Exercise 1 - Treasure Island

A long time ago, Betty was caught in a terrible storm. It rocked her tiny boat from side to side. She thought the strong wind would blow her over. At last the storm ended.
There was a beautiful rainbow in the sky. There was a small island at the end. Betty quickly sailed there and found a wooden box hidden under some leafy trees. In the box she found some gold coins. Betty decided,” I won’t tell anyone where the treasure is, but I will simply say, I visited a very secret place. “

Q. What could be seen in the sky?
a. birds

b. cloud

c. rainbow

d. kite

Q. What was in the box?
a. map

b. pictures

c. gold coins

d. none

Q. Suggest an appropriate title of the passage.
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Exercise 2 - Olympic Games

Are you interested in sports? If so, you will know about the biggest international sports event in the world- the Olympic games. It takes place every four years. Every top athlete would like to take part in the game and dream for winning a gold medal. Of course, to succeed in the game they must train themselves very hard. If a sportsman injures himself just before the game, he has to wait for another four year before he could compete with next ones.

Q. Which is the biggest international sports event?
a. FIFA World Cup

b. Paralympic Games

c. Olympics games

d. none

 

Q. Olympic game takes place at the interval of
a. 4 years

b. 5 years

c. 3 years

d. every year

 

Q. What does ‘compete’ means in the context?

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Exercise 3 - Food Chain

A food chain is a path, that energy takes from producers to consumers to decomposers. Food chains and food webs describe the feeding relationships in an ecosystem. Food chain is a linear sequence, which starts from producer and ends with decomposer. Food web is a connection of multiple food chains. Food chain follows a single path whereas food web follows multiple paths. Every population needs energy to survive. That energy comes from the sun. Everything in the food chain or food web relies on the sun for that energy and obtains it throughout the chain. The energy of the sun is stored in food, and the energy in food is passed from one organism to another in a food chain.

Q. What is the source of energy in food?
a. Moon

b. Sun

c. food web

Q. Are food chain and food web same?
a. yes

b. no

c. can’t say

Q. Who is the last order of food chain?
a. producer

b. decompose

c. consumer

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Exercise 4 - Cakes

500 years ago, the word ‘cake’ in English meant bread that was flat, hard and round. Cakes are different from biscuits. When biscuits are old, they get soft. when a cake is a week old it gets hard! We can make cake by adding butter to food which is dry like sugar and flour. Then we might add milk or eggs. People believe that most cakes are still round now because cooks wanted the first cake to look like moon or sun. Cakes were made with honey then, not sugar. The earliest time someone wrote about making a ‘birthday cake’ was in 1785.


Q. What does the cooks wanted the first cake to look like?
a. star

b. sun or moon

c. rainbow


Q. Is the biscuit and cake same for author?
a. yes

b. no

c. can’t say


Q. What gets hard by the time?
a. cake

b. biscuit

c. sugar

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