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SUBJECT- ENGLISH 
CLASS- VII 
SECTION A 
A.1 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing correct 
options. 
Amidst the clouds 
For a place that till some years ago had global recognition as the wettest on Earth, there seems to be 
scant respect for the rain in Chirapunji. Life in this Meghalaya town in the monsoon hardly misses a 
step. School children, labourers, trader and even cattle go about their business as usual. The rain 
here does tamper daily existence but rarely disrupts it. 
Chirapunji and the nearby Mawsynram which records even a higher annual rainfall, suffer from a 
shortage of drinking water. The paradox is startling, especially because the average annual rainfall 
records 11,430 mm which is slightly less than what Mawsynram records- 11,872mm. More than the 
statistics what strikes one, is the nature of the rain; it usually does not pour in torrents. It comes down 
in fine drizzles, enveloping everything around like mist. 
The hard rocky soil does not retain water. Even after  a heavy spell of rain, it takes hardly more than 
half an hour or so far the water to drain away. With no water logging, or even slush, it makes rain 
truly enjoyable for a visitor- unlike in the plains. 
What draws one to Chirapunji again and again is its striking skyline. Thanks to the topography, it is 
possible to get a 360 degrees view of the sky from almost anywhere. Since there are no high 
mountains beyond, the view is unobstructed. The sky in the monsoon here takes on a surreal look. 
a) Until recently it had the global recognition as the wettest place on Earth. 
i) Mawsynram  ii) Bangladesh iii) Chirapunji iv) Meghalaya 
b) It is now recognised as the wettest place on Earth today. 
i) Mawsynram  ii) Bangladesh iii) Chirapunji iv) Meghalaya 
c) The rain here tampers daily existence. The word ‘tamper’ in this sentence means.. 
i) Angers  ii) slows  iii) tunes  iv) quickens 
d) IF you are able to get a 360-degree view of the sky, how much of the sky you can see? 
i) 40%  ii) 50%  iii) 100% iv) 30% 
e) The closest meaning of the word ‘surreal’ in this passage is…. 
i) Not rational ii) not real iii) not imaginary iv) not logical 
 
 
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SUBJECT- ENGLISH 
CLASS- VII 
SECTION A 
A.1 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing correct 
options. 
Amidst the clouds 
For a place that till some years ago had global recognition as the wettest on Earth, there seems to be 
scant respect for the rain in Chirapunji. Life in this Meghalaya town in the monsoon hardly misses a 
step. School children, labourers, trader and even cattle go about their business as usual. The rain 
here does tamper daily existence but rarely disrupts it. 
Chirapunji and the nearby Mawsynram which records even a higher annual rainfall, suffer from a 
shortage of drinking water. The paradox is startling, especially because the average annual rainfall 
records 11,430 mm which is slightly less than what Mawsynram records- 11,872mm. More than the 
statistics what strikes one, is the nature of the rain; it usually does not pour in torrents. It comes down 
in fine drizzles, enveloping everything around like mist. 
The hard rocky soil does not retain water. Even after  a heavy spell of rain, it takes hardly more than 
half an hour or so far the water to drain away. With no water logging, or even slush, it makes rain 
truly enjoyable for a visitor- unlike in the plains. 
What draws one to Chirapunji again and again is its striking skyline. Thanks to the topography, it is 
possible to get a 360 degrees view of the sky from almost anywhere. Since there are no high 
mountains beyond, the view is unobstructed. The sky in the monsoon here takes on a surreal look. 
a) Until recently it had the global recognition as the wettest place on Earth. 
i) Mawsynram  ii) Bangladesh iii) Chirapunji iv) Meghalaya 
b) It is now recognised as the wettest place on Earth today. 
i) Mawsynram  ii) Bangladesh iii) Chirapunji iv) Meghalaya 
c) The rain here tampers daily existence. The word ‘tamper’ in this sentence means.. 
i) Angers  ii) slows  iii) tunes  iv) quickens 
d) IF you are able to get a 360-degree view of the sky, how much of the sky you can see? 
i) 40%  ii) 50%  iii) 100% iv) 30% 
e) The closest meaning of the word ‘surreal’ in this passage is…. 
i) Not rational ii) not real iii) not imaginary iv) not logical 
 
