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 Page 1


  
 
 
 
  
General Instructions : 
(i) Attempt all the questions. 
CLASS-VII 
 
ENGLISH 
 
 
 
  
(ii) Answers must be correctly ·numbered as in the question 
paper. (iii) Questions for each section must be ·answered together. 
This paper is divided into 4 sections : 
Section A-Reading : 16 marks 
Section B-Writing 
Section C Grammar 
Section D-Literature 
: 24 marks 
: 16 marks 
: 24 marks 
 
 
 
SECTION-A : READING 
 
1.  Read  the  poem  carefully  and  answer  the  questions  that  follow : 
The  Future 
What does  the future hold for us? 
 
Smog-filled skies and poison cars 
And broken land with useless dust 
And Nature's beauty behind bars. 
 
 
Can i walk  into a forest 
 
And surround  myself with trees 
Yet know that it will remain 
For  me to visit as I please? 
 
 
Can I sit upon the seashore 
 
And breathe in salty air, 
Or will it be so dirty 
That  it is unsafe to be there? 
 
 
 
P.T.O. 
Page 2


  
 
 
 
  
General Instructions : 
(i) Attempt all the questions. 
CLASS-VII 
 
ENGLISH 
 
 
 
  
(ii) Answers must be correctly ·numbered as in the question 
paper. (iii) Questions for each section must be ·answered together. 
This paper is divided into 4 sections : 
Section A-Reading : 16 marks 
Section B-Writing 
Section C Grammar 
Section D-Literature 
: 24 marks 
: 16 marks 
: 24 marks 
 
 
 
SECTION-A : READING 
 
1.  Read  the  poem  carefully  and  answer  the  questions  that  follow : 
The  Future 
What does  the future hold for us? 
 
Smog-filled skies and poison cars 
And broken land with useless dust 
And Nature's beauty behind bars. 
 
 
Can i walk  into a forest 
 
And surround  myself with trees 
Yet know that it will remain 
For  me to visit as I please? 
 
 
Can I sit upon the seashore 
 
And breathe in salty air, 
Or will it be so dirty 
That  it is unsafe to be there? 
 
 
 
P.T.O. 
I know  that I can today Do 
all the things I've  side But  
when  today is yesterday 
Will all  these things be dead? 
 
 
 
This  problem  is enormous 
 
As we gradually  take  heed. 
So we  must fix it quickly, 
Using  words  and thoughts  and  deeds. 
 
 
 
If we save what's  there  before us 
 
So it'll  be there when we go 
 
Then  we'll  leave a gift  more precious 
Than our  kids will ever know. 
 
1.1   Complete the summary of the poem by write the missing the missing word in the given 
blank.  (l6x112=8) 
According to the poet the future carries (a)                  skies,(b)                   land and cars that 
cause (c)  . He wishes to walk amidst (d)  in the (e)  or (f) 
  by the seashore and (g)  salty air. But he fears that all that will be (h) 
  one day. It is an (i)   problem that must b(J)   immediately through 
our (k)   , (I)  and (m)  . If we (n)  What we have today, we 
will  leave  a  (o)    gift for  our (p)    generation. 
 
2.  :Read the  passage  given  below and  answer  the  questions that  follow  : 
 
1.   Bismillah Khan, who was widely known for this secular outlook was born in 1916. He 
spent his childhood  in the holy city of Varanasi, on the banks of the Ganga. As a 
teenager, he was highly influenced by his uncle who was the official shehnai player in 
the famous Vishwanath temple. Bismillah too became interested in playing the shehnai. 
2.  His greatest moment came, when India gained Independence on 15 August 1947 and he 
became the first Indian to greet the nation with his shehnai. He played to an audience, 
which included Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru. The maestro again came into 
the limelight when he performed Rage Kati from Red Fort on India's first Republic Day 
ceremony. 
3.  Bismillah  Khan, a devout  Muslim, played the shehnia every morning at the Kashi 
Vishwanath  temple with the same piety with which he read  his namaz. There was 
 
 
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Page 3


  
 
 
 
  
General Instructions : 
(i) Attempt all the questions. 
CLASS-VII 
 
ENGLISH 
 
 
 
  
(ii) Answers must be correctly ·numbered as in the question 
paper. (iii) Questions for each section must be ·answered together. 
This paper is divided into 4 sections : 
Section A-Reading : 16 marks 
Section B-Writing 
Section C Grammar 
Section D-Literature 
: 24 marks 
: 16 marks 
: 24 marks 
 
 
 
SECTION-A : READING 
 
1.  Read  the  poem  carefully  and  answer  the  questions  that  follow : 
The  Future 
What does  the future hold for us? 
 
