Class-5

Subject- English 2

Topic - spellings

Date:- 12.08.21

1. convinced - was very sure

2. swiftly - quickly

3. revolving - to move around in circles

4. shrieking - loud shouting and screaming

5.  forbidden - not allowed to

6. unbearable - too much to bear or take

7. unpleasantly - rudely

8. troubles - difficulties

9. without warning - suddenly

10. devoid of - without

11. paralyse - make it unable to move or feel

12. salve - an oily balm

13. simpleton - one who is easily fooled

14. back down - give up

15. discourteous - rude, mannerless

16. populous - crowded

17. tread - footsteps

18. toil - to work very hard

19. secure - safe

20. intrudes - disturbs

21. earthy - of the earth

22. solitudes - state of being alone

23. gigantic - very big

24. marvellous - amazing

25. dusk - late evening

26. enormous - very large

27. sleepy - quiet and peaceful

28. share - portion

29. twigs - small sticks

30. hatched - the eggs broke open and the babies came out

31. staggered - walk unsteadily

32. demanding - asking forcefully

33. soaring - flying high

34. aloft - in the air

35. withered - dried up

36. glancing - reflecting light

37. scudding - moving quickly in a line

38. lashing - whipping

39. surgeons - doctors who perform operations

40. moulding - shaping

41. linen - coarse cotton cloth

42. extract - remove

43. demonstrated - showed how something was done

44. sacrifices - offerings made for religious purposes

45. machinery - different kinds of machines

46. reptiles - a cold blooded animal whose body is usually covered in scales

47. gestures - movement of head or limbs to express an idea or feeling

48. suspicion - the feeling that something or someone cannot be trusted

49. tip - a sum of money given as a reward for a service

50. nettle - a kind of plant that stings

 

Homework:-

1. Learn and write in your ( Spelling) copy.

Class-5

Subject -English 2

Chapter-7

Topic- The Father of Plastic Surgery

Date:- 22.07.21

A. Complete the sentences.

1. The process of taking skin from the cheek and joining it to other parts of the body is called........

Ans:- plastic surgery.

2. Although the Susruta Samhita  was translated into many languages, it was originally written in..........

Ans:- sanskrit.

3. The students- doctors used wax shapes to learn how to................

Ans:- cut through flesh.

4. Susruta compared the art of tying up a torn- lobe to.................

Ans:- bind the broken stem of a lotus-lily.

5. People felt practising surgery on dead bodies was...............

Ans:- an evil things to do.

6. Susruta said that surgical instruments should be sharp enough to............

Ans:- split a hair in two.

B. Read the lines and answer the questions.

1. So the young doctor's thought of other ways. What did the doctors want to do? Why did they have to think of other ways?

Ans:- The student- doctors wanted to learn how to perform surgery by actually doing operations. But since people would not be willing to let the doctors practice surgery on them, they had to think of other ways.

2. The students-doctors practised first by drawing out seeds from thick jackfruit pulp... Video what were the student -doctors learning to do? What was the next step?

Ans:- The student- doctors were learning how to extract teeth. The next step was to practice by extracting teeth from the jaws of death animals.

3. 'Without practice, a surgeon with only book knowledge is like a bird that cannot fly because it has only one wing.' Who said these words? What does the speaker mean by this?

Ans:- Susruta said these words. By this,  he means that the best way to learn surgery is by actually performing operations. Without practical experience,a surgeon's knowledge will remain incomplete.

4. He was also an excellent designer of surgical instruments. Who is being spoken about? What kind of instruments did he design?

Ans:- Here, Susruta is being spoken about. He designed surgical instruments to pull out thorns and splinters as well as surgical needles. Many of these instruments resembled the mouths of various animals. They were all made of steel and were sharp enough to split hair in two.

