CBSE Class 6 English Where Do All The Teachers Go Worksheet Set B

CBSE Class 6 English SA2 Practice Worksheets - Where do all the Teachers go - Excellent worksheets prepared for CBSE students by the best teachers in Delhi.

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

Month : October – I

1. Read the Extract from poem ‘Where do all the Teachers go?’ and answer the following questions :

     I’ll follow one back home today

     I’ll find out what they do

     Then I’ll put it in a poem

     That they can read to you.

a. Write the name of the poem? ______________________________________

b. Who is the poet of this poem? _____________________________________

c. What is the poet planning?_________________________________________

d. Why does he want to know about teachers? ____________________________

e. What do you want to know about your teacher? ____________________________

2. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of verb given:

1. I __________ (read) a very interesting book now.

2. Roma __________ (work) eight hours a day.

3. Tonight we __________ (see) a play at the theater.

4. I __________ (not know) him very well.

4. My wife __________ (like) coffee for breakfast.

6. Your train __________ (leave) at 17.25 from platform 3.

7. My whole family _____________(go) to church yesterday.

8. Leap year ________________(come) every four years.

9. My grandfather ______________(grow) tomatoes in his garden this summer.

10. He ______________(grow) them every summer


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