NCERT Solutions for Class 1 English Marigold Chapter 7

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NCERT Solutions for Class 1 English Marigold Chapter 7 - Sundari

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The NCERT Solutions of Class 1 English Chapter 7 offered by Vedantu entertain the kids with short and cute stories about Sundari (The Kite), to attract them and to seek their attention. Our experts believe in the policy that if the student gets interested in something, they can easily put their all efforts to understand it. That's the reason they prepare the NCERT Solutions Chapter 7 Class 1 English Marigold in a detailed and understanding manner. They use a simple and liberal language with which the students don't find any difficulty to read it. Students can download NCERT Solutions for Class 1 English Marigold Chapter 7 - Sundari by tapping on the pdf link given below

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Rearrange the following sentences in the right order to make it into a story.

  1. A wind blows.

  2. It is raining.

  3. The crow flies away with the umbrella.

  4. The girl has an umbrella.

  5. The umbrella is now a nest.

  6. The umbrella hangs from a tree.

Ans. It is known as jumbling sentences. It means by changing the order of the sentences; we can frame a story. So here we need to modify the order of the given sentences.

  • The girl has an umbrella

  • The umbrella hangs from a tree

  • A wind blows.

  • It is raining.

  • The crow flies away with the umbrella.

  • The umbrella is now a nest.

2.  Why does Bobby call his kite 'Sundari'?

Ans. Bobby made the kite with red white and blue colors, and he drew several beautiful designs to make it more attractive. He was admired by seeing his kite and wants to call it Sundari, which means 'the beauty'. So he named his kite as Sundari.

Students can learn two things from the story. One is to make craft items with your ideas and creativity. And the other is showing affection for your belongings. Bobby loves his kite very much as it was his creation.