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4th English : Term 1 Unit 2 : My Hobbies: Treasure Trove (Poem) : Text Book Back Exercises Questions with Answers, Solution

A. Answer the following questions.

a. What would we do when we are happy or sad?

When we are happy or sad we should read books.

b. When do we land on Mars?

When we read about space we land on Mars.

c. Why do we discover a mystery?

We discover a mystery to solve a crime.

d. Where did we visit a mermaid?

We visit a mermaid under the sea. 

e. Why should we read?

We should read to learn a lot about things around us.

B. Pick out the rhyming words from the poem and write.

Mars - cars

time - crime

be - sea




Simple present tense is used to describe habits, unchanging situations, general truths and planned actions. The simple present tense is easy to form. We all know verbs have forms. Those are

The present form is used in simple present tense. Come let us use it.

• For I, we, you and they, present form is used.

• For he, she and it, s is added to the present form.


Give the correct verb form for following sentences.

 I go to school. 

 You go to school.

 We go to school. 

 He goes to school.

 It goes to school. 

 She goes to school.

 They go to school.

We saw simple present tense for action verbs. Let us see the simple present tense for ‘be’ verbs. 'Be' verbs show a state of being.

• ‘am’ is used for I

• ‘are’ is used for we, you, and they

• ‘is’ is used for he, she, it.


Give the correct verb form for following sentences.

 I am a doctor.

 It is a car.

 We are police.

 They are football players.

 You are an engineer.

 She is a driver.

 He is a carpenter.  

Let us see when to use the simple present tense.

Habitual actions.

I wake up at 6 am every day.

I go to market every Saturday.

General truths.

The earth goes round the sun.

Water boils at 100º C.

Unchanging situations.

I am a teacher and I teach English. I go to school by bus.

Planned actions.

The examination starts next week.


A. Use the suitable verb.

( Read reads )

I read the book.

Banu reads the lesson.

Suresh reads the poem.

We read loudly.

My friends read a passage.

My father reads the news.

The boy reads the story.

You read the instruction.

The robot reads some words.  


B. Circle/underline the correct word.

1. Boy like / likes the cake.

2. We come / comes home at 4 p.m. every day.

3. The birds fly / flies in the sky.

4. You comes / come late to school.

5. It run / runs very fast.


C. Rewrite the sentences using the words in the brackets.

1. I go to school at 8 ‘o’ clock. (He)

He goes to school at 8 o'clock.

2. We play cricket on Sundays. (Aravind)

Aravind plays cricket on Sundays.

3. I watch tv in the afternoon. (My mother)

My mother watches TV in the afternoon.

4. They visit their friends in the evenings. (Kavitha)

Kavitha visits her friends in the evenings.

5. I have dinner at 8 p.m. (She)

She has dinner at 8 p.m.


Fill in the blanks. 

She is my mother.

He is my father.

I am Rani.

They are my brothers.

He is my grandpa.

She is my grandma.

We are family.

My grandma goes to temple.

My grandpa goes to shop.

My Mom goes to office.

They go to school

I go to school.

My dad goes to office.

We all do our work regularly.




Listen to the audio and answer the riddles.

Who am I?

1. ___________

2. ___________

3. ___________

4. ___________

5. ___________

Note to the teacher: Scan the QR code to listen to the audio. Let the children listen to the audio and answer the question.




What’s your lunch today?

Lucky, come let’s have our lunch together.

Mm... wait a minute, Kavi.

What is your lunch today?

Let me see, oh! It is curd rice.

What is yours?

Mine is white rice and sambar.

I like sambar.

Can I take some?

Yes, sure. Let’s share.

You take my curd rice.

Enough... enough, I can not eat this much.

Have it, kavi. This is not much.


Structures that are useful for this situation.

Take or have some more rice. Give me some water please. I don’t like eggs Eat slowly. It is enough.

I want more sambar, rasam, etc. Take some vegetables I am full. No thanks. Do you want Pickles ?

Note to the teacher: Make children practise these structures and encourage them to use them during their lunch time. You can also practise with different situations like breakfast and supper.

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