CBSE Class 7 English Sample Paper Set D

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English Sample Paper Class 7

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English Class 7 Sample Paper

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I. Read the passage carefully and answer the questions below.

The newest con Game played on the Internet by hackers is called „phishing‟. The term is derived from „fishing‟ trying to obtain personal information from web users via spam email. You receive an e-mail message that seems to come from your bank or credit card company, with the correct logo and look. The message contains a link to a website, which resembles the company‟s website closely. The message usually informs you that someone has tried to hack into your account, or that there is an error in the balance or that you have no money in your account. The message then asks you to confirm your credit card number, your password, your account number and other vital information, so that things can be „set right‟. Once you part with the information, it takes the scamster no time at all to steal your identity. Phishing is now a wide spread phenomenon and earn its perpetrators millions of dollars. The only way to avoid it is to be very careful when parting with personal information online and checking to make sure that the message is from an authentic source.

1. By the expression „con game‟ the author means

(a) Tricks online cheats play on people. (b) An internet game

(c) A game of exchanging personal information (d) A hacking game

2. „phishing‟ is a term that is used for

(a) A new game (b) A way of cheating people online

(c) A type of computer software (d) Online fishing

3. Once the personal information is given

(a) Things are set right (b) Everything goes wrong

(c) Your identity is stolen (d) Money is sent to your account

4. The logo used by the hackers

(a) Is genuine (b) Is a copy

(c) Closely resembles the original (d) Is different from the original

5. The word „authentic‟ means

(a) Close (b) Genuine (c) Common (d) Known

6. Phishing is done to

(a) Earn fame (b) Win game (c) Earn money (d) Get big fish

II. Choose the correct option.

7. He ___________ in Delhi.

(a) living (b) lives (c) live (d) has lived

8. He _________ his work when I reached home.

(a) has finished (b) had finished (c) finished (d) will have finished

9. Recently his father __________ to Chandigarh.

(a) shifted (b) had shifted (c) has shifted (d) will be shifted

10. If we _________ our program without informing others, they may object to it.

(a) Altar (b) alter

11. Hussain made a painting on a huge __________

(a) Canvas (b) canvass

12. Her fear for fire is the result of the ____________ in which she lost her son.

(a) Incident (b) incidence

13. I got some good ________ from the vet about dealing with our dog‟s habit of chasing cars.

(a) advise (b) advice

14. Rachna is the ___________________ child in the entire school.

(a) More well-behaved (b) well-behaved

(c) most well-behaved (d) much more well-behaved

15. How ___________ sweets can you eat at a time?

(a) Many (b) much (c) more (d) most

16. I can sing __________ than my brother.

(a) better (b) good (c) best (d) more better

17. You have to complete your syllabus within _______ days that are left.

(a) few (b) a few (c) the few (d) the little

18. Why was the king ready to wage war?

(a) He swore by his own wisdom (b) he swore by own kingdom

(c) he believed in pundits (d) he believed in his own strength

19. Anne frank was a …

(a) Jewish girl (b) Irish girl (c) Nazi girl (d) Turkish girl

20. How does the poet know that his horse is surprised?

(a) The horse himself told this. (b) The horse gave his harness bells a shake.

(c) The horse denied refused to stop. (d) The horse was not surprised.


Note: All the answers should be done on the Answer Sheet.

I. Read the passage carefully and answer the questions below.

„Christmas won‟t be Christmas without any presents‟, grumbled Jo, lying on the rug.

„It‟s so dreadful to be poor!‟ sighed Meg, looking down at her old dress.

„I don‟t think it‟s fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all,‟ added little Amy, with an injured sniff.

„We‟ve got father and mother, and each other, ‟said Beth contentedly from her corner.

The four young faces on which the firelight shone brightened at the cheerful words, but darkened again as Jo said sadly,‟ We haven‟t got father, and shall not have him for a long time.‟ She didn‟t say, “perhaps never”, but each silently added it, thinking of father far away, where the fighting was.

