Tamil Nadu 4th Standard English Book Back Solution | A Voyage | Lesson 3-2

Lesson.3 Time for a Journey

A Voyage Book Back Answer

Lesson.3.2> Time for a Journey – A Voyage

Glossary

  • hire – use temporarily for sometime for an agreed payment
  • sail – travel in a boat
  • tremble – shake or quiver slightly
  • fainted – lose consciousness for a long time
  • decide – finalize a plan
  • leave – move away
  • blew – to cause something move
  • inspite of – despite

A. Circle the animals which are in the voyage.

A Voyage Circle the animals which are in the voyage

B. Match the following.

A Voyage Match the following

C. Write the rhyming words.

  • one – own
  • away – day
  • goat – boat
  • gale – pale

D. Choose the best answer.

1. The animals _______ the boat.

  1. buy
  2. make
  3. hire

Ans : hire

2. Suddenly there was a _______.

  1. rain
  2. gale
  3. thunder

Ans : gale

E. Answer the following questions.

1. Why did they sail?

They wanted to find a new country.

2. Like whom did they want to do?

They wanted to do like columbus.

3. Did they find a new country?

Yes they found a new country.

Additional

Answer the following questions.

1. How long did the boat sail?

The boat sailed for a night and a day.

2. What happend to the Ape and the Goat when a great gale blew?

The Ape and the Goat nearly fainted together when a great gale blew.

Let Us Know

See how they use and, but and or to connect two words or sentences.

A Voyage connect two words or sentences He has a bat and a ball.
A Voyage connect two words or sentences He has a bat but not a ball.
A Voyage connect two words or sentences Would you like a pen or a pencil?

We use and to join sentences that are the same.

  • He has a bat. He has a ball.
  • He has a bat and a ball.

We use but to join sentences that are opposites.

  • He has a bat. He does not have a ball.
  • He has a bat but not a ball.

We use or if we have to choose one out of many.

  • Do you want rice? Do you want idly?
  • Do your want rice or idly?

Some more examples.

A Voyage connect two words or sentences The bird can fly and hop.
A Voyage connect two words or sentences He is small but strong.
A Voyage connect two words or sentences Do you want rice or idly?
Note to the teacher : Emphasis the correct usage of and, but and or.

A. Fill in the blanks with and, but, or.

1. I play tennis ______ cricket.

Ans : and

2. The dove ______ the ant are friends.

Ans : and

3. I want popcorn ______ not pizza.

Ans : but

4. Do you want tea ______ coffee?

Ans : or

5. An elephant is big ______ slow.

Ans : and

6. Would you like bananas ______ mangoes?

Ans : and

Additional

Fill in the blanks with and, but, or.

1. I eat idli ______ dosa.

Ans : and

2. My father ______ my mother came to the function.

Ans : and

3. I want tea ______ not coffee.

Ans : but

4. Do you like Ajith ______ Vijay?

Ans : or

5. Can you come ______ finish the work?

Ans : and

Let us Listen

Listen and respond to the directions. Then circle the correct action words that you heard and performed.

1. (a) get up (b) sit down (c) bend down (d) stand
2. (a) ask (b) hear (c) tell (d) shout
3. (a) drink (b) chew (c) swallow (d) eat
4. (a) drive (b) ride (c) fly (d) sail
5. (a) imitate (b) act (c) do (d) perform
6. (a) put (b) throw (c) take (d) keep
7. (a) read (b) print (c) draw (d) write
8. (a) shake (b) touch (c) grab (d) hold
9. (a) tell (b) say (c) ask (d) read
10. (a) open (b) close (c) shut (d) drag
Note to the teacher: Scan the QR code to listen to the audio. Let the children listen to the audio and answer the question.

Let us Speak

What did the teacher teach?

A Voyage What did the teacher teachStructures that are useful for this situation. 

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