Crying worksheet class 5 English

Crying worksheet Class 5

TEXT-BASED QUESTIONS

Objective Answer Type Questions

1-  State ‘T’ for True and ‘F’ for False statements.

  • The poet says that you should cry till your pillow is soaked. ( )
  • After crying, you should throw open your door. ( )
  • Happiness hides in the last tear.          ( )
  • The poet says you must not cry much. ( )
  • You must cry until your bedsheet is soaked. ( )
  • The poet says that after crying you should open the window and laugh so that people will see that you are happy. ( )
  • You should sing “Ha! Ha” when people ask you what’s going on. ( )                                         

Very Short Answer Type Questions. (Crying worksheet Class 5)

  • According to the poet, what is of no use?

____________________________________________________________

  • What should we do after crying a lot?

____________________________________________________________

Short Answer Type Questions. (Crying worksheet Class 5)

  • As per the poet, what should you do in the shower?

____________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________

  • What two moods are mentioned in the poem?

____________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________

  • According to the poet, should you cry a little or should you cry a lot?

____________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________

Read the first two lines of the poem. Is the mood happy? sad? angry? jealous? upset?

_______________________________________________________

  • In the last few lines, the mood of the poet has changed. What is it now? very happy angry cheerful sad jealous

_______________________________________________________

LANGUAGE-BASED QUESTIONS. (Crying worksheet Class 5)

  1. Identify the words from the poem which are the opposites of

Close ………………. 

Down ……………….

First ……………….

Sadness ……………….

Misuse ……………….

  • The following words taken from the poem are jumbled. Rearrange the letters to form meaningful words.
  • LASPHS  ………………. 
  • WORHT   ……………….
  • POELPE ……………….
  • WILLPO ……………….
  • SUMT ……………….
  • Write two words in the balloon that rhyme with the one mentioned in it.
  • Identify the misspelled words from the words listed in the box.
happinessgrossfolloww threw
pounderclownshoping blouse

There are …………… misspelled words.

Their correct spellings are

  • ……………….         (ii) ………………. (iii) ……………….         (iv)     ……………….
  • The expression Ha!Ha! Ha Ha! signifies happiness or a happy mood. There are other expressions that convey different moods. Given below are a few of them. Match them with their corresponding mood.
    • Ahh!         (a)      Triumph
    • Oops!        (b)      Disgust
    • Ughh! (c)      Fault/Error
    • Hurrah!     (d)      Delight

The word happiness ends in -ness and comes from the word happy. Write three words that end in the same way. Which word do they come from?

…………………….. ness; ……………………..

……………………..      ness;                  ……………………..

……………………..      ness;                  ……………………..

Complete the sentences with the suitable adverb.

suddenly, beautifully, carelessly, quickly, loudly, excitedly

    • Come here ………………. . You have to see this!
    • I was so surprised. His new apartment was ………………. decorated.
    • We knew that she had got the job when we saw her ………………. talking on the phone.
    • He ………………. put the vase on the table. If fell to the floor.
    • Everything happened so ………………. . We had to move to Canada in less than a month.
    • Why does he always have to talk so ……………….? You can hear him in the next room!
  • Choose the correct answer.
  • The poet is ………………. in the first few lines of the poem.
  • (i) happy         (ii)  sad
  • (iii) angry        (iv) upset
  • The poet is ………………. in the last few lines of the poem.
  • (i) confused    (ii)     Afraid

(iii)happy       (iv)        jealous

  • According to the poet, you must ………………..
  • (i) take a shower       (ii)     tear the pillow

 (iii)cry a lot            (iv)       play a lot

  • Use these words in sentences of your own.
    • soaked …………………………………………………………………………………..
    • shower …………………………………………………………………………………..
    • wept …………………………………………………………………………………..
    • splash …………………………………………………………………………………..
  • Complete the following sentences by using the ‘-ing’ forms of the verbs given in brackets.
    • The monkey was ………………. (sit) on a branch and eating berries.
    • I saw that the nurse was ………………. (give) injection to the patient.
    • The gardener was ………………. (rake) the leaves to put them into a pit.
    • Madhu is ………………. (do) well at studies and music.
    • The snake is ………………. (slither) into its hole.
    • My father is ………………. (look) for his car keys.
    • Tejesh is ………………. (help) me with my homework.
    • Everyone at the party was ………………. (enjoy) the food.