Class 5 Wings Lesson 3 Activity Answers 1 to 12

Class 5 Wings Lesson 3 Activity Answers 1 to 12 have been provided in the following that will be helpful for them. Class 5 Wings Activity 1 to Activity 12 answers are prepared for the students of class 5 from lesson 3.

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Write “T’ for True and ‘F’ for False statements in the boxes given. One is done for you:

(i) Animesh reads in a school in Bishnupur. F

(ii) Animesh wants to know about distant places in West Bengal. F

(iii) Animesh does not have much interest in painting. F

(iv) Terracotta is an art of making pottery from burnt or baked clay. T

(v) “Bankura horse’ is a typical breed of horse known for its strong and agile body. F

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Fill in the blanks with suitable words from the given list of words:

(i) Many students are not accustomed  to find out books on particular subjects in a library

(ii) Visiting places of historical importance is very effective in the study of History

(iii) In West Bengal there are many places famous for their specific interest.

(iv) In Jaldapara tourist spot elephant  safaris are arranged by the West Bengal Tourism Department.

List of words :   elephant, historical, accustomed, interest

Read more: Wings Class 5 Solution.

Revision Lesson: Page No 1 – 12Lesson – 7: Page No 103 – 116
Lesson – 1: Page No 13 – 30Lesson – 8: Page No 117 – 130
Lesson – 2: Page No 31 – 42Lesson – 9: Page No 131 – 144
Lesson – 3: Page No 43 – 54Lesson – 10: Page No 145 – 154
Lesson – 4: Page No 55 – 70Lesson – 11: Page No 155 – 164
Lesson – 5: Page No 71 – 86Lesson – 12: Page No 165 – 175
Lesson – 6: Page No 87 – 102


Find out the words from the passage that are opposite to the underlined words/phrases in the given sentences. One is done for you:

(i) Students who are not habituated to such activities may feel nervous.

(ii) My friend lives near house.

(ii) Many feel disinterested in writing letters to relatives.

(iv) The painting appears very commonplace.

(v) This book has acquired a local popularity. nervous


Word(s)Opposite word (from passage)
(i) not habituatedaccustomed
(ii) neardistant
(iii) disinterestedinterested
(v) localglobal


Answers the following questions :

(i) To which thing is Animesh accustomed?

Ans: Animesh is very much accustomed to the busy city life of Kolkata.

(ii) What sort of place is Bisnupur? In which district does it fall?

Ans: Bisnupur is a historic semi-urban place. It falls in the district of Bankura.

(iii) What does the word ‘terracotta’ mean?

Ans: The word, ‘terracotta’ means ‘ burnt-clay’.

(iv) Name some places in Bankura where terracotta handicrafts are produced

Ans: In Bankura, Panchmura, Rajagram, Sonamukhi, and Hamirpur are places where terracotta handicrafts are produced.

(v) How much popular is terracotta Bankura horse as an artwork?

Ans: As an artwork, terracotta Bankura horse is very popular. It is originally used for village rituals. It has now gained global recognition for its elegant and unique posture and grace.

Let’s learn :

Read the following passage carefully:

I am Jasmin. I am a student of class V. This school is ours. We come to school regularly. Ranu is my very good friend. She lives near our house. This house is theirsOurs is over there, just behind the Jamun tree.

The words underlined above are called Pronouns.

Pronouns are words that are used instead of Nouns.

When a pronoun refers to a person, it is called Personal Pronouns.

Personal Pronoun can be used both as Subject and Object.

Subject – I, We, You, He, She, They,

Object – Me, Us, You, Him, Her, Them.

When a pronoun implies possession, it is called Possessive Pronoun.

Examples : Mine, ours, yours, his, hers, theirs.


Put the underlined Pronouns in the appropriate columns of the box given below:

1. Ronita must take good care of her  health.

2. The red house is theirs.

3. Mira is my  best friend. Her house is close to mine.

4. Srijan has many toy cars. He is particularly fond of the red car of his.

5. Tutu is a parrot. It loves to eat nuts.

Personal PronounPossessive Pronoun

My and ‘Her’ are considered as Possessive Adjectives as they are generally placed before Noun.


Underline the Personal Pronouns and circle the Possessive Pronouns in the following sentences :

1. Mohul and Rehana are best friends. Every year they celebrate Eid and Durga Puja together.

Ans  : Personal Pronoun – they.

2. Bharatnatyam is a famous Indian dance form. It originated in South India.

Ans  : Personal Pronoun – It.

3. We are proud of the rich cultural heritage of ours.

Ans  : Possessive Pronoun – ours.

4. They love to visit the house of theirs in Purulia.

Ans  : Possessive Pronoun – theirs.


Fill in the blanks to make meaningful sentences with suitable words from the Word Trove:

(i) The ruins of Hampi depict the ancient history of India.

(ii) Van Gogh was a popular Dutch painter.

(iii) Kalika Prasad Bhattacharya, the famous folk singer, died a premature death.

(iv) Ajanta Caves are one of the finest examples of heritage of India.

(v) Early morning exercise is essential for healthy lifestyle.


You have been admitted to a new school in class-V. Write six or seven sentences about how you feel in your new school:

[Points: changes in school building – new friends — new teachers – how did you feel to communicate with them – how did you accustom yourself with new time schedule.]

Ans :

I have been admitted to a new school. Here I see the changes in school building. I have got my new friends and also have new teachers here. I don’t feel any hesitation to communicate with them as they all guide me in a friendly manner. The school timing is very suitable for me. This helps me to accustom to myself with the new time schedule easily.


Complete the following sentences with information from the text. One is done for you:

(i) Air, water and earth are the most precious free gifts from nature,

(ii) Without their help we would not have lived on this earth .

(iii) We get water from rivers, springs, pools, lakes, and from underground sources.

(iv) 75% of the earth’s surface is covered with sea water.

(v) We must be very cautious in using potable water.


Read the passage carefully and answer the following questions :

(i) Where do we get water from?

Ans: We get water from rivers, springs, pools, lakes, and from underground sources.

(ii) Why is sea-water not suitable for drinking?

Ans: Sea-water is not suitable for drinking as sea water is salty.

(iii) What will happen if we misuse water callously?

Ans: If we misuse water callously, many thickly populated cities are going to face extreme scarcity of potable water.


Fill in the blanks with suitable words from the passage, to make meaningful sentences:

(i) Taking junk food is unsuitable for health.

(ii) Many district towns in West Bengal are getting densely populated.

(iii) Ground water is gradually getting exhausted for lack of sufficient rainfall.

(iv) Mangoes are easy to get in the market only during summer.

(v) Air pollution is increasing at an alarming rate.

(vi) Gold is more precious than silver.


Recently, Teachers’ Day was celebrated in your school. Some students of class V participated in that function. Now write six sentences about the performance of the students of class V on Teacher’s Day programme:

Ans  :

Students of Class V participated in the Teacher’s Day programme. The Teacher’s Day programme was held in our school Assembly Hall on 5th September. Some students of class V performed a drama from the short story, ‘The selfish Giant’. Everyone in the hall was amazed to watch the acting of the students in the stage. The audience praised the performance and gave them big hands at the end. The teachers also took pride in the performance of the students of class V.