1. Rewrite the passage using correct form of verbs in the brackets.
Your letter regarding your joyful picnic (come) to me just now as amarvelous one. In your letter you (want) to know about the picnic that we(enjoy) recently. Now I (write) to you about it. We, the students of classseven (choose) Sonargaon as our picnic spot. We (be) 30 in number. One ofour teachers (be) with us. We reach) there at about 10 a.m. We (enjoy) theday very much. At last we (return) home safely. We never (forget) the day.
2. Read your English grammar textbook from page no.83—89 and do theactivities of Section B (i, ii and iii)
3. Choose the correct preposition from the list and fill in the gaps. (on,beside, at, about, in, of, into)
____first take my cordial love. Hope you are safe and sound. Today I’mgoing to tell you my reading room. The morning sun rays enters itand there is enough space air circulation. There are a reading table,chair and a bookshelf my room. If you come, you can see there are aworld map, a wall clock and some beautiful wall mats hung the wallmy reading room. The bookshelf is kept the table. I like my readingroom and I keep it neat and clean.
Hope to see you soon.
Your letter regarding your joyful picnic ‘(a)has come’ to me just now as a marvelous one. In your letter, you ‘ (b) wanted’ to know about the picnic that we'(c)had enjoyed’ recently. Now I ‘(d)am writing ‘to you about it. We, the students of class seven ‘(e)chose ‘Sonargaon as our picnic spot. We ‘(f)were’ 30 in number. One of our teachers ‘(g)was’ with us. We ‘(h)reached’ there at about 10 a.m. We ‘(i)enjoyed ‘the day very much. At last, we ‘(j) returned’ home safely. We ‘(k)will ‘never'(l) forget’ the day.
A: Have you taken ‘an’ appointment with Dr. Ehtesham?
B: Oh, yes. I have taken ‘an’ appointment for tomorrow.
A: Is ‘the’ doctor not coming today?
B: No, ‘The’ doctor comes to this hospital thrice a week.
A: When should we visit him tomorrow?
B: At 6:30 p.m. I hope he will give us ‘the’ best advice for proper diagnosis.
A: Tomorrow is ‘the’ first day of the week. We have to start for ‘the’ doctor earlier to avoid traffic congestion.
B: We shall reach the hospital before ‘the’ sun sets.
S: Good morning, teacher. How are you?
T: Good morning. Can you write ‘a’paragraph on Begum Rokeya?
S: Yes, I can.
T: What was she?
S: She was ‘a’ social worker. She lived in undivided Bengal in the early 20th century
T: She was ‘a’ writer also. She wrote a number of books.
S: Yes, teacher. I can mention the name of ‘a’ book written by her. “Sultana’s Dream” is ‘ the’ book written by her.
T: Where was she from?
S: She was from ‘x’ Rangpur.
F: Anupom, what is ‘the’ largest continent?
S: ‘ X’ Asia
F: Give an example of ‘ a ‘ mangrove forest.
S: ‘The’ Sundarbans.
F: Who is Stephen Hawking?
S: He is ‘a’ scientist. He is ‘an’ English.
F: What was the objective of ‘the’ language movement?
S: We demanded ‘x’ Bangla to be declared as the state language.
‘At’ first, take my cordial love. Hope you are safe and sound. Today I’m going to tell you ‘about’ my reading room. The morning sun rays enter ‘into’ it and there is enough space ‘of’ air circulation. There are a reading
table, chair and a bookshelf ‘in’ my room. If you come, you can see there are a world map, a wall clock and some beautiful wall mats hung ‘on’ the wall ‘of’ my reading room. The bookshelf is kept ‘ beside ‘ the table.
I like my reading room and I keep it neat and clean.
Hope to see you soon.