Class Seven English 2nd Paper Model Test (11-15)

Section A: Grammar (Marks-30)

  1. Fill in the gaps with a, an or the and put a cross (×) where no article is needed. 0.5 × 8 = 4

Jabed : Hello, Abed, how are you? I think and enjoyed (a)——  exciting cricket match yesterday.

Abed  : Oh! It was (b)—— interesting game indeed. I think it is now a very popular game all over (c)—— world.

Jabed : What is your impression about the match that was held between Bangladesh and Pakistan?

Abed  : It leaves (d)—— excellent impression. Really I’m deeply impressed to see (e)—— performance of our players.

Jabed : Yes, it is (f)—— amazing surprise that Bangladesh beat the Ex-world champion Pakistan.

Abed  : Of course, you know, Pakistan is one of (g)—— well-known teams in the cricket world and they are defeated by us.

Jabed : However, (h)—— Bangladesh Cricket Team is going to be more powerful.

Abed  : Yes, I agree.

Jabed : Now let’s wait and see.

Abed  : Okay. Thank you.

Jabed : Okay. Bye.

  1. Redwan is writing a letter to his friend. Choose the correct preposition from the box and fill in the gaps. 0.5 × 8 = 4
on from by about with of × 2 to

My dear Ratul,

I have got a letter (a) —— you. Hope you are well. I am fine too. Today I shall tell you (b) —— an interesting choice (c)        —— mine. If I am ever able to buy a mechanical vehicle, I will buy a car. A car is my delight. I will go (d) —— world tour riding the car. The car will enable me to go anywhere and to see anything. Moreover a car is a matter (e) —— social prestige. If I am seen (f) —— people driving a car of my own they will respect me. Besides I will be able to help my family members to go anywhere. We really need a car. But we do not have. If I am able to buy a car, the dream will come true (g) —— me.

Wishing your best luck. I finish here (h) —— lots of love.

Your loving friend,

Redwan.

  1. Complete the text using the words in the box as needed. 0.5 × 10 = 5
necessary come and tomorrow going
place our picnic join have

My dear Torun,

I am well and hope that you are also well. I have (a) —— to know that your annual examination will be over by (b) ——.You will be glad to know that we are (c) —— to enjoy a picnic at Sonargaon. It is a (d) —— of great historical interest. We are going to have this (e) —— on the 5th February. We are already six and if you (f) —— us, we shall be seven.

We shall carry everything with us (g) —— for that day. We expect to (h) —— a very pleasure time. I hope that you will join us (i) —— increase (j) —— pleasure.

  1. Make four sentences from the following substitution table. 1 × 4 = 4
Education is in life without education.
Nobody can broadens our outlook too.
It succeed often compared to light.
    the backbone of a nation.
  1. Read the following text and change the sentences as directed. 1 × 5 = 5

(a) Everybody knows a postman. (Make it passive) (b) He is a familiar figure. (Make it negative) Everyday we see him when he goes in a Khaki dress. He delivers letters, money orders, parcels, etc to the addresses. (c) His responsibility is not insignificant. (Make it affirmative) (d) But he is a low paid employee. (Make it interrogative) (e) He is punctual and sincere in his work. (Make it negative)

  1. Fill in the gaps with the right form of verbs in the brackets. Question d and f have special instructions in the brackets for the use of verbs. 0.5 × 8 = 4

Patriotism (a)― (be) a noble virtue. It (b)― (inspire) a man to shed last drop of blood to (c)― (defend) the freedom of his country. A true patriot is (d)― (‘honour’ in the passive) by all. He thinks for the welfare of his country. On the other hand, an unpatriotic man (e)― (think) only of his own interest. A man without patriotism (f)― (‘be’ in the negative) a good citizen. Those who die for the country (g)― (be) true patriots. They are (h) ― (remember) even after their death.

  1. Use appropriate punctuation marks and capital letters where necessary. 0.5 × 8 = 4

a fruit seller asked the customer which fruits he wanted to buy and said that he had apples from Australia oranges from Darjeeling grapes from Kashmir the customer aksed him what fruits of our country he had the seller replied that he had coconuts guavas and jackfruits.

Section B : Composition – 20

  1. Write an e-mail to the railway booking clerk asking him to reserve a seat for you in 150 words.                                                                           08
  2. Write a composition on “A Village Market” in 200 words. Include the following points. 12

(a)  What is a village market?      (c) Things sold in a market.

(b)  Types of a village market.      (d) Atmosphere and usefulness.

