English IV

Solutions Chapter 11 – I Had a Little Pony

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Question 1:

donkey    wallop    lady    whipped    lent    lashed    mire    hire

Answer

1) Donkey: an animal with long ears used to carry goods Example sentences: 1) We have five donkeys at our house. 2) Donkeys and camels are called beast of burden.

2) Wallop: to hit hard Example sentences: 1) The policeman wallops the prisoners. 2) I gave it a wallop with stick.

3) Lady: a polite way to call a woman Example sentences: 1) I spoke to the landlady on call. 2) The lady is looking very beautiful on the stage.

4) Whipped: to beat Example sentences: 1) I saw a whipped dog on the street. 2) Harish was whipped by his father in the evening.

5) Lent: to give something to someone that would be returned back Example sentences: 1) Vivanlent a pen to me in the examination hall. 2) Mansi lent a dress to me for the party.

6) Lashed: a quick blow Example sentences: 1) The lion lashed its tail. 2) Yamini was lashed with a stick by her teacher.

7) Mire: to get stuck on a muddy ground Example sentences: 1) The mud mired our cart. 2) A heavy truck mired down in the evening.

8) Hire: to employ someone for money Example sentences: 1) They hire a car for travelling. 2) You can hire labour for this work.

Page No 94:

Question 1:

Another word for wallop is ______________. Would the child hit the donkey?

Answer

Another word for wallop is bash. No, the child would not hit the donkey.

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Question 2:

What would the child give the donkey?

Answer

The child would give some corn to the donkey.

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Question 3:

What is a pony?

Disclaimer: Kindly refer the textbook for the images.

a baby dog a baby horse a baby cat

Answer

A pony is a baby horse.

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Question 4:

What did the lady do to the pony? (a) She took care of the pony. (b) She whipped and lashed him. (c) She sold the pony.

Answer

(b) She whipped and lashed him.

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Question 5:

What did the child decide to do? (a) To lend the pony again to the lady. (b) To never lend the pony to the lady again. (c) To given the pony to the lady.

Answer

(b) To never lend the pony to the lady again

Page No 94:

Question 1:

Have you seen people beating animals? What do you think of such people?

Answer

Disclaimer: This is a sample answer. Students are advised to write the answer based on their own experiences and observations.

Yes, I have seen people beating animals. I think these people are very cruel and wicked.

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Question 2:

Do you ever tease animals? Do you think that you should be kind to them?

Answer

Disclaimer: This is a sample answer. Students are advised to write the answer based on their own experience and observation.

No, I never tease animals. Yes, we should always be kind to them.

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Question 3:

Tell your friends about some unusual pets that you have seen.

Answer

Disclaimer: This is a sample answer. Students are advised to write the answer based on their own experience and observation.

I have seen my neighbour’s pet, a Doberman. He is simply adorable. He always smiles when anyone hugs him. He has a beautiful nose.

Page No 95:

Question 1:

donkey hire hare mile mail
monkey fire fair smile snail
turkey mire mare pile pail

Answer

Disclaimer: Students are advised to practice this on their own.

donkey hire hare mile mail
monkey fire fair smile snail
turkey mire mare pile pail

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Question 1:

Stable – Where can we find a stable? _____________________________________

Name all the animals that live in a stable. ______________________________________

Make two words from ‘stable’ by removing letters from the beginning. ______________________________________

Answer

1) We can find stable in farm lands.

2) Cows, goats, pigs and horses live in a stable.

3) ‘Table’ and ‘Able’

Page No 95:

Question 1:

Write a paragraph about your pet or an animal you love. ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________

Answer

Disclaimer: This is a sample answer. Students are advised to write the answer based on their own experiences and observations.

I love to play with rabbit. They are very cute. They like eating carrots. They get easily scared. I like to call them bunny. It sits down on my hands or either jump out of my arms.

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Question 2:

Fill in the blanks with words that rhyme with.

corn _____________ no _____________ mire _____________

Answer

corn  born  no go  mire hire

Page No 96:

Question 1:

The Cruel Boy

 

The monkey is in a cage.

A boy looks at the monkey.

He gives it a sweet.

The monkey opens the paper.

There is a stone inside.

The poor monkey is sad.

Cruel boy!

Are these sentences Right (✔) or Wrong (x)?

1. The monkey is in the forest.
2. The boy gives the monkey a stone.
3. The monkey thinks it is a sweet.
4. The monkey likes sweets.
5. The monkey is sad.
– Shyamala Kumaradas

Answer

1. The monkey is in the forest. x
2. The boy gives the monkey a stone. 
3. The monkey thinks it is a sweet. 
4. The monkey likes sweets. 
5. The monkey is sad. 

