CBSE Class 7 English Revision Worksheet Set A

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Rent for water

My Vocabulary
6. Inside 
2. Well 
7. Solve-
3. Neighbour 
8. Court 
4. Argument
9. Pay 
5. Refused 
10. Take out

Answer the following questions:

Q-1. Why did the farmer buy the well? 
Ans:-The farmer bought the well to water his fields.

Q-2. Who did he buy it from?
Ans:- He bought it from his neighbour.

Q- 3. What was the argument between the farmer and his neighbour about?
Ans:- The neighbour sold the well to the farmer but refused to give water inside the well.

Q- 4. Where did they go to solve the issue? auh mwmly nUM sulJwaux leI ik`Qy gey?
Ans:- They went to the court of the king.

Q- 5. What did the king do to solve their case?
Ans:- The king asked Tenali Raman to solve their case.

Q- 6. How did Tenali Raman solve the case? qynwlI rwm ny mwmlw ikvyN sulJwieAw?
Ans:- Tenali Raman said to the man to take the water out of the well at once or pay the rent to the farmer for keeping water in the well.



Q. Read the following passage and answer the under given questions:

At the Movies

It was one of those terribly hot days in Baltimore. We always had those for about a month between July and August. They were the days that were so hot that they made you regret ever wishing it would be summer. That day in particular was hotter than I could remember it being. The weatherman on the radio said it would get up to 104°!

Needless to say, it was too hot to do anything outside. But it was also scorching in our apartment. This was 1962, and I would not live in a place with an air conditioner for another ten years. So my brother and I decided to leave the apartment to find someplace indoors. I suggested the drug store, because I wanted to get a soda or malt. But he reminded me that the drug store would not let you sit there all day, especially once the afternoon rush started. My brother instead suggested we could see a movie. It was a brilliant plan.

Movie theaters were one of the few places you could sit all day and—most important—sit in air conditioning. In those days, you could buy one ticket and sit through both movies of a double feature. Then, the theater would show the same two movies again after that. If you wanted to, you could sit through them twice. Most people did not do that, but the manager at our theater, Mr. Bellow, did not mind if you did. That particular day, my brother and I sat through both movies twice, trying to escape the heat. We bought three bags of popcorn and three sodas each. Then, we sat and watched The Music Man followed by The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. We’d already seen the second movie once before. It had been at the theater since January, because Mr. Bellow loved anything with John Wayne in it. Watching it again was better than going outside, and at least The Music Man was new to us.

We left the theater around 8, just before the evening shows began. Mr. Bellow was expecting a big crowd for the premier of Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm, so he insisted that we leave. But we returned the next day and saw the same two movies again, twice more. And we did it the next day too. Finally, on the fourth day, the heat wave broke. Still, to this day I can sing half the songs in The Music Man and quote half of John Wayne and Jimmy Stewart’s dialogue from The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance! Those memories are some of the few I have of the heat wave of 1962, and they’re not really my memories. They’re really memories of the screen, not memories of my life.

1) Based on its use in paragraph 2, the word scorching most nearly means

   A. very hot B. very dry

   C. very humid D. very affordable

2) According to the passage, when did the narrator first live in a place with an air conditioner?

A. 1952 B. 1962

C. 1972 D. 1982

3) It can be assumed from the passage that the narrator saw The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

A. three times B. five times

C. six times D. more than six times

4) Which of the following statements best explains why the narrator and his or her brother chose to see the same movies multiple times?

A. The drug store would not let them inside.

B. They wanted to avoid the heat outside.

C. The manager at the theater was friendly.

D. They were huge fans of John Wayne.

5) What does the narrator mean when he or she writes that the memories are “not really my memories” in the final paragraph?

A. that he or she is remembering scenes from a film, not scenes from his or her life

B. that the only days of the summer of 1962 that he or she remembers are those days spent in the Movie Theater

C. that the memories are actually those of the narrator’s brother, not the narrator himself or herself

D. that he or she saw the films too many times and now can only remember what happened in them

Q. Complete the exercise with the correct prepositions.

1. The first McDonald’s restaurant was opened Dick and McDonald the 15th May 1940.

2. The best selling products their restaurant were hamburgers.

3. So the McDonald brothers thought a way to produce hamburgers more quickly.

The season of Hilsa fish was going on everywhere as we have season of mangoes in summer. People were talking about Hilsa fish and nothing else. Even the court was not an exception. The king was tired of this. He made and announcement to buy a Hilsa fish and to bring it to the palace without anyone asking a word about it. Gopal, one of the courtiers accepted the challenge. He made preparation. He half shaved himself, smeared with ash and wore torn clothes. Then, set out to the palace with a big Hilsa fish. Throughout the way every body talked and laughed on his face and strange appearance, but nobody said about Hilsa fish. Finally Gopal reached to palace where the guards stopped him to enter. Gopal started singing so loudly that king allowed the stranger to come in. inside the palace even no one asked about Hilsa fish . Everybody impressed and accepted his appearance. Even the king asked about Gopal’s dressing and not Hilsa fish. In the ends Gopal reminded the king about the challenge. The king congratulated Gopal for achieving the impossible task.

Word meanings:-
1) Courtiers - attendants at the court
2) Guilty - shamed
3) Comical - laughable / funny
4) Disgraceful - shocking / shameful
5) Challenge - take exception to
6) Ridiculous - idiotic / nonsensible

Short Question Answers:-

Question. Why did the king want no more talk about the hilsa-fish?
Ans. The king did not want any more talk about the hilsa-fish because it was the season for hilsa-fish and no one could stop talking about it for even five minutes. He was getting annoyed with all the talk about hilsa-fish.

Question. What did the king ask Gopal to do to prove that he was clever?
Ans. In order to prove that he was clever, Gopal was asked to buy a huge hilsa-fish and bring it to the palace without anyone asking anything about the fish.

Question. What three things did Gopal do before he went to buy his hilsa-fish?
Ans. Before he went to buy hilsa-fish, Gopal half-shaved his face, smeared himself with ash, and wore disgraceful rags.

Long Question Answers:-

Question. How did Gopal get inside the palace to see the king after he had bought the fish?
Ans. After he had bought the fish, Gopal reached the palace and told the guards that he wanted to see the king. When the guards did not let him in, he began to dance and sing loudly. When the king heard this, and also the comments of the people watching the man sing and dance, he asked for the man to be brought before him.

Question. Explain why no one seemed to be interested in talking about the hilsa-fish which Gopal had bought.
Ans. No one seemed to be interested in talking about the hilsa-fish which Gopal had bought because of Gopal’s ridiculous appearance. Some people found him comical, others thought he was a madman, still others thought he was a mystic. They were so engrossed in discussing his appearance that the hilsa-fish went unnoticed.

