CBSE Class 6 English Sample Paper Set Z

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A1. Read the passage carefully:

The landlord and his wife were up very early and were surprised to see the scientist’s door wide open. Usually it was shut and locked, and he was furious if anyone entered his room. The opportunity seemed too good to be missed. They peeped round the door, saw nobody and  ecided to investigate. The bed clothes were cold, showing that the scientist must have been up for some time and stranger still, the clothes and bandages that he always wore were lying about the room. All of a sudden Mrs. Hall heard a sniff close to her ear. A moment later the hat on the bed post leapt up and dashed itself into her face. Then the bedroom chair became alive. Springing into air it charged straight at her. As she and her husband turned away in terror, the extraordinary chair pushed them both out of the room and then appeared to slam and lock the door after them.

Choose the correct option:

1. Why were the landlord and his wife surprised?

a. the scientist’s door was closed b. the scientist’s door was wide open

c. the scientist was not in his room d. the scientist was sleeping

2. When the landlord and his wife entered into the scientist’s room, what did they decide?

a. to sleep b. to lock the room

c. to talk to him d. to investigate the room

3. What was the strange thing in the scientist’s room?

a. he was sleeping b. he was not in his room

c. the clothes he always wore were lying about the room d. the bed clothes were cold

4. Why did the writer call the chair ‘extraordinary’?

a. it had five legs b. it was made of gold

c. it was springing into the air d. it could talk

5. Which of the following word from the passage means ‘draw air audibly through nose’?

a. dashed b. leapt

c. furious d. sniff

A2. Read the passage carefully:

About three thousand years ago, there existed a famous city called Troy near the Mediterranean Sea. The city was rich and beautiful. The  eople of the city were called Trojans. The Trojans were known for their military skills and fighting abilities. Although it was a small city, the neighbouring kingdoms could not conquer it. The city was well fortified and was guarded by an efficient army. In the city there lived a young man whose name was Paris. He was fair and handsome. He once visited Sparta, the land of Greece. Sparta was ruled by king Menelaus. The king had one of the fairest maidens as his queen. Her name was Helen. She was one of the most beautiful women in the world. Menelaus was proud to be the husband of such a woman. But Paris and Helen fell in love. One day when King Menelaus was away on some business, they both fled from Greece and came to Troy.

Choose the correct option and write the answer:

1. Who were Trojans?

a. people living in Sparta b. people living in Troy

c. people living in Greece d. people living in Italy


2. Why did the neighbouring kingdoms of Troy not able to conquer it?

a. it was a very city b. it was near the Mediterranean Sea

c. it was well fortified d. because Paris lived there


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