ACTIVE ENGLISH CLASS: 5 BY D.H.HOWE BOOK 5 OXFORD 2015

 

NAME:                                                      ACTIVE ENGLISH CLASS: 5                                       BY D.H.HOWE BOOK 5 OXFORD 2015

CH PAGE READING PASSAGES LANGUAGE STRUCTURE SYLLABUS ITEMS
1 1-11    
2 12 The Magic Pear Tree  
3 16 Some Strange Fish  
4 20 The Biggest ship the World  
5 24 The Well Diggers  
6 28 Rivers, Canals &Deserts  
7 32 Snake  
8 36 Volcanoes  
9 40 A Great Moghul Emperor  
10 44 Rockets in the sky  
11 48 Our World  
12 52 The top of the world:1  
13 56 The top of the world:2  
14 60 Summer monsoon  
15 64 The Wooden Horse  
16 68 Robert Bruce and me spider  
17 72 Omer and the good Fairy:1  
18 76 Omer and the good Fairy:2  
19 80 Journey to the moon:1  
20 84 Journey to the moon:2  
21 92 Elephants  
22 96 Boy Scouts and girls guide  
23 100 The Man Who Made Rain  

 

CHAPTER#1 THE MAGIC PEAR TREE P: 12-14

PUT A TICK AGAINST THE SENTENCES THAT AM TRUE AND A CROSS AGAINST THE ONES THAT ARE UNTRUE:

  1. The story took place not long ago. F
  2. The fruit seller said that his pears were very juicy. T
  3. The pears were not really very juicy. F

d The mother of the little girl bought two pears. T

  1. The fruit seller gave the old beggar a small, rotten pear. F

f The fruit seller was not polite. T

  1. The old beggar planted the pear that lie was given. F
  2. The pear tree grew very quickly. T
  3. The pears from the beggars pear tree were better than I. T
  4. Everyone was given a pear. T
  5. The old beggar dug up the pear tree and carried it off. F
  6. The fruit seller had no more nears to sell. T

 

2: READ THE EXAMPLE. CHANGE THE SENTENCES IN THE SAME WAY USING WHILE:

Hussain was sleeping. Sikander was reading.

While Hussain was sleeping, Sikander was reading.

 

  1. Maruf was working. Uzma was listening to the radio.
  2. The teacher was speaking. Omer was looking out of the window.

c, The boys were swimming. The girls were sleeping.

  1. The children were playing. Miss Jan was marking their books.
  2. Anjum was sweeping the floor. Sumro was cleaning the windows.
  3. Mr. Shah was buying a newspaper. The children were looking in the shop Win
  4. Mrs. Ali was cooking a meal. Mr. Ali was watching television.

ANSWERS:

 (a) While Maruf was working, Uzma was listening to the radio.

(b) While the teacher was speaking, Omer was looking out of the window.

(c) While the boys were swimming, the girls were sleeping.

(d) While the children’ were playing, Miss Jan was marking their books.

  1. e) While Anjum was sweeping the Hoor, Sumro was cleaning the windows.

(f) While Mr. Shah was buying a newspaper. The children were looking in the shop window,

  1. g) While Mrs., Ali was cooking a meal, Mr. Ali was watching television.

 

 

3 ANSWER THE QUESTIONS: (THE ANSWERS ARE IN EXERCISE 2.)

What was Hussain doing while Sikander was reading?

Hussain was sleeping while Sikander was reading.

 

  1. What was Maruf doing while Uzma was listening to the radio?
  2. What was the teacher doing while Omer was looking out of the window?
  3. What were the boys doing while the girls were sleeping?
  4. What were the children doing while Miss Jan was marking their hooks?
  5. What was Anjum doing while Sumro was cleaning the windows?
  6. What was Mr. Shah doing while the children were looking in the shop window?
  7. What was Mrs. Ali doing while Mr. Ali was watching television?

ANSWERS:

(a) Maruf was working while Uzma was listening to the radio.

(b) The teacher was speaking while Omer was looking out of the window.

(c) The boys were swimming while the girls were sleeping.

(d) The children were playing while Miss Jan was marking their hooks.

(e) Anjum was sweeping the floor while Sumro was cleaning the windows.

(f) Mr. Shah was buying a newspaper while the children were looking in the shop window.

(g) Mrs. Ali was cooking a meal while Mr. Ali was watching television.

 

4 COPY OUT THE PASSAGE PUTTING IN ALL THE PUNCTUATION AND CAPITAL LETTERS:

what big pears the woman said

yes said the man and they are very juicy

please may l have one said Mary

 

ANSWERS:

“What big pears! ” The woman said,

“Yes”, said the man, “and they are very juicy.”

“Please! May l have one?” Said Mary,

 

5 THESE SENTENCES ARE IN THE WRONG ORDER WHAT IS THE RIGHT ORDER?

  1. Mrs Ali bought some fruit in a shop.
  2. She found that some of the fruit was rotten.
  3. The shopkeeper gave her some more fruit.
  4. She took it back to the shop.

 

ANSWER:

Mrs Ali bought some fruit in a shop.

The shopkeeper gave her some more fruit.

She found that some of the fruit was rotten.

She took it back to the shop.

 

CHAPTER#2   SOME STRANGE FISH       P:16-18

   CHOSE THE BEST ANSWER:

  1. AT ONE TIME WE DID NOT KNOW MUCH
  2. the deep sea is very cold.
  3. the deep sea is very dark.
  4. no one had been down to the deep parts of the sea to see them.
  5. they are all dead.
  6. fishermen never caught them.

 

  1. THE MEN IN THE DIVING BALL COULD NOT SEE THE FISHES’ LIGHTS BECAUSE
  2. it was night time.
  3. the water was very muddy!
  4. the water was very dark.
  5. all the fish were black.
  6. they had their own light switched on.

 

 

  1. WHICH ONE OF THESE SENTENCES IS TRUE?

A: All of the fishes had lights.

B: Some of the fishes had bright lights

C: All of the fishes had big eyes.

D: Some of the fishes had small eyes.

E: All of the fishes had eyes.

 

  1. SOME FISH HAD TEETH WHICH POINTED BACKWARDS, THESE TEETH WERE USED FOR
  2. eating other fish.

B, swallowing other fish.

  1. chewing other fish.
  2. stopping other fish from getting out.
  3. killing other fish.

 

  1. SOME FISH WERE LIKE FISHERMEN BECAUSE
  2. they caught other fish.
  3. they used fishing lines.
  4. they used fishing hooks.
  5. they had lights.
  6. they had sharp teeth,

 

  1. PUT TICK BY THE SENTENCES THAT ARE TRUE AND A CROSS BY THE ONES THAT ARE UNTRUE:
  2. We do not know much about deep-sea fish. T
  3. divers in diving clothes can go down to a depth of six and a half kilometers. F
  4. the big steel diving ball did not float. T
  5. some of the fishes were blind. T
  6. Some of the fish could make their stomachs become bigger. T

 

3 HOW MANY SENTENCES CAN YOU MAKE?

After

When

I had written the letter,

I had finished the exercise,

I had read the book,

I gave it to Miss Jan.

I showed it to my brother.

I went to bed,

ANSWERS:

WE CAN MAKE 18 SENTENCES, THESE ARE GIVEN BELOW :

(a) After I had written the letter, I gave it to Miss Jan.

(b) After I had written the letter, I showed it to my brother.

(c) After I had written the letter, I went to bed.

(d) After I had finished the exercise, I gave it to Miss Jan.

(e) After I had finished the exercise, I showed it to my brother.

(f) After I had finished the exercise, I went to bed.

(g) After I had read the book, I gave it to Miss Jan.

(h) After I had read the book, I showed it to my brother.

(i) After I had read the book, I went to bed.

(j) When I had written the letter, I gave it to Miss Jan.

(k) When I had written the letter, I showed it to my brother.

(l) When I had written the letter, Iwent to bed.

(m) When I finished the exercise, I gave it to Miss Jan.

(n) When I had finished fthe exercise, I showed it to my brother.

(0) When l had finished the exercise, I went to bed.

(p) When I had read the book, I gave it to Miss Jan.

(q) When l had read the book, I showed it to my brother,

(r) .When I had read the book, I went to bed.

 

4 READ THE EXAMPLES AND CHANGE THE SENTENCES IN THE SAME WAY.

I ate my breakfast. I went to school.

After When I had eaten my breakfast. I went to school.

 

  1. I got up. I washed.
  2. I washed. I cleaned my teeth.

c, I cleaned my teeth, I ate my breakfast.

  1. I ate my breakfast, I went to school.
  2. The bus stopped. Tim got on.
  3. The rain stopped. They went out.
  4. They washed their hands. They sat down.
  5. Uzma bought a ticket. She waited for the train to arrive.

ANSWERS:

First Set :

(a) After/When I had got up, I washed my hands.

(b) After/When I had washed, I cleaned my teeth.

(c)After/ When l had cleaned my teeth, I ate my breakfast.

(d)After/When I had eaten my breakfast, l went to school.

(e)After/ When the bus had stopped, Tim got on.

(f)After/When the rain stopped, they went outside.

(g)After/When they had washed their hands, they sat down.

(h)After/When Uzma had bought a ticket, she waited for the train to arrive.

 

 

The programme started. I switched on the radio.

When I switched on the radio, the programme had already started. ,

The lesson began. Tim reached school.

When Tim reached school, the lesson had already begun.

 

  1. The programme started. Uzma switched on the television.
  2. The meal began. They reached home.
  3. The train left. They reached the station.
  4. The rain stopped. She opened her umbrella. H
  5. One passenger jumped off. The bus stopped.

f The men ran away. The policemen arrived.

  1. Mrs Shah finished cooking. Uzma started to help.
  2. The building burnt clown, The firemen arrived.

 

SECOND SET :

  1. When Uzma switched on the television, the programme had already started.
  2. When they reached home, the meal had already begun,
  3. When they reached the station, the train had already left.
  4. When she opened her umbrella, the rain had already stopped.
  5. When the bus stopped, one passenger had already jumped off.
  6. When the policeman arrived, the men had already run away.
  7. When Uzma started to help, Mrs. Shah had already finished cooking.
  8. When the firemen arrived, the building had already burnt down.

 

I took the book back to the library when I had finished reading it.

l did not take the book back to the library until I had finished reading it.

Zohra switched off the radio when the last programme had ended.

Zohra did not switch off the radio until the last programme had ended.

 

a, Mrs J an put the food on the table when all the children had arrived.

  1. Mr Ali closed the shop when all the people had left.
  2. The bus started when everyone had got on.
  3. She gave the exercise to thc teacher when she had checked it for mistakes.
  4. The car started to move when the traffic light turned green.
  5. The boys and girls clapped when the singer had finished.
  6. The teacher began to speak when all the children had sat down.

 

THIRD STEP 1

Mrs Jan did not put the food on the table until all the children had arrived,

Mr. Ali did not close the shop until all the people had left,

The bus did not start until everyone had got on.

She did not give the exercise to the teacher until she had checked it for mistakes.

The car did not start to move until the traffic light turned green.

The boys and girls did not clap until the singer had finished.

The teacher did not begin to speak until all the children had sat down.

 

CHAPTER#3  THE BIGGEST SHIP IN THE WORLD         P:20-23

1.PUT A TICK BY THE SENTENCES THAT ARE TRUE AND A CROSS BY THE ONES THAT ARE UNTRUE:

  1. The ‘Queen Elizabeth’ was once the biggest ship in the world. T
  2. She used to carry 3,450 passengers.F
  3. There was plenty for the passengers to do.T
  4. When the Second World War came, the ‘Queen Elizabeth’ was given guns,F
  5. She was never attacked by enemy warships.T
  6. She was a very fast ship.T
  7. She could go from England to America and back in four days.F
  8. Travel by air is quicker than travel by sea.T
  9. Mr Tung wanted the ‘Queen Elizabeth’ to stay in Hong Kong.F
  10. The ship was completely destroyed by tire, F
  11. She turned over so that the bottom Was on top.F
  12. The oil did not spoil Hong Kong’s beaches.F

 

2.READ THE EXAMPLES. JOIN THE SENTENCES IN THE SAME WAY USING WHOSE

2,200 of the people were passengers. THEIR rooms were like hotel rooms

2,200 of the people were passengers WHOSE rooms were like hotel rooms,

She was bought by Mr C.Y. Tung. HIS home is in Hong Kong.

She was bought by Mr C.Y. Tung WHOSE home is in Hong Kong.

 

  1. They passed a man. His car had broken down.
  2. We saw a boy. His dog had run.
  3. The firemen were talking to the man. His house was on fire.
  4. We met a girl. Her brother goes to our school.
  5. That is Tom. His father is a policeman.
  6. These are the children, their mother is in hospital.
  7. We saw three men. Their boat was sinking.
  8. I know some boys. Their school is next to ours.

 

That is the boy.  I borrowed bicycle.

That is the boy WHOSE bicycle I borrowed.

 

  1. I am looking for a girl. I borrowed her pen.
  2. That is Uzma. We met her brother yesterday.
  3. That is Omer. We saw his dog swimming in the sea.
  4. Here is the boy. You are sitting in his desk.
  5. That is the man. We helped to push his car.
  6. Our teacher is Miss Jan. You carried her books yesterday.
  7. We all liked Mr Shah. We were in his class last year.
  8. This is my cousin, We visited her home last week,

 

Mr Ali is our teacher, his  home is in Lyari.

MrAli, whose home is in Lyari is our teacher.

Uzma Hai is in our class. Her father is a doctor.

Uzma Hai, whose father is a doctor, is in our class.

  1. Omer Shah cycles to school. His home is in Saddar.
  2. Naz is very sad. Her dog died last week,
  3. Mrs Khan gave us five dollars. We found her purse.
  4. The Headmaster was very kind to us. His name was Mr Memon
  5. My mother was very busy. Her two sisters were staying with us.
  6. The policeman was very angry. His hat had been stolen,
  7. My father goes to work by bus, His office is in Liaquat Square.
  8. My friend is coming to see me. His name is Sam.

 

3: JOIN THE SENTENCES USING WHERE. LEAVE OUT THE WORDS IN ITALICS:

Leave the pen there. T hat is where you found it.

Leave the pen where you found it,

You should not swim in that part the sea, The water is deep there

You should not swim where the water is deep.

 

  1. You will never catch any fish there. The water is shallow there.
  2. She likes to live in a town. There are plenty of shops there.
  3. I like to live in the country. There are not many people there.
  4. She put the flowers on the table. Everyone could see them there.
  5. A big ship cannot go near the beach. The water is shallow there.
  6. He put the money in a box. N o one could find it there.
  7. He liked to sit at the buck. The teacher could not sec him there.
  8. Accidents happen in some places. The road is not wide enough.

ANSWERS:

You will never catch any fish WHERE he water is shallow there.

She likes to live in a town WHERE there the plenty of shops there.

I like to live in the country WHERE there are not many people.

She put the flowers on the table WHERE veryone could see them there.

A big ship cannot go near the beach WHERE the water is shallow there.

He put the money in a box WHERE  no one could find it there.

He liked to sit at the buck WHERE  the teacher could not sec him there.

Accidents happen in some places WHERE the road is not wide enough.

 

4.COPY OUT THIS PASSAGE PUTTING IN ALL THE PUNCTUATION AND CAPITAL LETTERS

what is the name of that ship asked Zohra

it was the queen elzabeth but omer did not know

I dont know said omer its very big isnt it

ANSWERS:

“What is the name of that ship?” asked Zohra,

It was the “Queen Elzabeth” but Omer did not know.

“I don’t know”, said Omer. “Its very big isn’t it?”

