CBSE Class 5 English Reading Comprehension Worksheet

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ENRICHMENT WORKSHEET - READING COMPREHENSION

 
Once upon a time, a crocodile who had a smooth and flat back was sleeping by the river bank. A rabbit came running through the grass and crashed right into him. The crocodile swung his head around slowly to see who the unexpected visitor was. “Rabbit, why did you wake up? Why are you out of breath?” asked the crocodile.
 
“My apologies, dear crocodile, but actually Man has sent the Dog to catch me. I’ve been running all morning. I think Man intends to catch me.” The rabbit got nervous because he thought the crocodile would eat him up now. The crocodile understood his fear and said, “Don’t be afraid. I won’t eat you.”
 
The rabbit felt relaxed and said, “Thank Goodness! I’ve had enough trouble today.”“Trouble cannot touch me”, said the proud crocodile.
 
“You should be careful about what you say. Trouble follows Pride” said the rabbit and hopped away.
 
The crocodile laughed and went back to sleep. After some time, the crocodile thought about the rabbit’s words and became angry. ‘Why should trouble come after me? What does he think it is?’
 
He decided to find Trouble and give it a piece of his mind. “Trouble, where are you? Come out and face me!” yelled the crocodile. His loud voice startled the flamingo that was resting nearby. The flamingo flew up into the air and startled the monkey who was smoking a pipe on the tree. The pipe slipped from his hand and landed on the grass below. The crocodile didn’t realize that the grass had caught fire. The flames licked his back and he ran into the lake. But it was too late. His back was now rough and bumpy.
 
1. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS.
 
1. How was the skin of the crocodile when it was sleeping on the river bank?
 
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2. Who was the unexpected visitor the crocodile had?
 
______________________________________________________________________________
 
 
3. ‘Trouble cannot touch me.” Who said these words to whom?
 
______________________________________________________________________________
 
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4. What startled the flamingo?
 
______________________________________________________________________________
 
______________________________________________________________________________
 
2. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:
 
a. Man sent a dog ___________________________________________________
 
b. The rabbit was nervous _____________________________________________
 
c. Trouble __________________________________________________________
 
d. Crocodile decided to _______________________________________________
 
e. After the fire, the crocodile’s back ____________________________________
 
3.FILL IN THE BLANKS (With ONE word only):
 
The loud voice ___________________the flamingo that was __________________ nearby. It __________________ into the _________________ and startled the __________________. The
pipe from the monkey’s _____________ slipped and ________________ on the grass and set it on ______________. The ___________ licked the _______________ back and he _____________ into the ________________.
 
4. FIND THE SYNONYM OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS IN THE PASSAGE -
 
a. plans - b. shocked –
 
5. The antonym of ‘smooth’ is ___________________




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