7th Class English Sample Paper

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  • question_answer1)

    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    Chocolate diamonds are actually brown diamonds and compared to the well-known white diamond they aren't much worth. Diamonds are produced in mines. The best known diamond mines are in Australia, South Africa and Russia. The largest diamond mine discovered in 1976 in the desert of Australia near a little creek named Lake Argyle. Diamonds are created under very extreme conditions of pressure and high temperature. It is a general misunderstanding that there exist only white colourless diamonds. Actually, diamonds exist in many different colours.
    Of all the diamond mines in the world, almost 80% of all diamonds produced are brownish in colour. Because they were found in such large quantities compared to the other coloured diamonds, they were considered as low valued diamonds, only good for the industrial sector. But, a famous man called Le Vian came with a marketing campaign to increase the popularity of the chocolate diamond. Instead of calling it a brown diamond, he gave it popular names like caramel, chocolate, cinnamon and cognac. Because of his marketing campaign, chocolate diamonds are becoming very popular.
    The value of a diamond is based on its shape, brightness and colour. Because white diamonds are rare, their value is based on the fact that there are not many white diamonds around. But if you look at the shape and brightness, then the brightest diamond in this world known to men is a brown diamond.
    Fill in the blanks with the correct option:
    (a) The wrong notion about diamonds is that......................

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    Chocolate diamonds are actually brown diamonds and compared to the well-known white diamond they aren't much worth. Diamonds are produced in mines. The best known diamond mines are in Australia, South Africa and Russia. The largest diamond mine discovered in 1976 in the desert of Australia near a little creek named Lake Argyle. Diamonds are created under very extreme conditions of pressure and high temperature. It is a general misunderstanding that there exist only white colourless diamonds. Actually, diamonds exist in many different colours.
    Of all the diamond mines in the world, almost 80% of all diamonds produced are brownish in colour. Because they were found in such large quantities compared to the other coloured diamonds, they were considered as low valued diamonds, only good for the industrial sector. But, a famous man called Le Vian came with a marketing campaign to increase the popularity of the chocolate diamond. Instead of calling it a brown diamond, he gave it popular names like caramel, chocolate, cinnamon and cognac. Because of his marketing campaign, chocolate diamonds are becoming very popular.
    The value of a diamond is based on its shape, brightness and colour. Because white diamonds are rare, their value is based on the fact that there are not many white diamonds around. But if you look at the shape and brightness, then the brightest diamond in this world known to men is a brown diamond.
    (b) Brown diamonds were considered low in value because.................

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    Chocolate diamonds are actually brown diamonds and compared to the well-known white diamond they aren't much worth. Diamonds are produced in mines. The best known diamond mines are in Australia, South Africa and Russia. The largest diamond mine discovered in 1976 in the desert of Australia near a little creek named Lake Argyle. Diamonds are created under very extreme conditions of pressure and high temperature. It is a general misunderstanding that there exist only white colourless diamonds. Actually, diamonds exist in many different colours.
    Of all the diamond mines in the world, almost 80% of all diamonds produced are brownish in colour. Because they were found in such large quantities compared to the other coloured diamonds, they were considered as low valued diamonds, only good for the industrial sector. But, a famous man called Le Vian came with a marketing campaign to increase the popularity of the chocolate diamond. Instead of calling it a brown diamond, he gave it popular names like caramel, chocolate, cinnamon and cognac. Because of his marketing campaign, chocolate diamonds are becoming very popular.
    The value of a diamond is based on its shape, brightness and colour. Because white diamonds are rare, their value is based on the fact that there are not many white diamonds around. But if you look at the shape and brightness, then the brightest diamond in this world known to men is a brown diamond.
    (c) Brown diamonds became popular owing to..................