 [Answer all the questions. Figures in the margin indicate full marks]

Section A: Grammar (Marks-30)

  1. Fill in the gaps with a, an or the and put a cross (×) where no article is needed. 0.5 × 8 = 4

Rasul     : What are you reading, Mostofa?

Mostofa  : I’m reading about (a) —— Wright brothers.

Rasul     : Who are they?

Mostofa  : You don’t know. They are (b) —— first to make experiment of flying in (c) —— plane.

Rasul     : Really? When was it?

Mostofa  : December 17, 1903.

Rasul     : What are Boeing and Airbus?

Mostofa  : These are modern passenger airplanes.

Rasul     : Oh, I see.

Mostofa  : Have you heard about (e) —— Concorde?

Rasul     : No, Is it (f)——aircraft?

Mostofa  : Yes, It’s (g) —— world’s supersonic passenger aircraft.

Rasul     : What’s its speed?

Mostofa  : 2,170 km/h.

Rasul     : Thanks (h) —— lot.

Mostofa  : Welcome.

  1. Maruf is writing a letter to his friend describing the historical Shat Gambuj Mosque. Choose the correct preposition from the box and fill in the gaps. 0.5 × 8 = 4
about to × 2 of × 3 in by

My dear Hasib,

Your letter is just (a) —— hand. In your last letter, you wanted to know about my recent visit (b) —— the historical Shat Gambuj Mosque. Here is a short description (c) —— it.

It was the last summer vacation. I got an opportunity. We, some friends decided to visit Bagerhat, a historical place. We went to Bagerhat (d) —— bus. It took eight hours to reach there. We stayed there one day. Bagerhat is a great historical place.

There, we saw many things related (e) —— history. We saw the Mazar (f) —— Khan Jahan Ali, the famous saint, the Dighi (g) —— Khan Jahan Ali, the Ghora Dighi and many other things. The Shat Gambuj Mosque is a World Heritage Site. Actually whatever I saw I was charmed. But the thing that impressed me much is the Shat Gambuj Mosque. The memory still haunts me. It is a red letter day (h) —— my travel life.

With best regards and love to you.

Yours Maruf

  1. Complete the text using the words in the box as needed. 0.5 ×10 = 5
many going great old historical
visit Museum born modern capital

My dear Moznu,

I got your letter yesterday. In it you wanted to know all about my experiences that I gathered from my (a) —— to Dhaka. Well, here it is:

You know that I was (b) —— and brought up in Rajshahi. So, I had a desire to visit Dhaka, the (c) —— city of Bangladesh. In the last summer vacation, I got an opportunity for (d)     —— to Dhaka with my father. Dhaka is an (e) —— city but there are many interesting places. Of them I visited Ahsan Monjil. Sador ghat, Lalbagh Fort, Bara Katara, Chhoto Katara. Hussaini Dalan etc. These are of great (f) —— importance. In new Dhaka. I saw (g) —— big and beautiful (h) —— buildings. I also visited Songsad Bhaban, National (i) ——, Shishu Park, Dhaka Stadium, Mirpur Zoo and Botanical Garden and etc. These are important places of Dhaka city. This visit gave me (j) —— pleasure.

Yours ever,

Mahin

  1. Make four sentences from the following substitution table. 1 × 4 = 4
21st February is to observe the day at the Shaheed Minar.
This day goes kept half flying.
Everyone   declared the International Mother Language Day.
The National Flag   also called Shaheed Dibosh.
  1. Read the following text and change the sentences as directed. 1 × 5 = 5

(a) The crow is the most common of all birds in Bangladesh. (Use comparatgive degree) (b) It is ugly to look at. (Make it negative) Two kinds of crow are usually seen— the raven and the carrion. (c) The raven is bigger than the carrion. (Use positive degree) But the carrion is more common than the raven. The crow is of some use to us. (d) It keeps the environment clean (Make it passive). It is very clever and greedy. Its voice is harsh. It is ugly and wicked. (e) Nobody likes it. (Make it interrogative). But they do good to us.

  1. Fill in the gaps with the right form of verbs in the brackets. Question f has special instruction in the bracket for the use of verb. 0.5 × 8 = 4

Dear Tapashi,

What are you (a)― (do) now? Are you (b)― (waste) your time in vain? You must (c)― (realize) that time (d)― (be) a major factor in (e)― (build) up a successful career. So you (f)― (‘should waste’ in the negative) your valuable time in vain. You should bear in mind that time and tide (g)― (wait) for none. Ok, if you are totally free now, you may (h)― (come) to me in Dhaka. Best wishes.

