mirror funniest breathing sticking giggle
1) Mirror: a glass which reflects a clear image
Example sentences: 1) I always look at myself in the mirror before going to school.
2) Mirror always tells the truth.
2) Funniest: causing laughter
Example sentences: 1) My brother told me the funniest story.
2) He is the funniest writer.
3) Breathing: taking in and throwing out of air
Example sentences: 1) We cannot live without breathing.
2) He was breathing his last moments.
Example sentences: 1) Ram is not sticking to his point.
2) You should be sticking to your decision.
5) Giggle: to laugh
Example sentences: 1) They giggle at my jokes.
2) My parents giggle while watching any comedy movie.
1) The poet feels that the nose is a funny thing because it grows straight with two little holes in it.
2) Nose is important for us as it helps us in breathing.
3 No, the child in the poem does not likes her nose. It is so because she always laughs when she sees her nose in the mirror.
Disclaimer: These are sample answers. Students are advised to write the answers based on their own personal experiences and observations.
1) The funny things that I have seen are pigs grunting and frogs hopping. They always make me laugh.
2) Features are the different charactersticks of people. We come across different kinds of features in the world. Some of them are very shy while some are talkative.
1. Sit in groups.
2. Look at your friend's face and describe what you see.
Use words like long, round, oval, slanted, sharp, flat to help you.
You can use other words also.
3. What is your favourite fruit?Describe it in five sentences.
Disclaimer: These are sample answers. Students are advised to write the answers based on their own experiences and observations.
1. Do you know a fish breathes from its gills? Write two sentences about other animals which can breathe
2. Punctuate the following passage.
mother father neelam said i have got a fire engine ive got a fire engine whats this whats this called mother somewhat confused by the noise ive got a fire engine mother come and see it.
3. Using a red pencil, choose and circle the things whose smell you like. Now with a blue pencil circle the things whose smell you do not like. Make five sentences like this –
I like / do not like the smell of ............. because it reminds me of..........
(a) I like the smell of soap because it reminds me of rose.
(b) I do not like the smell of rotten fruit as it reminds me of garbage.
(c) I like the smell of paint as it reminds me of my favourite perfume.
(d) I do not like the smell of dirty shoes as it reminds me of rotten tomatoes.
(e) I like the smell of chips as it reminds me of cheese pizza.