Class 2

Subject- English 1 (Workbook)

 

Complete the sentences:

 

1. I can't see anything.

He cannot see anything.

2. I can't stop.

He cannot stop.

3. I can't carry the bag.

She cannot carry the bag.

4. I can't start the car.

He cannot start the car.

5. We can't go down.

They cannot go down.

6. We can't get out.

They cannot get out.

7. I can't talk.

I cannot talk.

 

Chapter 13

Write eight questions and answers:

1. May I open the door, please?

Yes, you may.

2. May I close the door, please?

Yes, you may.

3. May I open the windows,please?

Yes, you may.

4. May I close the windows,please?

Yes, you may.

5. May I have a sweet,please?

Yes, You may.

6. May I take a new book, please?

Yes, You may.

7. May I have a new book, please?

Yes, you may.

8. May I take a sweet, please?

Yes, you may.

 

Chapter 14

What are they?

1. Mr Green is a farmer.

2. Mr Brown is a fisherman.

3. Miss White is a doctor.

4. Mr. Grey is a sailor.

5. Mr. White is a shopkeeper.

6. Miss Brown is a nurse.

7. Mr. Pink is a soldier.

8. Miss Green is a teacher.

 

 

MAINBOOK:

A. Put in am, is or are.

1. I am a doctor. I am working in a hospital.

2. I am a shopkeeper. I am working in a shop.

3. He is a fisherman. He is working in a boat.

 

4. She is a firefighter. She is putting out a fire.

5. They are sailors. They are working in a ship.

6. They are nurses. They are helping the doctor.

 

B. Put in has or have:

1. They are soldiers. They have guns.

2. She is a shopkeeper. She has a shop.

3. He is an engine driver. He has an engine.

4. They are fisherman. They have boats.

5. He is a farmer. He has a farm.

 

C. Where can you see them?

A fisherman - Boat

A gardener- Garden

A sailor- Ship

A nurse- Hospital

 

A firefighter- A Fire

A shopkeeper- Shop

Class- 2

Subject- English- 1 ( WORKBOOK)

PAGE NO: 34 (REVISION)

  1. Put in our, your or its.

  1. You are reading your book.

  2. We are writing in our books.

  3. Prem are Maya are sitting on our chairs.

  4. The dog is sitting on its tail.

  5. We are working in our classroom.

 

C . Put in any, many or a lot of:

  1. There are not any buses in our classroom.

  2. There are a lot of children in our classroom.

  3. There are not many cupboards in our classroom.

  4. There are not any trucks in our classroom.

 

WORKBOOK:

CHAPTER 8: (PAGE NO- 18)

Complete the sentences:

  1. Has he any rulers? Has he any pens?

He has some rulers but he has not any pens.

  1. Has she any apples? Has she any oranges?

She has many apples but she has not any oranges.

  1. Has he any books? Has he any rulers?

He has some books but he has not any rulers.

  1. Has she any rulers? Has she any pencils?

She has some rulers but he has not any pencils.

  1. Has she any flowers? Has she any oranges?

She has many flowers but she has not any oranges.

  1. Has he any bottles? Has he any cups?

He has some bottles but he has not any cups.

  1. Has he any shoes? Has he any socks?

He has some shoes but he has not any socks.

 

PAGE NO: 19

Complete the sentences:

  1. This doll has not any legs. It has no legs.

  2. This chair has not legs. It has no legs.

  3. This car has not any wheels. It has no wheels.

  4. This man has not any hair. He has no hair.

  5. These cats have not any tails. They have no tails.

  6. The dog has not any collar. It has no collar.

  7. These children have not any shoes. They have no shoes.

  8. These boys have not any shirt. They have no shirt.

 

PAGE NO- 20

Complete the sentences:

The man has a lot of books.

The woman has not many books.

The girl has not any books.

The boy has not any books.

 

 

The man has many glasses.

The woman has some glasses.

The girl has not any glasses.

The boy have no glasses.

 

The woman has many cups.

The man has some cups.

The girl has no t any cups.

The boy has no cups.

 

CHAPTER 9:

  1. Is there any milk? Is there any mango juice?

There is some milk but there is not any mango juice.

  1. Is there any orange juice? Is there any milk?

There is no milk but there is some orange juice.

  1. Is there any chalk? Is there any bread?

There is much chalk but there is not any bread.

  1. Is there any rice? Is there any chalk?

There is much rice there is not any chalk.

  1. Is there any bread? Is there any chalk?

There is some bread but there is not any chalk.

  1. Is there any tea? Is there mango juice?

There is some tea but there is not any mango juice.

  1. Is there any ice? Is there any milk?

There is some juice but there is not any milk.

 

PAGE NO: 22

  1. How much milk is there?

There is a lot of milk.

There is not much milk.

There is no any milk.

 

  1. How much water is there?

There is much water.

There is not much water.

There is no water.

 

  1. How much sand is there?

There is much sand.

There is no sand.

 

  1. How much smoke is there?

There is much smoke.

There is not much smoke.

There is no smoke.

Class 2

Subject- English 1

(Main book)

Page no: 18 (REVISION)

  1. Answer the questions:

  1. Is ice cold or hot?

Ice is cold.

