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Section – A (Comprehension) 
I. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow:                                                   
(12 marks)  
 
1. Krishna was born into a family of five, consisting of his parents and three siblings. Early in life, 
he started helping his father in his work. The limitation of food and clothes was a part and parcel of 
his life. He was not ashamed of being poor. Instead, he was very proud of his parents who worked 
day and night to feed the family. His only sorrow was his illiteracy. He couldn’t read or write. It 
pained him to see other children in the neighbourhood sitting around their homes happily laughing 
at colourful storybooks and writing down stories for their teachers. He felt sad looking at the neatly 
dressed school-going children. He promised himself that he would educate himself and free his 
family of poverty. In the hope of gaining some Knowledge, he used to go to a nearby school and sit 
outside listening to the teachers .He followed classes in English and Maths and especially enjoyed 
the story-telling classes that always seemed to take place on Friday afternoons. He was often asked 
to leave the school grounds. However, this did not discourage him. It made him want to get more 
educated. 
2. One day, while walking near a railway line surrounded by hills, he noticed a landslide about to 
occur. Although he had never been to school, he had learned about how dangerous landslides were 
from listening to stories told by his grandfather. He ran as fast as he could along the railway line to 
save himself. Unfortunately, his foot got trapped in the railway track and he fell, hurting his knee. 
He started moving towards home with his painful bleeding knee. He thanked God for saving his 
life from the landslide. 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question asks you to quote from the passage. 
 
1. How many members were there in Krishna’s family?                                                     (1) 
2. What was a part and parcel of his life?               (1) 
3. What was his only sorrow?                 (1) 
4. What promise did he make to himself?              (1.5) 
5. How did he gain some knowledge?               (1.5) 
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Section – A (Comprehension) 
I. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow:                                                   
(12 marks)  
 
1. Krishna was born into a family of five, consisting of his parents and three siblings. Early in life, 
he started helping his father in his work. The limitation of food and clothes was a part and parcel of 
his life. He was not ashamed of being poor. Instead, he was very proud of his parents who worked 
day and night to feed the family. His only sorrow was his illiteracy. He couldn’t read or write. It 
pained him to see other children in the neighbourhood sitting around their homes happily laughing 
at colourful storybooks and writing down stories for their teachers. He felt sad looking at the neatly 
dressed school-going children. He promised himself that he would educate himself and free his 
family of poverty. In the hope of gaining some Knowledge, he used to go to a nearby school and sit 
outside listening to the teachers .He followed classes in English and Maths and especially enjoyed 
the story-telling classes that always seemed to take place on Friday afternoons. He was often asked 
to leave the school grounds. However, this did not discourage him. It made him want to get more 
educated. 
2. One day, while walking near a railway line surrounded by hills, he noticed a landslide about to 
occur. Although he had never been to school, he had learned about how dangerous landslides were 
from listening to stories told by his grandfather. He ran as fast as he could along the railway line to 
save himself. Unfortunately, his foot got trapped in the railway track and he fell, hurting his knee. 
He started moving towards home with his painful bleeding knee. He thanked God for saving his 
life from the landslide. 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question asks you to quote from the passage. 
 
1. How many members were there in Krishna’s family?                                                     (1) 
2. What was a part and parcel of his life?               (1) 
3. What was his only sorrow?                 (1) 
4. What promise did he make to himself?              (1.5) 
5. How did he gain some knowledge?               (1.5) 
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6. Which classes did he enjoy the most?        (1) 
7. What did he notice while walking near a railway line?      (1) 
8. Why did he run along the railway line? How did his knee get hurt?    (2) 
9. Why did he thank God?                   (1) 
10. Find the words that mean the same as the following from the above mentioned passage:    (1) 
 I) sadness (para-1) 
ii) unluckily (para-2) 
 
II. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow:     (10 marks) 
 
