CBSE Class 7 English Unseen Passage M

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CBSE Class 7 English Unseen Passage M. Students should do unseen passages for Class 7 English which will help them to get better marks in English class tests and exams. Unseen passages are really scoring and practicing them on regular basis will be very useful. Refer to the unseen passage below with answers.

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Man is made up of many qualities, both good and bad, and among the latter is anger. The nature of every human being is such that anything that hurts his sentiments, or goes against his principles, excites his anger. The evils which result from anger are many.

Under its influence a man loses his power of reasoning and judgement. Not being able to keep control over himself when angry, he does not know what he is doing or saying. Under its influence a man so much puts off his balance that he forgets his duty towards his superiors and may even go to the extent of saying things which are extremely insulting to them.

When anger gets the better of man, he is capable of committing the worst crimes and there is nothing to be surprised if under its evil influence he commits murder.

Answer the Following Questions:-

1.What is man made up of?
2.What excites man's anger?
3.How does anger affect man?
4.What can a man do to his superiors under the influence of anger?
5.Which line of the passage shows that 'anger is the mother of evils’?
6.Find out from the passage the word which means 'the strong feeling that you have when something has appened that you do not like’.
7.Pick out from the passage the word which is opposite of inferiors’.

Suggested answers of the above passage: -

1.Man is made up of many qualities, both good and bad.
2.Anything that hurts a man's sentiments or goes against his principles, excites his anger
3.Under the influence of anger a man loses his power of reasoning and judgement.
4.He can forget his duty towards his superiors and be insulting to them.
5.The evils which result from anger are many." This line of the passage shows that 'anger is the mother of evils.
6.Anger
7.Superiors

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