7th Class English Sample Paper

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  • question_answer1)

    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Once, the king of the jungle, the lion said to its friend, "As you know, I am the king of the jungle and my cub is going to be the next king, I want to provide him with the education that is fit for a king. Please suggest a good teacher for my cub.? The owl suggested the fox, as it is supposed to be very clever. The lion replied, "No way! The fox is very cunning and he always lies; he cannot teach my son." The owl suggested the elephant but the lion said, "the elephant is just strong but not intelligent; he cannot be my cub's teacher.'
    The owl suggested many animals' names but the lion did not approve anybody. Finally, the owl said, "Ok why don't I teach your son?? The lion readily agreed as the owl is supposed to be very wise. He appointed the wise owl as the cub's teacher.
    Fill in the blanks with the correct option:
    (a) The young one of a lion is called a..................... (cub, lioness, prince)

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Once, the king of the jungle, the lion said to its friend, "As you know, I am the king of the jungle and my cub is going to be the next king, I want to provide him with the education that is fit for a king. Please suggest a good teacher for my cub.? The owl suggested the fox, as it is supposed to be very clever. The lion replied, "No way! The fox is very cunning and he always lies; he cannot teach my son." The owl suggested the elephant but the lion said, "the elephant is just strong but not intelligent; he cannot be my cub's teacher.'
    The owl suggested many animals' names but the lion did not approve anybody. Finally, the owl said, "Ok why don't I teach your son?? The lion readily agreed as the owl is supposed to be very wise. He appointed the wise owl as the cub's teacher.
    (b) The lion wanted a good ............... for his cub. (partner, friend, teacher)

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Once, the king of the jungle, the lion said to its friend, "As you know, I am the king of the jungle and my cub is going to be the next king, I want to provide him with the education that is fit for a king. Please suggest a good teacher for my cub.? The owl suggested the fox, as it is supposed to be very clever. The lion replied, "No way! The fox is very cunning and he always lies; he cannot teach my son." The owl suggested the elephant but the lion said, "the elephant is just strong but not intelligent; he cannot be my cub's teacher.'
    The owl suggested many animals' names but the lion did not approve anybody. Finally, the owl said, "Ok why don't I teach your son?? The lion readily agreed as the owl is supposed to be very wise. He appointed the wise owl as the cub's teacher.
    (c) He did not want the fox to teach him because he is........... (cunning, silly, clever)

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Once, the king of the jungle, the lion said to its friend, "As you know, I am the king of the jungle and my cub is going to be the next king, I want to provide him with the education that is fit for a king. Please suggest a good teacher for my cub.? The owl suggested the fox, as it is supposed to be very clever. The lion replied, "No way! The fox is very cunning and he always lies; he cannot teach my son." The owl suggested the elephant but the lion said, "the elephant is just strong but not intelligent; he cannot be my cub's teacher.'
    The owl suggested many animals' names but the lion did not approve anybody. Finally, the owl said, "Ok why don't I teach your son?? The lion readily agreed as the owl is supposed to be very wise. He appointed the wise owl as the cub's teacher.
    (d) Finally the lion selected the ............... as his cub's teacher, (elephant, owl, monkey)

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Once, the king of the jungle, the lion said to its friend, "As you know, I am the king of the jungle and my cub is going to be the next king, I want to provide him with the education that is fit for a king. Please suggest a good teacher for my cub.? The owl suggested the fox, as it is supposed to be very clever. The lion replied, "No way! The fox is very cunning and he always lies; he cannot teach my son." The owl suggested the elephant but the lion said, "the elephant is just strong but not intelligent; he cannot be my cub's teacher.'
    The owl suggested many animals' names but the lion did not approve anybody. Finally, the owl said, "Ok why don't I teach your son?? The lion readily agreed as the owl is supposed to be very wise. He appointed the wise owl as the cub's teacher.
    (e) The opposite of wise is................... (foolish, wisdom, intelligent)

