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About the author:

Katherine Pyle (1863–1938), an American artist, poet, and children’s author was born in Wilmington, Delaware. Her first major success occurred in 1898 with The Counterpane Fairy. In the course of her career she wrote over 30 books and illustrated the works of others.

আমেরিকান শিল্পী, কবি এবং শিশু সাহিত্যিক  ক্যাথরিন পাই (১৮৬৩-১৯৩৮), ডিলাওয়ারের উইলমিংটনে জন্মগ্রহণ করেছিলেন। তাঁর প্রথম বড় সাফল্য ১৮৯৮ সালে The Counterpane Fairy- এর সাথে এসেছিল। তাঁর কর্মজীবনের তিনি ৩০ টিরও বেশি বই লিখেছিলেন এবং অন্যান্যদের অবদান চিত্রিত করেছিলেন।

How The Little Kite Learned to Fly Bengali Meaning | Lesson 6 | Class 6 English

“I never can do it”, the little kite said,

“আমি কখনই এটি করতে পারি না”, ছোটো ঘুড়িটি বলেছিল,

As he looked at the other things high over his head.

যখন  সে তার মাথার  উঁচুতে অন্যান্য জিনিসগুলির দিকে তাকাল।

“I know I should fall if I tried to fly.”

“আমি জানি উড়তে চেষ্টা করলে আমার পড়ে যাওয়া উচিত।”

“Try”, said the big kite,” only try!

“চেষ্টা কর”, বড় ঘুড়ি বলল, “শুধু চেষ্টা কর!

Or I fear you never will learn at all.”

অথবা আমার আশঙ্কা তুমি কখনই কিছু শিখবে না।”

But the little kite said: “I’m afraid I’ll fall.”

কিন্তু ছোটো ঘুড়িটি বলল: “আমি ভয় পাচ্ছি আমি পড়ে যাব” 

The big kite nodded: “Ah, well, goodbye;”

বড় ঘুড়ি মাথা নাড়াল: “আহা, ভাল, বিদায়;”

I am off.” And he rose toward their tranquil sky.

আমি চলে গেলাম। “এবং সে তাদের শান্ত আকাশের দিকে উঠল।

Then the little kite’s paper stirred at the sight.

তারপর ছোটো ঘুড়ির কাগজটি দৃষ্টিতে আন্দোলিত হল।

And trembling he shook himself free for flight

এবং ভয়ে কাঁপতে কাঁপতে ওড়ার জন্য সে নিজেকে মুক্ত করে দিলো

First whirling and frightened, then braver grown,

প্রথমে পাক খেল এবং ভয় পেল, তারপরে সাহস বেড়ে গেল,

Up, up he rose through the air alone,

বাতাসে সে একা উপরে, আরও উপরে উঠতে লাগল।

Till the big kite looking down could see

যতক্ষণ না বড় ঘুড়িটি নিচে তাকিয়ে  দেখতে পেল

The little one rising steadily.

ছোটোটি স্থিরভাবে  উপরে উঠছে।

Then how the little kite thrilled with pride,

তারপর  ছোটো ঘুড়িটি কেমন করে গর্বে শিহরিত হয়েছিল,

As he sailed with the big kite side by side!

যখন সে বড় ঘুড়িটির সঙ্গে পাশাপাশি চলছিল!

While far below he could see the ground,

সেই সময় অনেক নিচে সে মাটি দেখতে পেল,

And the boys like small spots moving round.

আর ছেলেরা ছোট ছোট দাগের মতো ছোটাছুটি করছে।

They rested high in the quiet air,

তারা শান্ত বাতাসে উঁচুতে বিশ্রাম নিল,

And only the birds and clouds were there.

এবং সেখানে শুধুমাত্র পাখি এবং মেঘ ছিল।

“Oh, how happy I am,” the little kite cried.

“ওহ, আমি কত খুশি” ছোটো ঘুড়িটি চিত্‍কার করে বলল।

“And all because I was brave and tried.”

“এবং এই সব সম্ভব হল কারণ আমি সাহসী ছিলাম এবং চেষ্টা করেছিলাম।”

How The Little Kite Learned to Fly | Questions – Answers | Lesson 6 | Class 6 English

Activity 1

Tick (√) the correct alternative:

(a) The little kite thought it could (i) run (ii) fly (iii) swim

Ans: (a) The little kite thought it could (ii) fly.

(b) The big kite told the small kite to (i) try (ii) know (iii) think

Ans: (b) The big kite told the small kite to (i) try.

(c) White flying the little kite was filled with (i) pity (ii) pride (iii) pain

Ans: (c) White flying the little kite was filled with (ii) pride

(d) The boys looked liked like small (i) dots (ii) patches (iii) spots

Ans: (d) The boys looked liked like small
(iii) spots

Activity 2

Complete the following sentences with information from the text:

(a) The big kite rose towards the ____________________________

Ans: (a) The big kite rose towards the tranquil sky.

