Andhra Pradesh AP Board 5th Class English Solutions 3rd Lesson The Necklace Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.
AP State Syllabus 5th Class English Solutions Chapter 3 The Necklace
Look at the picture and answer the following questions.
What do you observe in the picture?
There are some children and their mothers.
Name the ornaments shown in the picture.
Earrings, Bangles, Anklets.
Are the girls wearing any ornaments?
Yes. The girls are wearing ornaments.
Do you buy costly ornaments?
Yes. I some times buy costly ornaments.
Which metals are used to make ornaments?
Gold and silver are used to make ornaments.
Is it good to spend more money on ornaments?
No. It is not good to spend more money on ornaments.
I. Answer the following questions.
What kind of a girl was Matilda?
Matilda was a pretty and admirable girl She was born into a family of poor artisans. She wanted to enjoy every delicacy and luxury.
Why did Matilda’s husband come home happily?
Matilda’s husband came home happily. He received an invitation to a birthday party.
Who helped Matilda to go to the party ?
Matilda’s friend Jane helped her to go to the party.
What was the price of the replaced necklace?
The price of the replaced necklace was thirty six thousand Francs.
How did the couple get the money m buy the diamond necklace?
The couple worked hard for ten years to pay the money. They did all the work by themselves to pay the money.
Was the lost necklace a real one?
The lost necklace was an imitation. It was not a real one.
What was the cost of the necklace given by Jane?
The cost of the necklace given by Jane was only five hundred Francs.
II. Read the following sentences and state whether they are TRUE or FALSE.
Matilda was born in New York.
The husband of Matilda was a secretary to the minister.
Matilda chose a pearl necklace.
Matilda borrowed eighteen thousand francs.
The couple worked with the help of a maid to pay off the debts.
Let’s observe the underlined words in the following sentences.
- Matilda was a pretty and admirable girl.
In the above sentence pretty and admirable are adjectives.
- Adjectives describe the nouns.
- Adjectives can be formed from nouns and verbs.
Now, we are going to learn to form adjectives from verbs.
The underlined word admirable is describing Matilda. Admirable is formed from the words ‘admire + able.
Admire is a verb but it becomes an adjective by adding ‘able’.
Here is a list of verbs which are formed as adjectives by adding suffixes like able, ful, ible, ent, ant, ive, ing etc.
I. Match the following verbs given in column ‘A* with the suitable suffixes given in column ‘B’ and write the words in column ‘C’.
My word list:
You can write new words from the story. Refer to a dictionary, put them in alphabetical order.
|delicacy||anxiously||filled with anxiety|
|faltered||artisans||workers in a skilled trade|
|lamented||delicacy||something good to eat|
|anxiously||faltered||spoke in a hesitating way|
Complete the table by using the examples given above. One has been done for you.
Underline ‘Wh’ – words in the following sentences.
When did you go to the market?
Why do you trouble me ?
Where will you meet him ?
How did you spend your holidays ?
Whom do they want to elect ?
There are called question words. Let’s learn how to use these ‘Wh‘ words.
Who – used for questioning about a person.
What – used for questioning for particular information. Where – used for questioning about the place.
When – used for questioning about the time.
Which – used for questioning about the object.
How – used for questioning about the manner.
Why – used for questioning a reason.
Fill in the blanks with appropriate words. The answers for the questions are given with in brackets.
What, When, Which, Who, Whom, How
_________ is your brother ? (Who / What)
Sujay is my brother.
___________ does she finish work ? (When / Who)
She finished work at 5 o’ clock.
_____________ did you keep your money? (When / Where)
I keep money in my purse.
_____________ will you meet your friend? (Who / Where)
I meet my friend at school.
_____________ much did you pay for that dress? ( How / when)
I paid 1000 rupees for the dress.
I. Read the story given below.
A sparrow laid small eggs in the nest on a tree. An egg hatched. A chick peeped out. The sparrow brought worms for the baby bird. The baby bird ate them with its beak. Days passed, one morning, the mother sparrow flew out of the nest. The chick opened its cute eyes and looked out. She saw flowers, leaves and fruits on plants and trees. She opened her wings and flapped them.
I. Rewrite the story by adding ‘describing words’ to the underlined words.
A cute brown sparrow laid eggs in the nest on a big tree. An egg hatched. A chick peeped out. The sparrow brought small, green worms for the baby bird. The baby bird ate them with its lovely beak. Days passed. One morning, the mother sparrow flew out of the attractive nest. The chick opened its cute eyes and looked out. She saw beautiful flowers, leaves and fruits on plants and trees. She opened her wings and flapped them.
