CBSE Class 7 English Sample Paper Set 2

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English Sample Paper Class 7

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English Class 7 Sample Paper

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SECTION A

COMPREHENSION

I. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks)

Almost all creatures care for their young. Many animals play with their babies and show their love by touching and hugging them.1

Most animals clean, feed and protect their babies. Birds also ‘teach’ their young ones how to go about in the world as adults.2

A number of animals built home for their young. Tailorbirds and weaver birds, ants, wasps and bees are among nature’s master designers, engineers and architects. They weave, stitch and make different types of homes for their young using twigs, leaves, plant fibres, mud, saliva, wood and wax.3

Female elephants care the longest for their calves. After a baby is born it is closely guarded for months. The mother usually selects a full time baby-sitter from her group. This baby sitter helps in raising the calf properly. She walks with the young as the herd travels, helping the calf along if it falls or gets struck in the mud.4

While marching through the jungle, the calf is made to walk between the mother and baby-sitter.

Cubs of polar bears are born blind. When the cubs are born the whole family stays in the den. The mother breaks the entrance to the den when her cubs weigh about 10 to 15 kg. For about 12 to 15 days, the family spends time outside the den while remaining nearby. The mother grazes on vegetation while the cubs become used to walking and playing. Female polar bears are noted for their affection towards their offspring. 

The males of a number of species also help look after the young. The male salt water crocodile is known to care for its babies when ‘mama’ is out for a swim. At mealtimes, the chief gorilla keeps watch while the females and the youngsters feed. Later, while the leader eats, the older male cubs keep guard.

The animal world is full of examples of the close bond between parents and their young.

1. Choose the most suitable answer

This passage is about ____________________________

a) animals and their friends

b) how animals fight each other

c) the existence of a bond between animal parents and their young ones.

d) why animals have a close bond with their young ones.

2. Choose the most suitable answer

Like human parents, animals also ______________________

a) obey their parents

b) paint and draw

c) scold their young ones

d) care for their young

2. Animals show affection for their young ones by _______________

3. Which animals are called nature’s engineers, designers and architects? Why?

4. Give two examples where the young ones of animals are looked after by their fathers.

5. Which animal cares for its young till they are quite grown?

6. Why does an elephant calf walk between two adult females?

7. Why does a polar bear family remain near a den when the cubs are small?

8. How do we know that animals care for their young?

9. What is the role of the mother in raising the baby? Why is it important?


II. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (10 marks)

Two animals at Antoli village have attracted the attention of everyone including the wildlife activists.

Honorary wildlife warden Rohit Vyas, who has visited the village several times said, “A leopard has been visiting a cow at regular intervals since October last year. After the villagers told us about the frequent visits of the leopard to the sugarcane field, our team visited the village to verify the story.”

Vyas continued, “It was unbelievable, the leopard came close to the cow and the fearless cow licked the leopard on its head and neck.”

Giving further details, Vyas added, “The dogs bark non-stop every night between 9.30 p.m. and 10.30 p.m. when the leopard comes to meet the waiting cow.”

The Forest Department, which was trying to capture the beast, gave up its efforts after learning about the friendship.

Besides, the leopard didn’t harm other animals in the village. In fact, the residents welcome the big cat. This was because other animals that could damage the crops fear the predator, so they stay away from the village. For now, wildlife officials are leaving the cat alone. A leopard can sometime change its spots!.

1. Which two animals have attracted the attention of the wildlife activists? Why? (2)

2. Why did Rohit Vyas visit the village several times? (1)

3. a) Why did the cow lick the leopard’s head and neck? (1)

b) What does it show? (1)

c) Why did the leopard allow the cow to lick its head and neck? (1)

4. Why do you think the dogs barked non-stop? (1)

5. Why did forest department give up its effort of capturing the leopard? (1)

6. Did the villagers chase the leopard away? Give reasons for your answer

 

SECTION B - LITERATURE (25)

