Class 7 English – Ten Most Important Questions

Class 7 English Important Questions

Class 7 English Important Questions – In this post, we are going to provide you 10 most important questions of English exam. You should be knowing answers to these questions in all likelihood to score good marks in Class 7 English exam. Class 7 English Important Questions

7th Class Question Paper 2018

Class 7 English Important Questions

1. Read the passage and answer the questions that follow:

Only a century ago most villages were largely self-sufficing communities. Every trade was represented by its local technicians, the local produce was consumed or exchanged in the neighbourhood; the inhabitants worked on the spot. If they desired instruction or entertainment or religion, they had to mobilize the local talent and produce it themselves. Today, all this is changed. (para 1)

Thanks to new methods of transport, the village is now closely bound with the rest of the economic world. Supplies and technical service are obtained from a distance. Large number of the inhabitants go out and work in factories and offices in far-off cities. Music and drama are provided not by local talents, but over the radio, the television and at the theatres. (para 2)

Once all the members of the community were always on the spot; now, thanks to cars, motorcycles and buses, the villagers are rarely in their village. Community farms, community worship, community efforts to secure culture have tended to decline simply because in leisure hours, a large part of the community’s membership is always somewhere else. Nor is this all. The older inhabitants of Middletown complained that the internal combustion machine had led to a decline of neighbourliness. Neighbours have Fords and Chevrolets; consequently they are no longer there to be neighbourly; or, if by chance they should be at home, they content themselves with calling up on the telephone. (para 3)

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Improved transport and technological progress have reduced the number of physical contacts, impoverished the spiritual relations between the members of a community. (para 4)

I. On the basis of your reading of the passage, answer the following questions:

a. What was the state of villages a century ago?

b. How is the village well connected with the rest of the world?

c. What are the major sources of entertainment these days?

d. What is the harmful effect of technological progress?

e. How has neighbourliness declined?

f. Find a word from the passage, which means the same as, ‘organize’. (Para 1)

II. Choose the correct option:

a. The villagers relied for their education, amusement and religion on __________.

i. specialists ii. trained hands iii. local experts iv. well-qualified people

b. The major source of amusement these days is _________________.

i. outdoor games ii. excursions, tours and picnics iii. dance, song and music iv. radio, television and theatre

2. Read the following poem and answer the questions that follow:

Here the voice of the wind call our wandering feet, Through echoing forest and echoing street, With lutes in our hands ever-singing we roam, All men are our kindred the world is our home. (stanza 1)

Our lays are of cities whose luster is shed, The laughter and beauty of women long dead, The sword of old battles, the crown of old kings, And happy and simple and sorrowful things. (stanza 2)

What hope shall we gather, what dreams shall be sow? Where the wind calls our wandering footsteps we go. No love bids us tarry, no joy bids us wait, The voice of the wind is the voice of our fate. (stanza 3)

I. On the basis of your reading of the poem, answer the following questions:

a. Which musical instruments do the singers carry?

b. What does ‘voice of fate’ refer to?

c. Find a word from the poem which means the same as ‘gleam’. (stanza 2)

II. Choose the correct option:

a. __________________ is / are narrating the poem. i. The poet ii. Wandering singers iii. Old kings iv. Women

b. All men are ________________ of the wandering singers. i. kindred ii. enemies iii. kings iv. Sisters

3. Read the passage and answer the questions that follow:

Good citizens know and understand that they have a responsibility towards the country, society, environment and law. A good citizen has many traits. A good citizen is a good neighbour and cares for people around him. He will not ignore his locality and its people. He will make it a point to share his time and skill with community to make it better, cleaner and safer. He will conserve the natural resources by practicing the three R’s: Reduce, Re-use and Recycle. He will stay informed on contemporary, social, political, and economic issues and will not hesitate in voicing his opinions and decisions by voting. (para 1)

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In contrast, the traits of bad citizenship are also innumerable. A bad citizen is a self centred person, who looks out only for himself. He wastes natural resources and is in the habit of littering. He does not take interest in political matters and does not vote. He shows an irresponsible behaviour not only towards his country but also towards himself. (para 2)

I. On the basis of your reading of the passage, answer the following questions:

a. What does a good citizen understand?

b. How does a good citizen benefit the community?

c. What are the three Rs?

d. What will a good citizen be informed about?

e. What does a good citizen take interest in?

f. Find a word from the passage which means the same as ‘characteristics’. (para 1)

II. Choose the correct option:

a. A good citizen has _____________ traits. i. country ii. relatives iii. innumerable iv. Friends

4. You are Suchi Sharma, the President of the Art and Culture Society of your school. Your school is organizing a Group Dance Competition on the occasion of the Children’s Day. Write a notice for the school notice board in not more than 50 words, informing the students and urging them to participate in the same, giving all the necessary details.

5. Your mother went to the market and while coming back, two robbers on a bike snatched her chain. In the tussle, she had with the robbers, she also hurt herself. Write a diary entry in about 70-80 words, expressing your feelings about the incident

6. Why was the shepherd’s daughter persistent in wanting the prince to learn a craft in, ‘The Shepherd’s Daughter’?

7. You have been appointed the Head Boy/ Head Girl of your school. Write a letter to your friend, telling him/her of the same in about 80-90 words

8. Change the following sentences into passive voice:

a. Will the electrician repair the switch?

b. She was throwing stones at the birds.

c. John has bought a new laptop.

d. Social work interests me

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9. Fill in the blanks with suitable modals:

a. You ________________ buy your ticket before starting your journey.

b. _____________ I borrow this calculator, please?

c. You ________________ obey your parents.

d. She ________________ take your help.

e. I’m afraid you will ______________ do this, it is a rule.

f. She ________________ drive a car

10. Rearrange the following jumbled words/phrases to make meaningful sentences: a. place to place/ because I/ I travel/ move from/ like to.

b. me/ the sense/ it gives/ of freedom/ enjoy/ I.

c. and/ it pleases/ responsibilities/ me/ be/ to/ of duties/ rid.

d. odd people/ I/ moment/ who/ amuse me/ meet/ for/ a.

11. How did the clever boy put an end to the wrong doings of the sorcerer?

12. How did the clever boy put an end to the wrong doings of the sorcerer?

 

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