English IV

Solutions Chapter 19 – The Naughty Boy

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Question 1:

naughty    found    ground    merry    cherry     weighty     wooden

Answer

1) Naughty: disobedient Example sentences: 1) My brother has been a naughty boy since childhood. 2) Harsh becomes a naughty kid in canteen.

2) Found: to discover Example sentences: 1) I found a book on the table. 2) Tanu found the necklace under the drawer.

3) Ground: the solid surface of the earth Example sentences: 1) Faizal touched the ground with his hands. 2) Jai was sitting on the ground in the heat.

4) Merry: cheerful and lively Example sentences: 1) The kids were singing merry songs. 2) I felt merry after talking to my mother.

5) Cherry: a small dark red fruit Example sentences: 1) I ate a bowl of cherries in breakfast. 2) Cherry is my favourite fruit.

6) Weighty: having a great weight Example sentences: 1) I got a weighty package from my father. 2) Yamini is a weighty girl.

7) Wooden: made of wood Example sentences: 1) Raj was sitting on the wooden bench. 2) The bird was sitting on a wooden box.

Page No 166:

Question 1:

From where did the naughty boy come?

Answer

The naught boy came from England.

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Question 2:

Where did the naughty boy go?

Answer

The naughty boy went to Scotland.

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Question 3:

Why did he go there?

Answer

He went there to see its people.

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Question 4:

What did the boy wonder about?

Answer

The boy wonders about the hard ground and long yards of Scotland. He was also amazed to see the red cherries and heavy lead.

Page No 166:

Question 1:

Listen to these instructions and follow them

(a) naughty walk forward (b) naughty walk backwards
(c) fall down (d) do a funny trick
(e) walk on tiptoes (f) drag your feet
(g) spin around (h) jump like a horse
(i) walk with your shoes (j) shuffle your feet

Answer

Disclaimer: This is a fun activity to be done in group with your friends in the classroom.

Page No 166:

Question 1:

What do you think the naughty boy would see in India?

Answer

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

The naught boy would be amazed to see the monuments and temples in India.

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Question 2:

Have you been to another place recently? What is it like? How is it different from your own place?

Answer

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

Yes, I have been to Kerela last month. It is a beautiful place. As compared to my city, the climate of Kerela is very pleasant. It has wonderful beaches.

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Question 3:

All cultures have their own folk songs in which each line is repeated. This line is sung in a chorus. Sing a folk song in your own language.

Answer

Disclaimer: The answer to this question may vary according to the mother tongue of the student.

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Question 1:

Naughty is a describing word. Can you find more describing words in this maze?

Answer

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Question 2:

Now write these words here − (a) The peacock is a _____________ bird. (b) Pinocchio is a _____________ puppet. (c) I saw an _____________ quarrel. (d) Morning exercises make you ______________ . (e) A glass of milk makes your teeth ___________ . (f) Rita’s ___________ behaviour annoyed me. (g) Rahul does not eat green vegetables, therefore his eyesight is _________________.

Answer

(a) The peacock is a national  bird. (b) Pinocchio is a wooden puppet. (c) I saw an ugly quarrel. (d) Morning exercises make you healthy. (e) A glass of milk makes your teeth strong . (f) Rita’s rude behaviour annoyed me. (g) Rahul does not eat green vegetables, therefore his eyesight is weak.

Page No 168:

Question 1:

Can you write six things that are made of wood?

______________ ______________ ______________
______________ ______________ ______________

Answer

_Table Door Ladder
_Chair       Window   Boat

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Question 2:

Look at the words given below and put them under the things that they are made of –

balloon chair table eraser shirt
pencil toys Car trousers knife
scissors cap

Disclaimer: Kindly refer the textbook for the images.

metal wood rubber cloth
___________ ___________ ___________ ___________
___________ ___________ ___________ ___________
___________ ___________ ___________ ___________

Answer

metal wood rubber cloth
Car Table Balloon Shirt
Scissors Toys Eraser  Trousers
Pencil
Knife Chair _________ Cap

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Question 3:

Who do you think is the naughtiest child in your class? Describe her/him in five lines. _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________

Answer

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

My best friend, Sameer is the naughtiest child in my class. He always disturbs the teacher in the class when she teaches us. He asks stupid questions in the middle of the class. He teases his friends by calling them with different names. He comes very late in the class. He never brings his lunch box.

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Question 1:

hard yard long song red lead
weighty eighty found ground

Answer

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

hard yard long song red lead
weighty eighty found ground

Page No 169:

Question 1:

Let’s make a mosaic hat for your clown

You need

• Mirrors/beads of different size and shapes • Fevicol/glue/gum • A piece of cardboard • Sketch pens

Method

• Take a piece of old cardboard • Draw a colourful pattern on it • Take glue/gum and apply it on the surface and stick beads/mirrors/ pulses on it • Fold it into a cone • Your lovely Mosaic Hat is now ready. • your clown.

Which country does your clown belong to? Now complete the table below –

Nation Nationality
India Indian
Scotland ______________
Australia ______________
France ______________
Japan ______________

Answer

Disclaimer: This is a creative activity to be done along with your friends in the classroom.

