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5th English

5th English consists of three terms , First unit and third unit contain three units. Second unit contains two units. Each unit contains a Poem, a Prose, a Supplementary portions respectively.

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TERM-1 UNIT-1 : Exploring Space

Prose : “ Earth, the Desolated Home”, Students learn about the life in the Mars. Poem : “ Beyond the Universe”, they dream about travelling to space.Supplementary Reading: “Lost in space” they come to know the story about Amuthan and Nilavan’s experience in the space. By doing these exercises, they can understand well about compound words, common noun and abstract noun. They can write a letter to invite a friend for an occasion.


    “Earth, the Desolated Home”, is an imaginary lesson which deals with the life in Mars. In 2068, humans had destroyed the Earth and established three colonies in the Mars. Arivumathi’s family lived in one of the colonies. On her birthday, her grandfather reached her home after travelling more than 1500 Km and woke up her from her capsule. He explained that his arrival was delayed due to the dust storm of Mars. They went to harvest some vegetables in the vegetation hab. There, grandpa explained that the taste of fruits and vegetables in the Mars were not better than in the Earth. Arivu asked why he said so, as they were getting unpolluted food in the Mars. Grandpa explained that they got water from burning fuels in the Mars whereas they had got water from the rain in the earth which was natural and free. They were fighting for things  in the Mars which they had got easily in the Earth. There was no need of a spacesuit or an oxygen cylinder in the Earth. The years were longer in the Mars. Arivu accepted her grandpa’s statements and added that 668 sols (687 Earth days) made a year. She consoled him saying that Scientists were trying to Terraform the Mars. Finally they came to a conclusion ‘nothing can be the Earth’.


    The poet dreams of flying outside the Earth. He travels among the planets and stars. He stops at Mars and dreams of a home in it (away from home). Then he watches the Saturn with its ring and moons. Then he stops at Jupiter and wonders by its glassy red storms. He is rushing through a belt of asteroids. He crosses Uranus to Neptune, the blue ice giant without any trouble. Then he flies further high to meet the creator of this beautiful galaxy which takes him beyond the Milky Way passing the galaxies.


Compound Words: Combining to words to get a new word with different meaning.


Collective Nouns: It is used to indicate a group / collection of a noun

Abstract Nouns: The naming word that can only be felt and experienced


‘Lost in Space’ is an imaginary story of Amuthan and Nilavan. Both visited a space museum and saw a model of space shuttle. Nilavan found a latch(a lock) and opened the shuttle. They entered the shuttle. The door locked itself and they got trapped inside it. They reached into the deck of the shuttle which had so many switches. Amuthan pressed a big green colour switch thinking that the door would open by pressing it. But unfortunately, the shuttle burst out into the outerspace. The shuttle went through a belt of asteroids. Nilavan noticed an asteroid coming towards the shuttle and so he asked Amuthan to turn the direction of the shuttle. Amuthan tried to turn the direction of the shuttle by pulling a lever but the shuttle suddenly crash-landed on a new planet. They were astonished and hurried for the spacesuits. Nilavan noticed some green lights approaching them. They were Aliens. Amuthan and Nilavan were afraid on seeing them. The aliens pacified them by saying that there was some problem in their shuttle which they(the aliens) could fix it properly. Amuthan and Nilavan wondered when the aliens spoke their language. One of the alien said that it was possible by reading the mind of the humans. The aliens provided a special room to take rest and gave them a capsule which was equal to food. After sometime, the alien woke up the boys and informed that the space shuttle was ready to go home. Amuthan and Nilavan thanked the aliens and invited them to the earth.The aliens replied that they would come when time came.

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TERM-1 UNIT-2 : My Native Place

 Prose :“ Trip to my Grandparents village’- children read about Santhosh’s experiences in his grandparents’ village. Poem : “Farmers Friend” - children learn about the significance of earthworms. Supplementary : “ The Farmer and his Daughters”- Children learn about the story of a wise father and his three married daughters.  By doing these exercises, they can understand well about singular and plural nouns, Past Continuous Tense and Future Continuous Tense. 


