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A Jeweller, when peeped through his shop into the lane, saw a well-dressed woman getting of her car. Along with her pet she moved forward and rang the bell. Curiously, the shopkeeper let her in. After an hour or so the curiosity subsided. The women with atmost care looked at the trays containing diamond, at the counter in front of her nodded her head and asked for something else. In the end she asked for the tray-5 to be shown once again. The jeweller was very happy from within because the said tray contained the most valuable diamonds. When he brought the tray, the woman moved forward and dashed with the jeweller, resulting in all the diamond scattered thitherthither. The woman cut a sorry figure and jeweller looked at her timidly. She helped him picking the diamonds. In the mean while, she took out a piece of biscuit out of her purse and fed her dog. When jeweller could pick the piece of diamond he felt something to stop his heart beat. A 5 carate diamond was seen no where. Excitedly he looked around the entire floor but all in vein. Then he suspeciously looked at the woman and called the police. At the request of the jeweller the police searched the woman but could find nothing. The jeweller realized that the clever woman has cheated on him.
1. Why did the jeweller show curiosity while letting the woman in?
A. Because She Was Well Dressed
B. Because She Rang The Bell
C. Because She Had A Pet Also
D. Because She Was Beautiful
2.In the above passage Tray-5 is important, because—
A. It contained shining diamonds
B. Whatever it contained, all scattered on the floor
C. The female cut the sorry figure and the jeweller got desperate
D. This tray was loving to the jeweller
3.What is the meaning of ‘counter’ in the passage?
A. An article on which you count
B. Re. to be used during playing cards
C. An opposition
D. A flat surface, on which articles are kept to sell
4.Police was called—
A. The woman made the diamonds in tray-5 to fall down
B. She was feeding her dog with biscuit and she did not like any of the diamonds
C. A 5 carate diamond got disappeared
D. She did not purchase anything from the tray
5.Then he looked at the woman with suspecion.
What does the underline phrase mean—
A. He looked at the woman as if she was not a woman
B. He angrily looked at the woman, because she made the tray to fall down
C. He looked in such a way as if the woman had cheated on him
D. He looked at her suspeciously and the police arrested her
In the year 2007 India became the 11th nation to join the trillioners club. It was the moment to pat you back, but the experts opined that we congratulated in haste. The country is suffering from evils like child marriage, poverty, diseases, castism and communalism, therefore it is a matter of shame for all of us.
6. Which important event took place in the year 2007 ?
A. India landed loan worth Rs. 1 trillion to 11 nations
B. India became the 11th nation to take loan worth Rs. 1 trillion
C. India is included among the those prosperous countries, which had more than one trillion $
D. India became the 11th nation to have no poor
7.When the writer says that we have
congratulated ourselves in haste, he means—
A. Indian wished each other very early in the morning
B. India is proud to be counted as prosperous country
C. We ought to celebrate the moment when there is no poor in the country
D. People should have wished each other by the late evening
8.Which words mean—to feel pleasure—
A. To pat once own back
B. To wish in haste
C. Only some have become rich
D. Country is still reeling under poverty
9.What was shame for India, according to the writer ?
A. India became rich quickly
B. People are still unhappy(
C. Only some have become rich
D. The government did not give employment to all
10.Which of the following sentences impart the meaning-evils like child marriage ?
A. Ravana was the king of evils
B. Child marriage is an evil
C. We adopt evil methods to torture others
D. To speak loudly with your parents, is an evil
Two diseases of banana, spreading fast in Africa, are becoming danger to about 3 crore people who bank upon this fruit for their food and earning as well. To check this fast spreading disease, the scientists had an emergency meeting with policy makers. They found the disease incurable, therefore they suggested powerful scheme; such as ploughing the large banana fields, spray the insecticide or burn the plants. They felt, if steps were not taken in time, the disease would turn into epidemic and 90% of the crop would be destroyed.
11. . Why did the writer say that the banana disease is becoming danger to the people ?
A. It would soon spread among the people and kill them
B. It would soon destroy the crop, which is the means of living and earning of the people
C. The trees would turn poisonous
D. This would spread epidemic among the people
12.Why did scientists have emergency meeting ?
A. To find the solution of the problem
B. To tell the government, that they have found out the solution
C. To be awarded by the government
D. To tell the government that the problem is serious
13.To check the disease, the scientists suggested—
A. All the people should be inhabited else where
B. People should be given some other employment for their earning
C. People should plant something else
D. All the affected plants must be burnt out or sprayed with insecticide
14. Epidemic means—
A. Frequently spread disease
C. A method to cure plants
D. A disease to attack only human being
15.Which sentence in the stanza is used to meanincurable disease?
A. None could survive after returning from Africa
B. On spreading swine flue, to check the spread the government has to take strict steps
C. The fire was so furious that the entire building turned into ashes with no time
D. There was a powerful change in the people’s life after the erection of factory in the village.
A robot is a machine. It is a machine that moves. It follows instructions. The instructions come from a computer. Because it is a machine, it does not make mistakes. It does not get tired. And it never complains. Some robots are used to make things. Robots can help making cars. Some robots are used to explore dangerous places like exploring volcanoes. Some robots are used to clean things. These robots can help clean your house. Some robots can even recognize words. They can be used to help answer telephone calls. Some robots look like humans. But most robots just look like machines. The first robot was built by George Devol in 1954 and was named Unimate. It was used to make cars. In the future, we will have even more robots that can fight fires, fight wars and fight sickness. They will help make life better.
16.Find a word from the passage which means ‘discover’.
