Current Affairs 1st Class

Animals   There are various kinds of animals in the world. Some animals are big. Some are small. Some animals live on land and some live in water. Some animals eat plants and some eat flesh of other animals. Based on the size of animals they can be classified as:   Big Animals  
 Lion  Tiger 
 Horse  Elephant
  Small Animals  
 Mouse   Bee
 Cat      Dog
  • Tiger, cow, cat, dog, horses and elephants, etc. are the animals with four legs. They give birth to their babies.
  Birds Most of the birds can fly. Birds have wings. Wings help them to fly. Some birds can swim also. Birds have two legs. For example, peacock, duck, sparrow, etc. more...
Food We Eat   Food makes us strong and healthy. It gives us energy to play and study. Some foods help us to grow. For example, milk, egg, fish and pulses.             Image result for milk png                Image result for eggs png          Milk                                          Egg   Some foods give us energy. For example, Chapati, rice, sugar, butter, etc. Image result for chapati png Chapati   Some foods keep us healthy. For example, vegetables and fruits.                                                                                                                                     Lady Finger                             Banana   Some of the common vegetables that we eat in our daily life are shown below:                           Image result for tomato png              Image result for green bean png                                                                                       Potato                                      Tomato                        Green Bean Image result for carrot                              Carrot                                      Egg-Plant                     Lady Fingure   Generally we eat vegetables after cooking. But there are also some vegetables which we do not need to cook before eating. Image result for tomato png                                                                                                                   Tomato                        Cucumber                    Onion   Cabbage more...

  Comprehensions Based on General Topics     Introduction: In a reading comprehension a passage is given. You have to read the passage carefully and answer the questions based on it. Some examples are given below to develop your understanding.  
  •           Example 1
  See the picture given below and answer the questions that follow:   1.            How many types of fruit is he selling? (a) Four                                      (b) Three (c) Two                                      (d) One (e) None of these     2.            The cost of which fruit is the highest? (a) Guava                                    (b) Banana (c) Apple                                    (d) Orange (e) None of these     3.            The cost of which fruit is the lowest? (a) Banana                                       (b) Orange (c) Guava                                   (d) Apple (e) None of these     4.            Which fruit among the fruits he is selling does not have seeds? (a) Guava                                   (b) Banana (c) Orange                                  (d) Apple (e) None of these    
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Comprehensions Based on Stories   Story-based comprehensions are generally very easy to understand but read them carefully so that you can answer the questions based on them. Some examples are given below to make your understanding better.  
  •                Example 1
            See the visuals given below and answer the questions              1.            Miss Maria sent Tom to the medical room:             (a) because of his stomach ache.               (b) to purchase medicines.             (c) to call the doctor in the classroom.             (d) because of his injury.             (e) None of these 2.            Tom slept in the medical room:             (a) for ten minutes.                          (b) for half an hour             (c) for an hour.                             (d) for two hours.             (e) None of these   3.            What did Dr. Smith ask Tom to do after he goes to home?             (a) Take rest                               (b) Drink lots of water             (c) Stay out of the Sun                       (d) All of these             (e) None of these   4.            Which one of the following statements is true?             (a) It was a hot summer day in June.                     (b) Miss Maria was teaching Science.             (c) Miss Maria sent Tom to the medical room.             (d) Dr. Smith gave Tom an injection.             (e) None of these  
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Identification of Things/Objects/Characters             In our daily lives we come across many objects or things, animals, fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants, etc. Let us take a look at some of these in each category so that we can name them, pronounce them and write their spellings correctly and classify them.  
  •   Fruits
             Image result for duck png
    Peacock     Duck  
 Image result for sparrow png
Banana Pineapple Loquat Mango
Some other fruits:
Berry Cherry Date Guave
Grape Lychee more...
Identification of Monuments   A monument is a famous building, statue or other structure which is built to remind of a famous person or an event. A monument has special importance in the history. The following are some important places and monuments.                      Some other monuments:
  •           Qutub Minar
  •            Eiffel Tower
  •           Big Ben
  •            Christ the Redeemer
  •            India Gate 
  •            Niagara Falls
  •            Mount Everest
  •            Golden Temple

Answering General Questions             Let us learn to answer some general questions which are frequently asked by people you come across in your daily lives.   Questions frequently asked in school:   1.            What is your name?       Ans.     My name is Laura Smith.   2.            What is your father's name?       Ans.     My father's name is John Smith.   3.            What is your mother's name?       Ans.     My mother's name is Stela Smith.   4.            Do you have any brother or sister?       Ans.     Yes, I have one big brother.   5.            How many friends do you have?       Ans.     I have five friends.   6.            Who is your best friend?       Ans.     My best friend's name is Sandy   7.            Who is your class teacher?       Ans.     My class teacher is Mr. Brown.   8.            Which subject do you like the most?       Ans.     I like English subject the most.   9.            What does your more...

 Alphabetical Order   There are 26 letters in the English alphabet: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z   Vowels; The letters A, E, I, O and U are called Vowels. Vowels give sound to a word.   Consonants: The other letters are called consonants. We can make many words with all these letters. For example: bottle, bag, water, kite and apple. Now, let us have fun with letters and numbers. Read the following letters and then answer the questions that follow.  
  •                        Example 1
            A C B E F D G J K I H   1.            Which is the seventh (7th) letter?             (a) G                             (b) J             (c) H                             (d) F             (e) None of these   2.            Which letter comes before B?             (a) C                             (b) A             (c) D                             (d) E             (e) None of these   3.            Which is the twelfth (12th) letter?             (a) H                             (b) A             (c) I                              (d) C             (e) None of these   4.            Which vowel is fourth (4th)?             (a) A                             (b) K             (c) E                             (d) I more...

 Use of Small and Capital Letters     When do we use capital letters?   1.            We always use a capital letter to start a new sentence. For example:
  •            I am a boy.
  •           She is a girl.
2.            We always use a capital letter after '.' '?', '!' or ':'. For example:
  •           Wow! This is a lovely dress.
  •           My name is Tuffy. I am) two-year-old
3.            When we write a new sentence, the first letter of the first word is always capital. For example:
  •            This is a tree.
  •           The cat is sleeping".
4.            The first letter of the name of a person, a country or a state is always capital. For example:
  •            I live in India.
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       Noun   Noun is the name of a person, place or thing.   Let us look at some pictures to understand nouns:               Let us try to identify the nouns in the following sentences:   1.            Donkey eats grass. 2.            Children love sweets.    3.            Lucy and Scarlett play tennis. 4.            Lion is the king of the jungle.     5.            Sam studies in my class. 6.            Pastries taste sweet. 7.            Air has no taste. 8.            Water has no colour. 9.            Nik wears a red shirt. 10.          My mobile phone is black in colour. 11.          The jug is empty. 12.          The dog is standing near the door. more...

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