CBSE Class 7 English Sample Paper Set N

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 SECTION-A : READING

1. Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow :

The Future

What does the future hold for us?

Smog-filled skies and poison cars

And broken land with useless dust

And Nature's beauty behind bars.

Can i walk into a forest

And surround myself with trees

Yet know that it will remain

For me to visit as I please?

Can I sit upon the seashore

And breathe in salty air,

Or will it be so dirty 

That it is unsafe to be there?

I know that I can today Do

all the things I've side But

when today is yesterday

Will all these things be dead?

This problem is enormous

As we gradually take heed.

So we must fix it quickly,

Using words and thoughts and deeds.

If we save what's there before us

So it'll be there when we go

Then we'll leave a gift more precious

Than our kids will ever know.

 

1.1 Complete the summary of the poem by write the missing the missing word in the given blank. (l6x112=8)

According to the poet the future carries (a) skies,(b) land and cars that

cause (c) . He wishes to walk amidst (d) in the (e) or (f)

by the seashore and (g) salty air. But he fears that all that will be (h)

one day. It is an (i) problem that must b(J) immediately through

our (k) , (I) and (m) . If we (n) What we have today, we

will leave a (o) gift for our (p) generation.

2. :Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :

1. Bismillah Khan, who was widely known for this secular outlook was born in 1916. He spent his childhood in the holy city of Varanasi, on the banks of the Ganga. As a teenager, he was highly influenced by his uncle who was the official shehnai player in the famous Vishwanath temple. Bismillah too became interested in playing the shehnai.

2. His greatest moment came, when India gained Independence on 15 August 1947 and he became the first Indian to greet the nation with his shehnai. He played to an audience, which included Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru. The maestro again came into the limelight when he performed Rage Kati from Red Fort on India's first Republic Day ceremony.

3. Bismillah Khan, a devout Muslim, played the shehnia every morning at the Kashi Vishwanath temple with the same piety with which he read his namaz. There was nothing more satisfying for him than playing on the banks of the Ganga. Bismillah had on ce said, "Music transcendsbarriers, more so that of religion :·in fact, music is religion in itself, it. Binds people-and so does the Ganga.

4. Bismillah Khan passed away on 21 August 2006 at the age of ninety. Read what some of the British newspapers wrote about him. The Daily Telegraph wrote:' Although the instrument is traditionally played at Indian weddings, Bismillah was able to extract ·

music of such classical purity that his compositions came to represent 'the sound of India'. He had always been a devotee of Saraswati, the Goddess of Learning. Calling Bismillab Khan a 'living symbol of Muslim-Hindu reconciliation'.The Tzmes noted that his mastery over the shehnai made him a national hero. It wrote :'A pious Muslim who lived almost all his life in the. holy Hindu city ofVaranasi,playing shehnai in a temple by the river Ganga, he came to symbolize Hindu-Muslim unity in India. Bimillah Khan was strongly of the view that music needed to be propagated in society. " If music were to be incorporated in the daily curriculum, I can assure you that children would grow up to be better. and healthier human beings."

2.1 Answer the following questions : (6xi = 6 Marks)

(a) Who was Bismillah Khan?

(b) Which event was a moment of great pride for him?

(c) Who was Bismillah Khan's uncle?

(d) Why is music compared to religion in the passage?

(e) According to "The Times", what did Bismillah Khan symbolize?

(f) How can music help the children of today?

2.2 Find words from the text which mean the same ·as the following :

(a) rises above or goes beyond (para 3)

(b) deeply religious (para 4)


SECTION-B :WRITING

3. Students today are found to prefer unhealthy fast food to healthy home-cooked meals.As secretary of the Health and Gourmet Club, design an attractive poster for the students of your school to highlight the benefits of healthy food and the harmful effects of Junk food.

