Wings Class 5 Lesson 4 Activity Answers

Wings class 5 lesson 4 activity answers have been made for class 5. Students will get the solution of lesson 4 of wings which contains 17 activities given in the following.

 Activity answers solution of Wings class 5 lesson 4 are prepared in the following. 

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Let’s do :

Activity – 1

Answer the following questions:

(a) Who went to Kolkata Zoo last Sunday?

Ans : Moumita went to Kolkata Zoo last Sunday.

(b) What puzzled the students in the zoo?

Ans : An elephant’s trumpet puzzled the students in the zoo.

(c) What did the teachers explain about snakes?

Ans : The teacher explained which snakes were venomous and which were not venomous.


Complete the following sentences with information from the text:

(a) Moumita wrote about her visit to Kolkata Zoo from her memory.

(b) Most attractive were the birds of different spices.

(c) The tigers were roaring and showing their canine teeth.

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


Write “T’ for True and ‘F’ for False statements in the boxes given:

(a) Moumita and her friends went to the zoo last Sunday. T

(b) The hippos were opening their huge mouths. T

(c) Five teachers accompanied the students in the zoo. F

(d) This tour has no educational value. F


Arrange the jumbled letters to make meaningful words. Use the given hints:

(a) nisastohed :  astonished (hint: filled with wonder)

(b) ousnomve  : Venomous (hint: having poison)

(c) rtuo : tour (hint: travel)

(d) yroemm : memory (hint : remembrance)

Activity 4(b)

Find out some describing words from the text and put them in the box below. One is done for you!

1. wild4. venomous
2. canine5. educational
3. huge6. different

Activity- 5

Let’s change forms of the following doing words. One is done for you:

PresentPastPast Participle

Let’s Learn:

Let’s look at the following sentences from the above text:

·        Ankita studies in class V.

·        Last Sunday I went to Kolkata Zoo.

The words in colour are called Prepositions.

Preposition is a word used before a noun or pronoun to indicate place, position, time or method.

Let’s do :


Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions from the Help Box One is done for you:

(a) Manashri gets up at  5 O’clock

(b) Shatarupa plays with her friends.

(c) We must have love to our motherland,

(d) On Sundays we play in the playground

(e) Jhumpa goes to school on foot.

(f) Mita went to market by car.

(g) Souryadipta laughs at my fault.

(h) Paromita lives at  Katwa.

(i) Munir lives in Kolkata.

Help Box: at, for, from, on, in, with, on, by, at, in

Let’s learn :

Time of action

Past Time :

·        Yesterday you had a football match.

·        Last month you went to visit the Taj.

·        Last year you were in class IV

Present Time :

·        This morning is very bright.

·        Today we play in the field.

·        Now you are watching cartoon.

Future time :

·        Tomorrow you will go to school.

·        Tomorrow evening your friends will come at your place.

·        My father will go to Delhi the day after tomorrow.

The underlined words are Verbs

Verb shows the action of nouns or pronouns.

·        The sun rises in the east.

·        We did it yesterday.

·        Madhu will go with you.

Verb shows the action being done in a sentence.

·        The milk is hot.

·        I am a student of class five.

·        They are happy here.

·        Rai and Debu were in this school last year.

·        I was in class four.

Verb shows belonging or possession

·        I have two pens.

·        Jui and Anita have a nice story book.

·        Moumita has that book also.

·        I had a bicycle. 

·        My two classmates had some good friends.

Examples of Principal and Auxiliary verbs

·        He does not work today.

·        Madhu is doing his own work.

·        I am swimming across the river.

·        The gate was opened for all.

In the above four sentences ‘work’, ‘doing’ ‘swim’ ‘opened’ are the principal verbs and ‘does’, ‘is’, ‘am’, ‘was’ are supporting the principal verbs. So, does’, ‘is’ ‘am’ ‘was’ are auxiliary verbs.

Verb is a kind of Parts of Speech

verb is doing word or action word. Verb = To do any work. 

