Class 9 English (Moments) Supplementary Reader: SEBA, TBSE answers

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Get textbook solutions, questions, answers, notes, MCQs, pdf of all the chapters of the SEBA and TBSE Class 9 English Supplementary Reader (Moments) textbook for students studying under the Assam Board. Click on the link mentioned under each chapter to get the answers to that chapter. However, the notes should be treated as references and can be changed/modified according to the needs.

SEBA, TBSE Class 9 English Supplementary Reader (Moments): The Adventures of Toto

Introduction to the chapter The Adventures of Toto: “The Adventures of Toto” is a cheerful tale about a monkey named Toto and his exploits. The author’s grandfather threw the entire family into a chaotic and humorous whirl after being rescued from a tonga owner and brought home by the author’s grandfather. Toto was then assigned to the stable with Nana the donkey, but the two never got along due to Toto’s mischievous behaviour. Toto was so fond of bathing that he nearly died when he stepped into a saucepan of boiling water.

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SEBA, TBSE Class 9 English Supplementary Reader (Moments): The Happy Prince

Introduction to the chapter The Happy Prince: A prince and a swallow join forces to help as many poor people as they can while sacrificing themselves in the story The Happy Prince. ‌During his lifetime, the prince was unaware of the suffering and misery that prevailed in his city, and his cheerful demeanour ‌earned‌ ‌him‌ ‌the‌ ‌nickname “Happy‌ Prince.” ‌His statue, however, was placed on a pedestal so he could see the sorrow that had engulfed his city after he died. ‌At‌ ‌this‌ ‌point,‌ ‌he could only‌ ‌cry.

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SEBA, TBSE Class 9 English Supplementary Reader (Moments): Weathering the Storm in Ersama

Introduction to the chapter Weathering the Storm in Ersama: Prashanth was unaware that a super cyclone was bearing down on their coastal villages while visiting a friend’s house. Prashanth and his friend’s family were forced to seek shelter on the roof due to the constant rain that contributed to the rising water levels. Prashanth returned to his village through floodwaters after the storm passed. Prashanth and his group of volunteers did everything they could in the days after the cyclone to strengthen their community and help it rebuild.

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SEBA, TBSE Class 9 English Supplementary Reader (Moments): A House is Not a Home

Introduction to the chapter A House is Not a Home: “A House is Not a Home, by Zan Gaudioso, is a memoir about her transformation from a hesitant beginner in her school to a confident young woman with a vast group of friends. It also mentions a tragedy and how it has helped her through her transformation. The author, who is already unsatisfied with her new school, sobs as she watches the flames overtake her home, knowing that her beloved cat could be trapped inside and therefore lost to her forever. To make matters worse, she is sent to school without a backpack, books, or homework the next day, dressed in her Sunday clothes and her aunt’s tennis shoes.

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