Wednesday, 29 April 2020

VIII ENGLISH-2 MODEL ANSWER SET-1




VIII ENGLISH-1 MODEL ANSWER SET-1


Answer Script
Class-VIII
Subject- English (Paper-1)
1. A. a. The warm sun brings back the seed time and harvest. Even, the first flower of the plain comes with it.
b. Jon’s mother said that no good would come of the wind cap.
c. The cap was called a ‘wind cap’ because it could summon winds from all directions. Its advantage was that no human being could steal it and the disadvantage was, Jon could never take it off.
d. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose founded Indian National Army to fight for India’s Independence from British rule.
B. a. so he continued his farm work.
b. beard Subhas was reclining on his pillows.
Reading Comprehension
A.  a. Two tiger cubs were born at Orang National Park in May. It has made the conservationists happy.
b. Forest guards reported sighting the cubs.
c. It is situated on the northern bank of Brahmaputra, about 60 miles from Kaziranga National Park.
B. Why: to curb retaliatory killing of tigers in the fringes.
What: The authority has restricted the number of visitors.

Grammar
3. Do as directed: (Answers)
i. The warden confirmed Valentine that he would go out in the morning.
ii. Her brass carrier/ Leela’s brass carrier was opened (by herself-optional) with a smile.
iii. I don’t know him who lives near the market.
iv. Suddenly met- came across
v. Meat is more nutritious than most of the beans.
vi. in, the, for, in (a), in/of
4.                                                                     Vocabulary:
To control: Curb
Roaming idly: Frolicking
Limited: Restricted
Restless state: Disturbance
Writing Set
5.                                 Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar; a Doyen in the Literary World
Pandit Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar was a deemed personality in the world of education and literature. This man of high esteem was born at Birshingha in Paschim Medinipur in 1820 to a pious couple. After having his primary education in the village, he got admitted to Sanskrit Collegiate School, Kolkata at the age of nine. Later he had his higher education in Sanskrit College. Years after he became the principal of his Alma mater. He got designated to the post of Inspector of Schools following his resignation. This versatile persona wrote some immortal Bengali Primers like, Barnaparichay, Bodhodoy, to name a few. He was also a notable social reformer who fought for the prevention of early marriage and, implemented ‘Widow Remarriage Act’. ‘Vidyasagar’, as he is popularly known, left his mortal entity on July 29, 1881.     
6.                                                                     Travelling
From the very beginning human beings are, by nature, nomads.  Sometimes they travel by chance, sometimes by choice. Wanderlust, an irresistible desire for travelling always propels them to set out. Almost as an inheritance, it allures them to know the unknown and, to see the unseen. May it be high hills or profound sea or, dense forest; it always gives them the chance to explore. People can become familiar with various cultures, traditions and heritages. The hobby of travelling not only reenergizes our soul but also, broadens our mind. For the students, it animates their reading experiences also.   



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