CBSE Class 6 English Sample Paper Set Y

CBSE Class 6 English Sample Paper Set Y. Sample Papers are the very important for every student. The sample papers should be practiced to gain extra marks in examinations. The sample papers have been prepared based on summative assessment1 and summative assessment 2 pattern. The sample papers have been prepared based on pattern of last year examinations and as per latest changes in the syllabus. Students, teachers and parents can download all CBSE educational material and very well prepared worksheets from this website.  All CBSE educational material is developed by our panel of teachers, have also been submitted by CBSE teachers and students. 

QA1: Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow 5

We sat for sometime in deep silence .Soon after, we heard footsteps at the entrance of the cave; and immediately our jailor entered. We were so much accustomed to his regular visits, however, that we paid little attention to him, expecting that he would set down our meagre fare as usual and depart. But to our surprise, instead of doing so, he advanced towards us with a knife in his hands, and going up to Jack. He cut the thongs that bound Jack’s wrists.

Then he did the same to Peter and me. For fully five minutes we stood in speechless amazement with our free hands hanging idly by our sides.

A) Where were the author and his friends imprisoned?

1) rocks 2) jail 3) room 4) cave

B) Why did they pay little attention to the policeman’s visits?

1) They were accustomed to his regular visits.

2) They were accustomed to his irregular visits.

3) They were unaccustomed to rare visits.

4) They were accustomed to each other.

C) What did the visitor carry with him?

1) a rope 2) an axe 3) a knife 4) a pistol

D ) What unexpected action did he show?

1) he hugged them 2) he ate food with them

3) he tied them 4) he cut the thongs

E) The word ‘thong’ means

1) narrow strip of leather 2) narrow strip of wool

3) narrow strip of cloth 4) narrrow strip of canvas

QA2: Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow 5

The air that we breathe today is more polluted than it was before. More factories, more vehicles ,greater use of aerosols and sprays,  creasing number of refrigerators and air-conditioners that release CFC gases , have all. When certain chemicals from the smoke and fumes rise up into the air , they mix with the water vapour in the clouds and make it acidic. When rain or snow falls from such polluted clouds, it is also acidic in nature. This acidic rain falls on the leaves of the trees , on the fertile soil and also runs into lakes and rivers. The effects of this rain are disastrous. Trees slowly lose their leaves and die. Fertile soil slowly becomes acidic and damages the crops and plants. The fish and animals living in the seas and lakes are killed. Even our drinking water can be affected. Many forests all over the world have suffered severe damage on account

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