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Section – A (Comprehension) 
 
Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
It was the festival of spring. A colourfully-dressed crowd of men, women and 
children were all going to the village fair. Some walked, some rode on horses, others 
went in bullock-carts. One little boy ran, very fast with life and laughter, “Come, 
child, come,” called his parents. He hurried towards his parents, and his eyes on the 
toys. “I want that toy,” he begged. 
His father looked at him angrily while his mother was quiet, and said : “Look, child, 
what is before you.” The child could see many footpaths full of people. He felt afraid 
at the corner of entrance there was a sweet-seller, calling out: “Gulabjamun, rasgulla, 
burfi, jalebi”. The child stared and his mouth watered for the burfi that was his 
favourite sweet. “I want that burfi,” but he knew his parents would say no then he 
moved on. 
A man stood holding a pole with yellow, red, green and purple balloons flying from it. 
So he wanted to have them all. But he knew that his parents would say no. so he 
walked on. 
Men, women and children were laughing a shouting madly as they went round and 
round in the swing the child watched them. This time the child made request: “I want 
to have a ride, please, Father, Mother!” 
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1 
 
 
  
 
    
 
    
 
Section – A (Comprehension) 
 
Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
It was the festival of spring. A colourfully-dressed crowd of men, women and 
children were all going to the village fair. Some walked, some rode on horses, others 
went in bullock-carts. One little boy ran, very fast with life and laughter, “Come, 
child, come,” called his parents. He hurried towards his parents, and his eyes on the 
toys. “I want that toy,” he begged. 
His father looked at him angrily while his mother was quiet, and said : “Look, child, 
what is before you.” The child could see many footpaths full of people. He felt afraid 
at the corner of entrance there was a sweet-seller, calling out: “Gulabjamun, rasgulla, 
burfi, jalebi”. The child stared and his mouth watered for the burfi that was his 
favourite sweet. “I want that burfi,” but he knew his parents would say no then he 
moved on. 
A man stood holding a pole with yellow, red, green and purple balloons flying from it. 
So he wanted to have them all. But he knew that his parents would say no. so he 
walked on. 
Men, women and children were laughing a shouting madly as they went round and 
round in the swing the child watched them. This time the child made request: “I want 
to have a ride, please, Father, Mother!” 
2 
 
There was no reply. He turned to look for his parents. They were not there. He 
looked behind. There was no sign of them. So he started crying. Tears rolled down 
from his eyes, a man heard his cry and tried to help him 
Q1. Where were the men, women and children going? (1 Mark) 
Q2. What was the little boy doing? (1 Mark) 
Q3. Mention the three things that the child wanted his parents to buy for him? (2 
Marks) 
Q4. What did the boy see before him? (1Mark) 
Q5. What did the boy see at the corner of the enterance? (1 Mark) 
Q6. Did the boy get the toy, sweets and balloons? Why not?(1.5 Marks) 
Q7. Why were the men, women and children laughing and shouting?( 1Mark) 
Q8. What request did the child make? (1 Mark) 
Q9. What did the child do when he didn’t find his parents? (1 Mark) 
Q10. Who tried to help the child? (1 Mark) 
Q11. Give a suitable title to this passage.  (0.5 Mark) 
Q2.Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (10 marks) 
There were once two tailor birds called Tuntuna and Tuntuni. They passed their days 
flying from the jack-fruit tree to the guava tree and then to the licheetree, or they 
hopped from the brinjal plant to the chilli plant. And all the time they sang,’ Ffrut, 
ffrut, ffrutffrut.” 
One day Tuntuna said to his wife, “My dear Tuntuni, I wish I had some money. I 
should like to buy a pretty new dress for you and a new suit for myself. 
“Tuntuna,”said little Tuntuni, “I have heard that in the jungle there are some pots of 
gold coins. 
“I have heard that too, Tuntuni. I shall go and search in the jungle. I am sure I can 
find a pot of gold coins.” 
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1 
 
 
  
 
    
 
    
 
Section – A (Comprehension) 
 
Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
It was the festival of spring. A colourfully-dressed crowd of men, women and 
children were all going to the village fair. Some walked, some rode on horses, others 
went in bullock-carts. One little boy ran, very fast with life and laughter, “Come, 
child, come,” called his parents. He hurried towards his parents, and his eyes on the 
toys. “I want that toy,” he begged. 
His father looked at him angrily while his mother was quiet, and said : “Look, child, 
what is before you.” The child could see many footpaths full of people. He felt afraid 
at the corner of entrance there was a sweet-seller, calling out: “Gulabjamun, rasgulla, 
burfi, jalebi”. The child stared and his mouth watered for the burfi that was his 
favourite sweet. “I want that burfi,” but he knew his parents would say no then he 
moved on. 
A man stood holding a pole with yellow, red, green and purple balloons flying from it. 
So he wanted to have them all. But he knew that his parents would say no. so he 
walked on. 
Men, women and children were laughing a shouting madly as they went round and 
round in the swing the child watched them. This time the child made request: “I want 
to have a ride, please, Father, Mother!” 
2 
 
There was no reply. He turned to look for his parents. They were not there. He 
looked behind. There was no sign of them. So he started crying. Tears rolled down 
from his eyes, a man heard his cry and tried to help him 
Q1. Where were the men, women and children going? (1 Mark) 
Q2. What was the little boy doing? (1 Mark) 
Q3. Mention the three things that the child wanted his parents to buy for him? (2 
Marks) 
Q4. What did the boy see before him? (1Mark) 
Q5. What did the boy see at the corner of the enterance? (1 Mark) 
Q6. Did the boy get the toy, sweets and balloons? Why not?(1.5 Marks) 
Q7. Why were the men, women and children laughing and shouting?( 1Mark) 
Q8. What request did the child make? (1 Mark) 
Q9. What did the child do when he didn’t find his parents? (1 Mark) 
Q10. Who tried to help the child? (1 Mark) 
Q11. Give a suitable title to this passage.  (0.5 Mark) 
Q2.Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (10 marks) 
There were once two tailor birds called Tuntuna and Tuntuni. They passed their days 
flying from the jack-fruit tree to the guava tree and then to the licheetree, or they 
hopped from the brinjal plant to the chilli plant. And all the time they sang,’ Ffrut, 
ffrut, ffrutffrut.” 
One day Tuntuna said to his wife, “My dear Tuntuni, I wish I had some money. I 
should like to buy a pretty new dress for you and a new suit for myself. 
“Tuntuna,”said little Tuntuni, “I have heard that in the jungle there are some pots of 
gold coins. 
“I have heard that too, Tuntuni. I shall go and search in the jungle. I am sure I can 
find a pot of gold coins.” 
3 
 
“I shall stay here and look after our nest, ” said Tuntuni. “Please come back quickly. I 
shall be very lonely.” 
So Tuntuna flew away. He searched all through the Jungle. 
After many days of searching he found a small coin, under a bush. He took it in his 
beak and carried it home to Tuntuni. 
“Come quickly, Tuntuni, and see what I have found,” he called. 
“What has happened?” Asked Tuntuni. “Please tell me.” 
But Tuntuna said, “I am very tired. Please rub my feet, and afterwards I shall tell 
you what has happened.” 
Tuntuna waited for a moment, and then he said, “Tuntuni, we have become rich.” 
Q1. What kind of the birds are Tuntuna and Tuntuni? (1 Mark) 
Q2. How did the tailor birds pass their time? (1Mark) 
Q3. Why did Tuntuna need money? Give two reasons.  (2 Marks) 
Q4. Why did Tuntuna decide to go to the jungle?  (1 Mark) 
Q5. Did Tuntuni go with Tuntuna to the jungle? Why not? (2 Marks) 
Q6. What did Tuntuna find under a bush? (1 Mark) 
Q7. Why did Tuntuna ask Tuntuni to rub his feet? (1 Mark) 
Q8. What did Tuntuna tell Tuntuni?  (1 Mark) 
Section-B(Literature) 
Section A 
Q1) When and where did Sam drop the teapot?                                                                 
(1) 
Q2) Do you think Sam was clever? Quote any one  example from the text.                                        
(1)              
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1 
 
 
  
 
    
