CBSE Class 5 English Question Paper Set 7

Read and download CBSE Class 5 English Question Paper Set 7 designed as per the latest question paper pattern and Class 5 examination guidelines issued by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. The past year Question Papers for Class 5 English have been provided with solutions which will help students to assess their performance and find out topics in English grade 5 which they need to improve to get better marks in Standard 5 exams. After solving these last year papers also refer to solved Sample Papers for Class 5 English available on our website to build strong understanding of the subject

English Question Paper Class 5

Students can refer to the below Class 5 English Question Paper designed to help students understand the pattern of questions that will be asked in Grade 5 exams. Please download CBSE Class 5 English Question Paper Set 7

English Class 5 Question Paper

SECTION A – READING 
 
I Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow.
 
For centuries, people have been playing ‘kicking games’ with a ball. The game of soccer developed from some of these early games. The English probably gave soccer its name and its first set of rules.
 
Organized soccer games began in 1863. In soccer, two teams of eleven players try to kick or head the ball into their opponents’ goal. The goalie who tries to keep the ball out of the goal is the only player on the field who is allowed to touch the ball with his or her hands. The other players must use their feet, heads and bodies to control the ball.
 
Every four years, soccer teams around the world compete for the World Cup. The World Cup competition started in 1930. People in more than 140 countries around the world play soccer. It is the national sport of most European and Latin American countries. Soccer is definitely the world’s most popular sport.
 
A) Choose the answers from the options given below 
 
a) The __________probably gave soccer its name and its first set of rules.
 
i) Germans            ii) Europeans             iii) Brazilians               iv) English
 
b) Organized soccer games began in __________________ .
 
i) 1863                 ii) 1963                     iii) 1864                     iv) 1960
 
c) Every _______ years, soccer teams around the world compete for the World Cup.
 
i) six                   ii) two                        iii) five                       iv) four
 
d) The World Cup competition started in __________
 
i) 1935               ii) 1930                      iii) 1931                      iv ) 1830
 
e) People in more than ____ countries around the world play soccer.
 
i) 150                 ii) 160                       iii) 140                        iv) 104
 
B) Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow.
 
Once upon a time, in a small country, people decided to find out what it was that parents really liked the most. A competition was organized. It would use the latest invention of Professor Crank-Shafte: the Gladometer. To date, the Gladometer was the only machine that could measure joy and happiness. So one by one, the children demonstrated their own particular talents to their parents. The Gladometer faithfully measured their parents’ reaction.
 
One boy turned up with a trained dog; the dog sang and danced. A girl came and played the violin like an angel, and an intelligent boy came and read his vey big book. The parents’ happiness was plain to see. Finally; a boy came to the Gladometer carrying nothing. When the organizers asked him, what he was going to do., he simply said, “Nothing, but I am very obedient.” This said, the machine measured such a high reading that it began to vibrate violently and finally exploded. The boy, who had done nothing, won all the prizes that day for solving the mystery of what pleases parents the most.
 
Answer the following: 
 
a) Who invented the Gladometer?
 
b) What could the machine do?
 
c) Who won the competition?
 
d) Why did he win?
 
e) What do parents like the most?
 
C) Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow.
 
The earth will continue to renew its resources only as we and all the other people of the world do our part to conserve. Environmentalists have devised a plan which, if followed sincerely will both save our precious resources and keep pollution levels under control. This plan consists in following 3 R’s – restricting, reusing and recycling.
 
Restricting means checking ourselves from unnecessary buying. We often buy an object not because we need it but because it has caught our fancy or it is being offered at a discount. This kind of buying needs to be checked. We should ask ourselves whether the item we are going to buy is something we really
 
need, whether it is well suited to meet our need and whether it will last. This exercise will not only save money but also space an extra work. Reusing implies finding a new use for an existing item, like reusing envelopes or paper bags, turning a used box into a storage box, etc. it is important to reuse items wisely. Giving away used clothes, shoes, books and toys in charity is a good way of saving resources.
 
Recycling is possible in the case of the objects that can be shredded, melted or otherwise processed and turned into new raw material. Paper, glass, plastic, and aluminum can be easily recycled to turn them into new products.
 
Complete the following: 
 
a) As we are enjoying all the resources of the earth, it is our responsibility to _______________
 
b) Often we buy things not to fulfill any need but _______________________________
 
c) __________________________________________________ can be easily recycled.
 
d) Find a word from the passage which means ‘people who study the surroundings’.
 
e) Write whether the following statements are True or False 
 
i) Recycling means checking ourselves from unnecessary buying. ____
 
ii) Giving away used clothes, shoes, books and toys in charity is a good way of saving resources. ___

 

 

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