Grammar section

A. Complete the sentences with the correct  prepositions.

1. Anila arrived ....... Cochin......  Sunday evening.

Ans:- from/on

2. The children were told to divide the sweets.......... themselves.

Ans:- among

3. Nila cannot go to play........ later this afternoon.

Ans:- until

4. Mark studied all the chapters,......... the last.

Ans:- except

5. Fazila came to school..........her notebook.

Ans:- without

Vocabulary section

A. Now change the form of the words by adding- al.

1. dentist - dental

2. medicine - medicinal

3. function- functional

4. practice- practical

5. accident - accidental

B. Complete the sentences with the correct words from A.

1. The dark, leaves, flowers and fruits of the name tree are known to have........uses.

Ans:- medicinal

2. Book knowledge is not everything. One must have........... experience as well.

Ans:- practical

3. She had a .......... surgery to have her wisdom tooth removed.

Ans:- dental

4. Many medicines that commonly available today were.......... discoveries.

Ans:- functional

5. Although she injured her fingers,they were still............

Ans:- accidental

Homework:-

1. Learn and write all the exercises in your copy.

Class-5

Subject- English 2

 Topic - In a Wood  on a Windy Day

(Poem)

Date :- 12. 07.21

A. Answer these questions.

1. Complete the sentences in your own words.

a. The branches of the bare trees are..... .

Ans:- being tossed about

b. The wind is ........... the dead leaves around.

Ans:- blowing

c. The sunlight is bouncing off the.......... .

Ans:- bouncing off the dry grass

2. Why are the clouds moving quickly across the sky?

Ans:- The clouds are moving quickly across the sky because they are being blown by the wind.

3. And hear the wild roar of their thunder to - day. Whose 'wild roar' does the speaker want to hear?

Ans:-  The speaker wants to hear the wild roar of the waves in the ocean.

 

Homework:-

1. Learn and write the exercise in your copy.

Class- 5

Subject - English 2

Chapter - 6

Topic - The Letter Box

Date:- 01.07.21

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Comprehension

A. Answer these questions.

1. Why did the birds come to the orchard in spring?

Ans:- The birds came to the orchard in spring to build their nests and feast on the various fruits that grew there.

2. Where did the birds like to build their nests?

Ans:- The birds liked to build their nests in the hollows of trees,holes in the walls and in the space between the rafters of the roof.

3. Why did the priest lock up the letter box for three weeks?

Ans:- The priest locked up the letter box for three weeks because a pair of sparrows was building their nest there and he did not want them to be disturbed.

4. Why did the Archbishop want to send the priest away from santa?

Ans:- The Archbishop wanted to send the priest away from Santa because he felt that the priest was too old.

5. What happened to the letter that was sent to the priest?

Ans:- The letter remained unopened in the letterbox until the sparrow family flew away.

B. Read these lines and answer the questions.

1. 'You will not believe what they are doing!' She cried. Who is the speaker talking about? What were thet doing?

Ans:- The speaker is talking about a pair of sparrows who were building their nest inside the priest's letter box.

2. 'All right, I will make sure that no one disturbs you. 'Who said these words to whom? Why did he say these words?

Ans:- The priest said these words to the sparrows because he wanted to make sure that the birds felt safe enough to raise their family inside the letter box. Therefore,he decided that they would remain undisturbed.

3. 'He had the heart of a child that had never grown old.' Who is the writer talking about? What does the writer mean by this?

Ans:- The writer is talking about the priest. Through this sentence, the writer means that just a little child, the priest too,had a pure heart which took great joy in little things and could be easily delighted.

4. 'I will set him a test to find out if he is too old.' Who said these words? What was the test?

Ans:- These words were said by the Archbishop. He decided to send a letter to the priest of Santa asking him to come and see him in three days. If the priest came,then he would be allowed to stay on in Santa. Otherwise,he would have to leave.

5. A tear come to his eye. Who is the writer talking about? Why did a year come to his eye?

Ans:- The writer is talking about the priest who was sad because he didn't see the Archbishop in time and now, he would have to leave his beloved Santa.

