Class 9-10 English 1st Paper Rearange

SSC/Nine/Ten English 1st Paper Rearange

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    However, he picked it up and carried it home. He showed it to his wife.

(b)    One day he was walking through the fields.

(c)    He thought that it might have been dropped by a passer-by.

(d)    With that he supported his family with difficulty.

(e)    He had a few acres of lands. The lands yielded him some crops.

(f)    So he always thought how he could add to his income.

(g)    There lived a farmer in a village.

(h)    While walking he came across a purse of gold.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order.                                         1×8=8

(a)    In 1271 he set out from Venice to China. He was then 15 years old.

(b)    They had travelled by land and sea.

(c)    For transport they had used ships, camels, horses and donkeys.

(d)    He was accompanied by his father and uncle.

(e)    They also travelled over mountains and across deserts.

(f)    Marco Polo was born in 1256 in Venice. He was one of the greatest adventurous men.

(g)    It took the Polos over three years to reach China.

(h)    Actually, at that time journey was very difficult because of no speedy vehicles.

 

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    In 1914 when the First World War broke out, he wanted to join the army. At last at the age of 19 he joined the army as an ordinary soldier.

(b)    At the age of eleven, he showed his poetic genius.

(c)    On his return from battlefield, the gave up the sword for the pen and began to write poems.

(d)    In 1972, he was brought to Bangladesh from Kolkata and was declared our national poet. He died on the 29 August, 1976

(e)    His poem inspired our freedom fighters in the Liberation War of Bangladesh.

(f)    His famous poem ‘Bidrohi’stirred the whole nation .

(g)    He wrote a lot of poems, songs, short stories, gajals, novels, etc and travelled all branches of Bengali literature.

(h)    Our national poet Kazi Nazrul Islam was born in 1306 B.S. 1899 A. D. at Churulia in the district of Burdwan.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order.                         1×8=8

(a)    As each pebble went down, the water in the jar rose up little by little.

(b)    It flew from one place to another in search of water and at last found a jar in a garden.

(c)    It hit upon a plan then and took some pebbles. Then it dropped the pebbles into the jar.

(d)    The crow tried to turn the jar over again but it had no effect. Then it decided to fly away in despair.

(e)    When the water came to the mouth of the jar the crow drank it.

(f)    A crow was very thirsty and wanted to drink water.

(g)    There was some water in the jar but it was too low down and out of its reach.

(h)    As it was leaving the jar, it noticed a heap of pebbles nearby.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order.                                         1×8=8

(a)    He made his first appearance in literature by writing “Liza of Lambeth” the first novel.

(b)    Some of his well-known plays are “Mrs. Cardiac”, “Lady Frederick”, etc.

(c)    He was born in 1874 in Paris.

(d)    It is a realistic study on the life of low neighborhood London. This brought for him a good name.

(e)    He wrote a few other novels as well.

(f)    William Somerset Maugham is one of the greatest short story writers of modern time.

(g)    Then he took to writing plays.

(h)    He was qualified as a doctor and this life had no charm for him. Soon he gave up medicine for literature.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    The crow at last thought of plan to get rid of her enemy.

(b)    It stole an expensive necklace of the princess from the royal palace and dropped it into the snake’s hole after scattering a few rubies here and there.

(c)    A snake lived in a hole at the foot of a tree. High up on its branches was the nest of a crow.

(d)    The king was very angry at the loss and sent out men to look for the necklace. In course of time, they noticed the scattered rubies the hole.

(e)    Whenever the crow would leave the nest to bring food for its chicks, the snake would climb up and eat one.

(f)    In this way, the snake ate up three of the chicks.

(g)    The crow had four young ones in its nest.

(h)    They dug the hole, killed the snake and took the necklace.

 

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    But the guests praised Hatem Tai also. This made the king angry.

(b)    Long ago there lived a very kind and generous man in Yemen.

(c)    The name of that man was Hatem Tai.

(d)    People praised him more than their king.

(e)    He was not rich but he was very hospitable.

(f)    So, the king felt happy and proud.

