2. Did the boy share his toffee and tricycle with others? 3. Why are the two children nobody’s friends? 4. What does the child in the last stanza want to share? 1. Do you like to share your favourite food or toys with others? Why? 2. Who is your best friend? Can you describe him/her? 3. Suppose you and your friends were very thirsty and there was only one glass of water What would you do? 4. If you had a bat, could you play cricket by yourself? 1. Can you find more words ending with -less friendless, homeless, _______________________ 2. Can you write the opposite of (i) lend b ________________ w 1. Several words mean no. The word never is one. It means at no time or not ever . Here are some other no words read them nobody no no where no one none nothing 2. Read the given sentences and underline the no word in each. (i) Nobody is at home. (ii) Ram has no book. (iii) Can no one help him? (iv) Was Gopal nowhere around? (v) None of the two boys came. (vi) There is nothing to do. (vii) I have no coat. nobody everybody somebody cycle bicycle tricycle share care stare hair pair stair Now write words that rhyme with train ___________ ___________ ___________ Here is a short story. Once a lion lay fast asleep in the Ranathambore forest of Rajasthan. Some mice were playing hide and seek near him. One mouse got trapped under the lion’s paw. The lion woke up, laughed loudly and let the mouse go! After some days the mouse heard the lion’s roar. He saw that the lion lay in great pain as he was tied with many ropes. The mouse used his sharp teeth and cut the rope. ‘‘You are a true friend,’’ said the lion. Fr A friend in need is a friend indeed. What does this mean? (i) We must be there for friends in trouble. (ii) Only a good friend will be with us when we are in trouble. Marigold always pinch harder. They didn't like telling their teacher, because that was telling tales. It so happened that the class went for a picnic to the seaside for a whole day. All the children were most excited. Marigold On that day, the sun shone bright, and all the children were wild with excitement. They crowded into the train and sat down — but nobody wanted to sit next children with a shout of joy. Down to the sands they raced, hand in hand — but nobody took Hari’s hand. Nobody went near him. Hari was angry. He went to a sandy corner near a rocky pool and sat down by himself. He took out his lunch and looked at it. It was a good lunch. There were two hard-boiled eggs, six jam sandwiches, three pieces of bread and butter, a ginger cake, and a bar of chocolate. He would eat it all by himself. He wouldn't offer anything Marigold Just as he was beginning on the eggs, he heard a hoarse voice near him. “Good morning! I am so pleased to meet a boy like you.” Hari turned around and stared in fright. Whatever do you think he saw? Hari saw a monster crab walking sideways out of the “Ah, here is my good cousin,” said the crab pleasantly, and, to Hari’s horror, he saw a large sandy lobster crawling heavily out of the pool. Before the little boy could stop him the lobster took his hand in his great pincer-like claws and pinched it so hard that Hari yelled Marigold in pain. Then he stared at the pool in surprise, for, out came sandy-coloured shrimps and prawns, more crabs, and another large lobster and they pricked Hari till he was soon black and blue with their pinching. “Don’t you like it?” said all the creatures in surprise. “Why, we were told you would love to see us because you were a champion pincher and pricker yourself. Come, come join in the fun!” Hari leapt to his feet, crying loudly. His lunch rolled into the pool, and when the crabs and lobsters saw it they ran to it and began to feast eagerly. Hari saw that they had forgotten him for a time, and he turned and ran for his life, tears streaming down his cheeks. 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. 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. 3. Which of the following actions would make a friendly person? Write them down. Respecting other people. • Eating a small child’s tiffin. • Marigold 2. Hari was pinched till he was black and blue. 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. 3. ‘I shan’t pinch anyone anymore’. Shan’t means. (i) shall (ii) should (iii) shall not (iv) will not 4. Give the full forms of won’t ______________________ weren’t ______________________ wouldn’t ______________________ couldn’t ______________________ 5. A girl was sitting quietly beside him. Hari leapt to his feet, crying loudly. The words quietly and loudly done. Find five more words ending in -ly something is done. (i) ______________________ ly (ii) ______________________ ly (iii) ______________________ ly (iv) ______________________ ly prawn d __________ vowed teach Hari a lesson? Write in a few lines. 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 or thing whereas, the particular person or thing. A, an and the Remember an a,e,i,o,u. Now fill in the blanks with appropriate (i) Hari was ______________ unpopular boy. (iv) I found______________empty bottle, floating a picnic. 4. Can ference between W

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