CBSE Class 8 English Revision Assignment Set B

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Class 8 English Assignment for Revision

CBSE Class 8 English Revision Assignment Set B. Students are advised to refer to the attached assignments and practise them regularly. This will help them to identify their weak areas and will help them to score better in examination. Parents should download and give the assignments to their children for practice.

 

Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Right now, I am looking at a shelf full of relics, a collection of has fossils. Right now I am looking at a shelf full of books. Yes, that's right. If you have some spare cash (the going rate is about $89) and are looking to enhance your reading experience, then I highly suggest  you consider  purchasing an e and I welcome them with open arms (as you should).

If you haven't heard of an e-reader and don't know what it is, then please permit the following  explanation. An e-reader is a device that allows you to read epublication  in  digital  form,  consisting  of  text,  images,  or  both,  and  produced through, and readable on computers or other electronic devices. Sometimes the equivalent of a conventional printed  book,  edefines the e-book as "an electronic version of a prin without  any  printed  equivalent.  So  now  you  know  what  an  e wondering  why  they  put  printed  books  to  shame.  E because  they  save  space,  are  environmen tools that printed books do not.

E-readers  are  superior  to  printed  books  because  they  save  space.  The  average  estore thousands of digital books, providing a veritable library at your fingerti being the size and weight of a thin hardback, the e hold and can fit in a pocketbook or briefcase easily. This makes handling heavy and huge books  such  as  War  and  Peace,  Anna  Karenina,  and drawback to the space-saving aspect of an e put on your shelves. 

In  addition,  e-readers  are  superior  to  books  because  they  are  environment  friendly.  The average  novel is about 300 pages long. So, if a novel is printed 1000 times, it will use 300,000 pieces of paper. That's a lot of paper! If there are about 80,000 pieces of paper in a tree, this means  it  takes  almost  4  trees  to  make  these  1000  books.  Now,  we  know bestseller  sells  about  20,000  copies  per  week.  That  means  that  it  takes  over  300  trees  each month  to  sustain  this  rate.  And  for  the  super  bestsellers,  these  figures  increase  dramatically. 

For  example,  the  Harry  Potter  book  series  has  sold million trees! Upon viewing these figures, it is not hard to grasp the severe impact of printed books on the environment. Since e preservation in terms of the environment and its resources.

Finally, e-readers are superior to books because they provide helpful reading tips and tools that  printed books do not. The typical e passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Right now, I am looking at a shelf full of relics, a collection of has-beens, old fossils. Right now I am looking at a shelf full of books. Yes, that's right. If you have some spare cash (the going rate is about $89) and are looking to enhance your reading experience, then I  highly  suggest you  consider purchasing an e-reader.  E-readers  are replacing the books  of old, and I welcome them with open arms (as you should).

reader and don't know what it is, then please permit the following  reader is a device that allows you to read e-books. An e publication  in  digital  form,  consisting  of  text,  images,  or  both,  and  produced through, and readable on computers or other electronic devices. Sometimes the equivalent of a conventional printed  book,  e-books  can  also be  born digital.  The Oxford  Dictionary of  English book as "an electronic version of a printed book," but e-books can and do exist without  any  printed  equivalent.  So  now  you  know  what  an  e-reader  is.  But  you  still  may  be 

wondering  why  they  put  printed  books  to  shame.  E-readers  are  superior  to  printed  books because  they  save  space,  are  environmentally  friendly,  and  provide  helpful  reading  tips  and tools that printed books do not.

readers  are  superior  to  printed  books  because  they  save  space.  The  average  e store thousands of digital books, providing a veritable library at your fingerti being the size and weight of a thin hardback, the e-reader itself is relatively petite. It is easy to hold and can fit in a pocketbook or briefcase easily. This makes handling heavy and huge books such  as  War  and  Peace,  Anna  Karenina,  and  Les  Misérables  a  breeze.  Perhaps  the  only saving aspect of an e-reader is that it requires you to find new things to readers  are  superior  to  books  because  they  are  environment  friendly.  The novel is about 300 pages long. So, if a novel is printed 1000 times, it will use 300,000 pieces of paper. That's a lot of paper! If there are about 80,000 pieces of paper in a tree, this means  it  takes  almost  4  trees  to  make  these  1000  books.  Now,  we  know bestseller  sells  about  20,000  copies  per  week.  That  means  that  it  takes  over  300  trees  each month  to  sustain  this  rate.  And  for  the  super  bestsellers,  these  figures  increase  dramatically. 

