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English Sample Paper Class 6
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English Class 6 Sample Paper
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A. Read the passage and answer the questions below:
Recently, a 6 km-long bicycle rally was organized by one of the prestigious Delhi schools to promote environmental awareness among the people. The rally , which was kicked off by the Chief Minister of Delhi , attracted over a thousand participants from schools all over the capital. The cyclists carried placards with the motto „Pollution free vehicle is my cycle‟. Most of the children who had never got an opportunity to ride a cycle in open space for such a long distance felt quite thrilled by their experience.
It is certainly true that an increasing use of bicycles would have a beneficial influence on the city‟s environment. But cycling has other benefits too and it was nice to find the children fully conversant with these benefits. According to one of the participants, “Riding a bicycle leads to sound health and body fitness in addition to being a lot of fun.” In fact, some students felt so enthusiastic about cycling that they urged the Chief Minister to provide separate cycling tracks on city roads so that they could ride their cycles to their schools. The Chief Minister agreed to give due consideration to this suggestion.
In a short speech while inaugurating the rally, the Chief Minister said that it is every citizen‟s responsibility to fight environmental pollution and taking a cue from these children, more and more people should turn to their bicycle, at least for short-distance travelling.
1. Who organized the bicycle rally?
2. Who inaugurated the rally?
3. How many children participated in the rally?
4. What slogan were the participants carrying?
5. Give one benefit of cycling?
6. What suggestion was given to the Chief Minister to make roads safe for cycling?
7. Find words from the passage which mean the following:
(i) A signal or a hint (ii) Well aware of
8. Find words from the passage which mean the opposite of the following:
B1. Fill in the blanks with appropriate articles. (2)
(a) May I use ______ telephone?
(b) I can see ______ white and black cow grazing in the field.
(c) The man is sitting in front of _____ car.
(d) She is _______ M.A. in English.
B2. Rewrite after correcting errors related to subject-verb agreement: (4)
(a) The police has arrested my neighbour.
(b) One of my brothers live in Iran.
(c) Either of the two candidates are perfect for the job.
(d) The President, as well as his committee members, have arrived.
B3. Identify the adverbs and state the kind of the following sentences: (4)
(a) The accident happened there.
(b) I often use the internet.
(c) Rachel phoned me yesterday.
(d) He spends his money carefully.
B4. Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions: (2)
(a) She was accompanied ______ her mom.
(b) He is different ______ his brother.
(c) Do not worry _______ exams.
(d) This book is useful _______ beginners.
B5. Change the following into indirect speech: (4)
(a) Anne said,”I met my old friend at the station.”
(b) The coordinator said to the student ,”You are late today.”
(c) My father says,”Everybody can lead a happy life.”
(d) My friend said to me, ” Yesterday I found a purse full of money.”
B6. Rewrite after punctuating: (2)
noel said to his son when bryan was in Austria he often went to church
C1. Read the following references given below and answer the questions that follow:
A. “Eureka! Eureka! Eureka!” I found it.
(a) Who shouted out these words? (1)
(b) Why did the speaker say these words? (2)
B. “I am here to speak for the countless animals dying across this planet because……..
…………I am afraid to go out in the sun.”
(a) Who is the speaker of these lines? (1)
(b) Why are the animals dying across the planet? (1)
(c) Why is the speaker afraid to go out in the sun? (1)
C. ”The little toy dog is covered with dust
But sturdy and staunch he stands
The little toy soldier is red with rust. ”
(a) Name the poem and its poet. (1)
(b) Why was the toy dog covered with dust and the soldier red with rust? (1)
(c) How do you take care of the things that your parents buy for you? (1)
C2. Answer the following questions in brief: (2x5=10)
1. Why did King Hiero call the goldsmith and what did he give him?
2. How can the government make the world a wonderful place?
3. Write a character sketch of King Hiero. ( in 4 – 5 sentences)
4. What difference does the speaker observe, in what the leaders say and do?
5. How could the boy have been when he kissed and put the toys in their place? Which words in the poem tell you this?
D1. Make a poster on „Conservation of Electricity‟.
D2. Write an application to the Headmaster requesting him to grant you leave on account of your sister‟s marriage. Mention the date and place of the wedding. (10)
Read the passage carefully and tick the correct option for the questions that follow.
In the winter of 1994, Rajat‟s grandmother‟s health began to deteriorate.
Rajat would drive from Chandigarh to Shimla every few days to pay her a visit.He hated highway driving, finding it ugly and monotonous. He preferred to take meandering back roads to his grandmother‟s hospital. When he drove through the rocky towns of Solan, the beauty of the rough waters churning out of natural springs always captivated him.
Once, towards the end of such journey, he discovered a surprising bit of beauty. Along the median of the highway, there was a long stretch of wildflowers.
They were thin and delicate and purple, and swayed in the wind as if whispering poems to each other. The first time he saw the flowers, he was seized by an uncontrollable urge to pull over on the highway and pluck a bunch from the soil. He carried them into his grandmother‟s room when he arrived at the hospital and placed them in a water pitcher by her bed. For a moment his grandmother seemed more lucid than usual. She thanked Rajat for the flowers, commented on their beauty and asked where he had got them from. Rajat was overjoyed by the ability of the flowers to wake something up inside his ailing grandmother. Afterwards, Rajat began carrying scissors in the car during his trip to visit his grandmother. He would quickly jump out of the car and clip a bunch of flowers. Each time Rajat placed the flowers in the pitcher, his grandmother‟s eyes would light up and they would have a splendid conversation.
1) What did Rajat discover on his way to his grandmother‟s hospital?
a) A litter of puppies b) a stretch of flowers
c) a pot of gold d) a herd of cattle
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