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ENGLISH 
 Class - VI 
Date – 
General Instructions : 
• This paper consists of 4 sections : 
 Section A  Reading 20 marks 
 Section B Writing 25 marks 
 Section C Grammar 20 marks 
 Section D Literature 25 marks 
• Attempt all the questions according to instructions. 
• Don’t write anything on the question paper. 
• All the answers must be correctly numbered as in the question paper. 
• Ensure that questions for each section are answered together. 
• Read each question carefully and follow instructions. 
 
SECTION - A (Reading) 20 marks 
A1. Read the passage carefully:  
 I came to a shop called the lucky shop. The shopkeeper wanted everybody to try their 
 luck. There were numbered discs from 1 to 10 facing down. You had to pay 50 paise, 
 pick up any six discs and add up the numbers. The article marked with that number was 
 yours. I wanted to try my luck. I paid 50 paise and tried it. My luck was not too good. I 
 got two pencils. The shopkeeper bought them for 25 paise, I tried again and got an ink-
 bottle. The shopkeeper bought that too for 25 paise. In the hope of winning a big prize, I 
 tried my luck again and again till the last 50 paise disappeared.  
 I came back to my house and told the whole incident to my father. He patted me and  said, 
 "The man made a fool of you." He played tricks to tempt you.  
 Choose the correct option:          (5)  
 1. What did the writer have to pay to try his luck?  
    a. 25 paise  b. 50 paise    c. nothing   d. 10 paise  
  2. What did the writer get for the first time?  
    a. clock   b. ink-bottle   c. 2 pencils   d. ring  
 3.  What did the writer win at the end?  
   a. nothing  b. ink-bottle   c. 2 pencils   d. clock  
 4.  What did the father say to the writer?  
   a. the man made him fool    b. don't try your luck again  
   c. don't waste your money    d. you are a bad boy  
 5.  Which of the following word from the passage means 'to attract'?  
   a. hope   b. disappeared   c. patted   d. tempt  
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(1/6) 
ENGLISH 
 Class - VI 
Date – 
General Instructions : 
• This paper consists of 4 sections : 
 Section A  Reading 20 marks 
 Section B Writing 25 marks 
 Section C Grammar 20 marks 
 Section D Literature 25 marks 
• Attempt all the questions according to instructions. 
• Don’t write anything on the question paper. 
• All the answers must be correctly numbered as in the question paper. 
• Ensure that questions for each section are answered together. 
• Read each question carefully and follow instructions. 
 
SECTION - A (Reading) 20 marks 
A1. Read the passage carefully:  
 I came to a shop called the lucky shop. The shopkeeper wanted everybody to try their 
 luck. There were numbered discs from 1 to 10 facing down. You had to pay 50 paise, 
 pick up any six discs and add up the numbers. The article marked with that number was 
 yours. I wanted to try my luck. I paid 50 paise and tried it. My luck was not too good. I 
 got two pencils. The shopkeeper bought them for 25 paise, I tried again and got an ink-
 bottle. The shopkeeper bought that too for 25 paise. In the hope of winning a big prize, I 
 tried my luck again and again till the last 50 paise disappeared.  
 I came back to my house and told the whole incident to my father. He patted me and  said, 
 "The man made a fool of you." He played tricks to tempt you.  
 Choose the correct option:          (5)  
 1. What did the writer have to pay to try his luck?  
    a. 25 paise  b. 50 paise    c. nothing   d. 10 paise  
  2. What did the writer get for the first time?  
    a. clock   b. ink-bottle   c. 2 pencils   d. ring  
 3.  What did the writer win at the end?  
   a. nothing  b. ink-bottle   c. 2 pencils   d. clock  
 4.  What did the father say to the writer?  
   a. the man made him fool    b. don't try your luck again  
   c. don't waste your money    d. you are a bad boy  
 5.  Which of the following word from the passage means 'to attract'?  
   a. hope   b. disappeared   c. patted   d. tempt  
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A2.  Read the passage carefully:  
Toto was a pretty monkey. His bright eyes sparkled with mischief beneath his eyebrows and 
his teeth, which were pearly white, were very often displayed in a smile. His hands looked 
dried-up but his fingers were quick and wicked. His tail, while adding to his good looks, also 
served as a third hand. He could use it to hang from a branch.  