Your friend,

Salman

  1. Use appropriate punctuation marks and capital letters where necessary. 0.5 × 8 = 4

ms tamanna mahamud the class teacher has just entered the classroom she is now talking to the students why is the classroom so dirty asked in Tamanna.

Section B : Composition – 20

  1. Suppose, you want to participate in an Essay Writing Competition organized by ‘The Daily Star’. Now, write an e-mail to the editor requesting him/her to send you the guidelines and other details of those competition in 150 words.       08
  2. Write a composition on “Your Favourite Hobby” in 200 words. Include the following points. 12

(a)  What is hobby?                     (c) Reasons behind your choice.

(b)  Usefulness and kinds of hobbies.                                         (d)      How should hobby be taken?

 

Section A: Grammar (Marks-30)

  1. Fill in the gaps with a, an or the and put a cross (×) where no article is needed. 0.5 × 8 = 4

Mr. Grasshopper                                                                             :      Hello, my dear friend, take (a) —— break. You have been working hard since morning.

Mr. Ant            : Sorry to say but I don’t have much time to take (b) —— rest and chat with you.

Mr. Grasshopper                                                                             :      Why? Is there (c) —— urgent necessity.

Mr. Ant            : Yes. I’ve many (d) —— works to do.

Mr. Grasshopper                                                                             :      For example.

Mr. Ant            : You know I have (e)      —— agriculture field to water and harvest crops and to put them safely in my house and so on.

Mr. Grasshopper                                                                             :      Don’t you ever stop your work? Don’t you eat?

Mr. Ant            : I stop my work and eat, but I take (f) —— very little time do that. I don’t want to waste my time.

Mr. Grasshopper       :         What are (g) —— benefits of working so hard and so fast? You have enough time to rest. Enjoy your (h) —— life, my friend!

Mr. Ant            : Well, I will enjoy after finishing my work.

  1. Zoyeeti is writing a letter to her friend about what she usually does on a holiday. Choose the correct preposition from the box and fill in the gaps. 0.5 × 8 = 4
for × 2 about with × 2 on to × 2

My dear Subanna,

Your letter is just to hand. In your last letter, you wanted to know about what I usually do (a) —— my holiday. Here is a description for you.

I start my morning (b) —— morning prayer. Then I go out (c) —— a walk. Then I read books for two hours. I take my breakfast (d) —— other members. Then I go out (e)——sightseeing with my parents. I come home and go out for playing. In the evening I sit for reading. I read until 11 pm. I go (f) —— bed before 12. Thus I usually pass my holiday.

Give my salam to your parents and love (g) —— the younger. Hoping to know (h) ——  yours.

Yours ever,

Zoyeeti

  1. Complete the text using the words in the box as needed. 0.5 × 10 = 5
accept occasion and love fun
kind best party present really

Dear Ahsan,

Thank you so much for your (a) —— invitation to your birthday (b) ——. I think it will be (c) —— a very pleasant (d) —— to meet your cousins (e) —— friends and we will enjoy (f) —— and music. I heartily (g) —— your invitation and will be (h) —— in time.

I am keeping fit. Convey my (i) —— regards to your parents and (j) —— to the youngers.

Yours ever,

Nabin.

  1. Make four sentences from the following substitution table. 1 × 4 = 4
Newspaper gives useful to all sections of people.
It shows us news of home and abroad.
  is called the storehouse of knowledge.
    us the outside world like a mirror.
  1. Read the following text and change the sentences as directed. 1 × 5 = 5

Raja Mia is a poor man of Rasulpur. (a) He is the oldest man in his village. (Use positive degree) (b) He is so weak that he cannot walk. (Make it affirmative) Losing all belongings, he has now become a helpless person. He had no one to help. (c) He does not beg. (Make it interrogative) He passes his days almost without food. (d) His neighbours are poor. (Make it negative) (e) We should take care of him. (Make it passive)

  1. Fill in the gaps with the right form of verbs in the brackets. Question d and h have special instructions in the brackets for the use of verbs. 0.5 × 8 = 4

Health (a)― (be) the precondition of our body and mind. It may be good or bad. Good health (b)― (mean) healthy body free from diseases. To keep ourselves healthy, we have to (c)― (do) certain things. We (d) —— (‘should eat’ in the negative) junk food. Walking is a good excercise. It (e) —— (develop) our body and (f)― (refresh) our mind. It is beneficial to health. One can take fresh air and enjoy the beauty of nature if one (g)― (walk) in the early morning. So walking should be (h)― (‘form’ in the passive) as a habit by people of all ages.

  1. Use appropriate punctuation marks and capital letters where necessary. 0.5 × 8 = 4

salam asked kamal what his programme was after the examination kamal replied the he had not yet decided and asked whether he could suggest any then Salam suggested him going on a picnic.

