Read the given text and answer question no.1
One day Ms Asma Haque brings a big box in her classroom. She puts the box near the table. The box is tied with a rope. All the students become curious. They want to know what Ms Asma Haque has in the box. She could understand her students’ curiosity. She smiles and says, “Do you want to see what I have in the box?” All the students shout excitedly, “yes, we do.” “Okay, could you help me open the box?” Mita, Munir, Asif, Banu and Reba come forward to help their teacher. “Thank you,” says Ms Asma Haque. “Mita, cut the rope with the scissors, please.” “Thanks. You can go to your seat.” “Asif, open the box. Thank you, Asif.” “Banu, come here. Now tell me what is in the box?” “There is a fork, a round spoon, a flat spoon, a tea spoon, a bowl, a cup, a lid, a frying pan and a plate.” “Thank you, Banu. Go back to your seat”
1. Choose the correct answers from the distracters and write them: - 1×10=10
(a) How is Ms Asma Haque?
(i) angry (ii) harsh (iii) unfriendly (iv) smiling
(b) The students shout excitedly. This is a/an—.
(i) statement sentence (ii) optative sentence
(iii) question sentence (iv) imperative sentence
(c) “Asif, open the box.” This is a/an ————
(i) command (ii) request (iii) instruction (iv) advice
(d) What is Ms Asma Haque?
(i) a leader (ii) a physician (iii) a teacher (iv) a housewife
(e) Why did the students come forward?
(i) to help Ms Asma Haque (ii) to open the box
(iii) to welcome Ms Asma Haque
(iv) both (i) & (ii)
(f) What did they do?
(i) One of them cut the rope.
(ii) One of them opened the box.
(iii) One of them told about the things.
(iv) All of them
(g) Why did Ms Asma Haque thank them?
(i) for helping her (ii) for their honesty
(iii) for their excitement (iv) for their curiosity
(h) Banu found ———things in the box.
(i) many (ii) some (iii) a few (iv) nine
(i) We use the things in the box in the ————. (i) laboratory work (ii) household work
(iii) industrial work (iv) agricultural work
(j) Which one is a correct sentence?
(i) Thank you, Asif (ii) Thank you, Asif.
(iii) Thanks, Asif. (iv) Asif, thanks a lot.
(a) (iv) smiling (b) (i) statement sentence (c) (i) command (d) (iii) a teacher(e) (iv) both (i) & (ii) (f) (iv) All of them(g) (i) for helping her (h) (iv) nine (i) (ii) household work (j) (ii) Thank you, Asif.