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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:
    1. Unemployment is a serious problem in India. It is becoming more and more serious day-by-day. India has the population of about 1.20 billion. The problem of unemployment is rising fast. Every able-bodied man and woman must get employment. If not, the problem of unemployment will create difficulties for the development of the country.
    2. Many age-old businesses that are not able to cope-up with the changing demand and economic scenario, are either closed down or heavy retrenchment takes place in them. When there is a slump in business, many people find themselves without jobs.
    3. Though a number of young men have been absorbed in the Information Technology business, a large number of youth are still unemployed.
    First of all, we must check the fast rising population of India. We cannot create jobs for all if the rate of population is not slowed down.
    Family planning schemes should be made popular. People should be educated about the importance of a small family. This will help solve the problem of unemployment.
    4. The education system of our country should be need-based and job-oriented. It must make our students self-dependent. A change in the mental attitude of our boys and girls is necessary. As many of them are service-minded, they do not want to take risks. They do not like to start businesses or small-scale industries. They should not depend on the government for everything. It is not possible for any government to give jobs to all. A desire for doing something of one's own may solve, to some extent, the problem of unemployment for both the educated and the uneducated people.
    5. In brief, we have to solve the problem of unemployment on a war footing. For this, both long and short measures should be taken in India. Population growth has to be checked. Family planning should be made productive.
    Everyone should give financial help to the unemployed, to set up some industry or start some business. People should be encouraged to go for skill-based education. Government should promote the establishment of industries by the private sector.
    (i) How can population growth affect employment in India?
    (ii) What reforms should be made in our education system to reduce unemployment?
    (iii) How can a change in the mental attitude of our boys and girls reduce the problem of unemployment?
    (iv) What measures should be taken to solve the problem of unemployment?
    (v) Which word in Para 2 means the same as 'setting'?
    (vi) Which word in Para 2 mean the same as 'reduction'?
    (vii) Find a word in Para 5 which means 'place'.
    (viii) Which word in Para 2 means the same as 'recession'?

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  • question_answer2)

    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Cancer happens when the normal cells making up a part of a person's body, starts to grow faster than usual, take an odd shape and stop that part of the body from doing its work. If the cancer lump is found early enough, it can sometimes be removed by surgical operation or killed by treatment with X-rays or gamma rays. But if this is not done soon, stray cells break off from the cancerous part and float off in the blood to start trouble elsewhere. Cancer can start in almost any part of the body?for eg. the lungs, the kidneys, the stomach, the bones, the blood and even the skin. No one really knows why cancer starts. But ideas are becoming clearer about what makes people likely to get cancer, and doctors are keen to stop people from smoking cigarettes, chewing tobacco which they think may encourage the disease.
    (i) What happens to the normal cells in cancer?
    (ii) If cancer is found early, how can it be treated?
    (iii) What happens if cancer is not treated in time?
    (iv) What are the most likely causes of cancer?

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  • question_answer3) Preeti, student of class VI has lost her literature text book in the school field. She wants to put up a notice on the School Notice Board. Draft a notice in about 50 words.

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  • question_answer4)

    Write a letter to your friend wishing him/her on his/her birthday. Also tell him/her that you are sending him/her a gift
    OR
    Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper expressing your concern about the monkey menace in your locality.

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  • question_answer5)

    Write a short paragraph on any one of the following:
    (i) Desert
    (ii) Health is wealth
    (iii) My Mother

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  • question_answer6)

    Say whether the Nouns mentioned below are Proper, Common, Collective or Abstract:
    (i) Cruelty
    (ii) Ship
    (iii) The Gita
    (iv) Dog

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    Fill in the blanks with the correct options given below:
    (i) The Neem tree is ......... any other tree.
    (a) as useful as (b) more useful than
    (c) the most useful (d) none of these
    (ii) Dogs are......... pets.
    (a) faithful (b) more faithful
    (c) the most faithful (d) None of these

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  • question_answer8)

    Correct the following sentences:
    (i) Meena will have return in a week.
    (ii) The clothes has been washed by the washerman.

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  • question_answer9)

    Complete the following sentences with the appropriate form of the verbs in brackets.
    (i) Rahul................ to school by bus. (go)
    (ii) Yesterday when I.................. (drive) the car, a dog............. (appear) in front of the car.
    (iii) I................ a movie on T.V. now (watch).
    (iv) I................. (lose) my pen last week.

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    Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions:
    (i) Do not cry ................ spilt milk.
    (ii) His name is ................ the door.
    (iii) Walking is good ................ health.
    (iv) Flags waved ................ our heads.

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  • question_answer11)

    Rearrange the following words / phrases to make meaningful sentences:
    (i) bring / festivals / life / colours / to / the / human /of/a
    (ii) many/festivals/celebrated/in/types/India/of/are

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    Read the extract and answer the questions given below:
    Deserts are the driest places on earth and it sometimes go for months, or even years, without rain. But even the desert animals cannot survive without water, or for long periods in the scorching sun, so they have to find different ways of coping with the harsh conditions. For example, gerbils spend the hottest part of the day in cool underground burrows.
    (i) From which lesson has this extract been taken?
    (ii) What is the most horrible feature of a desert?
    (iii) What are the weather conditions in the desert?
    (iv) How do certain animals manage to survive there?

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  • question_answer13)

    Read the following lines from the poem and answer the questions given below:
    And run until
    A new breeze blows
    And its wings fill
    And up it goes!
    How bright one the blue
    Is a kite when it's new!
    But a raggeder thing
    You never will see
    When it flaps on a string
    In the top of a tree.
    (i) Who runs when new breeze blows?
    (ii) What does the kite fill in its wings?
    (iii) How does the kite look like when entangled?
    (iv) Why does it flap its wings?

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  • question_answer14)

    Answer any four of the following questions:
    (i) In what subjects did the little man need help, to do Patrick's homework?
    (ii) Why did the waterfall give Taro sake and others water?
    (iii) What was the 'game' that every child in the school had to play?
    (iv) Why was Jumman happy every Algus nomination as head 'Panch'?
    (v) An old man won a clock and sold it back to the shopkeeper. How much money did he make?
    (vi) How did the myna and the crow interfere in the classic fight?

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  • question_answer15)

    Answer any four of the following questions:
    (i) What did the second bird complain about his brother?
    (ii) Why was the new Governor called to the palace?
    (iii) Do you think the man would ever come back to pick up the watch?
    (iv) What did the two friends generally talk about?
    (v) Why were the sun rays keen to go down to the earth the next day?

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  • question_answer16)

    Who was Taro? How do you know that he loved his parents?
    OR
    Write a character sketch of Vijay Singh. Do you think he defeated the ghost with his intelligence?

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