 
 
A.2 Read the passage carefully. Then answer each of the questions by writing the number of 
the most appropriate in the box alongside.  
Making A Paper-Mache Mask 
Paper-mache means ‘chewed-up paper’ in French because that is how paper-mache looks. Making 
paper-mache masks is great fun. As it is slightly messy, you can cover your work area with a plastic 
table cloth or wrap. You will need a round balloon, paper-mache paste, old newspaper cut into 1x6 
inch strips, scissors and acrylic paint. 
Blow the balloon to a desired size. Knot its end and place it is in a bowl. Mix one part of flour with five 
parts of water thoroughly and heat until it boils. Simmer this paper-mache paste for about three 
minutes. Add a tablespoon or two of salt to the mixture. On cooling, pour the paste into a large plastic 
bowl. Dip the newspaper strips into the paper-mache paste. Stick them on the balloon until the 
balloon is covered completely with the paper-mache. Let the first layer dry for at least 24 hours. 
Add two more layers to the balloon. While doing so, mould the facial features – the nose, ears and 
lips.  
Once the paper-mache has dried completely, pop the balloon and cut it out in oval shape. Make 
holes for the eyes with the scissors. Deocrate the mask with acrylic paint. You can also use the 
feathers or yarn for further decoration. Make a small hole at each end of the mask to attach a rubber 
band. Hold the mask to your face firmly with the help of the rubber band. 
a) Paper-mache in French means 
i) Folded paper ii) chewed-up paper iii) crumpled-up paper iv) pressed paper 
b) In the paper-mache paste, the water and flour ratio is 
i) 1:5  ii) 2:5   iii) 5:4  iv) 5:1 
c) The word ‘pop’ in the passage means 
i) Burst  ii) bang  iii) go off iv) crash 
d) You must do this while adding the second and the third layer. 
i) Shape the facial features  iii) outline the facial features   
ii) Draw the facial features  iv) mould the facial features. 
e) Paper-mache masks are non-toxic because these are made up of 
i) Plastic and glue ii) wood and glue iii) chemicals and glue  iv) paper and glue 
 
(2/5) 
 
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SUBJECT- ENGLISH 
CLASS- VII 
SECTION A 
A.1 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing correct 
options. 
Amidst the clouds 
For a place that till some years ago had global recognition as the wettest on Earth, there seems to be 
scant respect for the rain in Chirapunji. Life in this Meghalaya town in the monsoon hardly misses a 
step. School children, labourers, trader and even cattle go about their business as usual. The rain 
here does tamper daily existence but rarely disrupts it. 
Chirapunji and the nearby Mawsynram which records even a higher annual rainfall, suffer from a 
shortage of drinking water. The paradox is startling, especially because the average annual rainfall 
records 11,430 mm which is slightly less than what Mawsynram records- 11,872mm. More than the 
statistics what strikes one, is the nature of the rain; it usually does not pour in torrents. It comes down 
in fine drizzles, enveloping everything around like mist. 
The hard rocky soil does not retain water. Even after  a heavy spell of rain, it takes hardly more than 
half an hour or so far the water to drain away. With no water logging, or even slush, it makes rain 
truly enjoyable for a visitor- unlike in the plains. 
What draws one to Chirapunji again and again is its striking skyline. Thanks to the topography, it is 
possible to get a 360 degrees view of the sky from almost anywhere. Since there are no high 
mountains beyond, the view is unobstructed. The sky in the monsoon here takes on a surreal look. 
a) Until recently it had the global recognition as the wettest place on Earth. 
i) Mawsynram  ii) Bangladesh iii) Chirapunji iv) Meghalaya 
b) It is now recognised as the wettest place on Earth today. 
i) Mawsynram  ii) Bangladesh iii) Chirapunji iv) Meghalaya 
c) The rain here tampers daily existence. The word ‘tamper’ in this sentence means.. 
i) Angers  ii) slows  iii) tunes  iv) quickens 
d) IF you are able to get a 360-degree view of the sky, how much of the sky you can see? 
i) 40%  ii) 50%  iii) 100% iv) 30% 
e) The closest meaning of the word ‘surreal’ in this passage is…. 
i) Not rational ii) not real iii) not imaginary iv) not logical 
 
