Tuesday, 11 August 2020

Lesson 3 | Bird Talk All questions answers | Class 5 | English | SCERT

Lesson 3:  Bird Talk Questions Answers


Lesson 3 | Bird Talk All questions answers | Class 5 | English | SCERT
BIRD TALK QUESTIONS ANSWERS | CLASS 5



Name the following birds:

Answer: Pigeon – Parrot – Dove – Crow – Sparrow – Peacock

Let’s find out what the two birds Robin and Jay are talking about.

Bird Talk

‘Think…..’ said the robin,
‘Think…..’ said the Jay,
Sitting in the garden
Talking one day.

‘Think about people
The way they grow:
They don’t have feathers
At all, you know.

They don’t eat beetles,
They don’t grow wings,
They don’t like sitting
On wires and things’.

‘Think !’ said the robin,
‘Think!’ said the jay,
‘Aren’t people funny
To be that way?’

- Aileen Fisher


Let's talk:

i) Do you think birds have families?
Answer: Yes, they have families.
ii) Do you think birds can talk?
Answer: Yes, they talk with each other.
ii) Have you seen people flying in the sky like birds?
Answer: No, I have never seen.
iv) Do you think trees have a very special place in the lives of birds? Why and how?
Answer: Yes, trees help them to take rest, trees provide them food and as we all know the birds make their nest in the trees. This is the reason trees have a very special place in the lives of the birds.

ACTIVITIES

1. Let's see how much we have understood:
Write the rhyming words from the poem for the ones given below:

sink - think

crow - grow

swings - wings

honey -  funny

2. Write the answers of the following questions:

a) Which birds are talking in the poem?
Answer: ‘Robin’ and ‘Jay’ are talking in the poem.

b) Who are they talking about?
Answer: In this poem two birds are talking about people.

c) "They do not have feathers at all." - who are 'they' here?
Answer: “They do not have feathers at all.” In this line ‘they’ is reffered to the people.

d) "Birds eat beetles
      They grow wings
      They like sitting 
      on wires and things" - Who are 'they' here?
Answer: Here in this line, ‘they’ is reffered to the birds.

e) Why, according to Robin and Jay, are people funny? 
Answer: According to Robin and Jay people are funny because they do not have feathers,wings. They don’t like sitting on wires and things.

3. Read the statements and arrange them in sequence to make the summary of the poem:

a) People don't eat beetles. They don't have wings either.
b) The robin and the jay thought people were funny to be like that.
c) One day the robin and the jay were sitting and talking in the garden.
d) They were talking about people, and that they don't have feathers.

Answer:  

c) One day the robin and the jay were sitting and talking in the garden.
d) They were talking about people, and that they don't have feathers.
a) People don't eat beetles. They don't have wings either.
b) The robin and the jay thought people were funny to be like that.

4. Let's read the discussion: 

Arun: Do you know Bina, in ancient times, birds used to carry letters? Then the postman came. He used to go from door to door to deliver letters.

Bina: Yes, they used to take so much pain to give us our letters. But see! How the days have changed!

Arun: Yes, it's true. Now we have so many modes of communication.

Bina: Yes, the computer is the most wonderful discovery of modern times.

5. Let's read a few words related to computers:

a) Internet
b) Keyboard
c) Printer
d) Speaker
e) Music
f) Games
g) Mouse
h) Typing
i) Email
j) Internet



 6. Let's read:

A keyboard is to type, a printer is to print.
A speaker is to sound, a mouse is to click.


7. Pinky and her mother are leaving for New Delhi tomorrow. Pinky sends an email to her sister Pihu who lives in New Delhi, asking her to receive them at the railway station. 

To 
Pihusarma@gmail.com

Subject : Our arrival time

Dear Pihuba,

We are reaching New Delhi tomorrow at 10.20 a.m. by the 12423 Rajdhani express. Please receive us at the railway station.
With Love.

Pinky.

8. Let's read:

Pihu’s email address is pihusarma@mail.com
We write the email address in the address bar.
Pinky clicked the ‘Send’ button to send the Email.



