Sample Question Paper of English 1st & 2nd Class 6 (Six)
Model Question paper of English 1st Class 6 (six)
Subject: English 1st Paper
Class: SIX, Times: 2:30 Hours.
Full Marks: 80
Section–A: Reading Test(Total Marks 40)
1. Read the following text and answer the question that follows.
people often speak about the wonders of the past. Mostly they were huge buildings and constructions. They are awesome and fabulous, no doubt. But’ the wonders of the present world are also unbelievable. Read about the following recent innovations. The invention of the computer is very important in human life. It has changed the life style of people in the, world. We use it in every Sphere of our life. We can use it for studies, communication, watching movies, listening to music, playing games, etc. In a moment we can get information from any part of the world on the computer. People do not feel lonely as they can send emails to their friends and relatives. Some of their friend and relatives also live in far off countries. Even they can talk to than face to face on the skype. With computer a person can always keep himself updated. Everybody should learn to use the computer. In fact the computer has made people’s work easier and faster. At present it has become a part of our daily life
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. [0.5×10=5]
(1) In face, the computer has made people’s work easier and faster .The term in fact means ___.
(a) cordially (b) normally
(c) communicatively (d) really
(2) The wonders of the present world are ___.
(a) unbelievable (b) useable
(c) believable (d) relieveable
(3) We use ___ in every sphere of our life,
(a) computer (b) Internet
(c) projector (d) radio
(4) People do not feel lonely as they can send emails to their friends and relatives. Here the world ‘lonely’ means ___.
(a) simply (b) hardly
(c) alone (d) cloudy
(5) Computer is used ___ by people.
(a) locally (b) nationlly
(c) limitedly (d) globally
(6) Mostly they were huge buildings and constructions. Here the word ‘huge’ refers to ___.
(a) gigantic (b) tiny
(c) small (d) minute
(7) But the wonders the present world are also unbelievable. Here the word ‘unbelievable’ refers to ___.
(a) credible (b) believable
(c) incredible (d) imaginable
(8) The invention of the computer is very important in human life. Here the word ‘important’ refers to ___.
(a) rare (b) significant
(c) tough (d) higher
(9) They are awesome and fabulous. Here the word ‘fabulous’ refers to ___.
(a) fake (b) real
(c) artificial (d) wonderful
(10) Computer is used in ___ sector of human life.
(a) one (b) some
(c) every (d) few
2. Read the text and answer the following questions:[2×5=10]
I got your a central letter two days ago. But I was very busy here. so I’m late to reply.
Congo is a African country. There is violence among political groups. So our life here is very challenging. We maintain peace and security. We distribute food, water medicine to people. We sometimes build houses for them. We also teach children in small schools.
Last week I met an interesting young man here. His name is Gurmit Singh. He was born in India. In his early childhood he left for Singapore with his parents and went to a Singaporean School. After a few years, he moved to Denmark and completed his School education there. For graduation, he went to the US and got a university degree. Then he left for the UK and completed his master degree there.
Gurmit came to Congo to work for a voluntary organization. His main job is to look after children’s education in a community School. He belongs to a group of ten workers. They all came from different countries. His is a nice fellow and a good friend of ours. We call him ‘Mr. Global Citizen. I’m writing below the conversation I had with him the other day.
“You’ve been to so many countries! How do you feel about that?”
“It’s nice to work with different people. I’ve came to know them…..their language, culture, family, mind. I sort of think I belong to all”
“well, Gurmit ‘you’re a true global citizen.”
“Aren’t you too Zul?’ smiled Gurmit Singh. We all are the same human race, eh.”
Well that’s all for today. Hope your exam is over by now. So write to me soon about what you think of Gurmit.
(a) Where does Jalal’s uncle work?
(b) What is the condition of Congo?
(c) Why did Gurmit Singh come to Congo?
(d) Where does Gurmit Singh work now?
(e) Where is Congo?
