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Section – A (Comprehension) 
 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question specifically asks you to quote from the passage 
Q1.Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:         (10 marks) 
 
1.    I stood on the deck of the S.S. Rajula. As she slowly moved out of Madras harbor, I waved to my grandparents till I could 
see them no more. I was thrilled to be on board a ship. It was a new experience for me.                                                                                                                                            
2.   The ship looked just like a big house. There were furnished rooms, a swimming pool, a room for indoor games and a 
library. Yet, there was plenty of space to run around.                                           
3    The next morning the passengers were having breakfast when the loudspeaker shouted noisily and then the captain’s voice 
came loud and clear. “Friends, we have just received a message that a storm is about to come in the Indian Ocean. I request all 
of you to keep calm. Do not panic. Those who feel seasickness may please stay in their cabins. Thank you.”                                                                                     
4.   There was panic everywhere. I could not understand why all the elders were so upset. I remembered the several sea 
adventures I had read about. This made my imagination run wild. I said, “Wouldn’t it be fun if the storm broke when we have 
lunch? Then the tables, with all the food on them, would run away from us. And the chairs, with us sitting on them, would be 
a merry-go-round.” Everyone round the table stared at me in horror.                                                                                                                                
5.  The storm did not break but in the evening a strong wind started blowing. The ship was rocking and rolling to the music of 
the wind. Huge waves were hitting against it. Even though the deck was slippery, I was running around. That’s when I noticed 
Uncle bent over the railings. I ran up to him, thinking, he too, was enjoying the experience. “Good evening, Uncle, isn’t it 
lovely?” I asked him.                        
6.  However, he wasn’t well at all. He was vomiting over the rails and looked rather blue about the mouth. I felt sorry for him. 
“Can I be of any help? Shall I call the doctor?” I asked him.                       
7.  He couldn’t reply but only held up his hand. As another attack of vomiting shook him he bent over the railings. At the 
same time a huge wave hit the ship. It moved violently and the man fell over the railings into the wild sea.    
 
Q1.Can it be said that the narrator had never travelled by the ship before? Give a reason. (1) 
Q2.Why did the captain think that the people on the ship might panic?    (1) 
Q3.Give two examples of the narrator’s wild imagination.   (2) 
Q4.Give evidence to prove that the narrator read a lot of books. (1) 
Q5.Was the ship luxurious? Give reasons to support you answer. (1) 
Q6.Was the Uncle too enjoying the experience? Give a reason.  (1) 
Q7.Give an example to prove that the narrator was caring and helpful.  (1) 
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1 
 
 
 
     
 
 
 
Section – A (Comprehension) 
 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question specifically asks you to quote from the passage 
Q1.Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:         (10 marks) 
 
1.    I stood on the deck of the S.S. Rajula. As she slowly moved out of Madras harbor, I waved to my grandparents till I could 
see them no more. I was thrilled to be on board a ship. It was a new experience for me.                                                                                                                                            
2.   The ship looked just like a big house. There were furnished rooms, a swimming pool, a room for indoor games and a 
library. Yet, there was plenty of space to run around.                                           
3    The next morning the passengers were having breakfast when the loudspeaker shouted noisily and then the captain’s voice 
came loud and clear. “Friends, we have just received a message that a storm is about to come in the Indian Ocean. I request all 
of you to keep calm. Do not panic. Those who feel seasickness may please stay in their cabins. Thank you.”                                                                                     
4.   There was panic everywhere. I could not understand why all the elders were so upset. I remembered the several sea 
adventures I had read about. This made my imagination run wild. I said, “Wouldn’t it be fun if the storm broke when we have 
lunch? Then the tables, with all the food on them, would run away from us. And the chairs, with us sitting on them, would be 
a merry-go-round.” Everyone round the table stared at me in horror.                                                                                                                                
5.  The storm did not break but in the evening a strong wind started blowing. The ship was rocking and rolling to the music of 
the wind. Huge waves were hitting against it. Even though the deck was slippery, I was running around. That’s when I noticed 
Uncle bent over the railings. I ran up to him, thinking, he too, was enjoying the experience. “Good evening, Uncle, isn’t it 
lovely?” I asked him.                        
6.  However, he wasn’t well at all. He was vomiting over the rails and looked rather blue about the mouth. I felt sorry for him. 
“Can I be of any help? Shall I call the doctor?” I asked him.                       
7.  He couldn’t reply but only held up his hand. As another attack of vomiting shook him he bent over the railings. At the 
same time a huge wave hit the ship. It moved violently and the man fell over the railings into the wild sea.    
 
