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Std IV

Eng Gen Assign

FA2 Testns

Ch- 1. Collective Nouns

2. Nouns : Number
3. Nouns: Gender
Q.1. Fill in the blanks with suitable Collective Nouns from brackets given.
[ cluster, pride, crew, army, family, team, committee, crowd, gang, flock, swarm,
colony, pack, list, school, brood, clump, pile, litter, troop]
1. The young shepherd went to the fields with his _______ of sheep.
2. I saw a _______ of lions in the sanctuary.
3. The children stepped on a ____ of ants in the garden.
4. The soccer _____ will leave for the World Cup tomorrow
5. Our ______ will stay back for the celebrations.
6. The ______ was disturbing the peace and quiet.
7. I distribuuted the _____ of cards among the players.
8. The teacher read through the ____ of names.
9. A ____ of bees is headed thhis way.
10.The _____ voted in the favor of the candidate
11.The polic caught the ______ thieves last night.
12.The ______ of stars was hidden by the clouds.
13.The ______ on our flight was very happy.
14.The teacher carried the _____ of books to the staffroom.
15.From the ship, we could see a ____ of whales going in one direction.

16.There was a _____ of chicks at the farm.

17.A _____ of fir trees can be seen from our window in Ranikhet.
18.There was a _____ of mosquitoes near the dirty pond.
19.The ____ of soldiers look smart in their uniforms.
20.Misty had a ____ of five puppies last night.
Q.2. Classify the following into Countable Nouns and Uncountable Nouns.
toothpaste basketcoffee
snow table sugar windows
water sharperner washing powder
eggs pencil sand arrow bird jam pupil
metal rod sofa dust gold wall

hill music oil

petrol eraser
wool wood
iron donkey
fence tea

Q.3. Rewrite the following sentences changing the nouns from Singular to Plural
with other necessary changes.
1. The man is sitting on the bench.
A. The men are sitting on the benches.
2. The ox pulled the cart.
3. The child is playing with a ball.
4. There is a mouse in the house.
5. The goose is swimming in the pond.
6. The wolf attacked the sheep.
7. Put the book on the shelf.
8. The policcecman ran after the thief.
9. The fairy played the piano.
10.The washerman and the washerwoman washed the clothes.
11.The chief of the army got ready for a war.

12.The mother-in-law gave a saree to her daughter-in-law.

13.We cut a fruit with the knife.
14.There was a scarf and a belt in the shop.
15.The lady took out the key from the purse and opened the lock.
16.The guard blows his whistle.
17.We found the photo.
18.The headmaster punished a boy.
19.The news reached us on time.
20.The cat ran after the mouse.
Q.4. Rewrite the following sentences changing the nouns from Plural to Singular
with other necessary changes.
1. The geese made a lot of noise.
A. The goose made a lot of noise.
2. The denstists pulled out the aching teeth.
3. The trees shed even the last leaves.
4. The servants swept the chimneys.
5. Cars needed batteries.
6. The mice made holes in the box.
7. The men used axes to cut off the trees.
8. There were wolves, deer and leopards in the zoo.
9. Mothers use knives to cut apples.
10.Children love to have dogs as pets.
11.Fathers-in-law, sons and sons-in-law play golf in the club.

12.The soldiers fought with the enemies.

13.The flies bothered me when I was eating a sandwich.
14.The monkeys arre swinging on the branches of the tree.
15.Cut the lemons into two halves.
16.Many lives were lost in the fire accident.
17.The furniture in the shop are elegant.
18.We are the students of Class IV.
19.The babies are crawling.
20.He is selling watches.
Q.5. Classify the following Nouns into Gender.[Masculine/ Feminine/ Common/

thief policewoman
salesman cousin
uncle wife boy
house empress
bride guests
baby madam
book uncle
neighbour house
bird queen chair dog servant
lamp player
cow she-goat

Q.6.Rewrite the following sentences changing the nouns from Feminine to

Masculine with other necessary changes.
1. The princess had a mare.
A. The prince had a horse.
2. The girl is watching for her mother.
3. The queen loved the peahen.
4. The milkmaid gave milk to a lady.
5. The washer women washed clothes.
6. The doe was hurt.

7. The young princess decided to remain a spinster.

8. The bride was dressed for her marriage.
9. The tigress licked her cubs.
10.The witch flew away on a broomstick.
11.The farmer has an eve and a goose on the faarm.
12.The mistress rewarded the maid servant.
13.The duck is swimming in the pond.
14.The hen-sparrow was building its nest.
15.A sow and even are in the field.
16.The bees collect the honey.
17.Two ladies were playing with their baby-girl.
18.The priestess preached the nun.
19.My aunt came to our house with her bitch.
20.Mrs. Patel is our head mistress.

Q.7 Rewrite the following sentences changing the nouns from Masculine to
Feminine with other necessary changes.
1. The bridegroom was congratulated by his friends.
A. The bride was congratulated by her friends.
2. The boys are staying here with their uncles.
3. A peacock sat on the back of a horse.
4. My brother-in-law is a great poet.
5. The host welcomed my grandfather warmly.

6. A gentleman and his man-servant are waiting at the door.

7. Our landlord went to the city along with his nephew.
8. Thes sales woman was very polite. She showed my father a variety of
dresses for my brother.
9. Our nephew went to Delhi.
10.The waiter was very co-operative.
11.The king is riding a horse while the prince is playing alone.
12.Tell your husband to see the gentleman.
13.The landlady wanted more money from him as rent.
14.The boy saw a lion and tiger at the zoo.
15.The shepherd played the part of the hero.
16.The king asked his servant to change his dress.
17.The widower was alone at his home.
18.The bull-elephant was angry on the emperor.
19.The dog barked at the old man.
20. My

sir is a bachelor.