 

Grammar

A. Underline the conjunctions in the sentences.

1. Bring a notebook and a pen to class.

Ans:- and

2. I want a pink or a blue saree.

Ans:- or

3. Once you finish reading the book, give it to Raj.

Ans:- Once

4. They took him to the club because he loves the food there.

Ans:- because

5. Before you come in, please wipe your shoes on the mat.

Ans:- Before

 

B. Complete the sentences with the correct conjunctions.

[ If, yet, rather...than, but, because, and ]

1. Is your mother home ........... ?

Ans:- yet

2. We won't be going to school tomorrow ................it is a holiday.

Ans:- because

3. I would............ study history........... science.

Ans:- rather / than

4. He wanted to walk further,...........was stopped by the guards.

Ans:- but

5. ......... you make a mistake, then own up to it ............. apologise.

Ans:- If/and

Match the words in the column A with column B.

Column A          column B

1. thundering (a) esteem

2. deep           (b) traffic

3. high            (c) process

4. strong        (d) sleep

5. heavy         (e) feeling

6. make rapid   (f) clouds

Ans:-

1. thundering -> (f) clouds

2. deep ->(d) sleep

3. high ->(a) esteem

4. strong->(e) feeling

5. heavy ->(b) traffic

6. make rapid ->(c) progress

 

Homework:-

1. Learn and write all the exercises in your copy.

Class- 5

Subject - English 2

Chapter - 6

Topic - The Letter Box

Date 28.06.21

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Comprehension

A. Answer these questions.

1. Why did the birds come to the orchard in spring?

Ans:- The birds came to the orchard in spring to build their nests and feast on the various fruits that grew there.

2. Where did the birds like to build their nests?

Ans:- The birds liked to build their nests in the hollows of trees,holes in the walls and in the space between the rafters of the roof.

3. Why did the priest lock up the letter box for three weeks?

Ans:- The priest locked up the letter box for three weeks because a pair of sparrows was building their nest there and he did not want them to be disturbed.

4. Why did the Archbishop want to send the priest away from santa?

Ans:- The Archbishop wanted to send the priest away from Santa because he felt that the priest was too old.

5. What happened to the letter that was sent to the priest?

Ans:- The letter remained unopened in the letterbox until the sparrow family flew away.

B. Read these lines and answer the questions.

1. 'You will not believe what they are doing!' She cried. Who is the speaker talking about? What were thet doing?

Ans:- The speaker is talking about a pair of sparrows who were building their nest inside the priest's letter box.

2. 'All right, I will make sure that no one disturbs you. 'Who said these words to whom? Why did he say these words?

Ans:- The priest said these words to the sparrows because he wanted to make sure that the birds felt safe enough to raise their family inside the letter box. Therefore,he decided that they would remain undisturbed.

3. 'He had the heart of a child that had never grown old.' Who is the writer talking about? What does the writer mean by this?

Ans:- The writer is talking about the priest. Through this sentence, the writer means that just a little child, the priest too,had a pure heart which took great joy in little things and could be easily delighted.

4. 'I will set him a test to find out if he is too old.' Who said these words? What was the test?

Ans:- These words were said by the Archbishop. He decided to send a letter to the priest of Santa asking him to come and see him in three days. If the priest came,then he would be allowed to stay on in Santa. Otherwise,he would have to leave.

5. A tear come to his eye. Who is the writer talking about? Why did a year come to his eye?

Ans:- The writer is talking about the priest who was sad because he didn't see the Archbishop in time and now, he would have to leave his beloved Santa.

 

Grammar

A. Underline the conjunctions in the sentences.

1. Bring a notebook and a pen to class.

Ans:- and

2. I want a pink or a blue saree.

Ans:- or

3. Once you finish reading the book, give it to Raj.

Ans:- Once

4. They took him to the club because he loves the food there.

Ans:- because

5. Before you come in, please wipe your shoes on the mat.

Ans:- Before

 

B. Complete the sentences with the correct conjunctions.

[ If, yet, rather...than, but, because, and ]

1. Is your mother home ........... ?

Ans:- yet

2. We won't be going to school tomorrow ................it is a holiday.

Ans:- because

3. I would............ study history........... science.

Ans:- rather / than

4. He wanted to walk further,...........was stopped by the guards.

Ans:- but

5. ......... you make a mistake, then own up to it ............. apologise.