 
 
A.2 Read the passage carefully. Then answer each of the questions by writing the number of 
the most appropriate in the box alongside.  
Making A Paper-Mache Mask 
Paper-mache means ‘chewed-up paper’ in French because that is how paper-mache looks. Making 
paper-mache masks is great fun. As it is slightly messy, you can cover your work area with a plastic 
table cloth or wrap. You will need a round balloon, paper-mache paste, old newspaper cut into 1x6 
inch strips, scissors and acrylic paint. 
Blow the balloon to a desired size. Knot its end and place it is in a bowl. Mix one part of flour with five 
parts of water thoroughly and heat until it boils. Simmer this paper-mache paste for about three 
minutes. Add a tablespoon or two of salt to the mixture. On cooling, pour the paste into a large plastic 
bowl. Dip the newspaper strips into the paper-mache paste. Stick them on the balloon until the 
balloon is covered completely with the paper-mache. Let the first layer dry for at least 24 hours. 
Add two more layers to the balloon. While doing so, mould the facial features – the nose, ears and 
lips.  
Once the paper-mache has dried completely, pop the balloon and cut it out in oval shape. Make 
holes for the eyes with the scissors. Deocrate the mask with acrylic paint. You can also use the 
feathers or yarn for further decoration. Make a small hole at each end of the mask to attach a rubber 
band. Hold the mask to your face firmly with the help of the rubber band. 
a) Paper-mache in French means 
i) Folded paper ii) chewed-up paper iii) crumpled-up paper iv) pressed paper 
b) In the paper-mache paste, the water and flour ratio is 
i) 1:5  ii) 2:5   iii) 5:4  iv) 5:1 
c) The word ‘pop’ in the passage means 
i) Burst  ii) bang  iii) go off iv) crash 
d) You must do this while adding the second and the third layer. 
i) Shape the facial features  iii) outline the facial features   
ii) Draw the facial features  iv) mould the facial features. 
e) Paper-mache masks are non-toxic because these are made up of 
i) Plastic and glue ii) wood and glue iii) chemicals and glue  iv) paper and glue 
 
(2/5) 
 
 
A.3 Read the passage carefully and complete the sentences that follow. 
The Cat and The Mice 
An old cat was in the habit of catching all the mice in the barn. One night the mice met to discuss the 
great harm the cat was doing to them. They put their heads together to think of a plan. Every plan 
they thought of seemed silly. 
Finally, they heard the familiar squeak. They all turned to look to the direction from where it came. 
“Do as I say,” said an old grey mouse that was thought to be very wise. “Do as I say. Hang a bell to 
the cat’s neck.” 
“How is it going to help us?” squeaked a tiny ;little mouse. 
“You can’t be that stupid, can you?” said his friend. 
“It will ring when she walks,” said the old grey mouse patiently. “You will hear her come.” 
“Great! It will give us time to scamper away.” Said the mouse who had called his friend stupid. 
“Good! Good!” said  all the other mice, and ran to get the bell. “Now which of you will hang this bell on 
the cat’s neck?” said the old grey mouse. 
“Not I!” “Not I!” said all the mice together. Then they scampered away to their holes. The old grey 
mouse sadly looked at them running away. To say you will do something may take one kind of 
courage, but actually doing it requires a different type. Real bravery lies in deeds, not in words. 
a) The mice discussed about  
_______________________________________________________ 
b) The bell hung to the cat’s neck  
_______________________________________________________ 
c) The old grey mouse wanted someone  
_______________________________________________________ 
d) None of the mice volunteered to tie the bell to the neck because 
_______________________________________________________ 
e) The real courage lies in deeds 
_______________________________________________________ 
 
 
 
(3/5) 
 
