CBSE Class 7 English Sample Paper Set F

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READ THE PASSAGE GIVEN BELOW AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW:

A man owed one lakh rupees to a friend of his. But he was a dishonest person and did not want to pay back. So, he forged a receipt and hired fifteen witnesses to prove that he had paid back the money. His friend was forced to file a suit against him. Fearing that he might lose the case, the man sent five thousand rupees to the judge as bribe. When the case came up for hearing, the judge said to him, “You have brought fifteen witnesses to prove that you are speaking the truth. “ Then he took out a bundle of five thousand rupees from his pocket and added, “But you have sent me five thousand witnesses to prove that you are lying. Now there is no doubt that you have not paid the money back.“ The dishonest fellow had not only to pay the money back but was also punished for his dishonesty.

A1. Why did the man forge a receipt? 

A2. Why did his friend file a suit against him? 

A3. What proved to the judge that the man was guilty? 

A4. Find a word from the passage which means the same as: 

i. to pay someone to act in one’s favour :___________

ii. listening to evidence in the court:_______

SECTION B : GRAMMAR

B1. IDENTIFY THE VOICE. 

i. You are expected to do it on your own.

ii. Miss Verma will give you the details.

B2. CHANGE THE VOICE. 

i. The members are discussing the problem.

ii. Let this job be handled by him.

B3. FILL UP WITH THE GIVEN VERB IN ACTIVE/ PASSIVE FORM IN SIMPLE PAST TENSE. 

i. The announcement _______ everyone happy.

ii. The announcement _____________ by the Principal. (MAKE)

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