Ans:- If/and

Match the words in the column A with column B.

Column A          column B

1. thundering (a) esteem

2. deep           (b) traffic

3. high            (c) process

4. strong        (d) sleep

5. heavy         (e) feeling

6. make rapid   (f) clouds

Ans:- 1.f, 2.d, 3.a, 4.e, 5.b, 6.c

Homework

1. Learn and write all the exercises in your copy.

Class -5

Subject - English 2

Chapter -5

Topic - The Capturing of the Iron Man

Date:-10.05.21

Exercises

A. Answer these questions.

1. Where did Hogarth see the Iron Man for the first time? What did he look like?

Ans:- Hogarth saw the Iron Man at the top of a cliff. The Iron Man was a large, black figure who was made of metal. He was taller than a house and had eyes that looked like large green headlamps.

2. Why were the farmers angry?

Ans:- The farmers were angry because all their metal machinery like their tractors, earth diggers, ploughs and harrows had all disappeared.

3. Why couldn't they call the police or army for help?

Ans:- They couldn't call the police or the army for help because nobody would believe that an Iron monster had eaten their machinery.

4. How did the villagers set a trap for the Iron Man?

Ans:- The farmers dug a very deep, wide hole at the bottom of the hill where the Iron Man was seen. They covered this hole with layers of branches, straw and soil so that it looked like a freshly ploughed field. Then, they placed an old rusty red lorry on the hole. They hoped that the Iron Man would come down to eat the lorry and then,fall into the hole. Once he had fallen in, they would bury the Iron Man in the hole.

5. Why did Hogarth make the clinking noise?

Ans:- Hogarth made the clinking noise to get the attention of the Iron Man and lead him to the trap.

B. Read the lines and answer the questions.

1. There was a clue. What was the clue? What did it tell them?

Ans:- The clue was the set of giant footprints in the fields where the machinery was missing.It told them that the Iron Man had eaten their machinery.

2. They were certain now that they would get him. Who was certain about getting whom? How were they certain?

Ans:- The farmers and villagers were certain that they would finally trap the Iron Man. They had just dug a deep hole and placed a bait for him and so, they were sure that he would soon be caught.

3. Hogarth, wondering what the foxhad seen, also looked up. Who did Hogarth and the fox see? What was he doing?

Ans:- Hogarth and the fox looked up to see the Iron Man. The Iron Man was pulling out the barbed wire fence on the hill and eating it.

4. His idea frightened him. What was the idea? Why was it frightening?

Ans:- Hogarth thought of an idea to trap the Iron Man. From his pocket,he removed a long nail and knife. He tapped them together to make a clinking sound to get the attention of the Iron Man and lead him to the trap. The idea was frightening because Hogarth was a small boy and it could have been dangerous for him to try and trap the Iron Man,all by himself.

5. The Iron Man vanished. Where did the Iron Man vanished? What did Hogarth do after this?

Ans:- The Iron Man vanished into the trap. After this, Hogarth ran through village and announced to everyone that the Iron Man had been trapped.

 

 

Homework

1. Learn and write the exercise in your copy.

Class- 5

Subject- English 2

Chapter- poem

Topic - Under Ground

Date:- 03.05.21

Exercise

A. Answer this questions.

1. Name some living creatures that are found underground.

Ans:- Some creatures that live underground are rabbits, moles,ants,worms and mice.

2. To make their populous empires grow.

a. What does the speaker mean by populous empires.

Ans:- By populous empires,the poet is referring to crowded colonies of ants that live underground.

b. Who is building the empires?

Ans:- These empires are being built by ants.

