CBSE Class 4 English Sample Paper Set A

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English Class 4 Sample Paper

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Read the passage and answer the questions that follow :

Once upon a time, king Brahmadatta wanted a place which would stand on a single pillar. He thought it would be one of the greatest wonders of the world. He needed a strong tree for the pillar. He sent hundreds of wood-cutters all over the forest to find such a tree. The wood-cutters looked everywhere. At last, they found a tall and magnificent sal tree in the middle of the forest. The wood cutter got ready to cut down the tree. The tree grew very sad that it would die the next day. That night the tree spoke to the king in his dream. It said to him,

“O King! Can you tell your wood-cutters to cut me in parts. First my top branches then my middle branches and then the trunk?”

The king was surprised. “Why?” he asked. The tree told him, “If they cut me at one stroke, might fall on the other trees and hurt them. So cut me limb by limb. It will spare the other tree being hurt”.

The king was moved by the tree‟s kindness. He decided not to cut the tree to build his palace.

1. Answer the following questions :

i. What kind of a palace did king Brahmadatta wish to build? 

ii. What kind of a tree did the wood cutters find at last? 

iii. What did the tree want the king to do? 

iv. How did the tree want itself to be cut? 

v. Find the opposite of the following words from the passage : 

a. short b. weak

vi. Find words which mean the same as: 

a. large branch of a tree b. the act of hitting


1. Answer the following questions in 4 to 6 lines : 

i. Who started the packing? Did he think before starting, that it would take him a long time?

ii. Why did the old man become frightened?

iii. Who had to pack the hampers? What was the first exciting thing they did?

iv. What shock awaited the old man when he came back?


2. Complete the following sentences : (1x3=3)

i. George and Harris took ___________________ to do the packing.

ii. The old man was disturbed and sad because he had neither _______________.

iii. The first foreign place that the poet sees is ___________________.

3. Complete the stanza and answer the question that follows : (3)

I saw the next door __________________



___________________ never seen before.

4. Write the meanings of the following words: (1x2=2)

i. chaos

ii. adorned

5. Use any two of the following words to make meaningful sentences of your own : (1x2=2)

interesting,     forget,      surprise

6. Rewrite the following sentences after using the capital letters, full stop, question mark or exclamation mark, wherever necessary: 

i. anisha ate a sweet mango

ii. where were the children playing 


1. Write a paragraph of 6 to 8 sentences on (4)

„My Best Friend‟

Note: All the answers should be done on the question paper itself.

1. Underline the nouns in the following sentences and state their kind : (1x3=3)

i. He is known for his honesty.


ii. We are going to Shimla.


iii. Our team is better than theirs.


2. Re-write the sentences after changing the underlined nouns from singular to plural: (1x3=3)

i. The policeman arrested the thief.


ii. The child is playing with a toy.


iii. Put the book on the shelf.


3. Use the correct degree of comparison given in the bracket : (½ x6=3)

i. Neha is ____________________ than Priya. (wise)

ii. The Elephant is a ______________ animal. (big)

iii. Which is the _____________________city in the world? (large)

iv. You look very_____________________ today. (happy)

v. My box is ________________________ than yours. (heavy)

vi. Tom and Jerry show is the _________________ of all. (funny)

4. Tick (√ ) the correct form of simple present tense in the given sentences : (½ x6 =3)

i. You make / makes delicious idlis and sambhar.

ii. This child likes / like colourful dresses.

iii. Mangoes taste / tastes sweet.

iv. Spiders catch / catches flies in a web.

v. She keeps / keep her room neat and tidy.

vi. My father play / plays golf on Sundays.



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