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1. 1. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________ANNUAL EXAMINATION-2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VIISubject : Mathematics Section : _____________________Time Allowed : 3 Hours Total Marks : 100 Section – A (Marks :20)Time Allowed: 30 Minutes Total Marks: 20Note: All parts of this section are to be answered on the question paper itself. It should be completed in first 20 minutes and handed over to the supervisory staff. Deleting/Overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Insert the most appropriate option i.e. A/B/C/D in the empty box provided opposite (i) In ax+b, a is a _____ (A) variable (B) constant (C) co-efficient (D) base (ii) A line-segment joining any two points on the circle is called a _____ (A) Radius (B) Diameter (C) Chord (D) Arc (iii) 4a2-20ab+25b2 (A) 4a2-5b2 (B) (2a-5b)2 (C) (2a-5b)(2a+5b) (D) (2a+5b)(2a+5b) (iv) A _____ is a quadrilateral having two and only two sides parallel. (A) rectangle (B) rhombus (C) trapezium (D) kite (v) If C.P.=Rs.520, S.P.=Rs.650, profit = _____ (A) 120 (B) 130 (C) 150 (D) 140 Page 1 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
2. 2. (vi) Parallelogram is quadrilateral in which opposite sides are _____ (A) equal (B) parallel (C) perpendicular (D) opposite(vii) Interest = Amount - _____ 1× 100 10 ×100 (A) P + (B) P+ P ×t P× t P× × r t (C) Principal (D) 100(viii) A quadrilateral is closed _____ sides plane figure. (A) two (B) three (C) four (D) five(ix) A square is a rectangle having _____ equal sides. (A) two (B) three (C) four (D) five(x) The person who borrows money is known as the _____. (A) creditor (B) debtor (C) principal (D) banker(xi) How much Zakat should be paid on yearly savings of Rs.25,000? (A) 250 (B) 500 (C) 625 (D) 600(xii) (2x2y-3xy2)(-2xy) (A) -4x3y2+6x2 y3 (B) -2x2y2+4x2y2 (C) 2xy+6xy3 (D) 4x2y2+6x2y2(xiii) The square of (3x+2) is_______ (A) (3x2 + 6x + 4) (B) 3x + 6x + 2 2 (C) 9x + 2x + 4 (D) 9x2 + 12x + 4(xiv) The factors of 81p2-49q2 are: (A) (9p2 + 7q) (9p2 + 7p) (B) (9p2 – 7q2) (C) (9p-7q) (9p + 7q) (D) (9p2 + 7q2)(xv) If 7x – 15 = 6, then x = _____ (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5(xvi) If a transversal cuts two parallel line then the alternate angles are _____ in Page 2 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
3. 3. measures. (A) opposite (B) different (C) equal (D) not equal(xvii) The _____ of a circle is its greatest chord. (A) Radius (B) Chord (C) Diameter (D) Segment(xviii) A polygon is said to be equiangular when all its angles are _____ (A) opposite (B) equal (C) not equal (D) vertical(xix) A _____ is a quadrilateral in which the two pairs of adjacent sides are equal. (A) square (B) rectangle (C) rhombus (D) kite(xx) Volume of a rectangular solid _____ (A) l x b x l (B) l x b x h (C) l x b x l (D) l x h x h Page 3 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
4. 4. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES ANNUAL EXAMINATION–2011 Question Paper : Class VII Subject : MathematicsTime Allowed : 2 Hours and 30 Minutes Total Marks: 80NOTE: Questions in section ‘B’ and ‘C’ are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section–B (Marks : 40)NOTE : Attempt any TEN(10) questions. Each question carries FOUR(04) marks.Q.2 If U = {0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}, A={0,2,4,6,8} and B = {1,3,5,7,9}, C = {1,2,3,8}, then find: (i) A/ (ii) C/ (iii) B/A (iv) BUC 1 −2 1Q.3 Simplify : − + − 6 3 3Q.4 Derive the positive square root of 38416.Q.5 The total cost of 10 lottery tickets is Rs.20. Find the cost of 25 such tickets.Q.6 Find the rate % per annum by applying simple formula Rs.700 gives Rs.210 simple interest in 3 years.Q.7 Find the perimeter of each of the following: (a) A rectangle of sides 6cm by 4cm (b) A rhombus of side 5.5 cmQ.8 In the given figure, AB CD is a transversal cutting them at two points. If ∠ = 140o, find ∠2 and ∠ . 1 3Q.9 Solve : 3(2x+5)-2x=3(x+6)Q.10 Resolve into factors : 4a2 + 12ab + 9b2 1 1 If x + =P , show that x + = P 2 −2 2Q.11 2 x xQ.12 Simplify : a(b – c ) + b(c – a) + c(a – b)Q.13 Find the volume and the total surface area of a cube whose edge is 1.5m.Q.14 If A=2x–3y+4z, B=5x–6y+7z, C=–x–y+z find A+B+C Page 4 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