(g)    One day the king gave a dinner. The guests praised the king.

(h)    So, the king wanted to have him removed from the world.

 

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    He took the lion’s paw in his hand removed a big thorn from it. The lion was released of his pain.

(b)    His master was very bad and inflicted heavy torture on him. Androcles was very homesick.

(c)    In the evening a lion entered the cave.

(d)    One day he fled from his master’s house and took shelter in a cave.

(e)    The lion seemed wounded as he was groaning.

(f)    He was caught by a slave merchant who sold him to a rich man in another country.

(g)    The lion came Androcles and lifted his paw.

(h)    Once upon a time there lived a young man named Androcles.

 

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    The angel took down his request and went away.

(b)    His name was Abu Ben Adhem. He was once sleeping peacefully.

(c)    Abu then requested him to put his name in the list because he loved mankind and his fellow brothers.

(d)    He again appeared the next night and showed Abu that his name was at the top of the list.

(e)    The angel was writing the names of persons who loved God. He asked the angel if his name was there.

(f)    Once upon a time there was an honest and pious man.

(g)    In reply the angel said that his name was not there

(h)    Suddenly he woke up and saw an angel.

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order.                                      1×8=8

(a)    Shakespeare was married at eighteen to a woman of twenty one. He had three children before he was twenty-one.

(b)    There he became an actor and a playwright. By this time he was thirty.

(c)    But he never attended any college.

(d)    He had become prosperous before he reached the age of thirty-four.

(e)    He received a sound basic education.

(f)    During the next ten years, he composed his greatest plays.

(g)    William Shakespeare was born in 1564 at Stratford on Avon in England.

(h)    A few years later, he went to London.

 

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    Saadi then said, “I hope that you will make good use of these books.”

(b)    The merchants had their good’s and a lot of money. They travelled for twelve days without a trouble.

(c)    Then robbers took away all the goods and money from the merchants. Then the leader of the robbe came to Saddi.

(d)    He had a bundle of books and some money with him.

(e)    He ordered Saadi to give all he had to him.

(f)    On the thirteenth day, a gang of robbers attacked them.

(g)    Sheikh Saddi handed him the bundle of books and also the little money he had without any fear.

(h)    Once Sheikh Saddi was going to Bagdad with a group of rich merchants.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    The first friend climbed up a tree. The later could not climb up a tree.

(b)    Suddenly a bear came there.

(c)    Once upon a time two friends were passing by a forest.

(d)    He thought him to be dead. Then the bear went away.

(e)    They were talking about their love for each other.

(f)    He did not find any way.

(g)    The bear smelt his ears, nose and face.

(h)    He lay down on the ground and feigned death.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    He travelled for more than thirty years. He boarded a ship for Chittagong.

(b)    He heard the name of Shah Jalal of Sylhet and decided to visit him.

(c)    Outside the town of Sylhet two persons met him.

(d)    Ibn Batuta became very pleased hearing it.

(e)    It took him about six months to reach Chittagong.

(f)    They said that they were sent by Shah Jalal to receive him.

(g)    From there he had to walk for another month to reach Sylhet. He wrote down all that he saw.

(h)    You might have heard the name of Ibn Batuta.

 

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    “Stop,” said the bad man, “What have I done to deserve it?”

(b)    When the bad man came down, the owner of the garden caught hold of him and began to beat him with the stick.

(c)    One day the bad man was stealing some mangoes from the garden of a neighbour.

(d)    There was a bad man in a village. But when he did any work, he would say, “God had done it by me.”

(e)    “Why are you stealing mangoes from my garden?” asked the owner of the garden.

(f)    “Because God is getting it done by me, replied the bad man. The owner of the garden said nothing.

(g)    The owner of the garden saw him stealing the mangoes and returned to the garden

(h)    He took a stick and was waiting for the bad man till he came down from the tree.

 

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    He rose quickly to a high position in the army by his good work and courage.

(b)    France under him was very powerful.

(c)    More than 170 years ago there lived in France one of the greatest soldiers called Napoleon Bonaparte.

(d)    In 1804 he proclaimed himself to be the emperor.