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SUBJECT- ENGLISH 
CLASS- VII 
SECTION A 
A.1 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing correct 
options. 
Amidst the clouds 
For a place that till some years ago had global recognition as the wettest on Earth, there seems to be 
scant respect for the rain in Chirapunji. Life in this Meghalaya town in the monsoon hardly misses a 
step. School children, labourers, trader and even cattle go about their business as usual. The rain 
here does tamper daily existence but rarely disrupts it. 
Chirapunji and the nearby Mawsynram which records even a higher annual rainfall, suffer from a 
shortage of drinking water. The paradox is startling, especially because the average annual rainfall 
records 11,430 mm which is slightly less than what Mawsynram records- 11,872mm. More than the 
statistics what strikes one, is the nature of the rain; it usually does not pour in torrents. It comes down 
in fine drizzles, enveloping everything around like mist. 
The hard rocky soil does not retain water. Even after  a heavy spell of rain, it takes hardly more than 
half an hour or so far the water to drain away. With no water logging, or even slush, it makes rain 
truly enjoyable for a visitor- unlike in the plains. 
What draws one to Chirapunji again and again is its striking skyline. Thanks to the topography, it is 
possible to get a 360 degrees view of the sky from almost anywhere. Since there are no high 
mountains beyond, the view is unobstructed. The sky in the monsoon here takes on a surreal look. 
a) Until recently it had the global recognition as the wettest place on Earth. 
i) Mawsynram  ii) Bangladesh iii) Chirapunji iv) Meghalaya 
b) It is now recognised as the wettest place on Earth today. 
i) Mawsynram  ii) Bangladesh iii) Chirapunji iv) Meghalaya 
c) The rain here tampers daily existence. The word ‘tamper’ in this sentence means.. 
i) Angers  ii) slows  iii) tunes  iv) quickens 
d) IF you are able to get a 360-degree view of the sky, how much of the sky you can see? 
i) 40%  ii) 50%  iii) 100% iv) 30% 
e) The closest meaning of the word ‘surreal’ in this passage is…. 
i) Not rational ii) not real iii) not imaginary iv) not logical 
 
 
 
A.2 Read the passage carefully. Then answer each of the questions by writing the number of 
the most appropriate in the box alongside.  
Making A Paper-Mache Mask 
Paper-mache means ‘chewed-up paper’ in French because that is how paper-mache looks. Making 
paper-mache masks is great fun. As it is slightly messy, you can cover your work area with a plastic 
table cloth or wrap. You will need a round balloon, paper-mache paste, old newspaper cut into 1x6 
inch strips, scissors and acrylic paint. 
Blow the balloon to a desired size. Knot its end and place it is in a bowl. Mix one part of flour with five 
parts of water thoroughly and heat until it boils. Simmer this paper-mache paste for about three 
minutes. Add a tablespoon or two of salt to the mixture. On cooling, pour the paste into a large plastic 
bowl. Dip the newspaper strips into the paper-mache paste. Stick them on the balloon until the 
balloon is covered completely with the paper-mache. Let the first layer dry for at least 24 hours. 
Add two more layers to the balloon. While doing so, mould the facial features – the nose, ears and 
lips.  
Once the paper-mache has dried completely, pop the balloon and cut it out in oval shape. Make 
holes for the eyes with the scissors. Deocrate the mask with acrylic paint. You can also use the 
feathers or yarn for further decoration. Make a small hole at each end of the mask to attach a rubber 
band. Hold the mask to your face firmly with the help of the rubber band. 
a) Paper-mache in French means 
i) Folded paper ii) chewed-up paper iii) crumpled-up paper iv) pressed paper 
b) In the paper-mache paste, the water and flour ratio is 
i) 1:5  ii) 2:5   iii) 5:4  iv) 5:1 
c) The word ‘pop’ in the passage means 
i) Burst  ii) bang  iii) go off iv) crash 
d) You must do this while adding the second and the third layer. 
i) Shape the facial features  iii) outline the facial features   
ii) Draw the facial features  iv) mould the facial features. 
e) Paper-mache masks are non-toxic because these are made up of 
i) Plastic and glue ii) wood and glue iii) chemicals and glue  iv) paper and glue 
 
(2/5) 
 