5. 5. Section–C (Marks : 40)Note : Attempt any FIVE (05) questions in all. Each question carries EIGHT (08) marks.Q.15 If 3 is subtracted from a number and the remainder is multiplied by 13, the product becomes 91. Find the number.Q.16 A man purchased a dozen pens for Rs.25 each and sold them at Rs.28 each. Find the total profit as well as the profit percent on the transaction.Q.17 1 Find the interest on Rs.660 at 4 % per annum for 3 years and 4 months. 4Q.18 Find the values of a2+b2 and a4+b4 when a+b=5 and ab=4.Q.19 Resolve into factors: (i) 4x4+81 (ii) x4+x2+1Q.20 Construct the triangle ABC with AB = BC =4cm and C = 60o.Q.21 How many bricks will be required to build a wall 30m long, 50cm thick and 2.5m high. A brick being 20cm long, 10cm wide and 7.5cm thick. Page 5 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
6. 6. FAZAIA SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES Roll No : _________________________ Name : _________________________ANNUAL EXAMINATION - 2011 Class : _______________________Question Paper : Class VII Section : _______________________Subject : General ScienceTime Allowed : 3 Hours Total Marks : 100 SECTION – A (Marks : 20)Time Allowed : 30 minutesNote: All parts in this section are to be answered on the question paper itself. It should be completed in first 30 minutes and handed over to the supervisory staff. Deletion/Overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C/D in the box: (i) The stirrup bone is the smallest bone in a body. It is only ______ mm long. (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 1 (ii) Light travels ______ times faster than sound. (A) 1 million (B) 1.5 million (C) 2 million (D) 3 million (iii) Picture shown opposite represents one of the following: (A) Bacterium (B) Virus (C) Fungus (D) Insect (iv) Thrush is a disease caused by: (A) Bacteria (B) Virus (C) Fungi (D) Mosquito (v) Which element is an alkali metal: (A) Boron (B) Carbon (C) Potassium (D) Fluorine Page 6 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
7. 7. (vi) The earth magnetic North Pole is ________ miles from the geographic North Pole: (A) 500 (B) 600 (C) 800 (D) 700 (vii) Food that give us building material in our body is _________: (A) cake (B) eggs (C) roughage (D) lemon (viii) The energy needed to melt 1kg of a solid substance without changing its temperature is called: (A) Specific Heat of Fusion (B) Specific Heat (C) Specific Latent Heat of Fusion (D) Specific Heat of Vaporization` (ix) _________ is made up of one kind of Atom only. (A) Element (B) Mixture (C) Compound (D) Chemical reaction (x) Which of the following is about anaerobic respiration? (A) Respiration can take place without oxygen (B) Oxygen is used to release energy from food (C) Light exercise or slow walk (D) Respiration cannot take place without oxygen Page 7 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
8. 8. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES ANNUAL EXAMINATION – 2011 General Science : CLASS-VIITime Allowed : 2 Hours 30 Minutes Total Marks: 80Note:- Section ‘B’ and ‘C’ are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Write your answers neatly and legibly. SECTION – B (Marks: 40)Note: Attempt any TEN (10) Questions. Each question carries FOUR (04) marks. Q.2 What is deficiency disease? Give one example of a deficiency disease. Q.3 What is an ion? How many electrons these elements have in their outer shell. (a) Nitrogen (b) Germanium (c) Calcium (d) Oxygen Q.4 What are Mitochondria? Q.5 Explain the difference between an Exothermic reaction and an Endothermic reaction. Q.6 Describe how you would show that there is a magnetic field around a magnet. Draw its diagram. Q.7 Name four dangerous elements found in human body. Q.8 How will the sound from a small drum be different from that of a large drum? Q.9 What is meant by the following terms: (a) Absolute Zero (b) Kelvin Scale Q.10 Label and explain the figure. What is happening? Q.11 Give two examples where an electromagnet might be used. Q.12 Explain why : (a) in hot countries houses are often painted white (b) Aluminium foil helps keep food warm Q.13 Explain what is going on in these figures. Red Blue Green Red Red Blue Green Green Page 8 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
