Year 4 Comprehension 19.5.20

Hello Year 4. I would like you all to read the text below and have a go at answer the questions underneath. Thank you.

  1. What swept over the moon?
  2. Find and copy the word in the first sentence that is closest in meaning to covering.
  3. like a cloak, shrouding a face … How do these words create a feeling of danger?
  4. Find and copy the words that show that the man’s daughter was scared.
  5. Which word is closest in meaning to cruel? Pick one. heartless, open, blue, gentle
  6. What do you predict that the person with the cruel eyes is going to do?

36 thoughts on “Year 4 Comprehension 19.5.20

  1. 1) The clouds swept above the moon.
    2) l think shrouding a face is like the meaning of covering.
    3) Be a ware what going to happen feel sad.
    4) Clouds swept over the cold.
    5) Heartless
    6) l think someone will get hurt, when they say “their owners mouth stretched”

  2. 1. The clouds swept above the moon
    2. I think shrounding means covering
    3. The words means that someone is feeling scared .
    4. Then father gently squzzed the girls hand .
    5. I think it is heatfull
    6. I predict he is going to destroy something or hurt someone

  3. 1. The clouds swept over the moon.
    2. Inside, the kindly man softly squeezed his daughter hand to calm her racing pulse.
    3. Those words create the word danger means covering a dead person.
    4. Clouds swept over the moon.
    5. heartless closest to cruel.
    I

  4. The clouds swept over the moon.
    Cloak shurrding over your face.
    Man daughter was scared so he squeeze her heart so rasing.
    It is heartless.
    I predict he going to steal some money and run away with it

  5. 1. The thing that swept over the moon was a cloud.
    2. A word that is closest to the word covering is cloak shrouded.
    3. These words is a feeling of danger because it like covering a dead person.
    4. The mans daughter was scared because the man squeezed the daughter so her heart was raising.
    5. The closest word to cruel would be heartless.
    6. I predict he is going to run and steal something.

  6. 1) Clouds swept over the moon.
    2) Shrouding is the closest word to covering.
    3) “Like a cloak, shrouding a face” this create a feeling of danger because he hides his identity.
    4) The word “racing pulse” shows that the man’s daughter is scared.
    5) “Heartless” is closest meaning to cruel.

  7. 1)The clouds swept over the moon.
    2. The word closest to covering is cloak shrouding.
    3. It feels like danger because it is like a ghost
    4.The man’s daughter was scared because it said that the man squeezed his daughters hand.
    5.Gentle is the word nearest to cruel.
    6.I predict that the person with the cruel eyes is going to run

  8. The clouds swept over the 🌙
    Cloak shrouding a face.
    The dead 💀 person
    Gentleman softly squeezed his daughters hand to calm her raising pulse.
    I think he will do something mean

  9. cloak
    the nearest word to covering
    a word of danger
    the gentlemen softly squeezed his daughters hand to calm her rasing pulse
    blue or heartless
    i think he is going to do something cruel

  10. 1)The clouds swept over the moon.

    2)Swept is the closest word to covering.

    3)This creates a feeling of danger because when it said like a cloak shrouding the face it means the face is hidden and makes that character look mysterious.

    4)The man’s daughter was scared because it said that the man squeezed his daughters hand.

    5)The closest word to cruel is heartless.

    6)I predict that the person with cruel eyes is going to kidnap the man’s daughter.

    • Kidnapping. Wow- that doesn’t sound nice.
      How did you feel when you read this?
      Just check question 2. What word is closest in meaning to covering?

  11. A cloak swept over the moon 🌑
    it is shrouding
    They create a feeling of danger
    The kindly gentleman softly squeezed his daughters hand
    The coolest word is heartless
    I predict he will walk out and chase them

  12. 1. Clouds swept over the moon.
    2. The word closest to covering is cloak shrouding.
    3. These words feel like danger because when they say shrouding face the words scare me.
    4. She would be scared because a stranger and he squeezed her hand.
    5. The word closest to cruel is heartless.
    6. The person with cruel eyes will do something nasty.

  13. 1.A Big large clouds swept over the moon.
    2 . The most closest meaning is over.
    3. I know I it is dangerous because these words mean
    Scared screaming and pain.
    4. I know that she is is heartless.
    5. I think that she will get more terrified.

  14. 1.A cloak swept over the moon.
    2.The word cloak is the nearest word to covering.
    3.These words create a word of danger because the word danger means covering a dead person up.
    4.gentleman softly squeezed his daughter’s hand to calm her racing pulse.
    5.gentle is the word nearest to cruel.
    6.I predict that he is going to steal something

      • cloak
        the nearest word to covering
        a word of danger
        the gentlemen softly squeezed his daughters hand to calm her rasing pulse
        blue or heartless
        i think he is going to do something cruel

    • cloak
      the nearest word to covering
      a word of danger
      the gentlemen softly squeezed his daughters hand to calm her rasing pulse
      blue or heartless
      i think he is going to do something cruel

  15. 1. Clouds swept over the moon.
    2. Shrouding is the closest in meaning to covering.
    3. These words create a feeling of danger because you would be scared and anxious if you saw someone covering their face with a cloak.
    4. The kindly gentleman softly squeezed his daughter’s hand to calm her racing pulse.
    5. Heartless is closest to the meaning of cruel.
    6. I predict that the person with the cruel eyes is going to jump out.

  16. 1.A cloak swept over the moon.
    2.The word cloak is the nearest word to covering.
    3.These words create a word of danger because the word danger means covering a dead person up.
    4.gentleman softly squeezed his daughter’s hand to calm her racing pulse.
    5.gentle is the word nearest to cruel.
    6.I predict that he is going to steal something.

    • Well done for having a go, Elyas! A few points to consider. See if my words help you…
      1) Clouds swept over the cold, watchful moon.
      What swept over the moon?
      2)cloak shrouding a face
      What word means covering?
      3)Not sure it is a dead person but it sound like it is something to be scared of.
      5) If something is cruel is it gentle? Or is there a better word in the list?

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