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Notes for English Class 8 -

Here we have given notes for Reading - I for Class 8. Reading - I is part of English Class 8 for Quick Revision. These notes are comprehensive and detailed yet concise enough to glance through for exam preparations. Reading - I is one of the critical chapters for students to understand thoroughly to perform well in Class 8 examinations. Many students find this chapter a little complicated and thus they can take help from EduRev CBSE Class 8 notes, prepared by expert teachers according to the latest NCERT syllabus.

Online Test for English Class 8 -

After completing the Reading - I it becomes important for students to evaluate themselves how much they have learned from the chapter. Here comes the role of chapter-wise Tests of Reading - I. EduRev provides you with three to four tests for each chapter. These MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions) for Class 8 are so designed to make them understand the types of questions that come during the exam. By attempting these tests one can not only evaluate themselves but can also make a good hold on English Class 8. Taking tests helps them manage time during the exam and also builds their confidence. For proper learning, we have provided here a number of Tests. Taking these tests will definitely help them improve your score.

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  1. What are the questions asked in Class 8 examinations?
    As per the CBSE exam pattern for Class 8 2021, the type of questions asked in the examination are Very Short Answer (VSA) type, Short Answer(SA) type, and Long Answer (LA) type. There will be CBSE internal marks for Class 8 2022 of 20 marks for both the terms.