 

CHAPTER# 4   TEHWELL DIGGERS        P:24-27

  1. PUT A TICK BY THE SENTENCES THA! ARE TRUE AND A CROSS BY THE ONES THAT ARE UNTRUE:
  2. Alam and Arif were lazy men. F
  3. They were not very clever. T
  4. They took one day to dig the first hole. T
  5. The first hole was a small one. F
  6. They dug the second hole because they wanted two wells. F
  7. The second hole was bigger than the first hole. F
  8. They put the earth from the second hole into the first hole. F
  9. Alam and Arif dug for three days. T
  10. They dug four holes, F
  11. In the end they had a fine Well. F

 

2.CHOUSE THE BEST ANSWER:

A.STORY OF ALAM AND ARIF MAKES US.

  1. smile.
  2. feel happy,
  3. feel sad,
  4. angry,
  5. cry.
  6. WHEN ARIF OFFERED TO HELP, ALAM FELT
  7. angry.
  8. boastful,
  9. pleased.
  10. amused.

E, proud.

 

3 MAKE 9 GOOD SENTENCES USING WHEN AND 9 USING TMTIL:

I SHALL go outside

play football

go to the beach

when

 

I have finished this book

the rain has stopped.

 

my friend arrives.

stay indoors

not play football

not go to the beach

Until

 

ANSWERS:

WHEN

  1. I shall go outside when I have finished this book.

i shall go outside when the rain has stopped.

i shall go outside when my friend arrives.

i shall play football when i have finished this book.

i shall play football when the rain has stopped.

i shall play football when my friend arrives.

i shall go to the beach when i have finished this book.

  1. shall go to the beach when the rain has stopped.

i shall go to the beach when my friend arrives.

UNTIL

I shall stay indoors until have finished this book.

I shall stay indoors until the rain has stopped.

I shall stay indoors until my friend arrives.

I shall not play football until have finished this book.

I shall not play football until the rain has stopped.

I shall not play football until my friend arrives.

I shall not go to the beach until have finished this book.

I shall not go to the beach until the rain has stopped.

I shall not go to the beach until my friend arrives.

 

4 CHANGE THE SENTENCES USING UNTIL AND THEY/VORALR GIVEN:

I shall go to school when I have finished my breakfast, (I shan’t go , _ .)

I shan`t go to school until I have finished my breakfast.

I shall go when the library closes, (I shall stay here . _ .)

I shall stay here until the library closes.

 

  1. We shall have plenty of Water when the rainy Weather begins.

(We shall not have _ _ .)

b You can go inside when you have shown the man your ticket.

(You cannot go _ _ _)

c, We can go outside when the lesson Hnishes

(We cannot go _ , _)

  1. Please give me back the hook when you have read it.

(Please don’t give _ _ .)

  1. You can listen to the radio when you have done your homework.

(You cannot _ . ,)

K They will go to bed when the television programme has ended.

(They will not go _ _ ,)

  1. Put down your pens when you have finished the exercise.

(Don’t put down , _ ,)

 

We shall not have plenty of water until the rainy weather begins.

You cannot go inside until you have shown the man your ticket. y

We cannot go outside until the lesson finishes.

Please don’t give me back the book until you have read it. g

You cannot listen to the radio; until you have done your homework.

They will not go to bed the television programme has ended.

Don’t put down your pens until you have finished the exercise.

 

  1. CHANGING THE GIVEN SENTENCES USING WHEN 1

We cannot have a drink until we get home.

We can have a drink when we get home.

 

I can buy the pen when I have some money,

You can have a meal when  have bough some food.

You can go out when I have  mended you, shirt?

He can ride the bicycle when iris mended.

You can go inside when the film has ended.

She can mend the dress when she finds her needle

The bus can start when the driver arrives.

 

  1. I can’t buy the pen until I have some money.
  2. You cannot have a meal until 1 have bought some food.
  3. You cannot go out until I have mended your shirt.
  4. He cannot ride the bicycle until it is mended,
  5. You cannot go inside until the iilrn has ended.

f She cannot mend the dress until she finds her needle.

  1. The bus cannot start until the driver arrives.

 

6: CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWERS:

           

The men will go home when they finished / will finish  / have finished   the work.

They will not go before they have done / did / will do it because they have been told to stay until it shall be / was/ is done.

            

ANSWER:

The men will go home when they have FINISHED the work, They will not go before they

HAVE DONE it because they have been told to stay until it IS done.

 

7: THESE SENTENCES ARE IN THE WRONG ORDER WHAT IS THE RIGHT ORDER?

  1. The light was red.
  2. He was taken to hospital in an ambulance.
  3. A car knocked him down.
  4. John looked at the traffic light.
  5. He ran across the road.

ANSWERS:

B: The light was red.

C: He was taken to hospital in an ambulance.

D: A car knocked him down.

A: John looked at the traffic light.

E: He ran across the road.

 

CHAPTER#  5  RIVERS, CANALS AND DESERTS     P:28-31

Page:29

CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER.

  1. INDUS BEGINS IN
  2. the Himalayas.
  3. Karachi.
  4. the river Sutlej.
  5. A great plain.

in Kotri.

  1. ACROSS THE INDUS THERE ARE
  2. two
  3. three
  4. no bridges

D, many

  1. a few
  2. AT THE WIDEST PLACE THE INDUS IS
  3. about 2 1/2
  4. less than 3
  5. not more than 3 miles wide.
  6. about I0 miles.
  7. about 80
  8. A CANAL FLOWS
  9. into a bigger canal.
  10. out of a bigger river.
  11. into the sea.
  12. away from the sea.
  13. near the sea.

 

  1. PUT A TICK BY THE TRUE SENTENCES AND A CROSS BY THE UNTRUE ONES:
  2. Karachi, the biggest city in Pakistan, stands on the sea. T
  3. The Indus has live rivers which join it in its course towards the sea. T
  4. Crops grow well in the desert. F
  5. Floods do more good than harm to the land. F
  6. The desert can be made green. T

 

Page:30

MAKE 18 SENTENCE FROM THIS TABLE.

 

He

Ran

Moved

drove the car

 

so

Fast

quickly

 

that

he won the race

no one could catch him.

he left the others behind.

 

ANSWER:

  1. He ran so fast that he won the race.
  2. He moved so fast that he won the race.
  3. He drove the car so fast that he won the race.
  4. He ran so quickly that he won the race.
  5. He moved so quickly that he won the race.
  6. He drove the car so quickly that he won the race.
  7. He ran so fast that no one could catch him.
  8. He moved so fast that no one could catch him.
  9. He drove the car so fast that no one could catch him.
  10. He ran so quickly that no one could catch him.
  11. He moved so quickly that no one could catch him.
  12. He drove the car quickly that no one could catch him.
  13. They ran so fast that, they left the others behind.
  14. He moved so fast that he left ‘the others behind.
  15. He drove the car so fast that he left the others behind.
  16. He ran so quickly that he left the others behind.
  17. He moved so quickly that he left the others behind.
  18. He drove the car so quickly that he left the others behind.

 

 

  1. JOIN THE SENTENCES. NOTICE THAT YOU DO NOT NEED TO USE ’VERY’.

He ran very quickly, No one could catch him,

He ran so quickly that no one could catch him.

 

  1. It rained very heavily, The water could not drain away.
  2. It rained very heavily, Whole blocks of Hats were swept away.
  3. The car was moving very fast. It could not stop.
  4. The children in the choir sang Very softly. No one could hear them.
  5. The clerk wrote very quickly. I could not read his writing.
  6. The thief moved very quietly. No one woke up.
  7. The bus conductor spoke very loudly. Everyone heard him.

h, The policeman ran very quickly. He caught two of the men.

i, The bus stopped very suddenly, Some of the passengers fell over.

  1. The water rushed down the hillside very quickly. Many people were swept away.

ANSWERS:

 (a) It rained so heavily that the water could not drain away.

(b) lt rained so heavily that whole’ blocks of flats were swept away.

(c) The car was moving so fast that it could not stop.

(d) The children in the chair ran softly that no one could hear them.

(e) The clerk wrote so quickly that I could not read his writing

(f) The chief moved so quietly that no one woke up.  

(g) The bus conductor spoke so loudly that everyone heard him.

(h) The policeman ran so quickly that he caught two of them.

(i) The bus stopped so suddenly that some of the passengers fell over.

(j) The water rushed down the hill side so quickly that many people were swept away.

 

CHAPTER# 6 SNAKES       P:32-35

  1. CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER:
  2. Snakes do not have any
  3. eyes.
  4. tongues.
  5. teeth.
  6. eyelids.
  7. mouths.
  8. Some snakes poison animals with their
  9. tails,
  10. tongues
  11. teeth that point forwards.
  12. teeth that point backwards.
  13. mouths
  14. Snakes can swallow big animals because they have
  15. sharp teeth
  16. Wide Jaws

C .big heads

  1. long bodies
  2. long tongues
  3. A King Cobra may reach a length of
  4. 1 metre.
  5. 1 1/2 metres.
  6. 3 1/2 metres.
  7. 6 metres.
  8. 7 1/2 metres.

 

  1. PUT A TICK BY THE TRUE SENTECES AND A CROSS BY THE UNTRUE ONES:
  2. All snakes are the same length.F
  3. Snakes like to eat worms.F
  4. A snake s eyes are always open.T
  5. A snake’s teeth always point backwards.T
  6. A snake smells with its tongue.T
  7. When a snake bites something It cannot let go.T
  8. Most snakes in Pakistan are dangerous.F
  9. The most dangerous snake IS the King Cobra.F

 

3 READ THE EXAMPLES AND THEIR CHANGE THE SENTENCES IN THE SAME WAY.

Although it was raining, they went outside.

It was raining but they went outside.

Although snakes have no legs, they move smoothly over the ground,

Snakes have no legs but they move smoothly over the ground,

  1. Although snakes have teeth, they do not chew their food.
  2. Although it was cold, they swam in the sea.
  3. Although it was hot, she wore a thick coat.
  4. Although it was very dark, he could see someone outside the window.
  5. Although the sun was shining, they felt cold.
  6. Although he was feeling tired, he did not stop working.
  7. Although the sea was rough, the ship left harbour.
  8. Although he was hungry, he could not eat anything.

 

ANSWERS:

(a) Snakes have teeth but they do not chew their food.

(b) It was cold but they swam in the sea.

(c) It was hot but she wore thick coat.

(d) It was very dark but he could see someone outside the

(e) The sun was shining but they felt cold.

(f)He was feeling tired but he did not stop working.

(g) The sea was rough but the ship left harbour

(h) He was hungry but he could not eat any thing.

 

  1. READ THE EXAMPLES AND THEN CHANGEVTHE SENTENCES IN LHE SAME WAY.

The building was burning fiercely the firemen went inside

Although the building was burning fiercely, the firemen went inside.

There were big, black clouds in the sky it did not rain.

Although there were big, black clouds in the sky, it did not rain.

 

  1. It was a holiday but the men and women were working.

b, Some people were crossing the road but the car did not slow down,

c, It was raining heavily but the game of football continued.

  1. The desk was heavy but Maruf was able to carry it.
  2. The children were late but the lesson had not begun.
  3. The bus was hall but two men tried to get on.

g The dog was very small but it ate a great deal.

  1. The King Cobra is very poisonous but it does not usually attack people.

ANSWERS:

(a) Although it was a holiday, the men and women were working,

(b) Although some people were crossing the road, the car did not slow down,

(c) Although it was raining heavily, the game of football continued. ‘

(d) Although the desk was heavy, Maruf was able to carry it.

(e) Although the children were late, the lesson had not begun.

(f) Although the bus was full. two men tried to get on.

(g) Although the dog was very small; it ate great deal.

(h) Although the King Cobra is very poisonous it does not usually attack people.

 

5 THESE SENTENCES ARE IN THE WRONG ORDER PUT THEM IN THE RIGHT ORDER:

  1. She filled her bucket with water.
  2. ‘Help!’ she cried, and dropped the bucket of water.
  3. The little girl went down to the stream to fetch some water.
  4. lt quickly slid away into the long grass.
  5. The snake was frightened by the noise.
  6. Then she saw a snake by the side of the stream.

 

ANSWERS:

(a) The little girl went down to the stream to fetch some water.

(b) She filled her bucket with water.

(c) Then she saw a snake by the side of the stream.  

(d) “Help !” she cried, and dropped the bucket of water.

(e) It quickly slid away into the long grass.

 

 

6 WRITE THIS OUT ADDING PUNCTUATION MARKS AND CAPITAL LETTERS.

what is that in the grass asked tom

it looks like a snake said Zohra don’t touch it

no it isn’t said peter its only a piece of rope

ANSWER:

“What is that in the grass 7″ asked Tom.

It looks like a snake,” said Zohra,` “don’t touch it.”

“No, it isn’t,” said Peter, “it’s only a price of rope.”

 

CHAPTER# 7 VOLCANOES        P:36-39

  1. CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER:
  2. Inside a volcano there is
  3. boiling water.
  4. melted ice.
  5. steam. there is
  6. melted rock.
  7. cold water.
  8. The lava bursts out where THEIR IS
  9. a crack.
  10. a mountain.
  11. a cut,
  12. melted rock.
  13. water.
  14. When lava cools it becomes
  15. hard.

B, water.

  1. snow.

D, steam.

  1. liquid.
  2. We are told that Vesuvius has caused serious damage
  3. 6 times
  4. 7 times
  5. 8 times
  6. 9 times
  7. 10 times

 

  1. PUT A TICK BY THE TRUE SENTENCES AND A CROSS BY THE UNTRUE ONES:
  2. There are thousands of dead volcanoes in the world.
  3. When rock becomes very hot, it melts.
  4. All over the world the outside of the earth is thin and weak.
  5. A volcano is a mountain of lava with a hole down the middle.
  6. Mount Fujiyama sometimes throws out hot lava.
  7. Mount Vesuvius is sometimes quiet for many years.

 

  1. READ THE EXAMPLES AND CHANGE THE SENTENCES IN THE SAME WAY:

                                               I saw him at five o’clock.

1 have not seen him since five o’e1ock.

The volcano caused damage in 1914.

                 The volcano has not caused damage since 1914.

  1. We met in September,
  2. I went there in June,
  3. I went to the cinema on Monday,
  4. They went to Japan in 1971.
  5. I had a meal yesterday,

f I slept well last Thursday.

  1. He read a book in January.

h, She wrote to me in 2004.

  1. He swam in the river in June.

j . They saw her last week.

 

4-HOW MANY SENTENCES CAN YOU MAKE?

I have not met him

He has not written to me

No one has seen him

He has not played football

Since he went away.

he left school.

he became a soldier.

he went to live in Poona

 

  1. CHANGE THE SENTENCES USING SINCE:

I last saw her when she visited my mother.

I have not seen her since she visited my mother.

  1. He last went on a ship when he visited Singapore.
  2. I last ate a banana when my uncle gave me one.
  3. He last read a book when he was in hospital.
  4. She last went to the dentist when she was a little girl,
  5. She last bought a new dress when she was twelve years old.
  6. I last saw a tiger when I was in the Sundarbans.
  7. I last sat in a train when I went to Quetta.
  8. He last saw a snake when he went to the zoo.

 

  1. READ THE EXAMPLES. THEN FINISH EACH SENTENCE IN TWO WAYS USING SINCE:

He went away last year. (I have not seen him . _ .)

I have not seen him since he went away.

I have not seen him since last year.

I borrowed a book from the library in October. (I have not read anything .. .)

I have not read anything since I borrowed a hook from the library.

I have not read anything since last year.

