NCERT Solutions 4th English Unit 3 lesson 6-Nasruddin’s Aim

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Unit 3 | Lesson 6- Nasruddin’s Aim

NCERT Solutions 4th English Unit 3 lesson 6-Nasruddin’s Aim (CBSE) You should refer to books and teachers. This is just for making reference available. There are so many activities which need to be undertaken for better understanding. Let students explore the subject. Use it on own discretionary. 

Solutions for textbook questions NCERT Solutions 4th English Unit 3 lesson 6-Nasruddin’s Aim

 

Page no 48

Reading is fun

Q. 1. What did Nasruddin boast about?

Ans. 2 Nasruddin boasted about his archery skills.

Q. 2. Why did Nasruddin take someone else’s name each time he missed the target?

Ans. 2  Nasruddin took someone else’s name each time he missed the target to save himself from failure.

Q.3. Why did Nasruddin say, “It was my aim,” the third time?

Ans. 3 At last, the third time he hit the target so he said, “It was my aim.”

Q.4. Do you think Nasruddin was good at archery?

Ans. 4 No, not at all, I do not think Nasruddin was good at archery.

 

Read and enjoy

Nasruddin Hodja

Note:- Let the children enjoy the comic version of the new story. Help them if they ask for.

Page no. 50

Word building

Q. 1 Shoot the arrow and hit the target by matching the words with their correct meanings.

Ans. 1

Chatting talking informally
Amazement great surprise
Archery shooting with bow and arrow
Defending protecting from attack
Target the goal intended to be hit
Triumphantly happily and proudly

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Q. 2. Replace the bold word/words with a word from the quiver and re-write the sentence:-

Ans. 2

(a) In no time she hit the object she aimed at

In no time she hit the target.

(b) Nasruddin was surely not a good archer.

Nasruddin was certainly not a good archer.

(c) The teacher said something about his good handwriting. He felt very happy.

The teacher remarked on his good handwriting. He felt very happy.

Let’s write

Q. 1. This is a picture of Rahul Gupta. Using the clues given, write a paragraph about him in your notebook.

Clues:- Indian,  cricket,  eight hours, practices,  eats healthy food,  runs two kilometers every day,  batsman

Ans. 1. This is Mr. Rahul Gupta. He loves to play cricket. He wants to join the Indian cricket team. He wants to become the best batsman. He practices for eight hours daily and eats healthy food. Always avoid junk food. To keep himself fit he exercises daily and runs two kilometers every day. His good habits are going to pay for him. He will certainly become a good batsman.

 

Page no. 52

Q. 2 This is Rajiv’s family. They are a healthy family. See what each one does to remain healthy.

Ans. 2 Father:- He is lifting the weight.

Mother:- She is doing yoga.

Sita:- She is skipping.

Grandpa:- He is walking.

Grandma:- She is drinking milk.

Rajiv:- H is practicing boxing.

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Q. 3. Use the words ‘and’ or ‘but’ and make as many sentences as you can about Rajiv’s family.

Example: Grandpa and Grandma get up early in the morning.

Grandpa is walking but Rajiv is jogging.

Ans. 3.

  1. Grandpa and Sita go to morning walking daily.

Grandpa is walking but Sita is skipping.

  1. Father and Rajiv help in the kitchen.

Father is lifting weight but Rajiv is practicing boxing.

  1. Mother and Grandma love me very much.

Mother is doing yoga but grandma is drinking milk.

  1. Sita and Rajiv eat healthy food.

Sita likes to skip but Rajiv likes to box.

  1. Mother and father help me in studies.

Father wears a coat but the mother wears a suit.

 

Fun Time

Watch the arrow pierce the apple!

Note:- You just put your nose on the star printed in the book and see both apple and arrow. You will see as arrow piercing the apple. Isn’t it amazing? NCERT Solutions 4th English Unit 3 lesson 6-Nasruddin’s Aim is just for your help. so you can be creative here.

Activity: Motivate students to draw other such pictures and see where this trick works. It will be an amazing activity for them.

Page no 54

Let’s play

Q. 1 Fill in the grid with words given below. You can use one word more than once.

stick,  bat/ball,  eleven,  table,  racket,  ball,  football,  two,  stadium,  two to four,  ground

Name of the game What you play with Where you play it Number of players

 

cricket bat, ball ground eleven (11) players
hockey stick, ball ground eleven (11) players
table tennis racket, ball stadium one or two players
football football stadium eleven (11) players

Q. 2. Using the information in the grid, write a sentence about each game. One has been done for you.

Ans. 2

(a) Cricket is an outdoor game.

We play it with a bat and a ball.

There are eleven players in this game.

(b) Hockey is an outdoor game.

We play it with a stick and a ball.

There are eleven players in this game.

(c) Table tennis is an indoor game.

We play it with a racket and a ball.

There are one to two players in this game.

(d) Football is an outdoor game.

We play it with football.

There are eleven players in this game.

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Q. 3. The following words are used in various sports. List them under the sport that they are used in.

(a) googly  (b) goal  (c) LBW  (d) penalty  (e) free kick  (f) penalty corner

Some words may be used in more than one game.

Ans. 3

Hockey Cricket Football
penalty googly goal
goal LBW penalty
penalty corner free kick

Page no. 56

Team time

A Puppet head
Q. 1 Write two sentences on your puppet.

Ans.   I have made my puppet out of waste material.

Its Name is Dolly.

It talks to me.

I play with her.

I like my puppet.

Also see:- NCERT Solutions class 4th English Unit 4 Lesson 8- Alice in Wonderland

NCERT Solutions 4th English Unit 3 lesson 6-Nasruddin’s Aim (CBSE) You should refer to books and teachers. This is just for making reference available. There are so many activities which need to be undertaken for better understanding. Let students explore the subject. Use it on own discretionary. 


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