Grandfather bought Toto from a tonga-driver for five rupees. Grandmother always fussed 
when grandfather brought home some new bird or animal. So it was decided that Toto's 
presence should be kept a secret from her until she was in a good mood. Grandfather and I put 
him away in a little closet opening into my bedroom wall, where he was tied securely. 
 Choose the correct option and write the answer:       (5)  
 1. Where did grandfather buy Toto from and for how much money?  
   a. from a zoo for five rupees   b. from a tonga-driver for five rupees  
   c. from a tonga-driver for three   d. from a zoo for three rupees 
 2. What did grandfather think about the tail? 
  a. the tail serves as a third hand     b.  monkey should not have a tail 
  c. a tail would add to anyone's good looks   d.  everyone should have a tail 
 3. When did grandmother get worried?  
  a. when some guests came to their house   
  b. when grandfather brought a gift  
  c. when grandfather kept a secret     
  d. when grandfather brought home some new bird or animal.  
 4. Where did grandfather hide Toto?  
  a.  in the garden   b. in a little closet into the writer's bedroom  
  c.  in his coat   d. in the store room  
 5.  Which of the following word from the passage is the synonym of 'evil'?  
  a. mischief   b. fussed   c. quick   d. wicked  
A3. Read the passage carefully:  
On April 12, 2011, five dacoits entered a village in Odisha at night. The villagers were fast 
asleep, when the dacoits sneaked into the house of the Shandilyas and attacked the family. 10 
year old Prasannata, who was fast asleep, woke up when she heard her father screaming. The 
dacoits had attacked her father with a sharp instrument. She saw her parents crying in pain. 
Without losing her cool Prasannata tiptoed into the kitchen. "I couldn't watch my parents in 
pain. I saw two jars containing chilli powder and the other turmeric. I didn't know which was 
what. So I mixed both and rushed back to the bedroom. I threw the powder into the eyes of the 
three dacoits," she said. By the time the dacoits could recover, Prasannata had called the 
police. Her proud parents said that they were surprised by their daughter's bravery. "We are 
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ENGLISH 
 Class - VI 
Date – 
General Instructions : 
• This paper consists of 4 sections : 
 Section A  Reading 20 marks 
 Section B Writing 25 marks 
 Section C Grammar 20 marks 
 Section D Literature 25 marks 
• Attempt all the questions according to instructions. 
• Don’t write anything on the question paper. 
• All the answers must be correctly numbered as in the question paper. 
• Ensure that questions for each section are answered together. 
• Read each question carefully and follow instructions. 
 
SECTION - A (Reading) 20 marks 
A1. Read the passage carefully:  
 I came to a shop called the lucky shop. The shopkeeper wanted everybody to try their 
 luck. There were numbered discs from 1 to 10 facing down. You had to pay 50 paise, 
 pick up any six discs and add up the numbers. The article marked with that number was 
 yours. I wanted to try my luck. I paid 50 paise and tried it. My luck was not too good. I 
 got two pencils. The shopkeeper bought them for 25 paise, I tried again and got an ink-
 bottle. The shopkeeper bought that too for 25 paise. In the hope of winning a big prize, I 
 tried my luck again and again till the last 50 paise disappeared.  
 I came back to my house and told the whole incident to my father. He patted me and  said, 
 "The man made a fool of you." He played tricks to tempt you.  