II. Look at the following pictures and read the story.
A boy hungry – jumped high to reach guavas – not successful – monkey in tree-boy threw a stone at guava-threw guava at boy-boy thanked monkey.
THE CLEVER BOY
On a hot day, a boy walked a long way and was tired. He stopped under a guava tree to have a rest. He was hungry, so he wanted to eat guava. He jumped up but he could not reach the fruit.
The boy saw a monkey in a tree. He had an idea. He picked up a stone and threw it at a guava. The monkey saw this. It picked a guava and threw it at the boy. The boy thanked the monkey and ate the guava
Here are some pictures with dialogues. Read them carefully and write the story.
Once in a forest — elephant — unhappy — grey colour — requested — friends — paint — white — friends helped — elephant — moving happily — king’s soldiers caught — to present— white elephant — gift to king — elephant felt sorry — on the way — suddenly rained — white colour — washed off — soldiers left — elephant happy — said, “My colour is my blessing.”
Now write the story using the hints.
Be happy with what you are
Once an elephant lived in a forest. He was grey in colour. He was unhappy over the colour of his body. He requested his freinds to paint him white.
The friends helped the elephant. The elephant was white in colour. He was moving happily in the forest. The King’s soliders saw the white elephant. They wanted to present him as a gift to the King. They caught him. They were taking him to the King.
The elephant felt sorry. He lost his freedom. On the way, it suddenly rained. The rain washed off the white colour. The soldiers came to know that it was a grey elephant. They left him free. The elephant said, “My colour is my blessing”.
Listening and Responding
Expressing agreement: Conversation for role play.
Observe the following dialogues from the story and do the role play to accept the request.
Matilda : Could you clease lend me your necklace ?
Matilda : Could you please lend me your necklace?
Jane : With pleasure! Come and choose one.
Matilda : Sure!
Jane : Can I take this diamond necklace?
Matilda : By all means!
I. Observe the following dialogues and do role play to express agreement for the opinion.
Raju : Hey, look at Bobby’s ring, isn’t it so nice?
Gopi : Yes, you are right.
Ravi : It perfectly matches with his finger.
Rafi : I absolutely agree with you.
Rahul : It must be very expensive. Isn’t it, Bobby?
Bobby : No, not at all, It’s very cheap. I bought it in the village fair.
II. Express your agreement in a polite manner using the phrases given below.
Phrases used to express agreement:
- Yes, I do.
- You are right.
- That’s so true.
Phrases used to express disagreement
- I’m sorry.
- I’m afraid.
- No, not at all.
Agree or disagree with the following statements:
I think our English teacher Rachana is very great.
Our school garden is very big.
You are right
What a nice dress she is wearing!
Girls and boys are equal.
You are right
Our school is the best one.
Title of the Game : Fishing for adjectives.
Required time : 15 minutes.
Material : Flash cards, some magnets, thread, fishing rod. This game can be reused for other word groups like nouns and verbs.
Preparatory work :
- Write a verb on each card.
- The words must be bold and readable.
- Fix a thin metal strip or safety pin on the backside of the card.
- Attach paper slips on each card.
- Attach a magnet to the fishing rod.
- Scatter cards facing up on the floor.
- Encourage students to fish a verb card from the cards spread on the floor.
- Ask them to frame an adjective using the card.
- If they frame the right word they can own the fish otherwise they have to put it back.
- Continue the game with another child.
- The child who owns the highest number of fish will be the winner.
- All the glitters is not gold.
- Cut your coat according to your cloth.
Matilda was a pretty young girl. She was born into a poor family of artisans. Her husband worked in the Ministry of Education. She wanted to lead a luxurious wife.
Her husband received an invitation to a birth day party. Matilda started crying as she wanted to attend the party and she did not have a good dress. Her husband offered her to buy a dress costing nearly 400 francs. But Matilda still worried. She had no jewels. She decided to borrow jewels from her rich friend, Jane. She borrowed a rich diamond necklace from her.
Matilda went to the party. She and her husband danced for a long time and left for home. At home, She did not find that the necklace round her neck. They searched and searched. But they couldn’t find.
Matilda decided to replace her friend’s necklace. They looked for such necklace. A similar necklace cost thirty six thousand Francs. She had only eighteen thousand Francs. She borrowed the remaining money. She bought the necklace and returned it to her friend.