NOTE Do the above mentioned exercises in a copy or on paper.


The Princess Who Never Smiled

My Vocabulary
1. Worried 
5. Meet
2. Amusen
6. Each 
3. Clown
7. Palace 
4. Announced 
8. Funniest

Answer the following questions:

Q 1. Why was the King worried about Tanya, the princess?
Ans. The king was worried because the princess never smiled.

Q 2. What did he do to amuse his daughter?
Ans. He called a magician to amuse her.

Q 3. What did the magician do? jwdUgr ny kI kIqw?
Ans. The magician showed the princess some tricks.

Q 4. What did the clown do? 
Ans. The clown tried to make the princess laugh with a mime.

Q 5. What did the King do when the princess did not smile?
Ans. He announced that anyone who makes the princess laugh would get to marry her. 

Q 6. Who was Ivan? 
Ans. Ivan was a poor boy. He worked for a farmer.

Q 7. What did Ivan want to do?
Ans. He wanted to take a chance at making the princess laugh.

Q 8. Who all did he meet on his way to the palace?
Ans. He met a fish, a mouse and a grass-hopper.

Q 9. What did they want? 
Ans. They wanted new living places. 

Q 10. What did Ivan give each of them? 
Ans. He gave a gold coin each of them.

Q 11. Where was the princess? 
Ans. She was standing by her window in the palace.

Q 12. What was she doing?
Ans. She was looking at him.

Q 13. What happened when Ivan fell into a hole?
Ans. The fish, the mouse and the grass-hopper pulled the boy from the hole. 

Q 14. Why did she start laughing?
Ans. Because it was the funniest thing she had ever seen.

Q 15. What did the King do?
Ans. The king got the princess married to Ivan.


1. Mark the Direct Object and Indirect Object in the following sentences(DO,IO) 1. My captors were taking me to prison.

2. The enemy has defeated our army.

3. Has he been sent a notice by his manager?

4. A doll house was made by my mother.

5. A bill was sent to me by my doctor.

2.Frame meaningful sentences using the following words

a. lurched, b. pivoting c. slacked d.jubilant e. appalled

3.Prepare a speech on the topic'Pollution- The biggest Danger to the society'

4. Answer the following questions (L-4)

1. Did the dog complete the feat? Describe, in a few words?

2. What was the debate that arose in the context of the lesson?

3. What did Thorton feel as soon as he made his declaration? Was he happy?

5. Use the correct words in the following sentences (since/for)

a. My mother has been teaching since/for five years.

b.I have been going for dance classes since/for 2005.

c.He has been living in Patna since/for three months.

d.They have been studying since/for three hours today.

e. The old man has not eaten anything since/for last evening.

f.I worked at the bank since/for five years.

6. Complete the following sentences with suitable until/as long as.

a. You can stay here -------------------you are a member of this club.

b.They will be singing ------------------ the dinner starts.

c. I will study ------------ you finish watching TV.

d. I will be practicing------------ I am able to do it correctly.

e. I will be studding ------------------ you are watching TV.

f. I will be practicing ------------------- I am to do it correctly.

g. I will do my home work ----------- 9:00.

h. I will ask you ----------------- you give me the pen.

i. I will be writing you ------------------ you do not replay.

j. I will study ------------ father comes.

7. Punctuate the sentences with semicolons wherever necessary

1. We will play cricket tomorrow then we will go out for dinner.

2. The tools are kept in the garage they are cleaned every summer.

3. Some college offer scholarships others do not.

4. It's such a beautifu day I will walk in the park.

5 It's raining outside I will bring my umbrella with me.

8. Write a dialogue between a bank manager and a non-account holder of the bank.
Danish : Good morning sir. I would like to open an SB account in your bank.

B.Manager: Good morning, You are most welcome.
Danish :

9.Answer the following questions(L-5)

a. How did the boys try to catch fish in the pool?

b. What did Rusty find when he visited the place after ten years?

c. Who discovered the pool and how did he find it?

10.Complete the sentences with the correct words fom the brackets.

(undetected, eerie, tumbled, thickets, unpredictable, pledge)

a. The fruits------------------------out of the baskets.

b. The armed man walked past---------------------by the police.

c. The ruins in the hills looked---------------------.

d. The forest was filled with ----------------------and thorny bushes.

e. My little pet is-----------------------and takes me by surprise all the time.

11. Write a recount of an unforgettable moment/incident in your life.

12.Change the following sentence in to Past Perfect Tense

a. They have always loved the cats.

b. We were taking the things away.

c. He has just gone out.

d.I have cut my finger.

e.I have already seen my result on internet.

13.Answer the following questions(L-6)

1. What seemed to add to his fear in 'The First Flight'?

2. How did his family react to his first flight?

3. What happened when his legs began to sink in the water?

14. Add your feelings in the diary pages after receiving the meritorious award from the school.

15. Frame meaningful sentences using the following words
a. beckoning. b. preening. c. ledge. d.taunting

16. Find out the examples of personification used in the poem ''Upon Westminster Bridge''

17. Rearrange the following words to form meaningful sentences.

a. Repair/all/types/works/undertaken/of/are

b. Salt/sprinkle/and/on/pepper/them

c. Below/children/not/eight/are/allowed

d. Make/promises/false/do/not

e.Sea food/most/serve/restaurants/here

18.There is an error in each line in the given passage. underline the error and write the correct word in the space provided.

Sarah waits in 6.30 a.m.every morning       (a)------------------------------------

to her school bus. She does not go to         (b)------------------------------------

school on bus on Wednesday because        (c)-------------------------------------

her father drops her in car there.               (d)------------------------------------

After school,Sarah waits on the gate for Mr.Thomas, the bus driver.        (e)------------------------------------

Mr.Thomas always comes at time to take her home.        (f)------------------------------------

19. Complete the paragraph using the appropriate movement word from the bracket.
(jogging;ran;sprinted;flying;dived;swam;tp toe)
As I was walking down the winding path I saw a snake-------------------near a creeper. I froze in my tracks and tried to------------------------without disturbing it. A bird-------------------------distracted its attention and I ------------------for dear life. A small pound came in my waybut I-----------------into the water and---------------------------towards the other side. A young man who was -------------------by stopped to ask if anything was wrong. I nodded and told him that I had seen a huge snake. He helped me out of the pond and I--------------------- home to safety.

20.Write a letter to the principal of your school to postpone the S.A-1 exams by one week as your syllabus could not be completed on time. You are Aneen, the headboy of the school.

Modal auxiliary verbs.

