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English Sample Paper Class 6
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Q.1 Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below.
Gandhiji had to travel by train from Durban to Pretoria in connection with his job. Once while travelling by train, he was asked by the white passengers to leave the first class compartment and shift to van compartment. He refused to do so. Thereafter he was pushed forcibly out of the compartment and his luggage was thrown on the platform. It was winter and he kept shivering all the night. He did not go to the waiting room because the white men sleeping there might insult further. This event was a turning point in life of Gandhiji and he decided to stay back in South Africa and fight against this blatant injustice.
1. What was Gandhiji asked to do by white passengers?
(a) to leave the train.
(b) to shift into the van compartment.
(c) to clean the first class compartment.
2. They did so because___________________ .
(a) they wanted to talk to him.
(b) they were pleased by his look.
(c) they treated Indians as inferior to them.
3. Where did he have to spend the whole night?
(a) At the platform.
(b) In the waiting room.
(c) Into the van compartment.
4. He was thrown out of the train because _______________________ .
(a) he misbehaved with them.
(b) they wanted to insult him.
(c) he refused to shift to the van compartment.
5. Why did he not go to the waiting room to spend the night?
(a) The room was unclean.
(b) He wanted to sleep in the open.
6. What did Gandhiji decide after this event?
(a) To stay back in South Africa.
(b) To kill them.
(c) To return India. 6x1=6
Q.2 Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below.
One day some children found, in a ravine, a thing shaped like a grain of corn, with a groove down the middle but as large as a hen’s egg. A traveler passing by saw the hing, bought it from them for a penny and taking it to town sold to the King as a curiosity. The King called together his wise men and asked them to find out what the thing was. The wise men pondered and pondered and could not make head or tail of it. One day when the thing was lying on a window-sill, a hen flew in and pecked at it till she made a hole in it. Then everyone saw that it was a grain of corn. The wise men went to the King and said, “It is a grain of corn.”
1. Where did the children find a grain of corn?
2. How large was the grain?
3. Whom did the traveller sell the grain?
4. Whom did the King ask to find out what the thing was?
5. Find out the synonyms of the following.
[a] purchased [b] huge
6. Find out the antonyms of the following.
[a] lost [b] foolish
SECTION – B [WRITING]
Q.1 Write an application to your principal requesting her to issue your Transfer Certificate. 2
Q.2 Imagine that you are Shubham. Write a letter to your friend congratulating him for winning district Level Cricket Tournament. 3
Q.3 You found an umbrella in the school play ground. Write a notice to inform everybody about it giving the necessary details. 3
Q.4 Write an essay on “ Diwali – The Festival of Lights.” using the guidelines given below. 4
[ An important festival of the Hindus – one of the most enjoyable festivals – known as the festival of lights – Lord Rama comes back – light the lamps – express joy – lluminate houses – falls during October or November – cleaning, white washing and painting – light candles, lamps and coloured electric bulbs – brings joy and happiness – gifts and sweets – great rush at sweets, clothes and utensil shops – crackers fascinate – greet friends and relatives – symbol of joy and happiness.
Q.1 Frame the questions to get the underlined words as their answers. 4x¼=1
Ans. I have a story book in my bag.
Ans. She is fine now.
Ans. I joined the summer camp last year.
Ans. I teach English here.
Q.2 Circle the subject and underline the predicate. 2x½=1
(a) The boys are playing in the garden.
(b) What a nice car you have!
Q.3 Underline the nouns and state their kinds. 2x½=1
(a) The football team has won the match.
Q.4 Change the following masculine into their feminine. 4x¼=1
(a) Lion (b) Uncle (c) Tiger (d) Gentleman
Q.5 Circle the direct object and underline the indirect object. 2x½=1
(a) Mr. Mehta teaches us English.
(b) My father promised me to celebrate my birthday.