Smog-filled skies and poison cars 
And broken land with useless dust 
And Nature's beauty behind bars. 
 
 
Can i walk  into a forest 
 
And surround  myself with trees 
Yet know that it will remain 
For  me to visit as I please? 
 
 
Can I sit upon the seashore 
 
And breathe in salty air, 
Or will it be so dirty 
That  it is unsafe to be there? 
 
 
 
P.T.O. 
I know  that I can today Do 
all the things I've  side But  
when  today is yesterday 
Will all  these things be dead? 
 
 
 
This  problem  is enormous 
 
As we gradually  take  heed. 
So we  must fix it quickly, 
Using  words  and thoughts  and  deeds. 
 
 
 
If we save what's  there  before us 
 
So it'll  be there when we go 
 
Then  we'll  leave a gift  more precious 
Than our  kids will ever know. 
 
1.1   Complete the summary of the poem by write the missing the missing word in the given 
blank.  (l6x112=8) 
According to the poet the future carries (a)                  skies,(b)                   land and cars that 
cause (c)  . He wishes to walk amidst (d)  in the (e)  or (f) 
  by the seashore and (g)  salty air. But he fears that all that will be (h) 
  one day. It is an (i)   problem that must b(J)   immediately through 
our (k)   , (I)  and (m)  . If we (n)  What we have today, we 
will  leave  a  (o)    gift for  our (p)    generation. 
 
2.  :Read the  passage  given  below and  answer  the  questions that  follow  : 
 
1.   Bismillah Khan, who was widely known for this secular outlook was born in 1916. He 
spent his childhood  in the holy city of Varanasi, on the banks of the Ganga. As a 
teenager, he was highly influenced by his uncle who was the official shehnai player in 
the famous Vishwanath temple. Bismillah too became interested in playing the shehnai. 
2.  His greatest moment came, when India gained Independence on 15 August 1947 and he 
became the first Indian to greet the nation with his shehnai. He played to an audience, 
which included Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru. The maestro again came into 
the limelight when he performed Rage Kati from Red Fort on India's first Republic Day 
ceremony. 
3.  Bismillah  Khan, a devout  Muslim, played the shehnia every morning at the Kashi 
Vishwanath  temple with the same piety with which he read  his namaz. There was 
 
 
( 2 ) 
nothing more satisfying for him than playing on the banks of the Ganga. Bismillah had 
on ce said, "Music transcends   barriers, more so that of religion :·in fact, music is 
religion in itself, it. Binds people-and so does the Ganga. 
4.  Bismillah Khan passed away on 21 August 2006 at the age of ninety. Read what some 
of the British newspapers wrote about him. The Daily Telegraph wrote:' Although the 
instrument is traditionally played at Indian weddings, Bismillah was able to extract · 
music of such classical purity that his compositions came to represent 'the sound of 
India'. He had always been a devotee of Saraswati, the Goddess of Learning. Calling 
Bismillab Khan a 'living symbol of Muslim-Hindu reconciliation'.The Tzmes noted that 
his mastery over the shehnai made him a national hero. It wrote :'A pious Muslim who 
lived almost all his life in the. holy Hindu city ofVaranasi, playing shehnai in a temple 
by the river Ganga, he came to symbolize Hindu-Muslim unity in India. Bimillah Khan 
was strongly of the view that music needed to be propagated in society. " If music were 
to be incorporated in the daily curriculum, I can assure you that children would grow up 
to be better. and  healthier  human  beings." 
2.1 Answer the following  questions : (6xi   = 6 Marks) 
(a) Who was  Bismillah  Khan? 
 
(b)  Which event  was a moment of great pride for  him? 
(c)  Who was Bismillah  Khan's uncle? 
(d)  Why is music compared to religion  in the  passage? 
 
(e)  According  to "The Times", what did Bismillah  Khan  symbolize? 
(f) How can  music help the children  of today? 
 