  1. He went to work this morning. (I have not seen my father _ _ _)
  2. It left harbour last week. (No one has seen the ship _ _ _)
  3. I gave it to Uzma yesterday, (I have not seen the book _ _ .)
  4. It ran away last week. (I have not seen the deg , _ .) `
  5. It left Peshawar at five o’clock. (The aeroplane has not been seen . _ _)

f He came to see us in 2004. (We have not seen our uncle _ _ .)

  1. He Went to play in the park yesterday. (No one has seen the little boy . _ .)

 

CHAPTER# 8  A GREAT MOGHUL EMPEROR        P:40-43

EXERCISES (SOLVED)

  1. PUTTING A TICK BY THE TRUE SENTENCES AND A CROSS BY THE UNTRUE ONES

(a) Humayun was defeated by Sher Shah. T

(b) When Humayun died, he ‘was king of Delhi. T

(c) When Akbar was a boy, he fonght a battle against his uncle, Bairam Khan. F

(d) Himu was killed in battle. F

(e) Akbar burst into tears because he had to kill Himu. F

(f) Akbar wanted to rule over all the little states. F

(g) Akbar`s soldiers never did dangerous things. F

(h) Akbar did not rule over the whole of India. T

(i) Ruling wisely is always easier than winning battles. F

(j) Akbar read a great many books. F

(k) When Akbar became Emperor, no one had to pay taxes. F

(l) Akbar fought wars for the whole of his life. F

 

  1. FINISHING EACH GIVEN SENTENCE BY ADDING ONE OF THE GIVEN WORDS:

(a) It is dangerous to run across a busy street.

(b) it is careless to leave your books lying on the Hoof.

(c) It is cowardly to run away from danger.

(d) It is dishonest to keep things that do not belong to us.

(e) lt is impossible to swim under water.

(f) It is polite to say “Please” when we ask for something,

(g) ‘It is rude to lake something without saying “Thank you”.

(h)It is honest to return things that we find to their owners.

(i)t is foolish to swim in the sea when the red flag is flying.

(j)It is wise to think before speaking.

(k) It is pleasant to have a cool drink on a hot day.

(l)It is difficult to put a piece of string through the eye of a needle.

 

  1. CHANGING THE SENTENCES IN THE GIVEN WAY:
  2. It is easy to run.
  3. lt is hard to run up a steep hill.
  4. It is pleasant to lie in the sun.
  5. lt is exciting to ,read adventure stories.
  6. lt is wasteful to throw away good food.
  7. It is easy to float in the water.
  8. It ‘is not very difficult to swim.
  9. It is foolish to swim where the water is deep.
  10. It is sensible to swim where the water is shallow.
  11. It is healthy to sleep with the bedroom windows open.
  12. It is unhealthy to sleep with the bedroom windows closed.

 

  1. MAKING 48 SENTENCES:
  2. lt is easy for me to go by bus.
  3. It is easy for you to go by bus.
  4. It will be easy for me to go by bus.
  5. It will be easy for you to go by bus.
  6. It was easy for me to go by bus.
  7. It was easy for you to go by bus. .
  8. 1t wasn’t easy for me to go by bus. Q
  9. It wasn`t easy for you to go by bus. i
  10. It was easy for him to stay at home.
  11. It was easy for her to stay at home.
  12. It wasn’t easy for us to stay at home.
  13. It wasn’t easy for them to stay at home,
  14. It is easy for him to stay at home.

l4. It is easy for her to stay at home.

  1. It will be easy for him to stay at home.
  2. It will be easy for her to stay at home.

17 to 32. Please change “safer” in place of

“easy” in sentences No. l to l6 above.

33 to 48. Please change “possible” or “necessary” in place of “easy” in sentences No.

1 to I6 above.

 

  1. WRITING EACH SENTENCE IN ANOTHER WAY BEGINNING WITH THE GIVEN WORDS:

(a) It was easy for him to answer the questions.

(b) It was necessary for the workmen to pull down the house.

(c) It was impossible for her to see anything.

(d) It is possible for aero planes to fly long distances without stopping.

(e) It is difficult for the old man to see small things easily.

(f) It was impossible for her to write any faster

(g) It was not necessary for us to go to school.

(h) It was easy for him to swim two hundred  yards.

 

 

 

CHAPTER# 9  ROCKETS IN THE SKY        P:44-47

  1. PUT A TICK BY THE TRUE SENTENCES AND A CROSS BY UNTRUE ONES:
  2. The sky is blue. F
  3. There are little pieces of dust in the air. T
  4. There is air All around the world. T
  5. Aero planes can only Fly where the air is thin. X
  6. The sky is full of air. X
  7. Scientists did not know anything about the moon until they had sent rockets there.
  8. Rockets can travel where there is no air. T
  9. The moon is 240 kilometers away from the earth. F
  10. An aero plane will never he able to fly to the moon. T
  11. If we blow up a balloon, tie up the neck and then let go, the balloon will fly off. F
  12. A rocket is made of strong, light metal. T
  13. A rocket is pushed along by hot gas which rushes out from the end of the rocket. T
  14. Men have flown to the moon in rockets.
  15. Men have not flown to other worlds in rockets. T
  16. Rockets can go anywhere in space. T

 

  1. MAKE SENTENCES
 

 

I am

 

Glad

Sorry

afraid

sure

certain

pleased

thankful

 

 

that

 

 

it is finished.

that they have done it

he has gone.

Answers:

  • I am glad that it is finished.
  • I am Sorry that it is finished.
  • I am afraid that it is finished.
  • I am sure that it is finished.
  • I am certain that it is finished.
  • I am pleased that it is finished.
  • I am thankful that it is finished.

 

  • I am glad that they have done it.
  • I am Sorry that they have done it.
  • I am afraid that they have done it.
  • I am sure that they have done it.
  • I am certain that they have done it.
  • I am pleased that they have done it.
  • I am thankful that they have done it.

 

  • I am glad that he has gone.
  • I am Sorry that he has gone.
  • I am afraid that he has gone.
  • I am sure that he has gone.
  • I am certain that he has gone.
  • I am pleased that he has gone.
  • I am thankful that he has gone.

 

 

3 . FOR EACH PAIR QFSENTENCES WRITE ONE SENTENCE WITH THE SAME MEANING:

 

We have finished the book. I am glad.

I am glad that we have finished the book.

You knew the answer. I was pleased.

I was pleased that you knew the answer.

  1. Tomorrow is a holiday. I am glad.

b, I have not done my homework. I am sorry.

c, He knows where the book is. He is sure.

  1. Maruf will win the race. We are all certain.
  2. All the children are safe. We are thankful.
  3. Omer has invited us to his birthday party. We are pleased.
  4. She is not well. I am sorry.
  5. She is feeling better now, I am glad.
  6. You gave the correct answer. I am sure.
  7. This is the end of the exercise. I am thankful.

ANSWERS:

(a) I m glad that tomorrow is a holiday,

(b) I am sorry that I have not done my homework.

(c) He is sure that he knows where the book

(d) We are all certain that Maruf will win the race.

(e) We are thankful that all the children are safe.

(f) We are pleased that Omer has invited us to his birthday party.

(g) I am sorry that she is not well.

(h) I am glad that she is felling better now,

(i) I am sure that you gave the correct answer.

(j) I am thankful that this is the end of the exercise.

 

4 WRITE OUT THE PASSAGE AND PUT IN ALL THE PUNCTUATION AND CAPITAL LETTERS:

how is mary asked peter

she is much better said jane but she isnt coming to school today

im glad that shes better said peter.

ANSWERS:

“How is Mary ? I asked Peter.

 “She is much better, “said Jane, “but she is n’t coming to school today.”

“I’m glad that she’s better,” said Peter.

 

5 PUT THE SENTENCES IN THE RIGHT ORDER:

  1. He had his breakfast.
  2. The two boys went to the beach for a swim.
  3. Maruf came out.
  4. I-le went to Maruf’s home and knocked on the door.
  5. Omer got up very early.

ANSWERS:

(a) Omer got up very early.

(b) He had his breakfast.

(c) He Went to Maruf’s home and knocked at the door.

(d) Maruf came out.

(e) The two boys went to the beach for a swim.

 

CHAPTER#  10  OUR  WORLD      P:48-51(H)

EXERCISES (SOLVED)

  1. CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWERS:
  2. The earth is

A: almost like a ball.

B: flat like a ball.

C: just like a ball.

D: completely smooth

E: almost like a ball

 

  1. The side of the earth facing the sun

A: in darkness

B: smooth

C: in shadow.

D: in daylight.

E: flat

  1. which one of these sentences is true?

A: Ships used to fall off the edge of the earth.

B: The earth turns around twice a day.

C: The earth stops turning at night.

D: We can feel the earth moving.

E: The earth is moving in two different ways. (Correct Sentence)

 

  1. Which one of these sentences in NOT true?

A: Some places on earth are nearer the sun than other places.

B: When a place is nearer the sun, it is summer there.

C: The earth moves around the sun.

D: The earth takes 365 days to go around the sun. (Incorrect Sentence)

E:  A leap year has 366 days.

 

  1. (A) MAKE 12 SENTENCES
 

 

When I was

a baby

a small child

young

only four

younger

small

 

 

I used to

cry sometimes

read picture books,

play with little children,

stay at home,

hold my mother’s hand,

play in the park,

 

 

but I don’t now.

SOLUTION:

  1. (A) MAKING 12 SENTENCES
  2. When I was a baby, I used to cry sometimes, but I don’t know.
  3. When I was a small child, I used to read picture books, but I don`t know.
  4. When I was young, I used to stay at home, but 1 don’t know.
  5. When I was only four, I used to hold my mother`s hand, but I don’t know.
  6. When 1 was younger, fused to play in the park, but I don’t know.
  7. When I was small, I used to play with little children, but I don’t know; ‘
  8. When I was small, I used to stay at home, but I don’t know.
  9. When- I; was younger, I used to cry some; times, but I don’t know.
  10. When I was only four, I used to read picture books, but I don’t know.
  11. When I was young, I used to hold my n1other’s hand, but I don’t know.
  12. When I was small child, I used to play with the children, but I don’t know.
  13. When I was baby, I used to stay at home, but I don’t knew.

 

 (B) MAKE 12 SENTENCES

 

 

When I was

young

younger

very young

only a child

a baby

 

 

I didn’t use to

Read books,

Play football,

Go to school,

Listen to records,

Go to the cinema,

Swim in the sea,

 

 

but I do now.

SOLUTION:

 

(B) MAKING 12 SENTENCES

  1. When I was young, I didn’t’ use to go to school, but I do now.
  2. When I was young, I didn’t use to play football, but I do now.
  3. when I was younger, I didn’t use to go to he cinema, but I do now.
  4. When I was younger, I didn’t use to swim in the sea, but I do now.
  5. When I was very young, I didn’t use to swim in the sea, but I do now.
  6. When I was very young, I didn’t use to go to the cinema, but I do now.
  7. When I was only a child, I didn’t use to go to school, but I do now.
  8. When I was only a child, I didn’t use to play football, but I do now.
  9. When I was little, I didn’t use to read books, but I do now.
  10. When I was little, I didn’t use to listen to the records, but I do now.
  11. When I was a baby, I didn’t use to read books, but I do now,
  12. When I was a baby, I didn’t use to listen to the records, but I do now.

 

  1. GIVING SHORT ANSWERS (AS GIVEN):

(a) No, I didn’t.          (e) No, I didn’t.

(b) No, I didn’t.           (f) Yes, I did.

(c) No, I didn‘t.           (g) Yes, I did.

(d) No, I didn’t.           (h) Yes, I did.

 

  1. GIVING REPLIES LIKE THE ONES IN THE GIVEN EXAMPLES:

 

ANSWERS (a)

  1. No, I don’t. I used to live in Sialkot but I don’t now.
  2. No, I don’t. I used to go to school by bus but I don’t now.
  3. No, I don’t. I used to go to school by train but I don’t now.
  4. No, I don’t. I used to read picture books but I don’t now.
  5. No, I don’t. I used to play with toys but I don’t now.
  6. No, I don’t. I used to write with a pencil but I don’t now.
  7. NO, I don’t. I used to eat lots of sweets but I don’t now.
  8. NO, I don’t. I used to clean the black- board but I don’t now.
  9. No, I don’t. I used to sing in a choir but I don’t now.

10- No, I don’t. I used to play with little children but I don’t now.

(b)

Yes, I do. I didn’t use to swim in the sea but I do now.

Yes, I do I didn’t use to clean my teeth but I do now.

Yes, I do. I didn’t use “to comb my hail’ but I do now.

Yes, I do. I didn‘t use to go to school but I do now.

Yes, I do. I didn’t use to fly kites but I do now.

Yes, I do. I didn’t use to ride a bicycle but I do now.

Yes, I do. I didn’t use to go on picnics but I do now.

Yes, I do. I didn’t use to help my mother but I do now.

Yes, I do. I didn’t use to go fishing, but I do now.

Yes, I do. I didn’t use to like school but I do now.

 

CHAPTER#  11 THE TOP OF THE WORLD 1       P:52-55

1- CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER

  1. Men the best tried to climb Mount Everest in

A, 1922.

B.1924.

  1. 1928.
  2. 1929.
  3. 1953
  4. Men tried to climb Mount Everest
  5. once.
  6. twice.
  7. three times.
  8. four times.
  9. many times

 

2-PUT A TICK BY THE TRUE SENTENCES AND A CROSS BY THE UNTRUE ONES:

  1. No mountain in the world is higher than Mount Everest. T
  2. India is to the north of Mount Everest. X
  3. Mount Everest is very hard to climb. T
  4. It is difficult for climbers to breathe because the air is very cold. X
  5. The slopes on Mount Everest are very slippery. T
  6. Some people were killed when climbing Mount Everest. X
  7. Major John Hunt is a doctor. X
  8. Mount Everest is to the north of Nepal. T
  9. Altogether Major Hunt took 33 people with him. X
  10. There are rivers, trees and flowers on Mount Everest. X

 

 

3- HOW MANY GOOD SENTENCES CAN YOU MAKE?

 

 

 

 

 

 

I

saw

heard

watched

felt

made

let

 

Him

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the dog

  stop.

 

 

 

 

 

move,

 

 

 

 

to get into the car.

told

asked

ordered

allowed

permitted

advised

to

Answers:

WE CAN MAKE 72 GOOD SENTENCES

 

  1. I saw him stop.
  2. I heard him stop.
  3. I watched him stop.
  4. I felt him stop.
  5. I made him stop.
  6. I let him stop.
  7. I told him to stop.
  8. I asked him to stop.
  9. I ordered him to stop.
  10. I allowed him to stop.
  11. l permitted him to stop.
  12. I advised him to stop.
  13. I saw the dog stop.
  14. l heard the dog stop.
  15. I watched ‘the dog stop.
  16. I felt the dog stop.
  17. I made the dog stop.
  18. I let the dog stop.
  19. I told the dog to stop.
  20. I asked the dog to stop.
  21. I ordered the dog to stop. .
  22. I allowed the dog to stop.
  23. I permitted the dog to stop.
  24. I advised the dog to stop.
  25. I saw him move.
  26. I heard him move.
  27. I watched him move.
  28. I felt him move.
  29. I made him move.
  30. I let him move.
  31. I told him to move.
  32. I asked him to move.
  33. I ordered him to move.
  34. I allowed him to move.
  35. l permitted him to move.
  36. I advised him to move.
  37. I saw the dog move.
  38. l heard the dog move.
  39. I watched ‘the dog move.
  40. I felt the dog move.
  41. I made the dog move.
  42. I let the dog move.
  43. I told the dog to move.
  44. I asked the dog to move.
  45. I ordered the dog to move. .
  46. I allowed the dog to move.
  47. I permitted the dog to move.
  48. I advised the dog to move.
  49. I saw him get into the car.
  50. I heard him get into the car.
  51. I watched him get into the car.
  52. I felt him get into the car.
  53. I made him get into the car.
  54. I let him get into the car.
  55. I told him to get into the car.
  56. I asked him to get into the car.
  57. I ordered him to get into the car.
  58. I allowed him to get into the car.
  59. l permitted him to get into the car.
  60. I advised him to get into the car.
  61. I saw the dog get into the car.
  62. l heard the dog get into the car.
  63. I watched ‘the dog get into the car.
  64. I felt the dog get into the car.
  65. I made the dog get into the car.
  66. I let the dog get into the car.
  67. I told the dog to get into the car.
  68. I asked the dog to get into the car.
  69. I ordered the dog to get into the car.
  70. I allowed the dog to get into the car.
  71. I permitted the dog to get into the car.
  72. I advised the dog to get into the car.

