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Class 7 English Worksheet for Important Questions
CBSE Class 7 English Important Worksheet (4). Students can download these worksheets and practice them. This will help them to get better marks in examinations. Also refer to other worksheets for the same chapter and other subjects too. Use them for better understanding of the subjects.
1. Read the following poem carefully:
The Root Of All Evils
Money is the root of all evil
And greed of money; makes man a devil.
Man loves money
Like a bee loves honey
Today man wants to accumulate more wealth
Without caring even a bit about health.
Money leads to many crimes
Now for man, hoarding money is prime.
I feel, in life the biggest thing is satisfaction
Money doesn’t make a difference even by a fraction.
Source: The Tribune
1.1 Given below is the summary of the poem. Complete it by writing the missing word against
the correct blank number .
Money is the root cause of all a) ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐. Greed for money makes man a b)______. Man wants
to gather more and more c)_____. He doesn’t care about his d)__________ while doing so`.
It e)_______ `to many crimes but for man, f)______ `money has become his primary
objective in life. `According to the poet, the greatest thing in life is g)_____ and not money.
Money doesn’t make any h)______.
1.2 `On the basis of reading of the above poem, complete the following sentences.
a) Man loves money
Like a bee loves honey
Here man is compared to a i)____ and money is compared to ii)_______.
b) The two words in the poem which mean the same as ‘ gathering’ are:
c) Two ways in which the greed for money harms man are i)______ and ii)______
2. You are Navin of Banglore. Of late, daylight robberies and burglaries have been increasing in
your city. You are very much concerned about your aged parents living alone. Write a letter to
the Editor of the Indian Times drawing the ateention of the concerned authorities and giving
your suggestions. Word limit 100‐130.
3. Using the information from the notes given below, draft a message in not more than 50 words
that Sunita has to leave for her brother Ashish. Put the message in the box.
. Monish called up
4. Write a paragraph on ‘ Causes and prevention of swine flu’ in about 130 words.
5. Do as directed:
a) The book is ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ the table ( use preposition)
b) I put sugar____ the tea ( use preposition)
c) _____ of them belonged to the same house ( use conjunction)
d) It had ______ room to storec all the things( use conjunction)
e) I ______ milk everyday ( use the correct form of tense)
f) I ______ ( wash) clothes for half an hour. ( use the correct form of tense)
g) She _______( finish) her work when her mother rang up. ( use the correct form of tense)
h) ______! I hurt my leg.( use interjection)
i) ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐! The dress is beautiful. ( use interjection)
j) ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ island is rich in minerals.(use pronoun)
Note‐ Complete the above assignment and submit it to the concern teacher.
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