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WBBSE Class 5 English 2nd Unit Test Suggestion Important | পঞ্চম শ্রেণী দ্বিতীয় পর্যায়ক্রমিক মূল্যায়ন ইংলিশ

প্রিয় ছাত্র ছাত্রীরা, আজকের এই পোস্টে পঞ্চম শ্রেণীর জন্য দ্বিতীয় পর্যায়ক্রমিক মূল্যায়ন এর ইংলিশ বিষয়ের ( Class 5 English 2nd Unit Test Suggestion ) অধ্যায় ভিত্তিক সাজেশন দেওয়া হল । এই প্রশ্নগুলি ভালো করে অধ্যায়ন করলে তোমরা দ্বিতীয় পর্যায়ক্রমিক মূল্যায়ন এ অনেকগুলি প্রশ্ন কমন পেয়ে যাবে।

বিষয়ভিত্তিক সাজেশন এর জন্য আমাদের টেলিগ্রাম ও ফেসবুক পেজ এ Join করে রাখতে পারো।

Class 5 English 2nd Unit Test Suggestion

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1. Tick the Correct Answer:  

a) Mr. B.D. Roy was the teacher of –  

a) Mathematics b) English 

c) Bengali d) Science 

Ans: b) English 

b) The author learnt correct pronunciation from his –  

a)Headmaster b) Father  

c) English teacher d) Science 

Ans: c) English teacher 

c) Tarun’s grandfather knew a lot about the Taj Mahal because he was a  

a) retired teacher b) English teacher  

c) government officer d) head master 

Ans: a) retired teacher 

d) Who swam to the rock?  

a) Crocodile b) Monkey  

c) Crocodile’s wife d) Turtle 

Ans: a) Crocodile  

e) _________ inspired Nazrul to write poems? 

a) Rabindranath Tagore b) Kumud Ranjan Mullick 

c) Ashapurna Devi d) Sukanta Bhattacharya 

Ans: b) Kumud Ranjan Mullick 

2. Briefly answer the following questions:  

a) Where did the monkey live? 

Ans: The monkey lived on the bank of the river. 

b) Where did the crocodile live? 

Ans: The crocodile lived on the far bank of the river. 

c) Why was there no danger for the monkey on the river island? 

Ans:There was no danger for the monkey because there was hardly any other animal on the river island. 

d) Who gave advice to the crocodile about catching the monkey? 

Ans: The crocodile’s wife gave advice to the crocodile about catching the monkey. 

e) Why did the monkey become suspicious? 

Ans: The monkey was suspicious because the rock became so large that day. 

f) What was the monkey’s suggestion to the crocodile? 

Ans: The monkey’s suggestion to the crocodile was to open his mouth wide and he will jump straight into his mouth. 

g) What did the monkey tell the crocodile from his safe shelter? 

Ans: The monkey told that “You foolish crocodile! You can never catch me. No doubt you’re bigger than me, but you’re a bigger fool tool!” 

  (The Clever Monkey) 

h) What was the name of the Shakespearean play that was performed in the hall?  

Ans: The name of the Shakespearean play that was performed in the hall was “the Merchant of Venice”. 

i) How did BD Roy teach the pronunciation of ‘the’? 

Ans: BD Roy taught that the pronunciation of the depends on the following word begins with a vowel or a consonant. 

j) What is ‘a pleasure’ according to the author? 

Ans: According to the author a pleasure is to look back and relive the past moments of joy. 

   (My School Days) 

k) Name some of the folk plays that young Nazrul had written. 

 Ans: The names of some of the folk plays that young Nazrul had written are ‘Daata Karna’ and ‘Kabi Kalidas’. 

l) Who was Kumud Ranjan Mullick? 

Ans:Kumud Ranjan Mullick was a great poet and he was also the Headmaster of the school where Nazrul joined next. 

m) In which magazine was the poem Anadamoyeer Agamone published? 

Ans: The poem Anandamoyeer Agamone was published in the magazine, ‘Dhumketu’ in 1922. 

(The Rebel Poet) 

3. Fill in the Blanks: 

a) Khurram first saw Arjumand Banu Begum at Meena Bazar. 

b) Prince Khurram was later known as Shah Jahan. 

c) “Mumtaz Mahal” means the brightest crown of the world. 

d) Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz. 

e) Taj Mahal is one of the Seven Wonders of the world. 

(Memory in Marble) 

f) The crocodile made many plans to catch the monkey. 

g) The crocodile would lie still on the rock. 

h) The wife of the crocodile wished to taste the flesh of the monkey. 

i) The crocodile kept his head and tail under water. 

j) The crocodile was bigger in size and was also a bigger fool. 

