Tales of Bhola Grandpa Textual Questions Answers Grammar and Writings [Class 9th Lesson-1]

Class 9 এর Lesson 1 এর Tales of Bhola Grandpa র সমস্ত Textual questions ও তার উত্তর দেওয়া হল সাথে Grammar ও writing ও দেওয়া হল ।

Textual Questions and Answers of Tales of Bhola Grandpa Class 9 Lesson 1 Grammar

Textual questions

Exercise 1

Tick the correct answer from the given alternatives:

  1. In the bokal tree the, lived ——–
    (a) crows
    (b) monkeys
    (c) tigers
    (d) sparrows
  2. Ans: (b) monkeys
  1. On the way back from the festival, Bhola Grandpa tightly held on to the two fingers of his ———
    (a) son
    (b) cousin
    (c) grandson
    (d) nephew
    Ans: (c) grandson
  1. A gang of pirates were burying a ——–
    (a) large box
    (b) small box
    (c) large bag
    (d) small bag
    Ans: (a) large box
  1. Bhola Grandpa was returning from the —-
    (a) yearly market
    (b) monthly market
    (c) daily market
    (d) weekly market

Ans: (d) weekly market

  1. Bhola Grandpa died at the age of—–
    (a) eighty-five
    (b) ninety-five
    (c) fifty-five
    (d) seventy-five
    Ans: (b) ninety-five

Exercise 2

Answer the following questions within fifteen words:

(a) When did Bhola Grandpa let out a loud wail? (কখন ভোলাদাদু জোরে চিৎকার করে উঠেছিল ?)

Ans: When someone asked Bhola Grandpa what he was gripping, he remembered his grandson and let out a loud wail.

(b) Where had the grandson found a cosy shelter? (কোথায় নাতিটি একটি আরামদায়ক আশ্রয় খুঁজে পেয়েছিল?)

Ans: The grandson found a cosy shelter under a cow’s belly.

(c) What request did Bhola Grandpa make to the first man he saw on the mound? (ভোলাদাদু টিলায় দেখতে পাওয়া প্রথম মানুষটিকে কি অনুরোধ করেছিল?)

Ans: Bhola Grandpa requested the first man he saw on the mound for some water to drink.

(d) How old was Bhola Grandpa’s wife when he died? ( ভোলাদাদুর স্ত্রীর বয়স কত ছিল যখন তিনি মারা যান?)

Ans: Bhola Grandpa’s wife was eighty-year old when he died.

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Exercise 3

Answer the following questions within twenty-five words:

(a) Why was no real treasure found under the sand dunes? ( কেন বালির ঢিবির নীচ থেকে কোন সম্পদ পাওয়া যায়নি ?)

Ans: No real treasure was found under the sand dunes because Bhola Grandpa confessed that there was no real treasure. It was all a dream which he had during his midday nap.

(b) What did the tiger do after Bhola Grandpa had climbed up the banyan tree? ( ভোলাদাদু বট গাছে উঠে পড়ার পরবাঘটি কি করেছিল ?)

Ans: After Bhola Grandpa had climbed up the banyan tree the tiger roared and circled the tree about hundred times. Then it settled down under a bush without taking its eyes off him and beat its tail on the dry leaves.

(c) What was the reason of Bhola Grandpa’s death according to his wife? ( ভোলাদাদুর স্ত্রীর মতে তার মারা যাওয়ার কারনকি?)

Ans: According to Bhola Grandpa’s wife the reason of his death was that he must have forgotten to breath.

Exercise 4

Change the mode of narration of the following sentences:

(a) Bulbuli said to his friend, “Will you come tomorrow?”

Ans: Bulbuli asked his friend if he would come the next day.

(b) Paulami says,” I arn fine.”

Ans: Paulami says that she is fine.

(c) The teacher said to the students, “Keep quiet.”

Ans: The teacher ordered the students to keep quite.

(d) My mother said to me, “May your dreams come true.”

Ans: My mother wished that my dreams might come true.

(e) The students said,” Sir, please allow at to play in the field.”

Ans: Addressing their teacher as Sir the students politely requested to allow them to play in the field.

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Exercise 5

In each of the sentences of the following passage some articles and prepositions are used in an incorrect manner. Underline them and replace them with the appropriate ones:

On an winter night I was aboard a boat. It was a moonlit night full on stars. The boat was anchored up a great river. I was thrilled to see a beauty of nature.

Ans: On (an = a) winter night I was aboard a boat. It was a moonlit night full (on = of) stars. The boat was anchored (up = to) a great river. I was thrilled to see (a = the) beauty of nature.


Exercise 6

Write a dialogue within 100 words on the need to ban the use of animals like tigers and lions as circus attractions.
(সার্কাসের আকর্ষণ হিসেবে বাঘ এবং সিংহের মতো প্রাণীর ব্যবহার নিষিদ্ধ করার প্রয়োজনীয়তা সম্পর্কে 100 শব্দের মধ্যে একটি সংলাপ লেখ )

Hints: wild animals decreasing— ill treatment to animals in circuses—criminal offence—laws against such—need to be humane to animals



( To Ban the use of animals as circus attraction)

Raja: Hello Rahul!
Rahul: Hello Raja! How are you?
Raja: I’m fine. How do you do?
Rahul: I’m so so. Where are you going?
Raja: I’m returning from a circus.
Rahul: Owao! I am also from the same place.
Raja: Have you enjoyed the show?
Rahul: Yes, but I feel pity for the animals like tigers and lions as circus attractions.
Raja: You are right. Wild animals are decreasing day by day from all over the world.
Rahul: This people of circus ill treat the animals.
Raja: Yes, it is a criminal offence. They should be punished.
Rahul: I think the government should frame laws against such acts.
Raja: All of us should be humane to animals.
Rahul: You are right. We’ll talk about it later.
Raja: O.K Good bye
Rahul: Bye

Exercise 7

Write a story within 100 words using the given hints. Give a title to the story:
(প্রদত্ত হিন্টস ব্যবহার করে 100 শব্দের মধ্যে একটি গল্প লেখ। গল্পের শিরোনাম দাও)

Hints: returning from educational excursion by bus—night journey—sudden breakdown—tyres punctured—had to wait for two hours at a lonely place—tyres fixed—back home



It was January last year. We went to Murshidabad on an educational excursion. We went there by bus. We enjoyed the whole day. We set out at 5 p.m. On the way back we were passing through a dense forest. It was a night journey. Suddenly the bus came to a halt. Everyone woke up and wanted to know the mater. Two tyres of the bus had punctured. The next two hours were scary. Any time anything might happen. We had thought about kidnappers, dacoits and even tiger. Some mysterious sounds were also coming. At about 3 p.m. the tyres were fixed. The bus started again. We returned home safe.

The End

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