Q1.Can it be said that the narrator had never travelled by the ship before? Give a reason. (1) 
Q2.Why did the captain think that the people on the ship might panic?    (1) 
Q3.Give two examples of the narrator’s wild imagination.   (2) 
Q4.Give evidence to prove that the narrator read a lot of books. (1) 
Q5.Was the ship luxurious? Give reasons to support you answer. (1) 
Q6.Was the Uncle too enjoying the experience? Give a reason.  (1) 
Q7.Give an example to prove that the narrator was caring and helpful.  (1) 
2 
 
  Q8.a)   “As she slowly moved out of Madras harbor.” What does “she” refer to in the line? ( 0.5) 
 Q9. Find the words from the passage that mean the following:   (1.5) 
               a) Full of excitement (Para 1) 
  b) A feeling of immense fear  (Para 4) 
              c) Containing furniture (Para 2) 
Q2.Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
1 Hari Prasad was the most sought-after man in the marketplace. A palmist supposed to be the best in the area, he lived-
off people's hands as he was believed to possess superior qualities of prediction.  
2 All he had to do was stare at the faint little criss-crossing lines on someone's palm for a little while and the client 
would listen shocked, as the palmist laid his life history exposed before him.  
3 The client would return home somewhat dazed by what he thought were the amazing powers of the astrologer. Few 
realised that Hari Prasad had actually said what was applicable to everyone in general. Later it might strike some that they had 
been taken for a ride. But by then it was too late, they had already paid him his fees.  
4 It was hard to believe Hari Prasad could lie. He had the look of someone very serious and authoritative. So people still 
queued up to have their palms examined and hear a few surprisingly accurate observations about their life - to be followed by 
a whole lot of nonsense. This was courtesy a few discreet enquiries made during the palm-reading session. 
5 One day, in the middle of one such session, the neighbour's boy came running to Hari Prasad's shop: "Chacha (uncle), 
come home immediately. Someone broke into your house and stole all the valuables," he said.  
6 At this, Hari Prasad leapt to his feet and began to run very fast. As he ran home, everyone in the vicinity watched him 
with surprise.  
7 "Hey, he should not be running so fast," said someone, "surely he knew this was going to happen."  
8 "How on earth could he have known that?" asked another person. "Do you think the thief served him a special notice 
that he was going to be robbed?" 
9 "No," said the first man. "But how could Hari Prasad, the man who foretells everyone else's fortune, not have foreseen 
his own? And that too, a theft in his own house?" 
 
Q1. Why was Hari Prasad a most sought-after man in the market place? (1)  
Q2. How did Hari Prasad live off people’s hands? (1) 
Q3. ‘The client would return home somewhat dazed..’ Why? (1) 
Q4. Pick out the sentence which tells you that Hari Prasad’s clients felt that he fooled or cheated them? (1)   
Q5. How did Hari Prasad’s appearance help him in his profession? (1) 
Q6. How was Hari Prasad able to predict his client’s future? What techniques did he use? (2) 
Q7. Why did Hari Prasad leap to his feet and begin to run very fast in paragraph 6? (1) 
Q8. Why did everyone in the vicinity watch Hari Prasad with surprise? (paragraph 6) (1) 
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Section – A (Comprehension) 
 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question specifically asks you to quote from the passage 
Q1.Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:         (10 marks) 
 
