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সপ্তম শ্রেণি : নমুনা প্রশ্ন ইংরেজি

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সপ্তম শ্রেণি : নমুনা প্রশ্ন ইংরেজি

অঙ্কন : মাসুম

[পূর্ব প্রকাশের পর]

3.         Read the text and answer the following question.

            Jashimuddin was a famous Bengali poet. He is known as Pollikobi because through his poems he depicted the Bengali rural life. He was born in the village of Tambulkhana in Faridpur district on 1 January, 1903. He received his early education at Faridpur Welfare School. He obtained BA degree in Bengali from the University of Kolkata in 1929 and M A in 1931. Jashimuddin collected more than 10,000 folk songs. He wrote many poems, dramas, novels, memoirs, musics etc. His major works are Rakhali, Nakshi Kanthar Maath, Sojan Badiyar Ghat, Bedder Meye, Madhubala.

            The major honours and awards he received are President Award for Pride performance, Pakistan (1958), D. Litt by Rabindra Bharati University,  India (1969), Ekushey Padak (1976), Independence Day award (1978). He died on 13 March, 1976 in Dhaka and buried near his ancestral home at Gobindapur.

            Complete the grid below with appropriate information.      1×5=5

4.         Answer the following questions into a continuous paragraph on ‘A Village Doctor’

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a)         Who is a village doctor?

b)         What is his qualification?

c)         How does he serve the people?

d)         What type of things are found in his dispensary?

e)         What is his importance in the society?

 

5.         Fill in the gapes with a, an or the and put a cross (×) where no article is needed.

1×5= 5

 

            Every woman is (a) __ potential mother. ( b) __ future of a child depends on how it is brought up. In this case (c) __ educated mother plays an important role. She can bring a child up better than (d) __ illiterate mother. So (e) __ difference between the educated and the uneducated can never be denied.

 

6.         Match the part of sentences from column A and B to make 5 complete sentences.

1×5=5

7.         Read the following text and change the sentences as directed.

1×5= 5

 

a)         Dhaka is an old city. (negative)

b)         It is the capital of the country. (interrogative)

c)         Last winter, I visited Dhaka. (passive)

d)         Life in Dhaka is expensive. (negative)

e)         It is a very beautiful city. (exclamatory)

8.         Put the punctuation mark and capital letter of the following passage.             1×5=5

            Have you finished reading the book said rupa yes said rocky the book is very interesting

 

Answer

 

4.        

            A Village Doctor

 

            The man who gives medical treatment to the village people is known as a village doctor. He is a popular figure in the village. He is not a qualified doctor. He is a quack. He gathers experience by working under a qualified doctor or in a medicine shop. So he has a lot of practical experiences. He can deal well with the common diseases. He sits in the dispensary, examines the patience and gives medicines. His dispensary offers a poor show with one or two worn out almirahs and old wooden chair, a broken table and one or two benches. The village doctor leads a very hard and busy life. He gets up early in the morning. He begins to attend the patients at his dispensary early in the morning and finishes at late hours of night. Though he sometimes worsens the disease of a patient, he is the most trusted person to the villagers.

            In the absence of any qualified doctor, a village doctor renders useful services to the villagers. He is the best friend to the villagers because they find him whenever they call him. He shares his well and woe. He consoles them and tells them words of hope. He treats his patients with sympathy. That is why, he is an important person to the villagers.

 

5.         a) a      b) The

            c) an    d) an

            e) the

 

6.         (a+iii) Bidyasagar had to take pains to acquire learnings.

            (b+iv) He respected his parents very much.

            (c+i) He would never violate the orders of his mother.

            (d+v) He always help the poor.

            (e+ii) This is why everybody remember him.

 

7.

a)         Dhaka is not a new city.

b)         Isn’t it the capital of the country?

c)         Dhaka was visited last Winter by me.

d)         Life in Dhaka is not cheap.

e)         What a beautiful city Dhaka is!

 

8.         “Have you finished reading the book?” said Rupa. “Yes”, said Rocky. “The book is very interesting.”



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