7th Class English Sample Paper

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:                         
    A dabbawala is a person in Mumbai, whose job is carrying and delivering freshly made food from home in lunch boxes to office workers. They are formally known as MTBSA (Mumbai Tiffin Box Suppliers Association), but most people refer to them as the dabbawalas. The dabbawalas originated when India was under the British rule. Since many British people who came to India did not like the local food, a service was set up to bring lunch to their offices straight from their homes.
    Today, businessmen in modern Mumbai use this service and have become the main customers of the dabbawalas. By delivering to each employee his tiffin or lunch, the dabbawalas solve the problem for an estimated 200,000 people. They charge between 150 Rs. to 300 Rs. per daba per month, depending on the location and collection time.
    They are an incredible team. They have a record of no strikes against management. They are always on time, even through the rainiest days on the planet. Their creativity and ingenuity have kept them alive.
    Fill in the blanks with the correct option: (a) Dabbawala's job is ................ and...............   freshly-made food from home to office workers.

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    A dabbawala is a person in Mumbai, whose job is carrying and delivering freshly made food from home in lunch boxes to office workers. They are formally known as MTBSA (Mumbai Tiffin Box Suppliers Association), but most people refer to them as the dabbawalas. The dabbawalas originated when India was under the British rule. Since many British people who came to India did not like the local food, a service was set up to bring lunch to their offices straight from their homes.
    Today, businessmen in modern Mumbai use this service and have become the main customers of the dabbawalas. By delivering to each employee his tiffin or lunch, the dabbawalas solve the problem for an estimated 200,000 people. They charge between 150 Rs. to 300 Rs. per daba per month, depending on the location and collection time.
    They are an incredible team. They have a record of no strikes against management. They are always on time, even through the rainiest days on the planet. Their creativity and ingenuity have kept them alive.
    Fill in the blanks with the correct option: (b) The employees of MTBSA are known as....................

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    A dabbawala is a person in Mumbai, whose job is carrying and delivering freshly made food from home in lunch boxes to office workers. They are formally known as MTBSA (Mumbai Tiffin Box Suppliers Association), but most people refer to them as the dabbawalas. The dabbawalas originated when India was under the British rule. Since many British people who came to India did not like the local food, a service was set up to bring lunch to their offices straight from their homes.
    Today, businessmen in modern Mumbai use this service and have become the main customers of the dabbawalas. By delivering to each employee his tiffin or lunch, the dabbawalas solve the problem for an estimated 200,000 people. They charge between 150 Rs. to 300 Rs. per daba per month, depending on the location and collection time.
    They are an incredible team. They have a record of no strikes against management. They are always on time, even through the rainiest days on the planet. Their creativity and ingenuity have kept them alive.
    Fill in the blanks with the correct option: (c) The Dabbawalas started their services during. .....................

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    A dabbawala is a person in Mumbai, whose job is carrying and delivering freshly made food from home in lunch boxes to office workers. They are formally known as MTBSA (Mumbai Tiffin Box Suppliers Association), but most people refer to them as the dabbawalas. The dabbawalas originated when India was under the British rule. Since many British people who came to India did not like the local food, a service was set up to bring lunch to their offices straight from their homes.
    Today, businessmen in modern Mumbai use this service and have become the main customers of the dabbawalas. By delivering to each employee his tiffin or lunch, the dabbawalas solve the problem for an estimated 200,000 people. They charge between 150 Rs. to 300 Rs. per daba per month, depending on the location and collection time.
    They are an incredible team. They have a record of no strikes against management. They are always on time, even through the rainiest days on the planet. Their creativity and ingenuity have kept them alive.
    Fill in the blanks with the correct option: (d) Providing services to as many as................ people, Dabbawalas are considered to be most............. even through the rainiest days on the planet.

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    A dabbawala is a person in Mumbai, whose job is carrying and delivering freshly made food from home in lunch boxes to office workers. They are formally known as MTBSA (Mumbai Tiffin Box Suppliers Association), but most people refer to them as the dabbawalas. The dabbawalas originated when India was under the British rule. Since many British people who came to India did not like the local food, a service was set up to bring lunch to their offices straight from their homes.
    Today, businessmen in modern Mumbai use this service and have become the main customers of the dabbawalas. By delivering to each employee his tiffin or lunch, the dabbawalas solve the problem for an estimated 200,000 people. They charge between 150 Rs. to 300 Rs. per daba per month, depending on the location and collection time.
    They are an incredible team. They have a record of no strikes against management. They are always on time, even through the rainiest days on the planet. Their creativity and ingenuity have kept them alive.
    Fill in the blanks with the correct option: (e) Dabbawalas have to their credit, a record of never going on??