1.    I stood on the deck of the S.S. Rajula. As she slowly moved out of Madras harbor, I waved to my grandparents till I could 
see them no more. I was thrilled to be on board a ship. It was a new experience for me.                                                                                                                                            
2.   The ship looked just like a big house. There were furnished rooms, a swimming pool, a room for indoor games and a 
library. Yet, there was plenty of space to run around.                                           
3    The next morning the passengers were having breakfast when the loudspeaker shouted noisily and then the captain’s voice 
came loud and clear. “Friends, we have just received a message that a storm is about to come in the Indian Ocean. I request all 
of you to keep calm. Do not panic. Those who feel seasickness may please stay in their cabins. Thank you.”                                                                                     
4.   There was panic everywhere. I could not understand why all the elders were so upset. I remembered the several sea 
adventures I had read about. This made my imagination run wild. I said, “Wouldn’t it be fun if the storm broke when we have 
lunch? Then the tables, with all the food on them, would run away from us. And the chairs, with us sitting on them, would be 
a merry-go-round.” Everyone round the table stared at me in horror.                                                                                                                                
5.  The storm did not break but in the evening a strong wind started blowing. The ship was rocking and rolling to the music of 
the wind. Huge waves were hitting against it. Even though the deck was slippery, I was running around. That’s when I noticed 
Uncle bent over the railings. I ran up to him, thinking, he too, was enjoying the experience. “Good evening, Uncle, isn’t it 
lovely?” I asked him.                        
6.  However, he wasn’t well at all. He was vomiting over the rails and looked rather blue about the mouth. I felt sorry for him. 
“Can I be of any help? Shall I call the doctor?” I asked him.                       
7.  He couldn’t reply but only held up his hand. As another attack of vomiting shook him he bent over the railings. At the 
same time a huge wave hit the ship. It moved violently and the man fell over the railings into the wild sea.    
 
Q1.Can it be said that the narrator had never travelled by the ship before? Give a reason. (1) 
Q2.Why did the captain think that the people on the ship might panic?    (1) 
Q3.Give two examples of the narrator’s wild imagination.   (2) 
Q4.Give evidence to prove that the narrator read a lot of books. (1) 
Q5.Was the ship luxurious? Give reasons to support you answer. (1) 
Q6.Was the Uncle too enjoying the experience? Give a reason.  (1) 
Q7.Give an example to prove that the narrator was caring and helpful.  (1) 
2 
 
  Q8.a)   “As she slowly moved out of Madras harbor.” What does “she” refer to in the line? ( 0.5) 
 Q9. Find the words from the passage that mean the following:   (1.5) 
               a) Full of excitement (Para 1) 
  b) A feeling of immense fear  (Para 4) 
              c) Containing furniture (Para 2) 
Q2.Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
1 Hari Prasad was the most sought-after man in the marketplace. A palmist supposed to be the best in the area, he lived-
off people's hands as he was believed to possess superior qualities of prediction.  
2 All he had to do was stare at the faint little criss-crossing lines on someone's palm for a little while and the client 
would listen shocked, as the palmist laid his life history exposed before him.  
3 The client would return home somewhat dazed by what he thought were the amazing powers of the astrologer. Few 
realised that Hari Prasad had actually said what was applicable to everyone in general. Later it might strike some that they had 
been taken for a ride. But by then it was too late, they had already paid him his fees.  
4 It was hard to believe Hari Prasad could lie. He had the look of someone very serious and authoritative. So people still 
queued up to have their palms examined and hear a few surprisingly accurate observations about their life - to be followed by 
a whole lot of nonsense. This was courtesy a few discreet enquiries made during the palm-reading session. 
5 One day, in the middle of one such session, the neighbour's boy came running to Hari Prasad's shop: "Chacha (uncle), 
come home immediately. Someone broke into your house and stole all the valuables," he said.  
6 At this, Hari Prasad leapt to his feet and began to run very fast. As he ran home, everyone in the vicinity watched him 
with surprise.  
7 "Hey, he should not be running so fast," said someone, "surely he knew this was going to happen."  
8 "How on earth could he have known that?" asked another person. "Do you think the thief served him a special notice 
that he was going to be robbed?" 
9 "No," said the first man. "But how could Hari Prasad, the man who foretells everyone else's fortune, not have foreseen 
his own? And that too, a theft in his own house?" 
 