   (My School Days) 

4. Write [T] for true and [F] for false statements in the given boxes:  

a) The monkey jumped straight into the crocodile’s open mouth. [ F ] 

b) The monkey was more clever than the crocodile. [ T ] 

c) Ashubabu conducted an event called music drawing. [ T ] 

d) The subject that BD Roy taught was Mathematics [ F ] 

e) Nazrul served the Indian army under the British rule. [ T ] 

f) Nazrul was born when India was still under the British rule. [ T ] 

5. Arrange the jumbled words with the help of the given hints: 

Lejwe: Jewel  

Seumuamlo: Mausoleum  

Umcsi: Music 

Rocodilco: crocodile 

6. Tick the correct form of verbs given in the brackets: 

a) The old woman (was/were) going to market 

Ans: was

b) This uniform ______ (belong/belongs) to my sister 

Ans: belong

c) It (is/are) raining today 

Ans: is

d) Mili _____ (run/runs) a mile daily. 

Ans: runs

7. Make sentence using the following words:  

a) Fat-  Their cat is fat and lazy

b) Best- You should do your best

c) Bright-  The lighting was too bright

d) Happy-  She had a very happy childhood

8. Fill in the blanks with the prepositions given in the box: 

a) The boy is looking ____ me. 

Ans: at

b) Give this letter_____ your class teacher. 

Ans: to

c) Put the duster ______ the table. 

Ans: on

d) The book was written ______ a famous writer.  

Ans: by

e) The plane flew _______ the clouds.  

Ans: above

9. Identify the subject and predicate in the following sentences:  

a) BD Roy taught us English  

Ans: sub- BD Roy; predicate- taught us English

b) The clever monkey leapt on the crocodile’s head and then quickly jumped back to the river bank. 

Ans: sub- The clever monkey; predicate- leapt on……the river bank.

c) Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. 

Ans: sub- Shah Jahan; predicate- built the Taj Mahal……Mumtaz Mahal.

10. a) Write a short story in eight sentences with the following hints. Give it a title. 

After falling into a well and failing to escape, a goat entered, asked to drink water from the well, hopped in, and then climbed upon the fox’s back to escape while the goat stayed in the well. 

Ans:                                Clever Fox and Foolish Goat

Once upon a time, a fox was out and about at night. Unfortunately, he slipped into a well. He made every effort to come out, but in vain. Thus, his only option was to stay there till the following morning. A goat passed that way the following day. Looking down into the well, she noticed the fox there. “Mr. Fox, what are you doing there?” wondered the goat. 

In response, the clever fox said, “I came here to drink water. I have never tasted anything better than this. Come view for yourself. The goat dove into the well without hesitating to think about her options, found some water, and then started to search for a way out. However, she discovered that she was helpless, just like the fox.

The fox then replied, “I have an idea.” I’ll climb your back to get away. Then I can help you in leaving the same way. The goat followed the fox’s instructions and helped him in escaping from the well. “Had you been clever enough, you would never have got in without seeing how to get out,” the fox said as it left.


b) Write eight sentences about the childhood of Rabidranath Tagore. Here are some points: 

Born on 8th May 1861 – did not enjoy formal schooling – was taught at home – mathematics teacher was Aghore Babu – used to play in the verandah – role – playing as a teacher – taught the railing bars as if they were students – conclusion 

Ans:                        Rabindranath Tagore during his early years

  1. In Kolkata, Rabindranath Tagore was born on May 7, 1861. 
  2. Formal education was not something he enjoyed. 
  3. Home was the classroom for him. 
  4. Aghore Babu was math teacher. 
  5. It was in the verandah where he used to play. 
  6. He constantly appeared to be a teacher. 
  7. He taught lessons to the railing bars, just like they were his students.
  8. Little Rabi enjoyed  his childhood in this way.


Write eight sentences about the childhood of Subhas Chandra Bose. Here are some points: 

Born on Jan. 23, 1897, Cuttack, Orissa, India—Preparing in Britain for a career in the Indian civil service but he resigned and back home. he was elected president of the Indian National Congress in 1938 and 1939, In 1944 he invaded India from Burma (Myanmar). In 1945 and died of burns suffered in a plane crash. 

Childhood of Subhas Chandra Bose

Subhas Chandra Bose was born on January 23, 1897, in Cuttack, Orissa, India. He grew up with a strong desire to see India free from British rule. After studying in India, he went to Britain to prepare for a job in the Indian civil service, but he quit and returned home because he wanted to help India gain independence. He became very involved in politics and was chosen as the president of the Indian National Congress in 1938 and 1939. In 1944, he led a big attack on India from Burma (now called Myanmar). Unfortunately, in 1945, he died in a plane crash because of burns he got during the crash. Bose’s bravery and love for India left a lasting impact on the country’s fight for freedom.

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Class 5 English 2nd Unit Test Suggestion

Class 5 English 2nd Unit Test Suggestion

Class 5 English 2nd Unit Test Suggestion

Class 5 English 2nd Unit Test Suggestion

Class 5 English 2nd Unit Test Suggestion

Class 5 English 2nd Unit Test Suggestion

Class 5 English 2nd Unit Test Suggestion

Class 5 English 2nd Unit Test Suggestion

Class 5 English 2nd Unit Test Suggestion

Class 5 English 2nd Unit Test Suggestion

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