NCERT Solutions for Class 8 English It So Happened
Sorry!, This page is not available for now to bookmark.
The NCERT solutions for class 8 English It So Happened that we provide has been carefully curated by some of the most experienced teachers in the country. Our teachers have worked with students of the same age group for years and have created the book after careful consideration. Below given are the chapter wise details of Class 8 English NCERT It So Happened Solutions.
Chapter 1: How the Camel got his hump
It is a fictional story whose plot is set at a time when the world has just begun and the animals were working for humans. There was one lazy animal, which did nothing, and said nothing but ‘Humph’. Even the clever Djinn was at his wit’s end. The exercises provided in this chapter are a combination of comprehensions, short answer questions, and descriptive questions.
Chapter 2: Children At Work
There are many reasons why children have to work. Some help their family make a livelihood. Others, who run away from unhappy homes, need to support themselves. Many children have to work, can’t go to school and play like other children of their age. The chapter presents the story of a child who is going through similar circumstances. The exercises provided in this chapter are a combination of comprehensions, short answer questions, and descriptive questions. Vedantu offers solved answers to all the questions given for a reference.
Chapter 3: The Selfish Giant
The chapter presents the story of the Giant’s beautiful garden, where children loved to play in it. The Giant, who was selfish, built a high wall around his lovely garden. Children did not enter the garden thereafter. But later on Giant experienced a change of heart. The exercises provided in this chapter are a combination of comprehensions, short answer questions, and descriptive questions. Vedantu offers solved answers to all the questions given for a reference.
Chapter 4: The Treasure Within
The chapter draws our attention to the fact that every child is a potential achiever and is different from other children in her/his style of learning and area of interest. The plot of this chapter revolves around the conversation between Ms. Bela Raja, editor of Sparsh, a newsletter from the Resource Centre, The Valley School, Bangalore, and Mr. Hafeez Contractor, one of India’s leading architects.
Chapter 5: Princess September
The chapter presents the story of princess September, like each one of her numerous sisters, receives the gift of a parrot in a golden cage on her father’s birthday. The parrot dies, and by chance, a singing bird comes in its place. The princess shows off her pet to the sisters who advise her to put it in a cage. Like the preceding chapters, the exercises provided in this chapter are a combination of comprehensions, short answer questions, and descriptive questions. Vedantu offers solved answers to all the questions given for your reference.
Chapter 6: The fight
Ranji discovers a pool in the forest and plunges into it for a swim. There is serious trouble between him and someone else over who has a right to the pool. A fight ensues. The first round ends in a draw. Like the preceding chapters, the exercises provided in this chapter are a combination of comprehensions, short answer questions, and descriptive questions. Students are expected to answer the questions based on their own understanding. However, if they face difficulties the solved answers provided by Vedantu can be a valuable learning aid.
Chapter 7: The Open Window
The chapter narrates a story of Mr. Nuttel. At the mid of chapter students will find few comprehension check and at the end their are exercises in which students need to discuss few questions in group and some points to think.
Chapter 8: Jalebi
An honest boy is on his way to school carrying money in his pocket to pay the school fees. The sight of crisp, syrupy jalebis in the market excites him and the coins in his pocket begin to jingle. After a long debate with himself, he yields to the sweet temptation. Like the preceding chapters, the exercises provided in this chapter are a combination of comprehensions, short answer questions, and descriptive questions.
Chapter 9: The Comet 1
The chapter is based on a new comet that appeared in the sky and is heading straight for the earth. The chapter comprises of two comprehension check on which students are supposed to work after reading the story.
Chapter 10: The Comet II
The chapter draws our attention on the gap that exists between the rational and the superstitious seemed to be far wider, far more sinister. Will human society ever succeed in eliminating it? Work with comprehension check and group discussion exercise mentioned in the chapter.
Another advantage is that you will be able to solve practice papers with this book and ready yourselves for the main examinations when the time comes through preparation. The NCERT solutions Class 8 English It So Happened free PDF also has the questions that are modified and thorough as per the latest format of the NCERT.
The solutions are provided from the chapters "How the Camel Got His Hump" to "The Comet - II" in a neat and well planned out manner. You can choose individual chapter solutions and then download it onto your laptops or tablets.
The NCERT class 8 English It So Happened PDF solutions is one part of a set of solutions at Vedantu. We also provide online tuitions for the core science subjects across many grades.
It is important that you study in an environment where you are comfortable, and by doing so at home, you can concentrate better on their studies. You can also get doubts cleared on the spot and have your work assessed on a regular basis. By doing so, you can constantly improve and get examination-ready when the time comes.
Share your contact information
Vedantu academic counsellor will be calling you shortly for your Online Counselling session.