1. Two friends decided to loot a person who was known in the town for his honesty. They went 
to him and said that they were going to another town on business. Before leaving they 
wanted to keep their savings with him as they could not trust anyone else in the town. The 
honest man agreed to keep the money until they came back. They gave him ten thousand 
rupees and told him that he should return the money when both of them came back. 
2. After a month one of the boys went to the honest man and told him that his friend had died 
in an accident while they were coming back to the town. He cried for some time and said 
that since his dear friend was no more, he would leave the town forever. He asked the honest 
man for the money they had given him to keep. The man returned the money to him. 
3. After a few days, the second friend went to the honest man and asked for the money. The 
honest man was shocked to see him alive and told him that his friend had taken the money 
saying that he was dead. Hearing this, the boy blamed the honest man of dishonesty and took 
him to the mayor. The mayor heard both the sides and understood what the matter was. He 
told the boy that as per the condition the honest man should return the money only when 
both the friends were present. Now since one of them was absent the honest man should not 
return the money. The mayor asked him to bring his friend and take the money. The boy 
realized that their plan had failed and left the place silently. 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question asks you to quote from the passage: 
1. What did the two friends decide to do?                               (1) 
2. Why did the two friends keep their savings with the honest man?                                         (1)                          
3. How much money did they give him?                      (1) 
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Section – A (Comprehension) 
I. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow:                                                   
(12 marks)  
 
1. Krishna was born into a family of five, consisting of his parents and three siblings. Early in life, 
he started helping his father in his work. The limitation of food and clothes was a part and parcel of 
his life. He was not ashamed of being poor. Instead, he was very proud of his parents who worked 
day and night to feed the family. His only sorrow was his illiteracy. He couldn’t read or write. It 
pained him to see other children in the neighbourhood sitting around their homes happily laughing 
at colourful storybooks and writing down stories for their teachers. He felt sad looking at the neatly 
dressed school-going children. He promised himself that he would educate himself and free his 
family of poverty. In the hope of gaining some Knowledge, he used to go to a nearby school and sit 
outside listening to the teachers .He followed classes in English and Maths and especially enjoyed 
the story-telling classes that always seemed to take place on Friday afternoons. He was often asked 
to leave the school grounds. However, this did not discourage him. It made him want to get more 
educated. 
2. One day, while walking near a railway line surrounded by hills, he noticed a landslide about to 
occur. Although he had never been to school, he had learned about how dangerous landslides were 
from listening to stories told by his grandfather. He ran as fast as he could along the railway line to 
save himself. Unfortunately, his foot got trapped in the railway track and he fell, hurting his knee. 
He started moving towards home with his painful bleeding knee. He thanked God for saving his 
life from the landslide. 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question asks you to quote from the passage. 
 
1. How many members were there in Krishna’s family?                                                     (1) 
2. What was a part and parcel of his life?               (1) 
3. What was his only sorrow?                 (1) 
4. What promise did he make to himself?              (1.5) 
5. How did he gain some knowledge?               (1.5) 
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6. Which classes did he enjoy the most?        (1) 
7. What did he notice while walking near a railway line?      (1) 
8. Why did he run along the railway line? How did his knee get hurt?    (2) 
9. Why did he thank God?                   (1) 
10. Find the words that mean the same as the following from the above mentioned passage:    (1) 
 I) sadness (para-1) 
ii) unluckily (para-2) 
 
II. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow:     (10 marks) 
 
1. Two friends decided to loot a person who was known in the town for his honesty. They went 
to him and said that they were going to another town on business. Before leaving they 
wanted to keep their savings with him as they could not trust anyone else in the town. The 
honest man agreed to keep the money until they came back. They gave him ten thousand 
rupees and told him that he should return the money when both of them came back. 
2. After a month one of the boys went to the honest man and told him that his friend had died 
in an accident while they were coming back to the town. He cried for some time and said 
that since his dear friend was no more, he would leave the town forever. He asked the honest 
man for the money they had given him to keep. The man returned the money to him. 
3. After a few days, the second friend went to the honest man and asked for the money. The 
honest man was shocked to see him alive and told him that his friend had taken the money 
saying that he was dead. Hearing this, the boy blamed the honest man of dishonesty and took 
him to the mayor. The mayor heard both the sides and understood what the matter was. He 
told the boy that as per the condition the honest man should return the money only when 
both the friends were present. Now since one of them was absent the honest man should not 
return the money. The mayor asked him to bring his friend and take the money. The boy 
realized that their plan had failed and left the place silently. 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question asks you to quote from the passage: 
1. What did the two friends decide to do?                               (1) 
2. Why did the two friends keep their savings with the honest man?                                         (1)                          
3. How much money did they give him?                      (1) 
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4. What did the first boy tell the honest man about his friend? Did the honest man believe him? (2)                                                                                                                                                                
5. Why was the honest man shocked?                                  (1) 
6. Where did the second boy take the honest man to discuss the issue?                    (1) 
7. Do you think their plan worked? Why or why not?                       (2) 
8. Find the words that mean the same as the following from the above mentioned passage:        (1)                                  
I) faith (Para 1) 
ii) surprised (Para 3) 
Section – B (Literature) 
 