2.2 Find words from  the text which mean the same ·as the following  :
 
(2xl   = 2marks) 
(a) rises above  or goes beyond (para 3) 
(b) deeply  religious (para 4) 
SECTION-B  : WRITING 
 
3.  Students today are found to prefer unhealthy fast food to healthy home-cooked meals. As 
secretary of the Health and Gourmet Club, design an attractive poster for the students of 
your school to highlight the benefits of healthy food  and the harmful effects of Junk food. 
Also create a catchy  slogan for your  poster.                                                      (5 marks) 
4.  Read the information given below and write a bio-sketch of the great scientist, Sir Isaac 
Newton in about  120  words.                                                                                 (6  marks) 
Brith : in 1642  on  Christmas day 
Place of birth : a small  village of  Woolsthrope, Lincolnshire 
 
 
 
Page 4


  
 
 
 
  
General Instructions : 
(i) Attempt all the questions. 
CLASS-VII 
 
ENGLISH 
 
 
 
  
(ii) Answers must be correctly ·numbered as in the question 
paper. (iii) Questions for each section must be ·answered together. 
This paper is divided into 4 sections : 
Section A-Reading : 16 marks 
Section B-Writing 
Section C Grammar 
Section D-Literature 
: 24 marks 
: 16 marks 
: 24 marks 
 
 
 
SECTION-A : READING 
 
1.  Read  the  poem  carefully  and  answer  the  questions  that  follow : 
The  Future 
What does  the future hold for us? 
 
Smog-filled skies and poison cars 
And broken land with useless dust 
And Nature's beauty behind bars. 
 
 
Can i walk  into a forest 
 
And surround  myself with trees 
Yet know that it will remain 
For  me to visit as I please? 
 
 
Can I sit upon the seashore 
 
And breathe in salty air, 
Or will it be so dirty 
That  it is unsafe to be there? 
 
 
 
P.T.O. 
I know  that I can today Do 
all the things I've  side But  
when  today is yesterday 
Will all  these things be dead? 
 
 
 
This  problem  is enormous 
 
As we gradually  take  heed. 
So we  must fix it quickly, 
Using  words  and thoughts  and  deeds. 
 
 
 
If we save what's  there  before us 
 
So it'll  be there when we go 
 
Then  we'll  leave a gift  more precious 
Than our  kids will ever know. 
 
1.1   Complete the summary of the poem by write the missing the missing word in the given 
blank.  (l6x112=8) 
According to the poet the future carries (a)                  skies,(b)                   land and cars that 
cause (c)  . He wishes to walk amidst (d)  in the (e)  or (f) 
  by the seashore and (g)  salty air. But he fears that all that will be (h) 
  one day. It is an (i)   problem that must b(J)   immediately through 
our (k)   , (I)  and (m)  . If we (n)  What we have today, we 
will  leave  a  (o)    gift for  our (p)    generation. 
 
2.  :Read the  passage  given  below and  answer  the  questions that  follow  : 
 
1.   Bismillah Khan, who was widely known for this secular outlook was born in 1916. He 
spent his childhood  in the holy city of Varanasi, on the banks of the Ganga. As a 
teenager, he was highly influenced by his uncle who was the official shehnai player in 
the famous Vishwanath temple. Bismillah too became interested in playing the shehnai. 
2.  His greatest moment came, when India gained Independence on 15 August 1947 and he 
became the first Indian to greet the nation with his shehnai. He played to an audience, 
which included Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru. The maestro again came into 
the limelight when he performed Rage Kati from Red Fort on India's first Republic Day 
ceremony. 
3.  Bismillah  Khan, a devout  Muslim, played the shehnia every morning at the Kashi 
Vishwanath  temple with the same piety with which he read  his namaz. There was 
 
 
( 2 ) 
nothing more satisfying for him than playing on the banks of the Ganga. Bismillah had 
on ce said, "Music transcends   barriers, more so that of religion :·in fact, music is 
religion in itself, it. Binds people-and so does the Ganga. 
4.  Bismillah Khan passed away on 21 August 2006 at the age of ninety. Read what some 
of the British newspapers wrote about him. The Daily Telegraph wrote:' Although the 
instrument is traditionally played at Indian weddings, Bismillah was able to extract · 
music of such classical purity that his compositions came to represent 'the sound of 
India'. He had always been a devotee of Saraswati, the Goddess of Learning. Calling 
Bismillab Khan a 'living symbol of Muslim-Hindu reconciliation'.The Tzmes noted that 
his mastery over the shehnai made him a national hero. It wrote :'A pious Muslim who 
lived almost all his life in the. holy Hindu city ofVaranasi, playing shehnai in a temple 
by the river Ganga, he came to symbolize Hindu-Muslim unity in India. Bimillah Khan 
was strongly of the view that music needed to be propagated in society. " If music were 
to be incorporated in the daily curriculum, I can assure you that children would grow up 
to be better. and  healthier  human  beings." 
2.1 Answer the following  questions : (6xi   = 6 Marks) 
(a) Who was  Bismillah  Khan? 
 
