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Why do we need trees list any two reasons that grandfather gives?
We need trees to keep the desert away. To attract rain. To prevent banks of rivers being washed away. For timber.
Why did the author help his grandfather planted trees answer?
Solution. The thought of a world without trees became a sort of nightmare to the author and so he helped his Grandfather in his tree-planting with greater enthusiasm.
How does the coconut tree grow answer?
How does the coconut tree grow? Answer: The coconut tree grows up straight and tall. Question c.
What made grandfather plant saplings on the rocky island answer?
Solution. There was a mango tree on the island. So grandfather planted saplings there.
What does the tamarind tree give?
The tamarind tree is a huge tree that produces tamarind, an edible fruit with a sour and sweet taste. It is one of the primary ingredients in Indian cooking, and the tamarind is found within a shell. It gives a cool, enjoyable shade during hot summers.
Why did grandfather plant trees in forest?
Grandfather felt planting trees would help the forest because the animals and birds would find it easier to live.
What are grandfather’s views about planting trees?
Grandfather felt planting trees would help the forest because (a) he wanted to make the view beautiful.
Why did the narrator’s grandfather feel the need to plant the trees outside of his bungalow complex?
Answer: The author helped his Grandfather to plant trees because the thought of a world without trees became a sort of nightmare for him.
What does the teak tree give us?
The teak tree gives us useful wood.
Who is the poet of the poem trees Class 6?
The poem is adapted from a poem written by Sara Coleridge. Sara (1802-1852) was an English author and translator. She had written the poem "Trees" about oak, aspen, peach, willow trees etc. The same has been adapted for Indian trees.
What does the tamarind tree gives 6th standard?
Solution. The tamarind gives us pleasant shade.
Why does the author say peepul trees are great show offs?
Peepul trees are great show offs. Even when there is no breeze, their broad-chested, slim-waisted leaves will spin like tops determined to attract your attention and invite you into the shade.
Who is the author of the short story when the trees walked?
'When the Trees Walked' is a story written by Ruskin Bond. The story is about how the author's grandfather was very much interested in planting a number of trees. He teaches many lessons to the author about why trees should be planted.