Monday, December 11

Annual Examination-2020 English 1st Paper – Seven

Annual Examination-2020

Sub: English 1st Paper

Class: Seven

Time: 3 Hour                           Full Marks: 100

[N.B. The figures in the right margin indicate full marks]

Section-A : Reading Test


Read the following passage and answer the questions (1, 2 and 3)

Then came the spring. And all over the country there were flowers and there were birds. Only in the garden of the eiant. it was still winter. Here there were no binds singing, no flowrs blossoming. There were only snow and frost and north wind in it. I cannnot understand why the spring is so late in coming.” said the eiant. He was sitting at the window of his big castle and looking out at his cold, drs, lifeless garden.” I hope there will be a chnage in the weather.” But neither spring nor summer came to his garden.

1.  Choose the best answer from the alternatives.

(a) There was/were ¾ garden for the children.

(i) two (ii) only one (iii) no (iv) three

(b) The children used to play ¾.

(i) before madrasah (ii) during thetiffing period

(iii) after madrasah (iv) in the morning

(c) The garden of the qiant was ¾ to the qiant.

(i) lively (ii) lifeless (iii) animale (iv) charming

(d) Castle means ¾.

(i) mansion (ii) citaded (iii) fortress (iv) all the options

(e) The qiant hoped to fuid ¾.

(i) a change of friend (ii) change of weather (iii) a change of wealth (iv) a change of fortune


2. Answer the following questions.

(a) When did the children use to go to the garden?

(b) What was the condition of the country during the spring?

(c) What was the condition of the garden of the qiant during the spring?

(d) What was the neaction of the qiant in such condition?

(e) What did he do in his palace?


3. Summarize the above passage.

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it (4, 5)

Bangladesh is our homeland. it is a land of rivers. The big rivers of Bangladesh are the Padma the Meghna, the Jamuna and the Brahmaputra. In the rainy season. they become large. Water overflows the banks and runs over the field. But in winter, they become dry. The rivers wash the fields. it makes our soil fertile. our farmers can easily dig the land. We get water from our rivers. Thus our rivers help us to grow much crops. Various kinds of fishes live in our rivers. The fishermen eatch the fishes and self them to us. They earn a lot of money. Fishes are very tasteful. Every Bangladeshi likes to eat fish. So fish is our second food.

4. Complete the following table with the information given in the passage:








they become large


they become dry




5. True or false? If false, give the correct information.

(a) In the rainy season, the rivers become large.

(b) The river makes our land fertile, so our farmers can easily plough the land.

(c) Bangladesh is not a land of rivers.

(d) The Padma, the Meghna, the Jamuna and the Brahmaputra are the small rivers of Bangladesh.

(e) We eatch the fish and self them to the fishermen.


6. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words in the box.


having park along weekends
watching being like feed


Paul (a) ¾ with his family (b) ¾ to the park at the (c) ¾. They enjoy (d) ¾ picnics. Paul and his (e) ¾ like (f) ¾ animal. (g) ¾ rabbits. They also (h) ¾ the animals. Paul’s family like the (i) because the love (j) ¾ out door and feeling free.


7. Fill in the blanks with suitable words.

People (a) ¾ flowers, vegetable and other plants in a green house. It (b) ¾ warminside ever during winter. It (c) ¾ heat received from the sun. our (d) ¾ is also like green house. Heat is (e) ¾ by gases like carbon dioxide. It keeps the earth warm in the process.


8. Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and re-write them in a passage.

(a) It was zishans grandparaents house in the village.

(b) They are of the same age.

(c) The night sky was clear.

(d) They were also studying at a village madrasah.

(e) The full moon was shining brightly.

(f) Their grand parents gladly joined them.

(g) All the family members had delicious supper and sat in the yard.

(h) They were sitting on a bamboo mat.

(i) Zishans cousins, Jahid and shima, were very excited.

(j) Every body felt relaxed.


9. Match the phrases in column B with the phrases in column A.

Column A

Column B

a. Sabbir and Aslam

i. to play cricket

b. Sabbir lives

ii. brother of sabbir

c. Aslam practises

iii. are both sports lovers

d. Sabbir likes

iv. in a village

e. Abir is the

v. in his madrasah compound

Section-B Writing test


10. Write a dialogue between you and Rafi about the story the Selfish quant.


11. Write a paragraph about “Your First Day of Madrasah” answering the following questions.

(a) When did you get admitted in a madrasah?

(b) Which class did you get admitted first?

(c) How much students were there?

(d) Who was the teacher?

(e) How were your new friends?

(f) How many classes were held on the first day?


12. Complete the following story following the clue.

A long time a go the town of Hamelin was faced agrcat problem. it became full of rats. The rats were so big and fience that they fought the dogs, killed the cats and big the babies in the cradles ….


13. Imagine, you are Shahed and your examination is knocking at the door. You need some money to buy some new books. Now write a letter to your father asking some money to buy books.

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