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :                                    
    Chocolate diamonds are actually brown diamonds and compared to the well-known white diamond they aren't much worth. Diamonds are produced in mines. The best known diamond mines are in Australia, South Africa and Russia. The largest diamond mine discovered in 1976 in the desert of Australia near a little creek named Lake Argyle. Diamonds are created under very extreme conditions of pressure and high temperature. It is a general misunderstanding that there exist only white colourless diamonds. Actually, diamonds exist in many different colours.
    Of all the diamond mines in the world, almost 80% of all diamonds produced are brownish in colour. Because they were found in such large quantities compared to the other coloured diamonds, they were considered as low valued diamonds, only good for the industrial sector. But, a famous man called Le Vian came with a marketing campaign to increase the popularity of the chocolate diamond. Instead of calling it a brown diamond, he gave it popular names like caramel, chocolate, cinnamon and cognac. Because of his marketing campaign, chocolate diamonds are becoming very popular.
    The value of a diamond is based on its shape, brightness and colour. Because white diamonds are rare, their value is based on the fact that there are not many white diamonds around. But if you look at the shape and brightness, then the brightest diamond in this world known to men is a brown diamond.
    (d) The value of a diamond is based on its.............
     

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :                                    
    Chocolate diamonds are actually brown diamonds and compared to the well-known white diamond they aren't much worth. Diamonds are produced in mines. The best known diamond mines are in Australia, South Africa and Russia. The largest diamond mine discovered in 1976 in the desert of Australia near a little creek named Lake Argyle. Diamonds are created under very extreme conditions of pressure and high temperature. It is a general misunderstanding that there exist only white colourless diamonds. Actually, diamonds exist in many different colours.
    Of all the diamond mines in the world, almost 80% of all diamonds produced are brownish in colour. Because they were found in such large quantities compared to the other coloured diamonds, they were considered as low valued diamonds, only good for the industrial sector. But, a famous man called Le Vian came with a marketing campaign to increase the popularity of the chocolate diamond. Instead of calling it a brown diamond, he gave it popular names like caramel, chocolate, cinnamon and cognac. Because of his marketing campaign, chocolate diamonds are becoming very popular.
    The value of a diamond is based on its shape, brightness and colour. Because white diamonds are rare, their value is based on the fact that there are not many white diamonds around. But if you look at the shape and brightness, then the brightest diamond in this world known to men is a brown diamond.
    (e) The white diamonds are expensive because?
     

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :                                    
    Chocolate diamonds are actually brown diamonds and compared to the well-known white diamond they aren't much worth. Diamonds are produced in mines. The best known diamond mines are in Australia, South Africa and Russia. The largest diamond mine discovered in 1976 in the desert of Australia near a little creek named Lake Argyle. Diamonds are created under very extreme conditions of pressure and high temperature. It is a general misunderstanding that there exist only white colourless diamonds. Actually, diamonds exist in many different colours.
    Of all the diamond mines in the world, almost 80% of all diamonds produced are brownish in colour. Because they were found in such large quantities compared to the other coloured diamonds, they were considered as low valued diamonds, only good for the industrial sector. But, a famous man called Le Vian came with a marketing campaign to increase the popularity of the chocolate diamond. Instead of calling it a brown diamond, he gave it popular names like caramel, chocolate, cinnamon and cognac. Because of his marketing campaign, chocolate diamonds are becoming very popular.
    The value of a diamond is based on its shape, brightness and colour. Because white diamonds are rare, their value is based on the fact that there are not many white diamonds around. But if you look at the shape and brightness, then the brightest diamond in this world known to men is a brown diamond.
    (f) The best known diamond mines are in .............
     

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    Chocolate diamonds are actually brown diamonds and compared to the well-known white diamond they aren't much worth. Diamonds are produced in mines. The best known diamond mines are in Australia, South Africa and Russia. The largest diamond mine discovered in 1976 in the desert of Australia near a little creek named Lake Argyle. Diamonds are created under very extreme conditions of pressure and high temperature. It is a general misunderstanding that there exist only white colourless diamonds. Actually, diamonds exist in many different colours.
    Of all the diamond mines in the world, almost 80% of all diamonds produced are brownish in colour. Because they were found in such large quantities compared to the other coloured diamonds, they were considered as low valued diamonds, only good for the industrial sector. But, a famous man called Le Vian came with a marketing campaign to increase the popularity of the chocolate diamond. Instead of calling it a brown diamond, he gave it popular names like caramel, chocolate, cinnamon and cognac. Because of his marketing campaign, chocolate diamonds are becoming very popular.
    The value of a diamond is based on its shape, brightness and colour. Because white diamonds are rare, their value is based on the fact that there are not many white diamonds around. But if you look at the shape and brightness, then the brightest diamond in this world known to men is a brown diamond.
    (g) The largest diamond was discovered, near little creak named.........

