Odisha State Board BSE Odisha 6th Class English Solutions Test-1 Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.
BSE Odisha Class 6 English Solutions Test-1
BSE Odisha 6th Class English Test -1 Text Book Questions and Answers
- The figures in the right-hand margin indicate the marks for each question.
1. Write the following Odia names of the persons in English.
(Teacher will give the names of six persons in Odia.) 
ମହାତ୍ମା ଗାନ୍ଧୀ – Mahatma Gandhi
ଜବାହରଲାଲ ନେହେରୁ | – Jawaharlal Nehru
ସୁଭାଷ ବୋଷ | – Subhas Bose
ଗୋପାବନ୍ଧୁ ଦାସ – Gopabandhu Das
ମଧୁସୂଦନ ଦାସ – Madhusudan Das
ବିଜୁ ପଟ୍ଟନାୟକ – Biju Patnaik
2. Write the following place names in English.
(Teacher will give names of six places in Odia.) 
ଦିଲ୍ଲୀ – Delhi
କାଶ୍ମୀର – Kashmir
ଅୟୋଧ୍ୟା – Ayodhya
ଆସାମ | – Assam
ଭୁବନେଶ୍ୱର – Bhubaneswar
କଟକ | – Cuttack
3. Your teacher will give a dictation of ten words. Write them in the space given below. 
School Mother Town
Book House Temple
Teacher Village God
4. Given below are some words. Your teacher will read aloud five of them. Tick those which s/he reads aloud. 
house, gentle, great, night, cotton, lemon, nibble, thief, delicious, curry, kingdom, nail, battle, ground.
[Listen to your teacher and tick those words your teacher reads aloud.]
5. Your teacher will read aloud a paragraph. You listen to him/her and fill in the gaps. 
(Question with Answer)
Next ____________the son-in-law was ___________to leave for his ______________ . The bamboo _____________came to his ___________________. He thought of_____________ bamboo curry at home. But ________________ did not have _______________________.
Next day the son-in-law was about to leave for his home. The bamboo curry came to his mind. He thought of cooking bamboo curry at home. But they did not have bamboo.
6. Match the words which sound alike at the end. (Question with Answer) 
7. Read the poem and answer the questions. 
A kite on the ground
Is just paper and string
But up in the air
Will dance and sing.
A kite in the air
Will dance and caper
But back on the ground
Is just string and paper.
What is this poem about?
This poem is about a kite.
What does it do when up in the air?
When Up in the air, it will dance and sing.
What is it when it is on the ground?
When on the ground, it is just paper and string.
Do you like flying a kite?
Yes, I like flying a kite very much.
What are kites normally made of?
Normally, kites are made of paper and string.
8. Read the following paragraph and answer the questions in complete sentences. 
A son-in-law after his marriage was planning to visit his father-in-law for the first time. A man from his village gave him some advice, “Use big and high-sounding words in your father-in-law’s house. Always sit in a high place. First, say ‘no’ to any food given to you.’’
What is the paragraph about?
The paragraph is about a son-in-law.
What was he planning?
He was planning to visit his father-in-law’s house.
When was he planning?
He was planning after his marriage.
Had he gone to his father-in-law’s house before?
No, he had not gone to his father-in-law’s house before.
Who gave him some advice?
A man from his village gave him some advice.
How many pieces of advice did he give?
He gave three pieces of advice.
What was the first advice?
The first piece of advice was to use big and high-sounding words in his father-in-law’s house.
What was the second piece of advice?
The second piece of advice was always to sit in a high place.
What was the third piece of advice?
The third piece of advice was first to say ‘no’ to any food given to him.
Will he carry out the advice?
Yes, he will carry out the advice.
9. Read the following poem and answer the questions in complete sentences. 
I woke up this morning
And I got out of bed,
Then I took a cup of tea
And ate a slice of bread.
1 went to the bus stop
And caught the bus to school,
On my way back it rained
And the weather was cool.
Who is T in the poem?
T in the poem is the poet.
What did s/he take after getting up?
After getting up, s/he took a cup of tea.
What did s/he eat?
S/he ate a slice of bread.
How did s/he go to school?
S/he went to school by bus.
What happened on his / her way back?
On his/her way back, it rained and the weather was cool.
10. Read the following paragraph and answer the questions in complete sentences. 
There was a crow and there was a cuckoo. They lived together happily. The crow was hard-working. But the cuckoo was very lazy. The crow brought food. The cuckoo only ate. The crow built a nest. She laid her eggs there. The cuckoo also wanted to lay eggs. But she had
not built a nest. One day the crow was not in her nest. The cuckoo threw away the eggs and laid her own eggs there. The crow did not know this. She sat over the eggs for some days. Young ones came out. She took care of them. But when the young ones grew? up, they sang like cuckoos. So she drove them away. From that day the crow always drives away the cuckoo.
What is this paragraph about?
This paragraph is about a crow and a cuckoo.
Who was lazy?
The cuckoo was very lazy.
Who was hard-working?
The crow was hard-working.
Who brought food?
The crow brought food.
Who ate it?
The cuckoo only ate it.
Who built a nest?
The crow built a nest.
What did the cuckoo do with the eggs of the crow?
The cuckoo threw away the eggs of the crow and laid her own eggs there.
Whose young ones the crow was taking care of?
The crow was taking care of the young ones of the cuckoo.
When did she come to know about this?
When the young ones grew up and sang like cuckoos, she (crow) came to know about this.
Why could not she recognize them before?
She (the crow) could not recognize them before because in her absence the cuckoo had thrown away her eggs and laid her (cuckoo’s) own eggs there. Further, the young ones of the crow and the cuckoo look alike.