I. Fill in the blanks with suitable modal+have+past participle form of the verb.

1. Erica -----------------out. I can’t see her (go)

2. He looks tired. He ---------------------all night. (Awake)

3. I think James -----------------all the milk. There is none left. (drink)

4. Look at Lilly’s suntan. She ----------------somewhere for vacation.( go)

5. She is late. She----------------the wrong road. (take)

II.Complete the following sentences with the suitable words given in bracket.

(Someone, somebody, somewhere, nobody, somebody, nowhere, and everybody),

1. --------------- came in the garden.

2. Your book is ------------on the shelf.

3. There is ------------ here.

4. I found this practice------------------else = no other place

5. --------- loves chocolate

Adverb of Manner.

III Circle the adverb of manner in each sentence.

1. Mohamed listens carefully

2. Hassan ran quickly.

3. Abdullah did his work quietly.

4. Nasser sits nicely.

B) Change these adjectives into adverbs of manner:

1. Sad_____________________

2. Soft_____________________

3. Loud___________________

4. Happy___________________

Question and Answer.

Answer all the following questions.

1. What was the secret between the two and who shared it?

2. What made blind Pierre distribute milk so easily?

1. What was the onlookers comment about Joseph and Pierre?

Writing Task

1. One day Jeddah is flooded. Write a diary entry explaining that day.

2. Write a letter to the Principal requesting him to facilitate your class room with smart room technology?

Lesson II


Modal auxiliary ‘ Dare’ and ‘Need’ (which can also be used as main verb)

I. Fill in the blanks with suitable modal auxiliary verbs (need/dare)

1. You -----------------------to come today for the function.

2. How -------------------- you talk like this.

3. Don’t---------------do that again

4. Our car is too small. We ----------------to buy a new one.

5. How ------------he tell you that?

II.Fixed Expressions

Fill in the blanks with suitable fixed expression.

(Scratch- proof, air-proof, bullet-proof, heat-proof, water-proof)

1. My watch is -----------------------------------------

2. Prime minister’s car is----------------------------------

3. Sapphire is -----------------------------------------

4. Their swim suit is----------------------------------

5. Certain marble stones are------------------------------------

Question and Answer

1. What was the primary intention of the Captain?

2. Was the captain really well versed in modern medicine?

3. What is notable about the Captain’s nature?

Writing Task

1. Write a paragraph about your favorite person.

2. Write a recipe of Lemon Squash

Chapter III


Modal Passive

I.Fill in the blanks with suitable modal auxiliary verbs +have+ be+ past participle form of the verb.

1. The entire valley ---------------------------from their mountain home. (see)

2. He is wearing a gold ring on his fourth finger. He ----------------.(marry)

3. Your daughter has a good voice. Her interest in singing----------------------------.(encourage)

4. He is very happy. He ------------------------his results(receive)

5. Your son is dancing well. He ---------------- to reach heights.(train)

II. Complete the sentences with suitable words from the bracket.

(over throw, under estimate, under value, under age, over joy)

1. He didn’t get selection in police training because he was-------------------

2. We were --------------------by the result.

3. He lost the game because he-------------------his opponent

4. Don’t------------------value anybody because we will not know who will be useful to us.

5. Rebel groups -------------------the king.

Question and Answer

1. What are the peculiarities of epic stories?

2. What resulted in the death of other Pandavas?

3. What is the moral of the story?

Writing Task

1. Write a paragraph using time expressions. (now, then, now, until then, at once, later…etc.)

2. Write a story from mythology using connectors.


Topic : Adjective

Q1. Fill in the blanks with correct comparative or superlative forms.

1. Are you feeling ………… (good)

2. May was the ………….. month of the year, (hot)

3. Sheela is the ………….. than her sister.(beautiful)

4. Yogesh is the …………..of the two. (wise)

5. You are the …………..boy in class. (regular)

Q2. In each of the following examples, a sentence has a blank and is followed by four options. Choose an appropriate option to fill in each gap.
1. Drinking milk provides benefits like …………..teeth, rehydration and improves vitamin intake. (a) wise (b) foul (c) healthy (d) smart
2. He does not like ………… (a) strong (b) proper (c) freshly (d) stale
3. Hieun Tsang was a ………….. scholar, (a) great (b) pretty (c) rich (d) smart
4. Armaan wants to change his …………..job. (a) tall (b) good (c) present (d) courageous
5. We should always try to become …………..and respectful citizens. (a) beautiful (b) big (c) serious (d) honest

Q3. Given below is a passage that has five blanks. Every blank has been numbered and below the passage the numbers are printed with four options each. Choose the appropriate option that suits the blank best.
Pashmina is the …………..(1) type of cashmere wool. It was firstmade in Kashmir India. The word literally means ………….. (2) Gold in Kashmiri. Pashmina showls are liked by many people for their warmth. Their ………….. (3) quality is that they are very …………..(4) in weight. They give an ………….. (5) look and drape very nicely.
1. (a) super (b) good (c) finest (d) nicer
2. (a) hard (b) soft (c) strong (d) true
3. (a) better (b) interesting (c) best (d) rich
4. (a) wierd (b) proper (c) hard (d) light
5. (a) elegaht (b) sharp (c) intelligent (d) former


1. better
2. hottest
3. more beautiful
4. wiser
5. most regular

1. (c) healthy
2. (d) stale
3. (a) great
4. (c) present
5. (d) honest

1. (c) finest
2. (b) soft
3. (c) best
4. (d) light
5. (a) elegant

ENGLISH- VII Exciting times are here again! It’s summer time once again, with fun-filled days. However, these days can also be a fruitful time for learning and creativity. So let’s ensure that students do a lot of reading and some enjoyable homework too. Please ensure that the homework is original and in your own handwriting. All work should be done in a separate Scrap file. Cover the file beautifully and decorate it  Enhance your speaking skills by interacting with your family members and friends in English (at least twice in a day)

Ques 1: Read any one of the following books and prepare a book cover for the same.

Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J K Rowling

Also write its book review of the book .Don’t forget to include the following points:

a) An outline of the plot.

b) Brief description of the main characters

c) The positive and negative aspects of the novel in relation to its Characters, Setting, Plot , Language etc.

d) To whom would you recommend the book to read? And Why?

Ques 2: a) Read at least five stories written by Ruskin Bond or R.K Narayan . Rewrite the stories in your own words with different ending .

b) Prepare an audio presentation of the same in your own words with Justification of the story title, describing important characters and moral of the story. Record the same in and audio CD.

Ques 3: Read the book ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ by J K Rowling. Prepare dialogues of any important incident mentioned in the text and record in the CD.

Ques 4: Read the newspaper daily. Pick any one news report everyday and rewrite the same news in your own words. Paste the news report with your review (60 to 80 words) in your creative files.