(e)    He fought several wars with the neighboring countries and won victories over them.

(f)    He grew very powerful and soon became the greatest man in the country.

(g)    He was born in 1769. When he was young, he joined the French Army as an ordinary soldier.

(h)    He died in 1821.  Yet the Frenchmen remember him with due respect.

 

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    By the time he was twenty five years old, he had become well-known as a writer of great talent.

(b)    When he was a small boy his father was sent to prison for debt.

(c)    Dickens died in June 9, 1870.

(d)    He wrote some of the best novels in English literature.

(e)    He never forgot his hard experience of his boyhood.

(f)    Dickns had to work in a factory at the age of twelve. He could not go to school and receive education.

(g)    Even during his life time, he was exceptionally popular.

(h)    Charles Dickens was one of the greatest English novelists of the 19th century. He was born in February 7, 1812 in Portsmouth.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    She worked, worked and worked. Eventually, she managed to repay all the loan money.

(b)    The profit that she made was enough to repay the first installment and buy food and clothes for the children.

(c)    Soon after getting the loan, she and her husband started to make a plan.

(d)    Feroza worked day and night. She sold the rice in the market and made a small profit.

(e)    After that Feroza bought a little more paddy, husked it and sold it.

(f)    Feroza took a loan of three thousand taka in the year 1992.

(g)    First, they made a thatched hut so that they do not have to live under the open sky.

(h)    Then she bought a dheki and some paddy with the money.

 

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    He married Khadija at the age of 25. He got Ohi or revelation at the age of forty.

(b)    Then he was brought up by his grandfather  Abdul Muttalib.

(c)    He made an organization named ‘Hilful Fuzul’ at the age of 17.

(d)    Hazrat Muhammad (Sm) was born in the Quraish tribe of Makkah in 570 A.D.

(e)    He was then brought up by his uncle Abu Talib.

(f)    He was then greatest  of all the prophets.

(g)    His father Abdullah died before his birth. He was brought up by Halima in his childhood.

(h)    Hazrat Muhammad (Sm) was truthful from his boyhood.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    Gustave proposed a 989 feet high tower of iron as a symbol of exhibition and a lot of people worked on it for two yeas.

(b)    He was a great engineer.

(c)    He used to work for a railway construction company

(d)    Millions of people visit the tower every year.

(e)    The Eiffel Tower was named after Gustave Eiffel.

(f)    It is still regarded as one of the wonders of the world.

(g)    Gustave made plans of damps, factories, stations and structures of big size construction.

(h)    A world’s fair was held in Paris.

 

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    So, they went back to the Queen and informed her that the great scientist had not come by the train.

(b)    He could not think that these people were there actually to received him.

(c)    Einstein, however, walked the whole way from the station with a suitcase in one hand and a violin in the other. When he reached the palace, the Queen said to him, “I sent a car for you, Dr.

(d)    “But,” Einstein added, “I assure you, I greatly enjoyed the walk.”

(e)    Once Einstein went to Brussels at the invitation of the Queen of Belgium.

(f)    When he got down from the train of Brussels, he saw many gorgeously dressed people present at the station.

(g)    The officials also expected to see somebody who would appear to be rich and aristocratic to them. They never imagined that this shabbil dressed man would be Einstein himself.

(h)    With a smile on his face, he replied, “I did not expect that, you Majesty.”

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    He showed extraordinary credit in every examination of the school.

(b)    In 1953, he was appointed Chairman of Secondary Education Board. He made a great plan to give the new structure of education system.

(c)    He has great contribution to the scientific research of Bangladesh.

(d)    At the age of six, he was admitted in a Furkania Mardrasha and then in an English School.

(e)    Extraordinary meritorious Dr. Kudrat-E-Khuda was born on the 8th May, at village Margra in the district of Birbhum in West Bengal in 1900 A.D.

(f)    In 1925, with star marks he passed M.Sc. in Chemistry from Kolkata University. In 1929, he passed D. Sc. from Imperial college in England .

(g)    He died on 3rd November, 1977.

