English in every board of education is a vital subject. It is necessary to pass in English. It is also essential for the students to understand English because the language English is an international language, and it is recognized and understood by all. Class 9 helps to prepare the student for their board examination. According to many educators, CBSE has designed the syllabus of class 9 in such a manner that it will form a basis for class 11. This subject helps you to boost your confidence and stimulate your personality that will help in your future life.
Aakash provides NCERT solutions for class 9 English language that are prepared by English specialists around the world so that the students can not only understand each paragraph properly but also frame their answers correctly. You can find the solution on Aakash's website. We recommend the students to download the solution, which is in a pdf format arranged chapter wise. The pdf includes a summary of each chapter, sample papers, and important questions.
There are two books for English in class 9 NCERT: beehive and moments. There's a workbook of Beehive that is Words and expressions 1.
Beehive includes 11 prose and poems. The focus of this book is to promote reading in children and to bring out accuracy for understanding and to converse in English. The prose and poems are of various genres like story biography, autobiography, science fiction, honor, one-act play, etc.
This Chapter is written by Issac Asimov. The genre of this poem is science- fiction. The words used in this poem are straightforward, which help in improving the writing and reading skills of the students.
It is about the future where the educational system is entirely dependent on machines. They are talking about the year 2155. Margie and Tommy are the two characters in this poem. They learn about old books and group study. This poem involves mocking the computerised education system.
This Chapter has two parts. The first part talks about Evelyn Glennie and the second part talks about Ustad bismillah khan. We get to know about the life and work of the musicians. It is an autobiography of the famous author Evelyn Glennie who became deaf due to nerve damage but still struggled to become a percussion artist. It also tells about the contribution of Ustad bismillah khan in Hindustani classical music.
In this chapter, the main character is a little girl named Kezia, who was afraid of her father. This story revolves around a father-daughter relationship. She thought that her father was very harsh on her, so she used to avoid him, and the story took a turn when her mother was admitted into a hospital, and she was left alone with her father. After an incident, she realized that her father loves her, but he does not have time to show her his feelings.
This chapter talks about an incident in a scientist's life. It is a story that gives a new picture of Elbert Einstein to the students. This is a little complicated chapter.
This chapter teaches the importance of being humble in today's life. This story revolves around two aspects: a snake and a mirror. The doctor entered his room on a summer night, and he was lost in his thoughts when he had an encounter with a snake. The doctor got very scared, but as soon as the snake saw its reflection in the mirror, it was more interesting in its own body than the doctor.
It deals with childhood days of APJ Abdul Kalam. It gives an idea about how APJ Abdul Islam prepared himself to become a scientist and president. He discusses the role of his families and friends in his life. In this story, Kalam mentioned everything that had an impact on him.
This is a prose written by Jerome k Jerome. This story includes travel guides that cover the local history and route planning. This prose is an extracted part of the novel' Three Men in a boat'. It starts with the introduction of three main characters George, Harris, and Jerome and Jerome's dog Montmorency. In this chapter, these three friends were tired of their work, so they decided to take a break and go on a holiday trip. After talking about where they were going, they finally decided to go on a boating trip on the River Thames from Kingston to Oxford. The story revolves around this trip.
This chapter tells us about the world-famous tennis player Maria Sharapova and her success. She was born in 1987 in Siberia, Russia. She was very determined and mentally powerful. Her strength, sacrifices, and hard work made her win the number one position in women's tennis.
The bond of love focuses on telling about the value of emotional intimacy through bookish narrative. This shows us an emotional connection between a human being and a creature that is a relationship between the author's wife and Bruno, which is a sloth bear. This teaches the importance of the endearment of animals to students. They both were so attached that when she read the proposal of sending Bruno to Mysore's zoo, she became distraught and started crying.
This chapter is an extract from the book' heaven lake'. In this story, the author narrates his experience when he visited Kathmandu city. He also shares some events, encounters in a beautiful manner.
The road not taken is a poem by Robert Frost. It is a poem about making different choices in life based on experience and interest. The poet says that people should be careful and wise while making their life decisions.
This poem Wind is written by Subramania Bharati, where he talks to the wind. He compares wind to the lives of a human being. This poem gives us a lesson that one should be mentally strong and physically fit to survive in this life.
The poet tells the reader about how he feels on a rainy day. The poet states that whenever it is a rainy day, he starts to think about his old times when he was a little boy. He misses his mother, who is no longer with him, but the memories of her will always are inside him.
