NCERT Solutions for Class 1 English Marigold Chapter 4

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NCERT Solutions for Class 1 English Marigold Chapter 4 - Mittu and the Yellow Mango
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Marigold Class 1 English Chapter 4 has explained a small poem along with a short story to the grade one students. Even though the poem and the story are different; titles are seen to be relative to each other. The poem is about a cloud and the story is about a rainbow. The NCERT Solutions of Chapter 4 Class 1 English Marigold of the official website narrates the story in simple words which helps to inject the content easily into the minds of young children. A team of expert teachers prepares the material after thorough verification.

Class 1 English Chapter 4 Marigold is available in PDF format for free download on the official website of Vedantu. These solutions are well-prepared by qualified teachers in a simplified language based on the class level. It gives all the updated versions and revised books with previous years' question papers.


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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What is a CVC word? Explain with examples

CVC word is a three-letter word available in English grammar. It is the short form of the consonant-oval-consonant word. It means forming a word using two consonants in between any of the five vowels. The concept will get clear with the consideration of a few examples.

s__t      p__g.     b__g    d__t     s__n

f__n.     l__g       s__t.     l__t     b__n

These blanks can be filled by any of the ovals-, a,e, i, o,u.

Then we get,

Sit.         Fun

Pig.        Leg

Bug.       Sat

Dot.       Lot

Son.       Bun.

2. What is the difference between a synonym and an antonym?

If a word is said to be synonymous with the other word, then both words have the same kind of meanings. We can use any of the words based on the context. In simple words, a word which is having the same meaning as the other word then those words are said to be synonyms to each other.

 An antonym is a word that gives the exact opposite to the other word. If two words are said to be antonyms, then both of them are opposite in the meaning and contrast to each other. The word antonym itself is an antonym to the word synonym.