Telangana SCERT TS 6th Class English Study Material Pdf Unit 3B A Nation’s Strength Textbook Questions and Answers.
TS 6th Class English Guide Unit 3B A Nation’s Strength
Answer the following questions :
What kind of people can make a nation great and strong?
The truthful men and the men who stand for honour, the men who refuse to give up easily and the men who suffer a long time all the difficulties they face can make a nation great and strong.
What do you think the word ‘men’ refers to ?
The word ‘men’ refers to all the people living in a country.
What does ‘sleep’ mean here?
‘Sleep’ means idleness.
What does ‘fly’ mean here?
‘Fly’ means ‘escape’.
In what sense can you call, for example, Gandhiji, a pillar of the nation?
We can call Gandhiji, a pillar of our Indian nation. When the British were ruling our country, he stood against them and fought against them with his weapons of “Satyam” and “Ahimsa”. Finally, he won the independence for us. In this sense we can call him a pillar of our nation.
Visit a doctor/primary health centre/medical shop and collect the information about the common diseases and collect the information given below and present it before the class.
Name of the doctor – Dr. K.V. Reddy
Medical practitioner – Sudhakar
Medical shop keeper – Rambabu
|Common disease||Medicine to be taken||Precautions to be taken|
|1. Cold||cetrizen||should not expose to cold|
|2. Fever||paracetamol||bed rest|
|3. Headache||dolopa||don’t think too much|
|4. Stomach ache||naftol||don’t over load|
|5. Cough||codex||take more water|
|6. Indigestion||uninyam||reduce meals|
A Nation’s Strength Summary in English
The one and only power that makes a nation great and strong is the man but not the wealth. The truthful men and the men who respect honour can make a nation great and strong. The persons, who refuse to give up easily and suffer long, can make a nation great. Hardworking bravemen and dare fellows build a nation’s pillars deep and spread the fame of their country up to the sky.
stand fast : refuse to give up
dare : face difficulty
fly : run away
honour’s sake : for the purpose of respect