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Question 1: Learn New Words
A) Flying: To move through air with wings Example sentences:
1) The bird was flying high in the sky.
2) I was flying in my dreams.
B) High: Greater than usual in amount, number or degree Example sentences:
1) They were travelling at a high speed.
2) The apple tree was 15 feet high.
C) Man: An adult male human being Example sentences:
1) A man came at my house.
2) I saw a tall man with big black eyes.
D) Mountains: A rocky earth surface that is higher than a hill Example sentences:
1) I can see mountains from my classroom.
2) She lives in the mountains.
E) Sea: A large body of salt water Example sentences:
1) The sea is blue in colour.
2) We cannot drink the sea water.
F) Take: To carry, move or lead Example sentences:
1) Please take your book from the table.
2) Take this bottle to your father.
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Question 2: Can you guess who the Flying-man is?
Choose your answer.
• The Flying-man is Superman.
• The Flying-man is a pilot.
• The Flying-man is an astronaut.
• The Flying-man is Batman.
Now talk about him.
According to me, the Flying-man is Superman. He always helps people in need. He is very powerful and can fly at a high speed. He always wears a Superman suit.
Disclaimer: This is a sample answer. The students are advised to write the answers based on their own experiences and observations.
(a) What will you see outside your aeroplane
(i) during the day?
(ii) at night?
(b) What will you see inside your aeroplane?
(ii) At night, I will see stars and moon from the aeroplane.
(iii) I will see passengers and air-hostesses inside the aeroplane.
Disclaimer: These are sample answers. The students are advised to write the answers based on their own experiences and observations.
Question 4: Say aloud
• Which word in the box sounds like ‘high’?
• Which word rhymes with ‘me’?
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Question 1: What shall I be when I grow up? Match the following:
Disclaimer: Kindly refer the textbook for the images.
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Question 1: Let's read and write
Disclaimer: Join the dotted lines to form the given alphabets.