Q1. Why was Hari Prasad a most sought-after man in the market place? (1)  
Q2. How did Hari Prasad live off people’s hands? (1) 
Q3. ‘The client would return home somewhat dazed..’ Why? (1) 
Q4. Pick out the sentence which tells you that Hari Prasad’s clients felt that he fooled or cheated them? (1)   
Q5. How did Hari Prasad’s appearance help him in his profession? (1) 
Q6. How was Hari Prasad able to predict his client’s future? What techniques did he use? (2) 
Q7. Why did Hari Prasad leap to his feet and begin to run very fast in paragraph 6? (1) 
Q8. Why did everyone in the vicinity watch Hari Prasad with surprise? (paragraph 6) (1) 
3 
 
Q9. Is there anything funny in the above passage? Explain. (1) 
Q10. Find words from the passage which mean the same as the following: (2) 
 b) unclear 
 c) unnoticable  
Section – B (Literature) 
Part A  
  1. Do you think that the captain was a strict man? Why? (1) 
  2.   Give two examples of magic from the lesson ‘Tattercoats’. (2)  
  3.   Who was kind and who was unforgiving in the lesson ‘Tattercoats’? Give proper evidence to support your answer. (2)  
  4.  Why are snow leopards becoming rare? Explain. (2) 
 5.  What were the reasons for Sam’s anxiety and happiness in the lesson ‘Sam and the Teapot? (2) 
Part B   
1.      Why do you think the woman found it easy to tame the Wild Dog and the Wild Horse? (The Cat that Walked by 
Himself) (2) 
2. Do you admire the horse of power in the lesson ‘The Firebird’? Write in about 40 words. (2) 
3. Do you think Raymond was right in trying out the Sorcerer’s magic spell? Why / why not? (2) 
4. Give two suitable reasons as to why you find the lesson ‘The Two Japanese Folk Plays’ funny. (2) 
5. Who was both curious and silly in the lesson ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice? Give suitable pieces of evidence to support 
your answer. (2) 
6. Who was both cruel and ungrateful in the lesson ‘The Firebird’? Give suitable pieces of evidence to support your answer. 
(2) 
Part C -  
1. Why do you think unit C2 is titled as imaginings? Explain with reference to any two poems from the unit C2. (2)  
2. What are the two things that one must do or not do if one ever sees a creature with thirty seven toes? (The Piffle Poffle) 
(2) 
ONLY FOR TUTORIAL STUDENTS  IN PLACE OF Q4. OF (PART B) 
 
4.Why was the Tsar never neverable to stay happy for a long time? Give examples to support your answer.(2) 
 
Section – C (Grammar) 
Q-1 Write the following into Question and Negative. (0.5 x 4 =2) 
(i) She lives in this house. 
(ii) Nehahurt her arm.    
 
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Section – A (Comprehension) 
 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question specifically asks you to quote from the passage 
Q1.Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:         (10 marks) 
 
1.    I stood on the deck of the S.S. Rajula. As she slowly moved out of Madras harbor, I waved to my grandparents till I could 
see them no more. I was thrilled to be on board a ship. It was a new experience for me.                                                                                                                                            
2.   The ship looked just like a big house. There were furnished rooms, a swimming pool, a room for indoor games and a 
library. Yet, there was plenty of space to run around.                                           
3    The next morning the passengers were having breakfast when the loudspeaker shouted noisily and then the captain’s voice 
came loud and clear. “Friends, we have just received a message that a storm is about to come in the Indian Ocean. I request all 
of you to keep calm. Do not panic. Those who feel seasickness may please stay in their cabins. Thank you.”                                                                                     
4.   There was panic everywhere. I could not understand why all the elders were so upset. I remembered the several sea 
adventures I had read about. This made my imagination run wild. I said, “Wouldn’t it be fun if the storm broke when we have 
lunch? Then the tables, with all the food on them, would run away from us. And the chairs, with us sitting on them, would be 
a merry-go-round.” Everyone round the table stared at me in horror.                                                                                                                                
5.  The storm did not break but in the evening a strong wind started blowing. The ship was rocking and rolling to the music of 
the wind. Huge waves were hitting against it. Even though the deck was slippery, I was running around. That’s when I noticed 
Uncle bent over the railings. I ran up to him, thinking, he too, was enjoying the experience. “Good evening, Uncle, isn’t it 
lovely?” I asked him.                        
6.  However, he wasn’t well at all. He was vomiting over the rails and looked rather blue about the mouth. I felt sorry for him. 
“Can I be of any help? Shall I call the doctor?” I asked him.                       
7.  He couldn’t reply but only held up his hand. As another attack of vomiting shook him he bent over the railings. At the 
same time a huge wave hit the ship. It moved violently and the man fell over the railings into the wild sea.    
 