Q.6 Fill in the blanks the suitable pronouns. 4x¼=1
(a) Rahul’s uncle took _________ to the fair.(his/him/we)
(b) Neha hurt ___________ while playing. (herself/myself/yourself)
(c) Please don’t disturb ________________ .(I/you/me)
(d) __________________ is your class teacher? (What/Who/Why)
Q.7 Fill in the blanks with correct articles. 4x¼=1
(a) My brother is __________ M.L.A.
(b) Lotus is ___________ queen of all the flowers.
(c) __________ earth revolves the sun.
(d) Mr. James is _________ European.
Q.8 Fill in the blanks with correct form of the verb. 4x¼=1
(a) Sikandar ________ (visits / visited / visiting) Agra every year.
(b) India has ____________________(win / wins / won) the match.
(c) We usually _____________(going / go / goes) for a morning walk.
(d) Chinmay is ______ (work / worked / working) hard to top the class.
Q.9 Fill in the blanks with correct modals. 4x¼=1
(a) You ______________ consult with the doctor about your illness. (would / should / may)
(b) I _________________ run fast when I was young. (could / can / will)
(c) Everybody ___________________ keep their promises (must / would / shall)
(d) ________________ you like to take tea? (shall / might / would)
Q.10 Fill with correct degree of adjective. 4x¼=1
(a) Manish is ________________ than Sanjay.(tall)
(b) Sneha is an _________________________ girl. (intelligent)
(c) Jaipur is ________________ than Banswara in summer. (hot)
(d) Bharat Ratna is the ________________award given in India. (high)
Q.11 Find the errors and correct them. 4x¼=1
(a) Everybody is enjoyed the party. …………. …………
(b) A little students are present today. …………. …………
(c) I am never afraid for ghost. …………. …………
(d) We should try to solve him problem. …………. ………….
Q.12 Rearrange the following words to form meaningful sentences and also use punctuation marks. 4x½= 2
(a) his house/decided/My uncle/sell/has/to
(b) a beautiful/it/!/What/is/flower
(d) you/do/Where/? /live
SECTION – D [LITERATURE]
Q.1 Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow. 4x½= 2
Dorabji Edulji Gimi was popular among the boys, he was a disciplinarian and a good teacher. He had made gymnastics and cricket compulsory. I disliked both. I never took part in any exercise, cricket or football, before they were made compulsory. My shyness was one of the reasons for this all of ness.
1. Who is ‘I’ in the passage?
[a] Mr. Dorabji [b] Mr.Giles [c] Gandhiji
2. Mr. Gimi was popular among the boys because he was a __________.
[a] good teacher [b] good player [c] good looking
3. Which two activities were made compulsory by him?
[a] cricket & football [b] cricket & gymnastics
[c] football & gymnastics
4. Gandhiji never took part in any exercise because of his____________.
[a] fear [b] weakness [c] shyness
Q.2 Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow. 4x½=2
I hear a sudden cry of pain!
There is a rabbit in a snare,
Now I hear the cry again,
But I cannot tell from where.
1. Who is the poet of this extract?
[a] James Stephens [b] Henry Abbey [c]Jack Prelutsky
2. Who is crying?
[a] The poet [b] The rabbit [c] Both
3. How is the cry?
[a] fearless [b] horror [c] painful
4. Where is the rabbit?
[a] on the tree [b] in a snare [c] in a burrow
Q.3 Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow. 4x½=2
Rakesh was on his way home from school when he bought the cherries. He paid fifty paise for the bunch. It took him about half an hour to walk home and by the time he reached the cottage there were only three cherries left.
1. Where was Rakesh going?
2. What did he buy o his way?
3. How much did he pay for this?
4. How many cherries were left with him when he reached to his cottage?
Q.4 Answer the following questions in short. 4x1=4
1. Which punishment was given to Tom on Saturday by Aunt Polly?
2. What was the unique way in which the women of the Uttarakhand showed their love and respect for their trees?
3. What will happen if we only cut down trees and not plant any?
4. Hw was Beauty rewarded when they returned home?
Q.5 Answer the following question in detail- 1x3=3
1. In what sense had the women of Reni proved the men of the village wrong?
Why were the boys so eager to paint the fence?
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