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Instructions: 
 
• You are not allowed to open the dictionary or any text book.  
• Ensure that your question paper contains five printed pages. 
                      
SECTION A – COMPREHENSION (22 MARKS) 
 
I. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
1. Matsya was a beautiful fish who lived in the ocean. She was so tiny that you could hardly see 
her, but she was the happiest fish in the world. Then, one day a big cruel fish saw her and 
thought,”That fish is tiny, yes, but oh, she must be good to eat!” 
2. He went after Matsya, but Matsya dived down through the water and hid among the seaweed 
and rocks. Matsya was clever, yes, but she was scared. “What shall I do?” Cried  Matsya.”The 
big fish wants to eat me up, and I don’t want to be eaten up. I want to live and play and grow. I 
must find some way to save myself.” 
3. Matsya swam and swam until she came to the ocean’s edge. There she met Manu, the 
fisherman. Matsya told Manu her story.”If I continue to live in the ocean, I will surely die, “said 
Matsya.”Oh, we must not let you die!”Said Manu. He took Matsya in his hand with some water 
for her to swim in. 
4. Now Matsya was happy again. Manu’s wife put her in a bowl of water, and his children helped 
their mother to look after her. Everyday Manu fed Matsya, and Matsya grew bigger and 
stronger and wiser and more beautiful. 
5. One day she filled the bowl completely! Then Manu and his family made a little pool for 
Matsya. Matsya swam about in the waters of the pool in and out among the water lilies. 
6. One day Manu took her to a lake in the hills. Matsya played about happily in the lake.             
 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question specifically asks you to quote 
from the passage. 
 Q1. Who was Matsya? Where did she live?                  (1) 
Q2. What did the big cruel fish think about Matsya when he saw her?                      (2) 
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1 
 
 
 
 
   
 
Instructions: 
 
• You are not allowed to open the dictionary or any text book.  
• Ensure that your question paper contains five printed pages. 
                      
SECTION A – COMPREHENSION (22 MARKS) 
 
I. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
1. Matsya was a beautiful fish who lived in the ocean. She was so tiny that you could hardly see 
her, but she was the happiest fish in the world. Then, one day a big cruel fish saw her and 
thought,”That fish is tiny, yes, but oh, she must be good to eat!” 
2. He went after Matsya, but Matsya dived down through the water and hid among the seaweed 
and rocks. Matsya was clever, yes, but she was scared. “What shall I do?” Cried  Matsya.”The 
big fish wants to eat me up, and I don’t want to be eaten up. I want to live and play and grow. I 
must find some way to save myself.” 
3. Matsya swam and swam until she came to the ocean’s edge. There she met Manu, the 
fisherman. Matsya told Manu her story.”If I continue to live in the ocean, I will surely die, “said 
Matsya.”Oh, we must not let you die!”Said Manu. He took Matsya in his hand with some water 
for her to swim in. 
4. Now Matsya was happy again. Manu’s wife put her in a bowl of water, and his children helped 
their mother to look after her. Everyday Manu fed Matsya, and Matsya grew bigger and 
stronger and wiser and more beautiful. 
5. One day she filled the bowl completely! Then Manu and his family made a little pool for 
Matsya. Matsya swam about in the waters of the pool in and out among the water lilies. 
6. One day Manu took her to a lake in the hills. Matsya played about happily in the lake.             
 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question specifically asks you to quote 
from the passage. 
 Q1. Who was Matsya? Where did she live?                  (1) 
Q2. What did the big cruel fish think about Matsya when he saw her?                      (2) 
2 
 
Q3. Where did Matsya hide?                 (1) 
Q4. Why did Matsya cry?                            (1) 
Q5. Who was Manu?                  (1) 
Q6. What did Matsya tell Manu?                (1) 
Q7. Why did Manu hold Matsya in his hand?               (1) 
Q8. What did Manu’s wife do with Matsya?               (1) 
Q9. What did Matsya do in the lake?               (1) 
Q10. Give a suitable title to the passage.              (1) 
 
