Class 7 English Grammar Chapter 19 Vocabulary. Study carefully how verbs are formed from Nouns and Adjectives, and how Nouns are formed form verbs and Adjectives. Vocabulary is helpful in word building and increasing word power. In this chapter, we will learn so many words with Homophones, Homonyms, Synonyms, Antonyms, Diminutives, Proverbs, Sounds of objects, Cries of animals, Words denoting groups, Idiomatic comparisons, etc.
Dive into the enriching world of vocabulary with Chapter 19 of Class 7 English Grammar. This chapter meticulously guides learners through the transformative process of crafting verbs from nouns and adjectives, and reciprocally, how nouns emerge from verbs and adjectives. Emphasizing the importance of vocabulary, it serves as an indispensable tool not only in word construction but also in amplifying one’s lexical prowess.
|Class: 7||English Grammar|
|Books:||Course Book and Revision Notes|
Homophones are words that have the same pronunciation but with a different meaning. Examples are bark of a dag and bark of a true. There could be two or many more words having the same spelling and pronunciation but with different meanings.
|Accede||agree||He did not accede to my request.|
|Exceed||be greater than||The precis should not exceed 60 words.|
|Altar||place of offering||Put your offerings on the altar.|
|Alter||change||I can’t alter my programme.|
|Birth||coming to life||Today is my son’s birth-day.|
|Berth||sleeping place in train||I have booked two berths.|
Synonyms are words that look different in form but are similar in sense or meaning.
|Battle||Three important battles were fought at Panipat.|
|Fight||The Hindus and the Muslims often fight for nothing.|
|War||A third word war will destroy every thing.|
|Famous||India is famous for her fine silk.|
|Notorious||He is a notorious criminal.|
|Notable||Tiwari Academy is a notable website.|
Antonyms are words opposite in meaning.
Certain words or formed from other nouns to express smallness, affection or contempt. Such words are called Diminutives.
Expanding beyond mere definitions, this chapter unfolds a plethora of linguistic treasures, introducing students to Homophones, Homonyms, and the contrasting worlds of Synonyms and Antonyms. It further delves into the charming realm of Diminutives, the wisdom encapsulated in Proverbs, the distinct sounds of objects, cries of animals, and terms denoting groups. Additionally, Idiomatic comparisons make an appearance, further enhancing linguistic comprehension and versatility.
A proverb is a short and wise saying with a deep meaning it is a kind of advice or warning. It. presents a truth or some bits of useful wisdom. It is generally based on common sense or practical experience.
- As the king so are the subject.
- After death the doctor.
- A rolling stone gathers no moss.
- A cry in the wilderness.
- Black takes no other hue.
- Birds of a feather flock together.
- Charity begins at home.
- Diamond cuts diamond.
- Excess of everything is bad.
- An empty vessel makes much noise.
Sound is something that we can hear. Different bodies make different kinds of sounds.
Cries of Creatures
Cry is a loud sound without words that expresses a strong feeling.