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DAV Class 5 English Practice Book Solutions Pdf Chapter 6 Adverbs
DAV Class 5 English Practice Book Chapter 6 Worksheet 1 Solutions
Read the following sentences.
(i) The participant danced gracefully.
(ii) The driver drove the bus carefully.
(iii) Mr Verma left for Kanpur early.
(iv) She narrated the story later.
(v) The meeting was held here.
Now answer these questions in one word.
(i) How did the participant dance?
(ii) How did the driver drive the bus?
(iii) When did Mr Verma leave for Kanpur?
(iv) When did she narrate the story?
(v) Where was the meeting held?
All the words you have written to answer ‘how’, ‘when’ and ‘where’tell us something more about the verbs in the sentences.
DAV Class 5 English Practice Book Chapter 6 Worksheet 2 Solutions
Read this conversation and underline the words that tell us where the action takes place.
Mr Kothari : Mr Sood was supposed to come. Has he come?
Raghu : Yes, sir. He is waiting for you downstairs.
Mr Kothari :I have to discuss with him something important. Where is my briefcase?
Raghu : (Pointing to the briefcase). It is here, sir.
Mr Kothari : And where are my glasses?
Raghu : I don’t know, sir. I have looked for them every¬where. but 1 can’t find them.
Mr Kothari : Thank you.
You have underlined the words that tell us, ‘where’ the action takes place. These words are called Adverbs.
DAV Class 5 English Practice Book Chapter 6 Worksheet 3 Solutions
On the basis of the pictures given on the next page, complete the sentences. Take help from the Aid Box. The first one has been done for you.
(i) The man is shouting angrily.
(ii) The boys greeted each other cheerfully.
(iii) The girl is crying bitterly.
(iv) The child is sleeping peacefully.
(v) The soldiers fought bravely.
(vi) Anita Singh is singing sweetly.
The words that you have used to fill in the blanks tell us ‘how’ the action takes place. They are all Adverbs.
DAV Class 5 English Practice Book Chapter 6 Worksheet 4 Solutions
Unscramble the letters given below. One has been done as an example.
(i) reaaydl : already
(ii) atle : ____________________________
(iii) goa : ____________________________
(iv) won : ____________________________
(v) feerob : ____________________________
(vi) sono : ____________________________
DAV Class 5 English Practice Book Chapter 6 Worksheet 5 Solutions
Now use the unscrambled words from the previous worksheet to fill in the blanks given below. One has been done for you.
(i) I have heard this story before.
(ii) We must begin our work ____________________________.
(iii) She arrived ____________________________.
(iv) I have ____________________________ done my homework.
(v) There lived a prince a long time ____________________________.
(vi) The train will be arriving ____________________________.
The words you have filled in the blanks tell us ‘when’ the action takes place. These words are also Adverbs.
DAV Class 5 English Practice Book Chapter 6 Worksheet 6 Solutions
Do you know your friend?
Think of any one student in your class whose habits you know well. Imagine you are that person and complete these sentences as she/he would.
(i) I enjoy reading a book.
(ii) I usually go _________
(iii) I rarely _________
(iv) I never _________
(y) I sometimes _________
(vi) I often _________
(i) reading a book
(ii) to the park
(iii) visit a temple
(iv) tell a lie
(v) get angr
(vi) eat ice-cream.
Now circle the words that tell us something about the verb.
After reading out your sentences, ask the class/your partner to guess your friend’s name.
The name of the student you had thought of is _________.
Notice that the words you have encircled are words that tell us ‘how often’ the action is done. They are also Adverbs.
DAV Class 5 English Practice Book Chapter 6 Worksheet 7 Solutions
Complete the following passage by writing one suitable word in each blank. Take the help of the Aid Box given below.
I had once gone to Prateek’s house. But after visiting his house, I decided not to go to his house _________. He never cleans his room and is _________ playing games on the computer. He _________ leaves his dirty clothes on the floor and _________ cleans his table. He _________ leaves his shoes in odd places and _________ uses the shoe rack. I _________ wonder how he lives in that room.
again, aiwas, usually, never, oflen, seldom, sometimes.
Do It Yourself
Write a suitable adverb in each blank.
Rajeev watched the television happily. He was waiting _________ for his friends to arrive. He heard someone knocking at the door . It must be my friends, he thought . He rushed to the door _________ and opened the door _________. There was no one at the door. He was about to turn back when he heard his friends sing ‘Happy Birthday’ _________. He welcomed them _________.
eagerly, impatiently, excitedly, hurriedly, noisily, cheerfully, gladly.
You tell your friend about a dance performance you have seen. Following is the conversation you have with her. Complete it using suitable words.
You : Last night we went to sec a dance performance.
Your friend : How did the dancer perform?
You : She danced very _________.
Your friend : What was the response of the audience?
You : People liked it so much that they clapped _________.
Your friend : I wish I too could have seen it. Were there any vacant seats?
You : Some seats behind us lay unoccupied for some time.
Your friend : Really?
You : Yes, but they too were occupied. Some people are in the habit of _________ arriving late.
beautifully, cheerfully, soon, usually.
In the following passage, one word is missing in each line. A slash (/) has been placed where the word is missing. Write the missing word in the space provided. The first one has been done as an example.
My mother cooks/. _________
She/bakes a cake on my birthday. _________
I/invite my friends to a feast. This year _________
my house was/full of children. _________
My mother had/seen ___________
so many of us gathered at one time.
Well, always, usually, again, never.