Nobody spoke for a minute; then Meg said in an altered tone, „You know the reason Mother proposed not having any presents this Christmas was because it is going to be a hard winter for everyone; and she thinks we ought not to spend money for pleasure, when our men are suffering in the army. We can‟t do much, but we can make our little sacrifices, and ought to do it gladly. But I am afraid, “I don‟t” and Meg shook her head, as she thought regretfully of all the pretty things she wanted.

„But I don‟t think the little we should spend would do any good. We‟ve each got a dollar, and the army wouldn‟t be much helped by our giving that. I agree not to expect anything from mother or you, but I do want to buy UNDINE AND SINTRAM for myself. I‟ve wanted it so long,‟ said Jo, who was a bookworm.

„I planned to spend mine in new music,‟ said Beth, with a little sigh, which no one heard but the hearth brush and kettle holder.

„I shall get a nice box of Faber‟s drawing pencils. I really need them,‟ said Amy decidedly.

(from Little Women by Louisa May Alcott) (8)

1. Why did the girls not have any presents for Christmas? (1)

2. Who is the one who doesn‟t complain? What does she say? (1)

3. What are the hobbies of Jo, Beth and Amy? How can you say? (2)

4. How do you think the girls are related? What makes you think so? (1)

5. Pick out the synonyms of the following words form the passage. (3)

a. Complained b. Happily c. Disappointedly

B1. Each sentence contains an error related to comparisons. Rewrite them in the correct form:

(a) She chose the best of the two options available.

(b) Pallavi is the cleverest of the two sisters.

(c) Robert was in the USA for five years but he did not have much friends.

(d) Switzerland is more beautiful country in the world.

B2. Fill in the blanks with the suitable adjective from the bracket. (2)

(a) My mother brought __________ rice while coming from the bazaar.(little, a little, the little

(b) He did not have ____________ hope when he contested in the Election. ( some/any/few)

(c) Kolkata is ____________ from the equator than Colombo. (farther, further)

(d) How is your ___________ brother? (older, elder)

B3. Fill in the blanks with the correct tense of the verb given in the brackets for each blank. (4)

A bus driver was (a) ______________ (crush) to death by a speeding truck near Rampur Depot

on Saturday night. The police (b) ___________ (say) that the incident (c) _________ (take)

place around 8 p.m., when the victim (d) ____________ ( stand ) near his bus. A

speeding truck (e) _____________ (pass) that way. The driver (f) ____________ (lose)

control over the vehicle. He (g) _________ (be) drunk, but somehow he (g) __________

(manage) to run away from the spot.

B4. Rewrite these sentences using the tenses indicated in the brackets: (4)

(a) It was very hot here in summer. ( simple future)

(b) Sapna was the favourite of her teachers. (simple present)

(c) Hari has taken his lunch. (past perfect )

(d) They will be waiting for the guests. (present continuous)

B5. Punctuate the following passage appropriately. (2)

at last the cart stopped at a house near rome where the hamper was taken out carried in and set down the cook gave the carrier sixpence

C1 . Answer the following questions. (2x6= 12)

1. Why did the dewan agree to take the shepherd to the king?

2. Where is the poet stopping? Why does the poet decide to stop there?

3. What impression do you get about Anne‟s relation with her mother after reading the first entry?

4. Which proverb does Anne mention? What do you think it means?

5. Who do you think is the most intelligent in the story „The Mind Reader and why?

6. Give one example of imagery and alliteration each from the poem.

“Stopping by the woods on a snowy evening.”

C2. Answer the following questions with reference to the context:

1. „but I have promises to keep…..‟

(a) What is the idea expressed by the poet in these lines? (2)

(b) Why do you think the poet repeats the last line? (1)

2. Hours later, on the way home, the dewan stopped by at the shepherd„s hut….

(a) Why did the dewan stop by at the house of the Shepherd? (1)

(b) How did the shepherd interpret his meeting with the king? (2)

3. „I don‟t care what you say. Why don‟t you just wash your hands of me- I‟m a hopeless case‟

(a) Who said these words to whom? (1)

(b) Why does the speaker think so? (1)

(c) Is the speaker correct in making this statement. (1)

D1. Write a letter to the Principal, requesting him to allow you to arrange a party on the occasion of Christmas. (10)

D2. Write a paragraph beginning with,” I wish I could explain myself………..” (100 words) (5)


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