 
II. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (10 marks) 
1. A monkey comes to a watermelon field. The melons look so good that he picks up one to eat. A 
bullock nearby calls out to him, “May be you don’t know how to eat it. Let me tell you…” 
2. “No! Quiet! It’s none of your business.”The monkey bites into the skin of the melon, but then 
he throws the melon to the ground.”Ah! It tastes bad.” 
3. The bullock tells him that he should have eaten the inside instead of the skin.”Yes, of course. 
We should eat the flesh of the fruits instead of the skin. I know that.” 
4. Then the monkey comes to a field of muskmelon. He selects one melon, breaks it open and 
takes out the flesh, putting a handful into his mouth. Then a donkey nearby tells him,”You 
should have eaten the shell instead of the flesh.” 
5. The monkey spits out the flesh and the seeds, and throws away the shell of the 
muskmelon.”Now I understand-eat the shell, not the flesh!” 
6. Next, he comes upon a walnut tree and picks a green walnut. A magpie shouts at him, “Be 
careful!”But the monkey replies, “Mind your own business! I know, I should eat the shell.”He 
takes one bite of the green shell, but it is very bitter. It tastes so bad that he has to go to the 
riverside to throw it out of his mouth. 
7. Then the magpie comes to tell him, ”Actually, you should eat the nut inside the shell!”Surely, 
now the monkey understands. He soon comes to a pear tree and takes down one pear. He 
smashes open the pear and puts the seed of the fruit into his mouth. Oh, this also tastes so bad 
that he has to spit it out. Then he started crying,”What good are they?-none of them taste 
good. I will never again eat any fruits.” 
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1 
 
 
 
 
   
 
Instructions: 
 
• You are not allowed to open the dictionary or any text book.  
• Ensure that your question paper contains five printed pages. 
                      
SECTION A – COMPREHENSION (22 MARKS) 
 
I. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
1. Matsya was a beautiful fish who lived in the ocean. She was so tiny that you could hardly see 
her, but she was the happiest fish in the world. Then, one day a big cruel fish saw her and 
thought,”That fish is tiny, yes, but oh, she must be good to eat!” 
2. He went after Matsya, but Matsya dived down through the water and hid among the seaweed 
and rocks. Matsya was clever, yes, but she was scared. “What shall I do?” Cried  Matsya.”The 
big fish wants to eat me up, and I don’t want to be eaten up. I want to live and play and grow. I 
must find some way to save myself.” 
3. Matsya swam and swam until she came to the ocean’s edge. There she met Manu, the 
fisherman. Matsya told Manu her story.”If I continue to live in the ocean, I will surely die, “said 
Matsya.”Oh, we must not let you die!”Said Manu. He took Matsya in his hand with some water 
for her to swim in. 
4. Now Matsya was happy again. Manu’s wife put her in a bowl of water, and his children helped 
their mother to look after her. Everyday Manu fed Matsya, and Matsya grew bigger and 
stronger and wiser and more beautiful. 
5. One day she filled the bowl completely! Then Manu and his family made a little pool for 
Matsya. Matsya swam about in the waters of the pool in and out among the water lilies. 
6. One day Manu took her to a lake in the hills. Matsya played about happily in the lake.             
 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question specifically asks you to quote 
from the passage. 
 Q1. Who was Matsya? Where did she live?                  (1) 
Q2. What did the big cruel fish think about Matsya when he saw her?                      (2) 
2 
 
Q3. Where did Matsya hide?                 (1) 
Q4. Why did Matsya cry?                            (1) 
Q5. Who was Manu?                  (1) 
Q6. What did Matsya tell Manu?                (1) 
Q7. Why did Manu hold Matsya in his hand?               (1) 
Q8. What did Manu’s wife do with Matsya?               (1) 
Q9. What did Matsya do in the lake?               (1) 
Q10. Give a suitable title to the passage.              (1) 
 
 
II. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (10 marks) 
1. A monkey comes to a watermelon field. The melons look so good that he picks up one to eat. A 
bullock nearby calls out to him, “May be you don’t know how to eat it. Let me tell you…” 
2. “No! Quiet! It’s none of your business.”The monkey bites into the skin of the melon, but then 
he throws the melon to the ground.”Ah! It tastes bad.” 
3. The bullock tells him that he should have eaten the inside instead of the skin.”Yes, of course. 
We should eat the flesh of the fruits instead of the skin. I know that.” 
4. Then the monkey comes to a field of muskmelon. He selects one melon, breaks it open and 
takes out the flesh, putting a handful into his mouth. Then a donkey nearby tells him,”You 
should have eaten the shell instead of the flesh.” 
5. The monkey spits out the flesh and the seeds, and throws away the shell of the 
muskmelon.”Now I understand-eat the shell, not the flesh!” 
6. Next, he comes upon a walnut tree and picks a green walnut. A magpie shouts at him, “Be 
careful!”But the monkey replies, “Mind your own business! I know, I should eat the shell.”He 
takes one bite of the green shell, but it is very bitter. It tastes so bad that he has to go to the 
riverside to throw it out of his mouth. 
7. Then the magpie comes to tell him, ”Actually, you should eat the nut inside the shell!”Surely, 
now the monkey understands. He soon comes to a pear tree and takes down one pear. He 
smashes open the pear and puts the seed of the fruit into his mouth. Oh, this also tastes so bad 
that he has to spit it out. Then he started crying,”What good are they?-none of them taste 
good. I will never again eat any fruits.” 
3 
 