 Choose the correct option:          (5)  
 1. What did the writer have to pay to try his luck?  
    a. 25 paise  b. 50 paise    c. nothing   d. 10 paise  
  2. What did the writer get for the first time?  
    a. clock   b. ink-bottle   c. 2 pencils   d. ring  
 3.  What did the writer win at the end?  
   a. nothing  b. ink-bottle   c. 2 pencils   d. clock  
 4.  What did the father say to the writer?  
   a. the man made him fool    b. don't try your luck again  
   c. don't waste your money    d. you are a bad boy  
 5.  Which of the following word from the passage means 'to attract'?  
   a. hope   b. disappeared   c. patted   d. tempt  
(2/6) 
A2.  Read the passage carefully:  
Toto was a pretty monkey. His bright eyes sparkled with mischief beneath his eyebrows and 
his teeth, which were pearly white, were very often displayed in a smile. His hands looked 
dried-up but his fingers were quick and wicked. His tail, while adding to his good looks, also 
served as a third hand. He could use it to hang from a branch.  
Grandfather bought Toto from a tonga-driver for five rupees. Grandmother always fussed 
when grandfather brought home some new bird or animal. So it was decided that Toto's 
presence should be kept a secret from her until she was in a good mood. Grandfather and I put 
him away in a little closet opening into my bedroom wall, where he was tied securely. 
 Choose the correct option and write the answer:       (5)  
 1. Where did grandfather buy Toto from and for how much money?  
   a. from a zoo for five rupees   b. from a tonga-driver for five rupees  
   c. from a tonga-driver for three   d. from a zoo for three rupees 
 2. What did grandfather think about the tail? 
  a. the tail serves as a third hand     b.  monkey should not have a tail 
  c. a tail would add to anyone's good looks   d.  everyone should have a tail 
 3. When did grandmother get worried?  
  a. when some guests came to their house   
  b. when grandfather brought a gift  
  c. when grandfather kept a secret     
  d. when grandfather brought home some new bird or animal.  
 4. Where did grandfather hide Toto?  
  a.  in the garden   b. in a little closet into the writer's bedroom  
  c.  in his coat   d. in the store room  
 5.  Which of the following word from the passage is the synonym of 'evil'?  
  a. mischief   b. fussed   c. quick   d. wicked  
A3. Read the passage carefully:  
On April 12, 2011, five dacoits entered a village in Odisha at night. The villagers were fast 
asleep, when the dacoits sneaked into the house of the Shandilyas and attacked the family. 10 
year old Prasannata, who was fast asleep, woke up when she heard her father screaming. The 
dacoits had attacked her father with a sharp instrument. She saw her parents crying in pain. 
Without losing her cool Prasannata tiptoed into the kitchen. "I couldn't watch my parents in 
pain. I saw two jars containing chilli powder and the other turmeric. I didn't know which was 
what. So I mixed both and rushed back to the bedroom. I threw the powder into the eyes of the 
three dacoits," she said. By the time the dacoits could recover, Prasannata had called the 
police. Her proud parents said that they were surprised by their daughter's bravery. "We are 
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proud of her," said Prasannata's father. Prasannata received the National Bravery Award in 
January 2012. She wants to be an IPS Officer when she grows up.  
 (i)  When did the dacoits enter the village?       (2)  
 (ii)  What had the dacoits done to Prasannata's father?      (2)  
 (iii)  What did Prasannata do to the dacoits?       (2)  
 (iv)  State whether TRUE / FALSE:        (2)  
  a) Prasannata was 15 years old.  
  b) Prasannata wants to become an IPS Officer.  
 (v)  Give words from the passage which means:-      (1)  
  a) walk very quietly -  b) regain _ 
 (vi)  Give the opposites:          (1)  
  a) sharp -   b) proud – 
SECTION - B (Writing) 25 marks 
B1.  The Eco-Club unit of your school wants to go for a clean drive at the railway station of 
 your town to instill a sense of cleanliness in the people. As the president of Eco-club, 
 write a notice for your school notice board asking the students to give their names for 
 this drive.             (5)  
B2.  Read the telephonic conversation between Rishav and Sonu. On the basis of the 
 conversation, write the message in 50 words. Put the message in a box.   (5)  
 Rishav: Hello! May I have Sachin on the line please?  