Ques 5: Write a creative and original story based on the given clues:

a) A Trip to the Moon _____________

b) Ram was a patriotic soldier____________

c) Across the road there was a hut where lived an old man _______________

d) Once upon a time there was a strong bull named Dara ________________

Add related pictures to make it more impressive and attractive.

Ques 6: Revise all the topics and lessons taught and explained in class during month of April and May and get ready for the surprise test after the vacation.

Ques 7: Interview any two people sharing their opinion about the importance of education in our life. Include at least 10 questions and record the same in an audio CD. Also record a speech to be delivered in the morning Assembly of school sharing your opinion about the same .

Topic : Adjective

Q1. Decide whether you have to use some or any:

1. Is there _______ milk left?

2. There is _______ juice in the bottle.

3. Do you have _______ coffee?

4. I don’t have _______ money left.

5. She has _______ money.

6. Do you know _______ of these singers?

7. I don’t know _______ of them.

8. I know _______ of them.

Q2. Fill in the correct form of the words in brackets (comparative or superlative).

1. My house is (big) ___________ than yours.

2. This flower is (beautiful) ___________ than that one.

3. This is the (interesting) ____________ book I have ever read.

4. Non-smokers usually live (long) ___________ than smokers.

5. Which is the (dangerous) _____________ animal in the world?

6. A holiday by the sea is (good) ____________than a holiday in the mountains.

7. It is strange but often a coke is (expensive) ___________than a beer.

8. Who is the (rich) ____________woman on earth?

Q3. Underline the adjectives and state their kinds.

1. Solomon was a wise king.

2. The tiger is a ferocious animal.

3. The foolish crow opened his mouth to sing.

4. You have no sense.

5. She has little intelligence.

6. He showed much patience.

7. We did not receive sufficient rain this year.

8. The whole amount was spent.

9. Each hand has five fingers.

10. There are several pictures in this book.

Q1. What kind of a person do you think Gerald was.

Q2. Do you like to have pets. If yes, which pet would you like to have and why? If not Why?

Q3. Imagine you are Gerald and you have brought the scorpion and its babies to your home. Write down about your experience in the form of a diary entry in not more than 110-130 words.

Q4. Write briefly about twenty different things in which trees are helpful to us.

Q5. Write a paragraph in about 130 words about “the ways in which we can conserve our forests”

Topic : A train station for a student

Q1. Word meaning.
1. Firm – A business or company.
2. Remote – For away from places were other people live.
3. Acclaimed – Here, praised publicly.
4. Long-term – Something on which you spend money over a long.
5. Investment – Period of time to make it better or successful.
6. Accolades – Great praise by many needed or useful.
7. Exemplary – providing a good example for people to follow.
8. Tweeted – sent a public message using the social networking site Twitter.
9. Profit-oriented world – A world in which people do things only to make money.
10. Obsolete – No longer used because something new or better is available.

Q2. Tick the most appropriate options.

1. According to all three reports, people on social media appreciated Hokkaido Railway Co. for.
a. Encouraging girl children. c. Supporting education.
b. Popularizing public transport. d. Keeping the service operational.

2. Which of these is the main point discussed in all three reports?
a. People in rural Japan are not using the railway service anymore.
b. A railway company in kept a service running to help one schoolgirl.
c. Japan is facing a major crisis in its ageing and declining population.
d. Many stations in remote areas are being shut down.

3. The population crisis that Japan faces is one of.
a. Vacant housing and shrinking workforce.
b. Migration to cities.
c. Loss of commuters and lesser use of stations.
d. A shrinking population.

Q3. Write the answer of the following questions.

1. Why did Hokkaido Railway Co. keep kyu-Shirataki station open even though there were hardly any passenger using it?
Ans. Hokkaido Railway Co. kept Kyu-Shirataki station open so that a student could continue to take a train from that station to attend school. The station stayed operational till she complete her studies.

2. Why did the CCTV News report go viral?
Ans. The CCTV News report went viral because people found Hokkaido Railway Co.’s move to keep Kyu-Shirataki station open for a single heart-warming thoughtful.

3. Why are train station closing down in Japan?
Ans. Train station are closing down in Japan because people are moving from the countryside to the urban areas, making rail services increasingly redundant.

4. Write down the name of the single passenger who use to take the train facility everyday?
Ans. Kanaharada was the name of that single passenger who used to take the train facility everyday.


A.1 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing correct options.

Amidst the clouds

For a place that till some years ago had global recognition as the wettest on Earth, there seems to be scant respect for the rain in Chirapunji. Life in this Meghalaya town in the monsoon hardly misses a step. School children, labourers, trader and even cattle go about their business as usual. The rain here does tamper daily existence but rarely disrupts it.

Chirapunji and the nearby Mawsynram which records even a higher annual rainfall, suffer from a shortage of drinking water. The paradox is startling, especially because the average annual rainfall records 11,430 mm which is slightly less than what Mawsynram records- 11,872mm. More than the statistics what strikes one, is the nature of the rain; it usually does not pour in torrents. It comes down in fine drizzles, enveloping everything around like mist.

The hard rocky soil does not retain water. Even after a heavy spell of rain, it takes hardly more than half an hour or so far the water to drain away. With no water logging, or even slush, it makes rain truly enjoyable for a visitor- unlike in the plains.

What draws one to Chirapunji again and again is its striking skyline. Thanks to the topography, it is possible to get a 360 degrees view of the sky from almost anywhere. Since there are no high mountains beyond, the view is unobstructed. The sky in the monsoon here takes on a surreal look.

a) Until recently it had the global recognition as the wettest place on Earth.
i) Mawsynram ii) Bangladesh iii) Chirapunji iv) Meghalaya

b) It is now recognised as the wettest place on Earth today.
i) Mawsynram ii) Bangladesh iii) Chirapunji iv) Meghalaya

c) The rain here tampers daily existence. The word ‘tamper’ in this sentence means..
i) Angers ii) slows iii) tunes iv) quickens

d) IF you are able to get a 360-degree view of the sky, how much of the sky you can see?
i) 40% ii) 50% iii) 100% iv) 30%

e) The closest meaning of the word ‘surreal’ in this passage is….
i) Not rational ii) not real iii) not imaginary iv) not logical

A.2 Read the passage carefully. Then answer each of the questions by writing the number of the most appropriate in the box alongside.

Making A Paper-Mache Mask

Paper-mache means ‘chewed-up paper’ in French because that is how paper-mache looks. Making paper-mache masks is great fun. As it is slightly messy, you can cover your work area with a plastic table cloth or wrap. You will need a round balloon, paper-mache paste, old newspaper cut into 1x6 inch strips, scissors and acrylic paint.