(h)    His father Hazarat Shah Abdul Mutit was a pious man and his mother Fashiha Khatun was also a pious woman.

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    A leader vowed to put an end to the inane practice.

(b)    He was Nelson Mandela who was of the greatest leaders in the world.

(c)    They were also deprived of all basic human rights.

(d)    They were subject to all sorts of indignities.

(e)    In South Africa the blacks were the victim of racial segregating.

(f)    Even dogs received a much better treatment than the blacks.

(g)    They were treated cruelly and were aliens in their own country.

(h)    Do you know this leader?

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    The stones hit the frogs one by one.

(b)    An old man saw it and forbade the boys to kill them.

(c)    They found the playful frogs in the pond.

(d)    One day some boys were going by the side of the pond.

(e)    In a village there was a little pond where some frogs played and sang all the time.

(f)    Many of them were hurt very seriously and killed.

(g)    But the frogs did not know how to save their lives.

(h)    Then the boys began to throw stones into the pond for fun.

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    At that time she was the largest ship in the world built in a very special way and also regarded as unsinkable.

(b)    Five of the ship’s sixteen watertight compartment were totally damaged by the collision.

(c)    The captain went down to see what had happened.

(d)    Four days after setting out, a huge ice-berg was spotted very close to the ship.

(e)    The Titanic with 1316 passengers and a crew of 891 was sailing for New York from Southampton.

(f)    It was on April 10, 1912.

(g)    Suddenly there was a slight trembling sound from below.

(h)    So the captain realized to his horror that the Titanic was sinking rapidly.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    The grasshopper said, “Brother ant, give me a morsel of food.”

(b)    Hearing this, the ant said, “Since you sang all the summer, it seems you have to dance all winter.”

(c)    A grasshopper, his neighbour, passed the whole summer with joy without storing the grains.

(d)    In reply, the grasshopper said that he was not idle but was singing all day long during the summer.

(e)    In winter, the grasshopper was half dead with hunger.

(f)    At a foggy winter day, an ant was taking out of his granary some grains of wheat stored during the summer.

(g)    Saying this the prudent ant locked his granary door.

(h)    The ant asked what he was doing during the summer.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    Grameen Bank and his micro-credit programmes have been very successful in poverty reduction all over the world.

(b)    In consequence of it, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for peace in 2006.

(c)    His father’s name is Hazi Dula Mia and mother’s name is Sufia Khatun.

(d)    He was born on 18 June of Bathua village in Hathazari of Chittagong.

(e)    You must have heard the name of Professor Dr. Muhammad Yunus.

(f)    His activities of poverty  alleviation and promotion of peace have been famous all over the world.

(g)    His project for the promotion of peace through poverty reduction has been taken as a model all over the world.

(h)    He established Grameen Bank in 1976 and started his micro-credit programmes from Jobra village.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    When asked, the youngest daughter said, “Nothing”.

(b)    But first he wanted to know how much they loved him.

(c)    Being pleased, Lear gave each of them a third of his kingdom.

(d)    His eldest daughter declared, “Sir, I love you more than I can say.”

(e)    Long ago there was a mighty old king of England name Lear who wanted to divide his kingdom among his three daughter.

(f)    At first Lear asked his eldest daughter, “How much do you love me?”

(g)    When asked, his second daughter said, “My love for you shall never change.”

(h)    Lear was shocked and said, “Nothing will come of nothing.”

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    With ready wit the astrologer said, “The stars declare that I’ll die only a week before your death!”

(b)    A good astrologer told him something very unpleasant.

(c)    At this the king turned pale.

(d)    Once there was a king who was fond of knowing his future from the astrologer.

(e)    At this, the king got furious and condemned him to death.

(f)    Being obsessed with another thought, the king then asked, “How long would you live?”

(g)    I shall wait to receive Your Majesty where you are sending me.

(h)    “Drive this wretch away and let him not come again,” shouted the king.

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    He took the feathers one by one and stuck them in among his own feathers.

(b)    When he returned to the crows, they also drove him away.

(c)    One day, the crow found some beautiful feathers of a peacock in a jungle.

