7th Class English Story Writing Question Bank

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  • question_answer1)

    Read the following sentences and answer the questions that follow:
    a. A hunter, however, comes to the rescue and cuts the wolf open. Immediately, Little Red Riding Hood and her grandmother emerge unharmed.
    b. This tale is about a girl called Little Red Riding Hood, she always wears the red hooded cape. Every day, the girl walks through the woods to deliver food to her grandmother.
    c. One day, a wolf approaches the girl and she naively tells him where she is going.
    d. In the meantime, the wolf goes to the grandmother's house and eats her. When the girl arrives he eats her too.
    e. He suggests the girl to pick some flowers for her grandmother who was keeping unwell. She does so.
    Arrange the above sentences in a logical order to form a meaningful story.

    A) a-b-c-d-e                    

    B) b-c-e-d-a  

    C) b-a-d-e-c         

    D) b-d-a-c-e

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    Read the following sentences and answer the questions that follow:
    a. A hunter, however, comes to the rescue and cuts the wolf open. Immediately, Little Red Riding Hood and her grandmother emerge unharmed.
    b. This tale is about a girl called Little Red Riding Hood, she always wears the red hooded cape. Every day, the girl walks through the woods to deliver food to her grandmother.
    c. One day, a wolf approaches the girl and she naively tells him where she is going.
    d. In the meantime, the wolf goes to the grandmother's house and eats her. When the girl arrives he eats her too.
    e. He suggests the girl to pick some flowers for her grandmother who was keeping unwell. She does so.
    What is the moral of the story?

    A) Always meet your grandmother in the forest,

    B) Never listen to strangers.  

    C) Never be friends with a wolf.

    D) Never tell the truth.

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    Read each of the following sentences and arrange them in a logical order:
    a. His relatives live in London, but they are coming for the wedding. All of Sakshi’s family live right here in Mumbai. The wedding ceremony is scheduled to take place in Udaipur.
    b. She is going to marry Sachin Sharma who lives in the USA.
    c. After marriage, Sakshi would be travelling to the USA, where she already has a job
    d. Sakshi Mittal is getting married in June.
     

    A) d-b-a-c              

    B) d-a-b-c

    C) b-a-d-c            

    D) a-b-d-c

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    Read each of the following sentences and arrange them in a logical order:
    a. Her dance performances are like fairy tales and she moves like a fairy.
    b. In these fairy tales, she tells us about legends from the stories of ancient India
    c. My dance teacher is an Indian classical dancer.
    d. She was born in England but as a dancer, she learnt her technique in the North-East India from a famous master.
     

    A) c-d-a-b                         

    B) a-d-c-b

    C) a-b-c-d           

    D) d-a-b-c

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    Read each of the following sentences and arrange them in a logical order:
    a. This man got the job
    b. Along the corridor, he picked up a piece of paper and threw it in the dustbin.
    c. A man attended an interview for a job.
    d. The interviewer passed by and saw it.
     

    A) c-b-d-a                         

    B) c-b-a-d

    C) c-d-b-a           

    D) c-a-b-d

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    Read each of the following sentences and arrange them in a logical order:
    a. I had two eggs, a piece of toast and a glass of orange juice.
    b. I woke up one morning to a beautiful sunrise.
    c. I was very hungry that morning, so I headed for the breakfast table.
    d. After breakfast, I ran to the bus stop for an other glorious day of school
     

    A) a-b-c-d                       

    B) b-c-a-d  

    C) c-d-b-a            

    D) c-a-b-d

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    Read each of the following sentences and arrange them in a logical order:
    a. People who live in the city do not have to worry about wells or springs.
    b. The city supplies them with water.
    c. For them, water may come from a spring, a well or underground water connection.
    d. But in villages, especially for farmers, obtaining water supply may be quite a problem.
     

    A) c-d-b-a                       

    B) a-b-d-c  

    C) b-c-d-a           

    D) c-a-b-d

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    Read each of the following sentences and arrange them in a logical order:
    a. This process also reduces the amount of waste going into landfills.
    b. For making this work we put used materials in a landfill, it is developed and made into new items.
    c. Lastly, as a result it also helps to bring prices down on items that are made from using recycled waste.
    d. Recycling is the term used to describe an alternative form of getting rid of used materials.
     

    A) c-d-b-a                       

    B) d-a-b-c

    C) d-c-b-a            

    D) d-b-a-c  

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    Read the following snippets and answer the questions that follow:
    In a writing career that spanned more than half a century, Agatha Christie wrote 79 novels and short story collections.
    What is the meaning of the word 'spanned' as used in the above snippet?

    A) Spin over                   

    B) Triviality

    C) Extended over   

    D) Consequence

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    Read the following snippets and answer the questions that follow:
    In 1961, earth tremors began to disturb the islanders. Then, a volcanic eruption forced the evacuation of the entire population. They were housed at a camp near Southampton.
    What is the meaning of the word 'evacuation' as used in the above snippet?

    A) Voyage                      

    B) Mass departure  

    C) Trek              

    D) Expedition

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    Read the following snippets and answer the questions that follow:
    "The Times has had an excellent reputation for over 200 year," said its editor, who has been working for the paper since 1980, "and now we are trying our best to continue that tradition in order to produce a newspaper for the twenty-first century."
    What is the meaning of the word 'tradition' as used in the above snippet?

    A) Convention                  

    B) Innovation

    C) Modernisation            

    D) Advancement

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    Read the following snippets and answer the questions that follow:
    I don't always agree with the opinion stated on the editorial page, but it's good to know how other people feel about items in the news.
    What is the meaning of the word 'opinion' as used in the above snippet?

    A) Significance               

    B) Importance

    C) View, belief        

    D) Outcome

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    Read the following snippets and answer the questions that follow:
    The joy of our daughter looking through the window to see the familiar surroundings covered with a blanket of untouched white snow, was so exciting that we couldn't resist the temptation to take the journey north into the mountains.
    Which of the following words is not similar in meaning to 'temptation'?

    A) Enticement                 

    B) Limitation  

    C) Appeal          

    D) Inducement

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    Read the following snippets and answer the questions that follow:
    Jane, from Manchester, has been taking in foster pets for more than four years. having been among the first to sign up when 'Paws for Kids' started in March 1999.
    What is the meaning of 'foster' in the phrase 'foster pets'?

    A) Harm            

    B) Discourage

    C) To nurture         

    D) Block

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    Read the following snippets and answer the questions that follow:
    Most Europeans live in small villages. They grow their own food and barter with others. As well as keeping animals, they grow small crops of wheat, rye and vegetables. Milk, from dairy cows, is a vital part of the diet. This milk is also used to make butter and cheese.
    Which of the following words can replace the word 'barter' used above, without changing the meaning of the text?

    A) Traverse                     

    B) Keep

    C) Persuade         

    D) Exchange  

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