10th Standard A Hero English Notes Question Answer 2022

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10th Class A Hero Lesson Notes

I. Multiple choice questions:

1. Swami’s father was a

a) Teacher b) doctor c) lawyer d) police

2. The interesting news that Swami’s father drew his attention was

a) Five burglars were arrested

b) a girl met with an accident

c) The bravery of a village lad fought with a tiger

d) a burglar was caught by little boy

3. The report said that the boy who fought with a tiger stayed on the tree for half-a-day he did so because.

a) He wanted to watch the tiger from the top of a tree.

b) He was coward

c) He wanted someone to kill the tiger.

d) he wanted to take rest for some time.

4. The important thing according to Swami’s father was

a) Courage

b) strength

c) age

d) all of them

5. A frightful proposition according to Swami was

a) sleeping beside granny

b) fighting with a tiger

c) sleeping in the office room alone

d) challenging his father

6. Swami always slept beside

a). his mother

b) his granny

c) his brother

d) his grand father

7. “From a challenge it had become a command”. What does command refer to here?

a) killing the tiger

b) sleeping in the office room alone one night

c) prove the news paper report wrong

d) catching the burglar

8. The disgraceful thing according to Swami’s father was

a) sleeping beside his granny like a baby

b) arguing with his father

c) being coward

d) sleeping alone in the office room

9. Swami’s grandmother’s practice before she went to bed was

a) telling stories to Swami

b) eating fruits singing lullaby to Swami

c) singing songs for Swami to sleep

d) writing her diary

10. When Swami’s father pulled away Swami’s blanket, for Swami he looked

a) an apparition

b) a brave man

c) burglar

d) a head master

11. Swami was supported most by his

a) father

b)granny

c)headmaster

d) mother

12. Swami thought the safe, compact and the reassuring place in the office room was

a) under the bench

b) on the ground

c) on the cot

d) on the table

13. Swami saw a moving creature in the room. it was

a) his shadow

b) a scorpion

c) a man

d) a devil

14. Swami said that there were scorpions behind the law books because

a) He saw the scorpions behind the books before

b) the room was dusty

c) he was afraid of scorpions

d) he wanted to escape from his father’s command

15. Swami’s father wanted him to sleep alone in the office room to

a) be brave

b) test his courage

c) he disliked him

d) develop good habit

16. Swami was appreciated as a true scout by his

a) class teacher

b) friends

c) father

d) head master

17. Swami did not want to be a

a) bus conductor

b) engine driver

c) police

d) railway guard

18. Swami became a hero when he caught the

a) snake

b) ghost

c) tiger

d) burglar

II. Answer the following in two -three sentences (2 marks questions)

sslc english a hero lesson notes

1) Swami’s father drew his attention to a report in the newspaper. What was the report about?

Ans: The newspaper report was about the braver of a village lad who while returning home fought with a tiger. He stayed half a day on the tree till some people came and killed the tiger.

2) What was swami’s comment on the newspaper report? How did his view differ from that of his father?

Ans: Swami commented that the boy cannot kill the tiger and he must be a grown up person. But Swami’s father commented that anyone who has courage can do anything if he has courage and strength and age are not important.

3) What desperate attempts did Swami make to escape from his father?

1. He tried to change the subject by asking his father to join the cricket club.

2. He requested his father to allow him to sleep in the office room from the first of next month.

3. He went silently and pretended like sleeping beside his granny.

4. When he was following his father to office room he looked at his mother and granny.

5. He told his father that there were scorpions behind the law books in the office room.

4) Why do you think Swami looked at his granny and his mother while following his father to the office room?

Ans: Swami looked at his granny and his mother while following his father to the office room because he thought they would stop his father taking him to the office room and support him. He did not like to sleep on the office room alone.

5) As silence deepened in the room, what was Swami reminded of?

Ans: As silence deepened in the room Swami reminded the stories of devils and ghosts he had heard in his life. For example His Chum Mani had seen the devil in the banyan tree at his street end and the poor Muniswami’s father spat out blood when the devil slapped him near the river.

6) Why did Swami feel that his father’s proposition was frightful?

Ans: Swami thought his proposition was frightful. Because he always slept beside his granny in the passage, and any change in this arrangement kept him awake all the night.

7) There was absolute silence in the room, in spite of it, some noises reached Swami’s ears. What were they?