Section B : Composition – 20

  1. Suppose, you want to make a foreign tour on holidays. Now, write an e-mail to the Manager of a travel agency asking for the details about holiday packages in 150 words.                                                                                       08
  2. Write a composition on “Your School” in 200 words. Include the following points. 12

(a)  Name of the school.               (d) Headmaster and the teachers.

(b)  Structure of the school.         (e) Facilities and Result of School.

(c)  Decoration, shift.

Section A: Grammar (Marks-30)

  1. Fill in the gaps with a, an or the and put a cross (×) where no article is needed. 0.5 × 8 = 4

Farid :  Habib, how are you?

Habib   :      I am fine. (a) —— piece of news has delighted me most.

Farid :  What is it?

Habib   :                          Malala has won (b) —— Nobel Peace Prize.

Farid :  It is really brave. She deserves the Nobel Prize.

Habib   : I also think so. The contribution that she has made in (c) —— field of female education is really immense.

Farid :  Of course. The bravery that she demonstrates against the Taliban threat is (d) —— appreciable work.

Habib   : Actually she has proved that no hindrance can stand against determination.

Farid :  Exactly. Pakistan lags far behind in female education owing to some rooted superstition and prejudices of (e) —— patriarchal society.

Habib   : I also think so. But Malala’s Nobel Prize will be (f) —— inspiration to (g) —— women in Pakistan and all over the world.

Farid :  I really feel (h) —— proud of Malala.

Habib   :                                                                                Me too.

  1. Sumonto is writing a letter to his pen friend Tonmoy. Choose the correct preposition from the box and fill in the gaps. 0.5 × 8 = 4
from of into to in × 4

Dear Tonmoy,

I am happy to receive your letter. In your letter you wanted to know about a village market of Bangladesh. I am writing about it.

A village market is an important place (a) —— the villagers. The villagers buy and sell their daily necessaries (b) —— a village market. A village market generally sits (c) —— an open place of the village. Usually a village market is divided (d) —— three sections-open space, temporary shops and permanent shops. Vegetable, milk, fish, fruit, curry and other essential things are sold (e) —— the open space. (f) —— the grocers’ people buy oil, salt, onion, garlic, ginger, pulse etc. A village market is very useful and important (g) —— the life of the villagers. Here they meet their kith and kin and variety (h) —— people.

Yours ever,

Sumonto.

  1. Complete the text using the words in the box as needed. 0.5 × 8 = 4
certainly important secured family thousand
final examination highly send necessity

My dear father,

I am very glad to learn from your letter that you are all well in the (a) —— . The result of my (b) —— examination has been published. You will (c) —— be happy that I have (d) —— GPA-5 in all subjects in the (e) —— . All the teachers praised me (f) ——. My teachers have suggested to purchase some (g) —— books. I also feel the (h) —— of those books. They will cost about one (i)—— taka. Please (j) —— me the money as soon as possible.

With best regard to you and love to all.

Your loving,

Parven.

  1. Make four sentences from the following substitution table. 1 × 4 = 4
Trees think also a great source of food and vitamins.
They play of our life without trees.
We cannot save an important role in our life.
  are us from flood and many other natural calamities.
  1. Read the following text and change the sentences as directed. 1 × 5 = 5

Kamal is a student of Kustia Zilla School. (a) It is one of the oldest schools. (Make positive degree) (b) The result of the school is satisfactory. (Make it negative) (c) The teaching staff of this school are not unqualified. (Make it affirmative) (d) The school is very beautiful to look at. (Make it interrogative) (e) Rahim is proud of his school. (Make it interrogative)

  1. Fill in the gaps with the right form of verbs in the brackets. Question b and d have special instructions in the brackets for the use of verbs. 0.5 × 8 = 4

Man cannot live alone. So he (a)―(want) company. He (b)―(‘lead’ in the negative) his life without the help of others. For this reason man has been (c)―(live) together in the society. It is (d)―(‘call’ in the passive) social life. No one in the society can do whatever he (e)―(like). He has to (f)―(abide) by the rules and regulations of the society. People can make a happy community if they (g)―(be) obedient to rules and regulations. An honest and diligent man can (h)―(lead) a happy community or a nation.

  1. Use appropriate punctuation marks and capital letters where necessary. 0.5 × 8 = 4

“ladies and gentlemen welcome on board Flight BG 88 to singpore please faten your seatbelts and turn off all personal electronic devices” said the flight attendant.