 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question specifically asks you to quote 
from the passage. 
Q1.How did the monkey eat the watermelon?                     (1) 
Q2.What did the bullock tell the monkey and why?                   (2) 
Q3. Whom did the monkey meet in the muskmelon field? What advice did he give to the 
monkey? (2) 
Q4. Did the monkey like the green walnut? Why did he go to the riverside?      (2) 
Q5. What did the magpie tell the monkey?                    (1) 
Q6.How did the monkey eat the pear?                     (1) 
Q7.Why did the monkey cry?                      (1) 
 
SECTION B - LITERATURE (25 marks) 
 
PART A (12 MARKS)  
Q1.) Oliver was an honest boy. Give two examples.             (2) 
Q2.) Why did Sikes and Toby select Oliver for the robbery?          (2) 
Q3.) What tells us that the Prêt was naughty? Give two examples.         (2) 
Q4.) How did the Prêt trick uncle ken?            (2) 
Q5.) How did Motiram save the baby?         (1) 
Q6.) Kumalo was new to the town. Give two examples from the story to support your answer. (2) 
PART B (9 MARKS) 
Q1.) Do you like the headmaster of Tomoe School? Why/Why not?       (2) 
Q2.) In what two ways is Bal Bharati Public School different from Tomoe school?   (2) 
Q3.) Totto- Chan is very fond of Rocky. Give two examples from the story.      (2) 
Q4.) What was Gareth’s first wish?             (1) 
Q5.) Lynette treated Gareth badly. Give two examples to support your answer.     (2) 
 
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Instructions: 
 
• You are not allowed to open the dictionary or any text book.  
• Ensure that your question paper contains five printed pages. 
                      
SECTION A – COMPREHENSION (22 MARKS) 
 
I. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
1. Matsya was a beautiful fish who lived in the ocean. She was so tiny that you could hardly see 
her, but she was the happiest fish in the world. Then, one day a big cruel fish saw her and 
thought,”That fish is tiny, yes, but oh, she must be good to eat!” 
2. He went after Matsya, but Matsya dived down through the water and hid among the seaweed 
and rocks. Matsya was clever, yes, but she was scared. “What shall I do?” Cried  Matsya.”The 
big fish wants to eat me up, and I don’t want to be eaten up. I want to live and play and grow. I 
must find some way to save myself.” 
3. Matsya swam and swam until she came to the ocean’s edge. There she met Manu, the 
fisherman. Matsya told Manu her story.”If I continue to live in the ocean, I will surely die, “said 
Matsya.”Oh, we must not let you die!”Said Manu. He took Matsya in his hand with some water 
for her to swim in. 
4. Now Matsya was happy again. Manu’s wife put her in a bowl of water, and his children helped 
their mother to look after her. Everyday Manu fed Matsya, and Matsya grew bigger and 
stronger and wiser and more beautiful. 
5. One day she filled the bowl completely! Then Manu and his family made a little pool for 
Matsya. Matsya swam about in the waters of the pool in and out among the water lilies. 
6. One day Manu took her to a lake in the hills. Matsya played about happily in the lake.             
 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question specifically asks you to quote 
from the passage. 
 Q1. Who was Matsya? Where did she live?                  (1) 
Q2. What did the big cruel fish think about Matsya when he saw her?                      (2) 
2 
 
Q3. Where did Matsya hide?                 (1) 
Q4. Why did Matsya cry?                            (1) 
Q5. Who was Manu?                  (1) 
Q6. What did Matsya tell Manu?                (1) 
Q7. Why did Manu hold Matsya in his hand?               (1) 
Q8. What did Manu’s wife do with Matsya?               (1) 
Q9. What did Matsya do in the lake?               (1) 
Q10. Give a suitable title to the passage.              (1) 
 