 
    
 
Section – A (Comprehension) 
 
Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
It was the festival of spring. A colourfully-dressed crowd of men, women and 
children were all going to the village fair. Some walked, some rode on horses, others 
went in bullock-carts. One little boy ran, very fast with life and laughter, “Come, 
child, come,” called his parents. He hurried towards his parents, and his eyes on the 
toys. “I want that toy,” he begged. 
His father looked at him angrily while his mother was quiet, and said : “Look, child, 
what is before you.” The child could see many footpaths full of people. He felt afraid 
at the corner of entrance there was a sweet-seller, calling out: “Gulabjamun, rasgulla, 
burfi, jalebi”. The child stared and his mouth watered for the burfi that was his 
favourite sweet. “I want that burfi,” but he knew his parents would say no then he 
moved on. 
A man stood holding a pole with yellow, red, green and purple balloons flying from it. 
So he wanted to have them all. But he knew that his parents would say no. so he 
walked on. 
Men, women and children were laughing a shouting madly as they went round and 
round in the swing the child watched them. This time the child made request: “I want 
to have a ride, please, Father, Mother!” 
2 
 
There was no reply. He turned to look for his parents. They were not there. He 
looked behind. There was no sign of them. So he started crying. Tears rolled down 
from his eyes, a man heard his cry and tried to help him 
Q1. Where were the men, women and children going? (1 Mark) 
Q2. What was the little boy doing? (1 Mark) 
Q3. Mention the three things that the child wanted his parents to buy for him? (2 
Marks) 
Q4. What did the boy see before him? (1Mark) 
Q5. What did the boy see at the corner of the enterance? (1 Mark) 
Q6. Did the boy get the toy, sweets and balloons? Why not?(1.5 Marks) 
Q7. Why were the men, women and children laughing and shouting?( 1Mark) 
Q8. What request did the child make? (1 Mark) 
Q9. What did the child do when he didn’t find his parents? (1 Mark) 
Q10. Who tried to help the child? (1 Mark) 
Q11. Give a suitable title to this passage.  (0.5 Mark) 
Q2.Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (10 marks) 
There were once two tailor birds called Tuntuna and Tuntuni. They passed their days 
flying from the jack-fruit tree to the guava tree and then to the licheetree, or they 
hopped from the brinjal plant to the chilli plant. And all the time they sang,’ Ffrut, 
ffrut, ffrutffrut.” 
One day Tuntuna said to his wife, “My dear Tuntuni, I wish I had some money. I 
should like to buy a pretty new dress for you and a new suit for myself. 
“Tuntuna,”said little Tuntuni, “I have heard that in the jungle there are some pots of 
gold coins. 
“I have heard that too, Tuntuni. I shall go and search in the jungle. I am sure I can 
find a pot of gold coins.” 
3 
 
“I shall stay here and look after our nest, ” said Tuntuni. “Please come back quickly. I 
shall be very lonely.” 
So Tuntuna flew away. He searched all through the Jungle. 
After many days of searching he found a small coin, under a bush. He took it in his 
beak and carried it home to Tuntuni. 
“Come quickly, Tuntuni, and see what I have found,” he called. 
“What has happened?” Asked Tuntuni. “Please tell me.” 
But Tuntuna said, “I am very tired. Please rub my feet, and afterwards I shall tell 
you what has happened.” 
Tuntuna waited for a moment, and then he said, “Tuntuni, we have become rich.” 
Q1. What kind of the birds are Tuntuna and Tuntuni? (1 Mark) 
Q2. How did the tailor birds pass their time? (1Mark) 
Q3. Why did Tuntuna need money? Give two reasons.  (2 Marks) 
Q4. Why did Tuntuna decide to go to the jungle?  (1 Mark) 
Q5. Did Tuntuni go with Tuntuna to the jungle? Why not? (2 Marks) 
Q6. What did Tuntuna find under a bush? (1 Mark) 
Q7. Why did Tuntuna ask Tuntuni to rub his feet? (1 Mark) 
Q8. What did Tuntuna tell Tuntuni?  (1 Mark) 
Section-B(Literature) 
Section A 
Q1) When and where did Sam drop the teapot?                                                                 
(1) 
Q2) Do you think Sam was clever? Quote any one  example from the text.                                        
(1)              
4 
 
