CBSE Class 8 English Revision Assignment Set F

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Revision Class 8 English Assignment Pdf

Class 8 English students should refer to the following printable assignment in Pdf for Revision in standard 8. This test paper with questions and answers for Grade 8 English will be very useful for exams and help you to score good marks

Class 8 English Assignment for Revision

Question : Read  the  following  passage  carefully  and  answers  the  questions:  

Gir is one of the oldest sanctuaries in India and it is famous for being home to the majestic Asiatic lion. It is  the  only  place  where  this  animal  is  found.  The  sanctuary  is  spread  over  1412  square  kilometre  of forest, grasslands and rocky hills. Gir has about 400 lions and 300 leopards. Apart from lion and leopard, jungle cats, desert cats and rusty-spotted cats are also found in the forest. Deer such as sambars and chitals, antelopes such as blue bulls, four-horned antelopes, Indian gazelles and wild boars are found in abundance  in  Gir.  Jackals,  striped  hyenas,  jungle  cats  and  rusty-spotted  cats,  langurs,  porcupines  and black-naped hares are among the other mammals found in Gir. Gir is home to over 300 species of birds, many of which can be seen year-round. 

a) What Gir is famous for?

b) Why Gir is important for Asiatic lion?  

c) Name the other animals found in the forest.

d)  The sanctuary is spread over -------------- square kilometre of forest. 

e)  The word in the passage which means ’plenty’ is----------------

i) Majestic ii) mammal iii) spotted iv) abundance 


Question :  Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions: 

Travelling is a pleasure. You get to see new places and get the feel of a new environment. But you  should take care that you make your trouble –free for others. While travelling, don’t start a conversation  with a co-passenger without first knowing his willingness to talk with you. Be eco-friendly remember  that the place where you stand has been visited and has to be visited by thousands more. Carry a cloth  bag for waste on sightseeing trips-you can empty it later in a dustbin. If you want to enjoy the hospitality of friends or relatives residing in the place you visit, inform them in advance. Be considerate towards  your hosts and help your host/hostess with household tasks. Go on sightseeing trips without troubling  them to come to your help and don’t expect your host to attend to your needs all the time.

a) How does travelling give us happiness? 

b)  What is the meaning of the phrase “being eco-friendly”?  

c) We should not bother our fellow passengers by----------------------- 

d) One can be considerate towards one’s hosts by --------------------- 

e)  The antonyms of ‘considerate’ is -------------------- 

i) Disconsiderate ii) unconsiderate iii) inconsiderate iv) non-considerat 


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