PART –A  
 
Q1. How can hunting be controlled? Give two examples.                                                               (2) 
 
Q2. “Let us not go near him.” Who spoke this line in the lesson ‘Ravanna’? Who is ‘him’ in this 
line?                                                                                                                                                  (2)                                                           
Q3. In ‘Ravanna’ who was ‘feeble’ and who was ‘arrogant’? Give reasons for your answer.        (2)                                                                            
 
Q4. How did human beings behave with the dog in ‘Mr. L and the Dog’? Is this behaviour correct?                                          
(2)                                                                                                                                           
Q5. ‘Human beings are greedy and selfish.’ Give an example from “Too Much Killing”.           (1)                                                                  
Q6. Mr. L was confused in ‘Mr. L and The Dog’? Give two examples.                                        (2) 
Q7. Why do animals hunt?                                                                                                              (1) 
PART –B 
Q1. Who saved Philip from the hurricane? How?      (2) 
Q2. Why did the plane not notice Philip on the island?      (1)                                                                                   
Q3. Perseus was brave. Give two examples from the story to prove this.    (2)  
Q4.Who was cleverer of the two- Kiyoyori or Yama? Give reasons. (2) 
Q5. How were the grey sisters different from the nymphs? Give two examples.      (2) 
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Section – A (Comprehension) 
I. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow:                                                   
(12 marks)  
 
1. Krishna was born into a family of five, consisting of his parents and three siblings. Early in life, 
he started helping his father in his work. The limitation of food and clothes was a part and parcel of 
his life. He was not ashamed of being poor. Instead, he was very proud of his parents who worked 
day and night to feed the family. His only sorrow was his illiteracy. He couldn’t read or write. It 
pained him to see other children in the neighbourhood sitting around their homes happily laughing 
at colourful storybooks and writing down stories for their teachers. He felt sad looking at the neatly 
dressed school-going children. He promised himself that he would educate himself and free his 
family of poverty. In the hope of gaining some Knowledge, he used to go to a nearby school and sit 
outside listening to the teachers .He followed classes in English and Maths and especially enjoyed 
the story-telling classes that always seemed to take place on Friday afternoons. He was often asked 
to leave the school grounds. However, this did not discourage him. It made him want to get more 
educated. 
2. One day, while walking near a railway line surrounded by hills, he noticed a landslide about to 
occur. Although he had never been to school, he had learned about how dangerous landslides were 
from listening to stories told by his grandfather. He ran as fast as he could along the railway line to 
save himself. Unfortunately, his foot got trapped in the railway track and he fell, hurting his knee. 
He started moving towards home with his painful bleeding knee. He thanked God for saving his 
life from the landslide. 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question asks you to quote from the passage. 
 
1. How many members were there in Krishna’s family?                                                     (1) 
2. What was a part and parcel of his life?               (1) 
3. What was his only sorrow?                 (1) 
4. What promise did he make to himself?              (1.5) 
5. How did he gain some knowledge?               (1.5) 
2 
 
 
6. Which classes did he enjoy the most?        (1) 
7. What did he notice while walking near a railway line?      (1) 
8. Why did he run along the railway line? How did his knee get hurt?    (2) 
9. Why did he thank God?                   (1) 
10. Find the words that mean the same as the following from the above mentioned passage:    (1) 
 I) sadness (para-1) 
ii) unluckily (para-2) 
 
II. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow:     (10 marks) 
 
