1. Answer the following questions :
(a) Who has taught the poet all he knew ?
Ans. The poet keeps six honest serving men and they have him all he
(b) When does the poet give them all a rest ?
Ans. The poet lets them rest from nine till five as well as breakfast, lunch
(c) Who keeps ten million serving-men ?
Ans. A small person the poet knows, keeps ten million serving-men.
(d) Do the serving-men of the small person get any rest ?
Ans. No, the serving-men of the small person do not get any rest.
2. write the names of six serving-men. Frame questions on the following in such a way that you use each of them at least once. See that you use all six.
Ans. The names of six seving-men are: Why, Who, What, Where, When, How.
3. Form pairs or groups. select any topic from your environmental studies textbook. use the following to frame a set of questions about that topic. (Do this orally with a number of topics)
Ans. Students can select any chapter they like form Environmental studies
textbook. We have shown below using the first chapter from Environmen-
tal Studies II, chapter: “Maharashtra before Shivaji”.
(a) Which of the six serving-men do you like the most ?
Ans. I like “Why” the most, it helps me to know understand things better.
(b) Which of the six serving-men do you use the most ?
Ans. I like “How” the most, it helps me to know things better.