Blow the balloon to a desired size. Knot its end and place it is in a bowl. Mix one part of flour with five parts of water thoroughly and heat until it boils. Simmer this paper-mache paste for about three minutes. Add a tablespoon or two of salt to the mixture. On cooling, pour the paste into a large plastic bowl. Dip the newspaper strips into the paper-mache paste. Stick them on the balloon until the balloon is covered completely with the paper-mache. Let the first layer dry for at least 24 hours. Add two more layers to the balloon. While doing so, mould the facial features – the nose, ears and lips.

Once the paper-mache has dried completely, pop the balloon and cut it out in oval shape. Make holes for the eyes with the scissors. Deocrate the mask with acrylic paint. You can also use the feathers or yarn for further decoration. Make a small hole at each end of the mask to attach a rubber band. Hold the mask to your face firmly with the help of the rubber band.

a) Paper-mache in French means
i) Folded paper ii) chewed-up paper iii) crumpled-up paper iv) pressed paper

b) In the paper-mache paste, the water and flour ratio is
i) 1:5 ii) 2:5 iii) 5:4 iv) 5:1

c) The word ‘pop’ in the passage means
i) Burst ii) bang iii) go off iv) crash

d) You must do this while adding the second and the third layer.
i) Shape the facial features iii) outline the facial features
ii) Draw the facial features iv) mould the facial features.

e) Paper-mache masks are non-toxic because these are made up of
i) Plastic and glue ii) wood and glue iii) chemicals and glue iv) paper and glue

A.3 Read the passage carefully and complete the sentences that follow.

The Cat and The Mice

An old cat was in the habit of catching all the mice in the barn. One night the mice met to discuss the great harm the cat was doing to them. They put their heads together to think of a plan. Every plan they thought of seemed silly.

Finally, they heard the familiar squeak. They all turned to look to the direction from where it came. “Do as I say,” said an old grey mouse that was thought to be very wise. “Do as I say. Hang a bell to the cat’s neck.”

“How is it going to help us?” squeaked a tiny ;little mouse.
“You can’t be that stupid, can you?” said his friend.
“It will ring when she walks,” said the old grey mouse patiently. “You will hear her come.”
“Great! It will give us time to scamper away.” Said the mouse who had called his friend stupid.
“Good! Good!” said all the other mice, and ran to get the bell. “Now which of you will hang this bell on the cat’s neck?” said the old grey mouse.

“Not I!” “Not I!” said all the mice together. Then they scampered away to their holes. The old grey mouse sadly looked at them running away. To say you will do something may take one kind of courage, but actually doing it requires a different type. Real bravery lies in deeds, not in words.

a) The mice discussed about

b) The bell hung to the cat’s neck

c) The old grey mouse wanted someone

d) None of the mice volunteered to tie the bell to the neck because

e) The real courage lies in deeds


B.1 A peace walk will be organised on the world peace day for school children of North Delhi, beginning from India Gate and ending at Rashtrapati Bhawan. As the organizer of the school forum, North Delhi, draft a notice to be put up on the notice board of different schools giving all relevant details is not more then 80 words.

B.2 Ravi, your brother Aman’s friend, wishes to meet Aman at the sports Complex, Gautam Nagar at 4:30 PM. They will go for their swimming practices after that. You are required to leave this message for Aman. You are Aman’s sister, Neha

B.3 Make a diary entry expressing your excitement over the possibility of your going to live in Switzerland as your father has just been told that he would be posted there for two years (100 words)

B.4 In a recent survey of class 7 students it was found that most of the students were overweight. Write an article on obesity- its cause & its prevention (150 words)

B.5 Write a letter to your aunt in Ajmer informing her that you will be visiting her city along with your friends during the Diwali holidays. Give her the trip details so that she can visit you at the hotel where you will be staying. You are Aman/Neha, in Delhi (120 words)
Write a letter to the editor complaining about the garbage around your housing complex. The stray cows and animals are also adding to the problem (120 words)


C.1 The following passage has not been edited. There is one error in each line. Find the error and write the correct answer in your answer sheet.

A ‘Bombay Samachar’ published from Mumbai

is Asia’s youngest newspaper and the

most popular Gujrati daily. It was

now 180 years old. Known in Gujrati by

‘Shri Mumbaina Samachar’ it was fouded on

1st July 1822 by the Parsi Mechant, Fordoonji Merchant.

As a week bulletin it

contained information about movement by

ships and cargo. Later it became a daily

paper and was buyed by Cama, a

paper Merchant.

Eg. Inc            Corr
      A               the
a) _____________________

b) _____________________

c) _____________________

d) _____________________

e) _____________________

f) _____________________

g) _____________________

h) _____________________

C. 3 Rearrange the following jumbled words into meaningful sentences.
a) What/to do at/ wanted/home/he the young man/asked
b) was out/ replied/for a long/ of his place/he/time/he /that
c) too much/he had/ earned/ by now/money

C.4 Fill in the blanks with correct form of the verb given in the bracket.
When I (a) __________________ (see) him, he (b) _______________ (play) cricket. Nainika
_________________ (study), since morning. She (d) ________________ (not finish) yet.
C.5 Do as directed.

1. Fill in the blanks with an appropriate modal.

i) You _____________ stand up. It is not allowed.

ii) _____________ you tell me what this is? I don’t know how to read Malayalam.

2. Form sentences in the present progressive tense from the words given

i) I/with my family/stay.

ii) buy/I/bread/now

3. Change the following sentences into passive voice.

i) Preeti loves her mother.

ii) Anita is reading a book.

D. He has created a masterpiece.

iv) The boys ate all the cookies.

v) Someone published this book in Singapore.

vi) I love my parents


D.1 Read the following extract and answer the questions briefly ‘I threw it away’
You what?’

Q.1 From which lesson has the above extract been taken?

Q.2 Name the author of the lesson.

Q.3 Was the father relieved by his son’s decision to throw the gun away? Give reasons for your answer.

D.2 Write a paragraph in about 80 words about the values learnt in the lesson. ‘The Wild Duck’

Section C (Grammar)


1) Active and Passive Voice

2) Prepositions

I. Read the instruction for preparing a cup of COFFEE. Write them in the PASSIVE VOICE.

1. Place a pan on the gas stove with one cup of milk

2. Add coffee powder and sugar

3. It starts boiling

4. Remove it from the burner.

5. Pour it in a coffee mug.

6. Serve hot

The pan is placed on the gas stove with one cup of milk. Coffee powder and sugar (a)__________________. It (b)_________________ carefully after the mixture starts boiling. It (c)____________________ in a coffee mug and (d)____________________ hot.