9. 9. SECTION – C (Marks: 40)Note: Attempt any FOUR Questions. Each question carries TEN marks.Q.14 (a) Describe what happens in the (i) Large intestine (ii) Rectum (b) Describe the main features of periodic tableQ.15 (a) Why do you think it takes a long time to heat a room with a high ceiling? (b) Explain why muscle cells have more mitochondria than bone cells.Q.16 (a) How is water different from the elements from which it is made? (b) Explain why heating destroys the magnetism in a permanent magnet.Q.17 (a) Describe the figure. (b) What is a vaccine? List four diseases you can be vaccinated against.Q.18 Differentiate between Transparent and Translucent material. Give at least two examples of each.Q.19 (a) Explain what is meant by: (i) Compression (ii) Rarefaction (b) Explain why noisy pop concerts can be bad for you. Page 9 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
10. 10. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________ANNUAL EXAMINATION-2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VIISubject : Computer Science Section : _____________________Time Allowed : 3 Hours Total Marks : 40 (Theory) + 10 (Practical) = 50 Section – A (Marks : 10)Time Allowed: 20 MinutesNote: All parts of this section are to be answered on the question paper itself. It should be completed in first 20 minutes and handed over to the supervisory staff. Deleting/Overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Insert the most appropriate option i.e. A/B/C/D in the empty box provided opposite (i) Which out of the following means converting information into a form ready for processing: (A) Encode (B) Decode (C) Data Capture (D) Input (ii) The disk that is also called Winchester disk is: (A) Floppy Disk (B) Magnetic Disk (C) Compact Disk (D) Hard Disk (iii) Which of the following allows a meeting to be conducted between participants at multiple geographically separated locations: (A) Chat Rooms (B) Global Positioning System (C) Videoconferencing (D) Instant Messaging (iv) LCD stands for : (A) Level Crystal Display (B) Liquid Crystal Display (C) Level Circular Display (D) Liquid Circular Display (v) One Tbyte is equal to: (A) 1024 bytes (B) 1024 Mbytes (C) 1,000 Kbytes (D) 1024 Gbytes Page 10 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
11. 11. (vi) Which of the following will temporarily hide the Function Arguments dialogue box and display small window after clicking it: (A) (B) (C) (D)(vii) Which of the following features of excel helps you select, enter and edit worksheet functions: (A) Address function (B) Chart wizard (C) Insert Function (D) ASIN function(viii) Shortcuts that contain icons, which are associated with commonly used commands are called: (A) Task Pane (B) Slide Pane (C) Notes Pane (D) Tool Bar(ix) For choosing the design templates option you will first click on: (A) Arrow head tool (B) Finish button (C) ‘New’ in the task pane (D) Next button(x) Which of the following icons is to be left clicked through mouse pointer for creating table after bringing it on the ‘insert table’: (A) (B) (C) (D) Page 11 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
12. 12. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES ANNUAL EXAMINATION–2011 Question Paper : Class VII Subject : Computer Science Section–B (Marks : 30)Time Allowed : 2 Hours and 40 MinutesNOTE: Answer any TEN questions. Each question carries THREE marks. The answer to each question should not exceed three (3) to four (4) lines.Q.2 (a) What is ASCII? (01) (b) Why is washing machine not a computer? (02)Q.3 (a) What is a voice input device? (01) (b) Name the device most suitable for playing games. Explain why it is suitable? (02)Q.4 Give some examples of data that would be best printed out on paper? (03)Q.5 What do the letter ROM and RAM stand for? Give an example of what ROM and RAM is used for? (03)Q.6 (a) What is meant by the term Serial Access? (01) (b) Why are