7th Class English Sample Paper

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    It is not always easy in company to speak frankly and if you don't want to be considered a bad- mannered person, you have to watch constantly for signs. It is not easy, for example, to listen for long to any one person. Try in company to take only a fair share of the conversation. If there are two of you, take half of it. When you have said a little, keep quiet, and give your friend a chance to say something. If he does not talk, he probably does not want you to talk either. Many young man or woman talks away, thinking the company is delighted to hear him or her, whereas everyone is really exhausted and angry. Don't think you can say unpleasant things about someone behind his back and not be found out. It is surprising how the remarks usually find their way to the person with your name attached, so to speak. Whatever you say, always assume that the person may overhear and modify your remarks accordingly. All experienced people act in this way.
    Fill in the blanks with the correct option:
    (a) In conversation/' you should not be speaking most of the time because ______

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    It is not always easy in company to speak frankly and if you don't want to be considered a bad- mannered person, you have to watch constantly for signs. It is not easy, for example, to listen for long to any one person. Try in company to take only a fair share of the conversation. If there are two of you, take half of it. When you have said a little, keep quiet, and give your friend a chance to say something. If he does not talk, he probably does not want you to talk either. Many young man or woman talks away, thinking the company is delighted to hear him or her, whereas everyone is really exhausted and angry. Don't think you can say unpleasant things about someone behind his back and not be found out. It is surprising how the remarks usually find their way to the person with your name attached, so to speak. Whatever you say, always assume that the person may overhear and modify your remarks accordingly. All experienced people act in this way.
    (b) If two of you are engaged in conversation, you should allow your companion...............................

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    It is not always easy in company to speak frankly and if you don't want to be considered a bad- mannered person, you have to watch constantly for signs. It is not easy, for example, to listen for long to any one person. Try in company to take only a fair share of the conversation. If there are two of you, take half of it. When you have said a little, keep quiet, and give your friend a chance to say something. If he does not talk, he probably does not want you to talk either. Many young man or woman talks away, thinking the company is delighted to hear him or her, whereas everyone is really exhausted and angry. Don't think you can say unpleasant things about someone behind his back and not be found out. It is surprising how the remarks usually find their way to the person with your name attached, so to speak. Whatever you say, always assume that the person may overhear and modify your remarks accordingly. All experienced people act in this way.
    (c) If the other person in your company does not talk, he might want................................

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    It is not always easy in company to speak frankly and if you don't want to be considered a bad- mannered person, you have to watch constantly for signs. It is not easy, for example, to listen for long to any one person. Try in company to take only a fair share of the conversation. If there are two of you, take half of it. When you have said a little, keep quiet, and give your friend a chance to say something. If he does not talk, he probably does not want you to talk either. Many young man or woman talks away, thinking the company is delighted to hear him or her, whereas everyone is really exhausted and angry. Don't think you can say unpleasant things about someone behind his back and not be found out. It is surprising how the remarks usually find their way to the person with your name attached, so to speak. Whatever you say, always assume that the person may overhear and modify your remarks accordingly. All experienced people act in this way.
    (d) You should not say unpleasant things about someone, behind his back because................

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    It is not always easy in company to speak frankly and if you don't want to be considered a bad- mannered person, you have to watch constantly for signs. It is not easy, for example, to listen for long to any one person. Try in company to take only a fair share of the conversation. If there are two of you, take half of it. When you have said a little, keep quiet, and give your friend a chance to say something. If he does not talk, he probably does not want you to talk either. Many young man or woman talks away, thinking the company is delighted to hear him or her, whereas everyone is really exhausted and angry. Don't think you can say unpleasant things about someone behind his back and not be found out. It is surprising how the remarks usually find their way to the person with your name attached, so to speak. Whatever you say, always assume that the person may overhear and modify your remarks accordingly. All experienced people act in this way.
    (e) Find the word from the passage which means
    (i) To change
    (ii) Delighted

