CBSE Class 4 English Sample Paper Set N

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SECTION – A

(READING – 10 MARKS)

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow :

Kabir is one of the greatest poets and saints ever born in India. Through his poetry, he taught that all human beings are equal. Kabir’s dohas or couplets brim over with love for God. What makes Kabir especially important is that his teachings represent a combination of Hindu and Muslim ideas. Kabir’s poems have influenced people of all faiths. Over five hundred of his poems form a section of the Guru Granth Sahib, the religious book of the Sikhs.

Two poor Muslim weavers, Niru and his wife Nimma, were walking around the Lahara Tala Lake, near the holy city of Varanasi. Suddenly they saw a tiny infant floating on a large lotus leaf in a bed of water lilies. The couple took the little baby home and brought him up as their son. They named him Kabir, meaning the greatest one. Kabir’s guru was a famed saint named Ramanand.

Kabir began to spread the message of love and union with God, and his followers belonged to both religions, Hinduism and Islam. He urged those around him to concentrate on leading a simple life, known as the Sahaj (or natural) path.

Although Kabir died in 1518, his life and work inspire us to end religious hatred and spread the message of universal love even today.

A.1 Answer the following questions : (2)

a) Name the religious book of the Sikhs?

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b) What did Kabir teach through his poetry ?

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A.2 Fill in the blanks with suitable words from the passage. (2)

a) Kabir’s teachings represent a combination of _______________ and _______________ ideas.

b) Niru and his wife Nimma, were walking around the ___________ Lake, near the holy city of Varanasi.

c) Kabir wanted a famed saint named _______________ as his teacher.

A.4 Complete the following sentence. (1)

Although Kabir died in 1518, his life and work inspire us to end religious hatred and spread the message of _______________________

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SECTION – B (WRITING : 20 MARKS)

B.1 Write a paragraph on any one of the following :

1. My Grandmother

2. A Morning Walk

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B.2 Write an application to the Principal of your school for grant of five days leave. (8)

OR

Write a letter to a friend who has met with an accident.

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SECTION – C

(GRAMMAR - 30 MARKS)

C.1 Write each set of words in alphabetical order. (2)

a) stone mountain bag traveller woman

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b) think believe count catch bring

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C.2 Rearrange the following group of words as sentences. (2)

a) sisters mean her were lazy and

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b) colours rainbow has the seven

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C.4 Make the following sentences negative. (2)

a) Water these plants daily.

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b) These questions are difficult.

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C.5 Make the following sentences interrogative. (2)

a) That snake was dangerous.

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b) She can help me.

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C.6 (i) Underline the subject in the following sentences. (1)

a) Noise pollution can cause a headache.

b) Mr. and Mrs. Mehta and their two children came to meet us yesterday.

(ii) Supply the predicate in the following sentences. (1)

a) The poem ________________________________________.

b) Fruits and vegetables _______________________________.

C.7 Underline the nouns in the following sentences. (2)

a) The thief took away their air conditioner, television and computer.

b) Children are playing in the park.

c) The lion was roaring in the forest.

C.8 Underline the nouns in the following sentences and arrange them in proper columns. (2)

a) Hyderabad, the capital of Andhra Pradesh, is an important historical city.

b) The schools in our state remain closed in May and June.

Proper nouns Common nouns

_____________________ _____________________

_____________________ _____________________

_____________________ _____________________

_____________________ _____________________

C.11 (i) Rewrite the following sentences changing the nouns in bold into their plural form. (1)

a) Nobody believed the story told by her.

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b) The doctor pulled out the aching tooth.

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(ii) Write the singular forms of the following nouns. (1)

a) Wolves ______________ b) Sheep ______________

c) Leaves ______________ d) Feet ______________

C.13 Insert apostrophe (’) wherever it is needed. (2)

a) Girls college b) Childrens return gifts

c) Mr. Biswass car d) The foxes tails

C.14 (i) Underline the adjectives in the following sentences. (1)

a) Gopi is an old man.

b) The sky is blue.

c) The ant is a tiny insect.

d) Mangal Pandey was a brave soldier.

C.15 ii) Fill in the blanks with the correct degree of the adjectives given in the brackets. (1)

a) This is the ______________________ story I have ever read. (interesting)

b) The teacher asked me an ______________________ question. (easy)

c) Mumbai is ______________________ than Delhi. (big)

d) January is the ______________________ month of the year. (cold)

SECTION – D

(LITERATURE - 30 MARKS)

D.1 Write the meanings of the following words and frame sentences using them. (Any 4) (4)

i) drugstore : __________________________________________

Sentence : __________________________________________

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ii) vivid : __________________________________________

Sentence : __________________________________________

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iii) numb : __________________________________________

Sentence : __________________________________________

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iv) battered : __________________________________________

Sentence : __________________________________________

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v) suspicious : __________________________________________

Sentence : __________________________________________

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vi) barged into : __________________________________________

Sentence : __________________________________________

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D.5 Answer the following questions. (Attempt any 7)                                                                                         (14)

a) What is the main message of the poem ‘Everyday Things’?

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b) How did the family reward Pizzo for his timely help ?

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c) Why did the Emperor ask for a cup of hot water?

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d) How much money did Dr. Armstrong take from Andrew’s parents for the operation? Why / Why not?

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e) How are millionaires, presidents and kings like ordinary people?

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f) Why did the writer find it difficult to recognize his mother?

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g) When he reached Khandwa, at first he was disappointed. Why?

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e) Find the correct spelling in each row and underline it. (1)

i) exitement exceitment excitement

ii) oferred offerred offered

iii) countre contree counter

iv) kemist chemeest chemist

f) Write adjectival phrases for the following. (1)

i) A singer who has been trained well. __________________________

ii) A bicycle that has been oiled well. __________________________

g) Fill in the blanks in these sentences by using some, any or no. (1)

i) Buy me ___________ milk and bread, would you ?

ii) There is ___________ ink in my pen. Can you get me a refill?

iii) Do you have ___________ ice in your fridge?

iv) I want ___________ more rice, please.

D.7 Read the following lines and answer the question that follow. (1)

Andrew’s parents were poor. They did not have enough money to pay for his surgery. When Dr. Armstrong came to know about it, he did not take any money for his operation. This shows that Dr. Armstrong was a

___________________ person. (Choose the correct option).

kind and helpful or cruel and selfish 

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