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Once, the king of the jungle, the lion said to its friend, "As you know, I am the king of the jungle and my cub is going to be the next king, I want to provide him with the education that is fit for a king. Please suggest a good teacher for my cub.? The owl suggested the fox, as it is supposed to be very clever. The lion replied, "No way! The fox is very cunning and he always lies; he cannot teach my son." The owl suggested the elephant but the lion said, "the elephant is just strong but not intelligent; he cannot be my cub's teacher.'
    The owl suggested many animals' names but the lion did not approve anybody. Finally, the owl said, "Ok why don't I teach your son?? The lion readily agreed as the owl is supposed to be very wise. He appointed the wise owl as the cub's teacher.
    (f) The king of the jungle is................... (cub, prince, lion)

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Once, the king of the jungle, the lion said to its friend, "As you know, I am the king of the jungle and my cub is going to be the next king, I want to provide him with the education that is fit for a king. Please suggest a good teacher for my cub.? The owl suggested the fox, as it is supposed to be very clever. The lion replied, "No way! The fox is very cunning and he always lies; he cannot teach my son." The owl suggested the elephant but the lion said, "the elephant is just strong but not intelligent; he cannot be my cub's teacher.'
    The owl suggested many animals' names but the lion did not approve anybody. Finally, the owl said, "Ok why don't I teach your son?? The lion readily agreed as the owl is supposed to be very wise. He appointed the wise owl as the cub's teacher.
    (g) The elephant is just strong but not................... (intelligent, foolish, ?Loner?)

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Once, the king of the jungle, the lion said to its friend, "As you know, I am the king of the jungle and my cub is going to be the next king, I want to provide him with the education that is fit for a king. Please suggest a good teacher for my cub.? The owl suggested the fox, as it is supposed to be very clever. The lion replied, "No way! The fox is very cunning and he always lies; he cannot teach my son." The owl suggested the elephant but the lion said, "the elephant is just strong but not intelligent; he cannot be my cub's teacher.'
    The owl suggested many animals' names but the lion did not approve anybody. Finally, the owl said, "Ok why don't I teach your son?? The lion readily agreed as the owl is supposed to be very wise. He appointed the wise owl as the cub's teacher.
    (h) ................ is going to be the next king. (lion, cub, fox)

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Very soon, Galileo found himself in the University. He was a strong young man with red hair and a cheerful face but was very short tempered. He often disagreed with his teachers. The professors at Pisa disliked him because he was determined to think for himself and test all the theories they taught him by practical experiments. They were content with teaching what ancient Greek philosophers had taught for so long. But as a true scientist, Galileo refused to accept any idea without questions.
    Answer the following questions briefly:
    (a) How did Galileo look?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Very soon, Galileo found himself in the University. He was a strong young man with red hair and a cheerful face but was very short tempered. He often disagreed with his teachers. The professors at Pisa disliked him because he was determined to think for himself and test all the theories they taught him by practical experiments. They were content with teaching what ancient Greek philosophers had taught for so long. But as a true scientist, Galileo refused to accept any idea without questions.
    (b) What was the weakness of Galileo?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Very soon, Galileo found himself in the University. He was a strong young man with red hair and a cheerful face but was very short tempered. He often disagreed with his teachers. The professors at Pisa disliked him because he was determined to think for himself and test all the theories they taught him by practical experiments. They were content with teaching what ancient Greek philosophers had taught for so long. But as a true scientist, Galileo refused to accept any idea without questions.
    (c) Why did the professors at Pisa dislike him?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Very soon, Galileo found himself in the University. He was a strong young man with red hair and a cheerful face but was very short tempered. He often disagreed with his teachers. The professors at Pisa disliked him because he was determined to think for himself and test all the theories they taught him by practical experiments. They were content with teaching what ancient Greek philosophers had taught for so long. But as a true scientist, Galileo refused to accept any idea without questions.
    (d) What showed that Galileo was a true scientist?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Very soon, Galileo found himself in the University. He was a strong young man with red hair and a cheerful face but was very short tempered. He often disagreed with his teachers. The professors at Pisa disliked him because he was determined to think for himself and test all the theories they taught him by practical experiments. They were content with teaching what ancient Greek philosophers had taught for so long. But as a true scientist, Galileo refused to accept any idea without questions.
    (e) Find the word that mean:
    (i) To get angry very soon
    (ii) Very old

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Very soon, Galileo found himself in the University. He was a strong young man with red hair and a cheerful face but was very short tempered. He often disagreed with his teachers. The professors at Pisa disliked him because he was determined to think for himself and test all the theories they taught him by practical experiments. They were content with teaching what ancient Greek philosophers had taught for so long. But as a true scientist, Galileo refused to accept any idea without questions.
    (f) Find the word from the passage opposite in meaning to:
    (i) lost
    (ii) weak

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  • question_answer15) NOTICE: SUBMISSION OF ARTICLES You are Sanjeev Ahuja, Head Boy of S.S. Public School, Agra. Draft a notice to be put on the school notice board for inviting the students to submit the articles for the school magazine to Mr. John Paul, Head of English Department.