“Trip to my grandparents village”, is an interesting lesson which vividly picturizes how Santhosh enjoys his visit to his Native place in an audio diary on his mother’s phone. During summer vacation, Santhosh family decided to go to Sirumalai to visit his grandparents.  On 10th April, they planned to travel in a bus to Sirumalai. On 11th April, while travelling in a bus to Sirumalai, he enjoyed the sceneries outside the bus like greenery fields, white cranes and scarecrows. His grandparents were delighted to see him. The house was surrounded by many big trees like jackfruit, mango, neem, banana, pomegranate, coconut with abundant fruits. His grandfather offered him some ripened mangoes. On 12th April, he enjoyed some sceneries during his morning walk like cool breeze, farmers’ cutting and threshing the paddy crops and the song of cuckoo. After his breakfast, he met Paavai, the village girl who showed him the whole village and introduced her friends Ameer, Peter and Umaiyal to Santhosh. He came to know that they were helping their elders during their summer vacation to do the works like milking, breaking and piling groundnet pods neatly for sales. On 13th April,  Paavai took Santhosh to the village pond where he saw some children were splashing the water, climbing the tamarind tree and playing hide and seek. Finally, he took a refreshing bath after playing for sometime in the cool water. He loved to see the riverbed and the colourful fishes. On 14th April, Santhosh family returned to their city house. He enjoyed the trip and realised that those two days flew so fast without watching television and playing video games. He was very eager for his next visit.


       In the poem “Farmer’s Friend”, the poet praises the earthworm for its good nature. The poet says that the earthworm often looks like as filth but it gives good health to the soil. It rewards wealth to the farmers. It ploughs the soil before the farmer. He requests the farmers not to use chemicals to harm her. He also requests us to praise the earthworm as our motherland’s armour. The earthworm shies to show its looks. It toils fixing on the fishing hooks to catch the fish for the fishermen to cook. The poet advises us to be humble like a worm and not to harm it. Now, he asks the earthworm to spread his charm as he is free.  





     “The Farmer and his daughters”, is a story about a wise farmer and his three married daughters. A wealthy farmer with his three married daughters were living happily in the village of Manipuram. The farmer was getting old so that he decided to distribute all his wealth to his daughters. For that, he wanted to know their responsibility. After giving a bag of millet, he asked them to use grains in the best way. After one year, he welcomed them and asked one by one what they had done with the grains given to them. The first daughter replied that she fed the grains to a flock of birds. The second daughter replied that she mixed those grains with other grains kept for community food service. The third daughter replied that she needed two bullocks and few men to get the grains back. The farmer was confused and asked her why she needs bullocks and men to bring back the grains. The daughter replied that she sowed the grains and then it  had grown up as crops. The father was happy and gave her the responsibility of fields. He distributed his other wealth equally to the other two daughters.      




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TERM-1 UNIT-3 : Our Nation

Prose: “ The Guardian of the Nation” - Students read about what is the real patriotism. Poem : “Patriotism”-  they learn about how every child should be raised with patriotism.  Supplementary Reading : “The Legend of Jaswantgarh"- they come to know the story of Jaswant Singh Rawat, a true valour of the Indian army.  By doing these exercises, they can understand well about syllables, preposition, fill up the dialogue and write a story.


 “The Guardians of the Nation” is a patriotic lesson. After returning from School, Anandhan and Yazhini were watching a ceremony on the television. When Anandhan asked about it, his father explained that it was Amar Jawan Jyoti, which is a memorial for the dead soldiers. Every year, 7th December is observed as Armed forces Flag day. On that day,  the sacrifices of our soldiers is honoured for guarding our nation. He also told them that it was a great honour to serve the nation by joining the army. Yazhilni wanted to join the army and Anandhan wanted to become a doctor to treat the people. Their father explained that joining army was not only the service to the nation. He told them a story of Karmugilan, who was a young and talented doctor. He went to the USA for studying. His parents thought that he would live in the USA and continue his practice. But he came back to India and treated the people with free of cost. When the nearby village people were affected by dengue, he saved the life of many village people. He became popular. Unfortunately, he was infected by the disease and was taken to the city hospital. When his parents were upset and worried, he told them that he had done his duty to the country and he was happy. He died in a couple of days. In his memory, that village people built a hospital and treated people at free of cost. The father advised his children to love and respect their country. They should treat everyone with love and respect. That was the real service to the nation.

In the poem ‘Patriotism’, the poet raises some questions like whether we would live without boundaries, we would treat everyone alike or we would show our dislike, we would stick to our own values or we would become different. Then he answers affirmatively that we love our nation. We are divided as persons. Eventhough we have different languages, our integrity shouldn’t damage. We will make our country(our mother) proud or we will be with her like the crowd. We have to learn how to be kind and love everyone of our country.   