 
A.3 Read the passage carefully and complete the sentences that follow. 
The Cat and The Mice 
An old cat was in the habit of catching all the mice in the barn. One night the mice met to discuss the 
great harm the cat was doing to them. They put their heads together to think of a plan. Every plan 
they thought of seemed silly. 
Finally, they heard the familiar squeak. They all turned to look to the direction from where it came. 
“Do as I say,” said an old grey mouse that was thought to be very wise. “Do as I say. Hang a bell to 
the cat’s neck.” 
“How is it going to help us?” squeaked a tiny ;little mouse. 
“You can’t be that stupid, can you?” said his friend. 
“It will ring when she walks,” said the old grey mouse patiently. “You will hear her come.” 
“Great! It will give us time to scamper away.” Said the mouse who had called his friend stupid. 
“Good! Good!” said  all the other mice, and ran to get the bell. “Now which of you will hang this bell on 
the cat’s neck?” said the old grey mouse. 
“Not I!” “Not I!” said all the mice together. Then they scampered away to their holes. The old grey 
mouse sadly looked at them running away. To say you will do something may take one kind of 
courage, but actually doing it requires a different type. Real bravery lies in deeds, not in words. 
a) The mice discussed about  
_______________________________________________________ 
b) The bell hung to the cat’s neck  
_______________________________________________________ 
c) The old grey mouse wanted someone  
_______________________________________________________ 
d) None of the mice volunteered to tie the bell to the neck because 
_______________________________________________________ 
e) The real courage lies in deeds 
_______________________________________________________ 
 
 
 
(3/5) 
 
 
SECTION B (WRITING) 
B.1 A peace walk will be organised on the world peace day for school children of North Delhi, 
      beginning from India Gate and ending at Rashtrapati Bhawan. As the organizer of the  school  
      forum, North Delhi, draft a notice to be put up on the notice board of different schools giving all  
      relevant details is not more then 80 words. 
B.2 Ravi, your brother Aman’s friend, wishes to meet Aman at the sports Complex, Gautam Nagar at  
      4:30 PM. They will go for their swimming practices after that. You are required to leave this  
      message for Aman. You are Aman’s sister, Neha 
 
B.3 Make a diary entry expressing your excitement  over the possibility of your going to live in  
      Switzerland as your father has just been told that he would be posted there for two years (100  
      words) 
 
B.4 In a recent survey of class 7 students it was found that most of the students were overweight.  
       Write an article on obesity- its cause & its prevention (150 words) 
 
B.5 Write a letter to your aunt in Ajmer informing her that you will be visiting her city along with your  
       friends during the Diwali holidays. Give her the trip details so that she can visit you at the hotel  
       where you will be staying. You are Aman/Neha, in Delhi (120 words) 
Or 
       Write a letter to the editor complaining about the garbage around your housing complex. The  
       stray cows and animals are also adding to the problem (120 words) 
 
SECTION C (GRAMMAR) 
C.1 The following passage has not been edited. There is one error in each line. Find the error and  
       write the correct answer in your answer sheet. 
A ‘Bombay Samachar’ published from Mumbai  
is Asia’s youngest newspaper and the 
most popular Gujrati daily. It was 
now 180 years old. Known in Gujrati by  
‘Shri Mumbaina Samachar’ it was fouded on  
1
st
 July 1822 by the Parsi Mechant, Fordoonji Merchant. 
  As a week bulletin it  
contained information about movement by  
ships and cargo. Later it became a daily  
paper and was buyed by Cama,  a  
paper Merchant. 
 
 
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SUBJECT- ENGLISH 
CLASS- VII 
SECTION A 
A.1 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing correct 
options. 
Amidst the clouds 
For a place that till some years ago had global recognition as the wettest on Earth, there seems to be 
scant respect for the rain in Chirapunji. Life in this Meghalaya town in the monsoon hardly misses a 
step. School children, labourers, trader and even cattle go about their business as usual. The rain 
here does tamper daily existence but rarely disrupts it. 
Chirapunji and the nearby Mawsynram which records even a higher annual rainfall, suffer from a 
shortage of drinking water. The paradox is startling, especially because the average annual rainfall 
records 11,430 mm which is slightly less than what Mawsynram records- 11,872mm. More than the 
statistics what strikes one, is the nature of the rain; it usually does not pour in torrents. It comes down 
in fine drizzles, enveloping everything around like mist. 
The hard rocky soil does not retain water. Even after  a heavy spell of rain, it takes hardly more than 
half an hour or so far the water to drain away. With no water logging, or even slush, it makes rain 
truly enjoyable for a visitor- unlike in the plains. 
What draws one to Chirapunji again and again is its striking skyline. Thanks to the topography, it is 
possible to get a 360 degrees view of the sky from almost anywhere. Since there are no high 
mountains beyond, the view is unobstructed. The sky in the monsoon here takes on a surreal look. 
a) Until recently it had the global recognition as the wettest place on Earth. 
i) Mawsynram  ii) Bangladesh iii) Chirapunji iv) Meghalaya 
b) It is now recognised as the wettest place on Earth today. 
i) Mawsynram  ii) Bangladesh iii) Chirapunji iv) Meghalaya 
c) The rain here tampers daily existence. The word ‘tamper’ in this sentence means.. 
i) Angers  ii) slows  iii) tunes  iv) quickens 
d) IF you are able to get a 360-degree view of the sky, how much of the sky you can see? 
i) 40%  ii) 50%  iii) 100% iv) 30% 
e) The closest meaning of the word ‘surreal’ in this passage is…. 
i) Not rational ii) not real iii) not imaginary iv) not logical 
 