(b)  Which event  was a moment of great pride for  him? 
(c)  Who was Bismillah  Khan's uncle? 
(d)  Why is music compared to religion  in the  passage? 
 
(e)  According  to "The Times", what did Bismillah  Khan  symbolize? 
(f) How can  music help the children  of today? 
 
2.2 Find words from  the text which mean the same ·as the following  :
 
(2xl   = 2marks) 
(a) rises above  or goes beyond (para 3) 
(b) deeply  religious (para 4) 
SECTION-B  : WRITING 
 
3.  Students today are found to prefer unhealthy fast food to healthy home-cooked meals. As 
secretary of the Health and Gourmet Club, design an attractive poster for the students of 
your school to highlight the benefits of healthy food  and the harmful effects of Junk food. 
Also create a catchy  slogan for your  poster.                                                      (5 marks) 
4.  Read the information given below and write a bio-sketch of the great scientist, Sir Isaac 
Newton in about  120  words.                                                                                 (6  marks) 
Brith : in 1642  on  Christmas day 
Place of birth : a small  village of  Woolsthrope, Lincolnshire 
 
 
 
Parents : Father died, other remarried a clergyman 
 
Education :studied physics and mathematics at Trinity College, Cambridge University 
Contribution to science : Laws of motion and the law of  universal  gravitation 
Death : 20th March 1726 
Sir lsaac Newton was(a)   in a(b)   .After 
 
his father's (c)  .Newton studied (d)------- 
His   marvelous   contribution   (e)       . He   (f) 
 
 
 
5.  Write a factual description of a mobile phone in 120-150 words using the following points : 
(6 marks) 
 
Communication tool-easily portable-wide coverage area-convenient-wireless phone 
system-innumerable features-voice and text message service. Picture messaging, video 
games, internet, data transfer-consists of a key pad or touch screen to enter data-allows 
user to make and receive phone calls from any place-rechargeable battery provides power 
source. 
 
6.  In spite of being the residents of the capital city, the Delhites face a number of 
problems. As a responsible citizen, write a letter to the Editor of The Indian Express, New 
Dew Delhi, on the issues mentioned below, in 150-170 words. Your letter should also 
include suggestions to sort out these problems. You are Sameer Vats, a resident of Villa 
#302 A-Civil Lines, New Delhi.  (7  marks) 
 
• traffic jam at  peak hours 
 
• overcrowded  and unsafe public transport 
 
• people disobeying  traffic rules-a common sight 
 
• poor people of roads-specially during rainy season. 
 
SECTION  C : GRAMMER 
 
7.  Rearrange the words  to form  meaningful sentences : 
 
(a) the/ must/ postman/  be/ that. 
(b) the/ reward/ them/ for/ a/ him/ gavel timely/ police/ informing 
 
(c) will/ to/ money/ he/ her/ not/ the 
 
(3x I  = 3  marks) 
 
8.  Rewrite  the following sentences in  Passive Voice : 
 
(a) The teacher will tell us a good story. 
(b) Who left the door open? 
(c) Keep the glass on the table. 
(4x1  = marks) 
 
 
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General Instructions : 
(i) Attempt all the questions. 
CLASS-VII 
 
ENGLISH 
 
 
 
  
(ii) Answers must be correctly ·numbered as in the question 
paper. (iii) Questions for each section must be ·answered together. 
This paper is divided into 4 sections : 
Section A-Reading : 16 marks 
Section B-Writing 
Section C Grammar 
Section D-Literature 
: 24 marks 
: 16 marks 
: 24 marks 
 
 
 
SECTION-A : READING 
 
1.  Read  the  poem  carefully  and  answer  the  questions  that  follow : 
The  Future 
What does  the future hold for us? 
 
Smog-filled skies and poison cars 
And broken land with useless dust 
And Nature's beauty behind bars. 
 
 
Can i walk  into a forest 
 
And surround  myself with trees 
Yet know that it will remain 
For  me to visit as I please? 
 
