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DAV Class 4 English Practice Book Solutions Pdf Chapter 7 Verbs
Guess the Name
Read the riddles given below and guess the name for each. Write your answer in the space provided.
DAV Class 4 English Practice Book Chapter 7 Worksheet 1 Solutions
Was it fun solving the riddles? Now let us check the answers by filling in the blanks given below:
When we _________ the fire, it _________ high but when we _________ it water, it _________
feed, grows, give, dies
A tree _________ gay in spring as it is dressed in bright clothes of leaves and flowers. In summer, the tree _________ more clothes and in winter, it _________ off its clothes.
looks, wears, throws
A comb has teeth but it cannot _________.
You can _________ this puzzle as it is simple. The potato has many eyes but not even one nose.
When you _________ out more mud from a hole in the ground, it bigger.
DAV Class 4 English Practice Book Chapter 7 Worksheet 2 Solutions
You have read about animal sounds in Section B of Unit-Wit and Humour of My English Reader. Match the animals (given in Column A) with their sounds (given in Column B).
Now make the correct sentences and write them in the space provided below:
1. A lion roars.
2. An owl hoots.
3. A cat purrs.
4. A duck quacks.
5. A bee hums.
6. A frog croaks.
7. A sheep baas.
8. A monkey chatters.
9. A hen clucks.
10. A mouse squeaks.
11. A fly buzzes.
12. A horse neighs.
13. A dog barks.
14. A wolf howl.
15. A cow moos.
DAV Class 4 English Practice Book Chapter 7 Worksheet 3 Solutions
Work with your partner. First read the story given below. Then fill in the blank spaces with action words that are hidden in the ‘Verb Search Sheet’ following the story. Circle the word in the search sheet and then fill it in the correct blank. One has been done as an example.
The Lion and the Mouse
Once a lion was asleep in a forest. A little mouse began running upon him. This _________ the lion. The lion _________ angry. ‘How dare you me?’ he roared and _________ his huge paw upon the little mouse. He _________ his big jaw to _________ him. ‘Please _________ me,’ _________ the mouse. ‘I will _________ you some day.’ The lion _________ and _________ him to _________.
Verb Search Sheet:
wakened, got, disturbed, placed, opened, eat, forgive, said, help, laughed, allowed, go
DAV Class 4 English Practice Book Chapter 7 Worksheet 4 Solutions
Supply suitable action words to fill in the blanks.
Traffic Jams are a common sight these days. During the traffic jams, vehicles _________ ahead at the speed of snails. Trucks and buses _________ the roads. The policemen on duty _________ their best but they _________ to control the traffic. Traffic Jams occur because people do not _________ the traffic rules. During the traffic jams, one can _________ the drivers shouting at each other. Traffic jams _________ at any time of the day. For school children, traffic jams is a great boon because children have an excuse to the school late.
are, move, block, try, fail, obey, hear, occur, reach
Do It Yourself
Read the lines taken from the story ‘What’s Really Important’ (Unit- Sports) of My English Reader that tell us what sportsman spirit is. Underline the action words.
(a) A few years ago at the Special Olympics, nine contestants physically or mentally disabled assembled at the starting line for the 100 metre dash.
(b) One boy fell down a few times and he cried.
(c) The other eight children heard the boy’s cries. They slowed down and paused.
(d) They all turned around and went back.
(e) One girl bent down and kissed the boy. She said, ‘This will make you better.’
(f) Then all the nine linked their arms and walked together to the finish line. Everyone in the stadium stood up and the cheering went on for ten minutes.
Look at Aleena’s daily time-table given below.
Now, on the basis of her time-table, fill in suitable action words in the paragraph given below that her friend wrote about her. The first one has been done as an example.
Aleena is able to do all her work well because she has made a time-table for herself. She wakes up at 6:30 a.m. every morning. At 7:30 a.m., she _________ to school. She _________ school from 7:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. She back home at 2:00 p.m. She _________ her clothes and _________ lunch between 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. Between 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m., she _________ T.V. or _________ music. She _________ from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. She _________ for two hours from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. She _________ her dog for a walk from 7:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. She _________ dinner from 8:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and at 9:00 p.m. she _________ to bed.
goes, attends, reaches, changes, eats, watches, listens, studies, plays, takes, eats, goes
Read the following passage. The slash (/) tells you the place in each line where an action word is missing. Write the missing word in the space provided. The first one has been done as an example.
II alone at home. I was
was /T.V. when all of a sudden _________
I /the sound of footsteps outside _________
my room. I / frightened. _________
I / to..Go.t at mypa rents _________
should 1 home quickly. Suddenly _________
someoñe / at the’door. Very quietly _________
I / down onbmy.bed. _________
The knock / loudey. Slowly, with a sheet, _________
“I / myface and with all _________
‘my strength I /loudly I heard _________
o’ somthhë sáying; ‘I the door, my child.’ _________
It / my mother knocking at the door. _________
I/alone at home. I was
was/T.V. when all of a sudden watching
I/the sound of footsteps outside heard
my room.I/ lightened. was
I/to God that my parents praved
should/home quickly. Suddenly return/come
someone/at the door. Very quietly knocked
I/down on my bed. lay
The knock/louder. Slowly with a sheet, grew
I/my face and with all covered
my strength I/loudly. I heard cried
someone saying, ‘/the door, my child.’ open
It/my other knocking at the door. was