NCERT Solutions Class 4 EVS Chapter 6 Omanas Journey

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NCERT Solutions for Class 4 EVS Looking Around for Chapter 6 Omanas Journey

Omana’s Diary (Page 48)

Q.1. Why was it so crowded at the door of the coach?

Ans. Everyone wants to get down or board early.

Q.2. Have you ever travelled in a train? When?

Ans. Yes, when going to my aunt’s house.

Q.3. What food would you like to take with you when you travel?

Ans. Roti, Sabji, Salad, Fruits.

Q.4. What does the ticket checker do?

Ans. Checks the ticket and matches with passengers.

 Q.5. How will you recognize the ticket checker?

Ans. By his coat and bridge.

Page 51

Q.1. What did Omana see form the window?

Ans. Many hawkers selling various items.

Q.2. What are some to fthe things that are sold at railway stations?

Ans. Peanus, chana, matar, tea, biscuits, fruit, chips, puri-shaak.

Page 52

Q.1. Why do you think there was no water in the bathroom of the train?

Ans. Water was not filled properly. There was wastage.

Q.2. Imagine that you are going on a long train journey. That all will you take with you to help you pass the time.

Ans. Story books.

Q.3. Can you recognize who the people shown in the picture are? What work do at the railway station?

i. Coolie

ii. Guard

iii. Driver

iv. Ticket checker

v. Railway Police

vi. Safaiwala

vii. Ticket seller.

Ans.

i. Coolie: He helps people to carry luggage.

ii. Guard: He signals train to start or stop.

iii. Driver: He runs the train, controls it.

iv. Ticket-checker: He cheeks the tickets of the passengers.

v. Railways Police: He provides security.

vi. Safaiwala: He keeps the platform cleans.

vii. Ticket seller: She sells tickets.

 

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