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Preface IMAX Program partners with schools, supporting them with learning materials and processes that are all crafted to work together as an interconnected system to drive learning. IMAX Program presents the latest version of this series – updated and revised after considering the perceptive feedback and comments shared by our experienced reviewers and users. This series endeavours to be faithful to the spirit of the prescribed board curriculum. Our books strive to ensure inclusiveness in terms of gender and diversity in representation, catering to the heterogeneous Indian classroom. The books are split into two parts to manage the bag weight. Listening, speaking, reading and writing (LSRW) are fundamental skills for any language, and students’ mastery over them is key to success at school. All these skills frequently need to be used together. Therefore, the English textbooks and workbooks strive to provide adequate opportunities for students to practise all the four LSRW skills. To this effect, the English textbooks and workbooks offer the following features:  T heme-based literature pieces across classes 1-5  Samples of Indian writing in English as well as popular English literature pieces from western countries  Pictures for word meanings in each lesson to help students with visual clues for new or difficult words  Supplementary literature pieces (without questions and answers) to enable additional reading  A speaking project and two reading comprehension passages in each unit to further hone speaking and reading skills  H orizontal and vertical progression across grades for the grammar concepts covered in the workbooks, providing a spiral of cumulative learning  S amples of format-based writing to provide for scaffolding of learning of formal writing Overall, the IMAX English textbooks, workbooks and teacher companion books aim to generate greater engagement with and enhance fluency in English language communication and empower students to develop a genuine appreciation of the language and its literature.  – The Authors

Dictation RP DVoicctatbiounlary Q Dictation – Sight words or commonly confused spellings and sentences for Helps to build vocabulary with dictation practice explanations and practice exercises Listen and answer – Questions based on an audio piece for listening practice (for Grades 4 and 5 only) GDircatmatmioanr DWircittiantgion Introduces and teaches an aspect of Fosters writing skills by having grammar with explanations and students draw from real-life practice exercises experiences as well as encourages creative thinking

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Module 1 Section Name What I Will Learn Dictation Word dictation Vocabulary Grammar Spellings and jumbled words Writing Nouns—naming words Jumbled sentences Naming parts and action parts of sentences Dictation 3) 6) Exercise 1: Word dictation 9) 1) 2) 4) 5) 7) 8) Module 1 1

RP Vocabulary Q Spellings and jumbled words Exercise 2.1: The things in the pictures below are seen at a park. Can you complete the spellings of their names? 1) – s e - s w 2) – s i n 3) – s i e 4) – gr s 5) – l o e r s 6) –b ch 2

Exercise 2.2: We all love to draw and colour. The given jumbled words are related to art. Correct the spellings and rewrite the words. One is done for you. 1) N E P –  pen 2) W D A R –  __________________________________________________ 3) E N P I L C –  ___________________________________________________ 4) L O O C U R –  ___________________________________________________ 5) Y N C R O A –  ___________________________________________________ 6) I P T N A –  ___________________________________________________ Grammar Nouns—naming words Read the following passage. This May, I went to Goa with my mother, father and younger sister. We went to many beaches there. I liked Colva beach the most. My little sister, Jhanvi, loved playing in the water. We also visited many churches. We took many photographs of the cities in Goa.  Can you underline the special names and tick the common names in the given passage? Module 1 3

Remember Naming words are the names given to people, places, animals and things around us. Naming words are also called nouns. •    The common naming words that you have learnt about are called common nouns. Common nouns are the common names given to people, places, animals or things in general. They do not begin with a capital letter.     Examples: girl, city, dog, cup, month, day •    T he special naming words that you have learnt about are called proper nouns. Proper nouns name a particular person, place, animal or thing. They always begin with capital letters.     Examples: Sumita, Mumbai, Roxy, Funtime Park, March, Tuesday Exercise 3.1: Underline the nouns and write if they are proper nouns (PN) or common nouns (CN). One is done for you. 1) Ravi sleeps on a soft pillow. Ans. Ravi – PN, pillow – CN 2) The desk is filled with books. Ans.  3) Kabir sings beautiful songs. Ans.  4) Rajiv broke my pen and pencil. Ans.  5) The girl in that room is dancing. Ans.  6) Solapur is a town in Maharashtra. Ans.  4

Male and female nouns Read the following sentences. Rohit is the son of Miss Shweta is our Fiona was the Mr Sharma. headmistress. princess of Neverland. Naming words can also be sorted into male and female nouns. • Male nouns: These are names for • Female nouns: These are names boys, men and male animals. for girls, women and female animals. Examples: brother, uncle, Examples: sister, aunt, policeman, king, lion policewoman, queen, lioness • Male nouns are also called masculine gender nouns. • Female nouns are also called feminine gender nouns. Examples: Female nouns Male nouns Female nouns daughter grandfather grandmother Male nouns woman son peahen nephew niece man hen tiger tigress bull cow peacock cock Module 1 5