Q3) ‘The king did not like Tattercoats’. Give any two examples from the story to 
prove this.                    (2) 
Q4) Tattercoats was born in a royal family yet, her condition was not very good, she 
appeared to be 
poor and without any friends. Why?                                                                                                     
(2) 
Q5) ‘The Snow Leopards are an endangered species’. Why?                                         
(1.5) 
Q6) Where does the Snow Leopard like to live and why?                                                 
(1) 
Q7) Why did the Prince invite Tattercoats to his palace?                                               
(1.5) 
Q8) Do you think that killing animals is justified? Give your answer with reference to 
‘The Snow Leopard’. (2)           
Section B 
Q1) Raymond was both lazy and disobedient. Justify with examples.(2) 
Q2) Why did the sorcerer get angry? Was he justified?                                                  
(1.5) 
Q3) How did the archer land himself into trouble in order to please the Tsar.             
(2) 
Q4) What things did the horse ask the archer to ask the Tsar when they had to go 
to bring princes  
Vassilisa?(2) 
Q5) Why can we call Tsar cruel and heartless? Give evidence.                                                                   
(1.5) 
Section C 
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Section – A (Comprehension) 
 
Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
It was the festival of spring. A colourfully-dressed crowd of men, women and 
children were all going to the village fair. Some walked, some rode on horses, others 
went in bullock-carts. One little boy ran, very fast with life and laughter, “Come, 
child, come,” called his parents. He hurried towards his parents, and his eyes on the 
toys. “I want that toy,” he begged. 
His father looked at him angrily while his mother was quiet, and said : “Look, child, 
what is before you.” The child could see many footpaths full of people. He felt afraid 
at the corner of entrance there was a sweet-seller, calling out: “Gulabjamun, rasgulla, 
burfi, jalebi”. The child stared and his mouth watered for the burfi that was his 
favourite sweet. “I want that burfi,” but he knew his parents would say no then he 
moved on. 
A man stood holding a pole with yellow, red, green and purple balloons flying from it. 
So he wanted to have them all. But he knew that his parents would say no. so he 
walked on. 
Men, women and children were laughing a shouting madly as they went round and 
round in the swing the child watched them. This time the child made request: “I want 
to have a ride, please, Father, Mother!” 
2 
 
There was no reply. He turned to look for his parents. They were not there. He 
looked behind. There was no sign of them. So he started crying. Tears rolled down 
from his eyes, a man heard his cry and tried to help him 
Q1. Where were the men, women and children going? (1 Mark) 
Q2. What was the little boy doing? (1 Mark) 
Q3. Mention the three things that the child wanted his parents to buy for him? (2 
Marks) 
Q4. What did the boy see before him? (1Mark) 
Q5. What did the boy see at the corner of the enterance? (1 Mark) 
Q6. Did the boy get the toy, sweets and balloons? Why not?(1.5 Marks) 
Q7. Why were the men, women and children laughing and shouting?( 1Mark) 
Q8. What request did the child make? (1 Mark) 
Q9. What did the child do when he didn’t find his parents? (1 Mark) 
Q10. Who tried to help the child? (1 Mark) 
Q11. Give a suitable title to this passage.  (0.5 Mark) 
Q2.Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (10 marks) 
There were once two tailor birds called Tuntuna and Tuntuni. They passed their days 
flying from the jack-fruit tree to the guava tree and then to the licheetree, or they 
hopped from the brinjal plant to the chilli plant. And all the time they sang,’ Ffrut, 
ffrut, ffrutffrut.” 
One day Tuntuna said to his wife, “My dear Tuntuni, I wish I had some money. I 
should like to buy a pretty new dress for you and a new suit for myself. 
“Tuntuna,”said little Tuntuni, “I have heard that in the jungle there are some pots of 
gold coins. 
“I have heard that too, Tuntuni. I shall go and search in the jungle. I am sure I can 
find a pot of gold coins.” 
3 
 
