BSER Class 4 English Chapter 2 Each One Is Unique

 

BSER Solutions
Class – 4

Subject – English
Chapter – 2
Each One Is Unique

Answer the following questions first orally and then in writing.

1. Where was Devendra Jhajharia born ?
Answer – Devendra Jhajharia is born Churu district in Rajasthan.

2. Why was his hand cut off ?

Answer – While climbing a tree he touched a live electric cable so his hand cut off.

3. For what did he get gold medal in 2004 ?

Answer – His success in Athens he got gold medal in 2004.
 
4. When was he awarded Padamshri award ?
Answer – He awarded Padamshri award in March, 2012.
 

Acrivity – I 1. Check your understanding
A. Answer the following questions :
1. What thing did Ram make for his project ?
Answer – He has made a model of ‘Rain Water Harvesting’.

2. Who took Prakash to hospital and why ?
Answer – Prakash father took Prakash to hospital because his father’s scooter was hit by an auto and he fell down.

3. Who helped Ram in joining the school ?
Answer – Prakash helped Ram in joining the school.

4. Why could not Prakash play the cricket match ?
Answer – Prakash could not play the cricket because he have a sprained foot.

5. How did Prakash realise Ram’s pain ?
Answer – Ram uses a wheel chair and he can’t paly cricket match.

B. Choose the correct option :
1. I wonder why Prakash is not on time. The meaning of the word ‘wonder’ in this sentence is :
a. surprised            (√)
b. worried
c. afraid
d. ask myself

2. Prakash practiced for the ……………… match to be played the next day.
a. hockey
b. cricket                (√)
c. football
d. carrom

3. Who said these words ?
‘Be reasonable Prakash.’
a. Nitya                    (√)
b. Ashwin
c. Amit
d. Prakash’s Father

C. Write T for True and F for False sentence given below :
1. Prakash was limping because of a fracture in his leg. (T)
2. Prakash fell down because his scooter hit an auto. (T)
3. Prakash played the cricket match. (F)
4. Ram watched other people play all his life. (T)
5. Finally Prakash and Ram played the game of carrom together. (T)

Activity – II
A. Choose from the box the opposites of the words given below and write them in the blanks : (remember, small, weep, separately, started, yesterday)

a. big small  b. laugh  weep 
c. together separately  d. finished  started 
e. tomorrow yesterday  f. forget  remember 
B. Match the words in column A with their meanings in column B :
    A                          B 
lunch a meal eaten in the middle of the day. 
sprain to injure a joint in your body. 
parents mother and father 
happen take place
worry to keep thinking about the happening of something unpleasant. 
reasonable fair, practical and sensible.
simple  not special, ordinary 

C. Complete the spellings of the following words by inserting the missing letters in each of them.

1. It is an important match.
2. He went to hospital because he was ill.
3. I got admission to class IV in July last.
4. Ramesh is my best friend.
5. He got first prize for his medal in physics.

Activity – III
Look at the following sentences given below.
1. Hey, I can bat.
2. You can’t move on the field.
3. How can you play with a sprained foot ?
4. Someone can run foe me.
5. Can I use your phone ? Yes, you can.

[In the above sentence number 1 and 2 ‘can’ has been used for showing the ability/power to do something.
In sentence 3 and 4 ‘can’ has been used for showing the possibility of doing something in the preset.
In sentence 5 ‘can’ has been used for permission (informal).
ability, the possibility or the permission to do something, without ‘to’
The negative of ‘can’ is ‘can’t’ (cannot). We can also use ‘be able to’ in place of ‘can’ but ‘can’ is more usual.
For example : Are you able to speak any foreign language?
‘Can’ has only two forms, ‘can’ (Present) and ‘could’ (Past). The negative of ‘could’ is ‘could not’.
Could you give me your books ? (Request)]

Study the following sentence :
1. In my childhood, I could do what I liked.
2. The teacher told me, “you can write a paragraph on any topic of your choice.”

Fill in the blanks with can/cannot/could as required.
1. Abhinav can drive but he hasn’t got a car.
2. I cannot see you on Saturday but I can see you on Sunday morning.
3. My friend is ill so he cannot play with me.
4. He cannot run because he has a sprain in his ankle.
5. When I was a child I could climb a tree.
6. The principal told us that we could go on a tour.
7. Accidents can happen anywhere.
8. As a tennis player he could beat anybody in his young age.
9. A deaf is a person who cannot hear anything.
10. I have no money so I cannot lend you any money.

Activity – V
A. You are a student of class IV, write five sentences about things you can do. Begin your answer like this.
1. I can run a race.
2. I can jump.
3. I can swim well.
4. I can prepare tea.
5. I write a letter to my friend.

B. Now write five sentences using ‘cannot.’
1. I cannot sing a song.
2. I cannot swim.
3. They cannot buy anything without money.
4. We cannot study in a dirty room.
5. She cannot attend a party without a new dress.

C. Write five sentences each about what you could do and what you could not do in you childhood.
Begin like this : I could walk.
1. I could talk.
2. I could eat.
3. I could visit.
4. I could read.
5. I could write.
Begin it like this : I could not swim
1. I could not drive.
2. I could not fly.
3. I could not run fast.
4. I could not jump high.
5. I could not buy scooter.

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