English IV

Solutions Chapter 2 – Neha’s Alarm Clock

Page No 9:

Question 1:

snuggles    mutters    window sill    relax

Answer

1) Snuggles: to be in a comfortable position Example sentences: 1) He snuggles himself into the sleeping bags. 2) Reema snuggles in her new yellow couch.

2) Mutters: say something in a very low voice Example sentences: 1) Tia always mutters in the class. 2) Rohan mutters in the washroom.

3) Window sill: the bottom part of the window Example sentences: 1) There is a pot kept on the windowsill. 2) Clothes were hanging from the windowsill.

4) Relax: free from tension Example sentences: 1) She tried to relax before the examination. 2) Relax on bed till you get well.

Page No 10:

Question 1:

Tick (✔) the correct answer –

1. What time did Neha’s clock ring every morning?

(a) 4 o’clock
(b) 9 o’clock
(c) 6 o’clock

2. What did the birds say?

(a) Sleep on
(b) Wake up
(c) Go and play

3. What is inside you that makes you get up at the same time everyday?

(a) Our body clock
(b) Our eyes
(c) Our feet

4. Put the letters in the right order. One has been done for you.

ilesm      smile      norming __________
mrala __________ edorns __________
ocklc __________ wodwin __________

Answer

1.

(a) 4 o’clock
(b) 9 o’clock
(c) 6 o’clock


2. What did the birds say?

(a) Sleep on
(b) Wake up

(c) Go and play

3. What is inside you that makes you get up at the same time everyday?

(a) Our body clock

(b) Our eyes
(c) Our feet

4.

ilesm smile norming morning
mrala alarm edorns snored
ocklc clock wodwin window

Page No 11:

Question 1:

1. Listen to the sounds around you when you are on your way to school. Discuss with your friend the sounds that you heard. List them here –

Sounds you heard Sounds your friend heard
   ______________________________

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

Disclaimer: Kindly refer to the textbook for the images.

2. If there is no clock in the house to wake you in the morning, how will you wake up? Will you continue to sleep or …

3. What are the different ways of knowing the time during the day?

Answer

1) Disclaimer: This is an activity to be done along with your friends. Write your answers on the first column and then write your friend’s answers in the second column. You then have to discuss and compare both the answers among your friends in the classroom.

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

If there is no clock in the house to wake you in the morning, I will wake up from my mother’s call. I will not continue to sleep, as I myself will have to get ready for the school.

3) We can know the time from the sunshine whether it is afternoon or evening.

Page No 12:

Question 1:

      Find the hidden words

mother, birds, clock, alar, happy, morning, holiday, hungry, sunday

Answer

Page No 12:

Question 1:

ought bought caught matter chatter shatter tick−tock tell−told train−time
tick−tack
tip−tin
take−tall

Answer

ought matter tick – tock tick – tack
bought chatter tell – told tip – tin
caught shatter train – time take – tall

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

Page No 13:

Question 1:

1. Who said these words and to whom?

Who said To whom
“Wake up, dear! Wake up fast!” _______________ _______________
“Ma, who woke me up today?” _______________ _______________
“Why do you sleep at _______________ _______________

 

2. Use the help box to fill in the blanks –

  was
 were

(a) Ram _______ a good football player.

(b) The cows ______ grazing in the field

(c) My toys _______broken.

(d) Her frock ________too long.

(e) The market __________ closed.

(f) The children ________ happy.

(g) The flowers ________ kept in a vase. 3. Look at the pictures below and complete the following paragraph. You will need these words –

pulled out inside called out behind under

Yesterday, I lost a book. I looked for it everywhere.

I looked _____________ a door.

I looked ____________ a cupboard.

I looked ___________ a bed.

I could not find it anywhere. Then, I ____________________

Sheroo. Sheroo, my dog came running to

me. I asked him to look for my book. He _________________

another book from my bag.

Disclaimer: Kindly refer the textbook for the images.

Answer

1)

Who said To whom
“Wake up, dear! Wake up fast Bird Narrator
“Ma, who woke me up today?” Narrator Mother
“Why do you sleep at nine every night?’ Mother Narrator

 

2.

(a) Ram was a good football player.

(b) The cows were grazing in the field.

(c) My toys were broken.

(d) Her frock was too long.

(e) The market was closed.

(f) The children were happy.

(g) The flowers were kept in a vase. 3.

Yesterday, I lost a book. I looked for it everywhere.

I looked behind a door.

I looked inside a cupboard.

I looked under a bed.

I could not find it anywhere. Then, I called out

Sheroo. Sheroo, my dog came running to

me. I asked him to look for my book. He pulled out

another book from my bag.

Page No 15:

Question 1:

Here is a word, clock. Write down words relating to clock. 

Here is a word, morning. Now write down words related to it.

Disclaimer: Kindly refer to the textbook for the images.