 

4- JOIN THE SENTENCES:

He fell. I watched him. I watched him fall.

Uzma sang two songs. We heard her. We heard Uzma sing two songs.

 

  1. The door closed. I heard it.
  2. The ship sank. We saw it.
  3. He shouted for help. I heard him,
  4. The bus moved. I felt it.
  5. The dog sat down. He made it,
  6. Peter went outside. The teacher let him,
  7. The aeroplane landed. He saw it
  8. The bell rang. I heard it.
  9. The bus arrived. We saw it.
  10. The ground shook, I felt it.
  11. She did it again. l-le made her.
  12. The bird Hew away. We let it.

ANSWERS:

  1. JOINING THE GIVEN SENTENCES
  2. I heard the door close.
  3. We saw the ship sink.
  4. I heard him shout for help.
  5. I felt the bus move.
  6. He maids the dog sit down.
  7. The teacher let Peter go outside.
  8. He saw the aeroplane land.
  9. I heard the bell ring.
  10. We saw the bus arrive.
  11. I felt the ground shake.
  12. He made her do it again.
  13. We let the bird fly away.

 

5- GIVE ANSWERS LIKE THE ONES IN THE EXAMPLES:

Did you see Zia when he broke the window?

Yes, I saw Zia break the window.

Did you watch Susan when she dived into the water?

Yes, I watched Susan dive into the water.

 

  1. Did you see the aeroplane when it fell into the sea?
  2. Did you see the ear when it crashed into the tree?
  3. Did you see Uzma when she fell down the steps?
  4. Did you hear Zohra when she shouted?
  5. Did you watch the children when they climbed the tree?
  6. Did you hear the teacher when he spoke to you?

g.Did you watch the birds when they built their nest?

  1. Did you hear the blackboard when it fell over?

ANSWERS:

  1. Yes, I saw the aeroplane fall into the sea.
  2. Yes, I saw the car crash into the tree.
  3. Yes, I saw Uzma fall down the steps.
  4. Yes, I heard Zohra shout.
  5. Yes, I watched the children climb the tree.
  6. Yes, I heard the teacher speak to me.
  7. Yes, I watched the birds build their nest.
  8. Yes, I heard the blackboard fall over.

 

6- CHOOSE THE RIGHT ANSWER:

got

Yesterday I saw a man get on a bus that was already full. I heard

to get

 

asked                  got

the conductor ask the man get off and I heard the man

to ask            to get

 

say                                                                                                       to step

said that he would not. The conductor again politely asked him step

to say                                                                                                     stepped

 

move.

off the bus but the man refused moved. He said, I shall hit you if

to move.

 

to Stay

you do not let me stayed on the bus!  A policeman heard the man

Stay

 

to say                                  got

say this and made him get off at once.

said                               to get

 

CHAPTER#  12  TOP OF THE WORLD 2     P: 56-59

1-PUT A TICK BY THE TRUE SENTENCES AND A CROSS BY THE UNTRUE ONES:

  1. When they saw Mount Everest, they at once began to climb it. F
  2. Their first camp was made at the bottom of the mountain. T
  3. They practised climbing for three days. T
  4. The large piece of ice was dangerous because there were cracks in it. T
  5. Edmund Hillary was a good climber. T

E Sending climbers in advance made it safer for the others to follow. T

  1. When the men sent in advance found a good place to camp, they stayed I there and waited for the others to arrive. F
  2. Their second camp was made at a height of almost 5,700 metres. T
  3. Most of the climbers did not go higher than 6,600 metres. T
  4. Five climbers reached 8,205 metres. F
  5. Major Hunt reached a height of 643 metres from the top. T
  6. Hillary and Tenzing reached a height of 8,370 metres on May 28th. T
  7. After Hillary and Tenzing reached the top of Everest, the others also climbed to the top. F

 

2- CHANGE EACH SENTENCE IN TWO WAYS, FIRST USE: NOT AS…. AS.  THEN USE: LESS….THEN

A puppy is more playful than an old dog.

An old dog is not as playful as a puppy.

An old dog is less playful than a puppy.

A gun is more dangerous than a knife.

A knife is not as dangerous as a gun.

A knife is less dangerous than a gun.

 

  1. The first path was more difficult than the second path.
  2. John’s book is more exciting than Mary’s book.
  3. A cyclone is more dangerous than a thunderstone.
  4. Cows and sheep are more useful than eats and dogs.
  5. Buses are more comfortable than trams.
  6. A leather bag is more expensive than a plastic bag.
  7. Towns are noisier than villages.
  8. A newspaper reporter’s work is more interesting than a clerk’s work.
  9. Honesty is more important than cleverness.
  10. Smoking a cigarette is more dangerous to the health than smoking a pipe.
  11. The teacher said that Paul’s work was more satisfactory than Peter’s Work.

Answers:

(a) The second path was not as difficult as the first path.

      The second path was less difficult than the first path.

 

(b) Mary’s book is not as exciting as John’s.

      Mary’s book is less exciting than John`s book.

 

(c) A thunderstorm is not as dangerous as a cyclone.

     A thunderstorm is less dangerous than a cyclone.

 

(d) Cats and dogs are nut as useful as cows and sheep.

     Cats and dogs are less useful than cows and sheep.

 

(e) Trams are not as comfortable as’ buses.

     Trams are less comfortable than buses.

 

(f) A plastic bag is not as expensive as a leather bag.

     A plastic bag is Jess expensive than ‘a leather bag.

 

(g) Villages are not as noisy as towns.

      Villages are less noisy than towns.

 

(h) A clerk’s work is not as interesting ys a newspaper reporter’s work.

      A clerk’s work is less interesting than a newspaper reporter’s work.

 

(i) Cleverness is not as important as honesty.

     Cleverness is less important than honesty.

 

(j) Smoking a pipe is not as dangerous to health as smoking a cigarette,

     Smoking a pipe is less dangerous to health than smoking a cigarette.

 

(k) The teacher said that Peter’s work was not as Paul’s work.

      The teacher said that Peter`s work was less satisfactory than Paul’s work.

 

3-WRITE EACH SENTENCE IN ANOTHER WAY. DO NOT CHANGE THE MEANING. LIM ARE GIVEN THE BEGINNING OF EACH NEW SENTENCE:

 

  1. An old dog is not as playful as a puppy. A puppy………….
  2. A gun is more dangerous than a knife. A knife is less………… .
  3. A thunderstone is less dangerous than a cyclone. A thunderstorm is …………….
  4. A bicycle is less expensive than a car. A car; is………………..
  5. Eight marks out of ten are more satisfactory than six marks out of ten. Six marks out often are not ………………..
  6. Eating sweets is not as dangerous to the health as smoking cigarettes. Smoking cigarettes is………………..
  7. Plastic toys are less expensive than wooden toys. Wooden toys are………………….
  8. Writing compositions is less easy than reading a book. Writing compositions is ……………
  9. Being a newspaper reporter is more exciting than being a farmer. Being a farmer is less……
  10. Working in a library is not as noisy as Working in a factory. Working in a factory is…………
  11. Doing homework is not as pleasant as watching television, Doing homework is ………………
  12. Long trousers are not as comfortable as shorts. Long trousers…………………..
  13. A vest is not as expensive as a shirt. A vest……………………

 

Answers:

  1. A puppy is more playful than an old dog.
  2. A knife is less dangerous than a gun.
  3. A thunder-storm is not as dangerous as a cyclone.
  4. A car is more expensive than a bicycle.
  5. Six marks out of ten are not as satisfactory as eight marks out of ten.
  6. Smoking cigarettes is more dangerous to health than eating sweets.
  7. Wooden toys are more expensive than plastic toys.
  8. Writing composition is not easy as reading.
  9. Being a farmer is less exciting than being a newspaper reporter.
  10. Working in a factory is more noisy than working in a library.
  11. Doing home work is less pleasant than watching television.
  12. Long trousers are less comfortable than shorts.
  13. A vest is less expensive than a shirt.

 

4- WRITE OUT THIS PASSAGE PUTTING IN ALL THE PUNCTUATION AND CAPITAL LETTERS:

Whats the name of the highest mountain in the world asked peter

i don’t know said Helen do you know

no i don’t said peter lets ask miss ali

ANSWERS:

               “What’s the name of the highest mountain in the world 7” asked Peter, “I don’t know,” said Helen. “Do you know ?” “No, l don’t” said Peter. “Let’s ask Miss Ali.”

 

5- THESE SENTENCES ARE IN THE WRONG ORDER PUT THEM IN THE RIGHT ORDER:

  1. ‘Did you reach the top ?` their friends asked.
  2. The climbers reached the top of the mountain.
  3. ‘Yes, We did,’ they said.
  4. Then they climbed down again.
  5. They stuck a Hag in the snow in the highest place

ANSWERS:

(a) The climbers reached the top of the mountain.

(b) They stuck a flag in the snow in the highest place.

(c) Then they climbed down again.

(d) “Did you reach the top their friend asked.

(e) “Yes, we did,” they said.

 

CHAPTER#  13   SUMMERMONSOON    P: 60-63

1- PUT A TICK BY THE TRUE SENTENCES UND A CROSS BY THE UNTRUE ONES:

  1. Monsoon winds blow in different directions at different times of the year. T
  2. In the Indo-Pakistan region the north-east monsoon brings hot, wet weather. F
  3. ln the Indo-Pakistan region most rain falls in the winter. F
  4. Cold air always rises. F
  5. Winds that blow over the sea bring rain. F
  6. When moist air rises, rain falls. T
  7. Rainfall is usually highest near hills and mountains. T
  8. North of the Ganges the wind blows from the north-west in the winter. F
  9. Crops grow best when the weather is dry. F

 

2-CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER:

a-The summer monsoon blows for abut—————- months.

  1. six
  2. nine
  3. twelve
  4. two
  5. three

 

  1. The cool, dry weather lasts for about ————- months.
  2. three
  3. six
  4. two
  5. nine.
  6. twelve

 

c-Air over the sea is usually

  1. moist
  2. dry.
  3. hot.
  4. cold
  5. none of the above.

 

  1. South-east India and Sri Lanka have
  2. a lot of rain.
  3. very little rain.
  4. rain in summer only.
  5. rain in winter only.
  6. no rain.

 

  1. READ THE EXAMPLES. THEN CHANGE THE SENTENCES USING EITHER. . . OR.

a- You can have an apple or an orange but you can’t have both.

You can have either an apple or an orange;

1-You can have a pen or a pencil but you can’t have both.

2-You can have a cup or a glass but he can’t have both.

3-They can have some nuts or an orange but they can’t have both.

4-You can have a chair or a stool but you can’t have both.

5-She can have a book or a piece of paper but she can’t have both.

6-You can have coffee or tea but you can’t have both.

7-He can have a kite or an aeroplane but he can’t have both

8-She can have a new dress or a new pair of shoes but she can’t have both.

ANSWERS:

(a)

  1. You can have either a pen or a pencil.
  2. He can have either a cup or a glass.
  3. They can have either some nuts or a orange.
  4. You can have either a chair or a stool.
  5. She can, have a either book or a piece of paper. 

6.You can have either coffee or tea.

7.He can have either a kite or an aeroplane.

8.She can have either a new dress or a new pair of shoes.

 

 

 

b- I may write a letter. I may send a postcard

I shall either write a letter or send a postcard

We may go to Clifton. We may stay at home

We shall either go to Clifton or stay at home

 

I- We may play football. We may play basketball.

2- I may listen to the radio. I may watch television.

3- Tl1ey may go on a picnic. They may stay at home.

4- I may do my homework. I may read a book.

5- I may go by tram. I may take a bus.

6- I may see a doctor. I may go to the hospital.

7 We may have a lesson. We may watch television.

8- We may stay on the beach. We may go to the cinema.

ANSWERS:

(b)

  1. We shall either play football or play basket ball.
  2. I shall either listen to the radio or watch television.
  3. They will either go on a picnic or stay at home.
  4. I shall either do my homework or read a book.
  5. I shall either go by train or take bus.
  6. I shall either see a doctor or go to the hospital.
  7. We shall either have a lesson or go to the cinema.
  8. We shall either stay on the beach or go to the cinema.

 

c- Sometimes the weather is hot and wet; sometimes it is cold and dry

The weather is either hot and wet or cold and dry

The wind blows either from the north or from the south

I- Sometimes he wears an orange shirt. Sometimes he wears a purple one

2- Sometimes he goes home for Christmas. Sometimes he goes home for the New Year.

3- Sometimes cyclones travel north. Sometimes they travel north-west

4- Sometimes he meets his niece. Sometimes he meets his, nephew

5- Sometimes he goes to school by bus, sometimes he goes by car

6- Sometimes she sits on a chair. Sometimes she sits on a stool

ANSWERS:

(c)

  1. He wears either an orange shirt or a purple one.
  2. He goes home either for Christmas or for the New Year.
  3. Cyclones travel either north or northwest.
  4. He meets either his niece or his nephew.
  5. He goes to school either by bus or by car.
  6. She sits either on a chair or on a stool.

 

4- CHANGE THE SENTEMRES USING NEITHER…….. NOR:

Omer is DOI fat. Maruf is not fat.

Neither Omer nor Maruf is fat.

  1. Uzma is not tall. Zeb is not tall.
  2. The boys did not go home. The girls did not go home.

c, Zohra’s dress is not purple. Helen’s dress is not purple.

  1. Omer’s shirt is not orange; David’s shirt is not orange.
  2. Mr Ali’s niece did not go to see him. His nephew did not go to see him

Sometimes the wind blows from the north. Sometimes it blows from the

Omer’s composition was not satisfactory. Maruf’s composition was not satisfactory.

The tomatoes were not ripe. The apples were not ripe.

The boys did not play basketball. The girls did not play basketball.

ANSWERS:

  1. Neither Uzma nor Zeb is tall.
  2. Neither the boys nor the girls went home.
  3. Neither Zohra’s nor Helen’s dress is purple.
  4. Neither Omer’s nor David’s shirt is orange.
  5. Neither Mr. Ali’s niece nor his nephew went to see him.
  6. Neither Omer’s nor Maruf’s composition was satisfactory.
  7. Neither the tomatoes nor the apples were ripe.
  8. Neither the boys nor the girls were playing football.

 

CHAPTER# 14    THE WOODEN HORSE   P: 64-67

1-PUT A LICK BY THE TRUE .RENIENCES AND A CROSS BY THE UNTRUE ONES.