3. Who does the speaker think will stop their work? Why will they stop?

Ans:- The poet thinks the ants may stop their work. They will stop to hear the sound of footsteps of the poet when he walks overhead.

4. Whom do the fork and spade disturb? What have they been doing?

Ans:- The fork and the spade may disturb animals like frogs and mice. During winter when animals bury themselves underground and sleep through the cold months.

5. Why does the speaker call the underground as ' the country of the dead'?

Ans:- The poet calls the underground 'the country of the dead' because he is referring the dead people who are buried underground.

 

Homework

1. Learn and write the exercise in your copy.

Class-5

Subject - English 2

Chapter- 4

Topic- Don Quixote and the Windmills

Date :- 26.04.21

Exercise

A. Choose the correct answer.

1. Don Quixote wanted Sancho Panza to accompany him as his

Ans:- (b) squire.

2. Don Quixote promised Sancho Panza that he would reward him with

Ans:- (c) an island.

3. Sancho Panza was different from other squires because

Ans:- (a) he rode a donkey.

4. When Sancho Panza told his master that he was mistaking the windmills for giants, Don Quixote

Ans:- (b) attacked the windmills.

5. In the end, Quixote believed that

Ans:- (a) magicians had turned the giants into windmills.

B. Read the lines and answer the questions.

1. 'If Your Honour will promise me this, I'll gladly serve you.' What was promised to the speaker and by whom? Why was this promise made?

Ans:- Don Quixote promised to give Sancho Panza an island in order to try and convince him to be his squire.

2. 'Look over there, my friend!' Who said these words to whom? What was the speaker pointing at? Did he call them by their correct name?

Ans:- Don Quixote said these words to Sancho Panza while pointing at some windmills. No, Don Quixote did not call the windmills by their correct name.

 

3. 'It is quite clear to me that you know nothing about adventure.' To whom were these words spoken? Why does the speaker say  these words?

Ans:- These words were spoken to Sancho Panza. Sancho Panza tried to make Don Quixote understand that the windmills were not giants. This is why Don Quixote said that he did not understand adventure.

4. 'Do not run away from me cowards.' Who said these words? Who or what was he threatening? What happened after this?

Ans:-  These words were spoken by Do Quixote, when he threatened the windmills which he thought were giants. Don Quixote charged at the windmills and thrust his lance into one of the them. The rotating sails broke his lance into pieces and he fell of his horse.

 

Rewrite these sentences with the adverb in the correct places.

1. Ans:- The kitten mewed sadly when she realised she was lost.

2.Ans:- You have to work extremely hard to pass this exam.

3. Ans:- The fox cleverly escaped being caught by walking around the trap.

4. Ans:- You cannot always cheat him like this.

5. Ans:- As soon as he saw his mother, Javed quickly opened his textbooks.

6. Ans:- After she fell violently ill, we have been visiting her every week.

7. Ans:- When it is quiet enough, you can hear the birds chirping merrily.

8. Ans:- Even thought they couldn't see a tiger on the safari, the children returned cheerfully.

9. Ans:- She couldn't hear you clearly as she is hard of hearing.

 

Using the prefix dis-, from antonyms for these words.

Ans:- 1. disadvantage

2. disobey

3. dislike

4. disbelief

5. disappear

6. disagree

7. disqualify

8. discontinue

B. Complete the sentences with the correct words from exercise A.

Ans:- 1. discontinued

2. disbelief

3. disobeyed

4. disqualified

5. disappeared

6. disliked

7. disadvantage

8. disagreed

 

Spelling

Ans:- 1. decide

2. wealthy

3. weird

4. wizard

Homework:-

1. Learn and write all the exercises in your copy.        

Class-5

Subject - English 2

Chapter- 3

Topic - Native Wisdom

Date 19.04.21

A. Answer these questions.

1. Who was Leon? What did he do for a living?

Ans:- Leon was a poor South American hunter. He earned a living working as a guide for tourists who came to see wildlife in the Amazon rainforest.