Section B : Composition – 20

  1. Suppose, you want to buy a computer. Now, write an e-mail to a computer agency in response to an advertisement in the newspaper asking more information 150 words.                                                                                       08
  2. Write a composition on “Our Country” in 200 words. Include the following points. 12

(a)  History, location, area and People.                                        (d)      Seasons.

(b)  Agriculture.                           (e) Natural beauties.

(c)  Land of rivers.                       (f)  Culture and custom.

Section—A : Grammar (30 Marks)

  1. Fill in the gaps with a, an or the and put a cross (×) where no article is needed. 0.5 × 8 = 4

Habibur :                   I am worried about (a)― coming examination.

Aminul : (b) ― examination is always (c)― matter of anxiety.

Habibur :                         How are you getting on with (d)― studies?

Aminul : Quite nicely, but my preparation in (e)― English is not satisfactory.

Habibur : Only (f)― few days are left but I have to go (g)― long way.

Aminul : Don’t worry. You have completed all (h)― subjects earlier.

Habibur :                                          But I am forgetting everything.

  1. Rumki is writing to her friend about the sudden death of her grandmother. Choose the correct preposition from the box and fill in the gaps. 0.5 × 8 = 4
to × 2 after on of at from in

     Dear Jaya,

Everyday thousands (a)― people are dying (b)― earth. And thousands of people are losing  their beloved ones. I am very sad (c)― inform you that my grandmother Mrs. Noorjahan Begum is no more. As you know, she had been suffering (d)― asthma for the last two years. She was relased from a clinic (e)― a four-day stay. She seemed to be completely well (f)― that time. But alas! suddenly (g)― the next morning the breathing trouble started. We rushed her (h)― the hospital. But sadly, the duty doctor found her dead. Please pray for her departed soul.

Yours ever,

Rumki

  1. Complete the text using the words in the box as needed. 0.5 × 10 = 5
rectangular if example given used
ratio circle and that red

My dear Momo,

Hope, you are well. You have (a)—— description about your national flag. Now I am giving a description about our national flag.

Our national flag is (b)——in size. There is a red (c)—— in the middle of green background. The (d)—— of the length (e)― width of the flag is 10:6. Red and green colours are (f)—— in it. You are Japanese and I am Bangladeshi. Do you know (g)—— there is a similarity between your national flag and our national flag? For (h)——, there is a circle in the middle of your flag and our flag . Our circle is (i)—— in colour and your circle is also red in colour.

Please visit our country (j)—— you get a chance.

No more today,

Yours ever,

Tousif

  1. Make four sentences from the following substitution table. 0.5 × 10 = 5
Health enables a sound sleep.
It enjoy soundly.
A healthy man can sleep the man’s greatest wealth
An unhealthy man cannot is us to enjoy life.
  1. Read the following text and change the sentences as directed. 1 × 5 = 5

Cox’s Bazar is in the south of Bangladesh. (a) It is the longest sea beach of the world. (Use positive degree) (b) It is one of the most attractive places in Bangladesh. (Use comparative degree) (c) No other sea beach is as long as Cox’s Bazar. (Use superlative degree) (d) It is a beautiful place. (Make it interrogative) (e) Many people come to visit this place every year. (Make it interrogative).

  1. Fill in the gaps with the right form of verbs in the brackets. Question e and h special instructions in the brackets for the use of verbs. 0.5 × 8 = 4

Jute (a)― (be) a kind of fibre. It is the main cash crop of Bangladesh. It mainly (b)― (grow) in Bangladesh. It also grows in India, Thailand and China. It (c)― (help) us in many ways. It (d)― (play) an important role in our economy. Gunny bags, carpets, clothes, mats, ropes etc. are (e)― (‘make’ in the passive) from jute. Bangladesh (f)― (eran) much foreign exchange by exporting it. The Govt. should (g)― (take) more care for the increase of its production. So it is (h)― (‘call’ in the passive) the golden fibre of Bangladesh.

  1. Use appropriate punctuation marks and capital letters where necessary. 0.5 × 10 = 5

i asked jack what he was doing then he replied that he was watching an interesting programme on television i again asked him if he wasn’t wasting his time.

Section B : Composition – 20

  1. Suppose, your locality has been seriously damaged by a recent flood. Now, write an e-mail to the DC of your district for relief for the flood-affected people. 08
  2. Write a composition on “The Prize Giving Day” at your school in 200 words. Include the following points. 12

(a)  What happens on a prize-giving day?

(b)  Arrangements of the last prize-giving day of your school.

(c)  Who were the guests?

(d)  How was the function?

(e)  How was your feeling?

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