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CBSE Class 7 English - Revision (19)

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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

 

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