1. Two friends decided to loot a person who was known in the town for his honesty. They went 
to him and said that they were going to another town on business. Before leaving they 
wanted to keep their savings with him as they could not trust anyone else in the town. The 
honest man agreed to keep the money until they came back. They gave him ten thousand 
rupees and told him that he should return the money when both of them came back. 
2. After a month one of the boys went to the honest man and told him that his friend had died 
in an accident while they were coming back to the town. He cried for some time and said 
that since his dear friend was no more, he would leave the town forever. He asked the honest 
man for the money they had given him to keep. The man returned the money to him. 
3. After a few days, the second friend went to the honest man and asked for the money. The 
honest man was shocked to see him alive and told him that his friend had taken the money 
saying that he was dead. Hearing this, the boy blamed the honest man of dishonesty and took 
him to the mayor. The mayor heard both the sides and understood what the matter was. He 
told the boy that as per the condition the honest man should return the money only when 
both the friends were present. Now since one of them was absent the honest man should not 
return the money. The mayor asked him to bring his friend and take the money. The boy 
realized that their plan had failed and left the place silently. 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question asks you to quote from the passage: 
1. What did the two friends decide to do?                               (1) 
2. Why did the two friends keep their savings with the honest man?                                         (1)                          
3. How much money did they give him?                      (1) 
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4. What did the first boy tell the honest man about his friend? Did the honest man believe him? (2)                                                                                                                                                                
5. Why was the honest man shocked?                                  (1) 
6. Where did the second boy take the honest man to discuss the issue?                    (1) 
7. Do you think their plan worked? Why or why not?                       (2) 
8. Find the words that mean the same as the following from the above mentioned passage:        (1)                                  
I) faith (Para 1) 
ii) surprised (Para 3) 
Section – B (Literature) 
 
PART –A  
 
Q1. How can hunting be controlled? Give two examples.                                                               (2) 
 
Q2. “Let us not go near him.” Who spoke this line in the lesson ‘Ravanna’? Who is ‘him’ in this 
line?                                                                                                                                                  (2)                                                           
Q3. In ‘Ravanna’ who was ‘feeble’ and who was ‘arrogant’? Give reasons for your answer.        (2)                                                                            
 
Q4. How did human beings behave with the dog in ‘Mr. L and the Dog’? Is this behaviour correct?                                          
(2)                                                                                                                                           
Q5. ‘Human beings are greedy and selfish.’ Give an example from “Too Much Killing”.           (1)                                                                  
Q6. Mr. L was confused in ‘Mr. L and The Dog’? Give two examples.                                        (2) 
Q7. Why do animals hunt?                                                                                                              (1) 
PART –B 
Q1. Who saved Philip from the hurricane? How?      (2) 
Q2. Why did the plane not notice Philip on the island?      (1)                                                                                   
Q3. Perseus was brave. Give two examples from the story to prove this.    (2)  
Q4.Who was cleverer of the two- Kiyoyori or Yama? Give reasons. (2) 
Q5. How were the grey sisters different from the nymphs? Give two examples.      (2) 
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PART –C  
Q1. Did the Kangaroo give the Duck a ride on his back? Where did they go? (1) 
Q2. Who always says “no” in the poem “O, No John” and why?    (1)  
Q3. Which two poems do you like the most from C2 and why? (2) 
 
Section – C (Grammar) 
I. Use Since/For to complete the following sentences:                                                                                      
(0.5X8=4) 
1. I have been learning English _________ six months. 
2. I have lived in my house ____________ twenty years 
3. How long has it been _______________ you’ve been on holiday? 
4. How long did you go on holiday _______________? 
5. I worked there _____________ five years. 
6. He hasn't spoken even a word to me ______________ the last meeting. 
7. She’s been waiting ___________ 12.30 for you! 
8. They’ve wanted to see the movie ___________ a long time. 
 
II. Complete the following Conditional sentences:                                                                                                  
(7x1=7) 
(a) The pizza will be tasty if _______________________________________. 
(b) You will lose this book if _______________________________________. 
(c) If it doesn’t snow, _______________________________________. 
(d) Get ready quickly if _______________________________________. 
(e) If she wants to reach on time, _______________________________________. 
(f) We shall be very happy if _______________________________________. 
(g) I will be very pleased if _______________________________________. 
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Section – A (Comprehension) 
I. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow:                                                   
(12 marks)  
 
