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Revision Lesson Class 7
Tick the correct answer from the given options:
I [am/is] Nilofar. I [am/is ]a girl. I study in class VII. There [is /are] forty students in our class. Some [is/are]boys and others lam/are] girls.Sima,Shamim and Rohini(am/ are]my friends. Rohini [is/are] the best student in our class. She [is/are] very fond of me.
Ans: I am Nilofar.
I am a girl. I study in class VII.
There are forty students in our class.
Some are boys and others are girls.
Sima,Shamim and Rohini are my friends.
Rohini is the best student in our class.
She is very fond of me.
Join the following sentences with ‘and’ or ‘but’. One is done for you:
(a) In India summer is hot. In India winter is cold .
Answer: In India summer is hot but winter is cold
(b) A mouse is a small animal. An elephant is a large animal.
Ans: A mouse is a small animal but an elephant is a large animal.
(c) I have a pen. I have a pencil.
Ans: I have a pen and a pencil.
(d) The sun rises in the east. The sun sets in the west.
Ans: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.
(e) My father is tall. He is lean.
Ans: My father is tall and lean.
(f) Bees are small. Wasps are big.
Ans: Bees are small but wasps are big.
(g) In a cricket match we need a bat. We also need a ball.
Ans: In a cricket match we need a bat and a ball.
Odd one out
In each set there is a word that does not fit with rest of the words in the set. Identify and underline the word. One is done for you:
(a) Teacher, student, chalk jaii, duster
(b) Football, goal, beautiful, field, player
(c) Books, nice, pen, paper, table
(d) Red, apple, guava, banana, water melon
(e) Rice, wheat, barley, cereals, golden
f) Spinach, cabbage, tasty, cauliflower, onions
Fill in the blanks by choosing the correct form of verbs from the given alternatives:
(a) My English textbook [have/hasj one hundred and thirty eight pages.
(b) Our class [has/have] thirty students.
(c) My school [have/has] a big playground.
(d) We lhas/havej a beautiful garden.
(e) All my friends [have/has] some interest in sports.
• Describe your friend, using suitable adjectives (উপযুক্ত বিশেষণ ব্যবহার করে তোমার বন্ধুকে বর্ণনা কর )
Ans: I have many friends in my class. Raja is my best friend. He is tall and fair. He has curly hair. He plays cricket very well. I share my tiffin with him. He helps me in studies. I love him very much.
C. Describe your house to the class। (ক্লাসে তোমার বাড়ির বর্ণনা দাও)
Ans: I live in a small house. It is pucca. The colour of our house is pink. There is a small garden in front of our house. We have two bedrooms, a drawing room, a kitchen and a bathroom in our house. I love my house very much.
C. Tell your class what you see everyday while coming to school (স্কুলে আসার সময় তুমি প্রতিদিন যা দেখ তা তোমার ক্লাসকে বলুো)
Ans: My home is not far from my school. Daily I see many things while coming to school. I see farmers working in the fields. The ducks swim in the ponds. The air is filled with cries of birds. Many people go to their work places.
Fill in the blanks with suitable articles and prepositions:
Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar lived the nineteenth century India when very few people went school. He founded school Calcutta which was later known as Vidyasagar College. He wrote Bengali primer which is used even today. We are proud Vidyasagar for his great work the field education.
Ans: of, in, of
Underline the correct form of the verbs given in brackets:
(a) The sun [rise/rises/rose] in the east.
(b) When do you [go/goes/went] to school?
(c) Two and two [make/makes/made] four.
(d) The great scholar Bopedev [write/writes/wrote] ‘Mugdha Bodh’.
(e) Robert Bruce [fight/fights/fought] hard to regain his kingdom.
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Write the opposite of the following words:
good, fat, wise, dull, old, warm, kind, happy, tall
Good = bad
Fat = thin
Wise = foolish
Dull = intelligent
Old = new
Warm = cold
Kind = cruel
happy = unhappy
tall = short
Make new words by joining `—less’ to the words in the given box and fill in the blanks. One is done for you:
help, harm, rest, power, meaning, colour, home
(a) Water is a colourless liquid.