disks better than tapes if an item of data is needed very quickly? (02)Q.7 (a) Write down at least two advantages of Local Area Network. (01) (b) Describe any one way through which viruses transfer into the computer. (02)Q.8 State three features you would expect to use in a spread sheet package. (03)Q.9 (a) What is a slide show in power point? (02) (b) Briefly describe the purpose of Outline Tab and Slides Tab? (01)Q.10 Describe how the rows and columns can be deleted in MS-Word. (03)Q.11 (a) How can the format painter be used to copy test formatting? (02) (b) What is the purpose of the following buttons? (01) (i) (ii)Q.12 (a) Why are computers sometimes connected together as a Network? (02) (b) What is an electronic mail box? (01)Q.13 (a) Name one thing you can use a spreadsheet program for? (01) (b) What is the function of icon in MS-Excel? (02 Page 12 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
13. 13. Z I A F OL&O OCE SL FAZAIA SCHOOLS/COLLEGES FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES GS E SH C Roll No: Answer Sheet No: Directorate of Schools/Colleges Signature of Candidate: Air Headquarters, Peshawar Signature of Invigilator: Roll No : _____________________ Question Paper : Pakistan Studies Time Allowed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68 Note: Sections ‘B ’ and ‘C’ comprise pages 1-6 and questions therein are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Answer all the questions from section ‘B’ and attempt any three questions from section ‘C’. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e sheet B if required. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section - B Name : _____________________ (Marks: 42)ANNUAL EXAMINATION–2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VII Section : _____________________Subject : Social StudiesTime Allowed: 2 Hours and 30 Minutes Total Marks: 50 Section – A (Marks : 10)Note: All parts in this section are to be answered on the question paper itself. Deletion/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C in the box. (i) The countries famous for cotton production are: (A) Egypt, Pakistan, Turkey and Sudan (B) Egypt, Pakistan, Turkey and India (C) Egypt, Pakistan, Turkey and Afghanistan (ii) One of the first metals ever to be discovered One of the best conductors Mixed with tin to make a new metal called bronze Which metal is it? (A) Copper (B) Lead (C) Zinc (iii) Which of the following are considered most valuable for the economy of a country? (A) Agricultural products (B) Minerals (C) Manufactured products (iv) Unpleasant sights such as huge hoardings, advertisements, industrial equipment and electrical cables are the examples of: (A) air pollution (B) water pollution (C) visual pollution Page 13 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
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15. 15. (v) Peshawar was recaptured by Sayid Ahmed Shaheed in: (A) 1833 (B) 1834 (C) 1830(vi) A great supporter of women’s education Appointed as Grand Mufti in Al-Azhar University Mostly younger students were influenced by him Who was this great personality? (A) Jamaluddin Afghani (B) Mohammed Abduh (C) Chaudhri Rehmat Ali(vii) A viceory, who was a clear sighted man Built universities and schools for poor people He wanted to preserve the Indian culture What was his name? (A) Lord Canning (B) Lord Curzon (C) Lord Mountbatten(viii) The wife of the first Prime Minister of Pakistan She formed the Women’s Voluntary Service and National Guard Worked for rehabilitation of Pakistani women Who was she? (A) Miss Fatima Jinnah (B) Begum Jahanara Shahnawaz (C) Begum Ra’ana Liaquat Ali(ix) Who was the head of Boundary Commission? (A) Mr Pethic Lawrence (B) Sir Cyril Radcliffe (C) Sir Stafford Cripss(x) Awami League from East Pakistan Gave the ‘six points’ demand Which political leader was he? (A) Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (B) Sheikh Mujibur-Rehman (C) General Yahya Khan Page 15 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
