Class 10 English Unit 6 Exercise [New Course 2080]

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Here, you can find all the solutions of Class 10 English Unit 6 Food & Cuisine  exercise. Plus, we’ve also provided answer to Grammar I and Writing I section.

These all solutions are based on new curriculum set by government of Nepal published on 2080 B.S.

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Class 10 English Unit 6 Food & Cuisine Exercise: Included all Questions and Answers (With Grammar I + Writing I Solution)

 Reading I: Strange Foods From Around The World

A. Match the words with their meanings.

a. ferment: to go through a chemical change

b. squid: a sea creature that has a long soft body, eight arms and two tentacles around its mouth

c. witchetty: a large whitish wood-eating larva of a beetle or moth

d. myrtle: a bush with shiny leaves, pink or white flowers and blue-black berries

e. congeal: to change from a fluid to a solid state

f. nutty: having a flavor like that of nuts


B. The idiom ‘a bridge too far’ in the text means ‘something that is too extreme’. Match the following idioms with their meanings.

a. get out of hand: to become difficult to control

b. miss the boat : to be too late to get what you want

c. break the ice-: to say or do something to make people feel comfortable

d. cry over spilt milk: to worry over past events which cannot be changed

e. look before you leap: to think about the possible bad results of an action before doing it

C. Complete the sentences below with the correct information from the text in not more than four words.

a. Sometimes even having food can give us the feeling of …….when it is like taking a risk.
Ans: Challenging yourself and winning

b. When we travel we have the chance to …….which we even do not think of eating.
Ans: have things

c. The writer became disappointed while having ……..which was really bad.
Ans: fermented horse milk

d. The writer’s impression of Japanese food is……
Ans: delicious

e. Many people think of ……….as scary ones which the Chinese turn into food.
Ans: jelly fish

f. Snails become very tasty when they are fried with……..
Ans: plenty of garlic and butter

D. Answer the following questions.

a. Why does food become a challenge for people when they travel?
Ans: Food become a challenge for people when they travel because they have to eat it though they don’t like it.

b. How is haggis prepared?
Ans: We need to take all of the parts of a sheep that no one else wants the heart, the liver and the lungs and we have to grind it up. And, mix it with mutton fat, oatmeal and spices. Then pack it in a sheep’s stomach and boil it for a few hours. In this way haggis is made.

c. When do you feel that you like shiokara?
Ans: When we are used to it with conversations with friends we feel that we like shiokara.

d. Where can people enjoy the bush food?
Ans: The people can enjoy the bush food in Australia.

e. Why does the writer find it difficult to eat larger insects?
Ans: The writer finds it difficult to eat larger insects because they require more than one bite to consume, which makes it challenging for him.

f. Name the country where snails are served as the main dish.
Ans: Snails are served as the main dish in France.

g. What kind of food is bun rieu?
Ans: The people can enjoy the bush food in Australia.

h. If you have to choose one of the foods from the list above, which one do you choose? Why?
Ans: If I have to choose one of the foods from the list above, I choose
none of them because I am vegetarian.

D. Which of the dishes mentioned in the text did you find the strangest of all? Give reasons.

For me, Shiokara, raw squid mixed with salty, fermented squid belly is the strangest food. I think it is dirtier to look at and difficult to eat as well.

Class 10 English Unit 6 Grammar I Excercise

Here, you can find Class 10 English Unit 6 grammar 1 exercise based on new curriculum set by government of Nepal on 2080:

A. Match the sentence halves in I and II to make a complete sentence.

a. I bought a raincoat and an umbrella as the monsoon started.

b. I won’t be able to get to school on time as I’m stuck in traffic.

c. The Nepali cricket team is likely to perform well in this tournament  because they have got the best coach ever.

d. The construction company has deployed more workers at the site so that they can complete the construction in time.

e. We’ve decided not to go on holiday this year in order to utilize the time for planting paddy.

f. The metropolitan city has planted trees at the side of the road to reduce traffic noise.

g. The flight had been delayed because of the bad weather.

h. We’ve put a table and chair in the spare bedroom so that Samip can get to study in private.

i. Nisha went to visit her sister since she didn’t have to go to her office yesterday.

j. We had to queue for two hours since the movie was a hit.

B. Complete the text below choosing the correct connective from the brackets.

The people at the fair were leaving because the lights were going out. The last two people in dodgem cars also left as it was getting dark. The big wheel stopped as the merry-go-round had already stopped. The stalls closed down and the stall-owners went home. At 2 a.m. four nightwatchmen walked round the funfair to see if there was anyone to be seen. ‘Tm fed up walking around,” one of them said, “What can we do as there is nothing we can do?” ‘We can sit and talk.” They were bored because there was nothing to do on that quiet warm night. “We can have a ride on the merry-go-round!” one of them cried. “That’ll be fun!” Three of them jumped on merry-go-round horses. so the fourth started the motor. Then he jumped on too and round they went. They were having the time of their lives. Suddenly they realized there was no one to stop the machine because all of them were on it. They weren’t rescued till morning, so they felt very sick indeed!

Class 10 English Unit 6 Writing I Excercise

A. We can prepare carrot pudding (gajar haluwa) using milk, carrot, sugar, cardamom powder and ghee. The steps for cooking carrot pudding are given below. But, they are not in order. Put them in the correct order.


  • Switch on the stove and melt ghee in a pan.
  • When carrot turns slightly golden brown, add milk. Cook for four more minutes.
  • Add sugar and cardamom powder after the milk dries up.
  • Cook this mixture till all milk dries up.
  • Add grated carrots and fry for about seven minutes.
  • Turn off the stove, gajar haluwa is ready to serve.

B. What is your favourite food? Write a recipe to prepare it. Mention the ingredients and the methods to cook it.

Answer: My favourite food is rice pudding.

Ingredients: (For five to seven persons)

  • 2 litres of milk
  • 250 grams of long grain rice like Basmati or any local rice
  • 150 grams of grated coconut
  • 4 tablespoons of sugar
  • Spices: cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and fenugreek

Process of making rice pudding

  • Bring the milk and rice and boil in a suitable cooker.
  • When it starts to boil, reduce the heat, stir with ladle time to time and add the grated coconut and all the spices you have made ready.
  • Let it simmer for around ten to fifteen minutes to cook the rice, then add the sugar. Keep stirring to avoid the bottom of the pan burning.
  • When the sugar has dissolved into the mixture, continue cooking for a further few minutes.
  • Now it is ready to serve. Enjoy!

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