Nation Nationality
India Indian
Scotland Scottish
Australia Australian
France French
Japan Japanese

Page No 165:

Question 1:

naughty    found    ground    merry    cherry     weighty     wooden

Answer

1) Naughty: disobedient Example sentences: 1) My brother has been a naughty boy since childhood. 2) Harsh becomes a naughty kid in canteen.

2) Found: to discover Example sentences: 1) I found a book on the table. 2) Tanu found the necklace under the drawer.

3) Ground: the solid surface of the earth Example sentences: 1) Faizal touched the ground with his hands. 2) Jai was sitting on the ground in the heat.

4) Merry: cheerful and lively Example sentences: 1) The kids were singing merry songs. 2) I felt merry after talking to my mother.

5) Cherry: a small dark red fruit Example sentences: 1) I ate a bowl of cherries in breakfast. 2) Cherry is my favourite fruit.

6) Weighty: having a great weight Example sentences: 1) I got a weighty package from my father. 2) Yamini is a weighty girl.

7) Wooden: made of wood Example sentences: 1) Raj was sitting on the wooden bench. 2) The bird was sitting on a wooden box.

Page No 166:

Question 1:

From where did the naughty boy come?

Answer

The naught boy came from England.

Page No 166:

Question 2:

Where did the naughty boy go?

Answer

The naughty boy went to Scotland.

Page No 166:

Question 3:

Why did he go there?

Answer

He went there to see its people.

Page No 166:

Question 4:

What did the boy wonder about?

Answer

The boy wonders about the hard ground and long yards of Scotland. He was also amazed to see the red cherries and heavy lead.

Page No 166:

Question 1:

Listen to these instructions and follow them

(a) naughty walk forward (b) naughty walk backwards
(c) fall down (d) do a funny trick
(e) walk on tiptoes (f) drag your feet
(g) spin around (h) jump like a horse
(i) walk with your shoes (j) shuffle your feet

Answer

Disclaimer: This is a fun activity to be done in group with your friends in the classroom.

Page No 166:

Question 1:

What do you think the naughty boy would see in India?

Answer

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

The naught boy would be amazed to see the monuments and temples in India.

Page No 166:

Question 2:

Have you been to another place recently? What is it like? How is it different from your own place?

Answer

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

Yes, I have been to Kerela last month. It is a beautiful place. As compared to my city, the climate of Kerela is very pleasant. It has wonderful beaches.

Page No 166:

Question 3:

All cultures have their own folk songs in which each line is repeated. This line is sung in a chorus. Sing a folk song in your own language.

Answer

Disclaimer: The answer to this question may vary according to the mother tongue of the student.

Page No 167:

Question 1:

Naughty is a describing word. Can you find more describing words in this maze?

Answer

Page No 167:

Question 2:

Now write these words here − (a) The peacock is a _____________ bird. (b) Pinocchio is a _____________ puppet. (c) I saw an _____________ quarrel. (d) Morning exercises make you ______________ . (e) A glass of milk makes your teeth ___________ . (f) Rita’s ___________ behaviour annoyed me. (g) Rahul does not eat green vegetables, therefore his eyesight is _________________.

Answer

(a) The peacock is a national  bird. (b) Pinocchio is a wooden puppet. (c) I saw an ugly quarrel. (d) Morning exercises make you healthy. (e) A glass of milk makes your teeth strong . (f) Rita’s rude behaviour annoyed me. (g) Rahul does not eat green vegetables, therefore his eyesight is weak.

Page No 168:

Question 1:

Can you write six things that are made of wood?

______________ ______________ ______________
______________ ______________ ______________

Answer

_Table Door Ladder
_Chair       Window   Boat

Page No 168:

Question 2:

Look at the words given below and put them under the things that they are made of –

balloon chair table eraser shirt
pencil toys Car trousers knife
scissors cap

Disclaimer: Kindly refer the textbook for the images.

metal wood rubber cloth
___________ ___________ ___________ ___________
___________ ___________ ___________ ___________
___________ ___________ ___________ ___________

Answer

metal wood rubber cloth
Car Table Balloon Shirt
Scissors Toys Eraser  Trousers
Pencil
Knife Chair _________ Cap

Page No 168:

Question 3:

Who do you think is the naughtiest child in your class? Describe her/him in five lines. _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________

Answer

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

My best friend, Sameer is the naughtiest child in my class. He always disturbs the teacher in the class when she teaches us. He asks stupid questions in the middle of the class. He teases his friends by calling them with different names. He comes very late in the class. He never brings his lunch box.

Page No 169:

Question 1:

hard yard long song red lead
weighty eighty found ground

Answer

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

hard yard long song red lead
weighty eighty found ground

Page No 169:

Question 1:

Let’s make a mosaic hat for your clown

You need

• Mirrors/beads of different size and shapes • Fevicol/glue/gum • A piece of cardboard • Sketch pens

Method

• Take a piece of old cardboard • Draw a colourful pattern on it • Take glue/gum and apply it on the surface and stick beads/mirrors/ pulses on it • Fold it into a cone • Your lovely Mosaic Hat is now ready. • your clown.

Which country does your clown belong to? Now complete the table below –

Nation Nationality
India Indian
Scotland ______________
Australia ______________
France ______________
Japan ______________

Answer

Disclaimer: This is a creative activity to be done along with your friends in the classroom.

Nation Nationality
India Indian
Scotland Scottish
Australia Australian
France French
Japan Japanese
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