  1. The story of the Wooden Horse is part of a long poem. T
  2. King Menelaus and his Wife Helen lived in Troy. F
  3. Paris was a Trojan. T
  4. Helen Went to Troy to live with Paris. T
  5. Menelaus Wanted to get Helen back. T
  6. Agamemnon was the brother of Paris. F
  7. Troy was along distance from the sea. F
  8. The Greeks attacked Troy for ten years without getting inside. T
  9. Agamemnon was the best Greek soldier. F
  10. Achilles stayed in his tent because of a quarrel with Agamemnon. F
  11. When the Trojans came out of the city and attacked the Greeks, a friend of Achilles was killed. T
  12. Achilles became very angry and killed Paris. F
  13. After they had left the wooden horse outside the Wall of the city, the Greeks Went back to Greece. F
  14. The Trojans opened the gates of the city and took the wooden horse through the gates into the city. F
  15. When the Greeks returned, the soldiers came out from inside the horse and them into the city. F
  16. Helen was killed. F

 

2- MAKE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS LIKE THE ONES IN THE EXAMPLES:

  1. an apple/an orange

Would you like an apple?

I’d rather have an orange,

a kite/a bicycle

Would you like a kite?

l`d rather have a bicycle.

  1. a pencil/a pen
  2. some sweets/an ice cream

3 a saucer/a plate

  1. some tomatoes/a cake
  2. a potato/an apple
  3. a rabbit/a dog
  4. a pen/a radio
  5. a wrist watch/a camera
  6. a puppy/an old dog
  7. a spoonful of medicine / sweet
  8. some honey/some jam
  9. a goat/a cow

ANSWERS:

(a)

1- Would you like a pencil?

I’d rather have a pen.

2.Would you like some sweets?

I’d rather have an ice-cream.

 

3.Would you like a saucer?

I’d rather have a plate.

 

4.Would you like some tomatoes?

I’d rather have a cake.

 

5.Would you like a potato?

I’d rather have an apple.

 

6.Would you like a rabbit?

I’d rather have a dog.

 

7.Would you like a pen?

I`d rather have a radio.

8.Would you like a wrist watch?

I`d rather have a camera.

 

9.Would you like a puppy?

I’d rather have any old dog.

 

10.Would you like a spoonful of medicine?

l`d rather have a sweet.

 

11.Would you like some honey ?

I’d rather have some jam.

 

12.Would you like a goat?

I’d rather have a cow.

 

 

go to the zoo/go to the cinema

Would you like to go to the zoo?

I’d rather go to the cinema.

ride in a taxi/ride in an aeroplane

Would you like to ride in a taxi?

l’d rather ride in an aeroplane,

 

  1. ride in a rickshaw/ride in a taxi.
  2. sit on a stool/sit on a chair.
  3. swim in a river/swim in the sea.
  4. go somewhere by train/walk.
  5. do some arithmetic/do some English.
  6. do some work/go to sleep.
  7. go to Japan/go to England.
  8. read some poetry/read a story.
  9. work in an office/work in a factory.
  10. be a bus driver/be a pilot.
  11. go shopping/go to the library.
  12. live in Lahore/live in Peshawar.

ANSWERS:

(b)

  1. Would you like to ride a rickshaw?

I’d rather ride in a taxi.

 

  1. Would you like to sit on a stool?

I’d rather sit on a chair.

 

  1. Would you like to swim in a river?

I’d rather swim in a sea.

 

  1. Would you like to go somewhere by train?

I’d rather walk.

 

  1. Would you like to do some arithmetic?

I’d rather do some English.

 

  1. Would you like to do some work?

I’d rather go to sleep.

 

  1. Would you like to go to Japan?

I’d rather go to England.

 

  1. Would you like to read some poetry?

I’d rather read a story.

 

  1. Would like to work in an office?

I’d rather working at factory.

 

  1. Would you like to be a bus-driver?

I’d rather be a pilot.

 

  1. Would you like to go shopping ?

I’d rather go to the library?

 

12.Would you like to live in Lahore?

I’d rather live in Peshawar.

 

3- GIVE ANSWERS LIKE THE ONES IN THE EXAMPLES:

Would you rather have a peanut or a banana?

I’d rather have a banana than a peanut.

Would you rather go to bed or listen to the radio?

I’d rather listen to the radio than go to bed.

 

  1. Would you rather have a biscuit or some fruit?
  2. Would you rather play games or do your homework?
  3. Would you rather have a brother or a sister?
  4. Would you rather learn poetry or write an exercise?
  5. Would you rather have bread and jam or bread and honey?
  6. Would you rather own a goat or a dog?
  7. Would you rather watch sports or play in a football match?
  8. Would you rather wear shorts or long trousers?
  9. Would you rather be bitten by a crab or by a shark?
  10. Would you rather go to the beach or go to the cinema?

Answers:

(a) I’d rather have some fruit than a biscuit.

(b) I’d rather do my homework than play games.

(c) I`d rather have a sister than have a brother.

(d) I’d rather write an exercise than learn Poetry.

(e) !’d rather have bread and honey than have bread and jam.

(f) I’d rather own A dog than own a goat.

(g) I’d rather play in a football match than watch sports.

(h) I’d rather wear long trousers than wear Shorts.

(i) I’d rather ‘ne bitten by a shark than be bitten by a crab.

(j) I’d rather go to cinema than go to the beach.

 

4-PRACTISE THIS CONVERSATION WITH YOUR TEACHER OR A FRIEND USE OTHER WORDS IN PLACE OF ORANGE  AND ORANGES.

  1. Which ORANGE would you like? You can have either of them.
  2. I don’t want either of the ORANGES, Neither of them is very nice.

ANSWERS:

                    Do yourself

CHAPTER#   15 ROBERT BRUCE AND SPIDER    P: 68-71

  1. PUT A TICK BY THE TRUE SENTENCES AND CROSS BY THE UNTRUE ONES.
  2. The story happened in the north pan of England. T
  3. Edward I was the King of Scotland. F
  4. The Scots did not want to be ruled by Edward. T
  5. Robert Bruce won all the battles because he fought bravely. F
  6. Ruben went to the hut on the island to have a rest before attacking the English again. X
  7. The spider was trying to make a web from the ceiling to the floor. T
  8. When the thread broke, the spider dropped to the floor and was killed. F
  9. The spider tried again and again until it succeeded. T
  10. Robert went back to Scotland where he had a big army. F
  11. King Edward and the English army were in England. F
  12. King Edward I died on the way to Scotland. T
  13. Robert Bruce was a better soldier than Edward II. T
  14. The English lost the battle of Bannock Bum because their army was smaller than the Scottish army. F

 

2- MAKE 28 SENTENCES.

 

 

 

The food

is

is being

had been

was

was being

had been

will be

 

 

Cooked

 

 

eaten

 

 

 

by

 

 

The children.

 

 

Miss Ali.

ANSWERS:

28 SENTENCES FROM THE GIVEN TABLE

 

  1. The food is cooked by me children.
  2. The food is being cooked, by the children.
  3. The food has been cooked by the children
  4. The food was cooked by the children.
  5. The food was being cooked by the children.
  6. The food had been cooked by the children.
  7. The food will be cooked by the children.
  8. The food` will be eaten by the children.
  9. The food had been eaten by the children.
  10. The food was being eaten by the children.
  11. The food was eaten by the children.
  12. The food has been eaten by the children.
  13. The food is being eaten by the children.
  14. The food is eaten by the children.
  15. The food is cooked by me Miss Ali.
  16. The food is being cooked, by the Miss Ali.
  17. The food has been cooked by the Miss Ali
  18. The food was cooked by the Miss Ali.
  19. The food was being cooked by the Miss Ali.
  20. The food had been cooked by the Miss Ali.
  21. The food will be cooked by the Miss Ali.
  22. The food` will be eaten by the Miss Ali.
  23. The food had been eaten by the Miss Ali.
  24. The food was being eaten by the Miss Ali.
  25. The food was eaten by the Miss Ali.
  26. The food has been eaten by the Miss Ali.
  27. The food is being eaten by the Miss Ali.
  28. The food is eaten by the Miss Ali.

 

 

3- GIVE THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS.

The purse was (find) by a little girl.

The purse was found by a little girl.

  1. Every Week the money is (collect) by the teacher.
  2. The work is being (do) by ten workmen.
  3. The branch of the tree had been (break) by the wind.
  4. The thief was (see) by Mr. Ali and was (catch) by a policeman.
  5. When we arrived, the school was being (paint).
  6. There was no meat on the table because it had been (eat) by the dog.
  7. The poetry will be (read) by one of the girls.
  8. The bill for the broken window will be (pay) by my father.
  9. Coal is (dig) out of the ground by coal miners.
  10. The covers of the books had been (eat) by cockroaches,

ANSWERS:

  1. Every week the money is collected by the teacher.
  2. The work is being done by the workmen.
  3. The branch of the tree had been broken by the wind.
  4. The thief was seen by the Ali and was caught by a policeman.
  5. When we arrived, the school was being painted.
  6. There was no meat on the table because it had been eaten by the dog.
  7. The poetry will be read by one- of the girls.
  8. The bill for the broken window will be paid by my father.
  9. Coal is dug out of ground by coal miners
  10. The covers of the books had been eaten cockroaches.

 

4- READ THE EXAMPLES. THEN CHANGE THE SENTENCES IN THE SAME WAY:

A paper clip fastened the sheets of paper together.

The sheets of paper were fastened together by a paper clip.

A big lorry knocked down the railing.

The railing was knocked down by a big lorry.

  1. Thieves attacked the traveler.
  2. A snake had bitten the little boy.
  3. A rich man bought the ring in the shop window,
  4. The police have caught all the thieves,
  5. Mrs Jan will give the prizes to the prize winners.
  6. Two men are repairing the ear.
  7. Mrs Jan and Uzma are making the new curtains tbr the window.
  8. The wind blew down the tree.
  9. All the children quickly obeyed the order.
  10. A shark bit the fisherman.

ANSWERS:

The traveler was attacked by thieves.

The little boy had been bitten by a snake.

The ring in the shop Window was bong by a rich man.

All the thieves have been caught by the police.

The prize-winners will be given the prize by Mrs. Jan.

 The car is being repaired by two men.

The new curtains for the window are made by Mrs. Jan and Uzma.

The trees were blown down by the wind.

The order was quickly obeyed by all the children.

The fisherman was bitten by a shark.

 

5- WRITE EACH SENTENCE IN ANOTHER WAY. DO NOT CHANGE THE MEANING. YOU ARE GIVEN THE BEGINNING EACH NEW SENTENCE:

Omer and his friends made the kite.

The kite was made by Omer and his friends,

One of the children rang the bell.

The bell was rung by one of the children.

  1. Maruf broke the desk. The desk…….
  2. Mr Jan did Uzma`s homework for her. Uzma’s ……………
  3. A little dog bit Omer in the leg. Omer ………….
  4. A fat, cheerful man was driving the bus. The bus………
  5. A sharp stone had scratched the side of the car. The side ………….
  6. Her cousin invited Zeb to spend the weekend with her. Zeb ………….
  7. Mr Shah will pay the bill for the meal. The bill ………..
  8. A railing divided the playground into two parts. The playground………..
  9. Cockroaches are eating some of the things in the cupboard. Some of………..
  10. People in cold countries use coal for making fire. Coal………….
  11. A paper clip fastens one piece of paper to the other. One piece…………
  12. Some of the girls will make the curtains for the school stage. The curtains……….

ANSWERS:

(a) The desk was broken by Maruf.

(b) Uzma’s work was done by Mr. Jan for her.

(c) Omer was bitten in the leg by a little dog.

(d) The bus was being driven by a fat, cheer man.

(e) The side of the car had been scratched by a sharp stone.

(f) Zeb was invited by het cousin to spend the weekend with her.

(g) The bill for the meal will be paid by Mr. Shah.

(h) The playground was divided by a railing into two parts.

(i) Some of the things in the cupboard are being eaten by cockroaches.

(j) Coal is used for making fire by people in cold countries.

(k) Once piece of paper is fastened to the other by a paper clip.

(l) The curtains will be made for the school stage by some of the girls.

 

6- THESE SENTENCES ARE IN THE WRONG ORDER PUT THEM IN THE RIGHT ORDER:

  1. The fishermen pulled the fishing net into the boat.
  2. It tried to bite one of the fishermen.
  3. There was a small shark among the fish.
  4. He hit it on the head with a stick.
  5. It was full of fish.
  6. They sailed the boat back to harbour.

ANSWERS:

(a) The fishermen pulled the fishing net into the boat.

(b) It was full of fish.

(c) They sailed the boat back to harbour.

  1. d) There was a small shark among the fish.

(e) It tried lo bite one of the fishermen.

(f) He hit it on the head with a stick.

CHAPTER# 16 OMER & THE GOOD FAIRY: 1     P: 72-75

1-CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER:

  1. How did Omer loam to read?
  2. His mother taught him.
  3. His father taught him.
  4. He learnt at school.
  5. Shabnam taught him.
  6. From an old book.

 

  1. Omer thought that Shabnam
  2. teach him.
  3. play to him.

would C. pay his school fees

  1. look after him.
  2. walk with him.

 

  1. Shabnam lived

A, in the jungle

  1. in Nurpur.
  2. in the village
  3. in the sky
  4. at the school.

 

  1. Omer did not eat his lunch at school because he
  2. lost it.
  3. gave it to the animals.
  4. was very happy.
  5. was poor.
  6. was too busy.

 

2- PUT A TICK BY THE TRUE SENTENCES AND A CROSS BY UNTRUE ONES:

  1. The village school was fourteen miles away. F
  2. Omer did not have much food to eat. T
  3. The teacher was pleased with Omer. T
  4. The little animals were not afraid of Sher Khan. F
  5. Omer was frightened of Sher Khan at first. T

 

3- READ THE EXAMPLES. THEN CHANGE THE SENTENCES IN THE SAME WAY:

  1. I can’t swim.  I wish l could swim but I can’t.

He won’t help me.     I wish he would help me but he won’t.

 

1-I can’t sing.

2-He won’t tell me.

3-Omer can’t come.

4-She won’t help me.

5-We can’t play football.

6-They won’t sit down.

7-I can’t find my book.

8-He won’t show it to me.

9-She can’t do it.

10- I can’t see it.

 

b-I don’t know his name. I wish I knew his name but I don’t.

I live in Saddar. I wish I didn’t live in Saddar but I do.

 

1-I don’t know the answer.

2-I don’t understand it.

3-I don’t sleep well.

4-She doesn’t live near me.

5-I don’t like ice cream.

6-I sit in the front of the class.

7-I like sweets.

8-I have a headache.

9-We do homework every night.

10- We have arithmetic twice a day.

 

c-I am not rich. I wish I were rich but I’m not.

She is sad. I wish she were not sad but she is.

 

1-I am not grown-up.

2-He is not here.

3-She is not my sister.

4-I am not tall.

5-They are not coming.

6-I am afraid.

7-He is ill.

8-The shop is closed.

9-It is raining.

10- Apples are rotten.

 

d-I did not meet her. I wish I had met her but I didn’t.

I broke the window. I wish I had not broken the window but I did.

  1. I did not go there.
  2. I did not go it.
  3. He did not buy one.
  4. She did not buy one.
  5. I did not see the film.
  6. I told her.
  7. The dog bit him.
  8. The ball broke the window.
  9. We lost the ball.
  10. I broke my pen.

ANSWERS:

(a)

  1. I wish I could sing but I can’t.
  2. I wish he would tell me but he won’t.
  3. I wish Omer could come but he can’t.
  4. I wish she would help me but she won’t.
  5. I wish we could play football but we can’t.
  6. I wish they would sit down but they won’t.
  7. I wish I could find my book but I can’t.
  8. I wish he would show it to me but he won’t.
  9. I wish she could do it but she can‘t.
  10. I wish I could see it but 1 can’t.