 Sonu: I'm sorry, he is not at home right now. I am his elder brother Sonu. Is there 
 something important to convey him?  
 Rishav: Yes, I am his friend Rishav. Sachin has my History book. Please tell him to 
 bring the book along with him while coming for tuition. Also tell him to bring his notes 
 copy of History. I have to take down some notes from it.  
 Sonu: Anything else?  
 Rishav: No. Thank you.  
 Sonu: I will surely convey the message to him.  
B3.  Write a paragraph on “My role model”.       (7) 
     OR 
 Write a paragraph on “Importance of reading books”.  
B4. Write a letter to your father describing your life and activities in your new school. 
 * big and spacious school  * big playground     * helpful and kind teachers (8) 
 * co-operative classmates  * lots of activities        
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ENGLISH 
 Class - VI 
Date – 
General Instructions : 
• This paper consists of 4 sections : 
 Section A  Reading 20 marks 
 Section B Writing 25 marks 
 Section C Grammar 20 marks 
 Section D Literature 25 marks 
• Attempt all the questions according to instructions. 
• Don’t write anything on the question paper. 
• All the answers must be correctly numbered as in the question paper. 
• Ensure that questions for each section are answered together. 
• Read each question carefully and follow instructions. 
 
SECTION - A (Reading) 20 marks 
A1. Read the passage carefully:  
 I came to a shop called the lucky shop. The shopkeeper wanted everybody to try their 
 luck. There were numbered discs from 1 to 10 facing down. You had to pay 50 paise, 
 pick up any six discs and add up the numbers. The article marked with that number was 
 yours. I wanted to try my luck. I paid 50 paise and tried it. My luck was not too good. I 
 got two pencils. The shopkeeper bought them for 25 paise, I tried again and got an ink-
 bottle. The shopkeeper bought that too for 25 paise. In the hope of winning a big prize, I 
 tried my luck again and again till the last 50 paise disappeared.  
 I came back to my house and told the whole incident to my father. He patted me and  said, 
 "The man made a fool of you." He played tricks to tempt you.  
 Choose the correct option:          (5)  
 1. What did the writer have to pay to try his luck?  
    a. 25 paise  b. 50 paise    c. nothing   d. 10 paise  
  2. What did the writer get for the first time?  
    a. clock   b. ink-bottle   c. 2 pencils   d. ring  
 3.  What did the writer win at the end?  
   a. nothing  b. ink-bottle   c. 2 pencils   d. clock  
 4.  What did the father say to the writer?  
   a. the man made him fool    b. don't try your luck again  
   c. don't waste your money    d. you are a bad boy  
 5.  Which of the following word from the passage means 'to attract'?  
   a. hope   b. disappeared   c. patted   d. tempt  
(2/6) 
A2.  Read the passage carefully:  
Toto was a pretty monkey. His bright eyes sparkled with mischief beneath his eyebrows and 
his teeth, which were pearly white, were very often displayed in a smile. His hands looked 
dried-up but his fingers were quick and wicked. His tail, while adding to his good looks, also 
served as a third hand. He could use it to hang from a branch.  
Grandfather bought Toto from a tonga-driver for five rupees. Grandmother always fussed 
when grandfather brought home some new bird or animal. So it was decided that Toto's 
presence should be kept a secret from her until she was in a good mood. Grandfather and I put 
him away in a little closet opening into my bedroom wall, where he was tied securely. 
 Choose the correct option and write the answer:       (5)  
 1. Where did grandfather buy Toto from and for how much money?  
   a. from a zoo for five rupees   b. from a tonga-driver for five rupees  
   c. from a tonga-driver for three   d. from a zoo for three rupees 
 2. What did grandfather think about the tail? 
  a. the tail serves as a third hand     b.  monkey should not have a tail 
  c. a tail would add to anyone's good looks   d.  everyone should have a tail 
 3. When did grandmother get worried?  
  a. when some guests came to their house   
  b. when grandfather brought a gift  
  c. when grandfather kept a secret     
  d. when grandfather brought home some new bird or animal.  
