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                              (Class – VII : ENGLISH) 
 
            
   
  84  
MODEL TEST PAPER ANNUAL EXAMINATION   (SOLVED) 
 
Time : 2 hrs 30 min                        M. M. 80 
 
Section - A (Reading) 
A.1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. 
Sunday is the day most looked forward to by everyone. But, it is also the one day which 
suddenly evaporates before you know where you are. Everyone knows the Saturday evening 
feeling with all the pleasures of expectancy, and the Sunday evening feeling already ruined by 
the thoughts of Monday. What happens to the day? It is the day on which so many items are 
thrust – promises made to children for an outing, promise of a little shopping, calling on 
someone, and so on and so forth. There is no way out except by stretching the twenty-four hours 
to do the work of forty-eight. Before one notices it the forenoon is gone. 
 
In the morning one decides to stay a little longer in bed and one does it till one is worried out of 
bed by the noises, which start earlier than usual, because it is Sunday. A motor car with its 
engine going to pieces, children?s shouts of joy because they have no school – all this goes on 
when the Sunday devotee is planning to spend an hour longer in the bed. The man gets up in a 
slightly frustrated mood and that is not a very good way to start the day. It knocks all charm out 
of existence at the very start itself. In this mood there is no use looking for a good day. It is better 
to accept that Sunday is gone for him. 
A.1.1. On the basis of your reading of the passage, complete the following.                [8] 
 
(i) Although everyone waits for Sunday eagerly, it __________. 
(ii) Every one is happy on Saturday evenings because __________. 
(iii) Sunday evenings find people a little gloomy as __________. 
(iv) People plan many things for a Sunday. They are  
(a) __________________________________________________. 
(b) __________________________________________________. 
(c) __________________________________________________. 
(v) The person who plans to sleep for a little longer on a Sunday is not able to do so, 
as ______________. 
(vi) The Sunday devotee sometimes gets up in a frustrated mood because _______. 
A.1.2 . Find words from the passage, which mean the same as the following:             [2] 
(i) destroyed 
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                              (Class – VII : ENGLISH) 
 
            
   
  84  
MODEL TEST PAPER ANNUAL EXAMINATION   (SOLVED) 
 
Time : 2 hrs 30 min                        M. M. 80 
 
Section - A (Reading) 
A.1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. 
Sunday is the day most looked forward to by everyone. But, it is also the one day which 
suddenly evaporates before you know where you are. Everyone knows the Saturday evening 
feeling with all the pleasures of expectancy, and the Sunday evening feeling already ruined by 
the thoughts of Monday. What happens to the day? It is the day on which so many items are 
thrust – promises made to children for an outing, promise of a little shopping, calling on 
someone, and so on and so forth. There is no way out except by stretching the twenty-four hours 
to do the work of forty-eight. Before one notices it the forenoon is gone. 
 
In the morning one decides to stay a little longer in bed and one does it till one is worried out of 
bed by the noises, which start earlier than usual, because it is Sunday. A motor car with its 
engine going to pieces, children?s shouts of joy because they have no school – all this goes on 
when the Sunday devotee is planning to spend an hour longer in the bed. The man gets up in a 
slightly frustrated mood and that is not a very good way to start the day. It knocks all charm out 
of existence at the very start itself. In this mood there is no use looking for a good day. It is better 
to accept that Sunday is gone for him. 
A.1.1. On the basis of your reading of the passage, complete the following.                [8] 
 
(i) Although everyone waits for Sunday eagerly, it __________. 
(ii) Every one is happy on Saturday evenings because __________. 
(iii) Sunday evenings find people a little gloomy as __________. 
(iv) People plan many things for a Sunday. They are  
(a) __________________________________________________. 
(b) __________________________________________________. 
(c) __________________________________________________. 
(v) The person who plans to sleep for a little longer on a Sunday is not able to do so, 
as ______________. 
(vi) The Sunday devotee sometimes gets up in a frustrated mood because _______. 
A.1.2 . Find words from the passage, which mean the same as the following:             [2] 
(i) destroyed 
                                                               
                             
 
            
   
    
(ii) to force / to push  
A.2. Read the following poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:  
 TICKING AWAY 
 
The luminous hands 
 Tick away 
 The second and minutes, 
 Run away 
 Hours and days 
 Were the glories of the past 
 The time that was lost 
 Reminds nothing but the waste 
 The sun and the moon 
 Shine and glow around the globe 
Seasons and nature 
March and disappear 
Alas the time that 
Comes and goes 
Never to reappear, only to remember 
Beware of hands – seconds and minutes 
And be aware of time 
The missed chance 
Seldom returns. 
A.2.1 Given below is the summary of the poem. Complete it by writing the missing word 
in the blanks.                            [10] 
 
The poet watches the shiny ________________ of a clock which ________ away ______ 
second by second, minute-by-minute and hour-by-hour. Thus every __________ 
becomes a part of the __________ of the past. The shining sun and the moon bring about 
____ in season and nature. The clock _______________ us a valuable __________. Do 
not __________ time for once ______________ it can never be regained. 
 
