7th Class English Sample Paper

done English Sample Paper - 2

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    He (the convict) asked me where my father and mother were. When I had pointed out their tombstones to him; he asked me with whom I lived. I told him that I lived with my sister, wife of Joe Gargery, the black- smith.
    On hearing the word 'black-smith' he looked down at his legs and then at me. He took me by both arms and ordered me to bring him early the next morning, a file and some food, or he would have my heart and liver out. I was not to say a word about it all ?I am not alone," he said, "as you may think I am. There is a young man hidden within me in comparison with whom I am an angel. That young man hears the words I speak. That young man has a secret way, peculiar to himself, of getting at a boy, and at his heart and at his liver. It is in vain for a boy to attempt to hide himself from the young man."
    I promised to bring him the file, and what broken bits of food I could, and wished him good night. He limped towards the Low Church wall, got over it, and then turned round to look for me. When I saw him turning, I set my face towards home and made the best use of my legs. (Philip, called Pip, is the speaker.)
    Fill in the blanks with the correct option:
    (a) The speaker lived with Joe Gargery and his sister because..............

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    He (the convict) asked me where my father and mother were. When I had pointed out their tombstones to him; he asked me with whom I lived. I told him that I lived with my sister, wife of Joe Gargery, the black- smith.
    On hearing the word 'black-smith' he looked down at his legs and then at me. He took me by both arms and ordered me to bring him early the next morning, a file and some food, or he would have my heart and liver out. I was not to say a word about it all ?I am not alone," he said, "as you may think I am. There is a young man hidden within me in comparison with whom I am an angel. That young man hears the words I speak. That young man has a secret way, peculiar to himself, of getting at a boy, and at his heart and at his liver. It is in vain for a boy to attempt to hide himself from the young man."
    I promised to bring him the file, and what broken bits of food I could, and wished him good night. He limped towards the Low Church wall, got over it, and then turned round to look for me. When I saw him turning, I set my face towards home and made the best use of my legs. (Philip, called Pip, is the speaker.)
    (b) If the speaker did not bring a file and food for the convict, he................

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    He (the convict) asked me where my father and mother were. When I had pointed out their tombstones to him; he asked me with whom I lived. I told him that I lived with my sister, wife of Joe Gargery, the black- smith.
    On hearing the word 'black-smith' he looked down at his legs and then at me. He took me by both arms and ordered me to bring him early the next morning, a file and some food, or he would have my heart and liver out. I was not to say a word about it all ?I am not alone," he said, "as you may think I am. There is a young man hidden within me in comparison with whom I am an angel. That young man hears the words I speak. That young man has a secret way, peculiar to himself, of getting at a boy, and at his heart and at his liver. It is in vain for a boy to attempt to hide himself from the young man."
    I promised to bring him the file, and what broken bits of food I could, and wished him good night. He limped towards the Low Church wall, got over it, and then turned round to look for me. When I saw him turning, I set my face towards home and made the best use of my legs. (Philip, called Pip, is the speaker.)
    (c) The convict's threat to the speaker was........

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :                           
    He (the convict) asked me where my father and mother were. When I had pointed out their tombstones to him; he asked me with whom I lived. I told him that I lived with my sister, wife of Joe Gargery, the black- smith.
    On hearing the word 'black-smith' he looked down at his legs and then at me. He took me by both arms and ordered me to bring him early the next morning, a file and some food, or he would have my heart and liver out. I was not to say a word about it all ?I am not alone," he said, "as you may think I am. There is a young man hidden within me in comparison with whom I am an angel. That young man hears the words I speak. That young man has a secret way, peculiar to himself, of getting at a boy, and at his heart and at his liver. It is in vain for a boy to attempt to hide himself from the young man."
    I promised to bring him the file, and what broken bits of food I could, and wished him good night. He limped towards the Low Church wall, got over it, and then turned round to look for me. When I saw him turning, I set my face towards home and made the best use of my legs. (Philip, called Pip, is the speaker.)
    (d) Before bidding the convict good night/ the speaker promised that ....................
     

