আসসালামু আলাইকুম, কেমন আছেন সবাই? আজকের আর্টিকেলে সপ্তম শ্রেণির ইংরেজি প্রশ্ন উত্তর – Class 7 English Question & Answer শেয়ার করা হবে। কথা না বাড়িয়ে তাহলে চলুন শুরু করি।
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সপ্তম শ্রেণির ইংরেজি প্রশ্ন উত্তর
Read the text and answer questions 1 & 2.
Mrs. Nazma and Mr. Joynul Ali live in a small village with their daughters, Mitu aged 7, and Nitu aged 5. Joynul is a carpenter. He is hired by the villagers to make chairs, tables, pira (low stool), and other furniture. He is also asked to do small repair work. But Joynul does not find work every day. He lives from hand to mouth. Nazma does all the work at home from morning to night, rain or shine. Sometimes she sits with Mitu and Nitu and teaches them Bangla and English alphabet and some numbers.
They do not go to school. Nazma could study only up to class 5. Joynul is illiterate. One day Joynul looked for work in his village and in the next village. But his luck did not favor him. He was angry-angry with everybody. When he was back home, Nazma failed to serve his meal.
That made him shout at Nazma. “I had a severe headache and a fever,” said Nazma. Joynul was trembling with anger. “The cooking is almost done. Wash your hands and feet. I’ll bring the food soon,” she said. “Soon! It will take ages!” Joynul shouted wildly. “What do you do the whole day at home? I work and earn money to run the family. You can’t even cook my meals in time!” “I don’t earn money, but I also run the family. I do all the work at home-cooking, cleaning, washing, husking, taking care of the children- everything.” said Nazma, “Remember, you work for money but my work in the home can make the family stick together and make it happy.
So both types of work are equally important.” Never before has Joynul thought about these things. He feels guilty. Never before has he looked at Nazma with so much admiration and gratitude.
1. Now choose the correct answer to each question from the alternatives given and write the corresponding number of the answers in your answer script.
i. Joynul Ali is hired by the villagers to
(a) play football
(b) waste time
(C) make necessary furniture
(d) gossip with them
Answer: (C) make necessary furniture
ii. Nazma does all the work at home
(a) from morning to afternoon
(b) from morning to noon
(c) all day long
(d) from afternoon tonight
Answer: (c) all day long
iii. Why did Jounul work hard?
(a) to make the family backward
(b) to break up the family
(c) to ruin the family
(d) to run the family smoothly
Answer: (d) to run the family smoothly
iv. Nazma’s work at home could
(a) make the family stick together
(b) make them happy enough
(c) make them poor
(d) make the family sorrowful
Answer: (a) make the family stick together
V. Finally, Joynul looked at Nazma
(a) with admiration and gratitude
(b) with hatred
(c) with bravery
Answer: (a) with admiration and gratitude
2. Give short answers to the following questions.
(a) ‘He lives from hand to mouth’. Who is referred to in this sentence? How is his family going on?
(b) When does Nazma sit with her daughters and why?
Answer: Sometimes she sits with Mitu and Nitu and teaches them Bangla and English alphabet and some numbers.
(c) What should all members of a family do?
Answer: parents are expected to teach, discipline, and provide for their children. And children are expected to cooperate and respect their parents. As family members age, they take on additional roles, such as becoming a spouse, parent, or grandparent.
(d) What is Mr Joynul Ali?
Answer: Mr. Joynul Ali is a carpenter.
(e) What does Joynul usually make?
Answer: Joynul usually makes chairs, tables, pira (low stool), and other furniture.
3. Read the text and answer the following question.
In 1757 Sirajuddaula was defeated in the battle of Plassey and consequently the British established their rule in India. After 190 years, India and Pakistan came into being as independent states. During this long period of time, lots of movements went on. In 1763 Mir Kashim tried to bring back freedom but failed. In 1765 Robert Clive became the Governor of Bengal for the second time and directly made arrangements to be the ruler of Bengal and made the Nawab powerless. In 1786 Lord Cornwallis was appointed Governor of Bengal. He tried to make a settlement of land with the Zamindars. In 1773 Bengal fully went under British rule through Regulating Act in the British Parliament. Then many Governors came to India and brought the whole subcontinent under their rule. In 1857 the ‘Great Sepoy Mutiny took place but ended in smoke. In 1858 the British Governor took the administration of India directly. At this, the Muslims and the Hindus realized that they had to proceed in a planned way to achieve independence. Following the way, in 1885 Indian National Congress was formed. On December 31, 1906, the All India Muslim League was formed. Since then both the parties jointly marched for independence.
