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NCERT Solutions for Class 5 English Marigold Chapter 7

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NCERT Solutions for Class 5 English Marigold Chapter 7 - Gullivers Travels
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Learning English would appear interesting and easy if you learn it from the subject matter experts at Vedantu. With their lucid explanations of NCERT Solutions for Class 5 English Marigold Chapter 7, it is easy to understand the chapter. Students can get a complete round-up of the chapter when they go through NCERT Solutions Class 5 English Gulliver's Travels. The simple words and easily comprehensible Gulliver's Travels Class 5 NCERT Solutions will help students in getting better grades in English. The stellar team of Vedantu has followed the CBSE curriculum so that students will find the solutions very useful from the exam point of view.

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1. Why was Gulliver finding it difficult to climb the stairs when he tried running away from the approaching giant?

Ans: Gulliver tried to run up the steep hill which had fields of barley on both its sides. The corn was as tall as 40 feet with a fence which allowed someone to pass from one field to the other. He found it impossible to climb since each step was 6 feet high. He tried to find a gap in the hedge when he found another giant approaching him.

Q2. Give an account of the dinner scene at the giant’s house where Gulliver was taken to.

Ans: The dining table of the giant’s house was 30 feet high, and dinner was brought in a dish that was 10 feet in diameter. The farmer’s wife served Gulliver with some crumbles of bread. There was a cat in their house, which was ten times larger than a normal ox. Farmer’s 1-year old son grabbed Gulliver and tried putting him in his mouth, but Gulliver shouted badly, which made the child drop him. The child’s mother caught Gulliver in her apron and gently placed him on the bed and covered with a handkerchief.