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JSC English Model Question 1
Part A : Seen (20 Marks)
Read the text and answer questions 1 and 2.
At the farthest corner of Bangladesh there is a village called Tarapur. In this village, there lives a man named Kartik Pramanik. He is a hair dresser by profession, but a nature lover at heart. His passion is to plant saplings, which grow Into gigantic trees. He started planting trees when he was only 10 years old. He remembers what his father once told him. “My son, you can earn the blessings of God by planting trees. He has never forgotten what his father told him. At present he is 63 years old. He has planted hundreds of trees in his village. Many of the trees are now 35-40 years old.
Once there were hardly any trees in this village Kartik used to go to different houses for his job. At times he would get tired in the scorching sun, but there were no trees under which he could sit and rest for a while. Thinking how people suffer in the heat. Kartik began his tree-planting mission Occasionally Kartik would wake up early in the morning, take one or two labourers with him and set out to plant trees. He would walk long distances to plant trees, carrying with him some dry food and water. He would pay all the expenses from his own pocket. Kartik has planted trees beside the roads in and around the bazar, schools and colleges, open fields and many other places
At times it so happened that Kartik would go to water his plants at 10 or 11 p.m. People asked him. Kartik, are you mad? What are you doing so late at night? Kartik would smile and say, “What to do. sir. I have to work hard the whole day to earn money for my family. I don’t get time during the day. But my trees would die in don’t water them. So, I come late at night to look after them.
Even today this old man continues planting trees as many as he can. A man, who can hardly sign his name is leaving his signature all around in nature.
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1. Choose the best answer from the alternatives :
(a) Kartik was a ___ by profession:
i. tree planter ii. barbar iii. barber iv. barberer
(b) The similar meaning of the phrase ‘set out’ is ___
i. awarded ii. went iii. set trees outside iv. wanted
(c) In the passage ‘water’ is used as a/an ___.
i) noun ii) adjective iii) verb
which option/options is/are correct?
i. A & B ii. B & C iii. A & C iv. C
(d) “I come late at night to look after them,” Here ‘them’ refers to ___.
i. the people of Tarapur ii. the customers iii. the saplings iv. Kartik’s frind
(e) The word ‘passion’ in the passage means ____.
i. obsession ii. outburst iii. apathy iv. hobby
(f) Kartik was a ___ by profession.
i. cultivate ii. tree planter iii. day labourer iv. hair dresser
(g) The word passion means ___.
i. job ii. emotion iii. good feeling iv. bad feeling
2. Give short answers to the following questions :
a) Who is Kartik Poramanik and how old is he now?
b) How do you understand that he is a nature lover?
c) Why did he plant trees?
d) What do you understand by the saying, “A man who can hardly sign his name, is leaving his signature all around in nature?”
3. Read the following text and fill in the gaps with appropriate words to make it a meaningful
Zara lives with her parents in London. They have come to Bangladesh to (a)___ Zara’s aunt and uncle. She is very (b)____ to her cousin Mita. Both the families have visited many (c)___ places together in Bangladesh. It was great (d)___. Then they decided that they would visit some places Bangladesh too. They decided to go to Thailand.
Part B : Unseen (25 Marks)
Read the following text and answer questions 4 and 5.
Albert Einstein, one of the greatest scientists of modern age, was born of Jewish parents in Germany in 1879 AD. At the age of twenty-one, he graduated from the Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich. Two years later, he joined a service in Berne. He obtained his Doctorate in 1905 AD. Four years after his Doctorate, he took the post of Associate Professor at the University of Zurich. He resigned the next year to become a full Professor at a German University. He received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921 When Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in 1933, Einstein was in America as a Visiting Professor For Hitler’s cruelty to the Jews, he did not return to his homeland. Einstein became famous for his Theory of Relativity. At the request of a group of scientists, he wrote to the American President Roosevelt to use atomic energy in bombs.