 
II. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (10 marks) 
1. A monkey comes to a watermelon field. The melons look so good that he picks up one to eat. A 
bullock nearby calls out to him, “May be you don’t know how to eat it. Let me tell you…” 
2. “No! Quiet! It’s none of your business.”The monkey bites into the skin of the melon, but then 
he throws the melon to the ground.”Ah! It tastes bad.” 
3. The bullock tells him that he should have eaten the inside instead of the skin.”Yes, of course. 
We should eat the flesh of the fruits instead of the skin. I know that.” 
4. Then the monkey comes to a field of muskmelon. He selects one melon, breaks it open and 
takes out the flesh, putting a handful into his mouth. Then a donkey nearby tells him,”You 
should have eaten the shell instead of the flesh.” 
5. The monkey spits out the flesh and the seeds, and throws away the shell of the 
muskmelon.”Now I understand-eat the shell, not the flesh!” 
6. Next, he comes upon a walnut tree and picks a green walnut. A magpie shouts at him, “Be 
careful!”But the monkey replies, “Mind your own business! I know, I should eat the shell.”He 
takes one bite of the green shell, but it is very bitter. It tastes so bad that he has to go to the 
riverside to throw it out of his mouth. 
7. Then the magpie comes to tell him, ”Actually, you should eat the nut inside the shell!”Surely, 
now the monkey understands. He soon comes to a pear tree and takes down one pear. He 
smashes open the pear and puts the seed of the fruit into his mouth. Oh, this also tastes so bad 
that he has to spit it out. Then he started crying,”What good are they?-none of them taste 
good. I will never again eat any fruits.” 
3 
 
 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question specifically asks you to quote 
from the passage. 
Q1.How did the monkey eat the watermelon?                     (1) 
Q2.What did the bullock tell the monkey and why?                   (2) 
Q3. Whom did the monkey meet in the muskmelon field? What advice did he give to the 
monkey? (2) 
Q4. Did the monkey like the green walnut? Why did he go to the riverside?      (2) 
Q5. What did the magpie tell the monkey?                    (1) 
Q6.How did the monkey eat the pear?                     (1) 
Q7.Why did the monkey cry?                      (1) 
 
SECTION B - LITERATURE (25 marks) 
 
PART A (12 MARKS)  
Q1.) Oliver was an honest boy. Give two examples.             (2) 
Q2.) Why did Sikes and Toby select Oliver for the robbery?          (2) 
Q3.) What tells us that the Prêt was naughty? Give two examples.         (2) 
Q4.) How did the Prêt trick uncle ken?            (2) 
Q5.) How did Motiram save the baby?         (1) 
Q6.) Kumalo was new to the town. Give two examples from the story to support your answer. (2) 
PART B (9 MARKS) 
Q1.) Do you like the headmaster of Tomoe School? Why/Why not?       (2) 
Q2.) In what two ways is Bal Bharati Public School different from Tomoe school?   (2) 
Q3.) Totto- Chan is very fond of Rocky. Give two examples from the story.      (2) 
Q4.) What was Gareth’s first wish?             (1) 
Q5.) Lynette treated Gareth badly. Give two examples to support your answer.     (2) 
 
4 
 
PART C (4 MARKS)  (ANY TWO) 
Q1.) Which two poems did you like the most from the unit ‘Animals’ and why?     (2) 
Q2.) Who killed the servant man and why in the poem, ‘The Murdered Servant Man’?  (2) 
Q3.) Why did the beggar curse the king and the queen in the poem, ‘The Ballad of Simmer 
Water’? What things did the heard man give to the beggar?          (2) 
 
 
   SECTION C – GRAMMAR  (23 marks) 
 
1. There is an error in each line in the given passage. Write the error and the correction 
against the correct blank number in your answer sheet.  (4) 
   Error Correction 
a) Their were many children  _______________  
 
b)  that participated in the _______________  
 
c) competition but only the few _______________  
 
d) manage to reach the finals. _______________  
 
e)  It was really surprising to knew _______________  
 
f) that most of the winner were _______________  
 
g) girls. Everyone has expected _______________  
 
h) the winners will be boys. _______________ ______________
__ 
 
2. Fill in the blanks using the suitable type of conditionals. (1x 5 = 5) 
(a) Becky will help me clear the table if I ________________ (help) her bake the cake. 
(b) What _______________ (happen) if I press the start button? 
(c) If you _______________ (read) the instructions carefully, you won’t make any 
mistake. 
(d) I ________________ (not take) those apples even if you give them for free. 
(e) She _________________ (be able) to walk fast if she keeps wearing such high heels. 
 