We devide the words to pronounce them easily.


Prepositions are words that help us know the position of things.

Supplementary Reading : THE LEGEND OF JASWANTGARH  

 “The Legend of Jaswantgarh”, is an inspiring lesson which talks about Jaswant Singh Rawat, an Indian soldier. The place Jaswantgarh in Arunachal Pradesh gets its name from him. “The battle of Nauranang” is a record of his valour and patriotism. There was a war between India and China in the year 1962 which continued for seventy-two hours. The Chinese army attacked the Indian post in Nauranang at 5.00 A.M. As the Chinese army was stronger, the Indian soldiers were ordered to retreat and regroup. But, Jaswant decided to continue the fight with the help of the village girls named Sela and Nura. Jaswant taught them to handle the fire guns and fixed the weapons at separate points. All three kept shooting continuously on the Chinese army. His intention was to make the Chinese army feel that they were facing a huge Indian Battalion. They killed nearly three hundred Chinese soldiers. The Chinese soldiers caught the man who brought food for the three. During their interrogation, the man told them that a single soldier with two girls were guarding the post. The Chinese army became shocked and furious. As the Chinese army was ready to capture Jaswant, he shot himself. Sela was killed by a grenade blast and Nura was captured alive. After the war, commander of the Chinese army returned the brass bust of Jaswant. A war memorial with the brass bust was made to remember his service to the nation. The Indian Army still treats him as a serving officer and awards him promotions. India awarded him the Mahavir Chakra. Jaswant still lives in the memory of people in Jaswantgarh and the Indian army.



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TERM-2 UNIT-1 : Hospitality

Prose : Gift” is a story which admires and insists the need of hospitality in the modern times. Poem : The Mother Nature” praises the hospitality of the nature towards everyone under the Sun. Supplementary Reading: The Two Pigeons” tells about the hospitality of the pigeons. By doing these exercises, students can understand well about suffix and present perfect tense. They can write a personal letter like thanking grandmother for the birthday gift, thanking your aunt for spending holidays with her etc.   


    “Gift” beautifully portrays the gift of hospitality. Once a beggar was hungry. He went to a big luxurious house and knocked the door. A well dressed man opened the door and asked harshly what he wanted. When asked for food, the rich man replied that he was not running free food service.  When the beggar asked for the left over,  the rich man got tensed and slammed the door. The beggar became sad when he saw the banana leaves with food in the trash can. A voice came out from the next door that there was no one in that house. The old man was confused. When he asked for food, the man inside the house got irritated and replied that if the richest man in the street could not offer him, how he would offer him food. Then, the beggar left the place. As the beggar was tired, he sat under the tree and felt asleep. A man in a shabby clothes woke him and asked why he was lying there? The beggar replied that he had no place to stay and no food to eat. When the poor man invited him to his house, he didn’t want to be a burden for him. After the compulsion of the poor man, the beggar accepted to come to his hut. The hut was very small. The house only had few utensils for use. The poor man, Kaliyan worked in the farm nearby. He introduced his wife Viji, the children - Gopi and Rathika. Viji served the gruel from an earthen pot to all. After the dinner, Kaliyan spread out a mat for the beggar to sleep. Next morning, the beggar told them that he was not a beggar. He was a land lord from a nearby town. He and his family were helping the needy. As his son and wife died two years back,  he was helping the poor. The old man requested the family to look after his wealth and service. First,  kaliyan was reluctant. The old man persuaded the family. At last, they accepted and the old man was happy. 


     In the poem “Mother Nature”, the poet praises the hospitality of Mother Nature. Mother Nature gives everything to all creature. Everybody enjoys the shadows under the tree. They can eat her fruits for free. She is a home for the birds and a refreshing place for the herd. He advises the human beings to follow this hospitality as their culture in their future. We should welcome our guests with a smiling face and wins their hearts in the life’s race. Fortune knocks with its best to those who care for their guest. 


A suffix is a letter combination that is fixed at the end of the word. It gives new meaning to the word.


Present perfect tense is used to show that an event has happened in the past and has present consequences. 


