CBSE Class 5 English Revision Worksheet

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Q1. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow.
 
Earth is the only known planet in the whole universe, where life is possible and the reason is simply because there is both water and oxygen available. Water is the most important requirement of life for all living beings on earth. No one can survive without water. We also know that there is very little amount of clean water or potable water available on earth and hence we should not waste clean water but save it for future generations. For this we need to make people aware of the importance of clean water while changing our bad habits. We have to promote the economical use of clean water so that the continuity of life on Earth can be maintained. Despite being tasteless, odourless and colorless, water makes life full of flavor, color and good aroma on this earth. It is found everywhere and it is the other name of life. We find it everywhere – in rivers, oceans, tanks, wells and ponds etc., but there is still lack of clean drinking water. It does not have any form of its own, but the vessel we put in it takes its form. Although water is present in three-fourths of the earth but still we need to conserve water because the percentage of availability of clean water is very low. We need water in every area of life from morning to night for all the activities like eating, drinking, cooking, bathing, washing, planting etc. People working in different areas need water to fulfill various objectives such as for farmers to produce their crops, for irrigation of plants to the gardeners, to industrialists for the work related to the industry, the power generation plant to create hydroelectricity, etc. Therefore, we must preserve clean water for the welfare of our future generations and for conservation of water and wild life. In many places in the world, people are battling the problem of water shortage or complete unavailability.
 
A) Choose the most appropriate answer:-
 
1) _______ is the most important requirement of life for all living beings on earth.
a) Animals                                                      b) Ocean water
c) Water                                                         d) both ‘a’ &’ b’
 
2) We need to make people aware of the _______while changing our bad habits.
a) importance of clean water                            b) importance of ocean water
c) importance of muddy water                          d) none of the above
 
3) Water is found everywhere and it is the other name of _______.
a) life                                                             b) wild life
c) washing                                                      d) both ‘a’ and ‘b’
 
4) We must preserve clean water for the welfare of our _________.
a) life                                                             b) future generations
c) planet                                                         d) basic needs
 
B) How does water make our life full of flavors?
 
C) Why do we need to conserve water?
 
D) Find words in the passage that are similar in meaning to the ones listed below.
a) significance                         b) scarcity
 
 
Q2) Write a paragraph in 80-90 words on the given topic
‘ Save Environment ‘
Key words:- Environment______ surrounding___ global warming______ serious problems___ natural resources_____ Pollution_____ deforestation___ reduce wastage___ never pollute water ____save trees_____clean environment ____ plant more trees.

GRAMMAR

Parts of a sentence
 
All sentences are separated into two main parts :-
CBSE Class 5 English Revision Worksheet
• The subject is that part of the sentence about which something is said.
 
• The predicate is that part of sentence which tells something about the subject
eg :-
 
i.     The shop              opens at 10 O’clock.
       Subject                       Predicate
 
ii.   The tops of the mountains             were covered with snow.
           Subject                                        Predicate
 
 
Q3) Circle the subject and underline the predicate in the following sentences :-
 
i. All the students sang the National Anthem.
 
ii . Wireless communication is a great scientific invention.
 
iii .The Taj Mahal is one of the seven wonders of the world.
 
iv. We could not hear their voice.
 
v . Good health depends on healthy nutrition.
 
vi. An island is a piece of land surrounded by sea.
 
 
Q4. Fill in the blanks with appropriate subject or predicate :-
 
i. __________ is a yummy dessert.
 
ii. My favorite movie _________.
 
iii. Kate and his friends ________.
 
iv. ______________ sat on a wall.
 
v. The doctor _______________.
 
vi. ________ won the painting competition.

kinds of sentences
Following are the kinds of sentences :-
CBSE Class 5 English Revision Worksheet
 
• A Declarative sentence makes a statement and it ends with a full stop (.).
 
e.g :- (a) The house is on that hill.
         (b) Tomorrow is a holiday.
 
• An Imperative sentence asks you to do something, makes a request or offers advice.
 
e.g :- (a) Don’t go out in the sun without umbrella.
         (b) Give me your book, please.
 
• An Interrogative sentence is used to ask questions and it ends with the sign of Interrogation(?).
 
e.g :- (a) Where are you going?
         (b) Are Ankit and Shivi watching television?
 
• An Exclamatory sentence expresses strong and sudden feelings or emotions. It ends with an exclamation mark (!).
 
e.g :- (a) What a pleasant day today!
         (b) How exciting the match was!
 
 
Q5. Identify the kinds of the following sentences:-
 
i. How intelligent this girl is!
 
ii. Where are these people going?
 
iii. Open your book at page 7.
 
iv. We all wish to live a happy life.
 
v. Wow! What a pretty dress.
 
vi. Don’t talk so loudly.
 
Q6. Make sentences as instructed in brackets, using the words given below:
 
 i. book (exclamatory)
 
ii. teacher (declarative)
 
iii. factory (interrogative)
 
iv. doorbell (imperative)
 
v. cake(exclamatory)
 
vi. school (declarative)
 Articles

A ,An and The are called articles.
 
• A or An is called the indefinite article because it does not point out any particular or definite person or thing.
 
•An is used before words beginning with vowel sounds i.e. ( a,e,i,o,u) and with silent ‘ h’.
eg:- An ox , an umbrella , an honest man , an hour
 
• The is called the Definite article because it refers to some particular person or thing.
 
• The is used before names of rivers, oceans, newspapers, countries , mountain ranges, with superlatives .
eg:- The Ganges, The Pacific Ocean , The State Times , The United Kingdom, The highest peak.
 
Q7. Fill in the blanks with A, An or The:
 
i. _________ umbrella is ________ useful thing.
 
ii. He is _______ cleverest boy in ______ class.
 
iii. __________ Ramayana is _________ holy book of ________ Hindus.
 
iv. There is ___________ hotel in ___________ centre of ________ town.
 
v. I bought _________ cow, _________ buffalo and _______ ox.
 
vi. He is _________ European, but his wife is __________ Indian.

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