Andhra Pradesh AP Board 3rd Class English Solutions 6th Lesson Do Good and Reap Good Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.
AP State Syllabus 3rd Class English Solutions Chapter 6 Do Good and Reap Good
Textbook Page No. 63
Look at picture.
Answer the following questions orally.
What do you see in the picture ?
I see a boy shouting, houses, mountains in the picture.
Where is the boy in this picture ?
The boy is up on the valley.
What is he doing ?
The boy is shouting.
What do you do when you are angry ?
I stay calm without talking to anyone.
What do you do when you are happy ?
I will sing and dance.
Textbook Page No. 66
Answer the following Questions.
Where was Malli’s house ?
Malli’s house was near a valley.
How was the valley ?
The valley was surrounded by beautiful hills and trees.
On what day was the village fair held ?
The village fair was held on Saturdays.
What did Malli ask his mother ?
Malli asked his mother to give him ten rupees to buy an ice-cream.
Why was Malli angry with his mother ?
Malli was angry because his mother didn’t give him the money.
What was he afraid of ?
He was afraid that, he heard the same words, he said from the other end of the valley.
Have you ever been afraid of anything ? Why ?
Yes, once in my street when a few monkeys came near to me, I got scared. Because they were so wild and its the first time I experienced such situation.
Read the following sentences.
1) a. Malli is afraid of the sound.
b. Malli feared the sound.
2) a. We feel happy to hear any good news.
b. We are glad to hear any good news.
In the above sentences, the underlined words ‘afraid of and ‘feared’ convey the same meaning. Similarly, the words ‘happy’ and ‘glad’ convey the same in meaning. The words ‘happy’ and ‘glad’ are synonyms.
Take down the following pairs of synonyms in your note book.
little – small
hate – joyful
bad – evil
hate – dislike
afraid – scared
Textbook Page No. 67
Activity – 3
Match the following words with their synonyms.
Read the following sentences and notice the underlined words.
1. Once there lived a boy.
2. Malli shouted, ‘I Love you.’
3. The mother asked the boy to go back to the valley.
4. The valley is surrounded by green trees.
5. The son heard the echo ‘I hate you.’
The underlined words in the above sentences are action words. They refer to completed actions. They are formed by adding ‘-ed’ or’—d’ at the end of the base words. The base forms of the words are called Regular verbs.
lived = live + d
shouted = shout + ed
asked = ask + ed
surrounded = surround + ed
heard = hear + d
Let’s see some more examples.
Vinay painted a picture last night.
Sirisha cooked food yesterday.
Alekhya visited Tirumala last year.
In the above sentences the verbs ‘painted’, ‘cooked’, ‘visited’ are in past tense and represent completed actions. So they are in the simple past tense.
Underline the past tense forms of verbs in the following sentences.
1. Vamsi completed the project work last night.
Vamsi completed the project work last night.
2. Venu dressed shabbily yesterday.
Venu dressed shabbily yesterday.
3. The student answered all the questions.
The student answered all the questions.
4. The children played cricket last Monday.
The children played cricket last Monday.
5. She watered the plants an hour ago.
She watered the plants an hour ago.
Read the following conversation.
Grocer : What do you want?
Madhu : I want potatoes. How much does a kilo cost?
Grocer : FIfty rupees a kilo.
Madhu : Give me two kilos.
Grocer : Take these potatoes.
Madhu : Here is your money.
Grocer : Thank you, visit again.
Textbook Page No. 69
Activity – 5
Raju went to a fruit market to buy bananas.
Develop the possible conversation between Raju and the fruit seller.
Raju : I want bananas.
How much does a dozen cost ?
Fruit seller : Sixty rupees a dozen.
Raju : ______________
Answer: ‘Give me two dozens.
Fruit seller : ________
Answer: Take these bananas.
Raju : No plastic bags please, pack them in a paper bag
Rewrite the following using correct punctuation marks (full stop, capitalization)
On Saturday, the weekly fair takes place On that day, people from nearby villages come there
On Saturday, the weekly fair takes place. On that day, people from nearby villages come there.
Listening & Responding
Use the context from the story. Enact the following.
The child : Maa, please give me ten rupees.
The mother : No, I won’t give you.
The child : I hate you maa !
(The child runs outside the classroom and shouts)
The child : I hate you! I hate you!
Voice over : I hate you ! I hate you !
(The child went to his mother)
The child : Maa, Maa, there is a bad boy.