3. Read the text and answer the following questions.
Television has become the most common and widespread source Of entertainment of the present world. A wide range of programmes of varied interest is telecast in numerous channels. Almost every middle class and even working class families have a television set today. Television programmes are not only entertaining; they can be highly educative too. For example, television is used for distance learning. Courses run by the open University are shown on BTV. Several channels telecast highly informative programmes. Watching TV, however, has become an addiction for many. Satellite telecasting has added new dimensions to television but it has sometimes been branded as a cultural assault on developing nations. The East is being exposed more and more to Western music entertainment, and mode of life. As a result, young people’s tastes are gradually being influenced by them.
A. Complete the following table with the information given in the passage:[1×5=5]
|Who/What||Event/ Activity||Where/ place|
|Television||(I) — huge channels|
|It||is used in||(II) —|
|TV programmes||(III) —|
|(IV) —||telecast course|
|(V) —||has attacked our culture|
Read the text and answer the following questions.
Charles Babbage was an English mathematician. He was the first key role player of inventing computer. He was born on 16 December 1791 in London. He entered Trinity College in October 1810. He achieved Arts honors without examination in 1814. He was elected Royal Fellow of the Society in 1816. From 1828 to 1839, he was the Professor of mathematics in Cambridge university. He was a great mathematician of his time. He became famous for inventing mechanical computer in 1822. This great person left the world in October 1871.
B. Now read the following statements. Write (T) in your answer script if the statement is true. Write (F) if the statement is false. If false, Write the correct answer. [1×5=5]
(I) The role of Babbage in inventing computer is a very trifling matter.
(II) After a continuous preparation, he earned Arts Honours.
(III) He was a pioneer of inventing computer.
(IV) His contribution has immensely benefited us.
(V) Calculation has become very easy for computer.
4. Read the text below and complete it with suitable words given in the box.[0.5×10=5]
youth is the best time of (a) ______ . This is the time when it (b) ______ most important for one to remember (c) _____ maxim “As you sow, so shall (d) _____ reap. “One must sow the seeds (e) ______ industry, truthfulness, honesty and other virtues (f) _____ this season to reap the harvest (g) ______ prosperity and happiness. Whatever takes root (h) ______ a man at this time, lasts (i) _______ the rest of his life and (j) _______ his future.
5. Match the parts of sentences given in column ‘A’ and column ‘B’ to write five complete sentences. [1×5=5]
|Column A||Column B|
|(I) Socrates was the wisest||(a) Philosopher and teacher of his time|
|(II) He was born||(b) home of sculpture|
|(III) He lived in||(c) Athens in Greece|
|(IV) Athens was the||(d) in 459 B.C. in Athens|
|(V) He would often go out||(e) in the streets of Athens.|
6. Rearrange the following sentences in correct order in your answer script. You do not need to reproduce the sentences in your script. Only the corresponding numbers of the sentences need to be written. [0.5×10=5]
(a) “Lying down on the ridge is very dangerous” the Sherpas cried to Ibrahim.
(b) Using up the last bit of strength that he had, he started to descent after summiting the Everest.
(c) Musa Ibrahim started his journey on 20 April 2010.
(d) He found a ridge where he automatically lay down.
(e) Ibrahim however was worn out and reared that this was probably the end.
(f) When Musa decided to begin his descent, he was already exhausted.
(g) On his way he across few dead bodies strewn in the snow.
(h) The ascent had already taken up all his strength, both mental and physical.
(i) “You have to keep on moving”, they cried to Ibrahim.
(j) The Sherpas who were with him were trying their best to keep him moving.
Section—-B: Writing Test [Marks 40]
7. Read the opening of a story below and complete it in 10 sentences. 10
Once a bloody battle was fought between England and her enemy country. Many soldiers of both nations were killed and many were made captive. An English soldier was….. in the hand of the enemies. The war at last ___ was signed. The English ___ His joy knew ___ He once again ___ When he was going ___ He bought all the cages ___ Then he opened ___ Everyone present ___ Out of great curiosity ___” I know the pain of captivity,
8.Suppose, you are Minu. You are going to appear at the Annual Examination of class VI. Now, write a letter to your elder brother about your preparation for the examination.