For  example,  the  Harry  Potter  book  series  has  sold  over  450  million  copies.  That's  about  2 million trees! Upon viewing these figures, it is not hard to grasp the severe impact of printed books on the environment. Since e-readers use no trees, they represent a significant amount of the environment and its resources.

readers are superior to books because they provide helpful reading tips and tools that printed books do not. The typical e-reader allows its user to customize letter size, font, and line beens, old-timers, antiques, fossils. Right now I am looking at a shelf full of books. Yes, that's right. If you have some spare cash (the going rate is about $89) and are looking to enhance your reading experience, then I readers  are replacing the books  of old, 

reader and don't know what it is, then please permit the following books. An e-book is a book-length publication  in  digital  form,  consisting  of  text,  images,  or  both,  and  produced  on,  published through, and readable on computers or other electronic devices. Sometimes the equivalent of a books  can  also  be  born digital.  The Oxford Dictionary of  English books can and do exist reader  is.  But  you  still  may  be 

readers  are  superior  to  printed  books tally  friendly,  and  provide  helpful  reading  tips  and readers  are  superior  to  printed  books  because  they  save  space.  The  average  e-reader  can store thousands of digital books, providing a veritable library at your fingertips. What is more, 

reader itself is relatively petite. It is easy to hold and can fit in a pocketbook or briefcase easily. This makes handling heavy and huge books Les  Misérables  a  breeze.  Perhaps  the  only reader is that it requires you to find new things to readers  are  superior  to  books  because  they  are  environment  friendly.  The novel is about 300 pages long. So, if a novel is printed 1000 times, it will use 300,000 pieces of paper. That's a lot of paper! If there are about 80,000 pieces of paper in a tree, this means  it  takes  almost  4  trees  to  make  these  1000  books.  Now,  we  know that  the  average bestseller  sells  about  20,000  copies  per  week.  That  means  that  it  takes  over  300  trees  each month  to  sustain  this  rate.  And  for  the  super  bestsellers,  these  figures  increase  dramatically. 

over  450  million  copies.  That's  about  2 million trees! Upon viewing these figures, it is not hard to grasp the severe impact of printed readers use no trees, they represent a significant amount of readers are superior to books because they provide helpful reading tips and tools that reader allows its user to customize letter size, font, and line spacing. It also allows highlighting and electronic bookmarking. Furthermore, it grants users the ability  to  get  an  overview  of  a  book  and  then  jump  to  a  specific  location  based  on  that overview. While these are all nice features, perhaps the most helpful of all is the ability to get dictionary  definitions  at  the  touch  of  a  finger.  On  even  the  most  basic  e-reader,  users  can conjure instant definitions without having to hunt through a physical dictionary. It can thus be seen that e-readers are superior to printed books. They save space, are environment friendly, and provide helpful reading tips and tools that printed books do not. So what good are printed books? Well, they certainly make nice decorations. 

 

Questions: 

Q1) Describe an e-book. 

Q2) Describe how e-readers are superior in terms of being environment friendly as compared to printed books. 

Q3) What do we conclude from the above passage? 

Q4) Give two reasons of how e-readers save space as compared to printed books. 

Q5) Choose the correct option: 

A) According to the author, which of the following reading tips and tools are offered by the ereader? 

I. line spacing customization 

II. the ability to quickly jump to the end of a book 

III. access to an online thesaurus at the touch of a finger 

a. I only 

b. I and II only 

c. II and III only 

d. I, II, and III 

B) As used in paragraph 1, it  can be inferred that "relics,” “has-beens, old-timers, antiques, fossils" are 

all words that describe something 

a. ancient 

b. useless 

c. outdated 

d. pathetic 

C)  Based  on  its  use  in  paragraph  4,  it  can  be  inferred  that  petite  belongs  to  which  of  the  following word families? 

a. jubilant, euphoric, playful 

b. tall, huge, heavy 

c. cute, attractive, charming 

d. small, slender, thin 

 

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