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    It is not always easy in company to speak frankly and if you don't want to be considered a bad- mannered person, you have to watch constantly for signs. It is not easy, for example, to listen for long to any one person. Try in company to take only a fair share of the conversation. If there are two of you, take half of it. When you have said a little, keep quiet, and give your friend a chance to say something. If he does not talk, he probably does not want you to talk either. Many young man or woman talks away, thinking the company is delighted to hear him or her, whereas everyone is really exhausted and angry. Don't think you can say unpleasant things about someone behind his back and not be found out. It is surprising how the remarks usually find their way to the person with your name attached, so to speak. Whatever you say, always assume that the person may overhear and modify your remarks accordingly. All experienced people act in this way.
    (f) In company, everyone should take only a fair share of........

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    It is not always easy in company to speak frankly and if you don't want to be considered a bad- mannered person, you have to watch constantly for signs. It is not easy, for example, to listen for long to any one person. Try in company to take only a fair share of the conversation. If there are two of you, take half of it. When you have said a little, keep quiet, and give your friend a chance to say something. If he does not talk, he probably does not want you to talk either. Many young man or woman talks away, thinking the company is delighted to hear him or her, whereas everyone is really exhausted and angry. Don't think you can say unpleasant things about someone behind his back and not be found out. It is surprising how the remarks usually find their way to the person with your name attached, so to speak. Whatever you say, always assume that the person may overhear and modify your remarks accordingly. All experienced people act in this way.
    (g) We should not assume that we have the right to speak..........

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    India is the largest country in South-East Asia. India has very high mountains in the North, called the Himalayas. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea in the West, the Bay of Bengal in the East and the Indian Ocean in the South. India has various types of climates. The climate on the Himalayan Mountains is cold and wet. The southern part of India is hot. The capital of India is New Delhi. The Indian National flag has three colours in it and is called the tricolour or Tiranga.
    Answer the following questions briefly:
    (a) Which are the very high mountains of India and where are they located?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    India is the largest country in South-East Asia. India has very high mountains in the North, called the Himalayas. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea in the West, the Bay of Bengal in the East and the Indian Ocean in the South. India has various types of climates. The climate on the Himalayan Mountains is cold and wet. The southern part of India is hot. The capital of India is New Delhi. The Indian National flag has three colours in it and is called the tricolour or Tiranga.
    (b) By what is India surrounded on three sides?

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    India is the largest country in South-East Asia. India has very high mountains in the North, called the Himalayas. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea in the West, the Bay of Bengal in the East and the Indian Ocean in the South. India has various types of climates. The climate on the Himalayan Mountains is cold and wet. The southern part of India is hot. The capital of India is New Delhi. The Indian National flag has three colours in it and is called the tricolour or Tiranga.
    (c) Name the capital of India.

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:                                     
    India is the largest country in South-East Asia. India has very high mountains in the North, called the Himalayas. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea in the West, the Bay of Bengal in the East and the Indian Ocean in the South. India has various types of climates. The climate on the Himalayan Mountains is cold and wet. The southern part of India is hot. The capital of India is New Delhi. The Indian National flag has three colours in it and is called the tricolour or Tiranga.
    (d) Why is the Indian National flag called Tiranga?
     

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    India is the largest country in South-East Asia. India has very high mountains in the North, called the Himalayas. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea in the West, the Bay of Bengal in the East and the Indian Ocean in the South. India has various types of climates. The climate on the Himalayan Mountains is cold and wet. The southern part of India is hot. The capital of India is New Delhi. The Indian National flag has three colours in it and is called the tricolour or Tiranga.
    (e) Find the opposite from the passage of the following:
    (i) Smallest
    (ii) Dry

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    Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:
    India is the largest country in South-East Asia. India has very high mountains in the North, called the Himalayas. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea in the West, the Bay of Bengal in the East and the Indian Ocean in the South. India has various types of climates. The climate on the Himalayan Mountains is cold and wet. The southern part of India is hot. The capital of India is New Delhi. The Indian National flag has three colours in it and is called the tricolour or Tiranga.
    (f) Find the words from the passage equal in meaning to the following:
    (i) with a huge size
    (ii) that covers from all the sides.