Q1.Can it be said that the narrator had never travelled by the ship before? Give a reason. (1) 
Q2.Why did the captain think that the people on the ship might panic?    (1) 
Q3.Give two examples of the narrator’s wild imagination.   (2) 
Q4.Give evidence to prove that the narrator read a lot of books. (1) 
Q5.Was the ship luxurious? Give reasons to support you answer. (1) 
Q6.Was the Uncle too enjoying the experience? Give a reason.  (1) 
Q7.Give an example to prove that the narrator was caring and helpful.  (1) 
2 
 
  Q8.a)   “As she slowly moved out of Madras harbor.” What does “she” refer to in the line? ( 0.5) 
 Q9. Find the words from the passage that mean the following:   (1.5) 
               a) Full of excitement (Para 1) 
  b) A feeling of immense fear  (Para 4) 
              c) Containing furniture (Para 2) 
Q2.Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
1 Hari Prasad was the most sought-after man in the marketplace. A palmist supposed to be the best in the area, he lived-
off people's hands as he was believed to possess superior qualities of prediction.  
2 All he had to do was stare at the faint little criss-crossing lines on someone's palm for a little while and the client 
would listen shocked, as the palmist laid his life history exposed before him.  
3 The client would return home somewhat dazed by what he thought were the amazing powers of the astrologer. Few 
realised that Hari Prasad had actually said what was applicable to everyone in general. Later it might strike some that they had 
been taken for a ride. But by then it was too late, they had already paid him his fees.  
4 It was hard to believe Hari Prasad could lie. He had the look of someone very serious and authoritative. So people still 
queued up to have their palms examined and hear a few surprisingly accurate observations about their life - to be followed by 
a whole lot of nonsense. This was courtesy a few discreet enquiries made during the palm-reading session. 
5 One day, in the middle of one such session, the neighbour's boy came running to Hari Prasad's shop: "Chacha (uncle), 
come home immediately. Someone broke into your house and stole all the valuables," he said.  
6 At this, Hari Prasad leapt to his feet and began to run very fast. As he ran home, everyone in the vicinity watched him 
with surprise.  
7 "Hey, he should not be running so fast," said someone, "surely he knew this was going to happen."  
8 "How on earth could he have known that?" asked another person. "Do you think the thief served him a special notice 
that he was going to be robbed?" 
9 "No," said the first man. "But how could Hari Prasad, the man who foretells everyone else's fortune, not have foreseen 
his own? And that too, a theft in his own house?" 
 
Q1. Why was Hari Prasad a most sought-after man in the market place? (1)  
Q2. How did Hari Prasad live off people’s hands? (1) 
Q3. ‘The client would return home somewhat dazed..’ Why? (1) 
Q4. Pick out the sentence which tells you that Hari Prasad’s clients felt that he fooled or cheated them? (1)   
Q5. How did Hari Prasad’s appearance help him in his profession? (1) 
Q6. How was Hari Prasad able to predict his client’s future? What techniques did he use? (2) 
Q7. Why did Hari Prasad leap to his feet and begin to run very fast in paragraph 6? (1) 
Q8. Why did everyone in the vicinity watch Hari Prasad with surprise? (paragraph 6) (1) 
3 
 