 
 
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1 
 
 
 
 
   
 
Instructions: 
 
• You are not allowed to open the dictionary or any text book.  
• Ensure that your question paper contains five printed pages. 
                      
SECTION A – COMPREHENSION (22 MARKS) 
 
I. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
1. Matsya was a beautiful fish who lived in the ocean. She was so tiny that you could hardly see 
her, but she was the happiest fish in the world. Then, one day a big cruel fish saw her and 
thought,”That fish is tiny, yes, but oh, she must be good to eat!” 
2. He went after Matsya, but Matsya dived down through the water and hid among the seaweed 
and rocks. Matsya was clever, yes, but she was scared. “What shall I do?” Cried  Matsya.”The 
big fish wants to eat me up, and I don’t want to be eaten up. I want to live and play and grow. I 
must find some way to save myself.” 
3. Matsya swam and swam until she came to the ocean’s edge. There she met Manu, the 
fisherman. Matsya told Manu her story.”If I continue to live in the ocean, I will surely die, “said 
Matsya.”Oh, we must not let you die!”Said Manu. He took Matsya in his hand with some water 
for her to swim in. 
4. Now Matsya was happy again. Manu’s wife put her in a bowl of water, and his children helped 
their mother to look after her. Everyday Manu fed Matsya, and Matsya grew bigger and 
stronger and wiser and more beautiful. 
5. One day she filled the bowl completely! Then Manu and his family made a little pool for 
Matsya. Matsya swam about in the waters of the pool in and out among the water lilies. 
6. One day Manu took her to a lake in the hills. Matsya played about happily in the lake.             
 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question specifically asks you to quote 
from the passage. 
 Q1. Who was Matsya? Where did she live?                  (1) 
Q2. What did the big cruel fish think about Matsya when he saw her?                      (2) 
2 
 
Q3. Where did Matsya hide?                 (1) 
Q4. Why did Matsya cry?                            (1) 
Q5. Who was Manu?                  (1) 
Q6. What did Matsya tell Manu?                (1) 
Q7. Why did Manu hold Matsya in his hand?               (1) 
Q8. What did Manu’s wife do with Matsya?               (1) 
Q9. What did Matsya do in the lake?               (1) 
Q10. Give a suitable title to the passage.              (1) 
 
 
II. Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (10 marks) 
1. A monkey comes to a watermelon field. The melons look so good that he picks up one to eat. A 
bullock nearby calls out to him, “May be you don’t know how to eat it. Let me tell you…” 
2. “No! Quiet! It’s none of your business.”The monkey bites into the skin of the melon, but then 
he throws the melon to the ground.”Ah! It tastes bad.” 
3. The bullock tells him that he should have eaten the inside instead of the skin.”Yes, of course. 
We should eat the flesh of the fruits instead of the skin. I know that.” 
4. Then the monkey comes to a field of muskmelon. He selects one melon, breaks it open and 
takes out the flesh, putting a handful into his mouth. Then a donkey nearby tells him,”You 
should have eaten the shell instead of the flesh.” 
5. The monkey spits out the flesh and the seeds, and throws away the shell of the 
muskmelon.”Now I understand-eat the shell, not the flesh!” 
6. Next, he comes upon a walnut tree and picks a green walnut. A magpie shouts at him, “Be 
careful!”But the monkey replies, “Mind your own business! I know, I should eat the shell.”He 
takes one bite of the green shell, but it is very bitter. It tastes so bad that he has to go to the 
riverside to throw it out of his mouth. 
7. Then the magpie comes to tell him, ”Actually, you should eat the nut inside the shell!”Surely, 
now the monkey understands. He soon comes to a pear tree and takes down one pear. He 
smashes open the pear and puts the seed of the fruit into his mouth. Oh, this also tastes so bad 
that he has to spit it out. Then he started crying,”What good are they?-none of them taste 
good. I will never again eat any fruits.” 
3 
 
 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question specifically asks you to quote 
from the passage. 
Q1.How did the monkey eat the watermelon?                     (1) 
Q2.What did the bullock tell the monkey and why?                   (2) 
Q3. Whom did the monkey meet in the muskmelon field? What advice did he give to the 
monkey? (2) 
Q4. Did the monkey like the green walnut? Why did he go to the riverside?      (2) 
Q5. What did the magpie tell the monkey?                    (1) 
Q6.How did the monkey eat the pear?                     (1) 
Q7.Why did the monkey cry?                      (1) 
 