16. 16. GS E Z I A F OL&O OCE SL FAZAIA SCHOOLS/COLLEGES FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGESSH C Roll No: Answer Sheet No:Directorate of Schools/Colleges Signature of Candidate:Air Headquarters, Peshawar Signature of Invigilator:Question Paper : Pakistan StudiesTime Allowed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68Note:Sections ‘B ’ and ‘C’ comprise pages 1-6 and questions therein are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Answer all the questions from section ‘B’ and attempt any three questions from section ‘C’. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e ANNUAL EXAMINATION – 2011 Question Paper : Class VII sheet B if required. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section - B (Marks: 42) Subject : Social Studies Section – B (Marks: 40)Note: 1. Questions in this Section are to be answered on the separately provided Answer Book. 2. Attempt any TEN questions. Each question carries FOUR marks. 3. Answers should be short and to the point.Q.2 (a) What makes Chaudhri Rehmat Ali a famous figure in Pakistan movement? (b) What was the importance of the magazine ‘Hamdard’ for Muslims of the subcontinent?Q.3 (a) Write down the different uses of wool. (b) Name at least four countries which produce wool.Q.4 Which are the famous passes of Pakistan? Briefly explain their importance as well.Q.5 What do you mean by ‘balance of payment’? Explain.Q.6 What is meant by ‘Global Warming’?Q.7 Write a brief account of the spread of Islam in Indonesia.Q.8 Briefly describe the services of Shah-Waliullah.Q.9 Identify the personality by looking at the following picture. Also discuss his services rendered to Muslims. Page 16 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
17. 17. Q.10 Why were these years important in the lifetime of Muhammad Ali Jinnah? (a) 1906 (b) 1916 (c) 1928 (d) 1940Q.11 What were the salient points presented by the Cabinet Commission in 1946?Q.12 What are the major reforms introduced by General Ayub Khan?Q.13 (a) What is Devolution of Power? (b) Following are the names of some important Democratic and Military rulers of Pakistan. Make two columns and write the names in their appropriate columns. General Ayub Khan, Nawaz Sharif, Benazir Bhutto, General Yahya Khan, Z.A Bhutto, Zia- ul-Haq, General Pervez Musharraf, Liaquat Ali Khan Page 17 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
18. 18. Z I A F OL&O OCE SL FAZAIA SCHOOLS/COLLEGES FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES GS E SH C Roll No: Answer Sheet No: Directorate of Schools/Colleges Signature of Candidate: Air Headquarters, Peshawar Signature of Invigilator: Roll No : _____________________ Question Paper : Pakistan Studies Time Allowed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68 Note: Sections ‘B ’ and ‘C’ comprise pages 1-6 and questions therein are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Answer all the questions from section ‘B’ and attempt any three questions from section ‘C’. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e sheet B if required. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section - B Name : _____________________ (Marks: 42)ANNUAL EXAMINATION -2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VII Section : _____________________Subject : EnglishTime Allowed: 3 Hours Total Marks: 100 SECTION – A (Marks : 20)Note: All parts in Sections ‘A’ and ‘B’ are to be answered on the question paper itself and attached with the answer book. Deletion / overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q-1. Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C/D in the box: (i) ‘Murkiness’ means________. (A) sweetness (B) smartness (C) hardness (D) darkness (ii) The ‘Elephant Bill’ is a person who is________. (A) elephant hunter (B) elephant doctor (C) elephant friend (D) elephant trainer (iii) The word which means the same as ‘pounded’ is__________. (A) shine brightly (B) beat heavily (C) shout loudly (D) hit lightly (iv) The goldsmiths and silversmiths of the city deposited their valuables in__________. (A) Tower of London (B) church spires (C) cellars (D) cathedral’s crypt (v) ‘Arkwright’ is a person who __________. (A) makes carts (B) makes mill stones (C) makes boats (D) makes wheels (vi) ‘War and Peace’ was written by __________. (A) Charles Dickens (B) Leo Tolstoy (C) Antonia Barber (D) Emily Bronte Page 18 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
