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Comprehension Exercises | A Great Social Reformer | Class 5 | Textual Question and Answer | Grammar | প্রশ্ন ও উত্তর

A Great Social Reformer | Textual Question and Answer | Grammar | প্রশ্ন ও উত্তর

Comprehension Exercises | A Great Social Reformer | Class 5 | Textual Question and Answer | Grammar |  প্রশ্ন ও উত্তর


A Great Social Reformer

Textual Exercise

Activity 1


Complete the following sentences with information from the text: 

1. Begum Rokeya was born in an affluent Muslim family. 

2. At home she learnt Arabic and Persian and also received lessons in Bengali and English. 

3. She never went to school. 

4. She wrote some great books both in Bengali and English.

 

Activity 2


Table A and Table B have words with opposite meanings. Let’s match Table A with B: 

A

B

(a)    kind

cruel

(b)    poor

rich

(c)    advantaged

disadvantaged

(d)    remember

forget

 

Activity 3


Let’s write T for true and F for false statements in the given boxes: 

(1) Begum Rokeya never thought about others. [F] 

(2) Begum Rokeya demanded education for women. [T] 

(3) She wrote against social injustice. [T] 

(4) She never felt the importance of women in a family. [F]

 

Activity 4


Find out the word-clusters (describing wordnaming word) from the above text: 

(i) Social reforms 

(ii) Healthy family 

(iii) Disadvantaged women 

(iv) First Woman

(v) Strong humanist 

(vi) Famous book 

(vii) Ideal lessons 

(viii) Great books

 

Activity 5


Put the punctuation marks in the following sentences. The first one is done for you: 

(i) Vivekananda said, ‘All Indians are my brothers.’ 

(ii) ‘I am Rokeya’s friend’, said the lady. 

(iii) Who are you? Oh! You are wounded. 

(iv) I know there are many birds like crow, parrot, mynah. 

(v) Netaji founded Azad Hind Fauj. 

(vi) Vidyasagar was a social reformer.

 

Activity 6


Let’s fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions: 

Swami Vivekananda was born in 1863. He was born in Calcutta. He belonged to a rich family. In those days our country was under the British rule. Vivekananda felt for the misery of the Indians.

  

Activity 7(a)

 

Personal Pronoun

Possessive Pronoun

He, he, him, we

Our, his, his

 

Activity 7(b)

 

Change the personal pronouns used in Activity 8(a) into possessive pronouns. One is done for you: 

Personal Pronouns

Possessive Pronoun

He

His

 I

mine

We

ours

you

yours

She

hers

it

its

they

there's

 

Activity 8


Use the following hints and write ten sentences about Henry Louis Vivian Derozio: 

Name

Henry Louis Vivian Derozio

Date of birth

18.04.1809

Parents’ names

Francis Derozia; Sophie Johnson

Place of Birth

Entally, Kolkata

School

David Drummond’s Dhurramtallah Academy

Service

Teacher of English Literature and History, Hindu college.

Achievements

Assistant editor of ‘The India Gazette’, editor of ‘The Calcutta Gazette’, ‘The East Indian’ and The Bengal Annual’ etc.

Notable works

‘To India, My Native Land’, ‘The Harp of India’, ‘The Fakir of Jungheera’ etc.

Death

26th December 1831



Henry Louis Vivian Derozio

Henry Louis Vivian Derozio was born on April 18 in 1809 at Entally in Kolkata. His father's name was Francis Derozia and his mother's name was Sophie Johnson. Derozio was admitted to David Drummond’s ‘Dhurramtallah Academy’ to complete his education at an early age. Later he started his career as a teacher of English Literature and History at Hindu College. He worked as an Assistant Editor of ‘The India Gazette’, and an editor of ‘The Calcutta Gazette’, ‘The East Indian’ and The Bengal Annual’ etc. His notable works are ‘To India, My Native Land’, ‘The Harp of India’, ‘The Fakir of Jungheera’ etc. This great man breathed his last on 26 December in the year 1831.

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