Q9. Is there anything funny in the above passage? Explain. (1) 
Q10. Find words from the passage which mean the same as the following: (2) 
 b) unclear 
 c) unnoticable  
Section – B (Literature) 
Part A  
  1. Do you think that the captain was a strict man? Why? (1) 
  2.   Give two examples of magic from the lesson ‘Tattercoats’. (2)  
  3.   Who was kind and who was unforgiving in the lesson ‘Tattercoats’? Give proper evidence to support your answer. (2)  
  4.  Why are snow leopards becoming rare? Explain. (2) 
 5.  What were the reasons for Sam’s anxiety and happiness in the lesson ‘Sam and the Teapot? (2) 
Part B   
1.      Why do you think the woman found it easy to tame the Wild Dog and the Wild Horse? (The Cat that Walked by 
Himself) (2) 
2. Do you admire the horse of power in the lesson ‘The Firebird’? Write in about 40 words. (2) 
3. Do you think Raymond was right in trying out the Sorcerer’s magic spell? Why / why not? (2) 
4. Give two suitable reasons as to why you find the lesson ‘The Two Japanese Folk Plays’ funny. (2) 
5. Who was both curious and silly in the lesson ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice? Give suitable pieces of evidence to support 
your answer. (2) 
6. Who was both cruel and ungrateful in the lesson ‘The Firebird’? Give suitable pieces of evidence to support your answer. 
(2) 
Part C -  
1. Why do you think unit C2 is titled as imaginings? Explain with reference to any two poems from the unit C2. (2)  
2. What are the two things that one must do or not do if one ever sees a creature with thirty seven toes? (The Piffle Poffle) 
(2) 
ONLY FOR TUTORIAL STUDENTS  IN PLACE OF Q4. OF (PART B) 
 
4.Why was the Tsar never neverable to stay happy for a long time? Give examples to support your answer.(2) 
 
Section – C (Grammar) 
Q-1 Write the following into Question and Negative. (0.5 x 4 =2) 
(i) She lives in this house. 
(ii) Nehahurt her arm.    
 
4 
 
Q-2 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-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 __________ the last month. 
 
Q-6 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) Rahul ________________ (go) to school yesterday when his ankle got twisted and he __________________ 
(fall) down. As a result, his clothes _______________ (spoil). He _________________ (feel) really embarrassed 
as people  ____________ (laugh) at him. 
(ii) Jill ____________ (see) a robber yesterday. She actually_______________  (catch) him while he _________ 
(look) for valuable things in her kitchen. She___________  (scream) and he_________________  (run) out 
through the back door. She_______________  (call) the police straight away. 
(iii) Our school ___________(go) to organise a dance competition soon. I __________(take) part in it with my 
friends. I am very good at dancing and  _____________(win) many competitions. 
(iv) 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 
sometime now. 
(v)        She______________  (have) no news since yesterday. Some reporters__________  (knock) on her door. 
 
Q-7:- These are ten errors in the paragraph below. Spot the errors and correct them: (0.5x10=5) 
Two of my friend hate reading. I have a mini-library at my home where I spent a lot of time. Books  is my best 
friends. I am fond for books and my parent keep gift me books. My friends plays all the time and don’t like too read. I 
wished they also become like us. 
 
Section – D (Composition) 
 
Write a paragraph of about 20 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. The day I lost my way…… 
2. If I had a magical flute….. 
3. The one thing I am greedy for….. 
4. When I was alone at home…. 
 
Section – E (Supplementary Test – A Christmas Carol) 
 
Answer the following questions:    (1x8=8)  
 
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Section – A (Comprehension) 
 
Write the answers in your own words unless the question specifically asks you to quote from the passage 
Q1.Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:         (10 marks) 
 