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :                                    
    Chocolate diamonds are actually brown diamonds and compared to the well-known white diamond they aren't much worth. Diamonds are produced in mines. The best known diamond mines are in Australia, South Africa and Russia. The largest diamond mine discovered in 1976 in the desert of Australia near a little creek named Lake Argyle. Diamonds are created under very extreme conditions of pressure and high temperature. It is a general misunderstanding that there exist only white colourless diamonds. Actually, diamonds exist in many different colours.
    Of all the diamond mines in the world, almost 80% of all diamonds produced are brownish in colour. Because they were found in such large quantities compared to the other coloured diamonds, they were considered as low valued diamonds, only good for the industrial sector. But, a famous man called Le Vian came with a marketing campaign to increase the popularity of the chocolate diamond. Instead of calling it a brown diamond, he gave it popular names like caramel, chocolate, cinnamon and cognac. Because of his marketing campaign, chocolate diamonds are becoming very popular.
    The value of a diamond is based on its shape, brightness and colour. Because white diamonds are rare, their value is based on the fact that there are not many white diamonds around. But if you look at the shape and brightness, then the brightest diamond in this world known to men is a brown diamond.
    (h) The percentage of brownish diamonds is...........
     

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    A camel and a jackal were friends. One day, the jackal took his friend to a big sugarcane farm. It was on the opposite side of the river. After a sumptuous meal the jackal began to howl loudly. The camel pleaded jackal not to do so/ but jackal said that it was his habit. Soon the farmers came and thrashed the camel badly. When the camel crossed the river/ the jackal joined him on his back. The camel took deliberate dip into the water. When the jackal pleaded, the camel said that he had the habit of rolling in the water after every meal. The poor jackal was drowned.
    Answer the following questions briefly:
    (a) Where did jackal take camel one day?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    A camel and a jackal were friends. One day, the jackal took his friend to a big sugarcane farm. It was on the opposite side of the river. After a sumptuous meal the jackal began to howl loudly. The camel pleaded jackal not to do so/ but jackal said that it was his habit. Soon the farmers came and thrashed the camel badly. When the camel crossed the river/ the jackal joined him on his back. The camel took deliberate dip into the water. When the jackal pleaded, the camel said that he had the habit of rolling in the water after every meal. The poor jackal was drowned.
    (b) Why did the farmers thrash the camel?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    A camel and a jackal were friends. One day, the jackal took his friend to a big sugarcane farm. It was on the opposite side of the river. After a sumptuous meal the jackal began to howl loudly. The camel pleaded jackal not to do so/ but jackal said that it was his habit. Soon the farmers came and thrashed the camel badly. When the camel crossed the river/ the jackal joined him on his back. The camel took deliberate dip into the water. When the jackal pleaded, the camel said that he had the habit of rolling in the water after every meal. The poor jackal was drowned.
    (c) How did the camel take his revenge on jackal?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    A camel and a jackal were friends. One day, the jackal took his friend to a big sugarcane farm. It was on the opposite side of the river. After a sumptuous meal the jackal began to howl loudly. The camel pleaded jackal not to do so/ but jackal said that it was his habit. Soon the farmers came and thrashed the camel badly. When the camel crossed the river/ the jackal joined him on his back. The camel took deliberate dip into the water. When the jackal pleaded, the camel said that he had the habit of rolling in the water after every meal. The poor jackal was drowned.
    (d) What was the end of jackal?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    A camel and a jackal were friends. One day, the jackal took his friend to a big sugarcane farm. It was on the opposite side of the river. After a sumptuous meal the jackal began to howl loudly. The camel pleaded jackal not to do so/ but jackal said that it was his habit. Soon the farmers came and thrashed the camel badly. When the camel crossed the river/ the jackal joined him on his back. The camel took deliberate dip into the water. When the jackal pleaded, the camel said that he had the habit of rolling in the water after every meal. The poor jackal was drowned.
    (e) Give the synonym of 'sumptuous' and 'thrashed'.