(b)

  1. I wish I knew the answer but I don’t.
  2. I wish I understood the bill. I don’t.
  3. I wish I slept well but I don’t.
  4. l wish she lived near me but she doesn’t.
  5. I wish I liked ice-cream but I don’t.
  6. I wish I didn’t sit in the front of the class but I do.
  7. 1 wish I didn’t like sweets but 1 do.
  8. I wish I clidn’t have a headache but I do (have).
  9. I wish we didn’t do homework ‘ every night but we do.
  10. I wish we didn’t have arithmetic twice a day but we do (have).

(c)

  1. I wish I were grown up but I’m not.
  2. I wish he were here but he is not.
  3. I wish she were my sister but she is not.
  4. I wish I were tall but I am not.
  5. I wish they were coming but they are not.
  6. I wish I were not afraid but I am.
  7. I wish he were not ill but he is.
  8. I wish the shops were not closed but it is.
  9. l wish it were not raining but it is.
  10. I wish I had not broken my pen but I did.

 

4- READ THE EXAMPLES. THEN PUT EITHER WISH OR HOPE IN THE BLANK SPACES:

I wish I could go to the cinema tomorrow, but I can’t. mother won’t let me.

I wish I sat at the back of the class but I don’t. I sit at the front.

I hope I sit at the back of the class next term when we go into a new classroom.

Perhaps I will.

I wish it were not raining but it is.

I hope it does not rain tomorrow. It may but perhaps it won’t.

I wish I had not broken my pen. Now I have nothing to write with.

I hope I have not broken my pen. It may be broken but perhaps it isn’t.

  1. I _ _ _ I can go swimming tomorrow. I will ask my mother.

b .I _ _ _ I could go swimming tomorrow but I cannot.

  1. I _ _ _ he would give us some sweets but he won’t.
  2. I _ _ _ he gives us some sweets when we see him tomorrow.
  3. I _ _ _ I could join a library but there isn’t one near my home.

f . I _ _ _ I can join a library when we move Lo a new flat.

  1. I _ _ . I were not ill but I am and I must slay in bed.

h .I _ _ _ I am not ill because ifl am I shall have to stay in bed.

  1. I _ _ _ you had not painted the door pink. It looks silly!
  2. What colour have you painted the door?

I _ _ _ you have not painted it pink!

 

ANSWERS:

(a) I hope I can go swimming tomorrow. I will ask my mother.

(b) I wish I shall go swimming tomorrow but I cannot.

(c) I wish he would give us some sweets but he’ won’t.

(d) I hope he gives some sweets when we see him tomorrow.

(e) 1 wish 1 could join a library but there isn’t one near my home.

(f) I hope I can join a library when we move to a new Hat.

(g) I wish I were not ill but I am and I must stay in bed.

(h) I hope I am not ill because 1 am I shall have to staying bed.

(i) I wish you, had not painted the door pink.

(j) What colour have you painted the door I wish you have not painted it pink.

 

CHAPTER# 17 OMER AND THE GOOD FAIRY: 2  P:76-79

1- PUT A RICK BY THE TRUE SENTENCES AND A CROSS BY THE UNTRUE ONES:

  1. When he reached home, Omer told his mother all about Sher Khan. F
  2. The other boys did not like Omer because he was top of the class. T
  3. Omer was now afraid of Sher Khan. F
  4. Omer was the last boy to give the teacher a present. T
  5. The teacher shared Omer’s lunch with him. T
  6. Omer did not go to sleep that night. F
  7. There were no cakes in Omer’s basket the next morning. T

2-CHANGE EACH SENTENCE IN TWO WAYS UXING DON’T NEED AND NEEDN’T

We don’t have to work. We don’t need to Work.

We needn’t work.

  1. We don’t have to pay because it is free,
  2. We don’t have to swim because there is a ferry,
  3. We don’t have to wear a coat in the summer.
  4. He doesn’t have to wear a tie at his school.
  5. She doesn’t have to go to school until nine o’clock.

If A dog doesn’t have to wear a collar when it is a small puppy.

ANSWERS:

(a) We don’t need to pay because it is free.

We needn’t pay because it is free.

 

(b) We don’t need to swim because there is a ferry.

We needn’t swim because there is a ferry.

 

(c) We don’t need to wear a coat in the summer.

We needn’t wear a coat in the summer.

 

(d) He doesn’t need to wear a tie at his school.

He needn’t wear a tie at his school.

 

(e) She doesn’t need to go to school until nine o’clock.

She needn’t go to school until nine o’clock.

 

(f) A dog doesn‘t need to wear a collar when it is a small puppy.

A dog needn’t wear a collar when it is a small puppy.

 

3- CHANGE EACH SENTENCE USING DIDN’T NEED

We didn’t have to get up early yesterday because it was a holiday.

We didn’t need to get up early yesterday because it was a holiday.

 

  1. Maruf didn’t have to go to the doctor yesterday because he felt much better
  2. Omer didn’t have to clean his shoes this morning because Uzma had cleaned them.
  3. Uzma didn’t have to sew her dress yesterday because her mother did it for her.
  4. I didn’t have to buy the book because my uncle bought it for me,
  5. We didn’t have to take any food on the picnic because Mrs Shah took plenty
  6. I didn’t have to clean the board at the end of the last lesson because someone.

 

ANSWERS:

(a) Maruf didn’t need to go to the doctor yesterday because he felt much better yesterday.

(b) Omer didn’t need to clean his shoes this morning because Uzma had cleaned them.

(c) Uzma didn’t need to saw her dress yesterday because her mother did it for her.

(d) I didn’t need to buy the book because my uncle bought it for me.

(e) We didn’t need to take any food on the picnic because Mrs. Shah took plenty.

(f) I didn’t need to clean the board at the end of the last lesson because someone had already cleaned it.

 

4- READ THE EXAMPLES. THEN GIVE YES AND NO ANSWERS IN THE SMNE WAY:

Must I do it again?  Yes, You must do it again.

No, you needn’t do it again,

  1. Must she do it again?
  2. Must they go?
  3. Must he stand up?
  4. Must they wear ties?
  5. Must I change my shin?
  6. Must we finish the exercise?
  7. Must we take umbrellas?
  8. Must we read the book?
  9. Must he clean the board?
  10. Must we stop now?

ANSWERS:

(a) Yes, she must do it again.

No, she needn’t do it again.

 

(b) Yes, they must go.

No, they needn’t go.

 

(c) Yes, he must stand up.

No, he needn’t stand up.

 

(d) Yes, they must wear ties.

No, they needn’t wear ties.

 

(e) Yes, I must change my shirt.

No, I needn’t change my shirt.

 

(f) Yes, we must finish the exercise.

No, we needn’t finish the exercise.

 

(g) Yes, we must take umbrellas.

No, we needn’t take umbrellas.

 

(h) Yes, we must read the book.

No, we needn’t read the book.

 

(i) Yes, he must clean the board.

No, he needn’t clean the board.

 

(j) Yes, we must stop now.

No, we needn’t stop now.

 

5- READ THE EXAMPLES. THEN CHANGE THE SENTENCES INTO QUESTIONS IN THE SAME WAY

We must go to school today.

We must go to school today, mustn’t we?

We needn’t go to school tomorrow.

We needn’t go to school tomorrow, need We?

  1. He must do it again.
  2. They must wear coats.
  3. We needn’t go home yet.
  4. He must pay the rent.
  5. Firemen must be brave,
  6. We mustn’t throw Waste paper on to the ground,
  7. She needn’t do it again.
  8. l needn’t sweep the Hoor.
  9. She mustn’t be afraid.
  10. I needn’t change my shoes.
  11. He must give you another one.
  12. We must keep our school clean
  13. We needn’t do any work.

ANSWERS:

(a) He must do it again, mustn’t he?

,(b) They must wear coats, mustn’t they?

,(c) We needn’t go home yet, need we?

(d) He must pay the rent, mustn‘t he ?

(e) Firemen must be brave, mustn‘t they ‘?

(f) We mustn’t throw waste-paper on the ground, must we?

(g) She needn’t do it again, need she?

(h) I needn’t sweep the door, need?

(i) She mustn’t be afraid, must she?

(j) I needn’t change my shoes, need?

(k) He must give you another one, mustn’t he?

(I) We must keep our school clean, mustn’t we?

(m) We needn’t do any work, need we?

 

6- PUT IN ALL THE PUNCTUATION AND CAPITAL LETTERS:

your shirt is very dirty Mrs. shah said to omer you must change it at once

|.ll puppy. must i change my shorts too asked omer

no you needn’t replied his mother

 

ANSWERS:

“Your shirt is Very dirty,” Mrs. Shah said to Omer, “You must change it at once.”

“Must I change my shorts too ‘!” asked Omer.

“No, you needn’t”, replied his mother.

 

7- CHECK THAT YOU REMEMBER THE MEANINGS OFTHESE WORDS AND THAT YUO CAN PRONOUNCE AND SPELL THEM CORRECTLY:

  1. once, twice, nowadays, afterwards, upwards, indoors, outdoors, outside.

b, across, against, beneath, between, close to, next to, through, towards, underneath

c, cost, price, sell, sale, scales, weight, wrap,

 

ANSWERS:

Note:

          Boys and girls should learn by heart the meanings, spellings and pronunciation of all the given words. 

 

CHAPTER# 18  JOURNEY TO THE MOON 1   P:80-83

1- CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER:

  1. Some people said that there was nothing living on the moon because

A, it was too far away.

  1. it was too hot.
  2. it was too cold.
  3. there was no Water.
  4. there were no living plants.
  5. The lines and circles that we can see on the moon are
  6. face of the moon.
  7. marks on the telescope.
  8. mountains, valleys and holes.
  9. plains.
  10. rivers.
  11. Scientists now know
  12. a little
  13. a great deal
  14. a few facts about the moon.
  15. not much
  16. nothing

 

  1. The moon is different from the earth because it is
  2. hotter and colder.
  3. hotter.

C . colder.

  1. bigger.
  2. heavier.

 

2-PUT A TICK THE TRUE SENTENCES AND A CROSS BY THE UNTRUE ONES:

  1. Men first travelled to the moon hundreds of years ago. F
  2. Everyone said that there were living plants on the moon. F
  3. Men have gone to the moon in rockets,T
  4. Days on the moon are fourteen times as long as days on the earth. T
  5. We could not live on the moon unless we wore special clothes. T

 

3-

a-Make 12 sentences:

 

Whenever

the bus stops.

the train reaches a station,

the train comes to a stop,

 

the doors are opened.

some people get on.

some people get off.

Mr Jan reads his newspaper.

ANSWER:

 (a) and (b) Making l2+12 sentences from the two tables :

  1. Whenever the bus stops, the doors are opened.
  2. Whenever the bus slops, some people get on.
  3. Whenever the bus stops, some people get off.
  4. Whenever the bus stops, Mr. Jan reads his newspaper.
  5. Whenever the train reaches a station, the doors are opened.
  6. Whenever the train reaches , a station, some people get on.
  7. Whenever the train reaches a station, some people get off.
  8. Whenever the train reaches 21 station, Mr. Jan reads his newspaper.
  9. Whenever the train comes yo a stop, the doors are opened.
  10. Whenever the train comes to a stop, some people get on.
  11. Whenever the train comes to a stop, some people get 0ff.
  12. Whenever the train comes to a stop, Mr. Jan reads his newspaper.

 

b- Make 12 sentences

Wherever they go,

they stay,

they go for a holiday,

they make many friends.

they buy a map.

they enjoy themselves.

they write to us.

ANSWERS:

  1. Wherever they go, they make many friends.
  2. Wherever they go, they buy a map.
  3. Wherever they go, they enjoy themselves.
  4. Wherever they go, they write to us.
  5. Wherever they stay, they make many friends.
  6. Wherever they stay, they buy a map.
  7. Wherever they stay, they enjoy themselves.
  8. Wherever they stay, they write to us.
  9. Wherever they go for a holiday, they make many friends.
  10. Wherever they go for a holiday, they buy it map.
  11. Wherever they go for a holiday, they enjoy themselves.
  12. Wherever they go for a holiday, they write to us.

 

4- READ THE EXAMPLES. THEN CHANGE THE SENTENCES IN THE SAME WAY.

Every time I saw him he was asleep.

Whenever I saw him, he was asleep.

He took a book everywhere he went.

Wherever he went, he took a book.

  1. Every time the bus stopped someone got off
  2. Everywhere he went the dog followed him.
  3. Every time Miss Jan explained something all the children understood.
  4. She took her cousin with her everywhere she went.
  5. Every time she went shopping she carried a little yellow bag.
  6. Every time they had physical education, they changed their clothes.
  7. Everywhere the hen went, it laid an egg.
  8. Every time we meet someone for the first time we should say, “How do you do?
  9. Every time we have a fever, We should go to bed.
  10. He gave money to poor people everywhere he went.

ANSWERS:

Changing the sentences in the given way:

  1. Whenever the bus stopped, someone got off.
  2. Wherever he went, the dog followed him.
  3. Whenever Miss Ian explained something, all the children understood.
  4. Wherever she went, she took her cousin with her.
  5. Whenever she went shopping, she carried a little yellow bag.
  6. Whenever they had physical education, they changed their clothes,
  7. Wherever the hen went, it laid an egg.
  8. Whenever we meet someone for the first time, we should say, “How do you do?”
  9. Whenever we have a fever, we should go to bed.
  10. Wherever he went, he gave money to poor people.

 

5- USE WHATEVER WHICHEVER OR WHOEVER, IN PLACE OF THE WORDS IN ITALICS:

Everything he said was true.

Whatever he said was true.

You can have any book you want.

You can have whichever book you want,

She smiled and spoke to everyone she met.

She smiled and spoke to whoever she met.

  1. Everything he asked for was given to him.
  2. He broke every chair he sat on.
  3. Everyone who met her never forgot her,
  4. He likes to put plenty of sauce on everything he eats,
  5. She writes her name and address on everything she takes to school.
  6. We should always be polite to everyone We meet.
  7. You can write about anything you like.
  8. You can sit in any desk you like.
  9. It does not matter which road you take, you will reach the town.
  10. It does not matter who you meet, you should be kind to them.

ANSWERS:

USING WHATEVER, WHICHEVER AND, WHOEVER IN PLACE OF THE WORDS IN ITALICS IN THE GIVEN SENTENCES

(a) Whatever he asked for was given to him.

(b) He broke whichever chair he sat on.

(c) Whoever met her never ‘forgot her.

(d) He likes to put plenty of sauce on whatever he.

(e) She writes her name and address on ever she takes to school.

(f) We should always he polite to whoever we meet.

(g) You can write about whatever you like.

(h) You can sit in Whichever desk you like.

(i) Whichever road you take, you will reach the town.

(j) Whoever you meet, you should be kind to them.

 

6- THESE SENTENCES ARE IN THE WRONG ORDER PUT THEM IN THE RIGHT ORDER:

  1. ‘I don’t feel very well,’ said Zia to his mother.
  2. ‘Yes,` she continued, ‘it feels hot. You must go to bed.
  3. When he returned to school, Miss Shah said that she was glad to see him again.,
  4. He did not go to school for four days.
  5. ‘I am sorry to hear that,’ she said. ‘Let me feel your forehead
  6. Zia undressed and got into bed.

ANSWERS:

  1. PUTTING THE GIVEN SENTENCES IN RIGHT ORDER:

(a) “I don’t feel very well said Zia to his mother.

(b) “I am sorry to hear that,” she said. “Let me feel your forehead.”

