THE LITTLE BULLY – Unit 8 Chapter 2 TEXTBOOK SOLUTIONS – CBSE Class 5 English

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THE LITTLE BULLY - Unit 8 Chapter 2 TEXTBOOK SOLUTIONS - CBSE Class 5 English

READING IS FUN

Now that you have read and understood the lesson, can you answer these questions? You can put a ( ) on the right answer.
1. Why did all the children hate Hari?

(i) Because he would not talk to anyone.

(ii) Because he always pinched them.

 (iii) Because he loved stealing their food.

  • (ii) Because he always pinched them.
2. “Nobody took Hari’s hand. Nobody went near him. Nobody played with him.” This shows that Hari had

 (i) many friends.

 (ii) few friends.

(iii) no friends.

  • (iii) no friends.

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3. Which of the following actions would make a friendly person? Write them down.

Respecting other people.

Eating a small child’s tiffin.

Calling people rude names.

Pushing a smaller boy and making him cry.

Being helpful to everyone.

Helping your classmates in school.

Mocking at friends and hurting their feelings.

Protecting a weaker person.

Actions which would make a friendly person

Answers-

  • Respecting other people.
  • Being helpful to everyone.
  • Helping your classmates in school.
  • Protecting a weaker person.

VOCABULARY

1. Find out words which are opposites or are closest to being the opposites of the words given below. Then write down the opposites in the grid.

Down                 Across

1. smile              3. quiet

2. Happy      5. Punish

4. strong

  • Answer-

Down                  Across

1. Smile- scowl             3. Quiet-noisy

2. Happy- miserable       5. Punish- reward

4. Strong- weak

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2. Hari was pinched till he was black and blue ‘Black and blue’ means

(i) Hari fell down in pain.

(ii) there were bruises on his body.

(iii) Hari painted himself in colours.

(iv) Hari had a black and blue shirt.

  • (ii) there were bruises on his body
3. ‘I pinch anyone anymore’. Shan’t means:

(i) shall

(ii) should

 (iii) shall not

 (iv) will not

  • (iii) shall not
4. Give the full forms of

 won’t –   will not

weren’t -were not

wouldn’t – would not

couldn’t-could not

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5. A girl was sitting quietly beside him. Hari leapt to his feet, crying loudly. The words quietly and loudly tell us how an action is being done. Find five more words ending in –ly which denote how something is done.

Totally              Carefully       Lightly        Beautifully         Quickly            Hardly

Add  -ly to the following words.

Clear                           merry               weary                 double

Dreary                        bright                  bad                       fond

Clearly                           merrily               wearily                 doubly

Drearily                       brightly                  badly                       fondly

Now can you make sentences with these words?

That girl cannot sing clearly.

Students celebrated the festival merrily.

In the morning, the lady walked home wearily.

She is doubly blessed with a dog and a dress as a birthday present.

She danced drearily between on the roads.

His son brightly talked with the guest.

I was badly broken after the exam results.

The small girl fondly took the candy given by grandfather.

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FUN WITH SOUNDS

1. Let’s practice with P and F .

Pleased           pricked            pinched          punished

Fat                fruit                 fell                  forgotten

Palm                pair            proud             parade

Farm               fare                  frown              fish

2. Complete the blanks with rhyming words of the following and practice aloud.

Bruise            Cruise                     

Carriage        Marriage

Prawn            Dawn

Creatures       Feature

Teachers        Preacher

Vowed           Cowed

LET’S PRACTISE SOME WRITING

1. How did the seaside creatures, the crab, the lobster etc. teach Hari a lesson? Write in a few lines.
  • The seaside creatures, the crab, the lobster, etc nipped Hari’s hand in their pincer, which made him shout in torture. This scene showed him some things and made him understand why all his classmates did not like him because of his pinching habit.
2. Read these sentences carefully

 I ate an apple.

 A boy is standing under the tree.

The sun rises in the east.

A and an do not point out any definite or particular person or thing whereas, the is used when we speak of some particular person or thing. A  An and  the are called articles.

Remember an is used before words beginning with a vowel a,e,i,o,u

Now fill in the blanks with appropriate  articles.

(i) Hari was an unpopular boy.

 (ii) The boys and girls went to the seaside for a picnic.

 (iii) He saw a big crab coming towards him.

 (iv) I found an empty bottle, floating in the water.

 (v)  The sea creatures ate his food.

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3. A crab has a hard shell whereas a frog does not have one. There are many animals that protect themselves from their enemies with their outer cover/shells/quills. In the box given below are the names of some animals. Encircle the ones that can protect themselves with their hard cover.

Crocodile     snail     lizard     snake

Turtle     tortoise     gorilla     frog

Hedgehog           porcupine

Now paste/draw the picture of any one animal. Write five lines about it.

  • DO IT YOURSELF.
4. Can you tell the difference between a turtle and a tortoise? Write a few lines.
  • Turtles have more adjusted and domed shells where turtles have more slender, more water-dynamic shells.
  • Turtles invest a large portion of their energy ashore and turtles are adjusted for a day-to-day existence spent in water.
5. Describe what is happening in the picture. Use is /are and ____ ing to make your sentences. Clues are given in the box.
swing sit climb lick slid kick  

For example Krishna is swinging.

 (i) Mary is climbing up the slide.

(ii) Hari is kicking and boxing her.

(iii ) Little Bitoo is licking a lollipop.

(iv) Rita is sliding down the slide.

Imagine what the children will do in the playground tomorrow. You can take some hints from the words given in the box. e.g. John will play kabbadi tomorrow.
Play          football        jump Race       badminton        run  
  1. John will play kabaddi tomorrow.
  2. Paras and Tina will play badminton tomorrow.
  3. Sam and Manish will run a bike race.
  4. Both teams will play a football match.
  5. Sonam and Ruhi will jump.
  6. Girls will participate in a race competition tomorrow

LET’S BE CREATIVE AND TALK

Work in groups of four. See the picture of a shipwreck at the bottom of the ocean.
Suppose you went deep-sea diving. What would you find? Think of all the words that come to your mind, then build a paragraph. Share your story with other groups.
  • Suppose if I went deep sea diving, I would discover negligible mind blowing fish, lobsters in it. I would correspondingly see critical pearls which I would pass on home. There would in like way be shells in which I can discover pearls. There can be starfish, turtles, and a boat sunk at the base.

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