(b) The little kite’s paper ___________________________

Ans: (b) The little kite’s paper stirred at the sight.

(c) The little kite smiled with the big kite _______________________

Ans: The little kite smiled with the big kite side by side.

(d) The little kite and the big kite ___________________________

Ans: (d) The little kite and the big kite rested high in the quiet air.

Activity 3

Answer the following question:

What made the little kite’s paper stir at sight of the traditional the tranquil sky?

Ans: The eagerness to fly like the big kite made the little kite’s paper stir at the sight of the tranquil sky.

Activity 4

Fill in the following chart with information from the text:

Ans:

CauseEffect
(a) The little kite thought that it would fall down.The kite was afraid to fly.
(b) The little kite grew braver.Up he rose through the air alone.
(c) He sailed with the big kite.The little kite was thrilled with pride.
(d) The little kite rose highly.The boys looked like small spots.

Activity 5

Answer the following questions in complete sentences :

(a) What did the big kite tell the little kite to go ?

Ans: The big kite told the little kite to try to fly.

(b) How did the little kite prepare himself for flight ?

Ans: The little kite stirred at the sight of the big flight, whirled and then grew braver. In this way the little kite prepared himself for the flight.

(c) Whom did the kites get as companions high up in the quite air ?

 Ans: High up in the quite air, the kites got birds and clouds as their companions.

(d) “Oh, how happy I am “ — Why did the little kite feel so?

Ans: The little kite felt very happy because he was able to fly high up in the air.

Activity 6(a)

Fill in the blanks with suitable articles:

(i) ___________ Nile flows through Egypt.

Ans: The Nile flows through Egypt.

(ii) Iron is __________ useful metal.

Ans: Iron is useful metal.

(iii) I waited at the station for __________ hour.

Ans: I waited at the station for half an hour.

(iv) She is ____________ European.

Ans: She is European.

Activity 6(b)

Tick [√] the appropriate form of the given verbs in brackets:

(i) No news (is/are/am) good news.

Ans: No news is good news.

(ii) Each-of the-children (has/have) arrived.

Ans: Each of the children has arrived.

(iii) The mother-and her-child (is/are/am) going to the market.

Ans:- The mother and her child are going to the market.

(iv) Esha as well as her sister (sibling) ______(is/am/are) talking part in the school sports..

Ans: Eshan as well as her sister is taking part in the school sports.

Activity 7(a)

Add a prefix or a suffix to the following words to form opposites:

learn : relearn

steadily : Unsteadily

rest : Unrest

cloud : Cloudless

happy : Unhappy

Activity 7(b)

Make meaningful sentences of your own with the following words:

tranquil :  The clouds are reflecting in the tranquil water of the pond.

frightened : The little boy looked like a frightened deer.

sailed :  The Titanic sailed over the Atlantic ocean.

brave : My little brother is very brave.

Activity 8(a)

Read the paragraph carefully and fill in the following chart with information from the passage:

Last summer, I and my friends went to Arun’s aunt’s place in the Sunderbans. They were my-friends Sumit as well as Arun and his younger brother, Barun. Sumit, Arun, and I study in class 10th and Barun is two years younger than us. We began the journey on Monday. We traveled by bus and then by boat. We stayed there for three days. We visited the bird sanctuary, We returned on Thursday evening at 7:30pm.

(a) number of peoplefour
(b) names of the peopleArun, Sumit, Barun and the writer
(c) destination Sunderbans
(d) duration of the tripsThree days
(e) vehicles usedbus and boat
(f) places visited bird sanctuary

Activity 8(b)

Now, Write a dialogue between two-sisters, Where the elder sister is encouraging the younger sister, One to read out a patriotic-poem in her school on Independence Day.

Ans:

Elder Sister: Ipsita, I heard you are going to read out a poem on Independence Day.

Younger Sister: Yes,Didi. I am going to recite a  poem.

Elder Sister: Good decision. Which poem are you going to recite?  Have you memorized the whole poem?

Younger Sister:  I am preparing the poem ‘Dui Bigha Jami’ by Rabindranath Tagore. I am trying to memorize it.

Elder Sister: No, I think you should choose a patriotic poem. I am suggesting you ‘Bidrohi’ by Kazi Nazrul Islam. It’s a great patriotic poem. Keep proper rhythm and tone during recitation. Proper pronunciation is also very important.

Younger Sister: Okay didi. Radhika Ma’am will train us for this.

Elder Sister : All the best.

Younger Sister: Thank you, Didi.

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Lesson 1 It All Began With Drip Drip
Lesson 2 The Adventurous Clown
Lesson 3 The Rainbow
Lesson 4 The Shop That Never Was
Lesson 5 Land of The Pharaohs
Lesson 6 How The Little Kite Learned to Fly
Lesson 7 The Magic Fish Bone
Lesson 8 Goodbye to The Moon
Lesson 9 I Will Go With My Father A-ploughing
Lesson 10 Smart Ice Cream
Lesson 11 The Blind Boy
Lesson 12 Rip Van Winkle

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