Current Affairs 1st Class

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To unscramble a word correctly you must use only the words given and or miss out any word. Otherwise the answer would be wrong.   Learning objectives This lesson will help you to. ·        
  • put Words in correct order ·        
  • make meaningful words ·        
  • make meaningful sentences. ·        
  • increase vocabulary. ·       
  • gain confidence about the language.
    Quick concept review All sentences are a collection of words. But the words have to be put in correct order to make meaningful sentences. For Example: Go, 1, Market, the, too. Does it make it any sense? No. The words have to be written in correct order to make a meaning. Unscrambling jumbled words is an important part of any language. It is not at all difficult to do so you have to keep working on the letters to form a meaningful word. The same goes for sentences where you have put words in correct order to make a meaningful sentence. It is only about rearranging the words to form meaningful sentences with correct structure.   Look at the following pictures and try find out what they are.   Pucomter - It does not have any meaning. Does it? Now let?s try to arrange the words in order The answer would come out to be Computer, Computer is something you all know. You can make1out from the picture too!.     Etn-what is an Etn? Nothing! But looking at the Picture we can try to write a meaningful word Net.   Puc - What is this? A puc? What is a puc? What does the picture say? The picture makes it clear that it's a cup.          Amazing facts
  • It does not matter in what order the letters are written if only the first and the last letter are Witten in correct order. For example. This school is very huge.  
Suggested activity 
  • You can make flash cards of words of a sentence, shuffle them and try to put them in order. You can write as many words as you can and you will realize that you come out with a different story.

REAL LIFE EXAMPLE When we talk to people or about them we do not always use their names but use terms like he, she, it, or I. For example He is going. Here, he is a pronoun. It is an important part of language.   LERNING OBJECTIVES This Lesson will help you to- ?  
  • learn about pronouns. ?
  • use pronouns in place of nouns  
Definition Pronouns are words that are used in place of naming words or nouns. Every time we cannot use a name, for example; (1) King George was a crept king. King George loved to travel. King George was always happy...... If we keep using the name again and again it does not sound so good. To make it sound good. We use pronouns. Like here, in place of writing King George again and again we should have written King George was a great king. He loved to travel. He was always happy. Since from the first sentence we had come to know that we are talking about King George so we need not use the name again and again we can use he instead of his name. Lets take a few more examples Sheela is n good aHSheela Studies every day. Sheela finishes her homework on time. In the above example we are talking of a girl named Sheela. It became clear that sheela is being talked about from the first sentence. Mow we can use she in the place of using her name again and again. Let's see again. Sheela is a good girl. She studies every day. She finishes her Homework on time. It sounds better, doesn't it? We used she in place of he here as we use He for a man. Boy. Uncle, or any other male and she for a girl, lady, mom, aunty or any other woman. It for any other thing like animal, place or thing.   A Poem for pronouns I am I, you are you he is he he is a boy she is a girl. He can never be girl. She can never be a boy. He and he, she and she or he and He and she will make a They. All other thing are it. I am not it she is not it He is also not it. All animals are it.   Remember It is used for animals and nonliving things. Think Before choosing any option, try to read the sentence and if it does not sound ?ok? to you it is not correct.   Quick concept review      In the previous chapter we learnt that nouns are naming words. For example, Apple. Orange or Dog. But we cannot use names again and again. Let us   study what we can use instead of using names again and again.                                                         Sarita is o more...

Real life example Look around. You will see that everything has a name. The moment you think of an apple the word fruit comes to your mind. If you talk of a doctor, a picture of someone who gives you medicine when you fall sick comes to your mind.   LEARNING OBJECTIVES This lesson will help you to
  • Understand that everything around you has a word for it.
  • Understand that a noun is a person, place or thing.
  • Use different types of noun.
  DEFINITION A noun is a naming word that we use to name a person place or thing. For example:       TYPES OF NOUNS Common Noun- Common nouns are common words used for any person, place or thing. For example-A girl is playing. Here we have used the word girlinstead of telling her name. She can be any girl. Other example-A flower, fruit, animal, or bird.   Proper Noun: Proper Nouns are nouns that we use in place of common noun here we use particular names instead of general words. For Example. In the above pictures we have used common words to name different things. But when we use proper nouns we use particular names. Let us see below   QUICK CONCEPTREVIEW Everything around us has a name. If things did not   have names, then it would have been difficult for us to tell the other person about what we want or about whom we are talking about. To make it easy for us to tell others about things around us we have naming words. For Example, the moment you speak   the word Doctor, an image of a person who takes care of you and gives you medicine comes into. Your mind. Same goes for other things or people. When someone tells you about Mahatma Gandhi, his picture comes to your mind. So everything must have a name be it a person, place, animal or thing. Sometimes we need to tell exactly what we are talking of. For example when you ask someone -, Where did you go?" And that person answers, 'A place?"      Does that answer satisfy you? No. You want to know which place. So we have to tell proper names. They are called Proper nouns.   Playtime Let’s play a guesting game, all you need to do is think of an object. For example a chair. Give hints like it has four legs but cannot walk. Let your friend guess the word! You can play this game with as many friend as you have. The person who guessed the maximum number of words is the winner.   Remember A proper noun always starts with a capital letter. For example when you write the name of a person, place or more...

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