(d)    They attacked him, pulled out the feathers and drove him away.

(e)    He looked at himself and became glad and proud because he was no longer ugly like other crows.

(f)    The crow realized his fault and promised he would never be false or over ambitious.

(g)    Once a crow thought that he was ugly to look at and wanted to be beautiful.

(h)    So, he made up his mind to go to the peacocks and live with them but the peacocks thought that he was a crow in the guise of a peacock.

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    The children would shout with joy when they saw him

(b)    He would never refuse to assist a neighbour.

(c)    Rip Van Winkle was born at a village in America.

(d)    His wife scolded him always for his idleness but in vain.

(e)    He did not like to work in his own farm but he caught fish all day without murmur.

(f)    Rip Van was not really lazy.

(g)    He was simple and good natured.

(h)    He told them stories of ghosts and witches.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    The tortoise accepted the challenge.

(b)    Covering a considerable distance, the hare stopped to rest and while taking rest fell asleep.

(c)    Being very proud of his fast pace and speed, they hare challenged the tortoise to a race

(d)    The hare ran very swiftly but the tortoise ran very slowly.

(e)    They both went to a fox and requested him to act as a judge and the fox agreed.

(f)    The tortoise ran nonstop and defeated the hare in the race.

(g)    Long ago there lived a hare and a tortoise in a jungle.

(h)    Next day, as soon as the fox waved the flag, the two contestants started running.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    A caravan of merchants was attacked by a gang of robbers and one of the robbers said that the small boy might have something with him.

(b)    She advised him never to tell a lie.

(c)    He also said, “Mother has advised me never to tell a lie even in danger.”

(d)    Hazrat Abdul Quader’s mother decided to send Quader to Baghdad with a view to educating him there.

(e)    Boy Abdul Quader spoke out, “No, no, I have forty gold coins sewed in my shirt”.

(f)    The gang leader said that perhaps the boy had nothing with him.

(g)    That time roads were unsafe; often gangs of robbers fell upon the travellers and plundered their belongings and money.

(h)    The robbers felt ashamed of their deeds and gave up robbery.

 

 

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  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    His friend thought that, the contents of the parcel were valuable.

(b)    The letter contained nothing but some words.

(c)    To his utter surprise he found nothing but an ordinary stone.

(d)    During stay in Italy, an English poet had to pay double postage for an unpaid letter from his friend.

(e)    He sent a heavy stone packed in a fine box with the words on it, “Carriage to be paid on delivers.

(f)    Being annoyed lie wanted to teach his friend a good lesson.

(g)    With a great hope he opened the box after paying the heavy charge for carrying.

(h)    Thus the poet taught his friend a good lesson.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    For example, once the boy set his father’s house on fire only to see how it could burn.

(b)    To satisfy his curiosity, he often undertook some risky adventures.

(c)    But at the same time, he was proud of the young boy.

(d)    And that was his loving mother.

(e)    But there was only one person who did never feel annoyed with the boy.

(f)    He was Thomas Alva Edison.

(g)    His father got angry for this kind of activity.

(h)    A young boy of six or seven became the subject of talk in a village because he always asked “Why, why, why”.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    She had to work very hard in the kitchen.

(b)    That is why, she was called Cinderella.

(c)    She had two elder sisters.

(d)    Her mother was dead.

(e)    Sometimes, to keep warm, she crept among the cinders.

(f)    Once upon a time there lived a maiden named Cinderella.

(g)    Her sister were unkind to Cinderella.

(h)    They made her stay among the pots and kettles and do all the hard work about the house.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    After some time, the lion fell  into a trap and he was crying “Save me, please, save me, please.”

(b)    A lion was sleeping in a cave.

(c)    The lion caught it and it began to tremble with fear.

(d)    The lion laughed and said, “O you! Are you suitable to help me?”

(e)    The mouse said, “Let me go; sooner or later, I may help you.”

(f)    At that time, a mouse fell upon its body playing.

(g)    The mouse cut the net into pieces and thereby he was saved.