Section B (Writing) 
 
B.1 You are the Secretary, Students Council of your School. Your school is organizing 
an Inter-Class Mathematics talent test. Write a notice for your school notice board 
inviting the names of students who would like to participate in the talent test.                                      
                     [6] 
 
B.2 You live in a congested part of the city. There is no open space around your colony. 
As a result small children play on the streets. This has already led to a few cases of 
minor accidents. You feel that the civic authorities can provide one or two parks to 
cater to the needs of the children. Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper, 
pointing out the need of public parks in a crowded city.            [10] 
 
Section - C (Grammar) 
C.1. Fill in the blanks as directed.                             [7] 
(i) Keep ________ books on the table (Demonstrative Adjective) 
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                              (Class – VII : ENGLISH) 
 
            
   
  84  
MODEL TEST PAPER ANNUAL EXAMINATION   (SOLVED) 
 
Time : 2 hrs 30 min                        M. M. 80 
 
Section - A (Reading) 
A.1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. 
Sunday is the day most looked forward to by everyone. But, it is also the one day which 
suddenly evaporates before you know where you are. Everyone knows the Saturday evening 
feeling with all the pleasures of expectancy, and the Sunday evening feeling already ruined by 
the thoughts of Monday. What happens to the day? It is the day on which so many items are 
thrust – promises made to children for an outing, promise of a little shopping, calling on 
someone, and so on and so forth. There is no way out except by stretching the twenty-four hours 
to do the work of forty-eight. Before one notices it the forenoon is gone. 
 
In the morning one decides to stay a little longer in bed and one does it till one is worried out of 
bed by the noises, which start earlier than usual, because it is Sunday. A motor car with its 
engine going to pieces, children?s shouts of joy because they have no school – all this goes on 
when the Sunday devotee is planning to spend an hour longer in the bed. The man gets up in a 
slightly frustrated mood and that is not a very good way to start the day. It knocks all charm out 
of existence at the very start itself. In this mood there is no use looking for a good day. It is better 
to accept that Sunday is gone for him. 
A.1.1. On the basis of your reading of the passage, complete the following.                [8] 
 
(i) Although everyone waits for Sunday eagerly, it __________. 
(ii) Every one is happy on Saturday evenings because __________. 
(iii) Sunday evenings find people a little gloomy as __________. 
(iv) People plan many things for a Sunday. They are  
(a) __________________________________________________. 
(b) __________________________________________________. 
(c) __________________________________________________. 
(v) The person who plans to sleep for a little longer on a Sunday is not able to do so, 
as ______________. 
(vi) The Sunday devotee sometimes gets up in a frustrated mood because _______. 
A.1.2 . Find words from the passage, which mean the same as the following:             [2] 
(i) destroyed 
                                                               
                             
 
            
   
    
(ii) to force / to push  
A.2. Read the following poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:  
 TICKING AWAY 
 
The luminous hands 
 Tick away 
 The second and minutes, 
 Run away 
 Hours and days 
 Were the glories of the past 
 The time that was lost 
 Reminds nothing but the waste 
 The sun and the moon 
 Shine and glow around the globe 
Seasons and nature 
March and disappear 
Alas the time that 
Comes and goes 
Never to reappear, only to remember 
Beware of hands – seconds and minutes 
And be aware of time 
The missed chance 
Seldom returns. 
A.2.1 Given below is the summary of the poem. Complete it by writing the missing word 
in the blanks.                            [10] 
 
The poet watches the shiny ________________ of a clock which ________ away ______ 
second by second, minute-by-minute and hour-by-hour. Thus every __________ 
becomes a part of the __________ of the past. The shining sun and the moon bring about 
____ in season and nature. The clock _______________ us a valuable __________. Do 
not __________ time for once ______________ it can never be regained. 
 
