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6th Class English Sample Paper

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  • question_answer1)

    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:               
    In 1947, Ken Arnold, a pilot/ saw something very strange. While flying/ he looked out of the window and saw nine saucer-like objects flying past/ in line. Each 'saucer', a hundred feet wide, was travelling at a great speed-around 1200 miles per hour. What were these objects?
     
    After he landed, Arnold reported what he had seen. Scientists seemed to have no answer. So, the objects came to be known as "Unidentified Flying Objects" or "UFO's".
     
    Since 1947 more than 60/000 UFO's have been reported. The US Air Force checked out the reports of 11/109 UFO sightings and found that 94% or 10/432 of these reports were 'misidentified7. That is, people mistook stars, flights of geese, comets, meteors, sunlight on clouds, weather balloons, satellites and other such objects for UFOs.
     
    But there are reasons to believe that UFO's have been actually sighted. One astronomer saw a UFO in broad daylight while travelling by train. The UFO was flying parallel to the train. He could see it for four or five minutes/ before it rose out of sight and disappeared.
     
    While most sights described as UFOs turn out to be misidentified as known natural and artificial phenomena, many hundreds do not. It is these that form the core of the UFO mystery. That UFOs constitute a distinct category of describable sights is based on hundreds of highly detailed and consistent descriptions by professionals (especially airline and military pilots) of their close-up, broad daylight observations of unique flying machines.
     
    Careful review of the vast array of relevant evidence clearly leads to the conclusion that some unidentified flying objects are intelligently controlled vehicles/ whose origin is outside our solar system. All the arguments against the extra-terrestrial origin seem to be based upon false reasoning, misrepresentation of evidence, negligence of relevant information, ignorance of relevant technology/or pseudo sophisticated assumptions about alien appearance, motivation, or government secrecy.
     
    (i) How was the term - UFO coined?
    (ii) Why most reports were called 'misidentifications'?
    (iii) What reasons does the writer give us that UFOs exist?
    (iv) What does careful review of these sightings suggest?
    (v) What is meant by 'distinct'? (Para 5)
    (vi) What is meant by 'neglect'? (Para 6)
    (vii) Find the word opposite in meaning to 'unrelated?. (Para 6)
    (viii) Find the word opposite in meaning to 'natural'. (Para 5)
     

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  • question_answer2)

    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    The Third Voyage of Sindbad The Sailor
    I had a horrible experience during my third voyage. It so happened that the ship in which we were sailing was caught in a violent storm. The ship was dragged ashore by hairy savages who ordered us to vacate the ship and then they took the ship to an unknown Island. Soon we came to a palace like building and on entering one of its room we were struck with horror at the repulsive display of crude things - heaps of men's bones, a large number of skewers/ for roasting joints of meat/ were scattered. Suddenly there appeared a terrible ogre in the room with a roar. The big monster was as tall as a tree and had a huge eye in the middle of his forehead. His ears flapped down like those of an elephant.
    (i) What happened to the ship in which Sindbad was sailing?
    (ii) Who dragged the ship ashore and what did they do?
    (iii) What did Sindbad and his companions see on entering one of the rooms in the palace?
    (iv) Describe the monster.

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  • question_answer3) As you are the school librarian Mr. Amar Singh/ put up a notice on the school notice board/ informing the students to return their library books before the summer vacations begin/ failing which they would be fined.

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  • question_answer4)

    You are Nityam living in Mahanagar/ Lucknow. Write a letter to your friend inviting him to come to Lucknow during the holidays. Mention a few places that you would like him to see there.
    OR
    Write an application to your Principal to grant you leave for five days to attend your brother's marriage.

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  • question_answer5)

    Write a short paragraph on any one of the following:
    (i) Importance of Newspaper
    (ii) My Neighbour
    (iii) Scene at a Railway Station

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  • question_answer6)

    Make nouns from the words given below by adding ness or ity. (For some words we need to add just -ty or-y)
    (i) Bitter
    (ii) Sad
    (iii) Sensitive
    (iv) Great

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    Fill in the blanks with the correct options given below:
    (i) Exercise is ......... medicine.
    (a) as good as (b) better than
    (c) the best (d) none of these
    (ii) Childhood is ......... period of one's life.
    (a) an enjoyable (b) more enjoyable
    (c) the most enjoyable (d) None of these

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  • question_answer8)

    Correct the following sentences:
    (i) Mr. Smith is an European.
    (ii) The Sun rises in east.

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  • question_answer9)

    Choose the correct words from the brackets:
    (i) The Indian Hockey team ................... won. (has, have/ will)
    (ii) Her sister................... India last year. (has visited, visits, visited)
    (iii) Honesty ................... the best policy, (was, is, were)
    (iv) My father ................... the Principal yesterday, (meets, met, has met)

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  • question_answer10)

    Change the following sentences from Direct speech to Indirect speech:
    (i) "Be quiet", said the boy to his companion.
    (ii) Neha said to me, "Are you going to help me?"

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  • question_answer11)

    Look at the words and phrases below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences.
    (i) me/ the sense / it gives / of freedom/ enjoy/I
    (ii) and / it pleases / of responsibilities / me / be / to / duties / rid

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  • question_answer12)

    Read the extract and answer the questions given below:
    Uncle took me to the fair. Bhaiya, who worked for us at home, came with us. There was a big crowd at the fair. Uncle was leading us through the crowd when he met a few of his friends. They wanted him to spend some time with them.
    Uncle asked me whether I would like to look around the fair with Bhaiya till he came, I was happy to do that Uncle warned me neither to buy anything, nor to go too far while he was away. I promised that I would wait for him.
    (i) Where did the uncle take him to?
    (ii) What was the occasion for holding the fair?
    (iii) What did uncle ask Rashid and Bhaiya to do?
    (iv) What instructions did the uncle give to Rasheed and Bhaiya?

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  • question_answer13)

    Read the following lines from the poem and answer the questions given below:
    Climbs to the crest?
    of a gust and pulls,
    Then seems' to rest
    As windfalls
    When string goes slack
    Vou wind it back.
    (i) What does the poet mean by 'Climb to the crest'.
    (ii) How does the wind move the kite?
    (iii) How does the kite become weak?
    (iv) When the wind stops, what does the kite flier do?

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  • question_answer14)

    Answer any four of the following questions:
    (i) What was Patrick's wish?
    (ii) How did Taro's father show his happiness after drinking sake?
    (iii) Why do you think the writer visited Miss Beam's school?
    (iv) What were the villagers reaction when the aunt explained her case to them?
    (v) How many prizes did the boy win? What were they?
    (vi) How did the cobra and the mongoose come face to face?

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  • question_answer15)

    Answer any four of the following questions:
    (i) How did the Rishi explain the different way in which the birds behaved?
    (ii) Why did the other Governors grow jealous of the shepherd?
    (iii) "The watch was nothing special and yet had great powers". In what sense did it have great powers?
    (iv) Why was the crocodile's wife annoyed with her husband one day?
    (v) What did Saeeda tell the sun rays to do?

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  • question_answer16)

    How did the mongoose kill the snake?
    OR
    Taro was being rewarded by God. What do you think about it? Give reasons to support your answer.

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