17.The word opposite in meaning to the word ‘dangerous’ is:
18. When was the 1st robot made?
19.What was the name of the first real robot?
A. Giant arm
20.The first robot was used to:
C. answer telephone calls
D. explore volcanoes
I stood in the bathroom as Mama scrubbed me with soap. It was as if she was waging a war against germs. Mama wanted me to be very clean so that I would not dirty the clean sheets that she had washed, by rubbing them on a stone. Once my bath was over, I lay alone on my bed. I talked to my pillow, then to an imaginary friend, and finally to the dragon under my bed, who was actually very friendly. My mother was obsessed with cleanliness and she did not allow even the smallest bit of dirt to remain in the house. Her fight against dirt was equal to her passion for cooking. Our house always smelt of food that she cooked with great care and of her baking. Her cakes, biscuits, and cupcakes were the talk of our neighbourhood. I was very fond of her cakes and chocolate cookies that melted in my mouth. She was very generous and our neighbours always received a batch of freshly baked biscuits.
21.The word ‘obsessed’ means to:
A. be angry all the time
B. be constantly worrying
C. hate everybody
D. like everybody
22. How do we know that the mother liked cooking?
A. Her house always smelt of food
B. She cooked regular meals
C. She kept her house clean
D. She gave generously to the neighbours.
23. Mama wanted the child to be very clean, because:
A. she was always dirty.
B. she did not want her to dirty her sheets.
C. she wanted her to sleep well.
D. she wanted her to go clean to the school.
24. What would the child not do after her bath?
A. talk to an imaginary friend
B. talk to her mother
C. talk to the pillow
D. talk to a dragon
25. What did the neighbours talk about?
A. mother’s cleanliness
B. the child’s cleanliness
C. mother’s baking
D. child’s imagination
Market day in a village is enjoyed by children and women and men. It is a good place for farmers to sell their vegetables and grain and all the things they grow in their fields. Early in the morning, the farmers load their bullock carts and tractors with sacks full of grain and baskets full of fruits and vegetables. They also carry their sheep and goats, cows and buffaloes and chickens that they want to sell at the market. They need to buy things also at the market. They need clothes and spices, and also several household goods. These things are not easily available near their farms. The women buy colourful glass bangles from the bangle sellers. Fires are lit. Pakoras, puris and sabzi are cooked. Samosas and sugarcane juice are also very popular. Children run around happily with their friends. They take rides on swings and merry-go-rounds. Everyone loves a market day.
26.Which of the following words means the same as the word, ‘sacks’?
27.What do the children do at the market?
A. sell vegetables and grain
B. buy chickens and goats
C. play around with their friends
D. sell pakoras and samosas
28.Why is the market day in the village a good day for farmers?
A. Farmers meet their friends in the market.
B. It is a good place to sell the things farmers grow.
C. The farmers have a lot of fun at the market.
D. The farmers get a chance to sit and eat samosas.
29.How do the farmers carry their vegetables and grains to the market?
A. in their trucks and cars.
B. in their bullock carts and tractors.
C. The farmers themselves carry them on their heads.
D. They are carried by helpers and friends.
30.What else do the farmers carry to the market?
A. their cattle and chickens
In April, just two weeks before the examinations, Swami realized that his father was changing – for the worse. He was becoming fussy and difficult. When Swami was seen chatting with his granny, he was told, “Remember boy, there is an examination. Your granny can wait, not your examination.” If he was seen moving behind his mother, he was caught and sent to his desk. If his voice was heard anywhere after the Taluk Office gong had struck nine, a command would come from his father’s room, “Swami, why haven’t you gone to bed yet? You must get up early and study a bit.” One day, he asked his father, “Why are you so nervous about my examinations?”
31. The word ‘command’ in the passage means:
A. To respect
B. To punish
C. To catch
D. To order
32. When the Taluk Office gong struck nine, Swami had to……..
B. get up from bed
C. go to bed
D. go to school
33. When did Swami realize that his father was changing?
A. in April
B. in May
C. in June
D. in July
34. What had his father become?
A. happy and simple
B. sad and angry
C. angry and fussy
D. fussy and difficult
35. Where was Swami sent to, when he was seen walking behind his mother?
A. to the kitchen
B. to his desk
C. to his father’s room
D. to the bedroom
Passage :- 8
Long ago our rivers were fresh and clean; so clean that people drank the river water. Those rivers were full of fish. People caught and cooked them. In time people built factories and towns that used the river water. Boats are used to carry goods and coal and oil, which sometimes falls into the water. People throw their garbage and dirty water into the rivers. They say, “Our garbage cannot make much difference”.
But now the rivers have become too dirty to drink from and the fish have died. The rivers are now full of garbage that floats on the water.
36. What happened first?
A. Fish were gone from the rivers.
B. Factory boats came down the rivers.
C. The rivers were clean and, beautiful.
D. Towns built more and more factories.
37.The word opposite in meaning to the word ‘clean’ is,
38. Why did the rivers get dirty?
A. Factories have been built in the towns.
B. Fish died in the rivers.
C. Boats are used to cross the rivers.
D. People threw garbage into the river.
39. People ate fish from the rivers because
A. they could catch them from the boats.
B. the factories helped the people.
C. the fish were dying in the river.
D. the fish are found in the clean water of the rivers.
40.Which is the correct statement ?.
A. The rivers were dirty from the beginning.
B. The people could not drink river water earlier.
C. The rivers became dirty because of the oil and garbage thrown in.
D. There were no fish in the rivers because people cooked and ate them all.