Exercise 3.2: Fill in the blanks with (M) for male nouns and (F) for female nouns. One is done for you. 1) 2) 3) lion – M daughter – ___ king – ___ 4) 5) 6) tigress – ___ hen – ___ nephew – ___ Exercise 3.3: Fill in the blanks with the correct male or female nouns. One is done for you. Male Female 1) brother a)  sister 2) peacock b) _____________________ 3) _____________________ c) grandmother 4) bull d) _____________________ 5) _____________________ e) actress 6) _____________________ f)  princess 6

Exercise 3.4: Read the passage and complete the table. One is done for you. Once, there lived a little girl named Luka. She asked her father, Dan, if she could visit her grandfather. ‘Yes, you can’, her father said. ‘Be careful, and take your sister with you.’ Proper nouns Common nouns girl male female Writing Jumbled sentences Exercise 4.1: The given sentences are all mixed up. Rewrite them in the correct order. Remember that each sentence should begin with a capital letter and should end with a full stop. One is done for you. 1) early Diwali. up on We wake We wake up early on Diwali. 2) I to the market to go flowers. buy _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ 3) flowers. We house with decorate our _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ Module 1 7

4) clothes. Everyone new wears _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ 5) We candles and light diyas evening. in the _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ Naming parts and action parts of sentences A sentence has two parts: a naming part and an action part. The naming part tells us who or what the sentence is about. The action part tells us what the naming part does. Exercise 4.2: Circle the naming parts and underline the action parts. One is done for you. 1) The dog barked at the girl. 2) The two girls are singing a song. 3) My father is cooking dinner in the kitchen. 4) Woodpeckers make holes in trees. 5) The cat ran after the mouse. 8

Module 2 Section Name What I Will Learn Dictation Sentence dictation Vocabulary Grammar Words related to nature Writing Punctuation Words for pictures Make sentences Dictation Exercise 1: Sentence dictation 1)  2)  3)  4)  5)  Module 1 9

PR Vocabulary Q Words related to nature Exercise 2.1: Tick the correct names for each of the pictures. 1) frog 2) worm 3) spider wasp snail grasshopper bug bee wasp 4) butterfly 5) spider 6) worm snail grasshopper snail bee frog bee Exercise 2.2: Write the names of the pictures. Check the spellings once you finish. 1) –  2) – 3) – 10

4) –  5) –  6) –  Grammar Punctuation Add the missing punctuation marks and complete the sentences. Ankita and Amegh are friends___ Do you know how old they are___ They are seven years old___ How old are you___ Module 2 11

Some words always start with capital letters. Remember the acronym M.I.N.T.S. for the usage of capital letters. Acronym Examples M: months, names of days • My birthday is in August. I: the word ‘I’ • They will meet us on Thursday. N: s pecial names given to • I like to paint. people, states, cities and • Rahim could not finish his ice cream, so I countries—proper nouns T: titles of books and movies ate the rest of it. S: start of sentences • My cousin Anu lives in Pune, Maharashtra. • Soni went to Jaipur in the summer. • I am going to see The Jungle Book today. • Noddy is my favourite storybook. • There are many trees in the garden. The garden has many flowers too. Exercise 3.1: Rewrite the sentences using capital letters wherever needed. One is done for you. 1) my birthday is in july. Ans. My birthday is in July. 2) ajay, vivan and ali are my friends. Ans.   3) my brother, punit, lives in kanpur. Ans.   4) i read a storybook named 'cinderella'. Ans.   12

5) i study in brightminds school. Ans.   6) the concert is on friday. Ans.   Punctuation marks are marks that help us to understand a sentence better. Let us learn about them. I am used to end a statement. Example: Dogs are cute. I like them. full stop I am used to end a question. Example: Where is Sarah? question mark Now, read the following sentences. I like cooking cats and kids. I like milk bananas cherries and plums. Module 2 13

The sentences above are missing an important punctuation mark. This punctuation mark is called the comma. Now, let us learn about the comma. comma I am used to separate three or more words in a list. Examples: • I like cooking, cats and kids. • I like milk, bananas, cherries and plums. Exercise 3.2: Fill in the blanks with the correct punctuation marks. One is done for you. Kichu is my best friend in school. Both of us love pies. Do you know what they taste like______ They are sweet and tasty______ Our favourite pies are blueberry______ apple______ cherry and lemon pies______ Exercise 3.3: Rewrite the sentences by correcting the usage of punctuation marks and capital letters. One is done for you. 1) i Ate a healthy Dinner? Ans. I ate a healthy dinner. 2) who has My bag. Ans.  3) He has a toy car a puzzle and a soft toy, Ans.   4) the name of my Pet is ruby? Ans.  14

