The Clever Wife Chapter 10 Class 10 Notes

 The Clever Wife  Chapter 10 Class 10 Notes

Class 10 Notes

Question and Answer

Question No. 1 What was the farmer doing in his field?

The farmer was plowing his field with a team of oxen. Suddenly, a lion came out of the bushes, which frightened the farmer.

Q.2 What did the lion say to him?

Tiger greeted the farmer and said that God had commanded him to eat the farmer’s oxen. He ordered the farmers to obey God’s command at that time and hand them over to them.

Q3. Why was the lion angry?

The lion was angry because the farmer first argued that God had commanded him to plow the fields and then refused to hand over the oxen to him. The farmer’s argument and denial angered the lion.

Q.4 What did the farmer offer to the lion?

Answer: When the lion got angry, the farmer offered his fat cow and tried to reduce his anger. He did it to save his life.

Question 5 What did the farmer tell his wife?

Answer: The farmer entered the house in a state of panic and introduced his wife to the terrible condition. He told her that the lion was waiting for the cow and asked her to treat the frightened condition.

س .6. Why did the farmer’s wife refuse to give him a cow?

Answer: The farmer’s wife refused to give him a cow as the only source of butter and ghee for him. He also drank milk from animals.

Question 7 What did the farmer’s wife do?

Answer: He returned the farmer to the field and decided to solve the problem. She dressed herself like a bloodthirsty hunter and rode into the field.

Q.8 What did he say when he saw the lion?

He replied that when he saw the lion, he really needed the lion because of the delicious meat. He added that he used to eat three lions a day to scare the lions.

Q.9 What did the lion do when the farmer’s wife said she would eat the lion?

The answer was actually a coward in the lion’s heart. That’s why when he heard the terrible conversation with the farmer’s wife. He ran for his life.

Question No. 10 What did the fox say to the running lion?

The jackal revealed the fact that the bloodthirsty killer was in fact the farmer’s wife. He also promised to reveal the real identity of the killer.

Question 10 : What did the farmer’s wife say to Jakal?

Answer: The farmer’s wife thanked Jakal for bringing such a wonderful lion. He also asked for two more lions because he wanted to play the role of a blood-thirsty killer to scare the lions.

Red more: Chapter 8 Dignity of Work class 10 Notes

Sentences

1.       Command: The Major ordered his troops to attack the enemy fort.

2.       Cowardice: Singing behind someone’s back is a very cowardly act.

3.       Daily. Supply: Newspapers are the best media for conveying government messages.

4.       Tend. Tender: We should all deal with it in a gentle and delicate manner.

5.       rick. Tricks: We should not play tricks with others.

Compound

Question 1 Why did the farmer offer his cow to the lion?

Answer: First, the lion dramatically demanded the farmer’s oxen. The lion’s demand frightened the farmer. He thought that if he did not have oxen to plow the fields, there would be no wheat to make bread. He thought that if he gave his fat cow instead of oxen, it would be beneficial for him. That’s why the farmer offered the lion, his cow.

Q.2 How did the farmer’s wife scare the lion?

Answer: The farmer’s wife dressed herself like a bloodthirsty killer and scared the lion. She wore her husband’s best clothes and a nice turban on his head. Then she saddled her horse and rode into the field. When she got there, she said in a sharp and bold voice that she really needed a lion. He added that he used to eat three lions a day. The lion was a coward in his heart, which is why he ran for his life when he heard such conversations.

3. The question How did Jacqueline encourage the lion?

Jacqueline first flattered the lion. He then encouraged her by revealing the fact that the bloodthirsty killer, who was frightening the lion, was the farmer’s wife. He also promised to reveal the real identity of the farmer’s wife, his long hair, to substantiate his claim. He did this because he thought that hunting a lion could tear him to pieces.

Q.4 What is the moral of the lesson of “smart wife”?

Answer Lesson “The Wise Wife” teaches us that we can remove the stigma from society by showing arrogance in our character. We should not panic while facing the hardships of life and we should keep our units with us.

Grammar

  Indirect speech instruction

Direct: Tiger said to the farmer, “Good morning, God’s field has commanded me to eat my oxen. Now obey God’s command and hand them over to me.”

