Andhra Pradesh AP Board 3rd Class English Solutions 5th Lesson The Good Samaritan Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.
AP State Syllabus 3rd Class English Solutions Chapter 5 The Good Samaritan
Textbook Page No. 53
Look at the picture.
Answer the following questions orally.
How many children are there ?
There are ten children.
What are the girls doing ?
The girls are playing.
What happened to the boy ?
The boy was injured.
What is the other boy doing ?
The other boy is helping him to get up.
Have you ever helped anyone
Yes, I did.
Textbook Page No. 57
Answer the following questions.
Where did the Jewish man live ?
The Jewish man lived in Jerusalem.
Who started the journey to Jericho ?
The Jewish man started journey to Jericho.
Where was the Jewish man left by the robbers ?
He was left on the road.
Who helped the Jewish man ?
The Samaritan helped the Jewish man.
Why was the Samaritan called ’The Good Samaritan’ ?
It is because he helped the Jewish man with goodness.
Read the following opposite words.
open × close
after × before
near × far
stop × start
kind × cruel
Textbook Page No. 58
Activity – 3
Observe the above two pictures. Identify the differences in them and fill in the blanks with the words given in the box.
many tall small closed white fat start
1. A ____ house × A big house.
A small house × A big house.
2. A black boat × A _____ boat.
A black boat × A white boat.
3. A _____ coconut tree × A short coconut tree.
A tall coconut tree × A short coconut tree.
4. A ___ girl. × A thin girl.
A fat girl. × A thin girl.
5. A stop board × A ____ board.
A stop board × A start board.
6. Few birds × ____ birds.
Few birds × many birds.
7. ____ gate × opened gate.
closed gate × opened gate.
Textbook Page No. 63
Activity – 4
Your teacher will read out the following words / phrases. Write them in your note book.
5. a gang of robbers…….
6. wound ……..
Read the following statements. Observe the underlined words.
1. Jewish man lived in jerusalem.
2. He started his journey One morning.
3. He opened his eyes with great difficulty.
4. He stopped his donkey.
The underlined words are action words. They are called verbs. They denote completed actions. They are used here in simple past tense.
The root forms of the above verbs are live, start, open and stop. The past tense form of the above verbs are formed by adding -ed or -d.
Such verbs are called regular verbs.
Textbook Page No. 60
Frame meaningful sentences from the following table.
e.g. I painted a picture.
1) I played cricket.
2) He painted a picture.
3) They closed the door.
4) We ordered coffee.
5) She asked a question.
Read the following passage. Find the regular past form of verbs.
Once there lived an old man named Suranna. One day, he invited his friends to his home. He called his wife and asked her to prepare dinner. She prepared a delicious dinner. All of them enjoyed the dinner. They thanked the couple.
Circle the regular past tense form of the verbs in the passage and write them down in the blanks.
Rewrite the following with correct punctuation. (Full stop, Capitalization)
the jewish man saw a man coming towards him he was riding a donkey the man was a Samaritan
The Jewish man saw a man coming towards him. He was riding a donkey.
The man was a Samaritan.
Textbook Page No. 61
Activity – 8
Write 4 or 5 sentences about your visit to a place (a temple / a church / mosque). Use the following clues.
visited – with parents – last month – enjoyed – bought toys
1. I visited a temple nearby.
2. I went along with my parents.
3. All of us enjoyed together.
4. We visited this temple the last month.
5. We bought toys and had fun.
Activity – 9
You are going to school. On the way, you have seen a puppy limping and crying.
What do you do ?
You have helpoed the puppy. You are late to school. How do you feel ?
Enact the above scene as a skit.
Activity – 10
Your teacher will read the following words. Repeat after your teacher.
Textbook Page No. 62
Read the following poster.
Prepare your own poster.
Look at the picture. A girl is tying a bandage to her brother’s finger. Colour the picture.
The Good Samaritan
Once, there lived a Jewish man in Jerusalem. One day, he started his journey to Jericho. Suddenly, a gang of robbers beat him and took away all money from him. the man was injured. After sometime he saw a priest nearby. He thought he would help him but he went on. Later, a Levite came and went away. Then a Samaritan there.
Jews didn’t like Samaritans. So, he expected that the man wouldn’t help him. But the Samaritan stopped his donkey and came to him with compassion. Jewish man was almost fainting. The Samaritan gave him water and bandaged the wounds. Then he took him to an inn on his donkey. He paid the inn-keeper enough money and left the Jewish man there. Soon, he recovered and went home. He always remembered Samaritan’s kindness.
అనగనగా జెరూసలెం అనే ప్రదేశంలో ఒక యూదు దేశస్థుడు నివసించేవాడు. ఒక రోజు అతను జెరికో అనే ఊరికి బయలు దేరాడు. హఠాత్తుగా ఒక దొంగల గుంపు తనను బాగా కొట్టి, అతని డబ్బు అంతా తీసుకువెళ్ళారు. ఆ దెబ్బలకి ఆ యూదు దేశస్థుడు గాయపడ్డాడు. కొంత సేపటికి అక్కడ ఒక పురోహితుడు అటుగా రావడం చూసి తనను ఆదుకుంటాడని భావిస్తాడు. కాని అతను తన దారిన వెళ్ళిపోతాడు. ఆ తర్వాత ఆ దారిన ఒక సమరిటన్ వస్తాడు. తాను కూడా వచ్చిన దారిన వెళ్తాడు. అప్పుడు ఒక దయాళువు అటుగా వస్తాడు.
కాని యూదులకు, వారికి మంచి సంబంధాలు లేకపోవడంతో తను సహాయం చేయడని భావిస్తాడు. కాని ఆ దయాళువు తన దగ్గరకు వచ్చి మంచి నీళ్ళు తాగించి, గాయాలకు మందు రాస్తాడు. ఆ తర్వాత దగ్గర్లో ఉన్న సత్రములో యజమానికి డబ్బు ఇచ్చి, యూదుడిని బాగా చూసుకోమని చెప్పి వెళ్తాడు. కొన్ని రోజులకు యూదుడు కోలుకొని తన ఇంటికి తిరిగి వెళ్తాడు. ఎప్పుడు ఆ దయాళువును తలచుకొనేవాడు.
Jewish man = a man belonging to Judaism; (యూదు)
compassion = pity (కరుణ)
robber = a thief who steals by violence; (దొంగ)
priest = a person who performs religious duties; (పురోహితుడు)
Levite = a member of the tribe of Levi;
Samaritaninn = a member of people inhabiting Samaria; దయాళువు
a hotel providing lodging for travelers. సత్రము
wound = injury గాయం
have in mind (గుర్తుపెట్టుకొనుట)