5) how are you feeling today, Ans.  6) my mother gave me a few Apples. Oranges. Bananas. and Grapes. Ans.   Exercise 3.4: The following paragraph has some punctuation mistakes. Rewrite the paragraph after correcting them. One line is done for you. Have you ever got a surprise on your birthday. my grandmother came to my birthday party after many years, She gifted me a book. a pen and a scarf for my birthday. I was very happy when I saw the lovely cake that she had baked for me? She stayed with us for a whole week. I was very sad when she left? Ans. Have you ever got a surprise on your birthday? Module 2 15

Writing Words for pictures Exercise 4.1: Read the story and complete the missing words. The pictures beside the blanks will help you. One is done for you. One day, a b o y got a l ____ ____ t ____ ____ . He was invited by the k ____ ____ ____, who had sent a h ____ ____ ____ ____ for him. He sat on the h ____ ____ ____ ____ and went up a h ____ ____ ____ . They saw a big c ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . The b ____ ____ went in and saw a big t ____ ____ ____ filled with c ____ ____ ____ ____ . 16

Make sentences Exercise 4.2: Make five sentences by joining the given words. One is done for you. My family in a bank. Our mother tells us a younger sister. Our father works is all going to school. I are bedtime stories. We have a small one. 1) My family is a small one. 2)   3)   4)   5)   Module 2 17

Module 3 Section Name What I Will Learn Dictation Word dictation Vocabulary Synonyms and meanings Grammar Singular and plural nouns Writing Use of 'has' and 'have' Use of 'does' and 'do' Stretch a sentence Story writing Dictation 3) Exercise 1: Word dictation 6) 1) 2) 9) 4) 5) 7) 8) 1881

PR Vocabulary Q Synonyms and meanings Synonyms are words that have the same or almost the same meanings. Examples: •  happy – joyful, cheerful •  big – huge, large Exercise 2.1: Tick the correct synonyms of the underlined words from the brackets. 1) My friends gave me a gift. (box/present) 2) My room is very neat. (tidy/dirty) 3) That is a beautiful dress. (frock/sweater) 4) This exercise is very difficult. (easy/hard) Module 3 19

5) You run very fast. (slowly/quickly) 6) Amit has a lovely voice. (beautiful/bad) Exercise 2.2: Match the words to their meanings.   Column A       Column B 1) birthday a) in the middle of 2) between b) somewhere else 3) librarian c) one who goes to see somebody 4) visitor d) the day on which one is born 5) away e) making one laugh 6) funny f) a person who looks after a library Grammar Singular and plural nouns Read the given words. Write their plural forms. 1) bus – _______________________ 2) tomato – _______________________ 3) chair – _______________________ 4) box – _______________________ 5) doll – _______________________ 6) zero – _______________________ 20

Remember •  Most words are made plural by adding -s to their ends.   Examples: house – houses, ball – balls, boy – boys •  T o form plurals of nouns that end in -x, -o or -s, we add -es to the ends of the words.   Examples: fox – foxes, potato – potatoes, gas – gases How do we make singular words that end in -ss, -sh or -ch plural? We simply add -es after -ss, -sh or -ch to make the correct plural forms of such words. Examples: Plural Singular Plural Singular princesses class classes princess boss bosses cross crosses bush bushes dish dishes wish wishes brush brushes witch witches beach beaches batch batches patch patches Module 3 21

Exercise 3.1: Write the plural form of each noun. One is done for you. 1) dress dresses 2) glass ____________________ 3) wish ____________________ 4) peach ____________________ 5) lunch ____________________ 6) brush ____________________ 22

Exercise 3.2: Rewrite the phrases after changing the nouns to their plural forms. One is done for you. 1) tall branch   tall branches 2) green bush 3) big class 4) shy princess 5) tall church 6) wooden dish Use of ‘has’ and ‘have’ Read the following sentences. I have a pet dog. The elephant has a She has a funny face. long trunk. Module 3 23

Remember Has and have are doing words or action words that show belonging. •  We use 'has' with the pronouns he, she and it. •  We use 'have' with the pronouns I, we, you and they. •  Singular nouns use has. Plural nouns use have. Exercise 3.3: Fill in the blanks with ‘has’ or ‘have’. One is done for you. 1) It has a long neck. 2) Elephants ____________ big ears. 3) A rhinoceros ____________ a horn 4) They ____________ two pet birds. on its nose. 24