Indirectly: Tiger greets the farmer that God has commanded him to eat the farmer’s ox. He ordered the farmers to obey God’s command at that time and hand them over to them.

Direct: The farmer said to the lion, “God has commanded me to plow the fields and I can’t do that without my oxen. Maybe, sir, you made a mistake.”

Indirect: The farmer told the lion that God had commanded him to plow the fields and he would not do so without his oxen. The lion may have made a mistake.

Straight: Tiger said, “I know better than God wants me to hurry and hand over the oxen to me.”

Indirect: Tiger said he knew best what God wanted him to do. He ordered the farmer to hurry and hand over the oxen to me.

Straightforward: The farmer said to the lion, “Please, sir, I have a fat cow at home. I will bring it to you in a few moments.”

Indirect: The farmer requested the lion that he had a fat cow in the house. He will bring you inside in a few moments.

Straightforward: The lion said, “Okay, go and get the cows but leave them here, bull. I promise I won’t hurt them.”

Indirect: The lion ordered the farmer to go and fetch the cows but leave the oxen there. He promised not to hurt them.

Direct: The wife said to the farmer, “You’re already at home, I haven’t started my housework yet.”

Indirect: The wife asks the farmer if he is already at home and he has not started the housework yet.

Direct: The farmer said to his wife, “Please, hurry up! Tell me what to do. The lion is waiting for the cow. If I am late, the lion will eat the oxen.”

Indirect: The farmer hurried to his wife and asked her what to do. The lion was waiting for the partner. If he was late, the lion would eat the oxen.

Direct: The farmer’s wife said, “Where will the milk come from? If you give it to a cow, how can I make butter and ghee?”

Indirect: The farmer’s wife asked where he could get milk. If she gives it to a cow, how will she make butter and ghee?

Direct: The farmer said, “I know, but bread is more important than butter. If I don’t have oxen to plow the field, there will be no wheat to make bread.”

Indirect: The farmer says he knows, but bread is more important than butter. If he had no oxen to plow the field, he would not have wheat to make bread.

Direct: The farmer’s wife said, “No, I won’t let you take the cow.”

Indirect: The farmer’s wife refuses to let him take the cow.

Direct: The farmer said, “Then find a way.”

Indirect: The farmer then ordered to find a way.

Straightforward: The farmer’s wife said, “Very well, I’ll think of a way. Leave it to me. No, go back to the lion and tell him that your wife is bringing a cow.”

Indirectly: The farmer’s wife said in surprise that she would think of something. Leave it. He ordered the farmer to go back to the lion and tell him that his wife was bringing a cow.

Straightforward: The farmer’s wife said, “How do I want to eat a live lion! This meat is so soft and tasty. Yesterday, I ate three lions, bones and everything. I hope I have at least one delicious meal today.” The lion will be found.

Indirect: The farmer’s wife said how she would like to eat a live lion. The meat was very tender and tasty. The day before, he had eaten three sweets, bones and everything. He hopes to find at least one delicious lion that day.

Straightforward: The wolf said to the lion, “What’s the matter, my lord? Where are you going?”

Indirectly: The fox asked the lion, “What’s the matter?” Where did he go

Straightforward: The lion said to the fox, “Run for your life. A bloodthirsty horse that eats lions.

Indirectly: The lion told the fox to run for his life. There was a bloodthirsty horseman who went to eat the lions.

Straightforward: The wolf said to the lions, “Oh, she was just the farmer’s wife. She’s done a trick on you. My lord, come with me, and I’ll make you her long hair.”

Indirect: The jackal told the lion that she was just a farmer’s wife. He did a trick on the lion. He told the lion to go with him, and he would show him his long hair.

Straightforward: The lion said to the fox, “Are you sure it’s just a woman?”

Indirect: The lion asked the lump if he believed it was just a woman.

Direct: The wolf said to the lion, “Don’t you trust your old friend?”

Indirectly: The wolf asked the lion if he did not trust his old friend.

Direct: The farmer said to his wife, “Now we are lost.”

Indirectly: The farmer told his wife that he had lost them.

Direct: The farmer’s wife said to the farmer, “Don’t worry. I’ll deal with them.”

Indirect: The farmer’s wife did not talk to the farmer about being upset. She would deal with them.

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