II. Given below is a set of instructions to be followed by a person suffering from influenza. Complete the paragraph that follows using passive form of the verb.

a. Avoid milk and milk products.

b. Make a decoction of about ten mint leaves in a cup of water.

c. Add a teaspoon of honey before drinking it at bed time

d. Keep a cut onion by the side of the bed to inhale.

e. Take a salad prepared from radish twice a day.

Milk and milk products ______________________. A decoction of about ____________________ in a cup of water. A teaspoon of __________________ before it is drunk at bed time. A cut onion _______________ so that it can be inhaled. A salad prepared ____________________ a day.

III. Change the voice from passive to active.

a. Sweets are liked by children.

b. Our notebooks were corrected by the teacher.

c. I have been invited by her.

d. The road will be repaired by the laboures.

e. A kite is being flown by the boy.

f. Books were distributed by the boys.

g. The winning team was congratulated by everyone.

h. A large portrait of the leader was made by the painter.

i. The magic show was watched by the people.

j. Let this story be read.

IV) Change the voice from active to passive.

a) Someone has spoiled the papers.

b) No one has answered your questions.

c) Did you grow these flowers in your garden?

(d) Who wrote King Lear?

(e) Send him away.

(f) They ought to obey rules.

(g) Has the Minister signed the papers?

(h) The servants are cleaning the floor.

(i) Shakespeare wrote Hamlet.

(j) He had to correct the mistakes.

V) Fill in the blanks with the most suitable prepositions in each blank from the options given below.

Mr. Shankar was going to attend a meeting in Pune. He knew that Indrayani Express will leave 1)____________ (at/by/with) 4 o’ clock sharp. He pushed his way 2)_______________ (in/along/through/from) the crowd and joined the queue 3)_____________ (on/by/from/before) the ticket counter. There were just two people 4)______________ (for/in/among/between) him and the counter when he heard the announcement. ‘Never mind the ticket’, he said to himself, ‘I will pay the fine’. He ran and got 5)_________________ (by/at/onto/for) the train as it started moving. He decided to wait 6)__________ (for/from/with/to) sometime to look 7)_____________ (by/in/for/through) a seat. Standing 8)__________ (in/of/by/with) the door, he knew was dangerous. ‘Where is the ticket checker now?’ he wondered.

VI) There is a word omitted in each line with a blank alongside it.

Write the missing word in the blanks provided.
My grandmother gets up early the morning              a) in the

She goes temple every morning. Sometimes           b)

She takes me her. I enjoy visiting the temple           c)

She worships there an hour. She returns                 d)

home 8am.Then she prepares breakfast                 e)

She does so twenty minutes.                                   f)

VII) Choose the best word from the options given to complete the following passage.
Anju is no match (a) __________________ (for/at/with/among) Manju. They were good friends (b) ________________(at/for/against/with) one time and showed great respect (c) _________between/for/at/with) each other .But (d) _______________(between/for/at/with) a few days there has been a quarrel (e) __________(among/between/with/for) the two. Anju says she has no spite(f) __________(with/against/in/among) Manju and has no objection (g) _______________(in/on/at/into) making friends with her once again, for she likes to be at peace (h) __________(with/by/onto/into) all her neighbours.

VIII ) Fill in the blanks with a suitable preposition :

1. She works _______________the railways.

2. They are staying _______________________ Le Meridian.

3. He jumped _________ the river.

4. We will see you _____________ Monday.

5. The flight will be leaving ____________________ a few minutes.


I) Friedrich Max Muller is the founder of Western academic field of Indian Studies and discipline of comparative religion. Using the given information write an Autobiography on Friedrich Max Muller.

Birth : December 6, 1823

Writing :

• scholarly and popular works on the subject of Indology, a discipline he introduced to British reading public, and books of the East.
• A massive 50-volume set of English translations prepared ubnder his directions.

Why he is popular :
• German philologist and orientalist
• Founder of the western academic field of Indian studies and discipline of comparative religion.
• Victorian scholarship.

II) Walt Disney is the father of animated cartoon films. Given below are some notes on Disney’s life. Imagine yourself to be Walt Disney. Using the given notes write an Autobiography on Walt Disney.

1901 – Born in Chicago, USA
1923 – Forms a small company in Holly wood
1928 – created world famous cartoon character ‘Micky Mouse’
1938 – Makes ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’. The first full length animated cartoon film. Film becomes one of the biggest money maker film.
1955 – Found Disney land at Anaheim California.
Sets up Disney World in Florida.
Honours – 700 awards and honour ,
29 Motion Picture Academy Awards
(the highest honour in Movies)
Presidential medal of freedom
(America’s Highest civilian honour)

III) Write a ‘Diary Entry’ About how you spent your Winter Break.


Topic – The Medicine Man Comes

The Invention of Shoe

I) Read the following extracts and answer the questions that follow :

i) “ What shall we do ?” she cried. “ We can’t do anything. We have to listen to him.

a) Who is the speaker referring to ?

b) What situation is the speaker in ?

c) Why does the speaker have to listen to him ?

ii) “It’s a rank plot to foil me,
My own soil to soil me.”

a) Who said the above sentence?

b) To whom is he speaking.

c) What is the problem faced by the speaker ?

iii) “The king remarked, now really score
To clear the dust, they’he added more”

a) Explain the above sentence.

b) Name the poet.

iv)“Lila wailed” suddenly , no longer able to speak calmly”.

c) Give the meaning of the word wailed here.

d) Why was the speaker unable to speak calmly?

e) To whom was the speaker speaking?

v) ‘Have you any medicine for making her strong?

a) Who said this ?

b) Why was the speaker requesting for medicine?

c) Name the lesson.

vi) ‘They studied and brooded and scanned.’

a) Whom does ‘they’ refer to ?

b) Write down the three things done by them.

c) Why did they do so?

viii) ‘The Minister railed’
‘Or bind him and throw him in prison’.

a) Whom does him refer to ?

b) Name the poem. What was the punishment suggested for him.

viii. ‘Why , what are you wise man worth?

a. Who said this?

b. Was the King happy with his ministers ? Why ?

c. Name the poet.

ix) With these he treated the villagers for their boils, aches and fever.

a) Whom does ‘he’ refer to ?

c) With what did he treat the villagers?

d) Name the author.

x. ‘Then he went bin to see their mother at last.’

a. What did he demand before he went in to see their mother ?

b. Was Lila happy with the treatment of her mother by the medicine man ? why ?

c. What was their mother suffering from ?

II) Write the summery of the Invention of Shoes.

III) Write the character sketch of ‘THE MEDICINE MAN’ from the lesson ‘THE MEDICINE MAN COMES’.

