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           BHARTI    PUBLIC    SCHOOL

                             Swasthya Vihar , Delhi-92

                   Practice Assignment-1    Ev.S  (Objective)

Q1. Tick the correct answer:

i)  Fats help us to-

 a) grow         b) repair the body      c) keep warm

ii)  The triangular region near the mouth of river is called-

a) Delta         b) Sunderban              c) Valley

iii) The opening through which faces pass out of the body is-

a) anus         b) urethra                     c) ureter

Q 2. Encircle odd one out from the following :

i)     Dengue             Polio                  Tuberculosis

ii)    Ganga           Indian Ocean       Yamuna

iii)   Brain            Heart                    Hand

iv)   Night Blindness (Vitamin A)                    Rickets(Vitamin D)              Scurvey ( Vitamin B)   

 Q3. Tick the given sentences as True or False:

i)   Malaria and Dengue are spread by flies. (True / False).

ii)  There are five different blood groups. ( True/ False).

iii)  Honking uselessly cause air pollution. (True /False)

Q4. Encircle the correct word from the following sentences:

i )  A doctor who does operation. ( Surgeon / Technician).

ii) The Vitamin which is necessary for strong bones and teeth.  ( VitaminA /  VitaminD).

iii) The zone in which India lies. ( Torrid Zone / Temperate Zone)

           BHARTI    PUBLIC    SCHOOL

                        Swasthya Vihar, Delhi-92

                 Practice Assignment-2   Ev.S (Subjective)

Q1. Define:

i)   Balance diet

ii)  Hinge joint

Q2. Differentiate between:

i)  Concave lenses  and  Convex lenses

ii) Gulf  and  Island

Q3. Write the short answers:

i ) What does the kidney do?

ii)  Name the three ranges that makes up the Himalayas.

iii) How can we stop mosquito from breeding?

Q4. Explain in a few lines:-

i) What are blood types called?

ii) Why is it important to know the patient’s blood type?

iii) What is noise pollution? How does it harm us?

iv)  How does exercise help a muscle?

Q5. Draw a diagram:

 Life cycle of fly / mosquito                                Or                                       Respiratory System

Q6. Map:

Locate the given rivers in the map of India-   Ganga, Satluj, Ravi, Beas.

                                           BHARTI PUBLIC SCHOOL

                                            SWASTHYA VIHAR, DELHI-92

                             PRACTICE ASSIGNMENT   ENG-1 (OBJECTIVE)

Q1. Encircle the subject and underline the predicate-

1. Meena plays the piano.

2. The students are playing in the field.

Q2. Match the following:

1. Godavari                                                 Abstract noun

2. A flock of sheep                                    Uncountable noun

3. Childhood                                              Common noun

4. Much                                                       Proper noun

5. Many                                                       Collective noun

6. Monuments                                           Countable noun

Q3 Choose the word to complete the sentences:

1. Jack went to fetch a ( pale/ pail) of water.

2. (There / their ) are many people standing on the road.

Q4 Tick the correct verb from the bracket:

1. Nita (do/ does) like chocolates.

2. Misty (dance/ dances) gracefully.

Q5  Pick out the verbs and say whether they are Transitive or Intransitive:

1. Mary lent her favourite book to Suzan. ( Transitive or Intransitive)

2. The deer runs swiftly. (Transitive or Intransitive)

Q6 Complete the following Similes by choosing the most appropriate words or phrase from the bracket:

1. Gita is as wise as ( an owl/ gold).

2. He is as busy as a ( snail/ bee).

                                    BHARTI    PUBLIC     SCHOOL

                                         Swasthya Vihar, Delhi-92

                          Practice Assignment-2  Eng (Subjective)

Q1 Read the following passage carefully and answer the question:-

Schools all over India celebrate ‘Children’s Day’ on the 14th November every year. On this day, our first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was born. His ancestors came down from Kashmir to the rich plains below. Kaul had been his family name: this changed Kaul-Nehru. In the later years, Kaul was dropped and they became simply Nehrus. Jawaharlal was the only son of his prosperous parents. His sisters were much younger than Nehru. So, he grew up and spent his early days as a lonely child with no companion of his age. For his best education, private tutors were engaged by his father. Then he went to England and was educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge. He took active active participation in politics and came in contact with Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation. Nehruji loved the children very much. He used to see future India in small little kids.

1. Pandit Jawaharlal’s Birthday is celebrated as Children’s Day because________


2. Pandit Nehru spent his early days as a lonely child because________________


3. His ancestors  came from____________________________________________.

4. He went to England where___________________________________________


5. Find the synonym of – busy _______________

6. Find the antonym of – lazy ________________

Q2   Write a paragraph on ‘Value of time’ in 70-80words with the help of hints given below:

Time is precious – make use of it properly- once lost will – study well- be successful- used carefully- touch sky of success.

Q3 Write a diary entry on how you celebrated your ’ Birthday Party’.

Q4 Design a poster on ‘Pollution’





 Q5. Read the stanza and answer the following:

    The truth is that,

    That we all need.

    The truth is the end

    Of a mystery.

1. Name the poet.

2. What do we all need?

3. Frame a sentence of ‘Mystery’.

Q6.Answer the following questions:

1. Why was Chun worried about his seed?

2. Why did the rich man hang his head in shame?

3.What instructions did the narrator give his maid?

Q8 Frame sentences of-

1. blur- _______________________________________________________________________

2. resist- ______________________________________________________________________



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