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A Nickels Worth of fun Class 6 English Lesson 15

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A Nickels Worth of fun Class 6 English Lesson 15

“I found a nickel!”, Jerry cried.
“ So what ?” his friend Bruce asked.
“Now I can buy a birthday present for my little sister, Sally,” Jerry replied.
“A nickel isn’t worth much.You can’t buy anything for a nickel,” Bruce said.
“Yes, I can ,” Jerry answered.
“What ?”, Bruce asked.
Jerry drew a deep breath. Finally he said,“I am going shopping with Sally and my mother this afternoon. I’msure we will find a really special gift.” Bruce just laughed.

“मैं एक निकल पाया!”, जेरी रोया।
” तो क्या ?” उसके दोस्त ब्रूस ने पूछा।
“अब मैं अपनी छोटी बहन, सैली के लिए एक जन्मदिन का उपहार खरीद सकता हूं,” जैरी ने उत्तर दिया।
“ब्रूस ने कहा,” एक निकल बहुत ज्यादा नहीं है। आप एक निकल के लिए कुछ भी नहीं खरीद सकते हैं। “
“हाँ, मैं कर सकता हूँ,” जेरी ने उत्तर दिया।
“क्या?”, ब्रूस ने पूछा।
जेरी ने गहरी सांस ली। अंत में उन्होंने कहा, “मैं आज दोपहर को सैली और अपनी मां के साथ खरीदारी करने जा रहा हूं। मुझे विश्वास है कि हम एक विशेष उपहार खरीदेंगे।” ब्रूस बस हँसा।


After lunch, Jerry, Sally, and their mother went shopping. They visited a toy store and a dime store.Jerry searched in each store. He couldn’t buy anything for Sally because everything cost more than a nickel.
“What can I buy for a nickel?”, Jerry finally asked his mother.
“A few pieces of gum,” Mother replied.
“But I don’t think that would be good for
Sally. Why not give her a picture that you drew
instead?”
“I will do that too. Istill want to get a gift Sally will always remember,” Jerry decided.
“So I’ll keep searching.”


दोपहर के भोजन के बाद, जेरी, सैली, और उनकी माँ खरीदारी करने गए। उन्होंने एक खिलौने की दुकान और एक डाइम स्टोर का दौरा किया। प्रत्येक स्टोर में जेरी ने खोज की। वह सैली के लिए कुछ भी नहीं खरीद सकता था क्योंकि हर चीज की कीमत एक निकल से ज्यादा थी।
“मैं एक निकल के लिए क्या खरीद सकता हूं?”, जेरी ने आखिरकार अपनी मां से पूछा।
“गम के कुछ टुकड़े,” माँ ने उत्तर दिया।
“लेकिन मुझे नहीं लगता कि यह अच्छा होगा
सैली। उसे एक तस्वीर क्यों नहीं दी जो आपने आकर्षित की
बजाय?”
“मैं ऐसा करूंगा। जेरी को एक उपहार मिलना चाहते हैं सैली हमेशा याद रखेगी, ”जेरी ने फैसला किया।
“इसलिए मैं खोज करता रहूंगा।”


Then, the three of them went shopping at a food store. Jerry searched for a present, then he stopped in front of a sign. Jerry looked at thewhite,wheat and honey bread. “Even marked down, they cost too much”, he decided.
Then Jerry saw a crushed loaf. “I can buy that !” he decided.
“But what will Sally do with it?” Mother asked.
“If we can stop at the lake on the way home , I’ll show you,” Jerry replied.


फिर, वे तीनों एक खाने की दुकान पर खरीदारी करने गए। जेरी ने एक वर्तमान की खोज की, फिर वह एक संकेत के सामने रुक गया। जेरी ने सफेद, गेहूं और शहद की रोटी देखी। “यहां तक ​​कि नीचे चिह्नित, वे बहुत अधिक लागत,” उन्होंने फैसला किया।
तब जेरी ने कुचले हुए पाव को देखा। “मैं खरीद सकता हूँ!” उसने निश्चय किया।
“लेकिन सैली इसके साथ क्या करेगी?” माँ ने पूछा।
“अगर हम घर के रास्ते में झील पर रुक सकते हैं, तो मैं आपको दिखाऊंगा,” जैरी ने उत्तर दिया।

Soon Jerry, Sally, and mother were standing by the lake.Afew ducks came swimming by. Jerry gave his little sister the loaf of crushed bread.
“For me?”, Sally asked. She could not remember ever before having so
much bread to feed the ducks.
“All for you,” Jerry said, “Happy birthday.”

जल्द ही जैरी, सैली और माँ झील के किनारे खड़े थे। कुछ बत्तखें तैर कर आईं। जेरी ने अपनी छोटी बहन को कुचली हुई रोटी दी।
“मेरे लिए?”, सैली ने पूछा। बत्तखों को खिलाने के लिए इतनी रोटी होने से पहले वह कभी याद नहीं कर सकती थीं।
“आप सभी के लिए,” जेरी ने कहा, “जन्मदिन मुबारक हो।”


Sally took some bread and broke it into little bits. She began to throw them into the water. This soon drew a crowd of ducks around them.
“ You don’t have to crowd,” Sally said smiling, “because this time I
have enough for everybody.”