Also create a catchy slogan for your poster. (5 marks)

4. Read the information given below and write a bio-sketch of the great scientist, Sir Isaac Newton in about 120 words. (6 marks)

Brith : in 1642 on Christmas day

Place of birth : a small village of Woolsthrope, Lincolnshire 

Parents : Father died, other remarried a clergyman

Education :studied physics and mathematics at Trinity College, Cambridge University

Contribution to science : Laws of motion and the law of universal gravitation

Death : 20th March 1726

Sir lsaac Newton was(a) in a(b) .After

his father's (c) .Newton studied (d)-------

His marvelous contribution (e) . He (f)

5. Write a factual description of a mobile phone in 120-150 words using the following points:

Communication tool-easily portable-wide coverage area-convenient-wireless phone system-innumerable features-voice and text message service. Picture messaging, video games, internet, data transfer-consists of a key pad or touch screen to enter data-allows user to make and receive phone calls from any place-rechargeable battery provides power source.

6. In spite of being the residents of the capital city, the Delhites face a number of problems.As a responsible citizen, write a letter to the Editor of The Indian Express, New Dew Delhi, on the issues mentioned below, in 150-170 words. Your letter should also include suggestions to sort out these problems. You are Sameer Vats, a resident of Villa #302 A-Civil Lines, New Delhi. (7 marks)

• traffic jam at peak hours

• overcrowded and unsafe public transport

• people disobeying traffic rules-a common sight

• poor people of roads-specially during rainy season.


SECTION C : GRAMMAR

7. Rearrange the words to form meaningful sentences :

(a) the/ must/ postman/ be/ that.

(b) the/ reward/ them/ for/ a/ him/ gavel timely/ police/ informing

(c) will/ to/ money/ he/ her/ not/ the

8. Rewrite the following sentences in Passive Voice :

(a) The teacher will tell us a good story.

(b) Who left the door open?

(c) Keep the glass on the table.

(d) They were serving lunch to· the guests that evening.

9. Fill in the blanks by using appropriate infinitives :

(a) The children wished in the park.

(b) The school has decided the Tsunami v1ctims.

(c) Marie has promised _ us next year.

10. Complete the defining relative clause to form meaningful sentences :

(a) The girl is wearing red, is my sister.

(b) The flowers grow in my garden invigorate me.

(c) That is the house owner has left the town.

(d) Is this book you misplaced yesterday?

11. Rewrite of the following sentences using 'so............... that'

(a) The bu_s was crowded. I had to stand all the way home.

(b) My father was pleased with my performance. He gifted me an elegant watch.


SECTION-D : LITERATURE

12. Read the given extract and answer the questions that follow :

(a) 'The drinks came. stranger drank his very quickly. Mr.Pickwick was very thankful.

He began to talk to the stranger and ask him some questions. Before the stranger could answer, someone shouted that the coach for Rochester was about to leave.'

(i) Name the story and original writer. (l)

(ii) Who was the stranger? 'Why did he have his drink very quickly? (2)

(iii) Do you think Mr.Pic_}(wick should have been thankful to the stranger? Give reasons.

13. 'Then round, and round, and out and in All day the puzzled sage did spin;

In vain it mattered not a pin,-

The pigtail hung behind him.

(i) Name the poet of this poem.

(ii) Why was the sage puzzled?

(iii) Explain the word 'in vain" the above extract?

(iv) What effort did the sage make to fulfill his wish? 

14. Answer the following questions in 30-40 words :

(i) Do you think the situation of the elder sister was similar to life of the cherriesdepicted in the story "The Cherry Trees"?Support you answer with reasons. (3)

(ii) Why is a visit to the dentist both a physical and a mental torture for the speaker of the·poem? (3 marks)

(iii) Mention three qualities of trees that have been praised by the poet in the poem 'Trees Are Great'. (3 marks)

15. Imagine yourself to be Tom. Write. a diary in not more than 120 words narrating your experience at school after Aunt Polly pulled out the loose tooth.

 

 

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