 “The two pigeons”, is a moral story about the hospitality of the two pigeons. Once, there lived two white pigeons. They spent their days happily on their favourite tree. One day, it was raining heavily. The hen-pigeon was waiting for the cock-pigeon which went outside. But the cock-pigeon was caught by a bird catcher. As it was raining heavily outside, the bird catcher took rest under the tree where the hen-pigeon was waiting. The hen-pigeon found its cock-pigeon in the cage of the bird catcher. She started to cry. But, the cock-pigeon consoled her saying that the bird catcher was their guest. He asked her to help the bird catcher to start a fire to keep himself warm. As per his words, the hen-pigeon made a big heap of dry twigs and flintstones to start the fire. Then, she told the bad catcher that she had no food to offer him. So, she would jump into the fire so that he could eat her. The bird catcher was overwhelmed and asked the hen-pigeon what she wanted. The bird requested the bird catcher to set her friend free. The bird catcher opened the cage and set the cock-pigeon free saying that he would never trap any bird again.  He stayed the night there. The next morning, the pigeons got him some nuts, fruits and seeds to eat. The bird catcher thanked the pigeons and walked away.    


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TERM-2 UNIT-2 : Sports

 Prose : “ The Strength in his weakness” deals with the boy, Akilan who made his dream come true by changing his weakness into his strength. Poem : “The Swimmer” describes a swimmer. Supplementary Reading: “Practice makes a man perfect” leaves a message that everything is possible through consistent practice+. By doing these exercises, students can understand well about the opposite words, linkers (connecting words) and to fill up a form.


“The strength in his Weakness”, a moral sports lesson which teaches us to be optimistic in all our aspects. Akilan liked sports and studies like his eyes. So, Akilan spent his mornings on studies and his evenings in the playground. His passion for learning Judo grew every day. When he showed the medals and certificates that he won in the school Judo competetions, his parents understood his passion for Judo. Akilan lost his left hand in an accident. His parents wanted to fulfil their son’s passion. Akilan’s father admitted him in a Judo school. His master taught him only one stroke for two years. Soon, Akilan mastered the stroke. Nobody could excel him in that stroke. When the master picked Akilan for “National Judo Competetion”, everybody was surprised. Akilan reached the finals after defeating six contenders with one hand and one stroke. In the finals, Akilan was defeated by his opponent easily in the first two rounds. Akilan’s master advised him to believe himself. The key to success was to focus on his strength and not his weakness. Akilan understood the master’s hint. He focussed on his single stroke and had won the finals. He became the Champion. Akilan thanked his master and asked him how he had won the competition with a single stroke. His master replied that he learnt the most difficult stroke in Judo. If his opponent wanted to beat him, he should hold his left hand which Akilan had lost. That was the secret behind his victory.


               The swimmer was tall. She greater than all. She dived like a fish. No one could wish like her. She swam like a flight. Her strokes were like dancing light. She breathed and ripped across the water with flair. The audience were cheering above her head. She knew that the finishing line was near. As she wanted to win the race, she picked up her pace with all her might. She never gave up the fight. When she reached the wall, they called her name as ‘winner’.  


Same and  Opposite Meaning Words :-


A conjunction is a word that joins two words or sentences.


            Uthaman was a skilled archer and also a show off. He could hit the centre of the target, no matter how far the target was. One day, he was shooting arrows at the targets. He was admired by the audience except the oil seller with white beard. The oil seller told the audience that it was a matter of practice. On hearing that, Uthaman got angry. He asked him if anyone could do what he did and who he was to say like that.  The oil seller pacified him saying that he had achieved some skill in filling the gourds. Uthaman asked him to show his skills. The oil seller placed a small copper coin on the mouth of the gourd. The coin had a small hole at its centre. He took some oil in his ladle. Then, he poured the oil into the gourd through the hole in the coin. The coin had no trace of oil when it was taken out. The audience appreciated him with a louder cheer. The oil seller told the crowd that there was nothing special. It was only a matter of practice. Uthaman smiled and thanked him for teaching him a lesson.  