Page No 93:

Question 1:

donkey    wallop    lady    whipped    lent    lashed    mire    hire

Answer

1) Donkey: an animal with long ears used to carry goods Example sentences: 1) We have five donkeys at our house. 2) Donkeys and camels are called beast of burden.

2) Wallop: to hit hard Example sentences: 1) The policeman wallops the prisoners. 2) I gave it a wallop with stick.

3) Lady: a polite way to call a woman Example sentences: 1) I spoke to the landlady on call. 2) The lady is looking very beautiful on the stage.

4) Whipped: to beat Example sentences: 1) I saw a whipped dog on the street. 2) Harish was whipped by his father in the evening.

5) Lent: to give something to someone that would be returned back Example sentences: 1) Vivanlent a pen to me in the examination hall. 2) Mansi lent a dress to me for the party.

6) Lashed: a quick blow Example sentences: 1) The lion lashed its tail. 2) Yamini was lashed with a stick by her teacher.

7) Mire: to get stuck on a muddy ground Example sentences: 1) The mud mired our cart. 2) A heavy truck mired down in the evening.

8) Hire: to employ someone for money Example sentences: 1) They hire a car for travelling. 2) You can hire labour for this work.

Page No 94:

Question 1:

Another word for wallop is ______________. Would the child hit the donkey?

Answer

Another word for wallop is bash. No, the child would not hit the donkey.

Page No 94:

Question 2:

What would the child give the donkey?

Answer

The child would give some corn to the donkey.

Page No 94:

Question 3:

What is a pony?

Disclaimer: Kindly refer the textbook for the images.

a baby dog a baby horse a baby cat

Answer

A pony is a baby horse.

Page No 94:

Question 4:

What did the lady do to the pony? (a) She took care of the pony. (b) She whipped and lashed him. (c) She sold the pony.

Answer

(b) She whipped and lashed him.

Page No 94:

Question 5:

What did the child decide to do? (a) To lend the pony again to the lady. (b) To never lend the pony to the lady again. (c) To given the pony to the lady.

Answer

(b) To never lend the pony to the lady again

Page No 94:

Question 1:

Have you seen people beating animals? What do you think of such people?

Answer

Disclaimer: This is a sample answer. Students are advised to write the answer based on their own experiences and observations.

Yes, I have seen people beating animals. I think these people are very cruel and wicked.

Page No 94:

Question 2:

Do you ever tease animals? Do you think that you should be kind to them?

Answer

Disclaimer: This is a sample answer. Students are advised to write the answer based on their own experience and observation.

No, I never tease animals. Yes, we should always be kind to them.

Page No 94:

Question 3:

Tell your friends about some unusual pets that you have seen.

Answer

Disclaimer: This is a sample answer. Students are advised to write the answer based on their own experience and observation.

I have seen my neighbour’s pet, a Doberman. He is simply adorable. He always smiles when anyone hugs him. He has a beautiful nose.

Page No 95:

Question 1:

donkey hire hare mile mail
monkey fire fair smile snail
turkey mire mare pile pail

Answer

Disclaimer: Students are advised to practice this on their own.

donkey hire hare mile mail
monkey fire fair smile snail
turkey mire mare pile pail

Page No 95:

Question 1:

Stable – Where can we find a stable? _____________________________________

Name all the animals that live in a stable. ______________________________________

Make two words from ‘stable’ by removing letters from the beginning. ______________________________________

Answer

1) We can find stable in farm lands.

2) Cows, goats, pigs and horses live in a stable.

3) ‘Table’ and ‘Able’

Page No 95:

Question 1:

Write a paragraph about your pet or an animal you love. ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________

Answer

Disclaimer: This is a sample answer. Students are advised to write the answer based on their own experiences and observations.

I love to play with rabbit. They are very cute. They like eating carrots. They get easily scared. I like to call them bunny. It sits down on my hands or either jump out of my arms.

Page No 95:

Question 2:

Fill in the blanks with words that rhyme with.

corn _____________ no _____________ mire _____________

Answer

corn  born  no go  mire hire

Page No 96:

Question 1:

The Cruel Boy

 

The monkey is in a cage.

A boy looks at the monkey.

He gives it a sweet.

The monkey opens the paper.

There is a stone inside.

The poor monkey is sad.

Cruel boy!

Are these sentences Right (✔) or Wrong (x)?

1. The monkey is in the forest.
2. The boy gives the monkey a stone.
3. The monkey thinks it is a sweet.
4. The monkey likes sweets.
5. The monkey is sad.
– Shyamala Kumaradas

Answer

1. The monkey is in the forest. x
2. The boy gives the monkey a stone. 
3. The monkey thinks it is a sweet. 
4. The monkey likes sweets. 
5. The monkey is sad. 
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