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Balbharati solutions for English 7th Standard Maharashtra State Board chapter 3 - Compere a Programme [Latest edition]

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Chapter 3: Compere a Programme

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English workshop [Pages 62 - 63]

Balbharati solutions for English 7th Standard Maharashtra State Board Chapter 3 Compere a Programme English workshop [Pages 62 - 63]

English workshop | Q 1 | Page 62

The items in the programme below have got mixed up. Rearrange them in the proper order. Just add the number in the left-hand column.

Balanand Vidyalaya Art Festival Programme
() → Koli Dance
() → igniting the Lamp
() → Chief Guest Speaks
() → Appraisal of the Art Festival
() → Dignitaries Arrive
() → Recital of ‘Taal kacheri’
() → Welcome and Introduction of Guests
() → Prize Distribution
() → The Boy Comes Home - A skit by Std IX
() → Vote of Thanks
English workshop | Q 2 | Page 62

Form groups of 5-8. This passage tells us only what the compère says. Try to visualize and write what the other people on the dais must have said in their speeches (Write only the main points.)

  • The School Principal
  • The Chief Guest
  • The Art teacher who offered a vote of thanks
English workshop | Q 3. (a) | Page 63

Choose the appropriate phrase to insert in the gaps, to make the sentences meaningful. Use the appropriate form of the verb. 

Before we ____________ let us stand in attention for the National Anthem.

  •  to appraise

  •  to be relieved of

  • to draw the curtain

  •  to escort

  • to be likened to

  • to have butterflies in ones stomach

English workshop | Q 3. (b) | Page 63

Choose the appropriate phrase to insert in the gaps, to make the sentences meaningful. Use the appropriate form of the verb.

I ____________ just as I was to receive my Report Card.

  • to appraise

  • to be relieved of

  • to draw the curtain

  • to escort

  • to be likened to

  • to have butterflies in one's stomach

English workshop | Q 3. (c) | Page 63

Choose the appropriate phrase to insert in the gaps, to make the sentence meaningful. Use the appropriate form of the verb.

After I took the medicine, I____________,____________the pain.

  • to appraise

  • to be relieved of

  • to draw the curtain

  • to escort

  • to be likened to

  • to have butterflies in one's stomach

English workshop | Q 3. (d) | Page 63

Choose the appropriate phrase to insert in the gaps, to make the sentence meaningful. Use the appropriate form of the verb.

Before we do the experiment in the Laboratory, let me ____________ you all about it.

  • to appraise

  • to be relieved of

  • to draw the curtain

  • to escort

  • to be likened to

  • to have butterflies in one's stomach

English workshop | Q 3. (e) | Page 63

Choose the appropriate phrase to insert in the gaps, to make the sentences meaningful. Use the appropriate form of the verb.

The minister __________________his personal body-guards.

  • to appraise

  • to be relieved of

  • to draw the curtain

  • to escort

  • to be likened to

  • to have butterflies in one's stomach

English workshop | Q 3. (e) | Page 63

Choose the appropriate phrase to insert in the gaps, to make the sentence meaningful. Use the appropriate form of the verb.

Sorrowful times are ____________darkness.

  • to appraise

  • to be relieved of

  • to draw the curtain

  • to escort

  • to be likened to

  • to have butterflies in one's stomach

English workshop | Q 4 | Page 63

Prepare a formal invitation card for the Art Festival.

English workshop | Q 5 | Page 63

Prepare a News Report in brief on this Art Festival.

English workshop | Q 6 | Page 63

Chalk out detailed programmes for the following occasions.

  • The Teacher’s Day programme in your school.
  • An exhibition of science projects arranged in your classroom.
  • A wedding anniversary/birthday celebration for your grandparents that you have arranged with your family
English workshop | Q 7 | Page 63

What is direct and indirect.

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Chapter 3: Compere a Programme

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Balbharati solutions for English 7th Standard Maharashtra State Board chapter 3 - Compere a Programme

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