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    He (the convict) asked me where my father and mother were. When I had pointed out their tombstones to him; he asked me with whom I lived. I told him that I lived with my sister, wife of Joe Gargery, the black- smith.
    On hearing the word 'black-smith' he looked down at his legs and then at me. He took me by both arms and ordered me to bring him early the next morning, a file and some food, or he would have my heart and liver out. I was not to say a word about it all ?I am not alone," he said, "as you may think I am. There is a young man hidden within me in comparison with whom I am an angel. That young man hears the words I speak. That young man has a secret way, peculiar to himself, of getting at a boy, and at his heart and at his liver. It is in vain for a boy to attempt to hide himself from the young man."
    I promised to bring him the file, and what broken bits of food I could, and wished him good night. He limped towards the Low Church wall, got over it, and then turned round to look for me. When I saw him turning, I set my face towards home and made the best use of my legs. (Philip, called Pip, is the speaker.)
    (e) Find out word? from the passage which, have the same meaning as:
    (i) Strange
    (ii) useless

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :                           
    He (the convict) asked me where my father and mother were. When I had pointed out their tombstones to him; he asked me with whom I lived. I told him that I lived with my sister, wife of Joe Gargery, the black- smith.
    On hearing the word 'black-smith' he looked down at his legs and then at me. He took me by both arms and ordered me to bring him early the next morning, a file and some food, or he would have my heart and liver out. I was not to say a word about it all ?I am not alone," he said, "as you may think I am. There is a young man hidden within me in comparison with whom I am an angel. That young man hears the words I speak. That young man has a secret way, peculiar to himself, of getting at a boy, and at his heart and at his liver. It is in vain for a boy to attempt to hide himself from the young man."
    I promised to bring him the file, and what broken bits of food I could, and wished him good night. He limped towards the Low Church wall, got over it, and then turned round to look for me. When I saw him turning, I set my face towards home and made the best use of my legs. (Philip, called Pip, is the speaker.)
    (f)  The profession of Joe Gargery is ?
     

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    He (the convict) asked me where my father and mother were. When I had pointed out their tombstones to him; he asked me with whom I lived. I told him that I lived with my sister, wife of Joe Gargery, the black- smith.
    On hearing the word 'black-smith' he looked down at his legs and then at me. He took me by both arms and ordered me to bring him early the next morning, a file and some food, or he would have my heart and liver out. I was not to say a word about it all ?I am not alone," he said, "as you may think I am. There is a young man hidden within me in comparison with whom I am an angel. That young man hears the words I speak. That young man has a secret way, peculiar to himself, of getting at a boy, and at his heart and at his liver. It is in vain for a boy to attempt to hide himself from the young man."
    I promised to bring him the file, and what broken bits of food I could, and wished him good night. He limped towards the Low Church wall, got over it, and then turned round to look for me. When I saw him turning, I set my face towards home and made the best use of my legs. (Philip, called Pip, is the speaker.)
    (g) ...............................hears the words I speak.

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    During an auspicious or special occasion banana plant, complete with fruit and flower is tied to the entrance. This plant is a symbol of completeness and a prosperous family. From the point of nutrition, banana is rich in fibre and potassium. With an abundance of vitamins and minerals, banana is a healthy part of any diet.
    Answer the following questions briefly:
    (a) When is the banana plant tied to the entrance?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    During an auspicious or special occasion banana plant, complete with fruit and flower is tied to the entrance. This plant is a symbol of completeness and a prosperous family. From the point of nutrition, banana is rich in fibre and potassium. With an abundance of vitamins and minerals, banana is a healthy part of any diet.
    (b) What is a banana plant symbol of?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    During an auspicious or special occasion banana plant, complete with fruit and flower is tied to the entrance. This plant is a symbol of completeness and a prosperous family. From the point of nutrition, banana is rich in fibre and potassium. With an abundance of vitamins and minerals, banana is a healthy part of any diet.
    (c) What is banana rich in from the point of nutrition?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    During an auspicious or special occasion banana plant, complete with fruit and flower is tied to the entrance. This plant is a symbol of completeness and a prosperous family. From the point of nutrition, banana is rich in fibre and potassium. With an abundance of vitamins and minerals, banana is a healthy part of any diet.
    (d) Why is banana known as the healthy part of any diet?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    During an auspicious or special occasion banana plant, complete with fruit and flower is tied to the entrance. This plant is a symbol of completeness and a prosperous family. From the point of nutrition, banana is rich in fibre and potassium. With an abundance of vitamins and minerals, banana is a healthy part of any diet.
    (e) Find words which mean same as:
    (i) Wealthy and happy
    (ii) Great amount