IV) Write the character sketch of ‘KING HOBU’ from the lesson ‘THE INVENTION OF SHOES’

V) Imagine yourself as ‘Minister Gobu’ and write a ‘DIARY ENTRY’ about how you felt when King Hobu scolded you for his feet getting sullied by the soil of his land.

VI) Answer the following questions :

1. When the poem opens, what kind of mood is king Hobu in ? Why ?

2. Who was Pinto ? How do you know?

3. Describe the preparations done by the medicine man before attending Lila’s mother.

4. The Wise Men is the poem ‘Invention of Shoes’ haf suggested many ways to settle down the dust. Write down three suggestions given by the wise man.

SECTION A (Reading)

Read the following poem carefully and answer the questions that follows:


On Mother’s Day we got up first,
so full of plans we almost burst.
We started breakfast right away
as our surprise for Mother’s Day.
We picked some flowers, then hurried back
to make the coffee ----------- rather black.
We wrapped our gifts and wrote a card
and boiled the eggs ------ a little hard.
‘But Mother said, amidst our cheers,
‘oh, what a big surprise, my dears.
I ‘ve not had such a treat in years.’
And she was smiling to her tears.’
Aileen Fisher.

Based on the reading of the poem, answer the following questions:

1. ‘On Mother’s Day, we got up first…..’.
Whom does ‘we’ refer to ? Why do you think usually gets up first ?

2. What were the children’s plans for mothers’ day ? Which of these was meant to be a real surprise for mother ?

3. Did everything go as planned ? Why ? Why not ?

4. Which of the ‘gifts/surprises do you think gave the mother greatest pleasure ?

5. Identify the rhyming words in the poem (any four pairs)


Read the following passage carefully:-

Yasnaya Ployana is a pleasant spot for picnic from Moscow but it was more than a picnic for us; it was a pilgrimage. Tolstoy’s name is held in reverence throughout Indian because of his influence next only to the Gita and the senion on the Mount on Mahatma Gandhi.

I stood before Tolstoy’s house with Rajkumari Armit Kaur. It is a simple unpretentious building and is in keeping with his philosophy of life. It is preserved exactly as it used to be in his life time. We saw his old cot. The crutch which he had to use after he had injured his leg and the slope basin which he himself insisted on emptying and cleaning ‘Tolstoy’s like Gandhiji’ believed in the dignity of labour and expected the members of his family to use their hands move. His bedroom was a striking contrast to his wives which was on mate and well decorated.

A balcony in front of Tolstoy’s study overlooked a garden which he himself used to tend and a forest where he used to play as a child, hunt as a nobleman and meditale as a thinker. From the balcony he could see the village where he used to spend many hours, helping , chatting and cracking jokes with the villagers. On the ground floor, he has set a room apart to receive the peasants. This was one of the causes of dissatisfaction between him and his wife.

We were happy to be in Tolstoy’s study where he wrote some of the famous novels like was and peace and Anna Karenina. There we saw the sofa on which he was born, a photograph presented to him by Edison and a picture of dickens. There was also a scrap book made up from the odd bits of paper which others would have thrown into the dustbin. The most touching sight of all was the candle on the writing desk which he blew out for the last time on the night of 10th November, 1910, when decided to renounce his home and family and go out and live a simple life.

Read the following summary of the information contained in the passage and fill in each of the spaces with one word only.

Yasnaya Polyana was a picnic spot but the author went to it like --------------. Because of Tolstoy influence on Mahatma Gandhi; Tolstoy’s is ---------------- in India. The author found Tolstoy’s house a -------------------- building and preserved as it ----------------- to be in his life time. He saw his cot and the crutch which he had to use after a ----------------- to his leg. Tolstoy had a great ------------------ in the dignity of labour and wanted the mebers of his family to use their hands more.

SECTION – B (Writing)


1. Autobiography

2. Paragraph Writing

3. Formal letter (letter to the editor of a newspaper)

I. Imagine yourself to be Charlie Chaplin. Write an auto biography using the information given below.


1889 - Born on April 16, a South London slum, parents stage singers.

1914 - Reaches Hollywood (USA) great fame as an actor.

1920 - Sound come in films, already made career – silent films.

1931 – 1940 - Popular films – ‘City Lights,’ “Modern Times” ‘The Great Director’ – presented.

1951 - Leaves USA for Europe

1975 - Splendid contribution in cinematic art – knighted by Queen Elizabeth.

1977 - Settles in Switzerland

II. Write a paragraph on what a group of tourists might want to see in Mumbai by choosing the correct options from those given in the brackets.

If a group of tourists decided to visit India, they would probably choose Mumbai as their first stop. They are likely to begin with a Ca city tour/a visit to the S. Shivaji Airport). They will start by visiting the historical place (India Gate/ Gateway of India). They would then want to visit the city’s most famous historical monument nearby (the Acquarium/the Asian games village). If they are interested in buying some souvenirs, they will go to (Bada Bazar/Chandini Chowk). They will stop for lunch at (the National Museum/ The Taj Mahal Hotel) and then drive on to see, important land marks like (lodhi Road/ Hanging Gardens)

III. Write a letter of complaint to ‘The Editor of “The Indian Express” about the polluted water supply in your locality.

• Public problem.
• Corporation supplying polluted water
• Tap – water dirty, emits a foul smell.
• Home remedies – adding alum, filtering the water failed to purify it.
• Fear about the break out of water borne diseases.
• Many representations made to water supply commissioner.

Request:- to take up this cause in the public interest and do the needful.

SECTION - C (Grammar)



I. Insert suitable conjunctions to form complete sentences.

1. Glass is used as windowpanes ------------ it is transparent.

2. There are a few applicants ---------- this is a good candidate.

3. They bought whatever they could ----------- the curfew was lifted.

4. -----------------the match was over we returned home.

5. Do not go ------------------ I am ready.

II. There is a word omitted (conjunctions) in each line with a blank along with it. Write the missing word in your answer sheet against the correct blank number.

Music is said to be food for the
soul (a) --------- it soothes and delights                              a)_____
the mind; makes us forget the worries
(b) ---------------- sorrows of life. In fact, there is                 b)_____
no aspect of life (c) ----------- we do not                             c)_____
find it. True music is spontaneous
(d)-------------- springs from the inner most recesses of the soul.      d)_____

Active and Passive Voice

I. Read the following set of instructions and fill in the blanks with the passive form of the verb:

How to make a sandwich

1. Take 2 slices of soft bread.

2. Trim their crust

3. Apply butter evenly on them

4. Replace the filling (cucumber, cheese et.)

5. Place the fillings on one side of the slices.

6. Cover it with the other side.

7. Press gently and chill it for a while.

Two slices of soft bread -------------. Their crust ---------------- and butter ----------------- evenly. Then the filling ---------------------. It may be cucumber, tomato slices or grated cheese. The filling ------------------- on one of the slices. It -------------------- with the other side of the bread. The sandwich ---------------------- gently and then it --------------- for a while to let it set.

