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Class-7th (English) Olympiad | CANEO

Class-7th (English) Olympiad - CANEO

Mock Instructions

  • 1. This is Model Question Paper.
  • 2. This is an Online Worksheet.
  • 3. Total Questions-50.
  • 4. Total Time-60 minutes.

Section-1-Basic Structure

Instruction:(1-3)Choose the correct answer for the following question.

Q.1 Santosa Island is an example of _________________ .

  • (a) common noun
  • (b) proper noun
  • (c) collective noun
  • (d) abstract noun

Q.2 A noun represents a/an ______________

  • (a) person, place or action
  • (b) person, place, thing or idea
  • (c) person, place, thing or action
  • (d) person and action

Q.3 Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh. Bangladesh is an example of :

  • (a) common noun
  • (b) proper noun
  • (c) material noun
  • (d) abstract noun

Instruction: (4-5)Fill in the blank with the most suitable helping verb for the following:

Q.4 The thief through that he ____________ away with the small robbery

  • (a) can
  • (b) could
  • (c) had
  • (d) does

Q.5 We _______ bought more clothes on sale.

  • (a) will have
  • (b) Should have
  • (c) could had
  • (d) can have

Instruction: Complete the following Proverb with the correct option.

Q.6 After a storm _______________

  • (a) don’t fix it
  • (b) comes a calm
  • (c) come to an end
  • (d) do unto you


Instruction: Read the newspaper report and answer the question.

Guwahati: Two tiger cubs born at Orang National Park in May, have brought smiles back on the faces of conservationists at a time when big cat numbers are depleting fast in India.

Forest quards reported sighting the cubs at Hazarbigha and Kasoumari in the 78-8 sq. km park, about 150 kms from here several times in the last 12 days. “They are healthy and we saw them frolicking,” a guard said.

The births have not only brought jubilation to forest officials and tiger conservationists, but also instilled hopes of tiger conservation at Orang, located on the northern bank at the Brahmaputra, about 60 km from Kaziranga National Park.

According to the latest camera-trapping count by Aaranyak, Orang has about 14 tigers. However, the park (also a rhino bearing area in the state) lost at least 15 big cats between 2005 and August 2009, mostly due to poisoning by villagers.

Mangaldoi divisional forest officer Sushil Kumar Daila said patrolling and monitoring have been intensified to curb retaliatory killing of tigers in the fringes. ‘Since then, no new tiger deaths have been reported from Orang. We have restricted the number of visitors to bring down the level of disturbance,” Daila said. [From Times of India]

Q.7 Choose a suitable title for this report.

  • (a) Patrolling of Orang National Park
  • (b) Jubilation at Orang National Park
  • (c) Restriction of visitors at Orang National Park
  • (d) Tiger deaths in Orang National Park

Q.8 Which incident of Orang National Park has made the conservationists happy?

  • (a) birth of two new tiger cubs in the park
  • (b) presence of 14 tigers in the park
  • (c) patrolling & monitoring in the park
  • (d) health of tigers in the park

Q.9 Who reported sighting the cubs?

  • (a) visitors
  • (b) conservationists
  • (c) forest officer
  • (d) forest guards

Q.10 Where is Orang National Park situated?

  • (a) northern bank of Brahmaputra river
  • (b) 60 kms from Kaziranga National Park
  • (c) both options a & b
  • (d) none of these

Q.11 How many tigers are there currently at Orang National Park?

  • (a) 2 tigers
  • (b) 14 tigers
  • (c) 15 tigers
  • (d) 1 tiger

Section-3- Writing and Speaking:

Instruction : Read the instruction and choose the correct prefixes.

Q.12 Someone who is over active:

  • (a) Benefactor
  • (b) Monochromatic
  • (c) Hyperactive
  • (d) Microorganism

Instruction : Read the instruction and choose the correct suffixes:

Q.13 The little baby already has a/an ________________ of her family members.

  • (a) sadness
  • (b) alertness
  • (c) awareness
  • (d) laziness

Instruction: Read the sentence below and choose the correct passive voice option:

Q.14 They gave her a nice gift.

  • (a) She is being given a nice gift by them.
  • (b) She was given a nice gift by them.
  • (c) She has been given a nice gift by them.
  • (d) She had been given a nice gift by them.

Section-4 High Order Thinking (HOT)

Instruction : In the following questions out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.

Q.15 Person who insists on adherence to formal rules or literary meaning:

  • (a) scholar
  • (b) pedant
  • (c) pedagogue
  • (d) literalist