(c) “Yes,” she continued, “it feels hot. You must go to bed.”

(d) Zia undressed and got into bed.

(e) He did not go to school for four days.

(f) When he returned to school, Miss Shah said that she was glad to see him again.

 

CHAPTER#  19   JOURNEY TO THE MOON 2    P: 84-87

1-PUT A TICK BY THE TRUE SENTENCES AND CT CROSS BY THE UNTRUE ONES:

  1. The writer says that one day anyone will be able to take a trip to the moon. T
  2. Passengers in a rocket ship must lie down until they reach the moon. F
  3. The engines of a rocket never make any noise. F
  4. A rocket increases speed very quickly. F
  5. From a rocket ship the earth looks like the moon. T
  6. When the rocket ship hits the moon it is travelling at 40,000 kilometers per hour. F
  7. The travelers feet sink into the ground because everything on the moon is heavy. F

 

2-CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER.

  1. The rocket at first moves
  2. suddenly.

B, silently.

  1. quietly.
  2. quickly.
  3. slowly.

 

b-The writer says that the moon is ‘a dead place’ because

  1. there are no living things.
  2. there is a lot of dust.
  3. there are holes in the ground.
  4. there is no air.
  5. there is no noise.

 

3-READ THE EXAMPLES CARFULLY & THEN PUT THE CORRECT VERBS IN THE BLANK SPACES:

a. He is late and so am I.

She was early and so was I.

They went home and so did I.

Omer has finished and so have I.

Uzma will go and so will I.

Omer is working and so is Uzma

Zia lives in Lahore and so does Zeb

The boys have done it and so have the girls.

They sat down and so did we.

Lions are fierce and so are tigers.

 

  1. She is ready and so _ _ _ l.
  2. Maruf was ill and so _ _ _ I.
  3. Omer stood up and so _ _ _ I. Uzma.
  4. You are working and so _ _ _ l.
  5. Zia has started and so _ _ _ l.

6 Zohra was singing and so _ _ _ I.

  1. Zia lives in Peshawar and so …….I
  2. Helen stopped singing and so _ _ _ Teresa.
  3. Tom was born in Peshawar and so _ _ _
  4. 3 is an odd number and so _ _ _
  5. Zeb reads nicely and so _ _ _ Zohra.
  6. Philip has come and so _ _ _ Patrick.

13.1 will help you and so _ _ _ Sam.

  1. The boys had done it and so _ _ _ the girls.

ANSWERS:

  1. She is ready and so am I.
  2. Marruf was ill and so was I.
  3. Omer stood up and so did I.
  4. You are working and so am I.
  5. Zia has started and so have I.
  6. Zohra was singing and so was I.
  7. Zia lives in Peshawar and so do I.
  8. Helen stopped singing and so did Teresa.
  9. Tom was born in Peshawar and so was Uzma.
  10. 3 is an odd number and so is 5.
  11. Zeb reads nicely and so does Zohra.
  12. Philip has come. and so has Patrick.
  13. I will help you and so will Sam.
  14. The boys had done it and so had the girl.

 

  1. Omer wasn’t ready and neither was l

He didn’t do his homework and neither did I.

Miss Jan hasn’t come to school and neither has Miss Ali.

He wouldn’t help us and neither would his brother.

 

l He hasn’t any money and neither _ _ _ l.

2 My brother isn’t very tall and neither _ _ _ I.

3 The girls didn’t have a holiday yesterday and neither _ _ _ the boys.

4 Sho wasn’t present at school yesterday and neither _ _ _ her brother.

5 The Headmaster didn’t make a speech and neither _ _ _ Mr Jan.

6 The girls weren`t singing and neither _ _ _ the boys.

7 She didn’t like taking the nasty medicine and neither _ _ _ her brother.

8 She hasn’t got fair hair and neither _ _ _ her sister.

9 Omer doesn’t want to go to college and neither _ _ _ Uzma.

10 We mustn’t run inside the school and neither _ _ _ you.

ANSWERS:

 

  1. He hasn’t any money and neither have I.
  2. My brother isn’t” very tall and neither am l.
  3. The girls didn’t have a holiday yester day neither did the boys.
  4. She wasn‘tpreSer1tat school yesterday and neither was her brother.
  5. The Headmaster didn’t make a speed sind neither did Mr. Jan.
  6. The girls weren’t singing and neither were the boys.
  7. She didn’t like taking the nasty medicine and neither did her brother.
  8. She hasn’t got fair hair and neither has her sister.
  9. Omer doesn’t want to go to college and neither does Uzma.
  10. We mustn’t run inside the school and neither must you.

 

4- JOIN THE SENTENCES USING AND SO _ _ _ NR AND NEITHER _ _ _

Maruf got good marks_ Zeb got good marks, too.

Maruf got good marks and so did Zeb.

Zia didn’t go to school_ Jack didn’t go to school, either.

Zia didn’t go to school and neither did Jack.

  1. Naz’s medicine was nasty_ Zohra`s was nasty, too.
  2. Pat wasn’t born in Peshawar_ Mansoor wasn’t born in Peshawar, either.
  3. Mr Ali went to College Mr Shah went to College, too,
  4. 6 isn’t an odd number 8 isn’t an odd number, either.
  5. English girls sometimes have fair hair. German girls sometimes have fair hair, too.
  6. Cars not allowed to park here. Buses aren`t allowed to park here, either.
  7. Mary sings very nicely. Helen sings very nicely, too.
  8. My dog wouldn`t stop barking. His dog wouldn`t stop barking, either.
  9. The Head Girl made a little speech, The Head Boy made a little speech.
  10. Uzma and Omer weren`t present school yesterday. Zia and Zeb weren’t present at yesterday, either.

ANSWERS:

JOINING THE SENTENCES USING AND SO…OR AND NEITHER I.

(a) Naz`s medicine was nasty and so was Zohra’s

(b) Peter wasn’t horn in Peshawar and neither was Mansoor.

(c) Mr. Ali went to college and so did Mr.Sl1ah.

(d) 6 isn’t an Odd number and neither is S.

(e) English girls sometimes have fair hair and so have German girls.

(f) Cars are not allowed to park here ‘and neither are buses.

(g) Mary sings very nicely and so does Helen.

(h) My dog wouldn’t stop barking and neither would his dog.

(i) The Head Girl made a little speech and so did the Head Boy.

(j) Uzma and Omer weren’t present at school yesterday and neither were Zia and Zeb

 

5- PUT THESE SENTENCES IN THE RIGHT ORDER.

A- Uzma wasn’t at school yesterday.

B-I think she has at had cold. said Zeb.

C-Where is Uzma? the teacher asked.

D- `I`m sorry to hear that. said the teacher.

E- Neither was her brother.

ANSWERS:

  1. PUTTING THE GIVEN SENTENCES IN ‘THE RIGHT ORDER

 (a) Uzma wasn’t at school yesterday.

(b) Neither was her brother.

(c) “Where is Uzma?” the teacher asked.

(d) “I think she has a bad cold,” said Zeb.

(e) “I’m sorry to hear that,” said the teacher

CHAPTER#   20 ELEPHANTS      P:88-91

1-CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER:

  1. The Writer says that the biggest animals in the world are
  2. elephants.
  3. Whales.
  4. African elephants.
  5. Indian elephants.
  6. grown men.
  7. When it is born, an elephant is about————–centimeters high
  8. 61

B.91

C.183

D.320

E.366

  1. An elephant uses its tusks for
  2. smelling.
  3. eating.
  4. digging and lifting things.
  5. picking fruit and leaves.
  6. drinking.
  7. Elephants in the jungle usually eat
  8. at night.
  9. by day.
  10. when it is hot.
  11. While they are working.
  12. in the shade.

 

2- PUT A TICK BY THE TRUE SENTENCES AND U CROSS BY THE UNTRUE ONES:

  1. An elephant uses its trunk for digging in the ground for Water. F
  2. An elephant uses its trunk for smelling, picking fruit, drinking and washing. T
  3. An elephant’s tusks are really two big teeth. T
  4. Wild elephants can never be tamed. F
  5. Elephants are good Workers. T
  6. Elephants are the strongest animals in the world. T
  7. Elephants make a lot of noise when they walk because they are big. F
  8. Some people say that elephants have good memories. T

 

3-HOW MANY GOOD SENTENCES CAN YOU MAKE?

 

a-

I enjoyed

cut

taught

burnt

behaved

Myself.
You Yourself.
He Himself.
She Herself.
It Itself.

ANSWERS:

 (a) We can make 25 good sentences (as follows)

  1. I enjoyed myself.
  2. I cut myself.
  3. I taught myself.
  4. I burnt myself.
  5. I behaved myself. _
  6. You enjoyed yourself.
  7. You cut yourself.
  8. You taught yourself.
  9. You burnt yourself.
  10. You behaved yourself
  11. He behaved himself.
  12. He enjoyed himself.
  13. He cut himself.
  14. He burnt himself.
  15. He taught himself.
  16. She behaved herself.
  17. She enjoyed herself,
  18. She cut herself.
  19. She burnt herself.
  20. She taught herself.
  21. It enjoyed itself.
  22. It cut itself.
  23. It taught itself.
  24. It burnt itself.
  25. It behaved itself.

b-

We, Omer and I Hurt

Wash

Dried

Took care of

blamed

Ourselves.
You and Uzma Yourselves.
They The boys Themselves.

ANSWERS:

 

(B) WE CAN MAKE 25 GOOD SENTENCES (AS FOLLOWS)

  1. We hurt ourselves.

2.Omer and l hurt ourselves.

3.You and Uzma hurt yourselves.

4.They hurt themselves.

  1. The boys hurt themselves.
  2. We work ourselves;
  3. Omer and 1 wash ourselves.
  4. You and Uzma Wash’ yourselves

9, They wash themselves.

  1. The boys wash themselves.
  2. We dried ourselves.
  3. Omer and I dried ourselves.
  4. You and Uzma dried yourselves.
  5. They dried themselves.
  6. The boys dried themselves.
  7. We took care of ourselves.
  8. Omer and took care of ourselves.
  9. You and Uzma took care of yourselves.
  10. They took, care of themselves.
  11. The boys took bare of themselves.
  12. We blamed ourselves.

22 Omer and I blamed ourselves.

  1. You and Uzma blamed yourselves.
  2. They blamed themselves.
  3. The boys blamed themselves.

 

4- ADD THE MISSING WORDS. THE FIRST TWO ARE DONE FOR YOU:

  1. He cut himself when he was sharpening a pencil.
  2. We all enjoyed ourselves at the circus last night.
  3. If you play with fire you will burn _ _ _
  4. She washed _ _ _ and washed her hair. Then she looked at _ _ _ in the looking glass.
  5. The horse hurt _ _ _jumping over a rail and became lame.
  6. We enjoyed _ _ _ very much at the picnic last Saturday
  7. ‘You children are old enough to look after _ _ _ now,’ said their mother.
  8. While they were waiting for the rain to stop, they amused _ _ _ by making Christmas cards to send to their friends.
  9. When a dog itcl1es, it scratches _ _ _
  10. She was so surprised that she pinched _ _ _ to see if she was awake.
  11. During the recess they enjoyed _ _ _ by playing games in the playground_
  12. He taught _ _ _ to play little tunes at the piano. When he felt sad, he played _ _ _a tune to cheer_ _ _ up.
  13. The little boy was enjoying _ _ _ by sucking a sweet noisily.
  14. We should take care of people who arc too old to look after _ _ _
  15. When the engine of the aeroplane stopped, the pilot knew that he had only one chance to save _ _ _ He would have to land the plane in the sea.
  16. She had a very sore throat but she cured _ _ _ by sucking sweets all day.

ANSWERS:

ADDING THE MISSING WORDS;

He cut himself when he was sharpening a pencil.

We all enjoyed ourselves at the circus last night:

If you will play with fire you will burn yourself.

She washed herself and washed her hair. Then she looked at herself in the looking glass.

The horse hert itself jumping over a rail and became lame.

We enjoyed ourselves very much at the picnic last Saturday.

“You children are old enough to look after yourselves now,” said their mother.

While they were waiting for the rain to stop, they amused themselves, by making

Christmas cards to send to their friends,

When a dog itches, it scratches itself

She was so surprised that; she pinched herself  to see if she was awake.

During the recess they enjoyed themselves by playing games in the playground;

He taught himself to play little tunes at the piano.

5-PUT IN ALL THE PUNCTUATION AND CAPITAL LETTERS:

oh cried Uzma ive out myself

how did you do that asked him

i was sharpening a pencil and my knife slipped said uzma

ANSWERS:

“Oh!” cried Uzma, I’ve out myself.”

“How did you do that?” asked Tim.

“I was sharpening a pencil and my knife slipped,”  said Uzma.

 

CHAPTER#   21  BOY SCOUTS AND GIRL GUIDES     P:92-95

1- PUT A TICK BY THE SENTENCES THAT ARE TRUE AND A CROSS BY THE ONES THAT ARE UNTRUE:

  1. Lord Baden Powell is the Chief Scout. F
  2. When he was a boy, he liked being in the countryside. T
  3. He knew how to move quietly.T
  4. When he was a soldier, he was often used as a ‘scout’. T
  5. When a soldier is used as scout, he tries to End out where the enemy is and what the enemy is doing. F
  6. Baden Powell helped the chief soldier in Mafeking. T
  7. Baden Powell was an example to the other people in Mafeking. T
  8. The idea of teaching boys to become Boy Scouts first came to Baden Powell in Mafeking. T
  9. He invited the twenty-four boys to an island because he wanted them to become sailors. F
  10. He taught the boys how to live in the countryside. T
  11. He did not teach the boys how to help other people. F
  12. Baden Powell bought a book called ‘Scouting tor Boys’ and gave it to his friends. F
  13. For a long time no one wanted to be a Boy Scout. F
  14. England is the only country where there are Boy Scouts. F

 

2- MAKE 7 SENTENCES AND ANSWERS:

Did anyone help me

you

him

her

us

you

them

to do it?  No, I

you

he

she

we

you

they

Did it Myself.

Yourself.

Himself.

Ourselves.

Yourselves

Themselves.

ANSWERS:

  1. MAKING 7 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
  2. Did any one help me to do it?

No, I did it myself.

  1. Did anyone help you to do it?

No, you did it yourself.

  1. Did anyone help him to do it?

No, he did it himself.

  1. Did anyone help her to do it?

No, she did it herself.

  1. Did anyone help us to do it?

No, we did ‘it ourselves.

  1. .Did anyone help you to do it?

No, you did it yourselves.

  1. Did anyone help them to do it?  

No, they did it themselves.

 

 

3- GIVE ANSWERS LIKE THE O11ES IN THE EXAMPLES:

Does he himself do the homework?  Yes, he himself does it.

He does it himself.

Did they themselves paint the boat? Yes, they themselves painted it.

They painted it themselves.

Did you yourself see the accident? Yes, I myself saw it.

l saw it myself

 

  1. Does he himself clean the windows? g. Do they themselves work hard?
  2. Does she herself do the cooking? h. Did you yourselves see it?
  3. Did you yourself buy the pen? i_ Does she herself make dresses?

d_ Did he himself lock the door? j. Did he himself catch the thief?

  1. Did they themselves build the boat? k. Did she herself sweep the floor?

f Did you yourself catch the dog? l. Do they themselves make the kite?

