NCERT Solutions Class 9 English Main Course Chapter 12 – Download PDF

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Get here NCERT Solutions Class 9 English Main Course Chapter 12. These NCERT Solutions for Class 9 of English subject includes detailed answers of all the questions in Chapter 12 – The Invisible Man provided in NCERT Book which is prescribed for Class 9 in schools.

Book: National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT)
Class: 10th Class
Subject: English
Chapter: Chapter 12 – The Invisible Man

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NCERT Solutions Class 9 English Main Course Chapter 12 – The Invisible Man

Question B.3:

Study the words given in the box below and complete the police report.

Arresting

broken

chief

committing

court

Directly

doubt

guilty

lawyer

remain

Shadows

suspicious

4 January,WednesdayAt 9.15 pm, I was driving along Belvedere Street when I noticed something moving in the (a) __________. On closer examination, I could see two rather (b) __________ looking men outside House Number 5. I felt certain these men were in the middle of (c ) __________ a crime , so I stopped my car round the corner and walked (d) __________ over to the two suspects. By this time I was in no (e) __________, that a robbery was taking place. I quietly spoke to the (f) __________ of police on my radio to inform him that two men had (g)__________ into a house and were trying to steal what looked like a television. At that moment the criminals saw me. I warned them not to move and told them I was (h) __________ them for robbery. I informed them that they could(i) __________ silent if they wished and that they could phone their __________ (j) __________ from the police station. The men said they weren’t (k) __________ and that they were just borrowing their friends TV. “You can tell that to the judge when you get to (l) __________” I said.

Answer:

At 9.15 pm, I was driving along Belvedere Street when I noticed something moving in the (a) shadows. On closer examination, I could see two rather (b) suspicious looking men outside House Number 5. I felt certain these men were in the middle of (c ) committing a crime , so I stopped my car round the corner and walked (d) directly over to the two suspects. By this time I was in no (e) doubt, that a robbery was taking place. I quietly spoke to the (f) chief of police on my radio to inform him that two men had (g) broken into a house and were trying to steal what looked like a television. At that moment the criminals saw me. I warned them not to move and told them I was (h) arresting them for robbery. I informed them that they could(i) remain silent if they wished and that they could phone their lawyer (j) from the police station. The men said they weren’t (k) guilty and that they were just borrowing their friends TV. “You can tell that to the judge when you get to (l) court. “ I said.

Question B.4:

What would you do if you become invisible? Would you use your invisibility to play tricks on people or for the good of people?

Write a short paragraph on ‘If I were invisible’

Answer:

 

A model answer has been provided for students’ reference.

It is strongly recommended that students prepare the answer on their own.

 

If I were invisible I would help people and the society. I would visit those places where the anti socials wander at large and deter them from committing any crime. I would thwart any untoward attempts of terrorists .I would visit the offices of authorities anytime to watch if they are carrying out their duties properly. If I were invisible I would visit hospitals anytime to watch if the doctors are treating the patients properly. I would visit the factories to check if anybody is practising child labour. I will use my invisibility to fight evils in the society and do good for the people.

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