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:                         
    A dabbawala is a person in Mumbai, whose job is carrying and delivering freshly made food from home in lunch boxes to office workers. They are formally known as MTBSA (Mumbai Tiffin Box Suppliers Association), but most people refer to them as the dabbawalas. The dabbawalas originated when India was under the British rule. Since many British people who came to India did not like the local food, a service was set up to bring lunch to their offices straight from their homes.
    Today, businessmen in modern Mumbai use this service and have become the main customers of the dabbawalas. By delivering to each employee his tiffin or lunch, the dabbawalas solve the problem for an estimated 200,000 people. They charge between 150 Rs. to 300 Rs. per daba per month, depending on the location and collection time.
    They are an incredible team. They have a record of no strikes against management. They are always on time, even through the rainiest days on the planet. Their creativity and ingenuity have kept them alive.
    Fill in the blanks with the correct option: (f) The creativity and ingenuity of dabbawalas ..........

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:                         
    A dabbawala is a person in Mumbai, whose job is carrying and delivering freshly made food from home in lunch boxes to office workers. They are formally known as MTBSA (Mumbai Tiffin Box Suppliers Association), but most people refer to them as the dabbawalas. The dabbawalas originated when India was under the British rule. Since many British people who came to India did not like the local food, a service was set up to bring lunch to their offices straight from their homes.
    Today, businessmen in modern Mumbai use this service and have become the main customers of the dabbawalas. By delivering to each employee his tiffin or lunch, the dabbawalas solve the problem for an estimated 200,000 people. They charge between 150 Rs. to 300 Rs. per daba per month, depending on the location and collection time.
    They are an incredible team. They have a record of no strikes against management. They are always on time, even through the rainiest days on the planet. Their creativity and ingenuity have kept them alive.
    Fill in the blanks with the correct option: (g) The main customers of dabbawalas are?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:                         
    A dabbawala is a person in Mumbai, whose job is carrying and delivering freshly made food from home in lunch boxes to office workers. They are formally known as MTBSA (Mumbai Tiffin Box Suppliers Association), but most people refer to them as the dabbawalas. The dabbawalas originated when India was under the British rule. Since many British people who came to India did not like the local food, a service was set up to bring lunch to their offices straight from their homes.
    Today, businessmen in modern Mumbai use this service and have become the main customers of the dabbawalas. By delivering to each employee his tiffin or lunch, the dabbawalas solve the problem for an estimated 200,000 people. They charge between 150 Rs. to 300 Rs. per daba per month, depending on the location and collection time.
    They are an incredible team. They have a record of no strikes against management. They are always on time, even through the rainiest days on the planet. Their creativity and ingenuity have kept them alive.
    Fill in the blanks with the correct option: (h) There- is an incredible team of............... in Mumbai.

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    'Health is wealth' is a well-known saying. Without good health, life is a burden. When we fall ill we are unhappy. We cannot work or play. Germs cause illness. These are very small living things. They live on dirt and grow in darkness. They get into our body by air, water, food or cuts in the skin and make us ill. Dirt and darkness are the enemies of a good health. They breed germs. Sunlight and cleanliness destroy them. So we must keep our body clean and do exercise daily to keep ourselves healthy. Bad habits like smoking and drinking alcohol must be avoided.
    Answer the following questions briefly: (a) What happens when we fall ill?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    'Health is wealth' is a well-known saying. Without good health, life is a burden. When we fall ill we are unhappy. We cannot work or play. Germs cause illness. These are very small living things. They live on dirt and grow in darkness. They get into our body by air, water, food or cuts in the skin and make us ill. Dirt and darkness are the enemies of a good health. They breed germs. Sunlight and cleanliness destroy them. So we must keep our body clean and do exercise daily to keep ourselves healthy. Bad habits like smoking and drinking alcohol must be avoided.
    Answer the following questions briefly: (b) What are germs and where do they live?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    'Health is wealth' is a well-known saying. Without good health, life is a burden. When we fall ill we are unhappy. We cannot work or play. Germs cause illness. These are very small living things. They live on dirt and grow in darkness. They get into our body by air, water, food or cuts in the skin and make us ill. Dirt and darkness are the enemies of a good health. They breed germs. Sunlight and cleanliness destroy them. So we must keep our body clean and do exercise daily to keep ourselves healthy. Bad habits like smoking and drinking alcohol must be avoided.
    Answer the following questions briefly: (c) How do germs enter our body?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    'Health is wealth' is a well-known saying. Without good health, life is a burden. When we fall ill we are unhappy. We cannot work or play. Germs cause illness. These are very small living things. They live on dirt and grow in darkness. They get into our body by air, water, food or cuts in the skin and make us ill. Dirt and darkness are the enemies of a good health. They breed germs. Sunlight and cleanliness destroy them. So we must keep our body clean and do exercise daily to keep ourselves healthy. Bad habits like smoking and drinking alcohol must be avoided.
    Answer the following questions briefly: (d) What should we do to keep good health?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    'Health is wealth' is a well-known saying. Without good health, life is a burden. When we fall ill we are unhappy. We cannot work or play. Germs cause illness. These are very small living things. They live on dirt and grow in darkness. They get into our body by air, water, food or cuts in the skin and make us ill. Dirt and darkness are the enemies of a good health. They breed germs. Sunlight and cleanliness destroy them. So we must keep our body clean and do exercise daily to keep ourselves healthy. Bad habits like smoking and drinking alcohol must be avoided.
    Answer the following questions briefly: (e) Find the opposites of: (i) Friends (ii) Bad

