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Class 7 (Unit 10) Part II

 Unit 10 (Part II)

Reading II (page 100)

 

Answer the following questions.

a. Have you ever visited or heard of zoo?                                            

Answer: Yes, I have visited or heard of zoo.

b. What do you find in a zoo?

Answer: I find different animals and birds in a zoo.

c. What are the dangerous in a zoo?                                            

Answer: The danger in a zoo is possible attack from the animals.

d. Do you think there are rules for visitors in a zoo?

Answer: Yes, there are some rules and regulations for visitors in a zoo.

A. Identify from the text above, the single word that means the following.

a.      to utter a loud cry, scream or shout…………….

b.      a remark made in order to anger, wound, or provoke someone …………..

c.      dangers or risks………………

d.     being forbidden………………

Answer:

a. Yell

b. scratch

c. hazards

d. prohibited

  B. Complete these sentences with the words from the box.

    

Yell

veterinarian

prohibited

accompanied

a.      You shouldn't smoke here. Smoking is …………in this building.

b.     Do not leave your dog alone. It should be …by the owners at all times.

c.      My sister is ……..she treats animals.

d.     Do not …….at the baby. She is crying.

  Answer:

a. prohibited

b. accompanied

c. veterinarian

d. yell

 

C. Are these statements true or false? Write True or False.

a.             The rules are for the protection of zoo animals only. 

b.            Visitors shouldn’t tease the zoo animals.

c.             Visitors can give food to the zoo animals.

d.            Smoking is allowed at the parking lot.

e.             Visitors can take their pets to the zoo.

f.              The children of 15 can go to the zoo on their own.

Answer:

a.     False

b.     True

c.      False

d.     False

e.      False

f.       false

 

D.  Answer the following questions.

a. Why aren't visitors allowed to go close to and touch the animals?

b. When can you feed the zoo animals?

c. Why should the children be supervised at all times?

d. Which rule do you like or dislike the most? Why?

Answer:

a.     Visitors are not allowed to go close to and touch the animals because they can attack the people.

b.     We can feed the zoo animals in the 'feed your friends programme with approved food.

c.      The children should be supervised at all times because they are adventurous and like to wander.

d.     I like all the rules because rules and regulations are needed for the zoo.

 

E. Some people tend to violate the rules. What do you think of their behaviour? What should be done to them? Talk to your friends.

 

Grammar (page 102)

A.           Study the following sentences.

a.             You can put your shoes there.

b.            You are allowed to put your shoes there.

c.             You can’t leave your car there. It’s a no parking zone.

d.            I must call an electrician to get the light fixed.

e.             You mustn’t worry about me. I’ll be fine.

f.              You have to have a driving license to drive a tractor.

g.            You are not allowed to drive a tractor without a driving licence.

h.            You don’t have to have a licence to ride a bicycle.

 

B.           Complete the sentences with correct words from the box.

can   can't   must   mustn't    have to   don't   have to

a.             The sign says we ………… park the bicycle here.

b.            The chemist …………. sell medicines without prescriptions.

c.             Visitors ………… park in the staff car park.

d.            Baggage ………….. be attended every time.

e.             You …………. be late to class.

f.              I ……… call my sister. It’s her birthday today.

g.            You …………….. go to the bank. You can pay online.

h.            You …………. hit your friend again! Do you understand?

i.              You ………….. remember everything. Just try to remember these points.

j.              The hotel is vegetarian. You ……….. find meat item there.

k.            You …………. park your bike here for a maximum of 25 minutes.

Answer:

a. can't

b. mustn't

c. can't

d. can't

e. mustn't

f. have to

g. have to

h. don't have to

i. have to

j. mustn't

k. can

 

C.           Complete B’s sentences using can/could/might/must+given verb form the brackets as given in the example. In some sentences you need to use the negatives too.

Example

       A :     I’m hungry.

       B :       But you’ve just had lunch. You can’t be hungry already. (be)

a.    A :       I haven’t seen our neighbours for ages.

       B :       No. They ………….. in their house. I saw them in the morning. (be)

b.    A :       What’s the weather like? Is it raining?

       B :        Not at the moment but it  ………….. later. (rain)

c.    A :       Where has Manshu gone?

       B :       I’m not sure. She ………….. have gone to the bank. (go)

d.    A :       I didn’t see you at John’s party last week.

         B :       No, I had to work that evening, so I …………… (go)

Answer:

b. couldn't be

c. might rain

d. could

e. must go

Writing II  

A. Here are some rules for school students. Complete the sentences with appropriate words. You may need to use negative forms as well.

You ………….. attend every lesson.

You ………….. be even one minute late.

You ………….. do all the homework.

You ………….. do the homework of the last class even when you miss it.

You ………….. look at your mobile phone to check the time.

You ………….. come early and do your homework before the class.

You ………….. bring your textbook to every class.

You ………….. worry about making mistakes when you are speaking.

 

Answer:

a.     must

b.     mustn't

c.      must

d.     have to

e.      have to

f.       must

g.     mustn't

You must have a library or a computer lab at your school. Prepare a set of rules (at least six) to be followed at the place.

Extra bit

 Read the story and discuss the answer to this question.

a.     Why did the Dean give the second question?

b.     What would be the answer to the second question?

c.      Were the students lying to the Dean?

Answer:

a.     The Dean gave the second question to check the students were true or not.

b.     The second question would be 'back right'.

c.      Yes, the students were lying to the Dean.

 

(My special thanks to Kanchan Chaudhary from Kankali Secondary School for preparing this material.)

 

For unit eleven CLICK HERE.

For Contents CLICK HERE.

For PART I CLICK HERE.

For unit nine CLICK HERE.



 

 

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