Friday, August 31, 2012

Model Test for JSC Exam

While Mrs. Ayesha Amin told the class 8 students about Mr. Grasshopper and Mr. Ant, Mr. Anis Ahmed continued to help them with their school garden. 'We’ve planted for the future,' he told them. 'Here in Bangladesh, we've three kinds of vegetables, summer, winter and all season. It was between winter and summer when I gave you the seeds and seedlings, so we've planted all season vegetables. Look, I'll show them to you.'
Mr. Ahmed showed the students his all season vegetable chart. 'Look here's black colocasia. It has big green leaves and a white root.' 'Can we eat the leaves?' asked Rina. 'No', replied Mr. Ahmed. 'Only the root. Now this is an eggplant. It's also called a Brinjal. It has two names and as you can see, it'd quite large. And this is red amaranth and this one is green amaranth. As you can see, the green one's much taller and the leaves are a bit larger too. And this long vegetable is called okra and it's green.'
Mr. Ahmed's seeds and seedlings were so good and the soil so fertile that the vegetables grew very well. The students saw all their lovely vegetables, as well as some colourful flowers, growing well in their school garden. When they saw the beautiful garden, they were very happy and watered and weeded it regularly.
1. Choose the best answer from the alternatives.
(a) The other name of eggplant is —.
(i) colocasia (ii) brinjal (iii) amaranth (iv) okra
(b) Mr. Ahmed helped the — to make the school garden.
(i) school authority (ii) teachers
(iii) students (iv) gardeners
(c) Mr. Ahmed told about — types of vegetables.
(i) three (ii) two (iii) four (iv) many
(d) Mr. Ahmed gave the class 8 students —.
(i) the seeds (ii) the seedlings
(iii) the seed and seedlings (iv) nothing
(e) Mr. Ahmed showed the students a — vegetables chart.
(i) winter (ii) summer
(iii) two season (iv) all season
(f) The students grew — season vegetables.
(i) all (ii) summer (iii) winter (iv) rainy
(g) They grew — in the garden.
(i) only vegetables (ii) vegetables
(iii) flowers (iv) vegetables and flowers.

1. Choose the best answer from the alternatives.
(h) They planted — season vegetables.
(i) all (ii) summer (iii) winter (iv) rainy
(i) Mr. Ahmed and Mrs. Amin are —.
(i) teachers (ii) story-teller (iii) narrator(iv) stupid
(j) Eggplant has — names.
(i) two (ii) one (iii) three (iv) several
(k) They had a good — as they got good seeds, seedlings and fertile soil.
(i) production (ii) income (iii) family (iv) shop
(l) They became very — and took great care of their garden.
(i) happy (ii) sad (iii) frugal (iv) industrious
(m) Mr. Ahmed showed his students his all season vegetable —.
(i) chart (ii) seeds (iii) seedlings (iv) charts
(n) We can eat only the — of the colocasia.
(i) roots (ii) leaves (iii) seeds (iv) seedlings
Answer to the question no. 1:
a+ii, brinjal, b+iii, students, c+iii, three, d+iii, the seed and seedlings, e+iv, all season, f+i, all season, g+iv, vegetables and flowers, h+iii, farm, i+i, teachers, j+i, two, K+i, production, l+i, happy, m+i, chart, n+I, roots
2. Write whether the following statements are true or false. If false give the correct information.
(a) In Bangladesh there are three kinds of vegetables.
(b) Mr. Ahmed gave the students the seeds and seedlings in winter.
(c) Black colocasia has black leaves and a green root.
(d) Green amaranth is shorter than red amaranth.
(e) Green amaranth has big and larger leaves.
(f) All the lovely vegetables as well as some colourful flowers were growing well in the school garden.
(g) We eat the root and leaves of black colocasia.
(h) The brinjal is an all season vegetables.
(i) Mrs. Amin was continuing her story.
(j) Mr. Ahmed was continually helping his students in making the garden.
(k) It was spring when the seeds and seedlings were given.

2. Write whether the following statements are true or false. If false give the correct information.
(l) Mr. Ahmed showed his students his all season vegetable chart.
(m) Only the root of the black colocasia can be eaten.
(n) Eggplant is also called brinjal.
(o) Okra is a short type of vegetable.
(p) Okra is green to look at.
(q) The students took great care of their garden.
(r) They planted for the future.
(s) Black colocasia has big green leaves and a white root.
(t) Eggplant is also called brinjal.
(u) This passage is about gardening.
(v) Rina is a teacher.
(w) Mrs. Ayesha Amin was telling stories to Mr. Ant and Grasshopper.
(x) In Bangladesh we have many kinds of vegetables.
(y) Eggplant is quite large.

Answer to the question no. 2
(a) True,
(b) False. Correct Information: He gave the seeds and seedlings in between winter and summer.
(c) False. Correct Information: Black colocasia has green leaves and a white root.
(d) False. Correct Information: Green amaranth is much taller than red amaranth
(e) True, (f) True,
(g) False. Correct Information: We eat only the root of black colocasia
(h) True, (i) True, (j) True.
(k) False. Correct Information: It was between winter and summer when the seeds and seedlings were given.
(l) True. (m) True (n) True
(o) False. Correct Information: It is long vegetable.
(p) True, (q) True (r) True. (s) True. (t) True (u) True
(v) False. Correct Information: Rina is a student.
(w) False. Correct Information: She was telling story to class 8 students.
(x) False. Correct Information: In Bangladesh we have three kinds of vegetables.
(y) True.

3. Answer the following questions.
(a) Why did the students planted the all season vegetables?
(b) Why did the vegetables grow very well?
(c) What did the students see in the garden?
(d) What has two names?
(e) What colour is an okra?
(f) How many kinds of vegetables are there in Bangladesh?
(g) What type of vegetable is the black colocasia?
(h) What were the names of the vegetables that Mr. Ahmed showed the students?
(i) What was Mrs. Amin doing?
(j) Why were the students happy?
(k) Who was Mr. Ahmed?
(l) Did they grow only vegetables?
(m) How did the students take care of their garden?
Answer to the question no. 03:
(a) It was between winter and summer when the seeds and seedlings were given to the students. So, they have planted the all season vegetables.
(b) Mr. Ahmed's seeds and seedlings were so good and the soil so fertile that the vegetables grew very well.
(c) They saw all their lovely vegetables, as well as some colourful flowers, growing well in their school garden.
(d) Eggplant has two names.
(e) An okra is of green colour.
(f) There are three kinds of vegetables in Bangladesh.
(g) It has big green leaves and a white root. People can eat only its roots.
(h) Mr. Ahmed showed black colocasia, eggplant, red amaranth, green amaranth, and okra.
(i) She was telling stories to her class 8 students.
(j) When they saw their beautiful garden, they were happy.
(k) He was a teacher.
(l) No, they also grew some colourful flowers.
(m) They watered and weeded it regularly.

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