আসসালামু আলাইকুম, কেমন আছেন সবাই? আজকের আর্টিকেলে অষ্টম শ্রেণির ইংরেজি প্রশ্নের উত্তর – Class 8 English Question & Answer শেয়ার করা হবে। কথা না বাড়িয়ে তাহলে চলুন শুরু করি।
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অষ্টম শ্রেণির ইংরেজি প্রশ্নের উত্তর
Rend the text and answer questions 1 and 2.
Folk songs are songs sung in the traditional style of a community or country. Here the traditional style includes the themes, words, and tunes of the songs that have existed for a long time among the common people. We have a rich history and collection of folk songs in Bangladesh. Or them Palligiti , Bhatiali, Bhawaiya, Jari, Sari, Gambhira, Lalongiti . Palagaan and songs of Hason Raja are very popular. The traditional musical instruments are usually played with these songs.
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.
(a) The word ‘tune’ means –
(b) Folk songs are usually sung by the —
iii. common mass iv. students
(c) What does the word ‘theme’ refer to?
(d) Folk singers simply use — instruments for music.
(e) ‘exist’ refers to —
(f) Folk songs are — much by the common people.
(g) The word ‘traditional’ refers to –
2. Answer the following questions from your reading of the above text.
(a) Why are the traditional musical instruments usually played with folk songs?
(b) What type of instruments are used in our folk songs?
(c) What do you mean by the word, ‘traditional?
(d) How is the status of our folk songs in history?
3. Read the following text and fill in the gaps with contextually appropriate words.
Folk songs have enriched our culture tremendously. The (a) —- styles are followed in themes, words and (b) —- of these songs In the minds of common people the folk songs have (c) —- for a long time. The history and (d) —- of folk songs in our country are very rich. The most (e) —- songs are Palligiti, Bhatiali, Bhawaiya, Jari, Sari, Lalongiti, etc.
Read the following text carefully and answer questions no. 4 and 5.
The Padma Bridge is a multipurpose road-rail bridge across the Padma River. The construction of the bridge started in November 2014 and is supposed to be completed by June 2021. When completed it will be the largest bridge in Bangladesh. It will connect Mawa of Munshiganj to Jajira of Shariatpur, linking the southwest of the country, to the northern and eastern regions. The Padma Bridge will play a very important role in the economic development of the country. Padma Bridge is the most challenging construction project in the history of Bangladesh. The two-level steel truss bridge will carry a four-lane highway on the upper level and a single track railway on the lower level. The length of the bridge will be 6.24 km while the width will be 18.8 m. The bridge will have a total of 42 pillars. Steel spans will be placed on the pillars. The bridge will have a total of 41 spans. As of October 2020, the construction of 42 pillars out of 42 has been completed. A total of 35 spans out of 41 have been installed. The original cost of the bridge was estimated tk. 10,161 crore in 2007 on the basis of the feasibility study. After several revisions, the cost rose to tk. 30,191 crore. The project is funded by the Government of Bangladesh. The Padma Bridge will connect the country’s southwestern region with the capital via road and rail. Once in service, the 6.24 km-long bridge will connect the capital with 21 southwestern districts. It is expected that the bridge will boost the country’s GDP by 1.2 percent.
4. Complete the following table with the information given in the passage.
|The Padma Bridge|
|Specialty||The longest bridge in Bangladesh.|
|Main Purpose||Linking the (i) —- to northern and eastern regions.|
|The construction work||started||(ii) —-||to connect the capital with south western districts.|
|10,161 crore tk||(iii) —-||in 2007||to implement the bridge.|
|(iv) —-||is funding the project||simultaneously||to avoid complexity in funding|
|The bridge||is to be opened||(v) —-||to be used publicly.|
5. Read the passage again and write True or False. Besides the following statements. Give an answer for the false statements.
(a) The Padma Bridge is the shortest bridge in Bangladesh.
(b) The construction work is to be completed this year
(c) The Padma Bridge is a challenging construction project for Bangladesh.
(d) The bridge will have a total of 14 spans.
(e) There has been no revision regarding the cost estimation of the bridge.
6. Read the text below and fill in the gaps using clues from the boxes. There are more words than necessary.
Style in clothing (a) —- more rapidly because of fashion than because of (b) —- and necessity. Why are (c) —- short one year and long the (d) —- The weather doesn’t (e) —- that much from year to year. You (f) —- try to explain changes in fashion using (g) —- reasons. But actually the (h) —- is that the need for variety and the (i) -— to be different are more (j) —-.
7. Read the text below and fill in the gaps using suitable words to make it a meaningful text.
Bangladesh is a (a) —- child of nature. Nature has (b) —- our country with (c) —- beauties. But now these beauties are (d) —- shrunk for the (e) —- of unwise people.
8. Match the part of sentences from columns A and B to make five complete sentences. Column B has one more option than required.
|(a) A king declared a rich prize||i. for the competition|
|(b) A date was fixed||ii. taken before the king.|
|(c) Applicants were enlisted||iii. for the teller of the biggest lie.|
|(d) They were all||iv. taken for execution.|
|(e) They tried their||v. best to tell bigger|
|vi. serially for the competition|
9. Read the text below and fill in the gaps with the root words in the brackets adding suitable suffixes, prefixes, or both.
