NCERT Solutions for Class 7th: Ch 6 Expert Detectives Honeycomb
Nishad gave a bar of chocolate to Mr. Naphtha because he thought that Mr. Nath was poor and starving.
The monsoon broke and flooded the streets with a heavy downpour. Therefore, no traffic could move through the flooded roads so Nishad and Maya got an unexpected holiday.
She said that the Sunday visitor must be his accomplice in crime and he came every now and then to give part of it to his partner.
He argued with Maya that he can't be a bad man if he gave Ramesh such generous tips.
(ii) the tip of your nose - the pointed end of your nose
(iii) tip the water out of the bucket - empty a bucket tilting
(iv) have something on the tip of your tongue - be about to say something
(v) tip the bot over - make the boat overturn
(vi) tip him a rupee - give a rupee to him, to thank him
(vii) the tip of the bat - the end of the bat
(viii) the police were tipped of - the police were told, or warned
(ix) if you take my tip - if you take this advice
(x) the bat tipped the ball - the bat lightly touched the ball
(ii) my companion on the journey
(iii) I'm mother's little helper
(iv) a faithful companion such as a dog
(v) the thief's accomplice
(vi) find a good helper
(vii) tennis/golf/bridge partner
(viii) his accomplice in his criminal activities
(ii) daybreak – the beginning of daylight
(iii) His voice is beginning to break – changing as he grows up
(iv) Her voice broke and she cried – could not speak; was too sad to speak