Class 8 English Book solution Nepal Unit 4 A Diary Entry

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A Diary Entry – Class 8 English Exercise

Match the words in column A with their meanings in column B.

bumpy- iii. (of a surface) uneven/not smooth

rural- iv. connected with or like the countryside

charming-i. very pleasant or attractive

tiring- vi. making you feel the need to sleep or rest

steep- ii. (of a slope) rising or falling quickly

admirable- v. deserving respect, excellent

Decide whether these statements are True or False. Write NG (not given) if the information is not given.

This was Neil’s first visit to Nepal.


He visited the village together with his friend from England.


Neil did not like the music and the song.


He admires the Nepali people.


Neil never closed his eyes throughout his journey so that he could enjoy the scenery.


Neil is going back to his homeland in the near future.

NG (Not Given)

Answer these questions.

When did the writer visit a village in Dhading?

The writer visited a village in Dhading in 2022.

Why did the writer give some money to the boys on the bus?

The writer gave some money to the boys on the bus because they played Nepali songs and made the writer feel close to the Nepali community.

Was the journey to the village comfortable for the writer? Why?

The journey to the village was not comfortable for the writer. The bus traveled along bumpy and windy roads, and the writer nearly fell off the seat a few times.

Why does the writer feel he needs to write diary during the day?

The writer feels the need to write the diary during the day because they are always too tired to write at night.

What did the writer like the most about Nepal?

The writer liked the friendliness and support of Nepali people the most about Nepal.

Grammar II

Complete these sentences with the correct forms of the verbs. Use simple past or present perfect tenses. Use negative forms where necessary.

A: Did you watch the movie “The Queen”?

B: No, I haven’t. Actually, I …have never watched……. . . (never/watch) English movies.

Sam …visited…..(visit) Bali a year ago.

My best friend and I ….have known… (know) each other for fifteen years. We meet very often.

Sunita is a fantastic writer. She …has already written..(already write) ten books.

We …went….(go) on a picnic yesterday but my younger brother…didn’t….(do/not).

Ranjita: ..Did..they ….play…(play) chess yesterday?

Dawa: No, they didn’t……I did though.

..Haven’t……brushed…. (brush) your teeth yet?

He…hasn’t arrived…. (arrive) here yet. He must have got stuck in the traffic.

‘What’s wrong with you?’ I …have…..lost….(lose) my pen.

Use present perfect or simple past forms of the verbs to make sentences from the given clues, as in the example.

We/know each other/since 2019.

We have known each other since 2019.

Mohammad/buy a house/in July last year.

Mohmmd bought a house in July last year.

The Nepali Cricket Team/already win/several matches.

The Nepali Cricket Team has already won several matches.

I/never visit/a museum.

I have never visited a museum.

People/grow/a lot of rice last year?

Did people grow a lot of rice last year?

Phurba/sing a song/just now.

Phurba has sung a song just now.

Diana/leave for England/last week?

Did Diana leave for England last week?

My parents/live/in Stockholm/for several years.

My parents have lived in Stockholm for several years.

It/rain/a lot last winter?

It rained a lot last winter.

Writing II

Write a short diary entry about one of your days this week. You can use Reading II as a model. Include the following.

What activities you did

How you felt when you got involved in those activities

What you would have done differently

Sunday, 8 May, 2023

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Dear Diary,

Today was an eventful day filled with various activities. As a student, I had a lot on my plate, but I managed to make the most of it.

In the morning, I attended my regular classes at school. We had an exciting science experiment where we created mini volcanoes using baking soda and vinegar. It was incredibly fun to see the colorful eruptions and learn about chemical reactions. I felt a sense of curiosity and wonder as I watched the bubbling mixture react and create a mini volcanic explosion.

In the afternoon, I met up with a close friend for lunch at a new restaurant in town. We laughed, shared stories, and enjoyed a delicious meal together. The laughter and companionship brought me so much joy, and I felt grateful for the wonderful friendships in my life.

All in all, today was a fulfilling day. As I prepare to rest for the night, I am grateful for the opportunities and experiences this day brought me.

Until tomorrow,

[Your Name]

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