(b) Rita was as she had fever.
Ans: Rita was restless as she had fever.
(c) People often become during a natural calamity.
Ans: People often become homeless during a natural calamity.
(d) A snake is if not disturbed.
Ans: A snake is harmless if not disturbed.
(e) The king became after his brother betrayed him.
Ans: The king became powerless after his brother betrayed him.
(f) A sentence is without a verb.
Ans: A sentence is meaningless without a verb.
Your friend has written this passage. But there are mistakes in every line. Underline the mistakes and correct them. One is done for you: The History of Chess
. Almost two thousand years ago a board-game was played at India. It was call Chaturanga. It was very popular among kings, warriors and scholars. Chaturanga mean four limbs. It represent the four groups of the army: the warriors who fought on elephants, the cavalry, the charioteers and the infantry. From India the game went to the Persia where it was called Shptronj. Some of the words we now use in chess were use in Persia. The term, ‘checkmate, was earlier call ‘Shah Mat’ or ‘the king is dead’. From Persia, the game went to the Europe. The game was now been called chess.
Almost two thousand years ago a board-game was played at (Ans: in ) India. It was call (Ans: Called ) Chaturanga. It was very popular among kings, warriors and scholars. Chaturanga mean (Ans: means ) four limbs. It represent (Ans: represents) the four groups of the army: the warriors who fought on elephants, the cavalry, the charioteers and the infantry. From India the game went to the ( Ans:
the) Persia where it was called Shptronj. Some of the words we now use in chess were use (Ans: Used) in Persia. The term, ‘checkmate, was earlier call (Ans: called) ‘Shah Mat’ or ‘the king is dead’. From Persia, the game went to the ( Ans: the)Europe. The game was (Ans: has) now been called chess.
What do we call the people who live in the following countries? One is done for you:
Make sentences with the following adverbs:
slowly, fast, now, often, sometimes
slowly: My grandfather is walking slowly.
Fast: I can write fast.
Now: It is raining now.
Often: She often comes to our house
Sometimes: Raja eats ice-cream sometimes.
Write the past forms of the following words:
Fill in the blanks by choosing the correct form of verbs from the given alternatives:
(a) They (goes/are going/was going) to school.
Ans: are going
(b) He (live/lives/have lived) within his means.
(c) She and her friends (go/went/goes) to the picnic yesterday.
(d) Rahim and I (eat/ate/were eating) when the bell rang.
Ans: were eating
(e) The striker (score/is scoring/scored) a goal in the football match yesterday.
Classify the following nouns in the chart given below: cow, fleet, Vidyasagar, chalk, honesty, girl, dog, Robert Bruce, ring, friendship, table, herd, class, television, teacher, Rabindranath, truthfulness, bench, enmity, football
Common noun : cow, girl, dog, teacher
Proper Noun : Vidyasagar, Robert Bruce, Rabindranath
Material Noun : chalk, table, ring, bench, football, TV
Abstract Noun : honesty, friendship, truthfulness, enmity
Collective Noun : fleet, herd, class
Study the family tree of your friend Sabeena carefully. Then write a short paragraph about her family in about 50 words:
Shabnam is the pet name of Sabeena. She belongs to a respective family. Her grandparents are Kazi Abdul and Nargis. They have only one child named Kazi Nurul. He has married Shakeela. They have two sons and one daughter. The daughter is Sabnam and her brothers are Irfan and Imran
Write a short story in about 60 words using the following hints:
Crow looking for water—thirsty—finds a pitcher—water at the bottom—finds pebbles—drops pebbles—water level rises—quenches thirst
THE THIRSTY CROW
Once a crow lived in a tree. One day he became very thirsty. He was looking for water. Suddenly he found a pitcher. But the water was at the bottom. He hit upon a plan. He saw some pebbles nearby. He dropped the pebbles one by one into the pitcher. The water level rose up. At last the crow was able to drink the water and quench his thrust.
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