9. Suppose, you are Fatema and now you are in the college when your mother has given you a phone call. Now write a dialogue in 100 words between mother and daughter over cellular phone. 10
10. Write a paragraph on “Your School Library” In your paragraph, answer the following question: 10
a. What is library?
b. Where is your School library situated?
c. How is it decorated?
d. What kinds of books are there?
e. Why is your School library important.
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Model Question paper of English 2nd Class 6 (six)
Subject: English 2nd Paper
Class: 6, Time: 1:30 Hours
[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 (×) where no article is needed. [.5×8=4]
Always speak (a) ___ truth. Never tell (b) ___ lie. Nobody believes (c) ___ liar. Even if he is (d) ___ truthful he is considered to be (e) ___ liar. Nobody in (f) ___ world is as unfortunate as he. He leads (g) ___ very mean and miserable (h) ___ life.
2. Kamal and Jamal are talking about their future plan after passing the SSC Examination. Choose the correct preposition from the box and fill in the gaps. [.5×8=4]
Kamal : Jamal what will you do (a) ___ passing the S.S.C Examination?
Jamal : Thank you, Kamal I’ll get myself admitted (b) ___ Victoria college (c) ___ Science Group. Then I’ll get M.B.B.S.
Degree and will become a doctor And You?
Kamal : Thank you, Your idea is good. But I am not hopeful (d) ___ my success.
Jamal : Hope (e) ___ the best, my friend.
Kamal : By the grace of Almighty if I come out successful (f) ___ the examination I shall join the Commercial Academy at
Jamal : Then?
Kamal : After this I shall start a business at Chattogram. What do you think (g) ___ this?
Jamal : It’s a very nice idea, Kamal. Try your best; surely you will prosper (h) ___ life Good-bye.
3. Complete the text using the words in the box as needed. [.5×10=5]
Education refers to changing the (a) ___ of human nature. An (b) ___ man can adjust (c) ___ in every situation. He begins to acquire knowledge from the (d) ___ in which (e) ___ lives. He learns from his (f) ___ and the nature around him. (g) ___ formal (h) ___, experience in (i) ___ life is (j) ___ effective to develop his mind.
4. Make four sentences from the following substitution table. [1×4=4]
|An honest man|
A truthful man
A dishonest person
An honest or
|influenced by any greed.|
respected by all.
an asset for a society.
loved or respected by any.
5. Read the following text and change the sentences as directed. [1×5=5]
Wasique is a student of class ten. (a) He is always punctual (Negative) (b) He works harder than any other student in the class. (positive) (c) His teachers love him very much. (Interrogative) He is always happy. (d) He is very attentive to his study. (Exclamatory) (e) Very few students of his class are so brilliant as he. (superlative).
6.Fill in the gaps with the right forms of verbs in the brackets. Question a and e have special instructions in the brackets for the use of verbs. [.5×8=4]
Truthfulness (a) ___ one of the greatest virtues which (b) ___ (make) a man really great. A man is (c) ___ (trust’ in the negative) by others if he does not cultivate the habit of speaking the truth. A man who is not trusted by anybody can (d) ___ (‘gain’ in the negative) any position. A man (e) ___ (achieve) his ends once or twice by (f) ___ (tell) lies, but no permanent gain comes out of such success. It must (g) ___ (come) to light sooner or later. Then the real character of the liar gets (h) ___ (expose) and nobody trusts him any more.
7. Use appropriate punctuation marks and capital letters where necessary. [.5×8=4]
There are six seasons in the year winter season is a remarkable season of the year a winter morning is cool but i get up from bed early in the morning if i get up early in the winter morning i have to face some problems.
Section-B : Composition (Marks 20)
8. Suppose, you will be away from home for a month. Now write an e-mail to your newsagent concealling your daily papers etc. for this period.
9. Write a composition on “Your Favourite Hobby” in 200 words.