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    During an auspicious or special occasion banana plant, complete with fruit and flower is tied to the entrance. This plant is a symbol of completeness and a prosperous family. From the point of nutrition, banana is rich in fibre and potassium. With an abundance of vitamins and minerals, banana is a healthy part of any diet.
    (f) Find the words from the passage which are opposite in meaning:
    (i) Incomplete
    (ii) Scarce

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  • question_answer14) You are Rohit, Head Boy or Rashi, Head Girl of Indian National School. Draft a notice for school notice board informing the students about the Poster Making Competition on 'Mothers' Day' in your school. Give all the necessary details of the contest and invite them to participate

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  • question_answer15) Write a letter to the Editor of 'Nav Bharat Times, New Delhi' showing your concern about unauthorized encroachment on roads and in market-places.

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  • question_answer16) Write a story which begins as the following: Outside a city mall, I saw a crowd pacifying a lady. She was crying bitterly..............

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    Complete the sentences by choosing appropriate options.
    (i) The Lions of the east.............. an interesting book. (is / are / were)
    (ii) No news ............. good news. (are / is / was)
    (iii) Mohan with his brothers and sisters ............. present here. (will / do / was)
    (iv) The Chief with all his men ............. killed, (shall / was / did)
    (v) Every man, woman and child in the village ............ wounded, (was / well / have)
    (vi) The quality of these mangoes ............ not good. (are / is / did)
    (vii) A few hour's study ............ enough, (shall/had/is)
    (viii) Neither of the explanations........... correct, (is/had/must)

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  • question_answer18) Match the columns.

    (a) You will begin this work............ (a) five
    (b) I go for a walk........... times a week. (b) well
    (c) Drive a little............ (c) slow
    (d) You are not feeling............ (d) soon

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    Rearrange the jumbled words to form meaningful sentences.
    E.g : a fascinating / rock / today / adventure / climbing / is / sport
    Rock climbing is a fascinating adventure sport today.
    (a) and develop / one / confidence / can gain / great / physical stamina
    (b) today / introduced / been / advanced / have / techniques / climbing
    (c) popular / institutions / is / educational / in / rock climbing
    (d) popular/youngsters/very/is/in/it

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    Read the lines from the poem and answer the following questions;
    Pull your socks up
    Stand up straight
    Say thank you
    Don't interrupt
    No one thinks you're funny
    Take your elbows off the table
    Can't you make your own
    mind up about anything ?
    Questions:
    (a) Who is the poet of the above lines?
    (b) What is the poem full of?
    (c) What is the best way for a child to stand up?
    (d) What is the opposite of 'funny'?
    OR
    Read the lines and answer the following questions:
    "Ah!" he said, "poor old man starved himself. Slow starvation, the doctor called it! You see he went to work in such a way! Would keep the shop on; wouldn't have a soul touch his boots except himself. When he got an order, it took him such a time. People won't wait. He lost everybody. And there he'd sit, going on and on. I will say that for him?not a man in London made a better boot. But look at the competition! He never advertised! Would have the best leather too, and do it all himself. Well, there it is. What could you expect with his ideas?" "But Starvation!"
    Questions:
    (a) Who does "poor old man" refer to?
    (b) What did he die of?
    (c) What made his condition miserable?
    (d) Find the word from the above passage that means opposite of 'Well fed'.

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    Answer any four of the following questions:
    (a) Walking towards the kitchen with Mridu and Meena, Rukku Manni began to laugh. What made her laugh?
    (b) Why did the king want no more talks about the Hilsa-fish?
    (c) Give a brief description about Mr. Nath's visitor.
    (d) How do the firefighters put out fire?
    (e) Did the front wheel really wobble? What is your opinion? Give a reason for your answer.
    (f) When the adults give too many instructions to their children, how do they react?

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