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    'Health is wealth' is a well-known saying. Without good health, life is a burden. When we fall ill we are unhappy. We cannot work or play. Germs cause illness. These are very small living things. They live on dirt and grow in darkness. They get into our body by air, water, food or cuts in the skin and make us ill. Dirt and darkness are the enemies of a good health. They breed germs. Sunlight and cleanliness destroy them. So we must keep our body clean and do exercise daily to keep ourselves healthy. Bad habits like smoking and drinking alcohol must be avoided.
    Answer the following questions briefly: (f) Find the words from the passage similar in meaning to: (i) Heavy (ii) Invisibility

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  • question_answer15) The Health Club of your school has decided to observe a day for the differently abled children. You are the Secretary of the club. Draft a notice to invite all the students to the programme, giving details.

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  • question_answer16) Write a letter to your friend Kavish thanking him for the birthday present he has sent for you. You are Raghav of Chennai.

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  • question_answer17) Read the given lines and complete the story in 150-200 words. Give a suitable title to your story Once there was a village of starving and malnourished children. An angel happened to visit this village. He was shocked.......................

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    Complete the sentences by choosing appropriate options.
    (i) Mount Everest is the.................... peak in the world.
    (ii) Rekha is....................... than Freed.
    (iii) Rahul is the.................... boy of his class.
    (iv) Calcutta is the.................... city of India.
    (v) His father is.................... than his mother.
    (vi) This story book is ..................... than that novel.
    (vii) Iron is ..................... than any other metal.
    (viii) Ramesh is the ..................... of the three brothers.

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  • question_answer19) Match the columns.

    (a) A hundred years (a) Optimist
    (b) A child whose parents are dead (b) Century
    (c) Life story of a person written by himself (c) Orphan
    (d) One who looks at the brighter side of a thing (d) Autobiography

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    Rearrange the jumbled words to form meaningful sentences.
    Example: kids / chocolate / like / it / because / is./ sweet
    Kids like chocolate because it is sweet.
    (a) favourite / my / pastime / to / play / cricket / is
    (b) no / playmate / when /1 / there / was / was / twelve
    (c) a very / had /1 / unique / experience
    (d) alone / bat /1 / ball / and / to / used / even

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    Read the lines from the poem and answer to following questions :
    I saw a snake and ran away some snakes are dangerous, they say,
    But mother says that kind is good
    And eats up insects for his food.
    Questions:
    (a) What does the child's mother say about snakes?
    (b) Why do the snakes kill insects?
    (c) Why are snakes dangerous?
    (d) Why did the child run away on seeing the snake?
    OR
    Read the lines and answer the following questions:
    Cricket does not. Ground can be oval like the Adelaid Oval or nearby circular like Chepauk in Chennai. A six at the Melbourne Cricket ground need not to clear much more ground than it does at Feroze Shah Kotia in Delhi.
    Questions:
    (a) What does the sentence 'Cricket does not mean?
    (b) Name an oval stadium mentioned in the passage.
    (c) Name two Indian Cricket Stadiums mentioned in the passage.
    (d) Give antonym of word 'clear'.

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    Answer any four of the following questions:
    (a) Why did the writer think those boots bought from big firm were "ill-omened"?
    (b) (i) What trees does Mr. Wonka mention ? Which tree does he say lives the longest?
    (ii) How long does this tree live? Where can you find it?
    (c) How is fire created? What was the man's first experience of fire?
    (d) What did the dog do to lead the farmer to the hidden gold?
    (e) What was the author's opinion about Mr. Gessler as a boot-maker?
    (f) The poet's mother asks him not to be afraid of the garden snake. Why?

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    Answer the following questions:
    (a) Did Kari enjoy to take bath in the river? Give a reason for your answer.
    (b) Why did Soapy not like to go to people -who -were known to him?
    (c) Describe the stranger who come to the pet shop. What did he want?
    (d) What punishment was giver, to the bear for attacking the bee hive?
    (e) The president of Central Committee received a report. What was it?

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    Explain elaborately, India's dominance in the world cricket today.
    OR
    Do you think there is life on other planets? Can you guess what kind of people there may be on other planets? In what ways are they likely to be different horn us?

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