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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Chapter 8 A Game of Chance

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BNCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Chapter 8 A Game of Chance

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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 English Chapter 8 A Game of Chance

The story, “A Game of Chance” mentions a boy Rasheed, who visits an Eid fair along with his Uncle. While exploring the various shops, he comes across a ‘Lucky Shop’ where the shopkeeper tempts people to try their luck and win prizes. The shopkeeper tricks Rasheed as he tries his luck and spends all his money and wins nothing more than a trifle.

Unit 8, A Game of Chance


A. Complete the following sentences from memory choosing a phrase from those given in brackets.

  1. A big fair was held at the time of the Eid festival. (A big show, A big fair, A big competition)
  2. Tradesmen came to the village with all kinds of goods to sell. (to display, to buy, to sell)
  3. Uncle told me not to buy anything while he was away. (not to buy anything, not to go anywhere, not to talk to anyone)
  4. The owner of the Lucky Shop wanted everyone present to try their luck. (to play the game, to win a prize, to try their luck)
  5. The first time I took a chance I got two pencils. (a bottle of ink, two pencils, a trifle)
  6. Uncle told me that the shopkeeper had made a fool of me. (a fool of me, a good profit, friends with many people)

B. Answer the following questions.

  1. Why do you think Rasheed’s uncle asked him not to buy anything in his absence? (3)

Ans. Rasheed’s uncle asked him not to buy anything in his absence because he knew that the shopkeepers might trick him and take away all his money.

  1. Why was the shop called ‘Lucky Shop’? (4)

Ans. The shop was called ‘Lucky Shop’ as the name would fascinate people to play the game and try their luck.

  1. An old man won a clock and sold it back to the shopkeeper. How much money did he make? (5)

Ans. The old man made 15 rupees by selling the clock back to the shopkeeper.

  1. How many prizes did the boy win? What were they? (6)

Ans. The boy won four prizes -a comb, a fountain pen, a wrist watch and a table lamp.

  1. Why was Rasheed upset? (7, 8, 9)

Ans. Rasheed wanted to try his luck at ‘The Lucky Shop’, so he played the game again and again but got a trifle each time. He continued playing until all his money was spent. People were laughing at his bad luck but no one showed any sympathy. This incident made Rasheed upset.

  1. In what way did the shopkeeper make a fool of Rasheed? (11)

Ans. Rasheed saw an old man and a boy winning costly things which tempted him to try his luck. They were actually shopkeepers’ friends who tricked him to play the game. He had hopes of winning a big prize. In order to win, he kept playing until he lost all his money. In this way, the shopkeeper made a fool of Rasheed.


  1. (i) The two teams have played three matches already. (play)

(ii) The last day’s ­play was excellent.

  1. (i) She has a lovely face. (face)

(ii) India faced/is facing a number of problems these days

  1. (i) He made his mark in essay writing. (mark)

(ii) Articles marked ‘sold’ are reserved.

  1. (i) The police are combing the area to catch the burglars. (comb)

(ii) An ordinary plastic comb costs five rupees.

  1. (i) He gave a smile in answer to my question. (smile)

(ii) We also smiled to see him smile.

  1. (i) He said he hoped to be invited to the party. (hope)

(ii) We gave up hope of his joining the party.

  1. (i) The boys put up a good athletic show. (show)

(ii) The soldiers showed great courage in saving the people from the floods.

  1. (i) You deserve a pat on the back for your good performance. (pat)

(ii) The teacher patted the child on the cheek to encourage her.

B. Notice the use of ‘there’ in the following sentences.

  • There was a big crowd at the fair.
  • There were many things I’d have liked to buy.

Now rewrite the following sentences using ‘there’ in the beginning. Look at the following examples.

  •  I can do nothing to help you.
  • There is nothing I can do to help you.
  • A man at the door is asking to see you.
  • There is a man at the door asking to see you.
  1. This park has beautiful roses.

Ans. There are beautiful roses in the park.

  1. Your story has no fun in it.

Ans. There is no fun in your story.

  1. We have no secrets between us.

Ans. There are no secrets between us.

  1. My village has two primary schools.

Ans. There are two primary schools in my village.

  1. This problem can be solved in two ways.

Ans. There are two ways to solve this problem.

C. Fill in the blanks in the paragraph below with words from the box.

       huge     big      foolish     interesting     tiny     unlucky     last

There was a big Eid fair in our village. We could buy anything from a tiny toy to a huge camel. I went to the fair on its last day with Uncle and Bhaiya. We went to the lucky shop. It was very interesting. I tried my luck but did not win any prize. Later, uncle told me that I was more foolish than unlucky.

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