CBSE Class 6 English SA1 Practice Worksheets - Read the passage

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[Class VI] [Worksheet ____] [English SA-I]

Month : July – III

1. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :

A YOUNG woodcutter named Taro lived with his mother and father on a lonely hillside. All day long he chopped wood in the forest. Though he worked very hard, he earned very little money. This made him sad, for he was a thoughtful son and wanted to give his old parents everything they needed.

a. What was the name of wood cutter? _______________

b. Where did Taro live? _____________________________________________

c. What did he do all day long? _____________________________________________

d. What made him sad? _____________________________________________

e. Write opposite of underlined words : Little × __________ Sad × __________ Application format

2. Fill in the blanks to complete the following application with appropriate word / words :

____________ (Write your ID Number)

____________ (Write here Class, Section and Roll No.)

____________ (Write here date)

 

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