 4. Where did grandfather hide Toto?  
  a.  in the garden   b. in a little closet into the writer's bedroom  
  c.  in his coat   d. in the store room  
 5.  Which of the following word from the passage is the synonym of 'evil'?  
  a. mischief   b. fussed   c. quick   d. wicked  
A3. Read the passage carefully:  
On April 12, 2011, five dacoits entered a village in Odisha at night. The villagers were fast 
asleep, when the dacoits sneaked into the house of the Shandilyas and attacked the family. 10 
year old Prasannata, who was fast asleep, woke up when she heard her father screaming. The 
dacoits had attacked her father with a sharp instrument. She saw her parents crying in pain. 
Without losing her cool Prasannata tiptoed into the kitchen. "I couldn't watch my parents in 
pain. I saw two jars containing chilli powder and the other turmeric. I didn't know which was 
what. So I mixed both and rushed back to the bedroom. I threw the powder into the eyes of the 
three dacoits," she said. By the time the dacoits could recover, Prasannata had called the 
police. Her proud parents said that they were surprised by their daughter's bravery. "We are 
(3/6) 
proud of her," said Prasannata's father. Prasannata received the National Bravery Award in 
January 2012. She wants to be an IPS Officer when she grows up.  
 (i)  When did the dacoits enter the village?       (2)  
 (ii)  What had the dacoits done to Prasannata's father?      (2)  
 (iii)  What did Prasannata do to the dacoits?       (2)  
 (iv)  State whether TRUE / FALSE:        (2)  
  a) Prasannata was 15 years old.  
  b) Prasannata wants to become an IPS Officer.  
 (v)  Give words from the passage which means:-      (1)  
  a) walk very quietly -  b) regain _ 
 (vi)  Give the opposites:          (1)  
  a) sharp -   b) proud – 
SECTION - B (Writing) 25 marks 
B1.  The Eco-Club unit of your school wants to go for a clean drive at the railway station of 
 your town to instill a sense of cleanliness in the people. As the president of Eco-club, 
 write a notice for your school notice board asking the students to give their names for 
 this drive.             (5)  
B2.  Read the telephonic conversation between Rishav and Sonu. On the basis of the 
 conversation, write the message in 50 words. Put the message in a box.   (5)  
 Rishav: Hello! May I have Sachin on the line please?  
 Sonu: I'm sorry, he is not at home right now. I am his elder brother Sonu. Is there 
 something important to convey him?  
 Rishav: Yes, I am his friend Rishav. Sachin has my History book. Please tell him to 
 bring the book along with him while coming for tuition. Also tell him to bring his notes 
 copy of History. I have to take down some notes from it.  
 Sonu: Anything else?  
 Rishav: No. Thank you.  
 Sonu: I will surely convey the message to him.  
B3.  Write a paragraph on “My role model”.       (7) 
     OR 
 Write a paragraph on “Importance of reading books”.  
B4. Write a letter to your father describing your life and activities in your new school. 
 * big and spacious school  * big playground     * helpful and kind teachers (8) 
 * co-operative classmates  * lots of activities        
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SECTION - C (Grammar) 20 marks 
C1.  The following passage has not been edited. There is one error in each line. Write 
 the correct answer in the blank provided.       (4) 
 An egg is pack with protein – the building block of a) ________________ 
 life. Egg protein contain all the essential  b) ________________ 
 amino-acids one needs. Grown children need protein  c) ________________ 
 to build our bodies, and adults need it to repair d) ________________ 
 damage or worn-out tissues. e) ________________ 
 Eggs are rich in vitamins and minerals, vital for health f) ________________ 
 skin, blood, teeth and bones and for good eyesight. 
