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Honeydew | English CBSE VIII Chapter 1 - The Best Christmas Present in the World - Answer of question on P10 Q2

Question 2:

What did he find in a secret drawer? Who do you think had put it in there?

Answer

The author found a small black tin box in the secret drawer. There was a paper sello-taped to its top. It said, ‘Jim’s last letter, received January 25, 1915. To be buried with me when the time comes.’

Most likely, it was put there by Mrs. Jim Macpherson, who was Jim’s wife. Her name and address were on the envelope inside the box.

Honeydew | English CBSE VIII Chapter 1 - The Best Christmas Present in the World - Answer of question on P10 Q1

Question 1:

What did the author find in a junk shop?

Answer

The author found a nineteenth century roll-top desk in the junk shop. It was made of oak. It was in a very bad condition. The roll-top was broken into several pieces. One of the legs was clumsily mended and there were scorch marks down one side. The author bought it in order to restore it.

NCERT Free TextBook Links for English for Class 8

PL select Class , Subject and Language to download free Chapters of NCERT Book Chapterwise or Complete download.

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1 Honeydew Honeydew Download
2 ITS SO Happened ITS SO Happened Download Boook

 

SPLIT UP SYLLABUS OF ENGLISH FOR CLASS VIII (2010-2011)

 

 

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English Grammar - 8th Grade - 1st Terminal exam

1.    One word is wrong in every line. Find out the error and correct it.

Taj Mahal was build by Shajahan in
Memory of her wife Construction began
in 1632 and was complete in 1653
The architect was Isa Khan, who is from
Shiraz.



     2.     Rearrange these words to form meaningful sentences.



          1. and/crown/of/character/the/glory/life/is



CBSE VIII - English Syllabus Objectives

Background
Activities and materials that promote language growth in the early years have been described in
some detail in the preceding section. Work at the upper primary level providing a basis for action
and interventions in schools is described below. In general, vocabulary development through
reading extensively with comprehension and interest and writing activities of a higher order than
hitherto developed are the main goals of teaching/learning at this stage.