 
Can I sit upon the seashore 
 
And breathe in salty air, 
Or will it be so dirty 
That  it is unsafe to be there? 
 
 
 
P.T.O. 
I know  that I can today Do 
all the things I've  side But  
when  today is yesterday 
Will all  these things be dead? 
 
 
 
This  problem  is enormous 
 
As we gradually  take  heed. 
So we  must fix it quickly, 
Using  words  and thoughts  and  deeds. 
 
 
 
If we save what's  there  before us 
 
So it'll  be there when we go 
 
Then  we'll  leave a gift  more precious 
Than our  kids will ever know. 
 
1.1   Complete the summary of the poem by write the missing the missing word in the given 
blank.  (l6x112=8) 
According to the poet the future carries (a)                  skies,(b)                   land and cars that 
cause (c)  . He wishes to walk amidst (d)  in the (e)  or (f) 
  by the seashore and (g)  salty air. But he fears that all that will be (h) 
  one day. It is an (i)   problem that must b(J)   immediately through 
our (k)   , (I)  and (m)  . If we (n)  What we have today, we 
will  leave  a  (o)    gift for  our (p)    generation. 
 
2.  :Read the  passage  given  below and  answer  the  questions that  follow  : 
 
1.   Bismillah Khan, who was widely known for this secular outlook was born in 1916. He 
spent his childhood  in the holy city of Varanasi, on the banks of the Ganga. As a 
teenager, he was highly influenced by his uncle who was the official shehnai player in 
the famous Vishwanath temple. Bismillah too became interested in playing the shehnai. 
2.  His greatest moment came, when India gained Independence on 15 August 1947 and he 
became the first Indian to greet the nation with his shehnai. He played to an audience, 
which included Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru. The maestro again came into 
the limelight when he performed Rage Kati from Red Fort on India's first Republic Day 
ceremony. 
3.  Bismillah  Khan, a devout  Muslim, played the shehnia every morning at the Kashi 
Vishwanath  temple with the same piety with which he read  his namaz. There was 
 
 
( 2 ) 
nothing more satisfying for him than playing on the banks of the Ganga. Bismillah had 
on ce said, "Music transcends   barriers, more so that of religion :·in fact, music is 
religion in itself, it. Binds people-and so does the Ganga. 
4.  Bismillah Khan passed away on 21 August 2006 at the age of ninety. Read what some 
of the British newspapers wrote about him. The Daily Telegraph wrote:' Although the 
instrument is traditionally played at Indian weddings, Bismillah was able to extract · 
music of such classical purity that his compositions came to represent 'the sound of 
India'. He had always been a devotee of Saraswati, the Goddess of Learning. Calling 
Bismillab Khan a 'living symbol of Muslim-Hindu reconciliation'.The Tzmes noted that 
his mastery over the shehnai made him a national hero. It wrote :'A pious Muslim who 
lived almost all his life in the. holy Hindu city ofVaranasi, playing shehnai in a temple 
by the river Ganga, he came to symbolize Hindu-Muslim unity in India. Bimillah Khan 
was strongly of the view that music needed to be propagated in society. " If music were 
to be incorporated in the daily curriculum, I can assure you that children would grow up 
to be better. and  healthier  human  beings." 
2.1 Answer the following  questions : (6xi   = 6 Marks) 
(a) Who was  Bismillah  Khan? 
 
(b)  Which event  was a moment of great pride for  him? 
(c)  Who was Bismillah  Khan's uncle? 
(d)  Why is music compared to religion  in the  passage? 
 
(e)  According  to "The Times", what did Bismillah  Khan  symbolize? 
(f) How can  music help the children  of today? 
 
2.2 Find words from  the text which mean the same ·as the following  :
 
(2xl   = 2marks) 
(a) rises above  or goes beyond (para 3) 
(b) deeply  religious (para 4) 
SECTION-B  : WRITING 
 
3.  Students today are found to prefer unhealthy fast food to healthy home-cooked meals. As 
secretary of the Health and Gourmet Club, design an attractive poster for the students of 
your school to highlight the benefits of healthy food  and the harmful effects of Junk food. 
Also create a catchy  slogan for your  poster.                                                      (5 marks) 
4.  Read the information given below and write a bio-sketch of the great scientist, Sir Isaac 
Newton in about  120  words.                                                                                 (6  marks) 
Brith : in 1642  on  Christmas day 
Place of birth : a small  village of  Woolsthrope, Lincolnshire 
 