 Since eggs are easy digestible, they g) ________________ 
 make a excellent semisolid food for babies. h) ________________ 
C2.  Rearrange the following words/phrases in correct order to form meaningful 
 sentences.       (2)  
a) was / by / discovered / New York / Italian navigator / an.  
 b) of  his time/ Arthur Ashe/ great/ tennis player/ a/ was  
C3.  Choose the correct options to complete the paragraph:     (4) 
 In the final match of the Champions League T20 tournament, (a) _________ 
 Indian Premiere League Team Chennai Super Kings (b) _________ the Chevrolet 
 Warriors (c) _________ 8 wickets. Earlier, the Chevrolet Warriors won the toss (d) 
 _________ elected to bat first (e) _________ the Wanderers cricket ground. They 
 managed to get 128 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in all, in the 20 over game. At the 
 same time, the Chennai team (f) _________ to score 132 runs (g) _________ the loss of 
 2 wickets in 19 overs only. After winning the game the Chennai captain MS Dhoni 
 received the trophy with (h) _________ team. 
(a) i) the ii) a iii) an iv) × 
(b) i) beats ii) beat iii) beating iv) is beat 
(c) i) through ii) from iii) to iv) by 
(d) i) but ii) and iii) so iv) because 
(e) i) on ii) in iii) to iv) at 
(f) i) managed ii) manage iii) is managed iv) managing 
(g) i) to ii) from  iii) by iv) for 
(h) i) her ii) their iii) its iv) his 
 
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ENGLISH 
 Class - VI 
Date – 
General Instructions : 
• This paper consists of 4 sections : 
 Section A  Reading 20 marks 
 Section B Writing 25 marks 
 Section C Grammar 20 marks 
 Section D Literature 25 marks 
• Attempt all the questions according to instructions. 
• Don’t write anything on the question paper. 
• All the answers must be correctly numbered as in the question paper. 
• Ensure that questions for each section are answered together. 
• Read each question carefully and follow instructions. 
 
SECTION - A (Reading) 20 marks 
A1. Read the passage carefully:  
 I came to a shop called the lucky shop. The shopkeeper wanted everybody to try their 
 luck. There were numbered discs from 1 to 10 facing down. You had to pay 50 paise, 
 pick up any six discs and add up the numbers. The article marked with that number was 
 yours. I wanted to try my luck. I paid 50 paise and tried it. My luck was not too good. I 
 got two pencils. The shopkeeper bought them for 25 paise, I tried again and got an ink-
 bottle. The shopkeeper bought that too for 25 paise. In the hope of winning a big prize, I 
 tried my luck again and again till the last 50 paise disappeared.  
 I came back to my house and told the whole incident to my father. He patted me and  said, 
 "The man made a fool of you." He played tricks to tempt you.  
 Choose the correct option:          (5)  
 1. What did the writer have to pay to try his luck?  
    a. 25 paise  b. 50 paise    c. nothing   d. 10 paise  
  2. What did the writer get for the first time?  
    a. clock   b. ink-bottle   c. 2 pencils   d. ring  
 3.  What did the writer win at the end?  
   a. nothing  b. ink-bottle   c. 2 pencils   d. clock  
 4.  What did the father say to the writer?  
   a. the man made him fool    b. don't try your luck again  
   c. don't waste your money    d. you are a bad boy  
 5.  Which of the following word from the passage means 'to attract'?  
   a. hope   b. disappeared   c. patted   d. tempt  
(2/6) 
A2.  Read the passage carefully:  
Toto was a pretty monkey. His bright eyes sparkled with mischief beneath his eyebrows and 
his teeth, which were pearly white, were very often displayed in a smile. His hands looked 
dried-up but his fingers were quick and wicked. His tail, while adding to his good looks, also 
served as a third hand. He could use it to hang from a branch.  
Grandfather bought Toto from a tonga-driver for five rupees. Grandmother always fussed 
when grandfather brought home some new bird or animal. So it was decided that Toto's 
presence should be kept a secret from her until she was in a good mood. Grandfather and I put 
him away in a little closet opening into my bedroom wall, where he was tied securely. 