1. Krishna was born into a family of five, consisting of his parents and three siblings. Early in life, 
he started helping his father in his work. The limitation of food and clothes was a part and parcel of 
his life. He was not ashamed of being poor. Instead, he was very proud of his parents who worked 
day and night to feed the family. His only sorrow was his illiteracy. He couldn’t read or write. It 
pained him to see other children in the neighbourhood sitting around their homes happily laughing 
at colourful storybooks and writing down stories for their teachers. He felt sad looking at the neatly 
dressed school-going children. He promised himself that he would educate himself and free his 
family of poverty. In the hope of gaining some Knowledge, he used to go to a nearby school and sit 
outside listening to the teachers .He followed classes in English and Maths and especially enjoyed 
the story-telling classes that always seemed to take place on Friday afternoons. He was often asked 
to leave the school grounds. However, this did not discourage him. It made him want to get more 
educated. 
2. One day, while walking near a railway line surrounded by hills, he noticed a landslide about to 
occur. Although he had never been to school, he had learned about how dangerous landslides were 
from listening to stories told by his grandfather. He ran as fast as he could along the railway line to 
save himself. Unfortunately, his foot got trapped in the railway track and he fell, hurting his knee. 
He started moving towards home with his painful bleeding knee. He thanked God for saving his 
life from the landslide. 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question asks you to quote from the passage. 
 
1. How many members were there in Krishna’s family?                                                     (1) 
2. What was a part and parcel of his life?               (1) 
3. What was his only sorrow?                 (1) 
4. What promise did he make to himself?              (1.5) 
5. How did he gain some knowledge?               (1.5) 
2 
 
 
6. Which classes did he enjoy the most?        (1) 
7. What did he notice while walking near a railway line?      (1) 
8. Why did he run along the railway line? How did his knee get hurt?    (2) 
9. Why did he thank God?                   (1) 
10. Find the words that mean the same as the following from the above mentioned passage:    (1) 
 I) sadness (para-1) 
ii) unluckily (para-2) 
 
II. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow:     (10 marks) 
 
1. Two friends decided to loot a person who was known in the town for his honesty. They went 
to him and said that they were going to another town on business. Before leaving they 
wanted to keep their savings with him as they could not trust anyone else in the town. The 
honest man agreed to keep the money until they came back. They gave him ten thousand 
rupees and told him that he should return the money when both of them came back. 
2. After a month one of the boys went to the honest man and told him that his friend had died 
in an accident while they were coming back to the town. He cried for some time and said 
that since his dear friend was no more, he would leave the town forever. He asked the honest 
man for the money they had given him to keep. The man returned the money to him. 
3. After a few days, the second friend went to the honest man and asked for the money. The 
honest man was shocked to see him alive and told him that his friend had taken the money 
saying that he was dead. Hearing this, the boy blamed the honest man of dishonesty and took 
him to the mayor. The mayor heard both the sides and understood what the matter was. He 
told the boy that as per the condition the honest man should return the money only when 
both the friends were present. Now since one of them was absent the honest man should not 
return the money. The mayor asked him to bring his friend and take the money. The boy 
realized that their plan had failed and left the place silently. 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question asks you to quote from the passage: 
1. What did the two friends decide to do?                               (1) 
2. Why did the two friends keep their savings with the honest man?                                         (1)                          
3. How much money did they give him?                      (1) 
3 
 
 
4. What did the first boy tell the honest man about his friend? Did the honest man believe him? (2)                                                                                                                                                                
5. Why was the honest man shocked?                                  (1) 
6. Where did the second boy take the honest man to discuss the issue?                    (1) 
7. Do you think their plan worked? Why or why not?                       (2) 
8. Find the words that mean the same as the following from the above mentioned passage:        (1)                                  
I) faith (Para 1) 
ii) surprised (Para 3) 
Section – B (Literature) 
 
PART –A  
 
Q1. How can hunting be controlled? Give two examples.                                                               (2) 
 
Q2. “Let us not go near him.” Who spoke this line in the lesson ‘Ravanna’? Who is ‘him’ in this 
line?                                                                                                                                                  (2)                                                           
Q3. In ‘Ravanna’ who was ‘feeble’ and who was ‘arrogant’? Give reasons for your answer.        (2)                                                                            
 