19. 19. (vii) “They are playing a match.” This sentence belongs to which tense? (A) present indefinite (B) present perfect continuous (C) present continuous (D) past indefinite(viii) The Great Fire of London broke out on __________. (A) 3rd Dec, 1666 (B) 1st Dec, 1667 (C) 1st Sep, 1666 (D) 1st Sep, 1667(ix) ‘Stench’ is used for __________. (A) strong unpleasant smell (B) light pleasant smell (C) strong pleasant smell (D) mild pleasant smell(x) Which part of speech does ‘Anxiety’ belong to? (A) conjunction (B) pronoun (C) adverb (D) abstract noun(xi) ‘To trample the ranks’ means __________. (A) to scatter the people (B) to tread on and crush (C) to move ahead of others (D) to move slowly with the others.(xii) ‘To go a bridge too far’ means __________. (A) to go on the other side of the bridge (B) to progress too quickly (C) to go to a far off bridge (D) to work very slowly(xiii) The news of celebrating Christmas by the English and Germans on the no- man’s-land was published by__________. (A) Times of India (B) The London Times (C) The Illustrated London News (D) The New York Times(xiv) ‘Tow robots are trundling around the planet’s surface’. The underlined word means__________. (A) trying to attack (B) moving very fast (C) moving slowly and heavily (D) searching for signs of life(xv) At Agra Humayun presented his father __________. (A) Ibrahim Lodhi’s head (B) countless jewels (C) a number of diamonds (D) Koh-i-noor(xvi) The village _____ not far from the river. (A) lay (B) lie (C) lies (D) laid(xvii) In ‘David Copperfield’, the name of David’s mother was __________. (A) Maria (B) Clera (C) Miss Murstone (D) Jennifer Page 19 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
20. 20. (xviii) In the poem ‘Family Feeling’ the flowers which grew near uncle Alfred’s grave were __________. (A) poppy (B) daisy (C) antimirrhinums (D) daffodils (xix) Danny gave the name ‘Grumble-guts’ to his_______. (A) friend (B) grand-mother (C) grand-father (D) Alex Doyle (xx) Don’t __________ away from me. I’m not going to bite. (A) shrank (B) shrink (C) shrunk (D) hard shrunk SECTION – B (Marks: 30)Q.2 Do as directed. (10) (a) The past perfect of ‘wear’ is ______________. (b) Many arms ________________ by the army last year. (use the correct form of the verb buy) (c) The modal verb ‘ought to’ can be replaced by ____________________. (d) _______________ the firemen thought that the fire had been extinguished, it burst out again. (add sub-ordinating conjunction) (e) The verb formed from ‘qualification’ is _______________. (f) I don’t know ________ she will go with us or not. (add weather or whether) (g) ‘Renovate’ means: ______________. (h) ‘Acting without words’ is called ______________. (j) Give the synonym of the phrase ‘under police control’ _______________. (k) The past participle (-ed participle) of ‘grind’ is: ________________.Q.3 (a) Fill in the blanks using adopt, adapt or adept. (4) (i) Not all new mothers find it easy to ________ to motherhood. (ii) I’m not very _______ at carpentry. Anything I make seems to fall apart. (iii) Now that you are living in Pakistan, I expect you will _____ their way of life. (iv) It was extraordinary to see a baboon who was ________ at fishing. Page 20 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
21. 21. (b) (i) Give one example of simple past tense. (3) _______________________________________________________ (ii) In a sentence, show the future continuous tense. _______________________________________________________ (iii) Make a passive sentence using present tense. _______________________________________________________Q.4 (a) Match the words in the left hand side column with their correct meanings in the (4) right hand side column. strategist dodging throw away undisturbed avoiding careful planner unnerved disposable (4) (b) Match the items in the left hand column with the relevant ones on the right. reign, rain Proverb burn your bridges definite article still waters run deep homophones the expressionQ.5 Translate any ‘FIVE’ sentences into English. (5) Page 21 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