1.    I stood on the deck of the S.S. Rajula. As she slowly moved out of Madras harbor, I waved to my grandparents till I could 
see them no more. I was thrilled to be on board a ship. It was a new experience for me.                                                                                                                                            
2.   The ship looked just like a big house. There were furnished rooms, a swimming pool, a room for indoor games and a 
library. Yet, there was plenty of space to run around.                                           
3    The next morning the passengers were having breakfast when the loudspeaker shouted noisily and then the captain’s voice 
came loud and clear. “Friends, we have just received a message that a storm is about to come in the Indian Ocean. I request all 
of you to keep calm. Do not panic. Those who feel seasickness may please stay in their cabins. Thank you.”                                                                                     
4.   There was panic everywhere. I could not understand why all the elders were so upset. I remembered the several sea 
adventures I had read about. This made my imagination run wild. I said, “Wouldn’t it be fun if the storm broke when we have 
lunch? Then the tables, with all the food on them, would run away from us. And the chairs, with us sitting on them, would be 
a merry-go-round.” Everyone round the table stared at me in horror.                                                                                                                                
5.  The storm did not break but in the evening a strong wind started blowing. The ship was rocking and rolling to the music of 
the wind. Huge waves were hitting against it. Even though the deck was slippery, I was running around. That’s when I noticed 
Uncle bent over the railings. I ran up to him, thinking, he too, was enjoying the experience. “Good evening, Uncle, isn’t it 
lovely?” I asked him.                        
6.  However, he wasn’t well at all. He was vomiting over the rails and looked rather blue about the mouth. I felt sorry for him. 
“Can I be of any help? Shall I call the doctor?” I asked him.                       
7.  He couldn’t reply but only held up his hand. As another attack of vomiting shook him he bent over the railings. At the 
same time a huge wave hit the ship. It moved violently and the man fell over the railings into the wild sea.    
 
Q1.Can it be said that the narrator had never travelled by the ship before? Give a reason. (1) 
Q2.Why did the captain think that the people on the ship might panic?    (1) 
Q3.Give two examples of the narrator’s wild imagination.   (2) 
Q4.Give evidence to prove that the narrator read a lot of books. (1) 
Q5.Was the ship luxurious? Give reasons to support you answer. (1) 
Q6.Was the Uncle too enjoying the experience? Give a reason.  (1) 
Q7.Give an example to prove that the narrator was caring and helpful.  (1) 
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  Q8.a)   “As she slowly moved out of Madras harbor.” What does “she” refer to in the line? ( 0.5) 
 Q9. Find the words from the passage that mean the following:   (1.5) 
               a) Full of excitement (Para 1) 
  b) A feeling of immense fear  (Para 4) 
              c) Containing furniture (Para 2) 
Q2.Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow: (12 marks) 
1 Hari Prasad was the most sought-after man in the marketplace. A palmist supposed to be the best in the area, he lived-
off people's hands as he was believed to possess superior qualities of prediction.  
2 All he had to do was stare at the faint little criss-crossing lines on someone's palm for a little while and the client 
would listen shocked, as the palmist laid his life history exposed before him.  
3 The client would return home somewhat dazed by what he thought were the amazing powers of the astrologer. Few 
realised that Hari Prasad had actually said what was applicable to everyone in general. Later it might strike some that they had 
been taken for a ride. But by then it was too late, they had already paid him his fees.  
4 It was hard to believe Hari Prasad could lie. He had the look of someone very serious and authoritative. So people still 
queued up to have their palms examined and hear a few surprisingly accurate observations about their life - to be followed by 
a whole lot of nonsense. This was courtesy a few discreet enquiries made during the palm-reading session. 
5 One day, in the middle of one such session, the neighbour's boy came running to Hari Prasad's shop: "Chacha (uncle), 
come home immediately. Someone broke into your house and stole all the valuables," he said.  
6 At this, Hari Prasad leapt to his feet and began to run very fast. As he ran home, everyone in the vicinity watched him 
with surprise.  
7 "Hey, he should not be running so fast," said someone, "surely he knew this was going to happen."  
8 "How on earth could he have known that?" asked another person. "Do you think the thief served him a special notice 
that he was going to be robbed?" 
9 "No," said the first man. "But how could Hari Prasad, the man who foretells everyone else's fortune, not have foreseen 
his own? And that too, a theft in his own house?" 
 