2. According to the story, what do you have to do if you want to see the Amazon rainforest?

Ans:- According to the story,if you want to see wildlife in an Amazon rainforest you must walk the small narrow trails made by animals like tapirs and peccaries.

3. Why did Leon take his shoes off? How did the tourist react?

Ans:- Leon took his shoes off because he could see where he was going and what he was stepping on and so,  felt that he did not have to wear shoes. The tourist was surprised to see Leon do this and thought it was stupid of him to do so.

4. Where did Leon take the tourist? Describe the things they saw there.

Ans:- Leon took the tourist inside the  rainforest, along a small trail which took them to river bank. While walking through dark, dam vegetation, they saw a hummingbird a boa constrictor as well as dangerous plants like nettles.

5. Why did the stingray attack the tourist?

Ans:- As the tourist was walking barefoot in the water, he couldn't see what was beneath his feet and so he stepped on the stingray. Therefore, it attacked him.

 

B. Read the lines and answer the questions.

1. '..... So what does your rainforest have that is worth seeing, eh? Who said this words to whom? Why did he say this?

Ans:- The tourist said these words to Leon  because he believed that forests were useful only if they get timber and other things which could be sold for a good sum of money. He did not appreciate forest for the richness of plants and animal life that could be found there.

2. 'Not by our friends.' Who said these words to whom and why?

Ans:- Leon said these words to the tourist because he called him 'Buckman,' which is an insulting way to refer to a forest dweller.

3. 'Man, this takes the cake!' Who said these words to whom? What happened after this?

Ans:- The tourist said these words to Leon. While they were crossing the stream the tourist,who had taken off his shoes, suddenly screamed in pain. He was crossing barefoot and didn't see a stingray  hidden in the water bed. It stung him when he stepped on it.

4. 'Where the eye can't see, is where people need shoes.' Who was the speaker? Why did he say these words?

Ans:- Leon said these words to the tourist. The tourist thought Leon was stupid for removing his shoes on land and wearing them while crossing the stream. Therefore, Leon wanted to make the tourist realise that he had a sensible reason for wearing his shoes while crossing the stream.

A. Complete these sentences with the correct words from the box.

1. It is a bold robin; see how it suns ..... wings in the yard.

Ans:- it's

2. Keep.......books and pencil box inside the cupboard or else you will lose them.

Ans:- your

3. When Rohit's parents go out of town, he stays with ........grandparents.

Ans:- his

4. This is..... book. I cannot give it to you.

Ans:- her

5. After we have finished playing, John and I will go back to......houses.

Ans:- our

 

Homework

1. Learn and write the Exercise in your copy.

Class- 5

Subject - English 2

Topic - Snow (poem)

Date :- 12.04.21

Introduction

The speaker has never seen snow before and imagines what it is like when it snows. He hopes that it will snow one night so that he can wake up to a lovely sunrise. He then tells us how he plans to enjoy himself in the snow.

Exercise

A. Answer these questions.

1. What does the speaker know about snow? Has he seen it before?

Ans:- The speaker knows that snow falls softly and is white. No, he has never seen it before.

2. What is this without wearing, Falling and white?

a. What is the speaker talking about in these lines?

Ans:- The speaker is talking about the possibility of waking up one day to find out that it has suddenly snowed through the night.

b. What will fall without wearing? Do you think the speaker likes the fact that it will fall without warning?

Ans:- Snow will fall without warning. Yes, the speaker likes the fact that snow will fall without warning and seems to hope that one day, he will be pleasently surprised by the sight of fresh fallen snow when he wakes up.

3. What does the speaker wish to see when you opens the door?

Ans:- When the poet opens the door, he wishes to see carpet of freshly fallen snow lying on the ground.

4. How I'll roll in the stuff!

    How I'll tumble and spin!

a. What is the 'stuff' the speaker is talking about?

Ans:- The stuff that the poet is talking about is snow.

b. What does he plan to do in it?

Ans:- He plans to play in the snow by tumbling and spinning in it.

