English Class 9 Notes Chapter 6 for kpk short question, long question translate into Urdu, Vocabulary and Writing for kpk board (Mardan)
English Class 9 Notes Chapter 6 for kpk
What are Nasiruddin’s stories famous for?
Nasiruddin’s stories are famous for humour. They became popular because they deal with the experiences of day-to-day life.
Which anecdote from the lesson you liked the most? Why.
I liked the second anecdote, the one about the farmer, the most. I liked it because Nasiruddin’s response to the farmer’s comment on his turban and illiteracy was quite witty.
Explain the point of laughter in the last story?
The point of laughter in the last story was Nasiruddin’s smart reply at the end. When the neighbor noticed Nasiruddin’s donkey braying in the stable, he pointed it out to Nasiruddin, who had said that he had lent it out already. He shut the door in his neighbor’s face and said that a man who believed the word of a donkey instead of his did not deserve to be lent anything.
How were thieves treated by Nasiruddin?
When the thieves ransacked Nasiruddin’s house and asked him why he was hiding in a cupboard, Nasiruddin treated them with unexpected respect by saying he was hiding out of shame for having nothing worthy of them in his house.
What was Nasiruddin’s explanation to the gardener?
When Nasiruddin was stealing from someone’s kitchen garden, the man demanded what he was doing here. Nasiruddin explained that wind blew him here. When asked who uprooted the vegetables, he replied that he grabbed a hold of them to stop himself from being swept along in the wind. Finally, the gardener asked him how the vegetables ended up in Nasiruddin’s sack, he said that that was what he was wondering about when the gardener interrupted him.
Have you ever come across a humorous person like Nasiruddin? Compare the character of Nasiruddin with that real life person.
Yes, I have come across a humorous person like Nasiruddin. That person was our neighbor until recently. He was in his early thirties, unlike Nasiruddin, who seems to be older in the stories.
The greatest similarities between Nasiruddin and our old neighbor are their quick wit and ability to find humor in grave situations. Like Nasiruddin, our old neighbor made unexpected jokes. People either really enjoyed his presence or disliked him greatly, because he spared no one with his quick answers. Reading stories about Nasiruddin reminded me of our old neighbor a lot.
Write a note on the character of Nasiruddin using evidence from the lesson.
In the tales about Nasiruddin, we can see that he had been many different things — a tailor, a merchant, a doctor, and a judge. He had also travelled widely. He was an eccentric person, with sharp wit and unconventional actions. In the first story, he lent his cloak to his friend and somehow always managed to bring attention to it despite his friend asking him not to. In the second story, Nasiruddin wore a turban although he was illiterate.
When the farmer pointed that out, Nasiruddin placed his turban on the farmer’s head and told him to read. These two stories show that he never failed to prove his point, even if the way he did so was strange. In the third story, with his daughters, Nasiruddin’s witty comment on their situation shows that he said things that were on everyone’s mind without hesitation.
Similarly, in all the stories, his responses have been quick and sharp. He always found a way to do what he wanted to. Stories about him are very amusing to read. Nasiruddin was a hilarious person, always finding himself in unexpected situations and giving surprising responses to the people around him.
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A) Use the following words in sentences of your own.
- worm out
1) Popular: His books are quite popular.
2) Worn out: She always wears her worn-out sneakers.
3) Turban: I have always wanted to wear a turban.
4) Gallop: The horse galloped across the field.
5) Ornament: They decorated their house with beautiful ornaments.
B) What do you understand by the following terms from the lesson?
- “worthy of you” means __useful for you__
- “to get money not advice” means desire money instead of advice
- “being swept along” means being carried off
- “experiences of day-to-day life” means ordinary happenings of daily life
A) Write a review of the lesson Nasiruddin.
Review – Title: Nasiruddin
The main idea of the lesson, Nasiruddin, was his unconventional actions and the way he found humour in serious situations. From lending his cloak to his friend Jalal to stealing potatoes — Nasiruddin always got the last word in every situation with his witty responses. The characters were all ordinary people, with Nasiruddin making their experiences extraordinary because of his antics.
The anecdotes have been written in an interesting manner, with abrupt ends and timing that never failed to amuse the reader.
I really liked this lesson. Although I do not always enjoy anecdotes, Nasiruddin was undeniably funny and I enjoyed reading it.
I would recommend this to everyone.
B) Translate the following passage from English to Urdu.
A farmer brought a letter to Nasiruddin and requested him to read it for him. Nasiruddin wanted to be excused saying that he could not do so because he was illiterate. The farmer said, “You are wearing such a big turban and still cannot read a letter”. Nasiruddin placed his turban on the head of the farmer and said, “Now you have the turban on your head. Read the letter”
mulla nasruddin stories in urdu
ایک کسان نے ناصر الدین کو ایک خط لایا اور اس سے درخواست کی کہ اسے اس کے لۓ پڑھدے۔ نصیر الدین نے کہا کہ وہ ایسا نہیں کرسکتا کیونکہ وہ ان پڑھ تھا۔ کسان نے کہا، “تم ایسی بڑی پگڑی پہنے ہوےَ ہو لیکن اب بھی ایک خط پڑھ نہیں سکتے۔ ناصرالدین نے اپنی پپگڑی کو کسان کے سر پر رکھ دیا اور کہا،” اب آپ کے سر پر پگڑی ہے۔ خط پڑھیں۔ “