Section B (Writing) 
 
B.1 You are the Secretary, Students Council of your School. Your school is organizing 
an Inter-Class Mathematics talent test. Write a notice for your school notice board 
inviting the names of students who would like to participate in the talent test.                                      
                     [6] 
 
B.2 You live in a congested part of the city. There is no open space around your colony. 
As a result small children play on the streets. This has already led to a few cases of 
minor accidents. You feel that the civic authorities can provide one or two parks to 
cater to the needs of the children. Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper, 
pointing out the need of public parks in a crowded city.            [10] 
 
Section - C (Grammar) 
C.1. Fill in the blanks as directed.                             [7] 
(i) Keep ________ books on the table (Demonstrative Adjective) 
                                                               
                             
 
            
   
    
(ii) Before lending the money, he __________ his friend that he would soon need it 
back. (Past Perfect of „tell?) 
(iii) You will be turned out ________ you make a noise again (Conjunction) 
(iv) The country cannot progress unless there is _____________ among the citizens.  
(Abstract Noun) 
(v) He has __________ taste for music. (Adjective of Quantity) 
(vi) The door was open ______________ my things were lying scattered 
(Conjunction) 
C.2. Choose the correct answer from the brackets and fill in the blanks.                  [6] 
(i) The teacher asked ________ boy if he had done his work. (each/every) 
(ii) This is the man _________ I have been speaking of (that/whom) 
(iii) Shimla must be ________ cold with the recent snowfall. (bitter / bitterly) 
(iv) _______ days have passed after the incident. (much/many) 
(v) Are you going in his car or _________ . (our/ours) 
(vi) She walked very ________________ and disappeared (fast / fastly) 
C.3. Change these sentences from Active to Passive voice.          [1 × 3 = 3] 
(i) The contractor started the work last year. 
(ii) The authorities announced the cancellation of the train. 
(iii) He gave me a book. 
C.4 Change these sentences from Direct to Indirect Speech:                [1 × 3 = 3] 
(i) Reshma asked her sister, „Did you shut the door?? 
(ii) „Meet me at the club,? said Rohit to his friend. 
(iii) The teacher said, “ Hardwork pays.” 
C.5 Fill in the blanks.                     [4] 
(i) Birds of a feather ________ together. 
(ii) The pen is _________ than the sword. 
(iii) _________ waters run deep. 
(iv) _________ is the mother of invention. 
Section - D (Literature) 
D.1 Answer with reference to context: 
 “Would you like to learn music, son?” 
(i) Who is the speaker of this line?                                          [1] 
(ii) Who does „you? refer to?                                            [2] 
(iii) Why does the person ask this question to the person?                                     [3] 
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                              (Class – VII : ENGLISH) 
 
            
   
  84  
MODEL TEST PAPER ANNUAL EXAMINATION   (SOLVED) 
 
Time : 2 hrs 30 min                        M. M. 80 
 
Section - A (Reading) 
A.1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. 
Sunday is the day most looked forward to by everyone. But, it is also the one day which 
suddenly evaporates before you know where you are. Everyone knows the Saturday evening 
feeling with all the pleasures of expectancy, and the Sunday evening feeling already ruined by 
the thoughts of Monday. What happens to the day? It is the day on which so many items are 
thrust – promises made to children for an outing, promise of a little shopping, calling on 
someone, and so on and so forth. There is no way out except by stretching the twenty-four hours 
to do the work of forty-eight. Before one notices it the forenoon is gone. 
 
In the morning one decides to stay a little longer in bed and one does it till one is worried out of 
bed by the noises, which start earlier than usual, because it is Sunday. A motor car with its 
engine going to pieces, children?s shouts of joy because they have no school – all this goes on 
when the Sunday devotee is planning to spend an hour longer in the bed. The man gets up in a 
slightly frustrated mood and that is not a very good way to start the day. It knocks all charm out 
of existence at the very start itself. In this mood there is no use looking for a good day. It is better 
to accept that Sunday is gone for him. 
A.1.1. On the basis of your reading of the passage, complete the following.                [8] 
 
(i) Although everyone waits for Sunday eagerly, it __________. 
(ii) Every one is happy on Saturday evenings because __________. 
(iii) Sunday evenings find people a little gloomy as __________. 
(iv) People plan many things for a Sunday. They are  
(a) __________________________________________________. 
(b) __________________________________________________. 
(c) __________________________________________________. 
(v) The person who plans to sleep for a little longer on a Sunday is not able to do so, 
as ______________. 
(vi) The Sunday devotee sometimes gets up in a frustrated mood because _______. 
A.1.2 . Find words from the passage, which mean the same as the following:             [2] 
(i) destroyed 
                                                               