Q1. Why was Hari Prasad a most sought-after man in the market place? (1)  
Q2. How did Hari Prasad live off people’s hands? (1) 
Q3. ‘The client would return home somewhat dazed..’ Why? (1) 
Q4. Pick out the sentence which tells you that Hari Prasad’s clients felt that he fooled or cheated them? (1)   
Q5. How did Hari Prasad’s appearance help him in his profession? (1) 
Q6. How was Hari Prasad able to predict his client’s future? What techniques did he use? (2) 
Q7. Why did Hari Prasad leap to his feet and begin to run very fast in paragraph 6? (1) 
Q8. Why did everyone in the vicinity watch Hari Prasad with surprise? (paragraph 6) (1) 
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Q9. Is there anything funny in the above passage? Explain. (1) 
Q10. Find words from the passage which mean the same as the following: (2) 
 b) unclear 
 c) unnoticable  
Section – B (Literature) 
Part A  
  1. Do you think that the captain was a strict man? Why? (1) 
  2.   Give two examples of magic from the lesson ‘Tattercoats’. (2)  
  3.   Who was kind and who was unforgiving in the lesson ‘Tattercoats’? Give proper evidence to support your answer. (2)  
  4.  Why are snow leopards becoming rare? Explain. (2) 
 5.  What were the reasons for Sam’s anxiety and happiness in the lesson ‘Sam and the Teapot? (2) 
Part B   
1.      Why do you think the woman found it easy to tame the Wild Dog and the Wild Horse? (The Cat that Walked by 
Himself) (2) 
2. Do you admire the horse of power in the lesson ‘The Firebird’? Write in about 40 words. (2) 
3. Do you think Raymond was right in trying out the Sorcerer’s magic spell? Why / why not? (2) 
4. Give two suitable reasons as to why you find the lesson ‘The Two Japanese Folk Plays’ funny. (2) 
5. Who was both curious and silly in the lesson ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice? Give suitable pieces of evidence to support 
your answer. (2) 
6. Who was both cruel and ungrateful in the lesson ‘The Firebird’? Give suitable pieces of evidence to support your answer. 
(2) 
Part C -  
1. Why do you think unit C2 is titled as imaginings? Explain with reference to any two poems from the unit C2. (2)  
2. What are the two things that one must do or not do if one ever sees a creature with thirty seven toes? (The Piffle Poffle) 
(2) 
ONLY FOR TUTORIAL STUDENTS  IN PLACE OF Q4. OF (PART B) 
 
4.Why was the Tsar never neverable to stay happy for a long time? Give examples to support your answer.(2) 
 
Section – C (Grammar) 
Q-1 Write the following into Question and Negative. (0.5 x 4 =2) 
(i) She lives in this house. 
(ii) Nehahurt her arm.    
 
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Q-2 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-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 __________ the last month. 
 
Q-6 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) Rahul ________________ (go) to school yesterday when his ankle got twisted and he __________________ 
(fall) down. As a result, his clothes _______________ (spoil). He _________________ (feel) really embarrassed 
as people  ____________ (laugh) at him. 
(ii) Jill ____________ (see) a robber yesterday. She actually_______________  (catch) him while he _________ 
(look) for valuable things in her kitchen. She___________  (scream) and he_________________  (run) out 
through the back door. She_______________  (call) the police straight away. 
(iii) Our school ___________(go) to organise a dance competition soon. I __________(take) part in it with my 
friends. I am very good at dancing and  _____________(win) many competitions. 
(iv) 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 
sometime now. 
(v)        She______________  (have) no news since yesterday. Some reporters__________  (knock) on her door. 
 
Q-7:- These are ten errors in the paragraph below. Spot the errors and correct them: (0.5x10=5) 
Two of my friend hate reading. I have a mini-library at my home where I spent a lot of time. Books  is my best 
friends. I am fond for books and my parent keep gift me books. My friends plays all the time and don’t like too read. I 
wished they also become like us. 
 
Section – D (Composition) 
 
Write a paragraph of about 20 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. The day I lost my way…… 
2. If I had a magical flute….. 
3. The one thing I am greedy for….. 
4. When I was alone at home…. 
 
Section – E (Supplementary Test – A Christmas Carol) 
 
Answer the following questions:    (1x8=8)  
 
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Q1.Why did the two men visit Scrooge? 
Q2.What did Scrooge see on the door instead of the knocker? 
Q3. Name the girl that Scrooge once loved in his youth? Why did he leave her? 
Q4: What did the first woman steal from the house? 
Q5: What did Marley wear on that fateful night when he met Scrooge? 
Q6: Why did the Second Spirit ask Scrooge to Stay away from the boy? 
.Q7: What did Scrooge realize when he saw his own grave? 
Q8: List any two changes that took place in Scrooge at the end of the story. 
 
 
 
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