Q4. How did human beings behave with the dog in ‘Mr. L and the Dog’? Is this behaviour correct?                                          
(2)                                                                                                                                           
Q5. ‘Human beings are greedy and selfish.’ Give an example from “Too Much Killing”.           (1)                                                                  
Q6. Mr. L was confused in ‘Mr. L and The Dog’? Give two examples.                                        (2) 
Q7. Why do animals hunt?                                                                                                              (1) 
PART –B 
Q1. Who saved Philip from the hurricane? How?      (2) 
Q2. Why did the plane not notice Philip on the island?      (1)                                                                                   
Q3. Perseus was brave. Give two examples from the story to prove this.    (2)  
Q4.Who was cleverer of the two- Kiyoyori or Yama? Give reasons. (2) 
Q5. How were the grey sisters different from the nymphs? Give two examples.      (2) 
4 
 
                                                  
PART –C  
Q1. Did the Kangaroo give the Duck a ride on his back? Where did they go? (1) 
Q2. Who always says “no” in the poem “O, No John” and why?    (1)  
Q3. Which two poems do you like the most from C2 and why? (2) 
 
Section – C (Grammar) 
I. Use Since/For to complete the following sentences:                                                                                      
(0.5X8=4) 
1. I have been learning English _________ six months. 
2. I have lived in my house ____________ twenty years 
3. How long has it been _______________ you’ve been on holiday? 
4. How long did you go on holiday _______________? 
5. I worked there _____________ five years. 
6. He hasn't spoken even a word to me ______________ the last meeting. 
7. She’s been waiting ___________ 12.30 for you! 
8. They’ve wanted to see the movie ___________ a long time. 
 
II. Complete the following Conditional sentences:                                                                                                  
(7x1=7) 
(a) The pizza will be tasty if _______________________________________. 
(b) You will lose this book if _______________________________________. 
(c) If it doesn’t snow, _______________________________________. 
(d) Get ready quickly if _______________________________________. 
(e) If she wants to reach on time, _______________________________________. 
(f) We shall be very happy if _______________________________________. 
(g) I will be very pleased if _______________________________________. 
5 
 
 
III. Put the verbs given in the brackets in the appropriate tense.                                                           
(16x0.5=8) 
 
 1. It _______________ (rain) all week. I hope it stops by Saturday because I ___________ (want) 
to go to the beach. 
Shhhhh! Be quiet! John ___________ (sleep). 
2. I'm sorry I can't hear what you _________________ (say) because everybody _______________ 
(talk) so loudly. 
3. When I ________________ (arrive) home last night, I discovered that Jane ______________ 
(prepare) a beautiful candlelight dinner. 
4. My English is really getting better. I _________________ (try) to learn the language since 1985. 
5. Since computers were first introduced to the public in the early 1980's, technology 
________________ (change) a great deal. The first computers ______________(be)  simple 
machines designed for basic tasks. 
6. After I graduate, I __________________ (attend) medical school and become a doctor. I have 
wanted to be a doctor all my life. 
7. Margie just called and said she would be here at 8 o'clock. By the time she gets here, we 
_________________ (wait) for her for two hours. 
8. Since when you ________________________ (learn) to ski? __________ you ____________ 
(think) I can be as good as you at skiing? 
9. How much ___________________ he _____________________ (earn) last week? 
10. You look really great! ________________ you _________________(work)  out at the fitness 
center recently? 
 
IV. There is one error in each line of the paragraph given below. Identify the errors and 
correct them.                                                                                                     (8x0.5=4) 
 Incorrect 
Word 
Correct Word 
 
If she came to me for help, I will certainly a)     ________   ___________ 
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Ans. To effectively prepare for the Class 7 English exam using the sample question paper, students can start by familiarizing themselves with the question paper format. They should then attempt to solve the questions within a set time limit, simulating exam conditions. After completing the paper, they can evaluate their answers and identify areas that require further improvement.
4. Are the questions in the Class 7 English sample question paper similar to the actual exam questions?
Ans. The questions in the Class 7 English sample question paper are designed to be similar to the actual exam questions. However, it is important to note that the actual exam may have variations in terms of question difficulty and content. Therefore, while the sample question paper provides a good practice opportunity, students should also refer to their textbooks and other study materials for comprehensive preparation.
5. Can I find model answers or solutions for the Class 7 English sample question paper?
Ans. Yes, model answers or solutions for the Class 7 English sample question paper can often be found in study guides or reference books. These solutions can provide students with a better understanding of the expected answers and help them in evaluating their own responses. Additionally, teachers may also provide guidance on solving the sample question paper effectively.
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