 Choose the correct option and write the answer:       (5)  
 1. Where did grandfather buy Toto from and for how much money?  
   a. from a zoo for five rupees   b. from a tonga-driver for five rupees  
   c. from a tonga-driver for three   d. from a zoo for three rupees 
 2. What did grandfather think about the tail? 
  a. the tail serves as a third hand     b.  monkey should not have a tail 
  c. a tail would add to anyone's good looks   d.  everyone should have a tail 
 3. When did grandmother get worried?  
  a. when some guests came to their house   
  b. when grandfather brought a gift  
  c. when grandfather kept a secret     
  d. when grandfather brought home some new bird or animal.  
 4. Where did grandfather hide Toto?  
  a.  in the garden   b. in a little closet into the writer's bedroom  
  c.  in his coat   d. in the store room  
 5.  Which of the following word from the passage is the synonym of 'evil'?  
  a. mischief   b. fussed   c. quick   d. wicked  
A3. Read the passage carefully:  
On April 12, 2011, five dacoits entered a village in Odisha at night. The villagers were fast 
asleep, when the dacoits sneaked into the house of the Shandilyas and attacked the family. 10 
year old Prasannata, who was fast asleep, woke up when she heard her father screaming. The 
dacoits had attacked her father with a sharp instrument. She saw her parents crying in pain. 
Without losing her cool Prasannata tiptoed into the kitchen. "I couldn't watch my parents in 
pain. I saw two jars containing chilli powder and the other turmeric. I didn't know which was 
what. So I mixed both and rushed back to the bedroom. I threw the powder into the eyes of the 
three dacoits," she said. By the time the dacoits could recover, Prasannata had called the 
police. Her proud parents said that they were surprised by their daughter's bravery. "We are 
(3/6) 
proud of her," said Prasannata's father. Prasannata received the National Bravery Award in 
January 2012. She wants to be an IPS Officer when she grows up.  
 (i)  When did the dacoits enter the village?       (2)  
 (ii)  What had the dacoits done to Prasannata's father?      (2)  
 (iii)  What did Prasannata do to the dacoits?       (2)  
 (iv)  State whether TRUE / FALSE:        (2)  
  a) Prasannata was 15 years old.  
  b) Prasannata wants to become an IPS Officer.  
 (v)  Give words from the passage which means:-      (1)  
  a) walk very quietly -  b) regain _ 
 (vi)  Give the opposites:          (1)  
  a) sharp -   b) proud – 
SECTION - B (Writing) 25 marks 
B1.  The Eco-Club unit of your school wants to go for a clean drive at the railway station of 
 your town to instill a sense of cleanliness in the people. As the president of Eco-club, 
 write a notice for your school notice board asking the students to give their names for 
 this drive.             (5)  
B2.  Read the telephonic conversation between Rishav and Sonu. On the basis of the 
 conversation, write the message in 50 words. Put the message in a box.   (5)  
 Rishav: Hello! May I have Sachin on the line please?  
 Sonu: I'm sorry, he is not at home right now. I am his elder brother Sonu. Is there 
 something important to convey him?  
 Rishav: Yes, I am his friend Rishav. Sachin has my History book. Please tell him to 
 bring the book along with him while coming for tuition. Also tell him to bring his notes 
 copy of History. I have to take down some notes from it.  
 Sonu: Anything else?  
 Rishav: No. Thank you.  
 Sonu: I will surely convey the message to him.  
B3.  Write a paragraph on “My role model”.       (7) 
     OR 
 Write a paragraph on “Importance of reading books”.  
B4. Write a letter to your father describing your life and activities in your new school. 