सैली ने कुछ ब्रेड लिए और उसे थोड़े से टुकड़ों में तोड़ दिया। वह उन्हें पानी में फेंकने लगी। इससे जल्द ही उनके आसपास बत्तखों की भीड़ जमा हो गई।
सैली ने मुस्कुराते हुए कहा, “आपको भीड़ में नहीं जाना है,” क्योंकि इस बार मैंने
हर किसी के लिए पर्याप्त है। ”


A few birds came flying by. Sally began to throw some bread on the grass for them.Then she watched as they landed and ate. “This is my best present ever”, she said. “Will you buy me a loaf of bread again , Jerry?”


कुछ पक्षी उड़कर आए। सैली ने उनके लिए घास पर कुछ ब्रेड फेंकना शुरू कर दिया। जब वह उतरा और खाया तो उसने देखा। “यह मेरा अब तक का सर्वश्रेष्ठ अवसर है”, उसने कहा। “क्या तुम मुझे फिर से रोटी की एक रोटी खरीदोगे, जेरी?”


“The next time if I find a nickel,” Jerry promised. When Jerry saw Bruce again, the first thing his friend asked was, “Well, were you able to find anything that cost a nickel? “Yes ,” Jerry replied.


“अगली बार अगर मुझे एक निकल मिल जाए,” जैरी ने वादा किया। जब जैरी ने ब्रूस को फिर से देखा, तो सबसे पहले उसके दोस्त ने पूछा, “ठीक है, क्या आप कुछ भी ढूंढने में सक्षम थे जो एक निकेल की कीमत थी? “हाँ,” जैरी ने उत्तर दिया।


“What?”, Bruce asked in surprise. “ I found a nickel’s worth of fun” , Jerry said smiling . “That’s the most wonderful birthday present of all.”

“क्या?”, ब्रूस ने आश्चर्य से पूछा। “मुझे मस्ती के लायक निकल गया”, जेरी ने मुस्कुराते हुए कहा। “यह सभी का सबसे शानदार जन्मदिन है।”

Patricia Kite

Reading Comprehension

Answer the following questions:

  1. Who found a nickel?

Answer – Jerry found a nickel.

  1. Who were Jerry and Bruce?

Answer – Jerry and Bruce were friends.

  1. What did Jerry want to do for his little sister?

Answer – Jerry wanted to buy a birthday present for his little sister with the nickel that he found.

  1. Why did his friend laugh at him?

Answer – His friend laughed at him because Jerry said that now he could buy a birthday present for his little sister with the nickel. Bruce told that a nickel was not worth much to buy a present.

  1. Why couldn’t Jerry buy a gift for his sister from the toy store & the dime store?

Answer – Jerry couldn’t buy a gift for sister from the toy store and the dime store because everything cost more than a nickel.

  1. What did he decide to buy for his sister on her birthday?

Answer – He decided to buy a crushed loaf of bread for his sister on her birthday.

  1. Did his sister accept the gift?

Answer – Yes, his sister accepted the gift.

  1. What did Sally do with the gift?

Answer – Sally took some bread and broke it into little bits. She began to throw them into the water to feed the ducks.

  1. Pick out the sentence that shows that Jerry and his sister knew the ducks?

Answer – The sentence that shows that Jerry and his sister knew the ducks is “She could not remember ever before having so much bread to feed the ducks.”

  1. Do you think Jerry was clever enough to buy a loaf as a gift? Why?

Answer – Yes, Jerry was clever enough to buy a loaf as a gift. With just a nickel he bought a special gift for her sister which she liked so much.

Vocabulary

1. Complete the following web with the names of some gifts that one may receive or give on a birthday.

Lesson 15 A Nickels Worth of fun

2. Make a list of the things you want to buy from the shops given in the columns.

Toy shopFruit shopStationery shop
Car – Truck – PlaneMangoBook
Doll – Doll HouseOrangeNotebook
Bat-Ball SetGrapePen-Pencil
Board GamesAppleGeometry Box
Building SetBananaColouring Set

3. Complete the following phrases by choosing suitable words from the box. You can use the words with more phrases than one.

butter, soap, sugar, cloth, paper, water, juice, ink,cake, ice, milk, biscuits , toffees, chalk, chocolate.

A sheet of paper.

A piece of paper, chalk, cloth, cake.

A drop of water, milk, juice.

A bar of soap, chocolate.

A tin of milk.

A cake of soap, cake.

A slice of bread, cake, butter.

A cube of sugar, ice.

A packet of biscuits, toffees, chocolates.

A lump of sugar, toffees.

A bottle of ink, water, milk, juice.


Grammar

Separate the words given in the box in the previous exercise into the following columns.

Things we can countThings we can’t count
soap
cloth
paper
cake
biscuits
toffees
chalk
chocolate
butter
sugar
water
juice
ink
ice
milk

Note: The things which we can count are called countable nouns. The things which we cannot count are called uncountable nouns.

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