SECTION B - LITERATURE (25 marks) 
 
PART A (12 MARKS)  
Q1.) Oliver was an honest boy. Give two examples.             (2) 
Q2.) Why did Sikes and Toby select Oliver for the robbery?          (2) 
Q3.) What tells us that the Prêt was naughty? Give two examples.         (2) 
Q4.) How did the Prêt trick uncle ken?            (2) 
Q5.) How did Motiram save the baby?         (1) 
Q6.) Kumalo was new to the town. Give two examples from the story to support your answer. (2) 
PART B (9 MARKS) 
Q1.) Do you like the headmaster of Tomoe School? Why/Why not?       (2) 
Q2.) In what two ways is Bal Bharati Public School different from Tomoe school?   (2) 
Q3.) Totto- Chan is very fond of Rocky. Give two examples from the story.      (2) 
Q4.) What was Gareth’s first wish?             (1) 
Q5.) Lynette treated Gareth badly. Give two examples to support your answer.     (2) 
 
4 
 
PART C (4 MARKS)  (ANY TWO) 
Q1.) Which two poems did you like the most from the unit ‘Animals’ and why?     (2) 
Q2.) Who killed the servant man and why in the poem, ‘The Murdered Servant Man’?  (2) 
Q3.) Why did the beggar curse the king and the queen in the poem, ‘The Ballad of Simmer 
Water’? What things did the heard man give to the beggar?          (2) 
 
 
   SECTION C – GRAMMAR  (23 marks) 
 
1. There is an error in each line in the given passage. Write the error and the correction 
against the correct blank number in your answer sheet.  (4) 
   Error Correction 
a) Their were many children  _______________  
 
b)  that participated in the _______________  
 
c) competition but only the few _______________  
 
d) manage to reach the finals. _______________  
 
e)  It was really surprising to knew _______________  
 
f) that most of the winner were _______________  
 
g) girls. Everyone has expected _______________  
 
h) the winners will be boys. _______________ ______________
__ 
 
2. Fill in the blanks using the suitable type of conditionals. (1x 5 = 5) 
(a) Becky will help me clear the table if I ________________ (help) her bake the cake. 
(b) What _______________ (happen) if I press the start button? 
(c) If you _______________ (read) the instructions carefully, you won’t make any 
mistake. 
(d) I ________________ (not take) those apples even if you give them for free. 
(e) She _________________ (be able) to walk fast if she keeps wearing such high heels. 
 
 
 
5 
 
 
 
3. Put the verbs given in the brackets in the correct tense. (1/2 x 10 = 5) 
 1.Mr. Sharma never ___________ (get) up in time in the mornings and always 
______________ (has) to   face trouble for reaching late. 
 
      2.He has decided to _____________ (visit) his granny and ______________ (buy)her an 
alarm clock. 
 
      3. They ___________ ( not send) any Christmas cards last year. 
 
      4. She ______________ (go) to a doctor once a year for an examination.  
      5. They ___________ (talk) about me when I reached home . 
      6. Nothing ____________ (happen) when I got to the meeting . 
      7. I ______________(make) two mistakes in the last quiz. 
      8. At the moment he ____________ (look) for a new job.  
4. Put the following sentences into Reported Speech using the reporting verb in the past 
tense. (4) 
(a) Finish it in an hour.  
(b) Clean the classroom.  
(c) Get me a glass of water. 
(d) Don’t ring the bell. 
 
5. Fill in the blanks using since/for wherever necessary. (1 x 5 = 5) 
(a) They have been waiting for her ________________ evening. 
(b) Marie hasn’t spoken French _______________ years. 
(c) I haven’t driven a car ________________ over six months. 
(d) He hasn’t met me  _____________the  day before yesterday. 
(e) She has been living in this room alone _________ ages. 
  
SECTION – D (COMPOSITION) 
 
Write a paragraph of about 25 lines on any one of the following topics: (10)                                                  
• Write the points neatly before you write the paragraph. 
• The paragraph must be indented or it will be marked zero. 
• Be original and creative. 
 
1. Write a story beginning with ‘The room was in total darkness....’ 
2. The day my best friend lied to me...... 
3. My worst day was.... 
4. When I found a magic wand... 
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