 * big and spacious school  * big playground     * helpful and kind teachers (8) 
 * co-operative classmates  * lots of activities        
(4/6) 
SECTION - C (Grammar) 20 marks 
C1.  The following passage has not been edited. There is one error in each line. Write 
 the correct answer in the blank provided.       (4) 
 An egg is pack with protein – the building block of a) ________________ 
 life. Egg protein contain all the essential  b) ________________ 
 amino-acids one needs. Grown children need protein  c) ________________ 
 to build our bodies, and adults need it to repair d) ________________ 
 damage or worn-out tissues. e) ________________ 
 Eggs are rich in vitamins and minerals, vital for health f) ________________ 
 skin, blood, teeth and bones and for good eyesight. 
 Since eggs are easy digestible, they g) ________________ 
 make a excellent semisolid food for babies. h) ________________ 
C2.  Rearrange the following words/phrases in correct order to form meaningful 
 sentences.       (2)  
a) was / by / discovered / New York / Italian navigator / an.  
 b) of  his time/ Arthur Ashe/ great/ tennis player/ a/ was  
C3.  Choose the correct options to complete the paragraph:     (4) 
 In the final match of the Champions League T20 tournament, (a) _________ 
 Indian Premiere League Team Chennai Super Kings (b) _________ the Chevrolet 
 Warriors (c) _________ 8 wickets. Earlier, the Chevrolet Warriors won the toss (d) 
 _________ elected to bat first (e) _________ the Wanderers cricket ground. They 
 managed to get 128 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in all, in the 20 over game. At the 
 same time, the Chennai team (f) _________ to score 132 runs (g) _________ the loss of 
 2 wickets in 19 overs only. After winning the game the Chennai captain MS Dhoni 
 received the trophy with (h) _________ team. 
(a) i) the ii) a iii) an iv) × 
(b) i) beats ii) beat iii) beating iv) is beat 
(c) i) through ii) from iii) to iv) by 
(d) i) but ii) and iii) so iv) because 
(e) i) on ii) in iii) to iv) at 
(f) i) managed ii) manage iii) is managed iv) managing 
(g) i) to ii) from  iii) by iv) for 
(h) i) her ii) their iii) its iv) his 
 
(5/6) 
C4.  Choose the correct form of verbs to complete the sentences:     (2)  
  i) Joseph died last week. He ______from cancer for some time. (suffer)  
ii) Tailor birds are small birds ______ in Asia. (find) 
  iii) Ria ______ the movie many times before, but it never impressed her. (see)  
  iv) The flower Rafflesia ______ a repulsive odour similar to that of a rotting meat. (emit) 
C5. Do as directed.  
 (a)  Replace the phrases with correct forms of the words given.    (2) 
 (escape, charm, halt) 
  i)  She _______ by the side of the road so that I could get off the van.  
  ii) As there was no real evidence against him, the thief _______being punished.  
 (b)  Fill in the blanks with phrasal verbs:       (2) 
  i)  I thought he _____ the part of Ravana with great skill. (carried over/carried of) 
  ii) “Don't blame me; I'm only _____ my orders,” said Beena. (carrying out /  
       carried away) 
 (c)  Give the homophones of the following words:      (1) 
  i) bows  -    ii) pale  - 
 (d)  Underline the correct option:         (3)  
  i) We had (every third / third every) day off.  
   ii.) Don't carry the puppies up to the second floor! Let them learn to climb 
    the stairs (theirselves / themselves). 
   iii)  He (disguised / concealed) himself by wearing a false beard.  
   iv)  Would you like a (scoop of / slice of) cake?  
   v) I don't have (any / many) homework.  
   vi)  Do not (rebel / reveal) this secret to anyone.  
SECTION - D (Literature) 25 marks 
D1.  Read the sentence and choose the correct answer from the following:   (3) 
 “ I always suspected you were behind the mice, but I wondered for years how the 
 snake got in." 
 a) Who suspected?     (mother / aunt) 
 b) Who is 'you' referred to?    (Philip / The author) 
 c) The garter snake mentioned here was,  (76 cm long / 50 cm long) 
 
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