The Mother : Oh! I see! How do you say he is a bad boy, dear ? (looking surprised)
The child : Maa, the bad boy shouted at me, ‘I hate you, I hate you’.
The Mother : Is it? now go back and shout “I Love you!”
(The child runs to the same place and shouts)
The child : I love you! I love you!
Voice over : I love you! I love you !
The child : Oh! I got it maa. (surprised)
Textbook Page No. 70
Read how Maui introduced himself.
My name is Malli.
I am eight years old.
I am in 3rd class.
My school is M.P.P. School.
there are 5 members in our family.
Now, you introduce yourself.
Answer: My name is Divva. (Name)
Answer: I am in third class. (Class)
Answer: My school is VM. C.Ele. School. (School)
There are 3 members in our family.
Textbook Page No. 71
Your teacher will read the following words. Repeat after him / her.
Sing & Enjoy
Oh! Look at the Moon,
She is shining up there;
Oh! Mother, She looks
Like a lamp in the air.
Last week she was smaller,
And shaped like a bow;
But now she’s grown bigger,
And round as an O.
– Eliza Lee Cabot Follen
shine = be bright by reflecting
week = the period of seven consecutive days
bow = a weapon for shooting arrows
grown = fully developed.
Textbook Page No. 72
Answer the following questions.
Who looks like a lamp in the air ?
The moon looks like a lamp in the air.
How does the moon look like ?
The moon looks like a lamp.
What was the shape of the moon ?
The moon is shaped like a bow.
Do you like the moon ? Why ?
Yes, because it is beautiful.
Have you ever seen the full moon ? How is it ?
Yes, I have seen. It’s really bright and glorious to look at.
moon – soon
there – air
lamp – camp
week – beak
bow – sow
grown – shown
round – found
Do Good And Reap Good
There lived boy Malli with his mother near a valley. Malli played with friends and liked that place. On Saturday a weekly fair took place. People buy their daily commodities there. Malli bought ice-cream as he liked it very much.
Once, when he asked his mother for money to buy ice-cream, she refused. So, he said, ‘I hate you Maa’ with anger, he ran upto valley and shouted ‘I hate you’. He heard the same words and got afraid. Malli told everything to his mother. She said to go back and shout, ‘I love you’ Now, when he heard the same words back, he felt happy. He hugged his mother and said, ‘I love you, Amma’. In life, we get what we do.
ఒకప్పుడు మల్లి అనే బాలుడు మరియు అతని అమ్మ ఒక లోయ దగ్గరలో ఉండేవారు. మల్లి చెట్టు నీడన తన స్నేహితులతో కలిసి ఆడుకునేవాడు. ఆ ప్రదేశాన్ని ఎంతో ఇష్టపడేవాడు ప్రతి శనివారం అక్కడ సంత జరిగేది. దగ్గర ఊరులో జనాలు అందరూ వచ్చి నిత్యావసర వస్తువులు కొనక్కొని వెళ్ళేవారు. మల్లికి ఐస్ క్రీమ్ లు ఇష్టం. ఆ సంతలో కొనేవాడు. అలాగే ఒకసారి అమ్మను పది రూపాయలు అడిగాడు. అప్పుడు ఆమె ఇవ్వకపోవడంతో, నువ్వంటే నాకు ఇష్టం లేదు అని కోపంతో అరుస్తాడు. లోయ పైకి వెళ్ళి మళ్ళీ అలా అరుస్తాడు. అప్పుడు తనకు మళ్ళీ అదే వినపడడంతో భయపడతాడు. ఇంటికి వెళ్ళి వాళ్ళ అమ్మకు జరిగింది చెప్తాడు. అప్పుడు ఆమె మల్లిని తిరిగి అక్కడకు వెళ్ళి ‘నువ్వంటే నాకు ఇష్టం’ అని అనమంటుంది. వెళ్ళి అలా అరవగా మల్లికి అవే ప్రతిధ్వనులు వినబడతాయి. సంతోషించి ‘నువ్వంటే నాకు ఇష్టం అమ్మ’ అంటాడు. జీవితంలో మనం ఏం చేస్తే అది మనకు తిరిగి వస్తుంది.
valley : a low area of land between hills; (లోయ)
hate : dislike strongly; (ద్వేషించు)
echo : resound; (ప్రతిధ్వని)
hug : embrace tightly to express affection; (కౌగిలించు)
surprise : something unexpected; (ఆశ్చర్య౦)