Comprehension Exercises | The Bird’s Eye | Class 5 | Textual Question and Answer | Grammar | প্রশ্ন ও উত্তর

 The Bird’s Eye | Textual Question and Answer | Grammar | প্রশ্ন ও উত্তর

Comprehension Exercises | The Bird’s Eye | Class 5 | Textual Question and Answer | Grammar |  প্রশ্ন ও উত্তর

The Bird’s Eye

Textual Exercise

Activity 1

Let’s tick (√) the correct answer: 

1. Dronacharya arranged a test to

(a) decide the best archer among all (√)

(b) decide who is the most intelligent boy amongst all

(c) decide the most disobedient boy amongst all


2. The Kauravas were

(a) five brothers

(b) fifty-one brothers 

(c) a hundred brothers (√)


3. Nakul and Sahadeva were most comfortable with

(a) bows and arrows 

(b) swords (√)

(c) spears


4. “I can see only the eye of the bird,” said --

(a) Donachariya

(b) Dushasana

(c) Arjuna (√)


5. All the children gathered in the woodland near

(a) a small hut where Guru Dronacharya lived (√)

(b) a pond where a crane lived

(c) a place where their parents lived

5. Duryodhana was

(a) the eldest brother of the Pandavas 

(b) the eldest brother of the Kauravas (√)

(c) the youngest brother of the Kauravas 


7. Ultimately the test revealed that

(a) Arjuna was the best archer (√)

(b) Arjuna was the most clever student

(c) Arjuna was not at all a good archer


Activity 2

Write ‘T’ for true and ‘F’ for false statements in the given boxes: 

(a) Dronacharya was one of the greatest poets of his time. [F] 

(b) The bird was made of paper. [F] 

(c) Dronacharya was a disciple of Parasurama. [T] 

(d) Dronacharya was not pleased with Arjuna’s concentration. [F] 

(e) Yudhisthira was very obedient to his Guru. [T] 

(f) All the children were learning various skills happily. [T]


Activity 3

Fill in the chart with information from the text. One is done for you: 

Name of the Prince

His favourite weapon



1. Bhima

2. Duryodhana



1. Nakula

2. Sahadeva




Bow and arrow

 Activity 4

Let’s answer the following questions: 

(1) Who was the Guru of Dronacharya?

Ans.> The great, Parasurama was the Guru of Dronacharya.


(2) Where was the bird placed?

Ans.> The bird was placed on one of the trees in the woodland with a prominently painted eye.


(3) What did Yudhisthira see?

Ans.> Yudhisthira saw his Gurudev, the tree, the people around him, and the bird.


(4) Why did Dronacharya like Arjuna the most?

Ans.> Dronacharya liked Arjuna the most because it was Arjuna who practised archery with great concentration.


(5) What is most important in hitting a target?

Ans.> The most important thing, in hitting a target, is intense concentration.


Activity 5

Write the opposite of the following words. You will find the words in the words in the above story. The first letter of each word is given in the box: 

(1)    Dark: bright 

(2)    Sad: glad 

(3)    Never: always 

(4)    Worst: best 

(5)    Everything: nothing 

(6)    Invisible: visible


Activity 6

Match the words in Column A with their meanings in Column B:










kept quiet








Activity 7

Let’s fill in the gaps with words given in the box: 

(1)    We were surprised to hear the sad news. 

(2)    The players are ready for the game. 

(3)    Always try to keep yourself away from fierce animals.

(4)    Please give me a glass of water. 

(5)    Renuka invited all her friends on her 10th birthday. 

Ready, surprised, fierce, invited, pleas


 Activity 8

Let’s write ‘a’ or ‘an’ or ‘the’ in the boxes below: 

(1)    He always speaks the truth. 

(2)    Nila has seen the Tajmahal. 

(3)    Mr. Sen is an honest man. 

(4)    Amal is drawing the map of India. 

(5)    The Ganga is a holy river. 

(6)    Have you seen an owl? 

(7)    Grandfather gave me a doll.


Activity 9

Let’s fill in the blanks with words from the box and describe the room: 

(1)    There is a table at the centre of the room. 

(2)    There is a vase on the table. 

(3)    Some flowers are in the vase. 

(4)    A dog is lying under the table. 

(5)    A fan is hanging from the ceiling. 

(6)    A bookshelf is beside the door. 

(6)    A cat is walking into the room. 

from, in, under, into, beside, on, at


 Activity 10

Some words are given below. Let’s put a trick (√) beside those words which are adverbs: 

(1)    Silently (√)

(2)    Now (√) 

(3)    Remember 

(4)    Soon (√) 

(5)    Aim 

(6)    Only (√) 

(7)    Loud 

(8)    Near (√) 

(9)    Try 

(10) Exactly (√)


 Activity 11

Let’s fill in the blanks with the adverbs given below: 

(1)    We opened the lid of the box carefully. 

(2)    The man was very poor. But he lived honestly. 

(3)    We should always try to help others. 

(4)    Yesterday there was an accident near Renu’s house. 

(5)    Soldiers fought bravely for their country. 

(7)    I never went to a zoo. 

Very, never, always, carefully, bravely, honestly, near

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