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The Duck and the Kangaroo Class –VIII - By Ajay Hazare CST

So students let us know something about the poet [Edward Lear] of this poem: 

So students let us know something about the poet [Edward Lear] of this poem

INTRODUCTION: 

INTRODUCTION Born on12th May 1812 in the London. A talent for drawing and painting. Edward Lear was an English artist, author, and poet, renowned for his poetry ,prose, and especially his limericks. Lear was born into a middle-class family in the village of Holloway. Due to the family’s limited finance . He was raised by his eldest sister, named Ann. Lear suffered from health problem, when he was six year old. Died on 29 th January 1888. Popular WORK. Alphabet Poem Cold are the Crabs How pleasant to know Mr. Lear The Duck and the Kangaroo. Etc. The Owl and the Pussy Cat.

POEM : 

POEM Said the Duck to the Kangaroo, ‘Good gracious! How you hop! Over the fields and the water too, As if you never would stop! My life is a bore in this nasty pond, And I long to go out in the world beyond! I wish I Could hop like you! Said the Duck to the Kangaroo .

Poem: 

Poem ‘ Please give me a ride on your back!’ Said the Duck to the Kangaroo. ‘I would sit quite still, and say nothing but “Quack,” The whole of the long day through! And we’d go to the Dee, and the Jelly Bo Lee, Over the land, and over the sea;- Please take me on a ride! O do! Said the Duck to the Kangaroo .

poem: 

poem DUCK REQUESTING

Poem –stanza -3: 

Poem –stanza -3 Said the Kangaroo to the Duck, “This requires a little reflection: Perhaps on the whole it might bring me luck , And there seems but one objection, Which is, if you’ll let me speak so bold, Your feet are unpleasantly wet and cold, And would probably give me the roo- Matiz! Said the Kangaroo .

Said the Duck, ‘As I sat on the rocks, I have thought over that completely, And I bought four pairs of worsted socks which fit my web – feet neatly. And to keep out the cold I’ve bought a cloak, And every day a cigar I’ll smoke All to follow my own dear true Love of a Kangaroo!’: 

Said the Duck, ‘As I sat on the rocks, I have thought over that completely, And I bought four pairs of worsted socks which fit my web – feet neatly. And to keep out the cold I’ve bought a cloak, And every day a cigar I’ll smoke All to follow my own dear true Love of a Kangaroo!’

POEM: 

POEM

poem: 

poem Said the Kangaroo, I am ready! All in the moonlight pale, But to balance me well, dear duck, sit steady! And quite at the end of my tail! So away they went with a hop and a bound, And they hopped the whole world three times round; And who so happy,- O who, As the Duck and the Kangaroo?

VOCABULARY: 

V O C A B U L A R Y HOP BORE NASTY RIDE REFLECTION WET CLOAK PALE BOUND JUMP FEEL DULLNESS DIRTY SIT ON SOMEBODY RECONSIDERATION SOAKED WITH WATER .LOOSE SLEEVELESS OUTER .DIM .JUMP

SUMMARY: 

SUMMARY This poem shows the deep love of two friends, the Duck and the Kangaroo. True friends help one another. The Duck thinks that her life is boring. She always lives in a dirty pond. She likes to go out and see the world. She says that the Kangaroo is lucky who can jump or spring. The duck also likes to have the same quality. The duck requests the Kangaroo to give her ride on his back. She will sit calmly. They will go over the land and the sea. The Kangaroo agrees but he complains that her wet and cold feet will trouble him. The Duck replies that she has four pairs of woolen socks and these fit her feet neatly She has also bought a cloak to keep out the cold. She will also smoke a cigar daily. The Kangaroo gets ready and advises the Duck to sit steady to keep his balance. She should sit on the tip of his tail. In this way, they hop the whole world round three times and both become happy. SUMMARY

Textbook Exercise: 

Textbook Exercise Qus.1 – Write five pairs of rhyming words? [1] Hop STOP [2] BACK = QUACK [3] DUCK = LUCK [4] BOLD = COLD [5] ROCKS = SOCKS