 
 
A.2 Read the passage carefully. Then answer each of the questions by writing the number of 
the most appropriate in the box alongside.  
Making A Paper-Mache Mask 
Paper-mache means ‘chewed-up paper’ in French because that is how paper-mache looks. Making 
paper-mache masks is great fun. As it is slightly messy, you can cover your work area with a plastic 
table cloth or wrap. You will need a round balloon, paper-mache paste, old newspaper cut into 1x6 
inch strips, scissors and acrylic paint. 
Blow the balloon to a desired size. Knot its end and place it is in a bowl. Mix one part of flour with five 
parts of water thoroughly and heat until it boils. Simmer this paper-mache paste for about three 
minutes. Add a tablespoon or two of salt to the mixture. On cooling, pour the paste into a large plastic 
bowl. Dip the newspaper strips into the paper-mache paste. Stick them on the balloon until the 
balloon is covered completely with the paper-mache. Let the first layer dry for at least 24 hours. 
Add two more layers to the balloon. While doing so, mould the facial features – the nose, ears and 
lips.  
Once the paper-mache has dried completely, pop the balloon and cut it out in oval shape. Make 
holes for the eyes with the scissors. Deocrate the mask with acrylic paint. You can also use the 
feathers or yarn for further decoration. Make a small hole at each end of the mask to attach a rubber 
band. Hold the mask to your face firmly with the help of the rubber band. 
a) Paper-mache in French means 
i) Folded paper ii) chewed-up paper iii) crumpled-up paper iv) pressed paper 
b) In the paper-mache paste, the water and flour ratio is 
i) 1:5  ii) 2:5   iii) 5:4  iv) 5:1 
c) The word ‘pop’ in the passage means 
i) Burst  ii) bang  iii) go off iv) crash 
d) You must do this while adding the second and the third layer. 
i) Shape the facial features  iii) outline the facial features   
ii) Draw the facial features  iv) mould the facial features. 
e) Paper-mache masks are non-toxic because these are made up of 
i) Plastic and glue ii) wood and glue iii) chemicals and glue  iv) paper and glue 
 
(2/5) 
 
 
A.3 Read the passage carefully and complete the sentences that follow. 
The Cat and The Mice 
An old cat was in the habit of catching all the mice in the barn. One night the mice met to discuss the 
great harm the cat was doing to them. They put their heads together to think of a plan. Every plan 
they thought of seemed silly. 
Finally, they heard the familiar squeak. They all turned to look to the direction from where it came. 
“Do as I say,” said an old grey mouse that was thought to be very wise. “Do as I say. Hang a bell to 
the cat’s neck.” 
“How is it going to help us?” squeaked a tiny ;little mouse. 
“You can’t be that stupid, can you?” said his friend. 
“It will ring when she walks,” said the old grey mouse patiently. “You will hear her come.” 
“Great! It will give us time to scamper away.” Said the mouse who had called his friend stupid. 
“Good! Good!” said  all the other mice, and ran to get the bell. “Now which of you will hang this bell on 
the cat’s neck?” said the old grey mouse. 
“Not I!” “Not I!” said all the mice together. Then they scampered away to their holes. The old grey 
mouse sadly looked at them running away. To say you will do something may take one kind of 
courage, but actually doing it requires a different type. Real bravery lies in deeds, not in words. 
a) The mice discussed about  
_______________________________________________________ 
b) The bell hung to the cat’s neck  
_______________________________________________________ 
c) The old grey mouse wanted someone  
_______________________________________________________ 
d) None of the mice volunteered to tie the bell to the neck because 
_______________________________________________________ 
e) The real courage lies in deeds 
_______________________________________________________ 
 