(h)    Listening to this, the mouse came swiftly and found the lion in a trap.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    One day Nasiruddin Hojja was mending a hole on the roof of his two-storey house.

(b)    Being greatly annoyed, the man asked why Hojja had made him climb up the stairs, only to say that he had no money.

(c)    Suddenly he saw a man calling from below and the man was asking him to get down and listen to him.

(d)    Being furious, Hojja decided to teach him a good lesson.

(e)    Hojja immediately replied, “Why have you made me climb all the way down stairs to-ask for money in stead of shouting from below?”

(f)    When Hojja came near climbing from the roof down the stairs, the man wanted some financial help from him.

(g)    When they both got to the roof top, Hojja said to the man, “Sorry, I have no money.

(h)    Therefore, he told the man to climb up the stairs with him.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    When Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in 1933, Einstein was in America as a visiting professor.

(b)    Albert Einstein, one of the greatest scientists of modern age, was born of Jewish parents in Germany in 1879.

(c)    But he resigned the post to become a full Professor at a German University.

(d)    At the age of twenty-one, he graduated from the Federal Institute in Zurich.

(e)    For Hitler’s cruelty to the Jews, he did not return to his homeland and stayed in America.

(f)    He obtained his doctorate degree in 1905 and joined a service in Berne.

(g)    Einstein became famous for his Theory of Relativity and received Nobel Prize in physics in 1921.

(h)    Four years after his doctorate, he took the post of Associate Professor at the University of Zurich.

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    He was educated at home under his father’s guidance who always encouraged him to build up his career.

(b)    On his return; he published his first book of poetry ‘Paracelsus’ in 1835 which drew the attention of the people.

(c)    Robert Browning a famous poet, was born on May 07, 1812.

(d)    Their relationship developed gradually and they married in 1846.

(e)    In 1831 Browning left England and visited Russia.

(f)    In 1864 his series of “Men and Women” was published.

(g)    Mrs. Elizabeth Barret became physically ill in Florence in 1861.

(h)    About this time he became acquainted with Eligabeth Barret.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    The boy took the calf to the market, but was not able to sell it.

(b)    Once upon a time, there lived a poor widow.

(c)    In the evening, the boy returned home with those pea-nuts and gave them to his mother.

(d)    On the way back home, an old man took the calf for three pea-nuts.

(e)    She had a son who was foolish by nature.

(f)    Next morning, the boy saw a big nut tree beside the window and a big palace on the top of the tree.

(g)    One day, the widow told him to sell their only calf.

(h)    The poor woman got furious at this and threw the pea-nuts out of the widow.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    It is embedded on courage but it is more than brave.

(b)    If he failed, he took the responsibility without subterfuge.

(c)    I could picture him at four.

(d)    It is honest, but it is more than honesty.

(e)    The word that comes to me about him is integrity.

(f)    His name was Jerry.

(g)    He had been in the orphanage since he was four.

(h)    He was a free-will agent and he chose to do careful work.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    The deer’s piteous shriek disturbed a hermit sitting in deep meditation near the pool.

(b)    He said, “For the crime you have committed, you will be turned into a frog.”

(c)    The hermit’s divine meditation being disturbed, he rose from his eat and went up to the deer only to find it dead.

(d)    Inside the forest the prince saw a deer drinking water from a pool and immediately he shot an arrow at it.

(e)    And since then the prince had to live as a frog in that pool.

(f)    Once upon a time there lived a king who had a handsome young son.

(g)    He became extremely angry and cursed the prince.

(h)    One day the young prince went into a forest for a hunting expedition.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    He left Pisa without finishing the medical course but in 1589 at the age of 25 he became a Professor of Mathematics.

(b)    His father was a musician and scholar.

(c)    Galileo was born n 1564 at Pisa in Italy.

(d)    In 1609 Galileo made a small telescope and when he turned it on the sky, he gradually discovered for moon circling the planet Jupiter, Craters on the moon, spots on the sun and rings round the Saturn.

(e)    Galileo himself played the organ and flute but it was his contribution to science that made him famous.

(f)    He was the eldest seven children.