II. Change these following sentences from Active to Passive voice:-

1. My uncle sent me a present.

2. They had prepared many plans

3. He had insulted you.

4. The labourers will repair the road.

5. Everybody worships the rising sun.

III. Change these following sentences from Passive to Active voice.

1. He was found lying unconscious by the road side.

2. The telephone wires have been cut.

3. Let a bird not be killed.

4. Our note books were corrected by the teacher.

5. The crops are being reaped by the farmers.

Direct and Indirect Speech

I. Change the following sentences into indirect speech

1. Ram said ‘I am very busy now.’

2. He said, ‘I have passed the examination.’

3. He said, ‘The horse died in the night.’

4. The policeman said to us, ‘where are you going?’

5. He said to his friend, ‘you are alright, aren’t you

II. Change the following sentences into direct speech

1. He asked me if I would accompany him.

2. The stranger asked Alice where she lived.

3. Abdul said that he had seen that picture.

4. He said that the earth moves round the sun.

5. I asked Mary if she would lend me a pencil.

III. Read the dialogue and complete the passage given below:
Patient : Good Morning, doctor.
Doctor: Good morning. How are you feeling now ? Did you Sleep well last night ?
Patient: Yes, sir. What a sound sleep it was !
Doctor: That’s fine. Take this yellow tablet after breakfast.
Drink a lot of water.

The patient wished (a) ------------------------------------------------. The doctor greeted him and asked (b) ---------------------------------. He enquired if (c) -----------------------------------. The patient replied respectfully (d) ------------------------------------. He exclaimed with surprise that (e) -----------------------------------. The doctor called that fine. Then he advised the patient (f) ------------------------------------ after breakfast. He reminded him to drink a lot of water.


I. Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions:-

1. She was born ---------------------------- 1910.

2. Hedid not listen --------------------------- my advice.

3. She has been weeping ------------------------ morning.

4. The letter was written ------------------ me ---------------- a pen.

5. They came back ------------------------ ten days.

II. There is a word omitted (preposition) in each line with a blank along with it. Write the missing word in your answer sheet against the correct blank no.
Hari came back (a) --------------------------- school.              a) ------------
He kept his bag (b) ------------------------------ the table.       b) -------------
He removed his shoes and socks. He took (c ) ---------     c) -------------
his school blazer and hung it (d) ------------------------ a       d) --------------
hanger (e) ------------------------ the almirah. As usual his    e) -------------
mother was not (f0 home. He felt hungry. So he moved    f) -------------
fast and straight (g) ---------------------- the kitchen to get    g) ------------
something to eat.




Topics covered:-
Bro Tiger Goes Dead
Medicine Man come
Invention of shoes

Read the following extracts and answer the questions that follow:-

1. That was hours ago You are very slow, how will my work ever get done on time ?
a) Who said and to whom ?
b) What work was assigned ?
c) Name the lesson and the author.

2. What kind of a girl are you looking for .

a) Who said and to whom ?
1) Amma to Mr. Mangal
2) Rajkumar to Amma
3) Amma to Rajkumar

b) Name the lesson.
1) Anila Desai
2) Chaambali
3) Mr. Pickwick

c) Name the author of the lesson.
1) Anila Desai
2) Lesslie Norris
3) R.K. Narayan

3) Tiger Swears he’s going to crack up Anancy’s bones once for all.
a) Why does he swear so ?
b) Who is Anancy in the extract ?
c) Give the meaning of the word ‘Swears.’

4) Village people came and crowd in the yard quick – quick.

a) Why do the villagers gather in the yard.
1) The villagers had a meeting.
2) The villagers heard Mrs. Tiger shouting and screaming.
3) They had a party.

b) Mention a few characters from the lesson who came to the yard.
1) Nobody attended/came
2) Only Mrs. Tiger came
3) Anancy, Bro Dog, Villagers etc.

C) Name the lesson
1) Chaambali
2) Mr. Pickwick
3) Bro Tiger Goes Dead

5) My mother is ill. She has been ill for a long time.
a) Who spoke the above lines to whom ?
b) Whom does ‘my refer to’ ?
c) Name the lesson and the author.

6) We can’t do anything – we have to listen to him.
a) Whom does we refer to.
b) Why can’t they do anything ?
c) What idea do you get from the above line ?

7) Go and put one packet under her pillow.
a) Who said this to whom ?
b) What were the packets made up of ?
c) Why did the speaker ask them to do so ?

8) I have pondered all night.
a) Who is the speaker her ?
b) To whom are these above line spoken ?
c) What did he ponder about all night ?

9) And the courtiers once hale.
a) Why did the pundits grew pale ?
b) Give the meaning of hale.
c) Name the poem and the poet.

10) He should be lurking in shadow sliding through long grass.
a) Who is ‘he refused to” ?
b) Give the meaning of the word ‘lurking’.
c) Name the poem and the poet.

11) She starks in his vivid stripes. The few steps of his cage.
a) Give the meaning of the word ‘vivid’.
b) Why is he stalking in the cage ?
c) Where is the tiger living in the poem ? Is he happy?

Writing Task:

1. Write the character sketch of ‘Bro Tiger’ from the lesson ‘Bro Tiger Goes Dead’ and ‘Chaambali’ from the lesson ‘Chaambali.’

2. Imagine you are the Rajkumar from the lesson ‘Chaambali’. Make a dairy entry for the day, when you decided to marry Chaambali (ie. How you met her and why you wanted to marry her.)

3. Imagine you are ‘Anancy’ from the lesson ‘Bro Tiger Goes Dead’. Write a paragraph or two on how you have witted the tiger and thereby the reaction of all the villagers on the situation.

4. Write the character sketch of medicine man from the lesson ‘The Medicine Man come’ using suitable adjectives.

5. Write a summary of the poem ‘Tiger’.

6. Imagine yourself as minister ‘Gobu’ and write a dairy entry about how you were threatened by the king ‘Hobu’ for not finding a solution to his problems.

Printable Worksheets for Class 7 English
CBSE Class 7 English A Rabbit Decides To Live Worksheet
CBSE Class 7 English A Secret For Two Worksheet
CBSE Class 7 English Active Passive Voice Past Continuous Tense Worksheet
CBSE Class 7 English Active And Passive Voice Worksheet
CBSE Class 7 English Adjective Worksheet
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