ANSWERS:

  1. GIVING ANSWERS LIKE THE ONES IN THE EXAMPLES;

 

  1. Yes, he himself cleans them. He cleans them himself.
  2. Yes, she herself does it. She does it herself.
  3. Yes; i myself bought it. I bought it myself.
  4. Yes, he himself to locked. He locked it himself.
  5. they themselves built it. They built it themselves.
  6. Yes, myself caught it. I caught myself.
  7. Yes, they themselves work hard. They work hard themselves.
  8. Yes, we ourselves did it ourselves.
  9. Yes, she herself makes them. She makes them herself.
  10. Yes, he himself caught him. He caught him himself.
  11. Yes, she herself swept it. She swept it herself.
  12. Yes, they themselves make it. They make it themselves.

 

4- FINISH EACH SENTENCE BY ADDING ONE OF THESE WORDS:

Myself- himself –itself- yourselves

yourself -herself –ourselves- themselves

  1. l didn`t like the Elm _ _ _ but you may like it.
  2. He _ _ _ could hear and speak but his brother was deaf and dumb_
  3. The dress _ _ _ fitted her but the belt was too tight.
  4. If you do not play the game fairly _ _ _ you cannot expect the others to play fairly
  5. l am very fond of cats _ _ _ but some people do not like them_
  6. Do not ask your father to do your homework for you. Do it _ _ _ I
  7. The leader of the men had no fear _ _ _ and his men followed him wherever he led the.
  8. The little girl was too small to do up the buttons of her dress by. _ _ but she could do up the zip fastener.
  9. Miss Jan did not dismiss the class _ _ _ She asked Mr Shah to do it for her.
  10. When Miss Jan was ill, the Headmaster _ _ _ gave us an English lesson. We had not expected the Headmaster _ _ _ to teach us. We thought that he would send one of the other teachers.
  11. At first the man said that his friend had stolen the money but later he admitted

that he _ _ _ had taken it.

  1. ‘I’m afraid l haven’t time to cook your meal for you,’ said Mrs Jan to her husband. ‘Would you mind cooking it _ _ _ ?

m_ The Headmaster said that he worked hard _ _ _ and he expected everyone to work hard.

 

ANSWERS:

FINISHING EACH SENTENCE BYADDING ONE GIVEN WORDS;

  1. a) I did not like the film myself but you many like it.
  2. b) He himself could hear and speak but his brother was deaf and dumb.
  3. c) The dress itself fitted her but the belt was too tight.
  4. d) If you do not play the game fairly yourself you cannot expect the others to play fairly.
  5. e) I am Very fond of cats myself but some people do not like them,
  6. f) Do not ask your father to do your home work for your. Do it yourself.
  7. g) The lender of the men had no fear himself and his men followed him wherever he led them.
  8. h) The little girl was too small to stop the button of her dress herself but she could do up zip faster.
  9. i) Miss Jan did not dismiss the class herself. She asked Mrs Shan to do it for her.
  10. j) When Miss Jan was ill, the Headmaster himself gave English lessons. We had nm expected the Headmaster himself to teach us We thought that he would send one of the other teachers.
  11. k) At first the man said that his friend had stolen the money but later he admitted

that he himself had taken it.

  1. l) I’m afraid I haven’t time to cook your meal for you,” said Mrs. Jan to her husband. “Would you mind cooking it yourself?”
  2. m) The Headmaster said mar he worked hard him. Hand he expected everyone to work hard.

 

5- PUT THESE SENTENSES IN THE RIGHT ORDER;

  1. ‘Oh dear! We have got off at the wrong place,” said one of them.
  2. The bus stopped at the side of the road.
  3. It was too late!
  4. They tried to get back on to the bus again.
  5. Two children got off and looked around them.
  6. The doors of the bus were closed and the bus was moving off.

ANSWERS:

PUTTING THE GIVEN SENTENCES IN THE RIGHT ORDER :

(a) The bus stopped at the side of the road.

(b) Two children got off and looked around them.

(c) “Oh dear! We have got off at the wrong place,” said one of them.

(d) They tried to get back on to the bus again.

(e) It was too late.

(f) The doors of the bus were closed and the bus was moving off?

 

CHAPTER#   22   THE MAN WHO MADE RAIN 1   P:96-99

1 CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER

  1. The people of the village were
  2. soldiers
  3. hunters

C .little people

  1. friendly people
  2. relatives

 

b- Shobhan asked the lady of the house

  1. for light.
  2. for food.
  3. for shelter from the rain.
  4. to show him the way.
  5. to let him sleep there.

 

c-The lady let him spend the night there because

  1. she was lonely.
  2. he was a gentleman.
  3. it was raining.
  4. her sons were at home
  5. she was frightened

 

d- Shobhan could not get to sleep because

  1. A. he was thinking about the house.
  2. he was frightened.
  3. he was hungry.
  4. the sons were noisy.
  5. there was a knocking at the gate

 

e-The loud knocking that Shobhan heard was made by

  1. a messenger from the King of Heaven
  2. the eldest son who had lust returned
  3. the lady knocking on Shobhan s door
  4. the servant knocking on Shobhan’s door
  5. the heavy ram

 

2- MAKE 18 SENTENCES

 

I have been working

She has been reading

They have been waiting

for two hours.

five minutes.

a long time.

since six o’clock.

Yesterday.

breakfast.

 

ANSWERS:

  • 1 have been wa1kin*g for two hours.
  • She has been reading for two hours.
  • They have been waiting for two hours.
  • I have been walking for five minutes.
  • She has been reading for five minutes.
  • They have been waiting for five minutes.
  • I have been walking for a long time.
  • She has been reading for a long time.
  • They have been waiting for a long time.
  • I have been walking since six o’c1ock.
  • She has been reading since six o’clock.
  • They have been waiting since six o’c1ock.
  • I have been walking since yesterday.
  • She has been reading since yesterday.
  • They have been waiting since yesterday.
  • 1 have been walking since breakfast.
  • She has been reading since breakfast.
  • They have been waiting since breakfast.

 

3- PUT FOR OR SINCE IN THE BLANK SPACES:

  1. They have been living in this village _ _ _ ten years.
  2. It has been raining _ _ _ three o’clock_ l hope it stops soon.
  3. l have been talking to you _ _ _ half an hour but you have not been listening.
  4. She has been working in that office _ _ _ two years.
  5. What have you been doing _ _ _ we last met?
  6. She has been waiting patiently at the bus stop _ _ _ two hours.
  7. Mr Ali has been polishing his ear _ _ _ ten o’clock.
  8. The boys have been sailing their toy boats on the pond _ _ _ three hours_
  9. We have been singing _ _ _ two hours and now our throats are sore_
  10. That poet has been writing poetry _ _ _ he was a schoolboy.
  11. We have been doing multiplication sums _ _ _ two weeks_ l hope we start

division sums soon.

  1. l hope she finds her purse soon. She has been Worrying about it _ _ _ several

days_ “_

  1. l think that there is a mouse behind the door. lt has been squeaking _ _ _ the

past half an hour.

 

ANSWERS:

PUTTING FOR OR SINCE IN THE BLANK SPACES THEY HAVE BEEN LIVING IN THIS VILLAGE FOR TEN YEARS.

(a) They have been living in this village for ten years.

(b) It has been raining since three o’c1ock. I hope it stops soon.

(c) I have been talking to you for half an hour but you have not been listening.

(d) She has been working in this office for two years.

(e) What have you been doing since we last met?

(f) She has been waiting patiently at the bus stop for two hours.

(g) Mr. Ali has been polishing his car since ten o’clock.

(h) The boys have been sailing their toy boats on the pond for three hours.

(i) We have been singing for two hours am now our throats are sore.

(j) The poet has been writing poetry since he was a schoolboy.

(k) We have been doing multiplication sums for two weeks. I hope we start division sum soon.

(l) I hope she finds her purse soon. She has been worrying about it for several days.

(m) I think that there is a mouse behind the door. ,It has been squaking for the past half an hour.

 

4- READ THE EXAMPLES. THEN FILL IN THE BLANK SPACES IN THE MME WAY:

l have been reading this book for two weeks but I have not finished it yet_ (read) (not finish)

I have read this book now and l would like another, please. (read)

We have been waiting for the bus for half an hour but it has not come yet. (wait) (not come)

 

  1. It _ _ _ for two hours. lhope it stops soon_ (rain)
  2. They _ _ _ since three o’clock and now they are too tired to swim much longer. (swim)
  3. He _ _ _ in that house for three years but no one _ _ _ him_ (live) (see)
  4. She _ _ _ to sell those apples for two hours but she _ _ _ one yet. (try) (not sell)
  5. They _ _ _ on the beach since ten o’clock but they _ _ _ a swim yet_’ (lie) (not have)
  6. They _ _ _ in their desks for half an hour and no one _ _ _ to teach them yet.

(sit) (come)

  1. The book _ _ _ on the BOOT for ten minutes and no one _ _ _ it up. (lie) (pick)
  2. She _ _ _ the letter for two hours and she _ _ _ it yet. (write) (not finish)
  3. The baby _ _ _ for three hours_ It _ _ _ up once_ (sleep) (not wake)
  4. The men _ _ _ hard all morning. They _ _ _ once. (work) (not stop)

 

ANSWERS:

FILLING IN THE BLANK SPACE IN THE GIVENNAY:

(a) It has been mining for two hours. I hope I stop soon.

(b) They has been swimming since three o’clock and now they are too tired.

(c) He has been living in that house for three years but no one has seen him.

(d) She has been trying to sell those apples for two hours but she has not sold one yet.

(e) They have been laying on the beach since ten I o’c1ock but they have not had a swim yet.

(f) They have been sitting in their desks for half an hour and no one has come to teach them yet.

(g) The book has been lying on the floor for ten minutes and no one has picked it up.

(h) She has been writing a latter for two hours and she has not finished it yet.

(i) The baby has been sleeping for three hours. It has not waken up once.

(j) The men have been working hard `all morning. They have not stopped once.

 

5- PUT IN ALL THE PUNCTUATION AND CAPITAL LETTERS:

how long have you been waiting for the bus asked tom

weve been waiting for two hours said dick

what a long time said tom i hope it eomes soon

 

PUTTING IN ALL THE PUNCTUATION AND CAPITAL LETTERS:

“‘How long have been waiting, for the bus?” asked Tom.

“We’ve been waiting for two hours,” said’ Dick.

“What a long time!” said Tom. “I hope it comes soon. 

 

CHAPTER#   23   THE MAN WHO MADE RAIN 2   P: 100-103

1- CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER:

  1. Who decided when rain should fall?
  2. the lady.
  3. The spirits.
  4. The King of Heaven.
  5. The messenger,
  6. The lady’s sons.

 

  1. Who usually made the rain fall?
  2. the lady.
  3. The lady’s sons.
  4. The gods.
  5. The King of Heaven,
  6. The messenger.

 

  1. The lady was afraid of
  2. the spirits,

B, her sons.

  1. Shobhan.
  2. the messenger.
  3. the King of Heaven.

 

  1. The pot given to Shobhan contained
  2. one drop of water.
  3. ten drops of water,
  4. a little water.
  5. ten inches of water.
  6. a hundred inches of Water.

 

  1. Who decided where the rain should fall?
  2. The sons,
  3. The lady.
  4. The horse.
  5. Shobhan.
  6. The messenger.

 

  1. Shobhan gave the people of the village ten drops because
  2. they had had no rain for ten years
  3. he didn’t like them,
  4. he Wanted to punish them.

D, he wanted to help them.

  1. he had been told to do so

 

  1. The King of Heaven punished
  2. The lady.
  3. Shohban
  4. The sons.
  5. the people of living.
  6. The messenger.

 

  1. The jewels were given to
  2. the lady.
  3. the people of the village,
  4. Shobhan.
  5. his friends.
  6. the lady and her sons.

 

2- LOOK AT PICTURE NO.1 AND PRACTISE THIS CONVERSATION;

pictures    
     

 

A: There is a book on the table,

B: Is there anything else on the table?

A: Yes, there is something else. There is a glass.

B: Is there anything else on the table?

A: No, there isn’t anything else.

 

NOW PRACTISE THIS CONVERSATION ABOUT PICTURE NO.2:

 

A: There is a man in the room.

B: ls there anybody else in the room?

A: Yes, there is somebody else. There is a girl.

B: Is there anybody else in the room’?

A: No, there isn’t anybody else.

 

ANSWERS:

CONVERSATION LIKE THE GIVEN ONES ABOUT PICTURES NO. 3, 4, 5 AND 6.

 

Picture No. 3:

(a) There is a kite on the chair.

(b) ls there anything else on the chair?

(a) Yes, there is something else. There is a ball.

(b) Is there anything else on the chair ?

(a) No, there isn’t anything else.

 

Picture No. 4 :

(a) There is a man in the car.

(b) Is there anybody else in the car.

(a) Yes; there is somebody else. There is a woman.

(b) Is there anybody else in the car?

(a) No, there isn’t anybody else.

 

Picture No. 5:

(a) The is an umbrella in the cupboard.

(b) Is there anything else ir1’the cupboard?

(a) Yes, there is something else. There is a packet and a bottle.

(b) Is there anything else in the cupboard?

(a) No, there isn’t anything else.

Picture No. 6:

 

 (a) There is a man in the bus.

(b) Is there anybody else in the bus?

(a) Yes, there is somebody else. There is a woman.

(b) Is there anybody else in the bus?

(a) Yes, there are two children.

(b) Is there anybody else in the bus ?

(a) No, there, isn’t anybody else.

 

NOW PRACTISE CONVERSATIONS LIKE THESE ABOUT THE OTHER PICTURES.

 

3- CHANGE THE SENTENCES USING THESE WORDS IN PLACE OF THE WARDS UNDERLINED.

something else

anything else

nothing else

everything else

what else

somebody else

anybody else

nobody else

everybody else

who else

somewhere else

anywhere else

nowhere else

everywhere else

where else

 

  1. I think there is some other thing in the basket.
  2. Do you want any other thing?
  3. What other thing do you want?
  4. There is no other thing to eat. You have eaten everything.
  5. There was one coat in the cupboard. The thief had taken every other thing.
  6. I saw your brother at the cinema and I saw another person.
  7. I am alone in the room, There is no other person

All the other people have gone home. (Change have to has).

  1. ‘What other person was in the boat? ‘There wasn’t any other person in the boat’.
  2. ‘I went to the park yesterday’

‘Did you go to any other place?

‘Yes, I went to another place. I went to the market.’

To what other place did you go?”

‘I went to no other place because every other place was full of people.

ANSWERS:

CHANGING THE SENTENCES USING THE GIVEN WORDS IN PLACE OF THE WORDS UNDERLINED :

 

(a) I think there is something else in the basket.

(b) Do you want anything else?

(o) What else do you want `?

(d) There is nothing else to eat. You have eaten everything.

(e) There was one coat in the cupboard. The thief had taken everything else.

(f) I saw your brother at the cinema and I saw somebody else. ‘

(g) I am alone in the room. There is nobody else here.

(h) ‘Who else was in the boat ?” There wasn’t A anybody else in the boat.

(i) “I went to the park yesterday.” “Did you go anywhere else.”

“Yes, I went somewhere else. I went to the market.”

“Where else did you go?”

“I went nowhere else because everywhere else was full of people.

 

4- THESE SENTENCES ARE IN THE WRONG ORDEN PUT THEM IN THE RIGHT ORDER.”

  1. ‘Did you go anywhere else‘?`
  2. ‘No, we stayed there all day, swimming and playing.”
  3. ‘Yes, we had a picnic.’
  4. ‘Did you do anything else‘?’
  5. ‘We all went to the beach yesterday.

ANSWERS:

“We all went’ to the beach yesterday.”

“Did you do anything else?”

“Yes, we had a picnic.”

“Did you do anything else ?”

“No, we stayed there All day, swimming and playing.”

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