  1. Is water wet or dry?

Water is wet.

  1. Is a horse strong or weak?

Horse is strong.

  1. Is walking easy or hard?

Walking is easy.

  1. Is a pin small or big?

Pin is small.

  1. Is a page of a book thin or thick?

It is thin.

 

 

  1. Put in IS or ARE.

  1. Ice is cold but fire is hot.

  2. Trees are big but matches are small.

  3. Horses are strong but kittens are weak.

  4. We are boys but they are girls.

  5. Collars are round but ties are not.

  6. Is a blackboard white or black?

  7. Is milk black or white?

  8. Are matches big or small?

  9. Is a year short or long?

  10. Are apples red or blue.

 

  1. Answer the questions:

  1. Are you writing with a pen or a pencil?

I am writing with a pencil.

  1. Is this the top of the page or the bottom?

This is the bottom of the page.

 

Page no: 22 (REVISION)

Choose the right word.

  1. This is prem. I am touching (him, her, it). HIM

  2. Ms Pradhan is talking. The children are listening to (him, her, it). HER

  3. Don’t open the door. Close (him, her, it). IT

  4. The boys are listening. She is talking to (they, them, him). THEM

  5. We are listening to the teacher. She is talking to (we, her, us) US

  6. I am talking to the kitten. It is listening to (me, it, us). ME

 

PAGE NO: 25

Complete the sentences.

  1. Mohan has a white shirt and prem has a white shirt, too.

  2. Maya is wearing a black dress and anu is wearing a white shirt, too.

  3. Mohan is holding a black book and Prem is holding a black book, too.

  4. Maya has a Blue basket.

  5. Mohan is wearing black shoes and Prem is wearing black shoes, too.

  6. Maya is wearing white shoes.

 

 

WORKBOOK:

CHAPTER 1 (but)

  1. The book is thick. But this book is thin.

  2. This door is open, but this door is shut.

  3. The girl is happy, but this girl is unhappy.

  4. This dog is big, but the ant is small.

  5. This boy is clean, but this boy is dirty.

  6. This writing is good, but this writing is bad.

  7. This cat is white, but this cat is black.

 

CHAPTER 2 (or)

  1. Is this a bell or a hammer?

It is not a bell. It is a hammer.

  1. It this a circle or a square?

It is not a circle. It is a square.

  1. Is this a car or a lorry?

It is not a car. It is a lorry.

  1. Is this a pen or a pencil?

It is not a pen. It is a pencil.

  1. Is this a collar or a tie?

It is not a collar. It is a tie.

  1. Is this the front of the caror the back?

It is not the back. It is the front of the car.

  1. Is this coffee or milk?

It is not coffee. It is milk.

 

PAGE NO: 11

  1. Are these cats or dogs?

They are not cats. They are dogs.

  1. Are these fingers or needles?

They are not fingers. They are needles.

  1. Are these buttons or apples?

They are not buttons. They are apples.

  1. Are these cups or glasses?

They are not glasses. They are cups.

  1. Are these eggs or bottles?

They are not bottles. They are eggs.

  1. Are these tables or desks?

They are not desks. They are tables.

  1. Are these eyes or lips?

These are not lips. They are eyes.

 

CHAPTER 3 (DON’T)

  1. Please

  2. Please don’t

  3. Please don’t

  4. Please

  5. Please don’t

  6. Please

  7. Please don’t

  8. Please

  9. Please

  10. Please don’t

 

CHAPTER 4 (ME, YOU, HIM, HER, IT, US, THEM)

Put a ring around the right word:

  1. Her

  2. Him

  3. It

  4. Us

  5. Me

  6. Them

  7. You

  8. Us

Write me, you, him, her, it, us or them:

  1. Me

  2. Us

  3. Him

  4. Her

  5. It

  6. Us

  7. Them

  8. It

  9. Us

 

CHAPTER 5 ( TOO)

  1. Prem is running and Mohan is running, too.

  2. Maya is walking and Annu is walking, too.

  3. The men are smiling and the women are smiling too.

  4. The boys are drinking milk and the girls are drinking milk too.

  5. Mohan has a green shirt and Prem has a green shirt too.

  6. Maya has white shoes and Anu has white shoes too.

  7. The teacher is drawing a flower and the children are drawing a flower too.

  8. The teacher is wearing a blue dress and Maya is wearing a blue dress too.

  9. Mr. Rao’s car is red and Mr.Das’s car is red too.

  10. Maya’s writing is good and Anu’s writing is good too.

 

CHAPTER 6 (ONE)

  1. Prem has a blue shirt and Mohan has a blue one, too.

  2. Maya has a thick book and Anu has a thick one, too.

  3. Mr. Rao has a red car and Mr. Das has a red one, too.

  4. Mrs. das has a big basket and Mrs. Rao has a big one, too.

  5. Mohan is holding a red book and Prem is holding a red one, too.

  6. Anu is holding a blue basket and Maya is holding a blue one, too.

  7. Mohan is wearing black shoes and Prem is wearing black one, too.

  8. The men are wearing white hats and women are wearing white ones, too.

  9. I have a red pencil and prem is having a red one, too.

  10. We have a big picture and they have a big one,too.