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Tuesday, 21 April 2020

Who has seen the wind | Class 4 | Lesson 3 | questions | answers | SCERT | ASSAM

 Who has seen the wind  | Class 4 | Lesson 3 | questions | answers | SCERT | ASSAM


Who has seen the wind  | Class 4 | Lesson 3 | questions | answers | SCERT | ASSAM
Who has seen the wind


Lesson 3: Who has seen the Wind by Christina Rossetti | Questions | Answers

    

1. Listen and say these words after your teacher:

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(a) cow - how - now - bow
(b) show - grow - row - blow - know - bow

2. Look at the words given in the word web:
Now, complete the following words web by writing the names of the insects you see in the pictures. One is done for you:


Who has seen the wind  | Class 4 | Lesson 3 | questions | answers | SCERT | ASSAM


3. Read the sentences in box A. We can join each of them with a matching part in box B by using the word 'but'. One is done for you:

(a) The Grasshopper has wings but the ant does not.
(b) We cannot see the wind but we can feel it.
(c) The ant is tiny but the Grasshopper is small.
(d) It was a sunny day but the wind was cold.

Now make three more sentences from the boxes use the word 'but'.

(a) The ant is tiny but the ant does not have wings.
(b) The Grasshopper has wings but the Grasshopper is small.
(c) The wind was cold but it was a sunny day.

4. Read these words. They describe the wind and the storm.

Now write two sentences to describe the pictures given above. You can begin like this.

(a) A cold wind is blowing.
(b) A heavy storm broke out.
(c) The gentle wind is passing through.
(d) A sudden and strong storm caused heavy damage.

5. Read the poem "Who has seen the wind?" And underline the following:

Who has seen the wind?
Neither I nor you:
But when the leaves hang trembling,
The wind is passing through.

Who has seen the wind?
Neither you nor I :
But when the trees bow down their heads,
The wind is passing by.

 6. Match the following:
(a) Neither you nor i - have seen the wind.
(b) Neither Hop nor Annie - played in winter.
(c) Neither he nor his mother - knew how to read.

8. Look at the picture above. It is the spring season in Assam. Let's talk:
(a) Name the festival that you celebrate during this season.
Answer: Bohag Bihu.
(b) Name the flowers that bloom during this season.
Answer: Ko-Pou Flowers.
(c) Name the bird/birds that visit us during this season.
Answer: Ko-Pou Sorai.
(d) What do you like to do during this season?
Answer: During this season I like to play "Husori" with my friends.

9. Read this newspaper clipping. It describes what happened after a storm:

10. Collect similar news items from newspapers and paste them in your exercise book under the heading "Natural Disaster'.

12. Riddle:

 I am in the pistol, not in the gun
 Double in the moon, but not in the sun.
 What am i?
Answer: The letter 'O'

13. Puzzle: Rearrange the letters in the convey. Find out what they are saying:

Answer: (a) How are you?
                (b) I am fine, thank you!

14. Write questions to complete the conversation. Practice the conversation with your partner:

Anil: I fell down yesterday and broke my leg.
Amol: What were you doing?
Anil: I was climbing a tree.
Amol: Why you we're climbing?
Anil: I was trying to bring down my kite.
Amol: What your friends were doing?
Anil: My friends were flying kites.
Amol: Where you were flying kite?
Anil: I was flying kite in the football field.

17. Write three things you should do to keep the environment clean:

(a) Recycle waste products.
(b) Drive your car less.
(c)  Reduce the usage of chemicals.

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