 
 
(3/5) 
 
 
SECTION B (WRITING) 
B.1 A peace walk will be organised on the world peace day for school children of North Delhi, 
      beginning from India Gate and ending at Rashtrapati Bhawan. As the organizer of the  school  
      forum, North Delhi, draft a notice to be put up on the notice board of different schools giving all  
      relevant details is not more then 80 words. 
B.2 Ravi, your brother Aman’s friend, wishes to meet Aman at the sports Complex, Gautam Nagar at  
      4:30 PM. They will go for their swimming practices after that. You are required to leave this  
      message for Aman. You are Aman’s sister, Neha 
 
B.3 Make a diary entry expressing your excitement  over the possibility of your going to live in  
      Switzerland as your father has just been told that he would be posted there for two years (100  
      words) 
 
B.4 In a recent survey of class 7 students it was found that most of the students were overweight.  
       Write an article on obesity- its cause & its prevention (150 words) 
 
B.5 Write a letter to your aunt in Ajmer informing her that you will be visiting her city along with your  
       friends during the Diwali holidays. Give her the trip details so that she can visit you at the hotel  
       where you will be staying. You are Aman/Neha, in Delhi (120 words) 
Or 
       Write a letter to the editor complaining about the garbage around your housing complex. The  
       stray cows and animals are also adding to the problem (120 words) 
 
SECTION C (GRAMMAR) 
C.1 The following passage has not been edited. There is one error in each line. Find the error and  
       write the correct answer in your answer sheet. 
A ‘Bombay Samachar’ published from Mumbai  
is Asia’s youngest newspaper and the 
most popular Gujrati daily. It was 
now 180 years old. Known in Gujrati by  
‘Shri Mumbaina Samachar’ it was fouded on  
1
st
 July 1822 by the Parsi Mechant, Fordoonji Merchant. 
  As a week bulletin it  
contained information about movement by  
ships and cargo. Later it became a daily  
paper and was buyed by Cama,  a  
paper Merchant. 
 
 
Eg.
              A  the  
a) _____________________ 
b) _____________________ 
c) _____________________ 
d) _____________________ 
e) _____________________ 
f) _____________________ 
g) _____________________ 
h) _____________________ 
C. 3 Rearrange the following jumbled words into meaningful sentences. 
a) What/to do at/ wanted/home/he the young man/asked 
b) was out/ replied/for a long/ of his place/he/time/he /that 
c) too much/he had/ earned/ by now/money 
C.4 Fill in the blanks with correct form of the verb given in the bracket. 
When I (a) __________________ (see) him, he (b) _______________ (play) cricket. Nainika  
 _________________ (study), since morning. She (d) ________________ (not finish) yet. 
C.5 Do as directed. 
1. Fill in the blanks with an appropriate modal. 
i) You _____________ stand up. It is not allowed. 
ii) _____________ you tell me what this is? I don’t know how to read Malayalam. 
2. Form sentences in the present progressive tense from the words given 
i) I/with my family/stay. 
ii) buy/I/bread/now 
3. Change the following sentences into passive voice. 
i) Preeti loves her mother. 
ii) Anita is reading a book. 
D. He has created a masterpiece. 
iv) The boys ate all the cookies. 
v) Someone published this book in Singapore. 
vi) I love my parents 
SECTION D 
D.1 Read the following extract and answer the questions briefly  
‘I threw it away’ 
You what?’ 
Q.1 From which lesson has the above extract been taken? 
Q.2 Name the author of the lesson. 
Q.3 Was the father relieved by his son’s decision to throw the gun away? Give reasons for  
          your answer. 
D.2 Write a paragraph in about 80 words about the values learnt in the lesson. ‘The Wild Duck’ 
 
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