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9th Standard English Assignment Answers 2021. Unit 1 Prose Learning the Game. 9th English Full Answer 

9th Standard English Prose Unit 1 Assignment Answers.  

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Assignment
Class:9                                           
Subject: English
Unit 1: PROSE– Learning the Game


Part - A

I. Answer the following

a) Find out the appropriate meaning for the underlined words.

1. The schedule was rigorous
 a) flexible b) easy c) severe

2. He was strict disciplinarian and did everything he could form me.
 a) lenient b) stern c) easy going
b) Find out the appropriate antonyms for the underlined words.

3. Sir, agreed
 a)allowed b) admitted c) disagreed

4. I always enjoyed the conversions about batting.
 a) hate b) like c) love

5. Write the homophone fsor the word “know”
  • no
6. Write the prefix for the word “appear”
  • disappear
7. Write the suffix for the word “sudden”
  • suddenly

Part - B

II. Short Answer. 

1. Who were Sachin‟s favourite players?
  • Sunil Gavaskar and the West Indian legend Viv Richards were Sachin’s favourite players.
2. What was coach Achrekar‟s first impression on sachin?
  • Sachin felt more at ease and started to hit the ball well. This was coach Achrekar’s first impression on Sachin.
3. Why was sachin asked to change the school?
  • Sachin’s school had no cricket facilities. So he was asked to change the school if he wanted to pursue cricket seriously.

Part - C

III.Write in detail

1. Achrekar was a sincere coach‟ substantiate
Ramakant Achrekar started playing Cricket in the year 1943 when he was eleven. His most famous student is undoubtedly Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar, India’s Highest run-scorer in both Tests and ODIs and also the current record holder for multiple records! He has been instrumental in grooming some of the country’s most renowned cricketers like Vinod Kambli, Ajit Agarkar, and Romesh Powar.

Achrekar coached young cricketers at Shivaji Park, Dadar in Mumbai. Sachin trained under him when he too was just eleven, while he was a student at the New English School, Mumbai. Later Sachin was asked to change to Shardashram Vidyamandir, Mumbai where he coached. When he was young, Tendulkar would practice for hours and hours in the nets. If he became exhausted, Achrekar would put a one-rupee-coin on the top of the stumps, and the bowler who dismissed Tendulkar would get the coin.

If Tendulkar passed the whole session without getting dismissed, the coach would give him the coin. Such a motivational reward from the coach made Tendulkar strive and survive to win the coin. Tendulkar recalled an incident when his coach told him to play for ‘B’ team of his School. Instead of batting, he preferred sitting in the gallery and cheering for his schoolmates. In the evening, when he came across Achrekar, he was asked how many runs he had scored. Taken aback, Tendulkar told him that he was clapping and cheering up. Then came a slap which shattered his myth. He realized what a mistake he had committed. Achrekar told him firmly that he was not born to just clap for others but for others to watch him and clap for him.

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