CBSE Class 7 English - Revision (4)

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CBSE Class 7 English - Revision (4)

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1. Bro tiger Goes Dead

2. Tiger(poem)

Answer the following extracts:

1. “He tell his wife she should begin to bawl.”

a. Who is the speaker?

b. Whom does ‘she’ refer to?

c. Why did the speaker say so?

2. “Tacooma shakes his head, No,no. Heard nothing at all.”

a. Who was Tacooma?

b. When did Tacooma say so?

c. Name the author .

3. “Before death came on ,did Tiger call the name of the lord? Did he whimper?”

a. Who said this?

b. Give the meaning of the word ‘whimper’.

c. Name the lesson.

4. “What kind of a man is Tiger?Doesn’t he know that no good man can meet his Blessed Lord sudden-sudden and not shudder and cry out?”

a. Who is the speaker?

b. Why did the speaker say so?

c. Write the meaning of the word ‘shudder’.

5. “He should be lurking in shadow.”

a. Whom does ‘he ’ refer to?

b. Write the meaning of the word ‘lurking’.

c. Why did the poet say so?

6. “But he’s locked in a concrete cell , His strength behind bars.”

a. Whom does ‘he’ refer to?

b. Where was the tiger locked?

c. Why did the poet say ‘his strength behind bars’?

7. “He stalks in his vivid stripes ”

a. Whom does ‘he’ refer to?

b. Give the meaning of the word ‘vivid’.

c. Name the poet and the poem.


1. Write the summary of the poem “Tiger”.

2. Write the character sketches of Anancy and Bro Tiger.

3. Imagine yourself as Anancy and write about what would you do to expose Bro Tigers plan to all the other animals?

4. Compare and contrast the life of a caged tiger and wild tiger .


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