6th ENGLISH (TL) POEM I – WATER



 

POEM I – WATER

6th ENGLISH (TL) POEM I - WATER

VOCABULARY

I. Talk with your friend beside you about the following:

1)  What are the main ideas in the first stanza?

Ans.: The main ideas in the first stanza are that water has no taste or smell, and it can be found in various forms such as waterfalls, pumps, taps, and wells.

2) What is the main idea in the second stanza?

Ans.: The main idea in the second stanza is that water is omnipresent, being found in rain, baths, ponds, and even at sea.

3) What is the main idea in the third stanza?

Ans.: The main idea in the third stanza is the connection between water and emotions. It mentions tears flowing down the cheeks when someone cries and the humorous reminder from a mother to wash behind the ears.

I. COMPREHENTION

A. Write down in the blanks given below the pairs of
rhyming words in the poem.

all – fall            smell – well

about – out       rain – again

tears – ears

A. Match the words on the
left with their description on the right.

i. rain – a. flow from the eyes

ii. well – b. rain water gets collected here

iii. pond – c. water comes in a rush over rocks

iv. sea – d. water comes from the clouds

v. waterfall – e. has salt and many minerals

       v. tears – f. has water from an underground source

Ans. – i. rain – water comes from the clouds

ii. well  has water from an underground source

iii. pond – rain water gets collected here

iv. sea – has salt and many minerals

v. waterfall – water comes in a rush over rocks

       v. tears – flow from the eyes

6th ENGLISH (TL) POEM I - WATER

B. Where can we see water?
Match the words and pictures that are given below by drawing lines connecting
them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

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