(g)    All these lead to his firm belief that the earth was not the centre of the universe which went against the Bible.

(h)    At first young Galileo had a tutor at home in Pisa and then he went to school monastery in Florence.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×58=8

(a)    He discovered that it was caused by the night air of marshes.

(b)    And there he was first brought into contact with malaria at close quarters.

(c)    In 1866, he went out to become a medical officer at a Chinese hospital in Formosa.

(d)    Sir Patrick Manson was a Scottish doctor.

(e)    There he studied elephantiasis, legs and arms or other parts of the body to assume monstrous proportion.

(f)    He was born near Aberdeen.

(g)    Manson began his investigation.

(h)    A theory then generally held was the elephantiasis was a tropical diseases like malaria.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    So, they wanted to buy a sheep skin for making a new coat.

(b)    So he lived with his wife Matron in the hut of a farmer in a village.

(c)    It was winter.

(d)    Once there was a poor cobbler in Russia called Simon.

(e)    So, they thought that with this amount of money they would be able to make a new leather coat.

(f)    They had only one leather coat to wear.

(g)    His wife had managed to save three rubles and villagers owed him five rubles.

(h)    He did not have a house of his own.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    Soon, he fell in economic difficulty.

(b)    He had only one son named Sindbad.

(c)    At last one of his father’s friends helped him to start a business and being successful in it, he became rich again.

(d)    He went to his friends and relatives for help but none helped him.

(e)    Sindbad’s father died when he was only sixteen.

(f)    Sindbad having inherited all his father’s vast wealth, many of his relatives and friends gathered round Sindbad to look after him.

(g)    Sindbad, a young and inexperienced boy, spent money extravagantly for his relatives and friends.

(h)    Long, long ago, there lived a rich man.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    He told the crow that she was most beautiful with the excellent feathers but it was a great pity that she could not sing.

(b)    One day while going through the forest all on a sudden, he found a crow sitting on the branch of a tree.

(c)    At once the piece of meat fell down from her mouth and the cunning fox ate it with great enjoyment.

(d)    The cunning fox being really very greedy wanted to have the piece of meat.

(e)    She had a piece of meat in her beak.

(f)    Once there was a cunning and shrewd fox.

(g)    He made a plan.

(h)    The crow being influenced by the speech of the fox, began to sing.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    One day he received a most heart breaking news that his father had died.

(b)    Once there was a prince named Hamlet.

(c)    He thought that Claudius himself might be the snake who had killed his father for the crown and his mother.

(d)    He was told that a snake had killed his father.

(e)    But when he saw his mother being married with his uncle Claudius, he got greatly shocked and suspicion filled his mind.

(f)    He had a son called prince Hamlet.

(g)    He rushed home with a heavy hearty.

(h)    Prince hamlet was studying philosophy in a university abroad.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    The queen politely asked the king to identify the natural garland.

(b)    He was most famous for his wisdom and kindness.

(c)    So, the queen in a planned way, took with him two garlands-one was of natural flowers and the other was of artificial flowers.

(d)    Many yeas ago there lived a king named Solomon.

(e)    Believing not that he was so wise and wealthy, she decided to meet him personally.

(f)    The queen of Sheba a heard about the name and fame of King Solomon.

(g)    The bees flying into the room sat on the natural garland and thus he could identify the real one.

(h)    The intelligent king seeing some bees flying outside the window and asked one of his countries to open the window.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    The woodcutter answered in the negative both the two times and the goddess being satisfied with his honesty, gave him all the three including the real axe.

(b)    One day while cutting wood a river, suddenly his axe slipped out of his hand and fell into deep water.

(c)    His crying drew the attention of the water-goddess who took pity on him.

(d)    Once there lived a poor woodcutter who was very honest.

(e)    The man was very grieved and began to weep bitterly at the loss of the axe, the only means of his livelihood.

(f)    Then diving again brought a silver axe and asked the same question if it was his one.

(g)    Everyday he went to the jungle to cut wood and earned his livelihood by selling the wood in the market.

