My friend Lessons 1 – 3
Read the text and answer the questions 1, 2, 3 and 4 :
I’m Radif. I’m eight years old. Anik is my friend. He’s eight years old, too. We go to Rajbari Primary School. We are in the same class. Anik sits next to me. In the afternoon, we play football.
1. Write the answers on the answer paper:
i) Radif is ¾ years old. c
A six B seven
C eight D nine
ii) ¾ is Radif’s friend. d
A Pranto B Anika
C Arnika D Anik
iii) Who are eight years old? d
A Radif B Anik
C Rasel D Radif and Anik
iv) In the passage ‘He’s’ means ¾. c
A He has B He had
C He is D He was
v) Radif and Anik are in the same ¾. d
A school B class
C hours D school and class
vi) Radif and Anik go to ¾. c
A Rajbari School
B Primary School
C Rajbari Primary School
D Collegiate School
vii) Rajbari is ¾. c
A a name B a school
C a district name D a man’s name
viii) Where does Radif sit in the class? b
A next to me B next to Anik
C on the floor D by us
ix) Radif and Anik play ¾. d
A in the morning B in the evening
C at noon D in the afternoon
x) Radif and Anik play ¾. b
A cricket B football
C volleyball D tennis
2. Match the words of the column A with their meaning that is mentioned in the text in the column B :
Column A Column B
a) Year i) not deferent.
b) Old ii) a person you know and like.
c) Primary iii) a particular age.
d) Friend iv) the period from 1 January to 31 December.
e) Same v) education of old people.
vi) education up to class five
vii) unknown person.
Ans. a) + iv; b) + iii; c) + vi; d) + ii; e) + i.
3. Answer the following questions in sentence(s) :
a) How old is Radif?
b) Who is Anik?
c) How old is Anik?
d) What is the name of their school?
e) What do they play?
a) Radif is eight years old.
b) Anik is Radif’s friend.
c) Anik is eight years old.
d) The name of their school is Rajbari Primary School.
e) They play football.
4. Write five sentences about your friend.
Ans. My friend
My friend’s name is Robin. He’s eight years old. We go to Mirpur Primary School. Robin sits next to me. In the afternoon, we play cricket.
Arrange and rewrite the following words so that they make sense:
a) Old, eight, i’m, years.
b) too, old, he’s, years, eight.
c) the, class, in, we, same, are.
d) me, Anik, to, next, sits.
a) I’m eight years old.
b) He’s eight years old too.
c) We are in the same class.
d) Anik sits next to me.
Rearrange the given five sentences to make a meaningful story :
He’s eight years old, too. I’m eight years old. I’m Radif. We go to Rajbari Primary School. Anik is my friend.
Ans. I’m Radif. I’m eight years old. Anik is my friend. He’s eight years old, too. We go to Rajbari Primary School.
Rewrite the sentence (s) using punctuations and capital letters where necessary:
we go to rajbari primary school.
Ans. We go to Rajbari Primary School.
Make sentence with the following words.
friend, primary, same, next to, afternoon.
Friend : Sohel is my friend.
Primary : I go to Mirpur Primary School.
Same : We are in the same class.
Next to : Ifrad sits next to me.
Afternoon : We play in the afternoon.
Fill up the blanks with a suitable word.
a) I’m Radif. Anik is my .
b) I’m eight years .
c) Anik is eight years old .
d) We are in same class.
e) Anik sits next me.
Ans. a) friend, b) old, c) too, d) the, e) to.
Make five sentences from the table below :
next to me.
in the same class.
to Rajbari Primary School
a) I am Radif.
b) Anik is my friend.
c) We go to Rajbari Primary School.
d) We are in the same class.
e) Anik sits next to me.
True or false? Write T for True or F for False.
a) Radif is Anik’s brother.
b) Anik is eight years old.
c) Radif and Anik go to Rajbari High School.
d) Radif and Anik are in the same class.
e) Anik sits behind Radif.
Ans. a) T b) F c) F d) T e) F
Numbers Lessons 4 – 6
Write the missing numbers.
90 80 70 60
80 76 72 70
72 56 40 24
60 48 36 18
90 85 80 75 70 65 60 55
80 78 76 74 72 70 68 66
72 64 56 48 40 32 24 16
60 54 48 42 36 30 24 18
Write the next word. Ans.
twenty three twenty four
twenty five twenty six
twenty seven twenty eight