Complete the following table with the information given in the passage.
|Who/ What||Position/ Activity||Place||Time|
|British||(i) —–||Bengal||in 1757|
|Robert Clive||Governor for the 2nd time||(ii) —–||in 1765|
|(iii) —–||appointed as Governor||Bengal||in 1786|
|Sepoy Mutiny||Bengal||(iv) —–|
|Indian National Congress||(V) —–||Bengal||in 1885|
4. Write a paragraph on “Load-shedding” by answering the following questions:
(i) What is load shedding?
(ii) Why does it occur? What are the causes of load shedding?
(iii) How does it cause great harm to us?
(iv) What are the effects of load shedding?
(v) How can we solve this problem?
Load shedding (load-shedding) is a way to distribute the demand for electrical power across multiple power sources. When the demand for electricity exceeds the available supply, planned supply interruptions may have to be carried out. It is a controlled way of rotating the available electricity between all Eskom customers. Several factors can lead to load shedding, including extreme weather, sharply increased electric demand, unplanned generation plant outages, transmission constraints, unexpected damage to equipment, unavailability of purchasing power, or a combination of these situations. Load shedding is also associated with an interruption in water supply for households that access piped water from the local municipality. In such instances, it usually falls upon the women household members to ferry water from alternative sources. This adds to the labor burden of women, and a re-allocation of chores. “Load shedding affects the clinic reception areas,” Mamkeli explained that folders take much longer to locate, folders cannot be created in the system, staff cannot print labels, staff cannot access the laboratory results electronically, and staff cannot capture the work done until power is restored. The power sector in Bangladesh could be considered a success story. The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) recognize energy as a key enabler for development (cf. Goal 7). Bangladesh and all SDG participants have promised to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy services for all by 2030. And Bangladesh appears to be ahead of the game.
5. Fill in the gaps with a, an, or the, and put a cross (x) where no article is needed.
A brilliant student is (a) —- asset. One day he may be an engineer or an M.B.B.S doctor. He makes (b) —- best use of his time. He makes a proper Division of his time and does his duties accordingly. He knows that youth is the golden period of life. He has (c) —- aim in life. He knows that a life without (d) —- aim is like a ship without (e) —- rudder.
Answer: (a) an; (b) the; (c) an; (d) an; (e) ×;
6. Fill in the gaps with the right forms of verbs in the brackets. Question cand e have special instructions in the brackets for the use of verbs.
Dr. Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Bank (a) —– (emerge) as the winners of the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize for their pioneering work in (b —– (lend) money to the poor. The Grameen Bank project (C) —– (‘become’ in the perfect tense) is a model for so many developed and developing countries of the world. Dr. Yunus (d) —– (discover) that only a very small amount of interest-free loan can be offered to the poorest womenfolk to break the vicious cycle of poverty. Money (e) —– (‘change’ in the negative) them. The loan amount will only be a weapon to fight against poverty.
7. Read the following text and change the sentences as directed.
(a) The Padma is a big river. (Make it Negative)
(b) It becomes emulated during summer. (Make it Interrogative)
(c) During the rainy season, it assumes a terrible shape. (Make it Negative)
(d) Who doesn’t know this? (Make it Affirmative)
(e) How devastating the river is! (Make it Assertive)
8. Use appropriate punctuation marks and capital letters where necessary.
The boy said to his mother my shirt is torn I need a new one the mother said I will buy a new shirt for you. concentrate on your study first I will the boy promised
আশাকরি সপ্তম শ্রেণির ইংরেজি প্রশ্ন উত্তর নিয়ে আজকের আর্টিকেল টি আপনাদের ভালো লেগেছে। ভালো লাগলে আমাদের সাথেই থাকুন। ভালো থাকবেন সবাই, ধন্যবাদ।