5) A car ____________ four wheels. 6) I ____________ many friends. Use of ‘does’ and ‘do’ Does Amey play with his He does some work in Does it sleep all the puppy? their house. time? Do you know how to play They do their work Do I look funny in this the guitar? together. dress? Module 3 25

Remember Does and do show actions and ask questions. • Use ‘does’ with the pronouns he, she, it and singular nouns. • U se ‘do’ with the pronouns I, we, you, they and plural nouns. Exercise 3.4: Fill in the blanks with 'does' or 'do'. One is done for you. 1) Do (Do/Does) you like to eat apples? 2) ____________________ (Do/Does) he keep his toys neatly? 3) ____________________ (Do/Does) Amir know how to play baseball? 4) ___________________ (Does/Do) they own that car? 5) She __________________ (does/do) not wear a watch every day. 26

6) It ____________________ (do/does) not bark at people. Writing Stretch a sentence Different words together give a sentence its complete meaning. We can make a sentence bigger by adding more details to it. We can do this by answering the questions who, what, when, where and why. Example: A strawberry A red strawberry I ate a red strawberry. I ate a red strawberry that my mother bought. I ate a red strawberry that my mother bought from the market. Exercise 4.1: Read the first words of a few sentences. Keep adding one detail per sentence as you keep expanding it. 1) The dog ________________________ ______________________________________ _______________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ Module 3 27

2)  My room     ________________________     ______________________________________     _______________________________________________     _____________________________________________________________     _______________________________________________________________________ 3)  My toy     ________________________     ______________________________________     _______________________________________________     _____________________________________________________________     _______________________________________________________________________ 4)  My family     ________________________     ______________________________________     _______________________________________________     _____________________________________________________________     _______________________________________________________________________ 5)  That boy     ________________________     ______________________________________     _______________________________________________     _____________________________________________________________     _______________________________________________________________________ 28

Story writing Exercise 4.2: Look at the pictures given below. Read the sentences. Use the pictures as hints and number the sentences in the correct order. Then, rewrite the story correctly. 1) Sahil and Heena helped Mummy dry out the clothes.  2) Mummy washed the dirty clothes in the washing machine.  3) The clothes were kept away by Sahil, Heena and Mummy.  4) There was a pile of dirty clothes that needed washing.  5) Granny ironed the clothes after they were dry. Now, write the story in the correct order. _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ Module 3 29

_____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ 30

Module 4 Section Name What I Will Learn Dictation Sentence dictation Vocabulary Grammar Name pictures Writing Pronouns Make sentences Naming parts and action parts of sentences Dictation Exercise 1: Sentence dictation 1)  2)  3)  4)  5)  Module 1 31

PR Vocabulary Q Name pictures Exercise 2.1: Fill in the missing letters and complete the names of the pictures. 1) e a u t s 2) s u i r e l or st 3) 4) t e r w n er 5) allo ns 6) 32

Exercise 2.2: Fill in the missing letters and complete the names of the pictures. 1) f _______ o w _______ r 2) m _______ n k _______ y s 3) l _______ a _______ e s 4) l _______ _______ h t 5) _______ l _______ y 6) c r _______ y _______ n s Module 4 33

Grammar Pronouns We know that naming words are called nouns. A pronoun is a word that we use in place of a noun. Examples: She He Taffy is a woman. Taffy is very old. Ram is a boy. Ram is five years old. Subject and object pronouns Most sentences have a subject and an object. The subject of a sentence is the The object of a sentence is the person person or thing doing the action. or thing receiving the action. Example: Rita ate an apple. Rita ate an apple. does the receives action the action subject object 34

Remember • Pronouns take the place of nouns. • A subject pronoun takes the place • A n object pronoun takes the place of the subject in a sentence. of the object in a sentence. She ate an apple. Rita ate it. subject pronoun object pronoun Read the list of subject and object pronouns. Singular Plural Subject pronouns I you he she it we you they Object pronouns me you him her it us you them Examples of subject pronouns: Examples of object pronouns: I like your dress.  Can you help me?  They are friends.  Sarla can see him.  Module 4 35

Exercise 3.1: Write whether the underlined pronouns are subject pronouns or object pronouns. One is done for you. 1) He threw the ball to me. – object pronoun 2) It bit me hard. –  3) Alifia gave her an ice cream. –  4) I do not know that. –  5) The teacher did not call him. –  6) We are very happy to hear that. – Replacing nouns with pronouns Mohit can see Sahil. Mohit waves to Sahil. Mohit greets Sahil. Here, we can use he in place of Mohit and him in place of Sahil after the first time. Ans. Mohit can see Sahil. He waves to him. He greets him. 36