We come to know from the above discussion that Verb are of two types

(A) Principal Verb

(B) Auxiliary Verb

The Verb that is used independently without the help of any other verb is called the Principal Verb. A verb that helps another verb to express its full meaning is called Auxiliary verb.
askaskedwill/shall ask
playplayedwill/shall play
putputwill/shall put
walkwalkedwill/shall walk
singsangwill/shall sing
looklookedwill/shall look
taketookwill/shall take
runranwill/shall run
comecamewill/shall come
riderodewill/shall ride
keepkeptwill/shall keep
readreadwill/shall read
teachtaughtwill/shall teach

Use of some Common Prepositions by means of a Diagram

Preposition of Place

·        The ball is on the box, 
·        The ball is in/inside the box. 
·        The ball goes into the box. 
·        The ball is beside the box. 
·        The ball is under the box. 
·        The ball is thrown over the box. 
·        The ball is between the two boxes. 
·        The sun is above us. 
Use of Preposition of Time

Before a particular day/date → on

  • He came here on last Sunday.
  • I met him on 5 May.

Before month/year → in

  • India won freedom in 1947.
  • I was born in September.

Before time → at

  • He arrived at 10 a.m.
  • I start for school at 9.30 a.m.

Let’s do :


Fill in the blanks with words from the Word Trove :

(a) My father has built a magnificent  house.

(b) Emperor and Kings ruled in the past.

(c) The country mourned  the death of a soldier.

(d) From the hilltops you can have the glimpse  of sunrise.


Make sentences with the following words :

glimpse : Prince Khurram caught a glimpse of an extremely beautiful girl.

beloved : Sha Jahan built the Taj Mahal in the memory of his beloved wife.

magnificent : The Taj Mahal is a magnificent monument that is seven wonders of the World.

Let’s rhyme :


Let’s rhyme by using appropriate words. You may take words from the Help Box:

Help Box: bell, fell, coat, fort, brake, knave, right, might, no, bow, bent, sent, milk, ilk, eating, sitting, mobility, utility

Let’s talk :

Discuss with your friend about your visit to the zoo. You may use the given hints:

[Name of the zoo, animals and birds seen, their behavioural patterns, your feelings and experiences]

Let’s write :


Write in six sentences about a park in your locality:

A park in my locality

There is a park in our locality.  It is not far from my house. The park is full of soft green grass. It is surrounded by tall trees. The Children and the old from our locality visit the park every day in the afternoon. I go there and play with my friends.

Help Box: place, things seen in the park- amusement for children, senior citizens’ zone, etc


Fill in the blanks with information from the given text :

(a) Children are fond of playing indoor and outdoor games.

(b) The players were puzzled as the ball dropped into a jungle.

(c) All of a sudden a boy notices a broken wooden door and huge building covered with wild creepers and vines.


Fill in the chart with appropriate words:



Make sentences by using the following words :

(a) huge : I sae a huge elephant at the zoo.

(b) unfortunately : Unfortunately, he failed this time.

(c) noticed : I noticed an old man was moving slowly.

(d) thrilled : We had a thrilled experience when we entered an old big mansion.


Arrange the jumbled letters to form meaningful words:

dratyoucr: courtyard

sarlilp : pillars

eerfidfnt : different

tyuhgan : naughty


Write the opposite of the given words:

(a) valuable : Cheap

(b) ancient : modern

(c) imaginary : real

(d) entire : part

(e) thrilling : boring

(f) decided : unsettle

(g) unfortunately : fortunately

(h) heavy : light


Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions:

(a) Reba was astonished at see that.

(b) All of a sudden, we met him in front of the school.

(c) The bag is full of fruits and vegetables.

(d) All the friends met in a park.


Write five or six sentences on how you celebrated the Kazi Nazrul Jayanti in your school:


·        date of celebration

·        place

·        activities : garlanding the photograph, singing Nazrul Geeti, speeches on the poet, etc.

Ans :

Kazi Nazrul Jayanti celebration

Kazi Nazrul Jayanti was celebrated on 24th May in our school assembly hall at 4pm. Some cultural programmes had been arranged to celebrate  Kazi Nazrul Jayanti. First, we put garland on the photograph of Kazi Nazrul Islam. Then some students sang Nazrul Geeti, some recited his poems and at last the students of class V performed a play. Some teachers made ending speeches on the poet.