PART A

1. Ravanna was arrogant and proud. Do you think so? Give appropriate reasons.

2. Give two examples of the cruel nature of human beings from the lesson ‘Too Much Killing’. (2)

3. Should values such as kindness be taught in schools? Why? (2)

4. Mareecha did not want to be a part of Ravanna’s plan. Why? Explain giving two suitable reasons. (1.5)

5. What is the basic difference between hunting by human beings and hunting by animals? (1.5)

6. After reading the lesson, ‘Ravanna’ describe how you feel about Ravanna. Answer in about 40 words. (1.5)

7. Why couldn’t Mr. L teach his students to be kind? (1.5)


PART B

8. What kind of life did Perseus decide to choose after Pallas Athene came in his dream and why? (2)

9. Give an example each of Perseus’ courage and Andromeda’s selfless nature. (2)

10. Which characters in the play ‘The Three Japanese folk plays’ show foolishness? Give suitable examples. (2)

11. Polydectes was both cunning and cruel. Do you agree? Give suitable reasons to support your answer. (2)

12. Give two examples of greed from the play ‘The Three Japanese folk plays’. (2)


PART C (Answer any three)

13. How did the lady in the poem ‘Death of the Lady’ try to escape her death? (1)

14. Is ‘The Akond of Swat’ a mysterious character? Why? (1)

15. Do you think ‘Barbara Allen’ is a sad poem? Why? (1)

16. Do you think the soldier in the poem ‘Soldier, Soldier’ was dishonest? Why? (1)


SECTION C – GRAMMAR (23)


(a) Fill in the blanks using the first type of conditional. (1/2 X 8 = 4)

1. I will visit the zoo if I __________ time. (has)

2. If I have money, I ___________ a suitable present for you.(buy)

3. If I tell the truth, no one ____________ me. (believe)

4. If she arrives in time, we _____________ to the theatre. (go)

5. The match will be cancelled if ____________. (rain)

6. If you aren’t careful, you _______________ your dress. (spoil)

7. You ______________ ill if you starve. (fall)

8. If the weather ______________, we will go to the park. (good)

(b) Complete the following sentences using the first type of conditional:

1. If you aren’t healthy, _________________________

2. She will look very beautiful _____________________________

3. If I study hard, ___________________________

4. If you eat too much, ______________________________

5. I will go to the market _________________________________

6. My mother will scold me ____________________________________


3. Put the verbs given in brackets in the correct tense. (1/2 X 16 = 8)

(i) Son: What ________ (be) you _________ (do) mother?

Mother: Why are you late? I _________ (wait) for half an hour. I ___________ (make) some cookies for you.

Son: Ah, wonderful! I am hungry. I ________ (not eat) anything for four hours.

(ii) Rajesh _______________ (sleep) for an hour now. I ______________ (ask) him to get up since then but he has hardly paid attention to my request. Now, I __________ (frustrate) and ______________ (decide) to go alone.

(iii) The match __________ (start) when we ______________ (reach) the stadium. I was tired as we ___________ (wait) there for my friend to arrive with the passes for the match.

(iv) Ashok ___________(finish) his assignment soon. By this time next year he __________ (take) his university degree. He and his family ___________ (go) to spend this one year in anticipation. His parents are sure that he _____________ (go) to succeed.

4. Fill in the following blanks using since/for wherever suitable:

a) He has been living here _____________ 1950.

b) I haven’t worn this dress ______________ two years.

c) He hasn’t been here ___________ months.

d) I have been waiting for my friend’s call ____________ yesterday morning.


SECTION – D (COMPOSITION)

Write a paragraph of about 20 lines on any one of the following topics:

• Write the points neatly before you write the paragraph.

• The paragraph must be indented or it will be marked zero.

• Be original and creative.

1) Write a story beginning with ‘I opened my window and saw a sight that ........’

2) An animal that I want to be ............

3) My encounter with a tiger

4) The best adventure I have ever had

5) The day I felt sorry for my friend


SECTION – E (SUPPLEMENTARY TEST- OLIVER TWIST)


Answer ANY EIGHT of the following questions:

1. What plan did the boys of the workhouse make in order to have more food?

2. What did Charlotte give Oliver to eat at Mr. Sowerberry’s house? Did he eat that food?

3. How was Oliver awakened in the morning at Mr. Sowerberry’s house?

4. Name the stranger who helped Oliver on his way to London? How did the stranger help him?

5. Why was Fagin angry with Dodger and Charley?

6. How did the bookstall owner help Oliver when he was arrested?

7. Why did Fagin take Oliver to Bill Sikes’ house?

8. Why did Oliver fight with Noah? What punishment did Mr. Bumble give to Oliver after the fight?

9. What important information did Mr. Bumble give to Mr. Brownlow about Oliver? Why did Mr. Bumble give the information?

10. Why did Mr. Grinwig think that Oliver would not return from the market?

 

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