Ans: In silence in the office room Swami heard some noises -the tickling off the clock, rustling of trees, snoring sound, humming sound of vague

8) As night advanced, Swami felt that something terrible would happen to him. What would it be? How would it happen?

Ans: It would be devil. As night advanced, Swami felt that something terrible would happen to him He thought that the devils would come up to him and carry him away

9) How was Swami honored by his classmates, teacher and the headmaster?

Ans: His classmates looked at him with respect, and his teacher patted his back. The headmaster said that he was a true scout.

10) Why were congratulations showered on Swami the next day?

Ans: Congratulations were showered on Swami the next day because he had bitten deep into the notorious house breaker of the district and helped the police.

11) Why did father want Swami to sleep alone in the office room?

Ans: Father wanted Swami to sleep alone in the office room because he wanted Swami to sleep alone in the office room to show his courage. He also wanted Swami to stop sleeping beside his granny like a baby and develop courage good habit.

12) Why did Swami feel relieved at the end?

Ans: Swami felt relieved at the end because his father gave up the idea of making him sleep alone in the office room thereafter.

13) Do you think Swami really wanted to join the police? If not, what did he want to be?

Ans: Swami did not want to join the police. He wanted to be an engine driver, a railway guard, or a bus conductor later in life.

14) Why did Swami say that there were scorpions behind the law books?

Ans: Swami said that there were scorpions behind the law books because he did not like to sleep in the office room and it was just a trick to escape from his father.

IV. Answer each of the following questions in a paragraph of 8-10 sentences

1. A report about a boy in the newspaper was an unexpected event in Swami’s life. Justify.

Ans: The newspaper carried a report about a village lad who had fought bravely against a tiger, while he was returning home by the jungle path. Swami argued that a boy could not fight a tiger, it had to be a strong, grown-up person. His father disagreed saying that courage was more important. Swami was not ready to accept this. His father then challenged him to show his courage by sleeping alone in the office that night. While Swami was sleeping there, he saw a dark figure. Believing it to be the devil. Swami dug his teeth into its leg. It turned out to be a notorious burglar whose loud cry brought others to the scene. The burglar was caught and Swami became a hero over night.

2. What desperate attempts did Swami make to escape from his father?

Ans: Swami’s father challenged him to sleep alone in the office room that night. Swami was filled with fear and tried desperately to make his father change his mind. He told his father that he would sleep alone from the first of the next month. But his father did not agree. Swami then went to sleep near his granny, pulled the blanket over his face and pretended to be fast asleep. However, his father soon came there and pulled him out of bed. Swami tried to appeal to his mother and granny but not successful. Then Swami told his father that office room was dusty and scorpions were there. Swami’s father didn’t leave him but made him sleep in the office room.

3. Narrate Swami’s dreadful experience when he was lying under the bench.

Ans: Swami crept under the bench, shut his eyes light and covered himself with the blanket. Soon he fell asleep. He began to have a nightmare that a tiger was chasing him. He tried to escape. He groaned in despair. He put his hand out to feel his granny’s presence, but he touched wooden leg of the bench. He moved to the edge of the bench and thought that the devil would pull him out and tear him as it came nearer, he crawled, hugged and used his teeth on it like a mortal weapon, Swami had a dreadful experience under the bench

4. Narrate how a coward boy Swami became a hero overnight?

Ans: Swami inevitably had to sleep in the office room. He spent that tight with the fear of the devils and the nightmares. Then He saw something moving in darkness. He thought that his end had come and the devil had come to carry him away. Finally as an attempt for survival he hugged it with all his might, and used his teeth as mortal weapon on it. It was not the devil but the burglar who cried with agony and fell amidst the furniture with a bleeding ankle. The notorious house breaker of the district was arrested by the police. The police were grateful to him. His classmates looked upon him with respect, his teacher patted him and his headmaster appreciated that he was a true scout. Thus unknowingly Swami became a ‘hero’ overnight.

FAQ

1) Why did Swami feel that his father’s proposition was frightful?

Ans: Swami thought his proposition was frightful. Because he always slept beside his granny in the passage, and any change in this arrangement kept him awake all the night.

2) Why were congratulations showered on Swami the next day?

Ans: Congratulations were showered on Swami the next day because he had bitten deep into the notorious house breaker of the district and helped the police.

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