CBSE Class 6 English SA1 Practice Worksheets - Myself

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CBSE Class 6 English SA1 Practice Worksheets - Myself - Excellent worksheets prepared for CBSE students by the best teachers in Delhi.

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

Month : May - II

1. Paragraph “Myself” with broken lines :

(i) My name is ________________________

(ii) I am _____________ years old.

(iii) I read in __________ Class.

(iv) My School’s name is _________________________________________

(v) My father is a _______________________

(vi) My mother is a ______________________

(vii) My favourite teacher is __________________

(viii) My favourite subject is __________________

(ix) My hobby is ____________________

(x) I play ______________ every day.

2. Fill in the blanks with opposite word of underlined word :

(i) Ramesh was coming but Radha was ___________

(ii) Come here, don’t _______ away.

(iii) Avoid bad habits. Accept _______ habit.

(iv) I like hot tea instead of _______ drink.

(v) There are high as well as ________ places at this mountain.

(vi) Don’t hate anyone. _______ to all.

(vii) They give me a pen. You may ________ it.

(viii) Table is dirty. Please _______ it.

(ix) Lion is a strong animal but deer is a ________ animal.

(x) Say something, I want to ___________ you.

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