the snake appear as it was moving through the grass?

Ans.> The snake’s head was down, its tongue was flickering, and with a reeling motion, it quested through the parting grass.

(ii) What did the poet and her companions do when the snake was gone?

Ans.> The poet and her companions looked at each other and went on.


Grammar in Use :


Exercise 3


Rewrite the following sentences as directed:

(a) How happy we are here! (change into an assertive sentence)

Ans.> We are very hat here.


(b) Everybody knows the name of Tagore. (change into an interrogative sentence)

Ans.> Who does not know the name of Tagore.


(c) The painting is very beautiful. (change into an exclamatory sentence)

Ans.> How beautiful the painting is!


(d) Can we ever forget our childhood days? (change into an assertive sentence)

Ans.> We never forget our childhood days.


Exercise 4


Rewrite the following sentences as directed:


(a) We are proud of our heritage. (use the noun form of 'proud)

Ans.> We feel pride in our heritage.


(b) We should have sympathy for the poor. (use the adjective form of ‘sympathy')

Ans.> We should be sympathetic towards the poor.


(c) His success was due to his labour. (use the verb form of labour')

Ans.> He succeeds because he laboured.


(b) The song of the nightingale is very sweet. (use the adverb form of 'sweet')

Ans.> The nightingale sings very sweetly.

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