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TERM-3 UNIT 1 : Always Learn

Prose : “ Five Detectives” describes how the five children used their intelligence to solve a mystery. Poem : “Why” vividly picturizes how the children show their curiosity to know about the world around them and how we help them to improve their intelligence.  Supplementary Reading: “The Witty Sparrow” tells about the intelligent woman sparrow protects its home and life.  By doing these exercises, they can understand well about Homophones and Adverbs


Arul, Amudha, Sreejith, Jessy and Fathima called themselves as 5D- five Detectives. who were famous in Ooty for their courage and skill. Sreejith’s dog Pablo played an important role in solving the mysteries. After a week, they all went to the town’s fair where were different games, magicians and a studio with many wax figures inside. On their way back home, they saw Inspector Velayudham on his bike who was the area inspector. On Monday, Jessy overheard her father talking on the phone about a robbery to take place in the museum. Jessy conveyed the news to her friends in the morning. They decided to solve that case. Sreejith disguised herself as an old man and sat on the old man’s bench. Soon, a man on a cycle came and gave a packet of chocolate to the old man (Sreejith). He saw the real old man who was coming towards him. At once, Sreejith hid in a bush nearby. Inspector Velayudham caught the real old man and  locked him in the Police station.  The 5D gathered in Jessy’s garage. They opened the chocolate pack and found a chit of a list of grocery items. With the help of Jessy’s magic pen, they found a clue and handed over the chit to Inspector Velayudham. He warned them to stay away from the case. Sreejith disguised himself as a wax statue to get all the information.  On Tuesday, they heard the news of Inspector Velaudham who arrested the three robbers and had the diamond necklace. Soon, they came to know that that necklace was not the real one. So they went to the old man’s bench and watched the old man who was busy in drawing something. After he left the place, the 5D saw his drawn words “Waxworks.”   At Waxworks, they found the necklace on the princess statue and removed it carefully. They went straight to the senior policeman and told him the whole story. They handed over the necklace to him. They were appreciated for their courage and dedication.   


The little girl raises some questions to know about the world. She wants to know the reason for the colour of the sky (blue), the shape of the earth(round) , the softness of silk, the warmth of the fire, the flow of the river, the blow of the wind, the shining of the sun, the pouring of the rain. She raised all these questions due to her curiosity. 


The words that sound alike and have different meaning are called Homophones.

Example: two (number)                               – to (reason)                           – too (very)

Here, the two (number) girls went to (reason) the mountains and they felt too (very) cold.


An adverb describes a verb and tells how, when, where and how often the action occurs.



Once, a clever brown sparrow lived in a forest. she had three eggs in her nest.  All the animals greeted her as ’Madam’ with respect but, Gullu, the young elephant and a crocodile never did so. Both disturbed her a lot to do her regular work. ‘Madam’ Sparrow made a plan. She tied both of them with a strong creeper (as a rope) as one end with Gullu, the elephant and the other end with the crocodile. She did this without knowing each other. The elephant and the crocodile pulled each other at the same time. Both were exhausted after trying to pull the whole day. Both requested the sparrow to untie them and wouldn’t disturb in her way. When the sparrow untied them, Gullu ran into the forest and the crocodile dived into the river. At the end, the eggs hatched and Madam Sparrow lived happily with her three little babies

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TERM-3 UNIT-2 : We are One

 Prose :“The Cracked coffee cup”, children learn to focus on treating all the people equally. Poem : “ The dreamer”, children have the dream of an unified world. Supplementary Reading“The new start”, children learn about the reflection of a boy, Tenzin when he was forced to move to a new country. By doing these exercises,  they learn to use homophones (to – too – two) and adverb.


Kani was a school going girl. Her pet dog was Teddy. He took his pillow as a sign of welcoming the person. Teddy wagged his tail when he saw the known person without showing any differences among them. When he saw kani’s parents at the gate, he took his pillow and wagged his tail until they petted him. At 9AM,  on a Saturday morning, Teddy saw Selvi, the house helper and did the same. Kani saw Selvi drinking coffee in an old, cracked cup after finishing all the house cleaning work. At 12 PM, Teddy ran towards the door on seeing Muthu, the garbage collector and wagged his tail until Muthu petted him. But Kani’s mother gave Muthu the left over food. Kani’s mom took out the new dinner set to serve the food to Rani aunty and his son. When Kani took out Teddy for a walk, he ran towards Amar, the provision shop owner and wagged his tail until they petted him. When Teddy started playing with a street dog, Kani remembered the people who throw stones at the dog and petted the street dog. Teddy again ran towards the differently abled person who sold candles and do the same. Then Kani reached home and welcomed the guests. She and her family had spent a great time with Rani aunty and her son. While sleeping, Kani saw the flashes of the broken coffee cup, left over food, the street dog which disturbed her and woke up. After a while, she saw the flashes of Teddy playing with all the persons in the same way. That brought tears in her eyes. She decided to treat everyone equally. She hugged Teddy and kissed him. She told the entire story to her parents. When she saw a new coffee cup on the kitchen counter, she went back with a renewed hope.   