Answer

Page No 9:

Question 1:

snuggles    mutters    window sill    relax

Answer

1) Snuggles: to be in a comfortable position Example sentences: 1) He snuggles himself into the sleeping bags. 2) Reema snuggles in her new yellow couch.

2) Mutters: say something in a very low voice Example sentences: 1) Tia always mutters in the class. 2) Rohan mutters in the washroom.

3) Window sill: the bottom part of the window Example sentences: 1) There is a pot kept on the windowsill. 2) Clothes were hanging from the windowsill.

4) Relax: free from tension Example sentences: 1) She tried to relax before the examination. 2) Relax on bed till you get well.

Page No 10:

Question 1:

Tick (✔) the correct answer –

1. What time did Neha’s clock ring every morning?

(a) 4 o’clock
(b) 9 o’clock
(c) 6 o’clock

2. What did the birds say?

(a) Sleep on
(b) Wake up
(c) Go and play

3. What is inside you that makes you get up at the same time everyday?

(a) Our body clock
(b) Our eyes
(c) Our feet

4. Put the letters in the right order. One has been done for you.

ilesm      smile      norming __________
mrala __________ edorns __________
ocklc __________ wodwin __________

Answer

1.

(a) 4 o’clock
(b) 9 o’clock
(c) 6 o’clock


2. What did the birds say?

(a) Sleep on
(b) Wake up

(c) Go and play

3. What is inside you that makes you get up at the same time everyday?

(a) Our body clock

(b) Our eyes
(c) Our feet

4.

ilesm smile norming morning
mrala alarm edorns snored
ocklc clock wodwin window

Page No 11:

Question 1:

1. Listen to the sounds around you when you are on your way to school. Discuss with your friend the sounds that you heard. List them here –

Sounds you heard Sounds your friend heard
   ______________________________

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

Disclaimer: Kindly refer to the textbook for the images.

2. If there is no clock in the house to wake you in the morning, how will you wake up? Will you continue to sleep or …

3. What are the different ways of knowing the time during the day?

Answer

1) Disclaimer: This is an activity to be done along with your friends. Write your answers on the first column and then write your friend’s answers in the second column. You then have to discuss and compare both the answers among your friends in the classroom.

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

If there is no clock in the house to wake you in the morning, I will wake up from my mother’s call. I will not continue to sleep, as I myself will have to get ready for the school.

3) We can know the time from the sunshine whether it is afternoon or evening.

Page No 12:

Question 1:

      Find the hidden words

mother, birds, clock, alar, happy, morning, holiday, hungry, sunday

Answer

Page No 12:

Question 1:

ought bought caught matter chatter shatter tick−tock tell−told train−time
tick−tack
tip−tin
take−tall

Answer

ought matter tick – tock tick – tack
bought chatter tell – told tip – tin
caught shatter train – time take – tall

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

Page No 13:

Question 1:

1. Who said these words and to whom?

Who said To whom
“Wake up, dear! Wake up fast!” _______________ _______________
“Ma, who woke me up today?” _______________ _______________
“Why do you sleep at _______________ _______________

 

2. Use the help box to fill in the blanks –

  was
 were

(a) Ram _______ a good football player.

(b) The cows ______ grazing in the field

(c) My toys _______broken.

(d) Her frock ________too long.

(e) The market __________ closed.

(f) The children ________ happy.

(g) The flowers ________ kept in a vase. 3. Look at the pictures below and complete the following paragraph. You will need these words –

pulled out inside called out behind under

Yesterday, I lost a book. I looked for it everywhere.

I looked _____________ a door.

I looked ____________ a cupboard.

I looked ___________ a bed.

I could not find it anywhere. Then, I ____________________

Sheroo. Sheroo, my dog came running to

me. I asked him to look for my book. He _________________

another book from my bag.

Disclaimer: Kindly refer the textbook for the images.

Answer

1)

Who said To whom
“Wake up, dear! Wake up fast Bird Narrator
“Ma, who woke me up today?” Narrator Mother
“Why do you sleep at nine every night?’ Mother Narrator

 

2.

(a) Ram was a good football player.

(b) The cows were grazing in the field.

(c) My toys were broken.

(d) Her frock was too long.

(e) The market was closed.

(f) The children were happy.

(g) The flowers were kept in a vase. 3.

Yesterday, I lost a book. I looked for it everywhere.

I looked behind a door.

I looked inside a cupboard.

I looked under a bed.

I could not find it anywhere. Then, I called out

Sheroo. Sheroo, my dog came running to

me. I asked him to look for my book. He pulled out

another book from my bag.

Page No 15:

Question 1:

Here is a word, clock. Write down words relating to clock. 

Here is a word, morning. Now write down words related to it.

Disclaimer: Kindly refer to the textbook for the images.

Answer

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