Tamil Nadu 5th Standard English Book Back Solution | Trip to My Grand Parents Village | Lesson 2-1

Lesson.2 My Native Place

Trip to My Grand Parents Village Book Back Answer

Lesson.2.1> My Native Place – Trip to My Grand Parents Village

My Little Pictionary

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - My Little Pictionary bullock cart (n) : a vehicle with two or four wheels driven by bulls.
Trip to My Grand Parents Village - My Little Pictionary plough (v) : turn up earth with a plough.
Trip to My Grand Parents Village - My Little Pictionary Scarecrow (n) : a figure made to look like a person
and put in a field to frighten birds away
Trip to My Grand Parents Village - My Little Pictionary Grains (n) : wheat or other cultivated cereal used as food.
Trip to My Grand Parents Village - My Little Pictionary Armour (n) : The metal cover worn to protect the body in battle.

Glossary

  • eager – keen
  • vacation – holiday
  • numerous – great in number
  • pebble – a kind of stone
  • expert – well skilled
  • excited – happy
  • pleasant – Nice
  • abundant – plenty
  • thresh – Move violently to separate grain

Let Us Understand

A. Match the following.

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Match the Following

1. cuckoo a. blows
2. breeze b. sings
3. river c. swims
4. fish d. flows
Ans : 1 – b, 2 – a, 3 – d, 4 – c

B. Answer the following questions.

1. How did Santhosh record his diary?

Santhosh recorded his diary using mother’s phone.

2. Name some of the activities that the village children were doing on their vacation day?

Milking cows, Breaking open groundnut pods and piling them are some of the vacation day.

3. Why did Santhosh forget to watch television or play video games?

Santhosh’s trip was so enjoyable to him. So he forgot to watch television or play video games.

4. Did Santhosh enjoy his morning walk? How do you know?

Yes, Santhosh enjoyed his morning walk. He enjoyed the cool breeze and he felt that the air was also filled with the sweet sound of birds.

5. How did Santhosh spend his time when he went to the river?

As he could not swim, Santhosh sat on a big smooth rock. He watched his friends swam like experts. He saw the pebbles in the riverbed and colourful fish swimby.

6. How does Santhosh know that the river is clean?

The river is so clean as Santhosh could see the pebbles in the riverbed and colourful fish swimby

Additional

1. How did Santhosh travel?

Santhosh travelled by bus.

2. Which bird’s song is so enchanting to Santhosh?

The Cuckoo’s song is so enchanting to Santhosh.

3. Who took Santhosh to the village pond?

Paavai took Santhosh to the village pond.

Let Us Build

You already know singular and plural. Try this.

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - singluar to plural

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - singluar to plural Trip to My Grand Parents Village - singluar to plural
I am a lion. We are Lions.

1. Change -f and –fe, into -ves.

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Change -f and –fe, into -ves Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Change -f and –fe, into -ves

2. By changing their vowels, such as oo to ee or an to en.

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - By changing their vowels, such as oo to ee or an to en Trip to My Grand Parents Village - By changing their vowels, such as oo to ee or an to en
Trip to My Grand Parents Village - By changing their vowels, such as oo to ee or an to en Trip to My Grand Parents Village - By changing their vowels, such as oo to ee or an to en

3. Irregular plurals

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Irregular plurals

4. Some nouns are identical in both the singular and the plural forms.

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - identical in both the singular and the plural forms Trip to My Grand Parents Village - identical in both the singular and the plural forms

5. Add es for some words ending with o.

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Add es for some words ending with o Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Add es for some words ending with o

A. Look at the picture and tick the correct plural word.

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Look at the picture and tick the correct plural word

Loaf

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Look at the picture and tick the correct plural word

Fish

Loafs Loaves  Fish Fishes
Ans : Loaves Ans : Fish
Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Look at the picture and tick the correct plural word

Goose

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Look at the picture and tick the correct plural word

Mouse

Geese Goose Mice Mouses
Ans : Geese Ans : Mice
Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Look at the picture and tick the correct plural word

Child

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Look at the picture and tick the correct plural word

Man

Child Children  Men Mans
Ans : Children Ans : Men

B. Write the plural form.

Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Write the plural form Ans : Leaves
Trip to My Grand Parents Village - Write the plural form Ans : Mangoes

Some Useful Pages