A good teacher is an (a) – (act). He/She presents a lesson in a (b) – (artist) way that makes the lesson lively. His/Her technique of teaching makes a lesson interesting even to the students who are (c) (interested. The students who are (d) — (interested) in the class are made interested by imparting education (c) (artistic). A good teacher should also be a (1) — (psychology). He/ She must have (g) – (capable) to read the minds of the students. And different (h) – (treat) must be suggested for different students. Another (i) — (importance) quality of a teacher is (j) –(tolerate).
10. Fill in the gaps in the following text with appropriate articles (a, an or the). Put a cross (x) where no article is used.
Bonsai is (a) — art of growing trees and other plants in small containers is such (b) — way that it becomes (c) – miniature of (d) — read-tree. (e) – Bonsai tree may be 10 years old and have (f) height of one foot only. (g) art of Bonsai originated perhaps more than 1000 years ago in China. It is different from normal pot planting as it is considered as (h) — art form. A Bonsai tree is shaped to remain small but still has (i) appearance of (j) — large tree.
11. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets.
(a) Science is a blessing for us. (Make it a Negative Sentence) (b) The Chairman of our school inaugurated the fair. (Make it a Passive Sentence) (c) The projects were very innovative. (Make it an Exclamatory Sentence) (d) Everyone praised us for our innovative projects. (Make it an Interrogative Sentence) (e) We were also praised by the judges. (Make it an Active Sentence)
12. Rewrite the following passage changing the form of speech:
5 Mithun said, “What! Have you once again forgotten to bring you admit card? What do you do all day long? Can’t you keep your necessary papers ready before coming to the exam hall?” All the time, Jibon said nothing. He stood dumb. Then he said, “I’m extremely sorry, sir.”
13. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.
in 1952 the brave sons of our motherland laid down their lives to protect the interest of our mother tongue since then we have been observing this day as shaheed day but in 1999 unesco declared this day as international mother language day
14. Suppose, you are Shaheen and your intimate friend is Mamun. Your hobby is gardening. He wants to talk to you about gardening. Now, make a dialogue between you and your friend about gardening.
15. Write an e-mail to the manager of a hotel named a Hotel Cox Today in Cox’s Bazar requesting him to cancel your reservation of the room. The e-mail can be sent to cox_hotel@gmail. In your e-mail, you should include:
- a subject line
- salutation/ greetings
- why do you want to cancel the reservation
- a closing mark and your name.
(a) iv. melody (b) iii. common mass (c) ii. subject (d) i. local (e) ii. remain (f) iv. liked (g) iii. Conventional
(a) Folk songs are sung in the traditional style of a community. The traditional style includes the themes, words and tunes of the songs. So the traditional musical instruments are usually played with folk songs.
(b) Traditional instruments are used in our folk songs.
(c) By the word ‘traditional’ we mean ways, behaviour, activities etc continued in a group of people or society for a long time.
(d) In our history folk songs have a very high status.
(a) traditional (b) tunes (c) existed (d) collection (e) popular
(i) southwest (ii) November 2014 (iii) was estimated as the original cost (iv) Bangladesh Government (v) by June 2021
(a) False. The Padma Bridge is the longest bridge in Bangladesh.
(b) False. The construction work is to be completed next year.
(c) True. (d) False. The bridge will have a total of 41 spans.
(e) False. There have been several revisions regarding the cost estimation of the bridge.
(a) changes (b) comfort (c) dresses (d) next (e) vary (f) might (g) practical (h) answer (i) desire (j) important
(a) darling (b) bestowed (c) numerous (d) being (e) activities
(a) +iii A king declared a rich prize for the teller of biggest lie.
(b) +i A date was fixed for the completion.
(c) + vi Applicants were enlisted serially for the competition.
(d) + ii They were all taken before the king.
(e) + v They tried their best to tell bigger lies.
(a) actor (b) artistic (c) uninterested (d) uninterested (e) artistically (f) psychologist (g) capability (h) treatment (i) important (j) tolerance
(a) an (b) a (c) the (d) a (e) A (f) a (g) The (h) an (i) the (j) a
(a) Science is not a curse for us. (b) The fair was inaugurated by the Chairman of our school. (c) How innovative the projects were! (d) Didn’t everyone praise us for our innovative projects? (e) The judges also praised us.
Mithun shouted to Jibon because he (J) had once again forgotten to bring his (J) admit card and asked him what he (J) did all day long. He again asked him if he (J) couldn’t keep his (J) necessary papers ready before coming to the exam hall. But all the time Jibon had said nothing. He had stood dumb. Then he politely apologized to Mithun.
In 1952 the brave sons of our motherland laid down their lives to protect the interest of our mother tongue. Since then, we have been observing this day as Shaheed Day. But in 1999, UNESCO declared this day International Mother Language Day.
আশাকরি অষ্টম শ্রেণির ইংরেজি প্রশ্নের উত্তর নিয়ে আজকের আর্টিকেল টি আপনাদের ভালো লেগেছে। ভালো লাগলে আমাদের সাথেই থাকুন। ভালো থাকবেন সবাই, ধন্যবাদ।