QUS 2 COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE. DUCK : Dear Kangaroo! Why don’t you...... ........................................................................ Kangaroo: With pleasure, my dear Duck, though ..................................................... Duck : That won’t be a problem. I will .. .................................................................. : 

QUS 2 COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE . DUCK : Dear Kangaroo! Why don’t you...... ........................................................................ Kangaroo : With pleasure, my dear Duck, though ..................................................... Duck : That won’t be a problem. I will .. .................................................................. ANS 1. give me a ride on your back ANS 2. There is one problem with your wet and cold feet. ANS 3. wear woolen socks and a cloak to keep out the cold .

Qus.3 The Kangaroo does not want to catch ‘rheumatism’. Spot this, why it is spelt so.Why it is in two part and capital letter? [Ans]. In the third stanza the word roo – Matiz has been given. It is spelt differently to keep the rhyme of the poem. The word roo means ‘cold’ and Matiz means ‘matism’ , that is joint pain. It is in two parts to indicate the two problems, If they are joined together they will name one disease that is rheumatism, The poet wants to emphasis two problems one by cold and the other by getting wet.: 

Qus.3 The Kangaroo does not want to catch ‘rheumatism’. Spot this, why it is spelt so.Why it is in two part and capital letter? [ Ans]. In the third stanza the word roo – Matiz has been given. It is spelt differently to keep the rhyme of the poem. The word roo means ‘cold’ and Matiz means ‘matism’ , that is joint pain. It is in two parts to indicate the two problems, If they are joined together they will name one disease that is rheumatism, The poet wants to emphasis two problems one by cold and the other by getting wet .

Let us have some ques. Of slide one: 

Let us have some ques . O f slide one Qus 1. What does the Duck say to the Kangaroo? Qus. 2. What is the wish of the duck? Qus. 3. Why is the Duck bored? Qus.4. What does she request the Kangaroo? [Do yourself]

SOME EXTRA QUESTIONS - MCQ : 

SOME EXTRA QUESTIONS - MCQ Which is, if you'll let me speak so bold, Your feet are unpleasantly wet and cold, And would probably give me the roo- Matiz !' said the Kangaroo. 1. The word 'which' refers to (a) the idea of travelling (b) an objection (c) the Duck (d) the Kangaroo. 2. The one who speaks so boldly is (a) the Kangaroo (b) the Duck (c) the poet (d) Matiz. 3. Whose feet are being talked of ? (a) the Kangaroo's (b) of the Duck's (c) a bold person's (d) of Matiz. 4. The word roo-Matiz here refers to (a) the Duck (b) the Kangaroo (c) a disease (d) a person.

SOME EXTRA QUESTIONS -MCQ: 

SOME EXTRA QUESTIONS -MCQ Said the Duck to the Kangaroo, 'Good gracious ! how you hop ! Over the fields and the water too, As if you never would stop ! 1. Who was it that couldn't hop ? (a) the Duck (b) the Kangaroo (c) the frog (d) some other animal. 2. The phrase 'Good gracious' here, shows (a) shock (b) fear (c) anger (d) surprise. 3. The one which moves easily 'over the fields and water too' is (a) the Duck (b) the Kangaroo (c) the deer (d) the lion. 4. The word 'gracious' means (a) decent (b) good-looking (c) kind (d) happy .

SOME EXTRA QUESTIONS MCQ: 

SOME EXTRA QUESTIONS MCQ My life is a bore in this nasty pond, And I long to go out in the world beyond ! I wish I could hop like you !' Said the Duck to the Kangaroo. 1.The word 'My' refers to (a) the Duck (b) the Kangaroo (c) the poet (d) none of the above. 2. The Duck lives in (a) the hut (b) the water (c) the river (d) a nest. 3. The duck wanted (a) to live in the pond (b) to go beyond the pond (c) to befriend the Kangaroo (d) to dance 4. The word 'nasty' means (a) clean (b) fine (c) prison-like (d) filthy

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