Making Best Out of Waste, Her Forte

1 Who does ‘her’ refer to in the report?
Ans – Rukmani Chaturvedi referred as ‘her’ to the report.
2 where has the report been taken from?
Ans- This report had been taken from Bhilai.
3 how many participants were there to exhibit the things?
Ans. Ans – There were three participants including Rukmani Chaturvedi.
4 What manor differences do you find between the paintings used by Rukmani, Kusum Lata Vaidya and Rama Dutta Joshi?
Ans. Rukmani used different types of leaves, different parts of banana tree to make art, Kusum Lata used organic paint in all her paintings, and Ms Joshi, Used charcoal and pencil.
5 When did the exhibition end? When do you think it started?
Ans.
6 Who inaugurated the exhibition?
Ans. The exhibition was inaugurated by the General Manager of the town administerat, RK Agrwal, at the Nehru Art Gallery.
7 What could be the main outcome of such an exhibition, according to Mr. Agrawal?
Ans. The outcome of te expo according to Mr. RK Agrawal, was that it would serv as an inspiration for building artists in Steel City.
B Make a list of the things the participants exhibited?
Mr. Rukmani Ms Kusum Lata Vaidya Ms Rama Dutt Joshi
Make a list of the materials the artists used for their creation:
Names –

1 Ms Rukmani Chautvedi
2 Ms Kusumi Lata Vaidya
3 Ms Rama Dutta Joshi
Materials used
Maize, Palm, Leaves, Banana reel Banana leaves, Flower of banana tree
2 Natural colours , water colours 3 Charcoal, Pencil
Make Sentences by using the table below:
ans. 1The Prime Minister inaugurated the seminar on energy conservation.
2 Mother Teresa’s name is an inspiration for anyone who wants to do social service.
3 The Expo was an unique opportunity for Ms Rukmani.
4 Most of the people still use charcoal as a fuel.
5 Every possible opportunity should be gvien to the budding artists.
6 The chief Guest congratulated the winners of different categories.
7 Ms. Joshi painting depicted the life of locals.
Match the following words with their meanings.
Fort- Special Skill
Masterpieces-THe best work of its type
Exhibiton-A public show of object
Collages-A picture made by sticking various material
unique-only one of tis type
expo-A big exhibiton
acclaimed- Well known
budding- New and young
exponentA person who sets examples for others
limelight- centre of public attention
subtly-Cleverly
commend- appreciate
3 Fill in the blanks choosing approapriate words given below.
flower, nine, Panthi, Rama, artists, forty-four
Mr. R.K. Agrawal inaugurated the exhibition. It contained the work of three artists namely Rukmani Chaturvedi, Kusum Lata Vaidya and Rama Dutt Joshi. In all, There were forty-four paintings. Of these only nine belonged to Ms. Joshi. Rukmani Chaturvedi used things like leaves, flowers etc. to make her collages Internationally acclaimed Panthi exponent Devdas Banjare was present at the inaugural function.
Grammar
1. Use the appropriate form of verbs given in brackets in the sentences given below.
1. She presented artworks made out of waste. (present)
2. The Chief Minister inaugurated the fast food shop “Star One” in Raipur recently. (inaugurate)
3. God created the world. (create)
4. Sania Mirza achieved the honour of entering in the Australian Open. (achieve)
5. The programme was organised by the college. (organize)
6. Paintings of local artists were exhibited in the auditonum. (exhibit)
7. The President congratulated the winners. (congratulate)
8. The wind blew the letter out of my hand. (blow)
9. He broke his hand while playing cricket (break)
Grammar
2 After the exhibition Rukmani had the following advantages
collages were bought 2. She was made the of the
collages were bought 2. She was made the of the
1. Her
by people
talk of the town by the television programme elected 6. She was
3. The response
4. Her art was
5. She was
people overwhelmed her.
appreciated by bhilaians. by the management for the state award contacted by many people for guidance

English-7
3. Make a list of all the verbs in the past tense occuring in the lesson. Writing
1. Read the following paragraphs carefully. There are two stories mixed up. Arrange the paragraphs in order to find out the stories:
A mango tree said to a bush growing in its shade, “You are useless. No body wants you. I am used for roofs and houses everywhere. Men can’t do without me”.
The young deer was filled with fear and forgetting his resolve, took to his heels, along with his mother.
“Here is a man coming to you with an axe, right now. Farewell”.
A young deer said to his mother, “I am larger than a dog and swifter and I have horns to defend myself. When dogs appear I will run away with the others. I have decided not to run from dogs in future”.
• “You are so right”, said the bush.
ANS.

Answer:
Story 1. A mango tree said to a bush growing in its shade. “You are useless. No body wants you. I am used for roofs and houses everywhere. Men can’t do
without me”. “You are so right” said the bush.
“Here is a man coming to you with an axe, right now. Farewell”.
Story 2. A young deer said to his mother, “I am larger than a dog and swifter and I have horns to defend myself. When dogs appear I will run away with the others I have Just
decided not to run from dogs in future”. then they heard the bark of dogs.
The
young deer was filled with fear and forgetting his resolve, took to his
Just then they heard the bark of dogs.
2. Look at the pictures given below and write the related headlines under each picture given in the box.
1. Cute Cats at Home
3. Run to Win
2. Sleeping Ostrich
4. Friends Forever
Answer:
It was dreadful for the poor little duckling to live alone in the cold winter. “Come here, duckling, it is cold out there”, called a field mouse. His hole was warm and cozy and full of food. He told her, “Spring will bring better luck.”
The duckling saw his reflection in the cold water and was so surprised. “What a beautiful swan he was! Have you ever seen a duckling changed into a swan?”

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