 

Homework

1. Learn and write all the exercises in your copy.

Class-5

Subject- English 2

Chapter-2

Topic- Pandora and the Hope Fairy

Date : 08.04.21

Comprehension

1. Pandora did not want to open the lid because........... .

Ans:- she thought that the box contained more evils which would sting her again

2. When.......... , Pandora's pain disappeared.

Ans:- the Hope fairy touched her wounds with her wing

3. Hope said that......... , it was still possible to have fun.

Ans:- in spite of trouble

4. The fairy promised that all her hopes would be........... , and made of .......... and........... , just like the rainbow.

Ans:- beautiful, smiles,tears

B. Answer these questions.

1. She was crying bitterly,her head resting against the box. Who was'she'? Why was she crying bitterly?

Ans:- She was Pandora. She was crying bitterly because she had been badly stung and was in terrible pain.

2. 'You mean those ugly monsters with stings in their tails?' What were those ugly monsters? What did they do?

Ans:- Those ugly monsters were evils like pain, death and greed, which escaped from the box and stung Pandora.

3. A look at her was worth all the troubles in the world! Who was worth looking at? Why was she shut up in the box with all the troubles?

Ans:- Hope was the one who was worth looking at. She was shut up in the box with all the troubles to give people hope in their difficult times.

4. ' Troubles would have got into the world anyway.' Who said these words to whom? How would troubles have entered the world anyway?

Ans:- Hope said these words to Pandora. Troubles would have got into the world anyway because if Pandora hadn't open the box, someone else would have.

Grammar

A. Rewrite the words with contractions.

1. must not - mustn't

2. I cannot -   can't

3. she will- she'll

4. he has- he'as

5. they are- they're

B. Write the full form of the contractions in these sentences.

1. Ans:- should not

2. Ans:- they have

3. Ans:- Rita is

4. Ans:- I am

5. Ans:- will not

Complete the sentences with the correct words from the table.

1.Ans:- than

2. Ans:- all together

3. Ans:- lose

4. Ans:- then

5. Ans:- altogether

6. Ans:- omit

7. Ans:- loose

8. Ans:- quiet

9. Ans:- quite

10. Ans:- emit

 

Homework

1. Learn and write the Exercise in your copy.

Class - 5

Subject - English 2

Chapter-1

Topic - A Chameleon Named Henry

Date :- 25.03.21

A. Write true  or false .

1. Grandfather saved Henry from being attacked by men with sticks and stones.

Ans:- True

2. Henry used his tongue to catch insects swiftly.

Ans:- True

3. Grandmother placed Henry in the basket of papayas.

Ans:- False

4. The children were very calm when Henry entered the classroom.

Ans:- False

5. Henry returned to Grandfather's garden on his own.

Ans:- True

B. Read these lines and answer the questions.

1. ...and that was how he came to live with us. Who was 'he'? Why did he come to live with the speaker?

Ans:- He was Henry. Henry was saved by Grandfather from a group of people and brought home.

2. This always made him very angry. Who made whom angry? What did this person do to make him angry?

Ans:- The speaker made Henry very angry. He tickled Henry to make angry.

3. Mrs Ghosh screamed. Who was Mrs Ghosh? Why did she scream?

Ans:- Mrs Ghosh was the principal of the nursery school. She was frightened of Chameleon.

4. Henry was terrified. Why was Henry terrified? What happened after that?

Ans:- Henry was terrified because Mrs Ghosh screamed. After that Henry went one of the classroom and from there went out of a window and disappeared into the garden.

Complete these sentences using the correct words.

motionless, priceless, helpless, restless

sleepless, heartless, careless, useless

1. The snake lay ______to catch its prey.

Ans:- motionless

2. Ans:- heartless

3. Ans:- restless

4. Ans:- useless

5. Ans:- priceless

6. Ans:- careless

7. Ans:- helpless

8. Ans:-  sleepless

 

Homework

1. Learn and write all the exercises in your copy.