4. Complete the grid below with appropriate information.
|Albert Einstein was born||(i)______||in 1879|
|Graduation||Federal Institute of Technology||(ii)_____|
|Awarded novel prize||(v)_____|
5. Read the passage again and write, whether the statements are true or false. Give correct answer:if the statement is false.
(a) Einstein is greater than any other scientist of modern age.
(b) Einstein was a Christian
(c) He received his bachelor degree from the University of Zurich.
(d) He got a job in Berne in 1902.
(e) He became an Associate Professor at the University of Zurich in 1910.
6. Read the text below and fan in the gaps using the clues given in the box. There are more words than necessary. One word can be used once only.
Road accidents are daily occurrences (a)___ modern city life. Every year (b) — people lose their lives and (c)____ more are injured. Before the (d)____ of automobiles people moved from place to another slowly but (f)____. The real causes of road g)___ lie lie with the drivers, not with the (h)____ transports. In some cities. the (i)_____ are narrow. These can hardly (j)___ with the Increasing number of traffic.
7. Read the text below and fill in the gaps using suitable words to make it a meaningful text.
Today, many of our young students (a)___ feel ashamed and hesitant to introduce (b)___ as students. Fazlul Huq, Suvash Chandra (c)___ and Suhrawardy were also students. In (d)____ life their strength was their acquired (e)____. On the other hand, violence and political shelter constitute the strength of today’s students.
8. Match the part of sentences from columns A and B to make five complete sentences. Column 2 has one more options than required.
|Column A||Column B|
|(i) Owis are familiar||(a) are not only ugly but also useless|
|(ii) They sleep In the day time||(b) they eat mice and rats that destroy his grans|
|(iii) Many people think that they||(c) nocturnal birds|
|(iv) they might be||(d) ugly but are not useless|
|(v) In fact, they are farmers friends because||e) and hunt their food at night|
f) very helpful birds
Part C: Grammar (25 Marks)
9. Read the text below and fill in the gaps with the root words in the brackets adding suitable suffix, prefix or both.
Computer is one of the most (a) (wonder) scientific objects. It is the (b) (out) of hard labour of many scientists. It took a long time to invent computer and bring it to the present position. It is an electric device that stores information on (c) (magnet) tape. Computer is not without (d) (merits). It affects the eyesight of the (e)(operate). (f)(Child) are very fond of computer. (g)(Though) it is (h)(harm) to their eyes, they like to play games on computer for hours together. This is (i) (certain) bad habit. So children should be (j) (courage) from playing games on computer for long time.
10. Fill in the gaps in the following text with appropriate articles (a, an or the). Put a cross (X) where no article is used.
Our life is (a)___ sum total of hours, days and years But all days are not equally memorable to us. Most of (b)___ days are forgotten with (c)___ passage of time. Only (d)___ few of these days remain ever fresh in our memory. My (e)___ first day at school is such (f)___ day. It is fresh in my mind even now. When I was(g)___ boy of six, my father proposed that I should be admitted into (h)___ school in class 1. I felt (i) both joy and delight.
11. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets.
(a) We should read books (Imperative).
(b) Books Introduce us to the best society (Passive )
(c) Books contain noble thoughts and great ideas (Interrogative),
(d) We cannot but read books to enrich our mind (Affirmative).
(e) A book is a very valuable thing (Exclamatory).
12. Rewrite the following passage changing the form of speech.
“Have you killed the rats? said the Mayor. “Yes, I have,” said the piper. “Give me the promised money. “How funny!” said the Mayor. “We cannot give you so much money. Take only fifty.”
13. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.
george bernard shaw was born in dubin in 1856 his father family had been small landowners in ireland since the late seventeenth century he was awarded nobel prize for literature in november 1950
Part D : Writing (30 Marks)
14. Suppose, you are Sumon and your younger brother is Sakib. Make a dialogue between you and your younger brother on the importance of learning English.
15. Suppose you will go to Feni by train. Write an email to the railway booking clerk asking him to reserve a seat for you. You may send the eamil to firstname.lastname@example.org
16. Write a paragraph of 250 words on “A book fair“
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