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Model Activity Task 2021 Compilation(Final) Class 7| English| Part- 8 মডেল অ্যাক্টিভিটি টাস্ক কম্পিলেশন ২০২১ সপ্তম শ্রেণী | ইংরাজী | পার্ট – ৮|


Model Activity Task 2021 Compilation(Final)

Class 7| English| Part- 8

মডেল অ্যাক্টিভিটি টাস্ক কম্পিলেশন ২০২১

সপ্তম শ্রেণী | ইংরাজী | পার্ট|

৫০ Marks

SECTION A: READING COMPREHENSION

  1. Read the following passage and answer the questions given below: 

We would find a hammer for him, and then he would have lost sight of the mark he had made on the wall, where the nail was to go in. Each of us had to get up on the chair beside him, and see if we could find it. We would each discover it in a new place, and he would call us all fools. 

Trying to reach a point three inches beyond what was possible for him to reach, the string would slip, and down he would slide on to the piano. 

Rearrange the following sentences


i.Each of us would discover a new place. 

Ans: 4

ii.The hammer was found. 

Ans: 1

iii. He fell on to the piano. 

Ans: 5

iv.Everyone has to get up on the chair beside him. 

Ans: 3

v.Uncle Podger would lose sight of the mark. 

Ans: 2

  1. Answer the following questions:

(a) Why was it necessary for each of them to get up on the chair beside him? 

Ans: It was necessary for each of them to get up on the chair beside him to find the mark that uncle podger had made on the wall

(b) Why did Uncle consider each of them to be fools? 

Ans: Uncle considered each of them to be fools because they would discover the mark in different places.

(c) How did Uncle Podger fall on the piano? 

Ans: Traying to reach a point three inches beyond what was possible for him to reach, the string slipped and uncle podger fell on the piano.

  1. Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow: 

You know of course that our earth is very, very old millions and millions of years old. And for a long long time there were no men or women living in it, before the men came there were only animals, and before the animals there was a time when no kind of life existed on the earth. It is difficult to imagine this world of ours which is so full today of all kinds of animals and men, to be without them. But scientists and those who have studied and thought a great a deal about these matters tell us that there was a time when the earth was too hot for any living being to live on it. 

Answer the following questions in complete sentences: 

(i) How old is the earth? 

Ans: The Earth millions and millions of years old.

(ii) Describe the earth before man existed. 

Ans: Before the men came there were only animals, and before the animals there was a time when no kind of life existed on the earth.

(iii) Why was there no life on earth? 

Ans: there was a time when the earth was too hot for any living being to live on it.

SECTION B: GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY

  1. Underline the nominal compounds in the following sentences: 

(a) Since it is raining, you should wear the raincoat. 

(b) Do you know how to use the washing machine

(c) Never waste drinking water. 

(d) There is not a single oil pump in our area. 

  1. Select the correct homophone from the brackets and fill in the blanks:

 (a) Akbar, the great Mughal emperor, reigned for forty-nine years. (reined/reigned) 

 (b) Anamika loves to have curd (curd/card) 

(c) Sania is too weak to move out of doors. (week/weak) 

(d) Do you like to watch the TV serials (cereals/serials) 

  1. Do as directed:

(i) The cheetah is the fastest animal. (Use Positive degree of the adjective) 

Ans: No other animal is as fast as the cheetah.

(ii) Very few queens were as powerful as Elizabeth I. (Use Superlative degree) 

Ans: Elizabeth was one of the most powerful queens.

(iii) No other girl of our school is so pretty as Tania. (Use Comparative degree) 

Ans: Tania is prettier than any other girl of our school.

(iv) His application was rejected. (Replace the underlined word with its antonym) 

Ans: His application was accepted.

(v) Don’t eat the rotten apples. (Identify the participial adjective) 

Ans: Don’t eat the rotten apples.

  1. Match column A with column B:
A B
(i) Philatelist One who collects stamps
(ii) Atheist One who does not believe in the existence of God
(iii) Sculptor An artist who makes sculptors
(iv) Apiary A place where bees are kept
(v) Pessimist  One who has the negative outlook in life
(vi) Inevitable Certain to happen

 

C: WRITING

  1. Suppose your cousin has never been to your village. Write a letter (in about 70 words) to him/her describing your village and inviting him/her to visit your village. 

 

Ajaypally

Durgapur

Pincode: 732101

My dear brother,

I am very happy that I got your letter yesterday, I am going to write something about our village to lure you to come visit here. I am sure you will enjoy very much if you come. Our village is small but very charming. Our village is not as crowded town in which you live. You will have here fresh vegetables and pure milk in enough quantity. But the thing you will enjoy most in our village is beautiful natural scenery. There is a small river close to our village. The river flows with its own sweet will. It adds to the beauty of our village. I am sure you will be charmed with the calm and quiet atmosphere here.

 I once again ask you to come. Do please come and stay with us for a few days and enjoy. No more today.

With much love,

 Affectionately yours,

Barsha

To,

Rabin Das

C/O Prabin Das

1 No B.B Road Kolkata

  1. Write the summary of the given passage:

Ans:The constable pushed the passenger out with his luggage. He refused to change the compartment and sat in the waiting room only with his handbag. The railway authorities had taken the charge of his luggage.

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