9. Create an imaginary email address by writing your name of the space below:

Answer: 
theincredibleindia@gmail.com
thesouthern@gmail.com
assamrhino@gmail.com 

 You can create email address by using Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail and other email providers.

10.  The Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony of your school will be held next Monday. Write an email to your friend requesting him/her to visit your school on that occasion.

Let's read. These  are the steps to write an email to your friend: 

To 
aman@gmail.com 

Subject : Invitation

Dear Aman,

On Monday , the annual prize distribution ceremony of our school is going to be held. I will be very glad if you visit our school.We will enjoy a lot.

a) Click 'COMPOSE'
b) Enter your email address of your friend who should receive your message. 
c) Enter the subject of your message in the space beside the 'Subject'.
d) Write your message in the space provided.
e) Now click 'Send'.


11.Make words related to a computer, e-mails etc. to complete the grid:
a) Computer.
b) Internet.
c) Printer.
d) Keyboard.
e) Mouse.
f) Type.

12. Tongue twisters.
Say these as fast as you can:

Blue birds below the bridge.
Six silly sheep still asleep.
Bipul blows big blue bubbles.

13. It’s riddle time:

a) Name the days of the week
that start with the letter ‘T’.

- Tuesday, Thursday.

What two keys can’t open any door?
A monkey and a Donkey.

14. Reading for pleasure:

It’s a hot summer day. The sun is shining bright. Everyone is feeling the heat. People are drinking coconut water, having ice cream and taking rest under the shade of a tree.

Two birds are sitting on the branch of a tree. They are very thirsty. They are unable to find water anywhere.

a) Oh! I am so thirsty.
b) Me too.
c) People are having coconut water merrily.
d) But we don’t get even water to drink. Oh God! Help us!

A Little girl is standing under the tree and listening to their discussion. She is feeling sorry for them and is rushing back home to bring them a bowl of water. She brings a bowl of water and places is under the tree. The birds see the bowl of water and come down and refresh themselves with that water. They are very happy and fresh now. They thank the little girl for her kindness. She goes back happily and tells her mother about the incident. Mother is very happy to hear that and appreciates her for ger good deed. She tells her that people should always help others in need.

15.Match the words which have the same meaning:
Little: Small
Happy: joyful, delighted
Need: want
Help: assistance

16. Let’s read the following words aloud. In column B, when ‘h’ combines with ‘s’ it makes a new sound:

a) Sea – Sign
b) sip – soot
c) she – shine
d) ship – shoo

17. Here is a message Rimpi has written to Rikki on her mobile:

Rimpi is telling Riki about her plans for tomorrow. She is writing about what they will be doing during their holiday. Let’s read a few more sentences which talk about an action that is likely to take place later on or in the future. We use will/shall to describe such actions.

a) I will go to school tomorrow.
b) I shall visit the zoo next Sunday.
c) Rina will come to our home next week.
d) We will sing a chorus on our school Annual day.

18. Tomorrow is weekly market at Beharbari. Robin and his father will go there to sell vegetables. Let’s read what Robin is planning for tomorrow:

I am so happy that tomorrow I will be going to the weekly market with my father. I will wear the new shirt that I bought last month. I am very excited because we will carry our vegetables to the market in our new van. It will take an hour to reach the market, so we will start very early in the morning. I will help my father in selling the vegetables My friends from the nearby villages will also come. I will buy toys for my sister. She will be very happy. While coming back I shall buy some sweets for my mother.

19. Rewrite the following sentences using “Will” or “shall”:

a) We will sell our vegetables at the weekly market.
b) We shall take our vegetables in our van.
c) It will take an hour to reach the market.
d) My friends will also come to the weekly market.
e) I shall buy toys for my sister.

20. Let’s talk:

Look at the pictures below and imagine what is going on. Sit in pairs and ask your friend a question and he/she will say the answer by looking at the picture. One is done for you as an example:

Student A: Why is the girl happy?
Student B: She is happy because she is wearing a beautiful frock.

21. Let’s talk. Discuss in pairs the differences between the pictures and make a list of the differences:

Now, tell a story to your friend based on the pictures. You may use the following words and phrases while telling the story.


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