The poet, in this poem, wants to go to Innisfree, where he can live peacefully in his cabin. Presently the life of the poet is precisely the opposite of what he wants, and he believes that he can only find peace near Innisfree lake.
This poem is a ballad by Phoebe Cary. The theme of the poem is morality. This poem tells us about the importance of care and unselfishness.
The poet of' No men are foreign' is James Kirkup. The poem tells us that all human beings are universal. It conveys the message of peace, unity, harmony, and brotherhood.
This poem involves a conversation between a duck and a kangaroo. A duck does not have legs to go around and see the world, so she feels that life is boring and she desperately wants to see the other side of the world, so she requested the kangaroo to take her in his back and show the world to her.
The poet raises awareness among the readers about the trees. Here the poet tells the reader that trees are living things by comparing trees with humans. The author tries to tell that killing trees is just like killing humans. He speaks about the man's cruelty regarding nature.
This poem is based on real-life facts where every human being considers a snake to be toxic and vicious. This is a poem about a snake who accidentally crossed the path of a man with the stick.
This poem shows the loss of a loved one and the poet's most profound sorrow and grievances. The poem depicts the pain of losing your loved ones and realising the harsh reality of life.
This story is a tale of a child who is attracted by the shops, insects, food and every other thing he saw when he was at a fair with his mother.
In this chapter, Toto is the name of a monkey who is the centre of attraction in this story. Toto's grandfather used to love animals and also owned a private zoo. This chapter revolves around the behavior of Toto.
The story is about a garden owned by a giant where children played, but one day a wall was built by the giant to stop this. Later he missed the kids and tore down the wall himself.
The story revolves around a place ruled by foolish kings and his stupid ministers because they gave many illogical orders to people. One day a priest and his disciples came to that place, and the priest was shocked to see the administration of that kingdom, and he decided to leave, but his disciples wanted to stay. After that, the disciples came into trouble and asked the priest for help.
The happy prince is a story about a prince who always wants to help the poor and needy people. The prince was so kind-hearted that helping other people gives him pleasure. In the end, the prince lost his eyes while helping the poor.
This story is based on the cyclone that hit Orissa in 1999. The story is narrated by a boy named Prashant who decided to go to his friend's house in 1999 then the cyclone happened. He had to take shelter under his friend's house for 36 hours. Prashant was anxious about his family, so he decided to go home, which was 18 kilometers from where he was. He went back home with a stick in his hand by walking. Upon reaching his village, he saw everything was ruined, but his family was safe.
The last leaf is a story where a painter named Johnsy was suffering from pneumonia, and she thought that she would die very soon. She used to watch a tree that is shedding its leaf and thinks that when the last leaf falls, she will die on the same day. Her best friend asked an old man who used to live in that very building to draw a painting of a tree with many leaves. When Johnsy woke up the next day, she found that the tree was full of leaves. After then, she realized that she was so negative. She realized that she has to accept the reality and be optimistic about it. She started caring about herself, and soon she recovered.
The author of this story is Pearl Polly Adler. The main focus of a story is to show the difference between a house and a home. A house is just a place to live, but home is a feeling which has values of love, affection for family. In this story, the narrator's house was burnt down, and she bought a new house when she realized that the house meant nothing to her.
In this story, the author narrates about the events he faced at the Logan airport when he was traveling to Boston for Easter. He narrated the series of hilarious events he encountered which makes the readers enjoy while reading it.
This story is written by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, which tells a story about a successful man. The theme of the story involves kindness and compassion, which made a drunken beggar into a man of honor. There was a drunken beggar named Lushkoff who used to beg for his living until Sergei offered him a job as a wood hopper.
Q. Where can I find NCERT solutions for class 9 English?
A. You can find as well as download the required NCERT Solution from Aakash's website, which is free and arranged in a pdf format in a proper manner to help students.
Q. What is the best way to score good marks in class 9th assessments in English?
A. There are 2 English books- Beehive and Moments, for scoring good marks the best recommendation would be to go through these books followed by the NCERT Solutions for class 9th provided by Aakash for English. Where one will provide you with the subject material, the other will prepare you with the answers.
Q. Why are the latest NCERT Solutions for class 9th English recommended for study?
A. As you may not know, but the NCERT books are under constant revamp. Things are changed constantly in terms of exercises after the chapters, and sometimes even chapters are added, changed, and subtracted. Aakash keeps the solutions PDF updated according to the recent changes and thus, it is recommended to follow the latest solutions PDF provided by them.
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