 
 
Parents : Father died, other remarried a clergyman 
 
Education :studied physics and mathematics at Trinity College, Cambridge University 
Contribution to science : Laws of motion and the law of  universal  gravitation 
Death : 20th March 1726 
Sir lsaac Newton was(a)   in a(b)   .After 
 
his father's (c)  .Newton studied (d)------- 
His   marvelous   contribution   (e)       . He   (f) 
 
 
 
5.  Write a factual description of a mobile phone in 120-150 words using the following points : 
(6 marks) 
 
Communication tool-easily portable-wide coverage area-convenient-wireless phone 
system-innumerable features-voice and text message service. Picture messaging, video 
games, internet, data transfer-consists of a key pad or touch screen to enter data-allows 
user to make and receive phone calls from any place-rechargeable battery provides power 
source. 
 
6.  In spite of being the residents of the capital city, the Delhites face a number of 
problems. As a responsible citizen, write a letter to the Editor of The Indian Express, New 
Dew Delhi, on the issues mentioned below, in 150-170 words. Your letter should also 
include suggestions to sort out these problems. You are Sameer Vats, a resident of Villa 
#302 A-Civil Lines, New Delhi.  (7  marks) 
 
• traffic jam at  peak hours 
 
• overcrowded  and unsafe public transport 
 
• people disobeying  traffic rules-a common sight 
 
• poor people of roads-specially during rainy season. 
 
SECTION  C : GRAMMER 
 
7.  Rearrange the words  to form  meaningful sentences : 
 
(a) the/ must/ postman/  be/ that. 
(b) the/ reward/ them/ for/ a/ him/ gavel timely/ police/ informing 
 
(c) will/ to/ money/ he/ her/ not/ the 
 
(3x I  = 3  marks) 
 
8.  Rewrite  the following sentences in  Passive Voice : 
 
(a) The teacher will tell us a good story. 
(b) Who left the door open? 
(c) Keep the glass on the table. 
(4x1  = marks) 
 
 
.. 
(4) 
 
(d) They  were  serving  lunch  to· the  guests  that  evening. 
 
9.  Fill in the  blanks  by  using appropriate infinitives : 
 
(a)  The  children  wished  in the  park. 
 
(b) The  school  has  decided     the Tsunami  v1ctims. 
(c)  Marie  has  promised    _ us next  year. 
(3x 1  = 3 marks) 
 
10.  Complete  the defining  relative clause to form  meaningful  sentences  :
 
(4><1  = 4 marks) 
(a) The girl     is wearing  red, is my  sister. 
 
(b) The  flowers  grow  in my  garden  invigorate  me. 
(c)  That  is the  house   owner  has  left the  town. 
(d)  Is  this  book     you  misplaced  yesterday? 
 
11.  Rewrite  of the  following sentences  using 'so............... that' 
 
(a)  The  bu_s was  crowded.  I had  to stand  all  the  way  home. 
(2x 1 = 2 marks) 
 
(b)  My  father  was  pleased  with  my  performance. He gifted  me an  elegant  watch. 
 
SECTION-D : LITERATURE 
 
12.  Read  the given extract  and  answer  the questions  that  follow : 
 
(a)  'The drinks came.  stranger drank his very quickly. Mr. Pickwick was very thankful. 
He began to talk to the stranger  and ask him some questions. Before the stranger could 
answer,  someone  shouted  that  the coach  for  Rochester  was  about  to  leave.' 
(i)   Name  the  story  and  original  writer.  (l) 
 
(ii)  Who  was  the  stranger?  'Why  did  he have  his  drink  very  quickly? (2) 
 
(iii) Do you think Mr. Pic_}(wick should have been thankful to the stranger? Give reasons. 
 
 
 
13.  'Then  round,  and  round,  and  out  and  in 
 
All day the puzzled sage did spin; 
 
In  vain  it mattered  not  a pin,- 
The  pigtail  hung  behind  him. 
(i) Name  the  poet of  this  poem. 
 
(ii)  Why  was  the sage  puzzled? 
(iii)  Explain  the word  'in vain"  the  above  extract? 
(iv)  What  effort  did  the  sage make  to fulfill  his wish? 
 
(2) 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
(1) 
(1) 
(1) 
(2) 
 
 
 
 
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