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
    A camel and a jackal were friends. One day, the jackal took his friend to a big sugarcane farm. It was on the opposite side of the river. After a sumptuous meal the jackal began to howl loudly. The camel pleaded jackal not to do so/ but jackal said that it was his habit. Soon the farmers came and thrashed the camel badly. When the camel crossed the river/ the jackal joined him on his back. The camel took deliberate dip into the water. When the jackal pleaded, the camel said that he had the habit of rolling in the water after every meal. The poor jackal was drowned.
    (f) Give the antonyms of the following words from the passage:
    (i) enemies
    (ii) small

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  • question_answer15) The English Club of your school decides to stage the play. "The Book that Saved the Earth'. As the Secretary of the club/ you are asked to prepare a notice for the programme. Prepare the likely notice.

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  • question_answer16) Write a letter to the Editor of the Times of India about the misuse and poor maintenance of the public park located in your area.

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  • question_answer17) Read the given lines and complete the story. Give a suitable title to your story. On hearing a noise, Sheena ran outside her house, but soon stumbled upon something hard. She was shocked...................

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    Complete the sentences by choosing appropriate options.
    (i) Is she related (with/ to) you?
    (ii) They walked (in/ into) the room.
    (iii) He aimed his gun (at/ on) the robber.
    (iv) The cat is sitting (in/under)the table.
    (v) He killed the snake (by/ with) a stick.
    (vi) He agrees (with/ to) me on this point.
    (vii) She came and sat (besides/ beside) me.
    (viii) I shall be waiting (for/ with) you here.

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  • question_answer19) Match the columns.

    (a) He..................do it. (a) shall
    (b) ................I send for a coolie, (b) will
    (c) He....................succeed if he tries, (c) can
    (d) ...............he come here tomorrow? (d) would

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    Rearrange the jumbled words to form meaningful sentences,
    Example: -potter / in / once / a / a/ lived / there / village / Once there lived a potter in a village
    (a) innocent / was / a very / and / fellow / simple / he
    (b) for him / a problem / old donkey / his / had become
    (c) sold / it / the donkey / the potter / fed up with / being
    (d) thinking / but / animal / whole / the / he / night / the / about / was

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    Read the lines from the poem and answer the following questions :
    Once there was a talking fan?
    Electrical his chatter.
    I couldn't quite hear what he said
    And I hope it doesn't matter
    Because one day somebody oiled
    His little whirling motor
    And all the mystery was spoiled?
    He ran as still as water.
    Questions:
    (a) What is the name of the poet?
    (b) What does the poet talks about?
    (c) Why did the poet get fed up with the fan?
    (d) What was wrong with the fan?
    OR
    Read the lines and answer the following questions:
    "What did happen?" Charlie asked.
    "It was fantastic!" cried Mr. Wonka. "The moment he swallowed it, he began wrinkling and shriveling up all over and his hair started dropping off and his teeth started falling out and before I knew it, he had suddenly become an old fellow of seventy-five! And thus, my dear Charlie, was 'Vita-Wonka' invented"
    (a) Who war Charlie?
    (b) What did Charlie enquire about?
    (c) Who grew very old after drinking a few drops of Wonka?s wonder drug?
    (d) Find the word from the passage that means the same as 'gulped'.

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    Answer any four of the following questions:
    (a) Explain why no one seemed to be interested in talking about the Hilsa-fish which Gopal had bought?
    (b) What did Mako do to attract the farmer's attention? Why?
    (c) How did Mr. Gessler's shop resemble a church?
    (d) In what sense is fire a 'bad master'?
    (e) Give the specified length of the pitch and the size of ground in the game of cricket.
    (f) Discuss the mystery of the fan. How did it come to an end?

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    Answer the following questions
    (a) How did Kari save the life of a boy?
    (b) Why did Soapy's first plan not work?
    (c) Discuss the peculiarity about the customer who bought the doves.
    (d) The bear grew up but "he was most amiable bear?. Give three examples to prove this.
    (e) A well-developed space programme was difficult to sustain in the present time. Why?

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  • question_answer24)

    How was Vita-Wonk finally invented and what was ifs effect?
    OR
    What were the changes that occurred in Chandni when she experienced the fascinating hilltops?

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