                             
 
            
   
    
(ii) to force / to push  
A.2. Read the following poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:  
 TICKING AWAY 
 
The luminous hands 
 Tick away 
 The second and minutes, 
 Run away 
 Hours and days 
 Were the glories of the past 
 The time that was lost 
 Reminds nothing but the waste 
 The sun and the moon 
 Shine and glow around the globe 
Seasons and nature 
March and disappear 
Alas the time that 
Comes and goes 
Never to reappear, only to remember 
Beware of hands – seconds and minutes 
And be aware of time 
The missed chance 
Seldom returns. 
A.2.1 Given below is the summary of the poem. Complete it by writing the missing word 
in the blanks.                            [10] 
 
The poet watches the shiny ________________ of a clock which ________ away ______ 
second by second, minute-by-minute and hour-by-hour. Thus every __________ 
becomes a part of the __________ of the past. The shining sun and the moon bring about 
____ in season and nature. The clock _______________ us a valuable __________. Do 
not __________ time for once ______________ it can never be regained. 
 
Section B (Writing) 
 
B.1 You are the Secretary, Students Council of your School. Your school is organizing 
an Inter-Class Mathematics talent test. Write a notice for your school notice board 
inviting the names of students who would like to participate in the talent test.                                      
                     [6] 
 
B.2 You live in a congested part of the city. There is no open space around your colony. 
As a result small children play on the streets. This has already led to a few cases of 
minor accidents. You feel that the civic authorities can provide one or two parks to 
cater to the needs of the children. Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper, 
pointing out the need of public parks in a crowded city.            [10] 
 
Section - C (Grammar) 
C.1. Fill in the blanks as directed.                             [7] 
(i) Keep ________ books on the table (Demonstrative Adjective) 
                                                               
                             
 
            
   
    
(ii) Before lending the money, he __________ his friend that he would soon need it 
back. (Past Perfect of „tell?) 
(iii) You will be turned out ________ you make a noise again (Conjunction) 
(iv) The country cannot progress unless there is _____________ among the citizens.  
(Abstract Noun) 
(v) He has __________ taste for music. (Adjective of Quantity) 
(vi) The door was open ______________ my things were lying scattered 
(Conjunction) 
C.2. Choose the correct answer from the brackets and fill in the blanks.                  [6] 
(i) The teacher asked ________ boy if he had done his work. (each/every) 
(ii) This is the man _________ I have been speaking of (that/whom) 
(iii) Shimla must be ________ cold with the recent snowfall. (bitter / bitterly) 
(iv) _______ days have passed after the incident. (much/many) 
(v) Are you going in his car or _________ . (our/ours) 
(vi) She walked very ________________ and disappeared (fast / fastly) 
C.3. Change these sentences from Active to Passive voice.          [1 × 3 = 3] 
(i) The contractor started the work last year. 
(ii) The authorities announced the cancellation of the train. 
(iii) He gave me a book. 
C.4 Change these sentences from Direct to Indirect Speech:                [1 × 3 = 3] 
(i) Reshma asked her sister, „Did you shut the door?? 
(ii) „Meet me at the club,? said Rohit to his friend. 
(iii) The teacher said, “ Hardwork pays.” 
C.5 Fill in the blanks.                     [4] 
(i) Birds of a feather ________ together. 
(ii) The pen is _________ than the sword. 
(iii) _________ waters run deep. 
(iv) _________ is the mother of invention. 
Section - D (Literature) 
D.1 Answer with reference to context: 
 “Would you like to learn music, son?” 
(i) Who is the speaker of this line?                                          [1] 
(ii) Who does „you? refer to?                                            [2] 
(iii) Why does the person ask this question to the person?                                     [3] 
                                                               
                             
 
            
   
    
(iv) Who does the speaker turn out to be?                                [2] 
(v) Where did the speaker call him?                       [2] 
D.2. Answer the following questions.                                           [12] 
(i) What was Columbus?s achievement? How did he accomplish it? 
(ii) How did Rustom plan to scare Arjun? 
(iii) Why did Uncle Ken visit Granny frequently? 
(iv) In what ways did Sarah?s mother help her overcome her weakness? 
(v) What are the nutritional needs of adolescents? 
(vi) Which tune did Salim like best and what did it remind him of? 
NOTE:- Vocabulary enhancement exercises will also be included in Annual Exam. 
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