Aladin and The Magic Lamp (Part- 01)

Read the Passage With Great Care and Answe all the Questions:

Once there was a young boy called Aladin. He lived with his mother in a rich city of China. His father was a poor tailor. He died when Aladin was a child. His mother had to spin cotton to support the family.

One day Aladin was playing in the street. All of a sudden, a stranger came. He said to Aladin, “My boy, are you the son of Mustafa, the tailor?”

Aladin said, “Yes, sir, but my father is dead.”

At this tears came into the man’s eyes. He said, “I am your uncle. Your father was my elder brother.”

He gave Aladin two pieces of gold. He said, “Go and tell your mother to cook some food. We will eat together.”

Aladin’s mother was surprised. She did not know Aladin’s father had a brother. But she cooked a good dinner. The stranger came to Aladin’s house at night. He brought some fruits and sweets with him. The stranger asked Aladin what he did for a living. Aladin was silent. Because he did not do anything. So the stranger said, “You must do something to earn a living. I will buy a shop for you. You will sell linen there.” The mother was very pleased to hear all this. “Thank you for your kindness,” she said to the stranger.


1. Write True or False, If False, Please Give the Correct Answer:                  05

a. Aladin did nothing for his living.

b. Aladin’s father was a magician.

c. Aladin’s mother was upset to see the stranger.

d. Aladin lost his father in his childhood.

e. The stranger was the younger brother of Aladin’s father.

2. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate words from the text:                      10

a. The stranger was Aladin’s ———–.

b. Mustafa was a ——————.

c. When Aladin’s mother knew that Aladin’s father had a brother she —————-.

d. While Aladin was playing in the street, ————– appeared and asked Aladin about his father.

e. Mother thanked the stranger for his —————–.

f. She ————– a nice dinner for the stranger.

g. Aladin ———— with his mother in a rich city of China.

h. The stranger will buy a shop for Aladin to ———— linen.

i. Aladin did ————— for his living.

j. The ———– came to Aladin’s house at night.

3. Match the words with their similar meaning from the column.                                       05


Column A Column B
Support, Stranger, Silent, Elder, Bring. Noiseless, fetch, New arrival, Senior, Maintain, Junior, Noise.


4. Write the Meaning of the Following Words. (any five)                                                         05

Spin, piece, cook, surprise, living, kindness, support.

5. Make Sentence from the Selected Words (any five)                                                           05

Live, support, play, all of a sudden, street, know, silent.

6. Answer the Following Questions:                                                                                          10

a. Who was the stranger?

b. How did the stranger introduce himself?

c. When the stranger came to Aladin’s house what did he bring?

d. When did tears come into the stranger’s eyes?

e. Why was Aladin’s mother pleased with the stranger?

7. Paragraph Writing (any one):                                                                                                   10

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