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It So Happened Chapter 1 How The Camel Got His Hump
  • NCERT Solution For Class 8 English It So Happened

    How The Camel Got His Hump Here is the CBSE English Chapter 1 for Class 8 students. Summary and detailed explanation of the lesson, including the definitions of difficult words. All of the exercises and questions and answers from the lesson's back end have been completed. NCERT Solutions for Class 8 English How The Camel Got His Hump Chapter 1 NCERT Solutions for Class 8 English How The Camel Got His Hump Chapter 1 The following is a summary in Hindi and English for the academic year 2021-2022. You can save these solutions to your computer or use the Class 8 English.

    Question 1

    What tasks, do you think, were assigned to the dog and the ox?


    The task of fetching and carrying stuff was allocated to the dog. It was the obligation allocated to the ox to carry the yokes on his neck and plow the field.

    Question 2

    Why did the camel live in the middle of the desert?


    The camel lived in the center of the desert for not wanting to work. In ate sticks, thorns, and pickles, it said 'Humph!' and nothing more when someone spoke to it.

    Question 3

    What made the dog, the horse and the ox very angry?


    All three animals, the dog, the horse, and the ox were angry because they were asked to do additional job while the camel was doing no job at all.

    Question 4

    How did the Djinn know the horse was complaining against the camel?


    The Djinn that the horse was complaining against the camel because he was responsible for all deserts and knew all that was going on in relation to his deserts.

    Question 5

    The camel was looking at his own reflection in the pool. What does it suggest to you about the camel?


    Looking at his own reflection in the pool, the camel demonstrates that his gain looks, particularly his back, were vain. To admire himself, he looked into the water.

    Question 6

    The camel said, 'Humph' repeatedly. How did it affect him?


    This triggered the back of a large hump. He also had to work harder to compensate for his idleness.

    Question 7

    What, according to the Djinn, was the use of the 'hump'?


    The Djinn ensured the camel that he would always be helped by his hump. It has been helpful for many days of storing food and using it ongoing job.

    Question 8

    '............ he has never yet learnt to behave'. In the light of this, what is the writer's opinion about the camel?


    The camel is still a very lazy animal, according to the writer, reluctant to work. He believes the camel is an untempered and unbehaved animal and he can never alter it.

    Question 9

    Can this story be actually true?


    This story can not be true in fact. At the beginning of the world, man was not there. There wasn't the ox, the horse and the dog. After a long time, man learned to domesticate animals. This tale is a legend.

    Question 10

    What according to you, is the story about? Consider the following;
    (i) How the world began.
    (ii) Why everyone should do his/her share of work seriously.
    (iii) How animals are important to humans.
    (iv) How the camel got his hump.


    The tale tells us, in my view, that each of us should seriously do his / her share of the job. We're sure to get a hump on our back if we don't do our job seriously. Idleness results in deformation.

    Question 11

    What did you do over the weekend? Were you generally active or idle? Please check your back before starting to discuss or answer the question.


    Honestly, I haven't done a lot of job. I was relaxing and watching television. Some friends of mine went to see me. We've been chatting for quite a long time.

    Question 12

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