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  • question_answer14) You are the secretary of the 'Cultural Club' of your school. The club has decided to organize a tour to visit places of historical importance in Jaipur. Write a notice in about 50 words informing the students about the tour. Give all the relevant details.

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  • question_answer15) Write a letter to the Chairman of your municipality, complaining of the insanitary condition of the locality in which you live and asking him to take necessary steps in this matter.

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  • question_answer16) Raju wanted to participate in a story writing competition. He started a story, but could not complete it. Complete the story for him. Raghav got transferred to a new city. He shifted to the new city happily. But soon the family started feeling that all was not well in their new home as???

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    Complete the sentences by choosing appropriate options.
    (much, very, frequently, before, soon, never, soundly, all)
    (i) They visit us...................
    (ii) He.................tells a lie.
    (iii) It is a ................... cold day.
    (iv) You are ............. better now.
    (v) I had heard this.............
    (vi) Don't take long. Return............
    (vii) Sita was dressed ............... in green.
    (viii) The child was tired and slept................

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  • question_answer18) Match the columns.                                                                                                                

    (a) Calcutta is one of the........... Indian cities, (a) more interesting
    (b) This story is........... than that. (b) coldest
    (c) January is the........... month of the year. (c) wise
    (d) birbal was a .......... man (d) oldest
     

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    Rearrange the jumbled words to form meaningful sentences.
    Example: facing /is/a crisis / paper industry / Tanzania / in
    Tanzania is facing a crisis in paper industry.
    (a) read / hardly / have / to / they / anything
    (b) necessary / reading material / for / is / good education / good
    (c) has come to/due to/the printing/the cost of paper/a standstill
    (d) popular / so / has / online work / become.

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    Read the lines from the poem and answer the following questions :
    Trees are to make cool shade in summer.
    Trees are for apples to grow on, and pears;
    Trees are to chop down and call, "TIMBER-R-R!"
    Trees make mothers say,
    'What a lovely picture to!"
    Trees make fathers say,
    "What a lot of leaves to rake this fall"
    Questions:
    (a) How do the trees meet our needs in summer?
    (b) What is not obtained from trees?
    (c) What does the mother say about trees?
    (d) What does the word 'fair refers to?
    OR
    Read the lines and answer the following questions:
    "He can't be poor if he's a crook on the run", I told him. "He's probably got millions of rupees stashed away somewhere in that room. "Do you really think he's criminal, Maya? He doesn't look like one." Nishad looked doubtfully. "Of course he's one. Seven," I said, "and he certainly isn't starving. Mr. Mehta told us that Ramesh brings his meals up from the restaurant downstairs."
    Questions:
    (a) Name the speaker in the above lines.
    (b) Who is addressed as 'Seven' in the above lines?
    (c) Who brought meals for Mr. Nath from the restaurant downstairs?
    (d) Pick out a word from the above passage which is the synonym of 'hide'.

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    Answer any four of the following questions:
    (a) What three things did Gopal do before he went to buy his Hilsa-fish?
    (b) How did the dog repay to his masters?
    (c) What is 'strange' about Mr. Nath's Sundays?
    (d) How are gas and water useful in putting out fire?
    (e) In what way did the cricket bats originally resembled the hockey sticks?
    (f) The trees help human being in various ways. Discuss.

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    Answer the following question
    (a) The narrator noticed that there was a change in Kari?s behaviour while they were trying to save the young boy. What was the change?
    (b) 'What was Soapy thinking when he was heading towards the finest restaurant?
    (c) "They give you five dollars and tell you not to get caught again.? Who advised haw awl why i
    (d) 'What did the bear eat? There were two things he was not allowed to do. What were they "?
    (e) When Tilloo proceeded on the forbidden passage, there was something curious. What was it?

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    Why did Nishad walk quietly out of the room?
    OR
    Discuss the atmosphere in the pet shop of Mr. Purcell

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