The poet asks the reader to imagine the world as there is no diversity which is not hard to do. There is no need to kill or die for anything or any body. He asks us to join with him to make the world as one. He asks us to imagine that all our belongings are shared. If we can do so,  there will be no greed or hunger in this world. He asks us to dream like making the world as one.


Clipped words are a short form of a word, which makes them easier to spell and write.

Example : Zoological park – Zoo


Pronouns are the words which are used instead of a noun.  

Example: I saw a dog. It has a long tail. (here it is used instead of  a dog)


Tenzin, a refugee boy from Tibet wrote his experience in India in his journal. He and his family first migrated to Himachal Pradesh. Then, they moved to Mysore, Gurupura and then to Kollegal in Karnataka. Finally, they settled in Gurupura. The Refugee Relief Group arranged  a house for them to stay and showed them the places where to buy what they needed. He started going to school. Julie, the art and craft teacher taught him few English words. Malliga teacher taught him computers. He had friends - Binsa from Nepal, Nimmi and Charles. Eventhough he missed his home town, he was grateful to India, its people and the Government. His history teacher told them that people made the boundaries of the countries. He thought that humans had to live, share and grow with each other. If there was no boundary line, people would not need any weapon to protect from other people. Then only, people could fight together against the real evil of greed and injustice in the world. He was happy in India.  When he grew up, he wanted to visit Tibet and tell its people that the world could be united only by its people. He invited all to make this world better as a safer place, a happier place, and a place with no boundaries

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TERM-3 UNIT-3 : My duties

Prose: The monster tree”, Children learn about how people affect the environment they live in. Poem :Social responsibility”, Children come to know some simple activities to take care for public places. Supplementary Reading : The case of missing water”, Children learn about the search for water in Divya’s village by following her. By doing these exercises, they can understand well about the animals and their young ones. They also know about how to use past perfect tense and future perfect tense.


Jana’s family had come to a village one month ago. Jana’s friend told her the story of a monster peepal tree near the entrance of the village. It was a good tree. All children used to play under it and many birds made nests on it. One day two men were running and shouting about the monster tree. But children ignored them. They went to play near the tree. When the tree became a monster, they got scared and ran away. They told the elders what happened. They decided to cut the tree. But the village head advised them to make a fence around the tree. Then the tree was called the monster and desolated. Jana was playing with her friends. Suddenly, a squirrel took her earring and ran away. When she chased it, she found the monster tree. That night, Jana had a nightmare. The next day, she decided to overcome her fear. One day, she decided to go near the tree. When she touched the tree, it grumbled and then requested her to go away. When she refused to do so, the tree explained her why it became a monster. One day, a pregnant squirrel requested the tree to save her as the hunters were trying to kill her as she was the last of her kind in the village. To protect the squirrel, the tree became a monster. When Jana explained it to the village head, the villagers understood their mistake and took an oath not to do any harm the nature. Then, the tree was called’ “the mother tree.”    


When we keep our surroundings clean, our world becomes green. It is our duty to take care of our society. We should be proud to be an Indian, when we put the litter in a trash can and willingly reduce the use of electricity. By doing so, the Earth will grow without any disease. Every one of us should vow to do social welfare. The poet will start with nature’s care.




Divya’s village tank was almost dry. Divya examined the tank bed and wondered at its dryness. She asked the fisherman if he knew where the water had gone. He answered that the water might have gone downstream. But Divya found no water at the bottom of the tank. Then, she asked the goatherd whether he knew where the water might be. He replied that it might be upstream. Divya climbed up to the tank and then she found no water there. The next day, she went to the school.  As more families left the village, the class was half empty. Divya and her friend Rani became Sanitary Engineers. Both dicided to draw a map of their village showing all the places like tanks and streams where the water might have flowed. They pointed out one of the tanks and reached it.   

There, they found a man who was collecting water in a tanker lorry. Both ran up to hug the pump. Suddenly, the clouds broke and rain poured. The rain water overflowed the stream. Both shouted with joy.   

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