(h)    She, diving into the water, brought a golden axe and asked him if it was his one.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    The king followed the advice of the physician.

(b)    He advised the king to move a heavy club in the air till he got tired.

(c)    He did not undergo physical labour.

(d)    The doctor was very wise.

(e)    He became bulky and could not do anything.

(f)    There was once an idle king.

(g)    He did not prescribe any medicine.

(h)    He called in a doctor.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8           

(a)    The Mayor and the Councillors talked about the problem.

(b)    At that moment there was a knock at the door.

(c)    It became full of rats.

(d)    But they could not find a way out.

(e)    The people of the town came to the Town Hall.

(f)    They said to the Mayor to do something about rats.

(g)    The Mayor called a meeting of the councilors.

(h)    A lot time ago the town of Hamelin in Germany was faced with a great problem.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    The old woman was very good and kind.

(b)    One day Taimur became very hungry.

(c)    She was very moved to hear Taimur’s word.

(d)    He was moving here and there in search of food.

(e)    He asked her to give him something to eat.

(f)    He did not get anything to eat.

(g)    He came to a house.

(h)    An old woman lived in the house.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    They can only reflect the sun light.

(b)    Planets are not stars.

(c)    Their number is nine.

(d)    It is often called the ‘Evening slar’.

(e)    Venus is one of them.

(f)    It has a light.

(g)    It is a beautiful planet.

(h)    They have no light of their own.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    It was named after an English man named George Everest.

(b)    There might be snow slides and cracks under ice and snow.

(c)    Mount Everest has always fascinated climbers.

(d)    Mount Everest is in the Himalayan Mountains.

(e)    Is in-the north of India, between Tibet and Nepal.

(f)    He was the first to survey the Himalayas.

(g)    It is difficult and dangerous because there is snow all over.

(h)    But climbing the Everest is difficult and dangerous.

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    One said, “I have lost my husband.”

(b)    A poor woman once came to Buddha.

(c)    Another said, our youngest child died last year.

(d)    The hole man was touched by the great sorrow of the woman.

(e)    The sorrowful mother went from door to door seeking the mustard seeds but at every door she met with sad replies.

(f)    She asked him whether he could give her any medicine to restore her dead child to life.

(g)    He told her to bring a handful of mustard seeds from a house where death had never entered.

(h)    He told her that there was only one medicine which could revive her son.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    He had ammunition business at Leningrad.

(b)    He undertook plan to give an award for encouraging the creative work.

(c)    Dr. Alfred Nobel was born on 21st October, 1833 at Stockholm, Sweden.,

(d)    He earned a lot of money from his dynamite business.

(e)    He was an engineer.

(f)    His father Emanuel Nobel was an architect and researcher.

(g)    In 1850 Alfred joined his father’s company.

(h)    After some years Alfred Nobel invented dynamite.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    She had exhausted all her pocket money once in buying some gifts.

(b)    But she had no money left.

(c)    Queen Victoria was taught economical habits when she was a girl.

(d)    She was not permitted to exceed it.

(e)    She thought it would be just the very thing for him.

(f)    Suddenly she remembered she should but gift for another cousin.

(g)    She had a set allowance for pocket money.

(h)    She saw a box marked half crown.

 

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    But unfortunately he was defeated in a battle.

(b)    Then he was taken prisoner.

(c)    He was brought before Alexander.

(d)    Then he came to the plain of the Punjab.

(e)    Alexander, the King of Macedon, crossed the Khyber Pass and reached India.

(f)    There ruled a king called Purus.

(g)    He wanted to attack the land of Purus.

(h)    Purus came forward with his men and arms to defend his land from the attack of Alexander.

 

 

  1. Read the following sentences and put them in correct order. 1×8=8

(a)    His father Tamij Uddin was a Police officer.

(b)    He was born at a village in Kishoregonj in 1914.

(c)    So he drew pictures secretly.

(d)    Do you know Joynul Abedin?

(e)    He was in search of an art school there.

(f)    At the age of fifteen, he went to Kolkata.

(g)    He was an artist.

(h)    He did not like the hard fast rule of schools.

 

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