Q. 43.9( 47 Votes )
Read stanza 3, and then describe Macavity in two or three sentences of your own.
Macavity is a ginger coloured- tall and thin cat. His head is like a dome with sunken eye embedded below his wrinkled forhead.
He is very ferocious and clever.
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Read stanza 3, and then describe Macavity in two or three sentences of your own.NCERT English - Honeydew
Say ‘False’ or ‘True’ for each of the following statements.
(i) Macavity is not an ordinary cat.
(ii) Macavity cannot do what a fakir can easily do.
(iii) Macavity has supernatural powers.
(iv) Macavity is well-dressed, smart and bright.
(v) Macavity is a spy, a trickster and a criminal, all rolled in one.NCERT English - Honeydew
Has the poet used exaggeration for special effect? Find a few examples of it and read those lines aloud.NCERT English - Honeydew
Having read the poem, try to guess whether the poet is fond of cats. If so, why does he call Macavity a friend and monster?NCERT English - Honeydew
“A cat, I am sure, could walk on a cloud without coming through”.
Which law is Macavity breaking in the light of the comment above?NCERT English - Honeydew
Complete the following sentences.
(i) A master criminal is one who ……………… .
(ii) The Scotland Yard is baffled because …………….. .
(iii) ………………….. because Macavity moves much faser than them.NCERT English - Honeydew
Read the first stanza and think.
(i) Is Macavity a cat really?
(ii) If not, who can Macavity be?NCERT English - Honeydew