Yes, the title of the story is suitable for it. The spirit of Christmas is the theme that prevails throughout the story. The message of Christmas peace and good will to all is brought out so clearly through the story. It was on a Christmas day, in the middle of a raging war, that two warring troops made peace. The moment of peace that the soldiers shared with each other was the best Christmas present for them. Again, it was on a Christmas day that the narrator went to see Mrs. Macpherson. He went to return her husband’s letters to her. The letter was precious to her, but even more precious was her allusion that the narrator was her husband Jim, who she believed had returned as promised on a Christmas day. This was the best Christmas present in the world for her. Suitable titles could be “A Christmas wish comes true!”, “Someday at Christmas…” “The Christmas Message”.Answered by Sakshi | 2 years ago
The table below contains a list of nouns and some adjectives. Use as many adjectives as you can to describe each noun. You might come up with some funny descriptions!
circular, striped, enormous, multicoloured, round, cheerful, wild, blue, red, chubby, large, medium- sized, cold
Find these phrasal verbs in the story.
|burn out||light up||look on||run out||keep out|
Write down the sentences in which they occur, consult a dictionary and write down the meaning that you think matches the meaning of the phrasal verb in the sentence.
Underline the verbs and arrange them in two columns, Past and Earlier past.
(a) My friends set out to see the caves in the next town, but I stayed at home, because I had seen them already.
(b) When they arrived at the station, their train had left. They came back home, but by that time I had gone out to see a movie!
(c) So they sat outside and ate the lunch I had packed for them.
(d) By the time I returned, they had fallen asleep!
Fill in the blanks using the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
My little sister is very naughty. When she........(come) back from school yesterday, she had........... (tear) her dress. We......... (ask) her how it had........... (happen). She.......... (say) she........... (have, quarrel) with a boy. She........... (have, beat) him in a race and he.......... (have, try) to push her. She...........(have, tell) the teacher and so he..........(have, chase) her, and she.......... (have, fall) down and.......... (have, tear) her dress