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JSC English Model Question 2
Class: JSC (Class 8)
Part A : Seen (20 Marks)
Read the text and answer questions 1 and 2.
Zara lives with her parents in London. They have come to Bangladesh to visit Zara’s aunt and uncle.
She is very close to her cousin Mita. Both the families have visited many interesting places together in Bangladesh. It was great fun. Then they decided that they would visit some places outside Bangladesh too. They decided to go to Thailand. But Mita’s parents were too busy with their work, so they could not go.
However, Mita was going with them. Mita, Zara and her parents are at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. They are waiting in the lounge. Mita is very excited. This is her first time to board a plane. They are flying by Bangladesh Biman. Mita is hoping to have a great time in Thailand, As they wait, the two cousins start planning what they would do once they reach Bangkok. Mita’s uncle brings forms for all of them to fill in before going through the immigration. He gives one to Mita and says, You have to give some information about yourself in the form. The immigration officer will check your passport and stamp it. And then you are ready to travel” Mita Zara and her parents start Alling in the forms.
1. Choose the correct answer to each question from the alternatives given and write the corresponding number of the answers in your answer script.
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a) The word “live” in line 1 of the text means–
(i) abide in (ii) give up (iii) reset (iv) rebuke
b) The word “close” in line 2 of the text means–.
(i) foe (ii) friendly (iii) bosom (iv) hostile
c) The word “interesting” in the line 2 means__.
(i) fascinating (ii) unknown (iii) notorious (iv) charming
(d) Zara ____ mita.
(i) hates (ii) envies (iii) likes (iv) neglects
(e) Both the families have decided to visit some _____.
(i) places in the town (ii) historical place (iii) relatives house (iv) outside palces
(f) Mita is very excited because
(i) It is her first journey by plan (ii) she is going with her family
(iii) her uncle is going with them (iv) None of this
(g) who brings form for all of them
(i) Mita’s father (ii) Mita’s mother (iii) Mita’s uncle (iv) none of them
2. Answer the following questions from your reading of the above text.
a) Why is Mita excited?
b) What does an immigration officer do at the airport?
c) What does Mita hope about their visit to Thailand?
d) What are Zara and Mita planing?
3. Read the following text and fill in the gaps with appropriate words to make it a meaningful one.
Shamima’s misery started the day she was married. Her husband was a (a)___ person and he used to (b)____ her verbally and physically. Within a few months into her (c)____ she had to leave her husband kamal Uddin Joardar. Now Shamima (d)_____ to work with women. who are ill fated like her. She has 43 female members in her (e)___ working for her.
Part B: Unseen (25 Marks)
Read the following text and answer questions 4 and 5.
Rabindranath Tagore is one of the greatest poets of Bangla literature. Bengali culture and literature is unthinkable without the presence of this personality. He travelled all the branches of fine art equally and successfully. Rabindranath was born on 7 May 1861 at Jorasanko, Kolkata India. Tagore’s childhood days were mostly confined to the family estate under the watchful eyes of the servants. He lost his mother when he was only thirteen At the age of twenty-two on 9 December 1883. Tagore married Mrinalini. He received Nobel Prize in 1913 for Gitanjali and introduced Bangalces to the rest of the world. In 1915, he was bestowed knighthood by the British Rabindranath Tagore died in 1941 at the age of eighty. We remember him with great respect.
4. Complete the grid below with appropriate information.
|Rabindranath was born||(ii)______||in 1861|
|(iii) ________||in 1883|
|He was bestowed knighthood||(iv)______|
|(v) ______||in 1913|
5. Read the passage again and write, whether the statements are true or false. Give correct answer If the statement is false.
a) Rabindranath’s childhood was carefree.
b) His mother died when he was thirty.
c) He enriched our Bengali literature.
(d) He was awarded Nobel Prize in 1923.
(e) He passed away in 1934.
6. Read the text below and fill in the gaps using the clues given in the boxes. There are more words than necessary One word can be used once only.
The Muslim (a)___ declined after the British took over power (b)_____ the Mughals in 1757 and with industrial (c)____ in England. The (d)____ Muslim Jamdani of Dhaka could not (e)___ in competition (f)___ the cheap industrial (g)___ of England. After 1971 (h)____ are underway to revive industrial Jamani designs. Jamdani Village has been set (i)____ at Demra near Dhaka to provide financial support to the (j)___.
7. Read the text below and fill in the gaps using suitable words to make it a meaningful text.
This is our Bangladesh. This (a)____ the land of our birth. (b)____ beautiful, how sweet this land (c)____! There is the blue sky (d)____ her head. In that sky, (e)___ sun rises everyday in the morning. In the evening, the stars twinkle.
8. Match the part of sentences from columns A and B to make five complete sentences. Column B has one more options than required.
|Column A||Column B|
|(i) Early rising is very||a) get much time to enjoy the natural beauties of the world|
|ii) It makes us eneretic and||b) beneficial to our health|
|iii) It is true that those who rise early in the morning||c) important specially to a student|
|iv) It is very essential||d) proficient in doing our work properly|
|v) It is more useful and||e) to a man in different ways|
f) is a very good habit
Part C : Grammar (25 Marks)
9. Read the text below and fill in the gaps with the root words in the brackets adding suffix, prefix or both.
Our independence is our (a)____ (glory) achievement. We feel proud of our independence. Today we have our own national flag. When it is (b)____ (host) it flutters (c)___ (glorify) the sacrifice of our freedom fighters. We should not (d)___ (honour) them. We should not be (e)____ (grateful) to them. We pay tribute to them (f)__(occasion). We make (g)___(arrange) of a unction and begin it (h)__ (ceremony) in memory of them. is it enough? Certainly not. We have to work (i)___ (sincere) and honestly for the (j)___ (realize) of the dreams of our freedom fighters.
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.
a)_____ discipline is seen in (b)____ nature. Every morning sun rises in (d)____ east, day follows (b)___ night, birds sing and (f)___ plants blossom. Everywhere in (g)____ nature there is h)___ harmony. If there was no discipline in (i)______ nature, there would be (j)___ chaos everywhere.
11. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets.
a) The Padma is a big river (Negative).
(b) It becomes emaciated during summer (Interrogative)
(c) During the rainy season It assumes a terrible shape (Exclamatory).
(d) Who doesn’t know this? (Affirmative)
(e) Tourists from home and abroad visit its shore to enjoy themselves (Passive).
12. Rewrite the following passage changing the form of speech.
The traveller said to the peasant, “Can you tell me the way to the nearest Inn? The peasant said, “Yes, do you want one in which you can spend the night? The traveller said. “I do not wish to stay there, but I only want a meal.”
13. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.
thomas alva edison was born in 1847 in ohio america as a little boy he was very inquisitive very early in life he showed that he was full of curiosity a quality which is so important to inventors
Part D : Writing (30 Marks)
14. Suppose you are Summona and chatting with your friend Kabita. Write a dialogue between you and your friend about the importance of reading newspaper.
15. Suppose your friend borrowed a book from you. Write an email to your friend requesting him/her to return the book borrowed from you. you may send the email to firstname.lastname@example.org
16. Write a paragraph of 150 words on “Deforestation”.
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