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Articles – Exercises – Class 7

‘Articles’ has 4 marks for English 2nd paper in class 7 according to N.C.T.B. rules and regulations for both Bengali and English versions. It comes in question number 7. The examinee has to correct the 8 questions from a passage according to the instructions without changing the meaning. Each correction includes 0.5 marks. Generally, uses of a,an and the are included class 7 ‘Articles’. All the schools and colleges from Dhaka, Chittagong, Comilla, Barisal, Sylhet, Jessore, Dinajpur and Rajshahi boards are following the same rule after the changed of the question pattern in class 7 on 2013.

Articles -Exercises

Fill in the gaps with articles. Put a cross (x) where an article is not necessary.

Rajshahi is  (a)____ old city. It stands on (b)_____ Padma. In (c)_____ village called Bausa in Rajshahi there is (d)_____ man who is recognized as (e)_____ book lover. He is Polan Sarker. Polan Sarker is (f)_______ old man. He buys books with (g)______his own money. He lends villagers books. (h)______ villagers become delighted with books they borrow from Sarker. They have found that reading is a good habit.

Fill in the gaps with articles. Put a cross (x) where an article is not necessary.

Farina Tanzin, the daughter of (a)______ army officer wanted to attend (b)_______ circus show near her school. (c)_______ circus party had everything to amuse and entertain people. One day, she went to to (d)______ circus along with her mother. She was very happy to see (e)________ antelope, (f)____ ewe and (g)_______ elephant there. (h)_______ young boys and girls were found interested in sitting in the back of the elephant.

Fill in the gaps with articles. Put a cross (x) where an article is not necessary.

It rained all day. Bhupal took (a)____ short sleep in (b)_____ morning. After getting up from bed, he went out for (c)_____ walk in (d)______ afternoon. He did not make (e)______ noise and disturb anybody. In fact, Bhupal used to get up before sunrise. Today, his mother gave him ten taka and (f)_____ half. With that, he bought (g)______ orange, (h)_____ eraser and a useful gum-pot for sticking papers.

Fill in the gaps with articles. Put a cross (x) where an article is not necessary.

There is (a)______ university of fame and glory in Dhaka. This is (b)_______ old university. (c)_______ academic standard of (d)_______ university is very high. There is (e)_______ big library where the students are found reading books attentively. They also make notes in (f)______ library with (g)______ utmost devotion. There is (h)______ librarian and students get help from the librarian all the time.

Fill in the gaps with articles. Put a cross (x) where an article is not necessary.

On the other day, I was going to Gulistan. I heard (a)_____ outcry as soon as I walked (b)______ little distance. I looked behind and saw (c)______ crowd of people. I rushed there. I saw (d)_______ boy, perhaps, (e)______ orphan lying dead. He was knocked down by (f)_____ card. (g)_____ boy was running after a kite. He at last could not trace out (h)______ kite. He forgot that he was crossing the busy road.

Fill in the gaps with articles. Put a cross (x) where an article is not necessary.

Mohammaed Ali is (a)_____ very busy man. He has some work to do every night. Here (b)_____ example of his hard work: it took place last week. On (c)_______ first day, he worked from six o’clock in (d)______ morning till (e)______ quarter to six in (f)______ evening. Then, after eating some fast food, he spent (g)______ hour longer at (h)______ office before he came home.

Fill in the gaps with articles. Put a cross (x) where an article is not necessary.

Early in (a)______ spring of 1750, in the village of Juffure, in (b)_____ Gambia, West Africa, (c)______ man-child was born to Omoro and Binta Kinte. He was as black as Binta, and he was bawling. (d)______ two winkled midwives saw that it was (e)_____ boy and laughed with joy. According to tradition, (f)_____ boy fist-born brought (g)______ special blessings of Allah upon (h)_______ whole family.