Exercise 3.2: Rewrite the sentences with the correct object pronouns for the underlined nouns. One is done for you. 1) The fairy gave Mira three wishes. Ans. The fairy gave her three wishes. 2) Mother read a story to Punam and Shreya. Ans.  3) Papa gave Farhan and me a few books. Ans.  4) The clown did a trick for the students. Ans.  5) The teacher gave Ayaz a new book. Ans.   6) The baker gave the cake to Mira. Ans.  Exercise 3.3: Fill in the blanks by choosing the correct pronouns. One is done for you. The squirrel family is going for a picnic. They (They/Her) have packed a picnic basket. ________________ (It/Them) is filled with nuts, fruits and seeds. Papa squirrel is running around. '_______________ (We/Us) will get late if we do not hurry!' he says. Mummy squirrel is not worried. '_______________ (They/You) worry Module 4 37

too much!' she tells Papa squirrel. Meanwhile, Baby squirrel is packing paper plates and glasses. He puts _______________ (they/them) in the picnic basket with the food. He says, 'The plates and glasses are with _______________ (I/me).' Exercise 3.4: Replace the underlined words with suitable subject and object pronouns and complete the passage. One is done for you. Rushi is good friends with her brother, Riki. Rushi and Riki are having an ice cream cone each. Rushi and Riki love eating ice cream. Rushi always buys Riki ice cream. Riki says, 'Riki am enjoying this ice cream.' Rushi says, 'Let Riki and me take some ice cream for Mummy and Papa. Rushi and Riki buy some ice cream cones for Mummy and Papa. Ans. Rushi is good friends with her brother, Riki. Rushi and Riki are having an ice cream cone each. They love eating ice cream. 38

Writing Make sentences Exercise 4.1: Make sentences with the given words. Use the pictures as hints to understand the meanings of the words. One is done for you. 1) care – Her parents take good care of her. 2) pet –   3) help –   4) mother –   5) friends –   6) smile –   Module 4 39

Naming parts and action parts of sentences A sentence has two parts: a naming part and an action part. The naming part tells us who or what the sentence is about. The action part tells us what the naming part does. Exercise 4.2: Here are some sentences that need naming parts or action parts. Add words to the sentences and complete them. 1) Ramiz ________________________________________________________________. 2) ______________________________________________ are swimming in the pool. 3) Arya and Suzy ________________________________________________________. 4) ________________________________________________________ run in the grass. 5) We ___________________________________________________________________. 6) _______________________________________________________ go for a holiday. 40

Module 5 Section Name What I Will Learn Dictation Word dictation Vocabulary Grammar Names of fruits and vegetables Writing Adjectives—describing words Parts of a story Paragraph writing Dictation 3) 6) Exercise 1: Word dictation 9) 1) 2) 4) 5) 7) 8) Module 1 4411

PR Vocabulary Q Names of fruits and vegetables Exercise 2.1: Find the names of these fruits and vegetables in the puzzle. One is done for you. apple pear peas AL P I T EK orange CA B B AG E R F R C Y NO XW I P E A R AS N EVPA Z O J AQP N UG A S J LG DM L H B E E brinjal cabbage 42

Exercise 2.2: Match the pictures to their names. One is done for you.     Column A   Column B 1) a) capsicum 2) b) lady's finger 3) c) watermelon 4) d) strawberry 5) e) cherry 6) f) cauliflower Module 5 43

Grammar Adjectives—describing words Read the paragraph given below. Underline the describing words and say which nouns or pronouns they describe. Three people from my family and I went on a picnic. We were very happy. We had big smiles on our faces. We had taken fresh fruits and tasty food with us on the picnic. I had a lovely day. Adjectives of quality Remember • Describing words tell us more about nouns or pronouns. • Describing words are also called adjectives. • Adjectives that point out the quality of nouns or pronouns are called adjectives of quality. • Adjectives of quality answer the question 'of what kind?' 44

Examples: Examples Quality Examples Quality black crow look colour beautiful crown sound quiet church size big room shape round clock taste sweet lollipop soft blanket weather touch snowy morning behaviour smell naughty child sweet-smelling flowers Module 5 45

Exercise 3.1: Look at the given pictures. Fill in the blanks with adjectives of quality to match the pictures. Choose the adjectives from the words given below. One is done for you. sweet heavy broken tired happy white 1)  happy children  2)  ________________ cup 3)  ________________ flower 4)  ________________ candy 5)  ________________ books 6)  ________________ man 46

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