Aladin and The Magic Lamp (Part 03)

Time: 50 Minutes                                                                                                                              Marks: 50

 Aladin was alone. It was dark inside the cave. He called the magician. There was no answer. Aladin was afraid. He began to pray. He rubbed the ring. At once a genie came and said, ‘I am the slave of the ring. I will obey you. What do you want?’ Aladin was trembling to see the genie. But he said, ‘Take me out.’ At once he was outside the cave. He came back home. Aladin was very hungry. But there was no food in the house.

Aladin asked his mother to sell the lamp. The lamp was dusty. So she began to rub it. At once another big genie was there. It said, ‘I am the genie of the lamp. I obey him who holds it. What do you want?’ Aladin said, ‘Bring us some food!’ The big genie vanished. After some time it came back with a silver tray on his head. There were two silver plates, two silver cups, twelve silver dishes full of nice food. After this whenever they were hungry or needed anything, the genie brought it for them. So they had no want any more and Aladin lived happily with his mother.

1. Tick the correct answer.                                                      1 x 5=5 

A. When Aladin rubbed the ring — came.
a) his mother b) a genie c) the magician d) his uncle
B. The ring was made of
a) brass b) silver c) gold d) stone
C. Aladin told the big genie to bring
a) some clothes b) some jewels
c) some food d) some money
D. When Aladin saw the genie, he was
a) happy b) angry c) frightened d) crying
E. The genie of the ring was the slave of the

a) lamp b) ring c) magician d) genie

2. Write down True or False. If false, give the correct answers.    1×5=5  

a. Aladin started vibrating to see the genie of the ring.

b. There was enough food in Aladin’s house.

c. Aladin’s mother sold the lamp.

d. The big genie came back with some diamonds.

e. When they were needed anything the genie carried it for them.

3 Ask and answer.                                                                2 x 5= 10

a. How was the lamp?
b. What did Aladin see in his house when he felt hungry?
c. Why did Aladin want to sell the lamp?
d. What happened when Aladin’s mother rubbed the lamp?
e. After this why they had no want?

4. Match the similar word from the box:                                  1 x 5=5


Afraid, pray, obey, outside, happy external, cheerful, observe, urge, scared, inside

5. Fill in the blanks with the words from the text:                    1 x 5=5 

a. Aladin was afraid, so he started ………. .

b. When Aladin rubbed the ring, at once ………. appeared.

c. After rubbing the ring, a big genie derived and Aladin started ………. to see it.

d. Aladin asked the genie to ….. them some food and the big genie …..

e. After that the genie ……. food for them when they felt ……….. .

6. Match the phrases from column A with the phrases from column B. 1×5=5

a. Shihab is having a


b. Today he has come with


c. Shihab thought that a flyover was

d. There is a big queue


e. Big cities have fly overa. a place from where people can fly.

b. of buses, cars and other vehicles during school and office time.

c. good time in Dhaka.


d. his uncle to see the Mohakhali Flyover.

e. to avoid traffic jam.

7. Rearrange the words to build up questions and answer them. 1×10=10

a. Country/is/what/name/your/of/the?

b. Bangladesh/did/become/when/independent?

c. Capital/what/is/the/of/Bangladesh?

d. People/how/many/Bangladesh/there/are/in?

e. Main/what/are/the/crops/Bangladesh/of?

f. Fruits/are/which/common/the/most/in/Bangladesh?

g. Rivers/Bangladesh/what/are/of/the/main?

h. Many/how/are/communities/there/of/people?

i. Common/what/are/the/foods/Bangladesh/of?

j. Is/Bangladesh/how?

8. Rewrite the sentences using capital letters and punctuation marks. 05

The sundarbans rangamati and coxs bazar are very attractive the royal bengle tigerlives in the sundarbans coxs bazar is the longest beach in the world it is about 120 kilometers long.


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