“I shall stay here and look after our nest, ” said Tuntuni. “Please come back quickly. I 
shall be very lonely.” 
So Tuntuna flew away. He searched all through the Jungle. 
After many days of searching he found a small coin, under a bush. He took it in his 
beak and carried it home to Tuntuni. 
“Come quickly, Tuntuni, and see what I have found,” he called. 
“What has happened?” Asked Tuntuni. “Please tell me.” 
But Tuntuna said, “I am very tired. Please rub my feet, and afterwards I shall tell 
you what has happened.” 
Tuntuna waited for a moment, and then he said, “Tuntuni, we have become rich.” 
Q1. What kind of the birds are Tuntuna and Tuntuni? (1 Mark) 
Q2. How did the tailor birds pass their time? (1Mark) 
Q3. Why did Tuntuna need money? Give two reasons.  (2 Marks) 
Q4. Why did Tuntuna decide to go to the jungle?  (1 Mark) 
Q5. Did Tuntuni go with Tuntuna to the jungle? Why not? (2 Marks) 
Q6. What did Tuntuna find under a bush? (1 Mark) 
Q7. Why did Tuntuna ask Tuntuni to rub his feet? (1 Mark) 
Q8. What did Tuntuna tell Tuntuni?  (1 Mark) 
Section-B(Literature) 
Section A 
Q1) When and where did Sam drop the teapot?                                                                 
(1) 
Q2) Do you think Sam was clever? Quote any one  example from the text.                                        
(1)              
4 
 
Q3) ‘The king did not like Tattercoats’. Give any two examples from the story to 
prove this.                    (2) 
Q4) Tattercoats was born in a royal family yet, her condition was not very good, she 
appeared to be 
poor and without any friends. Why?                                                                                                     
(2) 
Q5) ‘The Snow Leopards are an endangered species’. Why?                                         
(1.5) 
Q6) Where does the Snow Leopard like to live and why?                                                 
(1) 
Q7) Why did the Prince invite Tattercoats to his palace?                                               
(1.5) 
Q8) Do you think that killing animals is justified? Give your answer with reference to 
‘The Snow Leopard’. (2)           
Section B 
Q1) Raymond was both lazy and disobedient. Justify with examples.(2) 
Q2) Why did the sorcerer get angry? Was he justified?                                                  
(1.5) 
Q3) How did the archer land himself into trouble in order to please the Tsar.             
(2) 
Q4) What things did the horse ask the archer to ask the Tsar when they had to go 
to bring princes  
Vassilisa?(2) 
Q5) Why can we call Tsar cruel and heartless? Give evidence.                                                                   
(1.5) 
Section C 
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Q1)How does the poet describe his fears in the poem ‘Nightmare’? Give two 
examples.                           (1)                   
Q2) Which poem do you like the best in ‘Imaginings’ ?                  (2)   
Q4) What does the poet tell that he wants to be in the poem ‘You Can’t Be That’                                       
(1) 
Section – C (Grammar) 
    
Q-1 Change the following sentences as per the instructions given below: (1x2 = 2) 
(i) We can make a cake with flour, milk and an egg. (Put into the plural) 
(ii) They hit their dog with a stick when they are angry. (Put into the singular) 
Q-2 Write the following into Question and Negative .(0.5 x 4 =2) 
(i) She lives in this house. 
(ii) Neha hurt her arm. 
Q-3 Complete the following sentences with the given alternatives using since/for: 
(1x4=4) 
(1) Nobody has visited me__________ my birthday. 
(2) They haven’t eaten South Indian food ___________over a year. 
(3) It has been raining ______________ morning. 
(4) I have not met them ________last month. 
Q-4:- Fill in the blanks with ‘Simple present, Simple past, Present continuous, 
Past continuous,  or Present perfect or Present perfect continuous tense. 
(20x0.5=10) 
(i) Our school ___________(organise) a dance competition soon. I  want 
to__________(take) part in it with my friends. I am very good at dancing 
and  _____________(win) many competitions. 
(ii) Sneha ______________(like) chocolates but she _______________(eat) 
any for more than two months. She _____________ (try) to lose weight. All 
her friends _________________ (tell) her to give up on sweets for quite 
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