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Two Stories About Flying: CBSE Class 10 NCERT Solution

Jun 5, 2015 16:35 IST

    Find the CBSE Class 10th English (Language and Literature) NCERT Solution for the chapter- 3, Two Stories About Flying. It has been framed keeping the Students' perspective in mind. This will help the Students with easy and simple understanding of the concept and technique employed in solving as per the CBSE Marking Scheme.

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    Few Sample Questions from this Chapter are given below:

    Q. “I‟ll take the risk.” What is the risk? Why does the narrator take it?

    Ans. The risk was to fly through the black storm clouds. The narrator who was a pilot was decided to take the risk as he was going on holiday to meet his family and spend some good time with them. He also wanted to get home in time to enjoy a good English breakfast.

    Q. Describe the narrator‟s experience as he flew the aeroplane into the storm.

    Ans. As he flew the aeroplane into the storm, everything went black. The plane began to turn and twist in the air. The entire instrument panel was dead. The pilot could not find whether which direction to go. Suddenly, he saw another aeroplane. Its pilot waved at him, asking him to follow. He was glad to find a helper. Following that strange aeroplane, the pilot came out of the strom and reached his destination.

    Q. Why does the narrator say, “I landed and was not sorry to walk away from the old Dakota…”?

    Ans. After landing, the narrator was not sorry to walk away from the old Dakota because he had a horrific and fearsome experience flying that plane. He was happy that he had landed the plane safely. That is why he was not sorry to walk away. Instead, he wanted to know where he was and who the other pilot was.

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