NCERT Class 5 English Unit 6 Solutions

Write the opposite of the following words using un-, im-, dis-

(i) believe – disbelieve
(ii) shaved – unshaved
(iii) perfect – imperfect
(iv) satisfy – dissatisfy
(v) polite – impolite
(vi) respect – disrespect
(vii) pure – impure
(viii) expected – unexpected
(ix) obedient – disobedient

2. Fill in the blanks by adding un-, im- or dis- to the words given in the box.

(tidy, patient, kind, like, able, appear, possible)

(i) The teacher got upset with Rani because her work was untidy.
(ii) The dog was unable to climb the tree to chase the cat.
(iii) I dislike hot milk, I like it cold.
(iv) It is impossible to cross the road during peak traffic hours.
(v) The magician waved his magic wand and made the rabbit disappear.
(vi) The passengers became impatient when the train was late again.
(vii) It is very unkind to make fun of another person’s weaknesses.

3. Use the joining words given in the box to fill in the blanks.

(if, or, till, where, unless, so, while)

(i) Please wait with me ………………………… the bus arrives.
(ii) Do you like football ………………………….. cricket?
(iii) My father packed my lunch ……………………….. my mother combed my hair.
(iv) We will reach on time ……………………….. we go by the car.
(v) Your speech cannot be heard by the audience …………………………… you use a powerful mike.
(vi) It was a beautiful day ……………………………….. they decided to go for a picnic.
(vii) We went to the zoo ………………………… we saw many animals.

Answers

(i) till; (ii) or; (iii) while; (iv) if; (v) unless; (vi) so; (vii) where

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