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DAV Class 3 English Practice Book Solutions Pdf Chapter 1 Naming Words
DAV Class 3 English Practice Book Chapter 1 Worksheet 1 Solutions
Common Naming Words
Look at the given pictures and write their names.
(f) Railway Station
In the columns given below, write the names of person, animais/birds, places and things that you see around yourself in the school.
Look at the picture given below and make a list of the names of at least ten things that you can find in it.
DAV Class 3 English Practice Book Chapter 1 Worksheet 2 Solutions
Solve the crossword puzzle with the help of the pictures given below:
Read the poem ‘I Speak, I Say, I talk’ and the passage A.3 ‘Dolphins’ (Unit-Animal World) and make a list of common naming words mentioned there.
Underline the naming words which does not belong to the group. The first one has been done for you.
(a) lion, deer, crab, apple, hen
(b) architect, engineer, toy, nurse, designer
(c) ship, car, scooter, rickshaw, teacher
(d) friend, school, house, airport, library
(e) father, mother, cat, uncle, aunt
(f) cabbage, onion, tomato, brinjal, garden
Read the sentences given below and circle the naming words. One is done for you.
(a) There lived in a(1bresL)a camel and a jackal. They were friends. Once they decided to go to a field of sugarcane across the river. The jackal wanted to eat crabs in the river and the camel wanted to enjoy sugarcanes in the field.
(b) Fong ago when there were no trains, people used to travel in carriages. These carriages were drawn by horses. The travellers had to cross lonely roads and forests in these carriages only.
(c) A shepherd had a faithful dog. The dog had grown old and had lost all his teeth. Still he guarded his master’s flock of sheep and kept wild animals away.
(d) A fisherman caught a large fish. He thought of selling it to the king. He took the fish to the palace. He met the cook in the kitchen and sold the fish to him. When the cook cut open the stomach of the fish, he found a shining stone in it. It was a precious diamond.
(a) forest, camel, jackal, sugarcane, river, crabs, field
(b) trains, people, carriages, horses, travellers, roads, forests
(c) shepherd, dog, teeth, master’s, sheep, animals
(d) fisherman, fish, king, palace, cook, kitchen, stomach, stone, diamond.
DAV Class 3 English Practice Book Chapter 1 Worksheet 3 Solutions
Special Naming Words
Answer the following questions:
(a) What is your name?
(b) What is your father’s name?
(c) What is your mother’s name?
(d) Which city do you live in?
(e) Which is your favourite festival?
(f) Which is your favourite book?
(g) Which newspaper do you read?
Do it yourself.
Persons and places have special names also. Sometimes we may also give special names to certain things or to our pets (animals).
Read the examples given below:
(a) The Ganges is a holy river.
(b) Amitabh is a great actor.
(c) The Times is a newspaper.
(d) Diwali is a festival of lights.
(e) Sunday is the best day* of the week.
Write at least three special names for each of the following common naming words.
(a) Mohan, Rajni, Rakesh
(b) Diwali, Holi, Id-ul-Zuha
(c) Ganga, Yamuna, Kaveri
(d) Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata
(e) Mt. Everest, Nanda Devi, K, if Gita, Ramayana, Bible
(g) India, England, France
(h) Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Arctic Ocean
(z) Hindustan Times, Times of India, Sahara Times
(j) Asia, Europe, North America
DAV Class 3 English Practice Book Chapter 1 Worksheet 4 Solutions
The following box contains a mixture of some common names and some special names. Read these and write them in separate boxes.
|Common Names||Special Nantes|
In the following sentences some common naming words have been written in capital whereas some special names have been written in small letters. Correct the errors. The first one has been done for your.
(a) I would like to visit paris some day. Paris
(b) My favourite Friend is ruchi.
(c) Albert einstein was a great Scientist.
(d) There are seven Continents in the world.
(e) I have bought a new Ball.
(f) My favourite Cartoon programme is ‘tom and jerry’.
(b) friend, Ruchi;
(c) Einstein, scientist;
(f) cartoon, Tom, Jerry.
Do It Yourself
Cross the odd one out.
(a) Sunday, Thursday, Friday, weekday
(b) building, tower, Humayun’s Tomb, statue
(c) city, Jammu, town, village
(d) Rahul, brother, sister, friend
(b) Humayun’s Tomb
Read the following. Underline the special names and encircle the common naming words.
(a) In a small city called Surajnagar near Delhi, there lived a man called Sandeep. He had three sons—Ashu, Nitin and Amar. One day, the three boys decided to go to Water Park for a picnic. Their mother prepared food for them. She gave two buns and a bottle of coffee to Ashu, some sandwiches and a jug of tea to Nitin and some rice and a can of juice to Amar.
(b) Sahil sat outside his father’s restaurant ‘The Food Comer’ in Moti Nagar. He had some onions, a bowl of garlic and a basket full of potatoes in front of him.
(c) Ritu lived with her parents and grand-parents in a small town—Saharanpur. She went to the school in the morning and helped her mother in the kitchen
in the afternoon. She had a little puppy named—Tommy. In the evening, she took him to the small field near the tubewell and played with it.
(d) Sanjay was looking at the big aeroplane without blinking his eyes. He was going to Mumbai with his uncle, who had promised to take him to the famous Gateway of India and the Juhu beach. Sanjay watched the captain and the airhostess dressed in crisp, white uniforms. He decided to become a pilot when he grew up.
(a) Special names: Surajnagar, Delhi, Sandeep, Ashu, Nitin, Amar, Water Park.
Common names: city, man, sons, day, boys, mother, buns, coffee, sandwiches, tea, rice, juice.
(b) Special names: Sahil, The Food Comer, Moti Nagar.
Common names: restaurant, onions, garlic, potatoes.
(c) Special names: Ritu, Saharanpur, Tommy.
Common names: parents, grand-parents, town, school, morning, mother, kitchen, afternoon, puppy, evening, field, tubewell.
(d) Special names: Sanjay, Mumbai,
Gateway of India, Juhu, Sanjay. Common names: aeroplane, eyes, uncle, beach, captain, airhostess, uniforms, pilot.