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  • question_answer16) You are Rupak of K. D. Public School, Agra. Write an application to your Principal for allowing you to attend the school in civil dress for a few days as the uniform of your size is not available.

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  • question_answer17) Given below is the beginning of a story. Complete it. Give a suitable title to the story. Outline: Ravi was travelling by train ? suddenly the train stopped ? some strange looking men entered the compartment ? approaching from both the directions ? platform was swarming with police ? come to catch a terrorist.

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    Complete the sentences by choosing appropriate options.                                                     
    (i) There is a ........................... of keys on the table, (bunch / fleet / flock)
    (ii) Our ........................... won the match, (player / team / captain)
    (iii) The Bible is a holy ........................... of the Christians, (religion / sect / book)
    (iv) The Nile is the longest............... (ocean / river / lake)
    (v) Sachin is a famous.................. (football / cricket/ cricketer)
    (vi) A ........................... can live only in water (fish/ monkey/ bird)
    (vii) The ........................... ran away with all the money, (leader / shopkeeper / thief)
    (viii) ........................... is the best policy, (honesty/ dishonesty/ heating)
     

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  • question_answer19) Match the columns.

    (a) Do you drink milk daily? (a) Optative sentence
    (b) Ah! What a lovely rose. (b) Interrogative sentence
    (c) Let us go to the river to swim. (c) Exclamatory sentence
    (d) May God bless you! (d) Imperative sentence

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    Rearrange the jumbled words to form meaningful sentences.
    Eg. by / notorious / the police / was caught / the / thief
    The notorious thief was caught by the police.
    (a) arrested / criminals / were / in Varanasi / four
    (b) steal / tried to / they / from / museum / a Buddha / statue / the
    (c) in place / famous / the / is back / statue
    (d) Department / thanked / the / museum / the / authorities / police.

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    Read the lines from the poem and answer the following questions :
    "He wore a question mark for tail,
    An overcoat of gray,
    He sat up straight to eat a nut.?
    Questions:
    (a) Name the poem and the poet
    (b) Who sat up straight to eat a nut?
    (c) What Colour overcoat did he wear?
    (d) Find the antonym of 'answer" from the passage.
    OR
    Read the following lines and answer the questions:
    In reply to the first question/ some said the king must prepare a time table and then follow it strictly. Only in this way, they said, he could do everything at its proper time. Others said that it was impossible to decide in advance the right time for doing something,
    Questions:
    (a) How many questions did the king ask?
    (b) Why was it suggested to make a time table?
    (c) What was the first question that the king asked?
    (d) Pick out the opposite of:
    (i) Destroy
    (ii) Later.

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    Answer any four of the following questions
    (a) What advice was given to the king regarding the second question?
    (b) The slippers of the music master attracted Mridu's attention. Why?
    (c) What did Maya think about Mr. Nath's scars?
    (d) Why a newspaper of stock lying in the open does not catch fire on its own?
    (e) The friend has two qualities (--) he knows what he is doing and is absolutely sure it is good. Find the two phrases in the texts, A Bicycle in Good Repair which mean the same.
    (f) Why does the poet say "he liked to tease and play"?

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    Answer the following questions:
    (a) How many rooms do you find in an ant hill?
    (b) A camel can do without water for days together. What is the reason given in the text?
    (c) How did Golu help the python? What did it do in return?
    (d) Why did Abbu Khan's goats want to run away? What happened to them in the hills?
    (e) Why did Grandfather decided to transfer Timothy to the zoo?

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    How did the bearded man turned into the king's most faithful servant?
    OR
    The ant is called a tiny teacher. Why?

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