Comprehension Exercises | My Diary | Anne Frank | Class 7 | Textual Question and Answer | Grammar | প্রশ্ন ও উত্তর

 My Diary | Anne Frank | Textual Question and Answer | Grammar | প্রশ্ন ও উত্তর


My Diary





Let's start:


Activity 1


Choose the correct answer from the given alternatives:


(a) Anne Frank's birthday was on

(i) 14th June (ii) 12th June (iii) 20th June


(b) Moortje is Anne's

(i) pet dog (ii) pet bird (iii) pet cat 


(c) During recess in the school Anne treated everyone with

(i) sweet biscuits (ii) chocolates (iii) sweets



Activity 2


Answer the following questions:


(a) What did Anne do when she could no longer control her curiosity?

= Anne went to the dining room, where I received a warm welcome from Moortje (the cat).


(b) Which present did Anne see first? Why does she refer to it as 'you'?

= Anne received a warm welcome from Moortje (the cat).

Because it was her pet cat.


 (c) Who is the author of the book “Tales and Legends of Netherlands”?

= Joseph Cohen is the author of the book “Tales and Legends of Netherlands”.


(d) What did Anne want to do with the money that she got as birthday gift?

= Anne wanted to buy “The Myths of Greece and Rome”.


Activity 3


Arrange the following sentences in the proper sequence:


(a) Anne went to the dining room. 2

(b) Anne went to school with her friends. 5

(c) Anne went to the sitting room. 4

(d) Anne woke up. 1

(e) Anne went to her mummy and daddy. 3



Activity 4 


Answer the following questions:


(a) When did Anne have her birthday party?

= Anne had her birthday party on Sunday afternoon.


(b) What is “The Light House Keeper"?

= “The Lighthouse Keeper” is a film.


(c) Who had been Anne's best friend for years?

= Lies Goosens and Sanne Houtman had been Anne's best friends for years.


(d) Where did Anne meet her present best friend?

= Anne met her present best friend at the Jewish Secondary School. 



Activity 5


Choose the correct answer from the given alternatives:


(a) Anne has a sister who is

(i) thirteen years old

(ii) sixteen years old

(iii) fourteen years old  


(b) Kitty is Anne's

(i) friend

(ii) sister

(iii) diary


(c) The above text is a

(i) biography

(ii) diary

(iii) short story


(d) Anne had to say goodbye to

(i) Mrs. K

(ii) Margot

(iii) her parents


Activity 6


Fill in the following chart with information from the text:



What happened


The author’s sister was born in 1926


The author was born


The author and her family emigrated to Holland


The author’s two uncles escaped to the U.S.A.


The author's grandmother died



Activity 7


Answer the following questions:


(a) What is the saying that came back to Anne on one of her melancholy days?

Ans. The saying is “paper is more patient than man”.


(b) Why does Anne consider her diary to be a dear friend?

Ans. Anne doesn’t want to set down a series of bald facts in a diary like most people do.


(c) Where was Anne's father appointed when they emigrated to Holland?

Ans. Anne's father was appointed Managing Director of Travies N.V.


(d) Why was Anne's life filled with anxiety?

Ans. The family felt the full impact of Hitler's anti-Jewish laws, so Anne's life was filled with anxiety. 



Activity 8


Identify which of the following statements are True and which are False. Give a supporting statement for each of your answers:


(a) Anne thought that no one will be interested in the unbosomings of a thirteen-year-old school girl.  F

S.S >> anyone else - will be interested in the unbosomings of a thirteen-year-old school girl.


(b) In her diary Anne wanted to bring out all kinds of things that lay buried deep in her heart.  T

S.S >> I want to bring out all kinds of things that lie buried deep in my heart.


(c) Anne seemed to lack everything.  F

S.S >> I don't seem to lack anything.


(d) Anne was born in Holland.  F

S.S >> we emigrated to Holland in 1933


(e) Anne was admitted in the fourth form in the Jewish Secondary School.  F

S.S >> she in to the fourth form and I into the first.


Activity 9 (a)


Find the antonyms of the following words from the text. You will find the words in the paragraphs mentioned in the brackets:

(a) familiar: (b) imaginary: (c) inside: (d) hate: (e) happy: (f) past:

[ Para-1] [ Para-2] [ Para-3] [Para-6] [ Para-7] [Para-8]


(a) familiar: >> odd

(b) imaginary: >> real

(c) inside: >> outside

(d) hate: >> love

(e) happy: >> sad

(f) past: >> present


Activity 9(b) 


Make sentences with the words that you have found in Activity 9(a).


(a) familiar: >> I couldn't see any familiar faces in the room.

(b) imaginary: >> The story is set in an imaginary world.

(c) inside: >> I left my key inside my room.

(d) hate: >> I hate to see animals suffering.

(e) happy: >> He is truly happy who makes others happy.

(f) past: >> Things past cannot be recalled.


Activity 10


Fill in the gaps with the words given below: 


series, stubborn, control, recess, terrific


(a) We should try to control our anger.

(b) Maradona was a terrific footballer

(c) Rahul is a stubborn boy.

(d) We took our lunch during the recess.

(e) He drew a series of pictures.



Activity 13 (a)


Fill in the blanks with appropriate possessive pronouns given below:

ours, mine, theirs, yours, hers


(a) This picture is mine.

(b) I found Seema's book but I couldn't find yours.

(c) All the essays were good but ours was the best.

(d) Your photos are good. Hers are terrible.

(e) Rita and Mohan don't like your drawing. Do you like theirs.


Activity 13 (b)


Fill in the blanks with appropriate possessive adjectives given below:

[their, your, my, our, its]


(a) This is your book.

(b) I like my new pen.

(c) The dog is licking its paw.

d) We have sold our house.

(e) The students thanked their teacher.


Activity 14


Underline the participle adjectives in the following sentences. Be careful, all the sentences do not have participle adjectives.


(a) A barking dog seldom bites.

(b) The dog was barking loudly.

(c) Mathematics is an interesting subject.

(d) It was an amusing story.

(e) The teacher was instructing his students.



Activity 16


Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of the verbs given in brackets:


a.  I will see (see) you tomorrow.

b.  The students wrote (write) a summary.

C.  Ali has been reading (read) this book since morning.

d.  I had finished (finish) my work when Mukta came to see me.

e.  When I visited her, she was singing (sing).

f.  He told me that his mother had been (be) ill for six days.

g.  He will come (come) here tomorrow.

h.  I have been leaving (live) in Kolkata for five years.

i.  The train had left (leave) before they reached the station.

j.  The cold wind is blowing (blow) hard. 


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