Matilda and her husband had to work very hard for ten years to repay the money. Matilda looked old. One day, she met Jane on the way. She was still young. Jane did not recognize Matilda. Matilda told Jane everything. Jane was surprised. She told Matilda that it was an imitation necklace and cost about Five hundred Francs.
మహిళ్లా ఒక అందమైన యువతి. ఆమె ఒక పేద ఇంటిలో పుట్టింది. ఆమె భర్త విద్యా మంత్రిత్వ శాఖలో ఉద్యోగి. ఆమెకి విలాసవంతమైన జీవితం గడపడం ఎంతో ఇష్టం. ఒకనాడు ఆమె భర్తకి ఒక పుట్టినరోజు వేడుక ఆహ్వానం అందింది. మటిలా ఆ వేడుకకి హాజరు కావాలనుకుంది.
కానీ మంచి బట్టలు లేకపోవడంతో ఏడవ సాగింది. ఆమె భర్త ఆమెకు సుమారు 400 ఫాంకుల విలువగల దుస్తులు కొన జూపాడు. అయినా మటియీ విచారంగానే ఉంది. ఆమె దగ్గర నగలు లేవు. అయితే, ఆమె స్నేహితురాలు జేన్ ధనికురాలు. ఆమె దగ్గర నుంచి నగలు బదులు తీసుకోవాలనుకుంది మజిల్లా, ఒక ఖరీదైన వజ్రాల నెక్లెస్ ని బదులు తీసుకుంది.
మహిళ్లా పార్టీకి వెళ్లింది. ఆమె, తన భర్త ఇద్దరూ చాలా సేపు ఆ పార్టీలో నృత్యం చేశారు. తదుపరి ఇంటికి వెళ్లారు. ఇంటిదగ్గర ఆమె మెడలో ఉండాల్సిన నెక్లెస్ కనిపించలేదు. వాళ్లిద్దరూ ఎంత వెతికినా నెక్లెస్ కనిపించలేదు.
మటిల్డా ఆ నెక్లెస్ కి బదులు ఇంకో నెక్లెస్ కొని ఆమె స్నేహితురాలికి ఇవ్వాలని నిర్ణయించుకుంది. అలాంటి ఒక నెక్లెస్ కోసం వెదికారు. అలాంటిదే ముప్పై ఆరువేల ఫ్రాంకుల విలువగల మరో నెక్లెస్ కనిపించింది. ఆమె దగ్గర పద్దెనిమిది వేల ఫ్రాంకుల మాత్రమే ఉన్నాయి. మిగిలిన పద్దెనిమిది వేల ఫ్రాంకులు అప్పుచేసి ఆ నెక్లెస్ కొని ఆ స్నేహితురాలికి తిరిగి ఇచ్చింది.
మటిల్లా, ఆమె భర్త అప్పు తీర్చడం కోసం పది సంవత్సరాలు చాలా కష్టపడాల్సి వచ్చింది. మటిల్లా పెద్దదిగా అయిపోయింది. ఒకరోజు ఆమె జేన్ ని దారిలో కలిసింది. ఆమె ఇంకా యవ్వనంలో ఉన్నట్లే ఉంది. జేన్ మటియీని గుర్తించలేకపోయింది. మటియీ జే తో ఉన్న విషయమంతా చెప్పింది. జేన్ ఆశ్చర్యపోయింది. తన నెక్లెస్ నిజమైన వజ్రాల నెక్లెస్ కాదని, దాని విలువ ఐదువందల ఫ్రాంకులు మాత్రమేనని చెప్పింది. –
admirable = deserving respect ; గౌరవపాత్రమైన
artisan = worker in a skilled trade ; చేతి పనివాడు
delicacy = something good to eat ; తినడానికి బాగా ఉండేది
faltered = spoke in a hesitating way ; తటపటాయిస్తూ మాట్లాడెను
francs = French Currency ; ఫ్రాన్సుదేశపు ద్రవ్యము
absolutely = completely ; పూర్తిగా
lamented = expressed sadness ; విచారం వ్యక్తం చేసెను
bracelet = wrist chain ; మణికట్టు గొలుసు
discovered = found; కనుగొనెను
trembled = shivered ; వణకెను
anxiously = filled with anxiety ; ఆందోళనతో
furiously = angrily ; కోపంతో
clasp = hook; కొక్కెము
similar = same; అటువంటి
borrowed = took as loan ; అరువు తెచ్చెను
ghastly = causing fear ; భయంకరమైన
abject = without pride; గర్వము లేని
grabbed = grasped; పట్టుకొనెను
imitation = a copy (not real); నకిలీ