Sample Paper for Class 7 English Pdf
Students can refer to the below Class 7 English Sample Paper designed to help students understand the pattern of questions that will be asked in Grade 7 exams. Please download CBSE Class 7 English Sample Paper Set 6
English Class 7 Sample Paper
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SECTION A (READING)
1. Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions that follow –
Education, particularly higher education is the obvious but crucially, important instrument for nation building As Confucius has said ;
If you are thinking of one year, plant rice,
If you are thinking of a decade, plant trees
If you are thinking of a century, educate the people.
When we set about the task of higher education, we should be absolutely clear in our perception of the goals of education in the specific context of our nation’s development, No doubt, one of the important aims of education would be to create the required range and nature of trained manpower assessed to be needed by different sector of national growth. The entire educational apparatus must be geared rogressively to fulfill the requirement of different phases of our growth in every sector - primary. Secondary and tertiary. The aim must be to ensure that our country does not experience, Either paucity or a surfeit to trained in a power in any specific segment of our economy. The requirement of our country as a free, democratic, secular, socialist nation aspiring for rapid development entail a specific recipe for our educational institutions. Today’s educational institutions must therefore be developed accordingly and must regulate themselves to give the country the precise nature and quantum of trained manpower as projected by the requirements of our planned economy.
1. The title below which expresses ideas of this passage best is :
A. Manpower planning in India.
B. Importance of higher Education .
C. Demands of higher education
D. Role of Higher Education in India.
E. None of these.
2. This passage is likely to be addressed to –
A. Politicians only
B. Scientists only
C. Students only
D. Economists only
E. cannot be said,
3. The author’s expectations from higher education are essentially,
(a) Unrealistic (b) Confusing (c) Critical (d) vague
4. The author has quoted thoughts of Confucius to stress : -
(A) Importance of planting trees for human beings.
(B) The worthless efforts is planting rice.
(C) The benefits of investing in education.
(D) The need for assessing manpower requirement
(E) None of these
2. Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions that follow -
GATEWAY TO THE PAST
Located off the Saket-Sheikh Sarai road almost totally hidden, because it is built in a sligh depression, there stands one of the most unique examples of the architecture of the Sultanate period. The Khirkec Mosque is one of the seven mosques in Delhi that were built by Jomann Shah, also known as Khan-e-Jahan, the Wazir of Firoze Tughlaq.
Shah also built the Kalan Masjid-which is now inside the Walled City- the Begumpur Masjid and the Kalu Sarai Masjid.
The Khirkee Mosque is unique in its square design. Two long arched corridors divide the Mosque into four blocks. Previously, each section had a central dome. And the entire Mosque was roofed over, with just four large square openings to let all that light stream in.
The top of Mosque presents a most fascinating sight, three large domes-there were four in the original design-and a large number of smaller domes clustered together creating strange designs of light and shade.
Local peasants had taken over the mosque much before 1857. On my first visit to this unique structure, which deserves to be on world heritage list, I saw the blue ASI board outside and inside; there were a few smack addicts, sundry vagabonds, donkeys and some unfriendly dogs.
Things have improved a bit since then. You will now meet three card playing ASI employees from sunrise to sundown every day except Monday.
2.1 Now answer these questions -
(a) Describe the unique design of Khirkee mosque in your own words.
(b) What is the reason for the author's distress about the maintenance of the mosque ?
(c) What period of history is represented by the Khirkee mosque?
2.2 Find words in the passage which mean the same as given under –
(a) concealed (b) whole (c) some
4.“ Write an article on the topic ‘Global Warming’. (Word Limit : 150 words) (6 Marks)
5. Write a speech to be delivered in the morning assembly of your school on the topic ‘ Need of Discipline in Student Life’ (Word Limit: 150 words) (6 Marks)
6. Write a letter to your elder sister telling her about your studies. And understand the need of a good company. (Word Limit: 100 words) (6 Marks)
SECTION - C (GRAMMAR) (30 Marks)
7. Supply suitable Modals –
(a) One __________ not lie.
(b) Their bike has broken down, they _________ call a mechanic.
(c) The students ____________come to school in uniform.
(d) _________ you shut the door please ?
8. Report the following questions : - (Use if/whether or why, as appropriate)
a) Have you met my sister ?
i. She asked _____ (Use you and her)
b) Do you want a drink ?
i. He asked _______ (use you)
c) Why didn’t you study for the Unit test ?
i. She asked __________ (use he)
d) Can you help me with my home work this evening ?
i. He asked ________ (use she)
9. Find the errors & replace them with correct words -
(a) I have been living in this hostel since three years now.
(b) She had being jogging in the park for over an hour.
(c) Rohit had been worked as a Manager before he left the office.
(d) Rajat had been meditating for more than three hours now.
10. Supply suitable Linkers.
(a) Neeta _______Geeta are good friends.
(b) What would you prefer tea _____ coffee ?
(c) She is beautiful _______ intelligent girl.
SECTION - D (LITERATURE) (18 Marks)
1 1. Read the following extract & answer the questions that follow – (3 Marks)
Every one that flatters thee,
Is no friend in misery.
Words are easy, like the wind,
Faithful friends are hard to find.
(a) Name the poem & the poet.
(b) Explain the third line of the extract.
(c) What is the figure of speech in line 4 ?
12. Read the following extract & answer the questions - (3 Marks)
‘The spider turned him round about. & went into his den,
For well he knew the silly fly would soon be back again:
He wove a subtle web. in little corner sly,
And set his table ready to dine upon the fly.
(a) Why did the speaker turn back into his den ?
(b) How did he know that the fly would soon be back ?
(c) Is he able to dine upon the fly ? How ?
13.What was the effect of bad weather on the Trishna ? ( Word limit 40 words) (3 Marks)
14.List out the instructions which Alien gave to Gopa to be disciplined. (Any 4 points) (3 Marks)
15.Why was Ram singh Arrested ? Why was he summoned to the court ? (3 Marks)
16.As Gopa, write a diary entry about your having met an alien. (Word Limit: 80 words) (3 Marks)
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