22. 22. GS E Z I A F OL&OE OC SL FAZA IA SCHOOLS/COLLEGES FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES SH C Roll No: Answer Sheet No: Directorate of Schools/Colleges Signature of Candidate: Air Headquarters, Peshawar Signature of Invigilator: Question Paper : Pakistan Studies Time Allowed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68 Note: Sections ‘B ’ and ‘C’ comprise pages 1-6 and questions therein are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Answer all the questions from section ‘B’ and attempt any three questions from section ‘C’. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e ANNUAL EXAMINATION -2011 Question Paper : Class VII sheet B if required. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section - B (Marks: 42) Subject : EnglishNote: Questions in Section ‘C’ are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section C (Marks: 50)Q.6 Answer any SIX questions from the following. Answers should have 20-40 words each. (18) Each question carries 3 marks. (a) Why did Jim tell his men to keep their heads down? (b) What was the name of the river which the elephants were crossing to enter Zambia? (c) How did St Paul’s catch fire? (d) After reading ‘Stregoika Manor’, how do you know that the children had been sleeping in some unpleasant places before? (e) Who prevented David’s mother from protecting her son? (f) What kind of feelings are usually associated with ‘revenge’? (g) How do the colours associated with Island man’s home and those associated with London differ? (h) How did Pauline Richards die? (j) Why did Felicity think that a request for a kitten was reasonable?Q.7 Read the following text and answer the questions given at the end. (6) Sarah was recognized for her philanthropic work to raise the profile of Afghan refugees in Pakistan using her song ‘Voice of Freedom’ in a number of fund-raising concerts. She raised over £12000 in one year which she presented in June, 2004 to President’s Relief Fund for Afghan Refugees. Voice of Freedom also promotes faith, unity and discipline, the central values of Pakistan, by using a recording of the Voice of Jinnah himself in Peshawar 1948. Questions: (a) What was the name of Sarah’s song? (b) How much money did she raise in one year? (c) Besides Afghan refugees, what else has Sarah promoted in her song? Page 22 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
23. 23. Q.8 (a) Read the following stanza carefully and answer the questions given at the end: (6) My personal revenge will be your children’s right to schooling and to flowers My personal revenge will be this song Bursting for you with no more fears My personal revenge will be to make you see the good news in the people’s eyes, implacable in combat always generous and firm in victory. Questions: (i) Where did the poet want to send their children? (ii) What did the poet want to see in people’s eyes? (iii) How did he want the people to behave when they were victorious? (b) Paraphrase any ONE of the following verses: (5) (i) A Plague upon the Tyrant that I serve: I ‘ll bear him no more Sticks, but follow thee, Thou Wondrous Man. OR (ii) My uncle Alfred had the terrible temper Wrapped himself up in its invisible cloak When the mood was on, his children crept from the kitchen It might have been mined. Not even the budgie spoke.Q.9 (a) In his newspaper report what does the writer tell about the drought in River (10) Rhine? OR When the flood hit Bos Castle, what does the eye-witness, Peter Templer tell in his report? (b) Write a letter to ‘Achievement World Wide’ and nominate an individual person (05) for an award. Page 23 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
24. 24. Q.8 (a) Read the following stanza carefully and answer the questions given at the end: (6) My personal revenge will be your children’s right to schooling and to flowers My personal revenge will be this song Bursting for you with no more fears My personal revenge will be to make you see the good news in the people’s eyes, implacable in combat always generous and firm in victory. Questions: (i) Where did the poet want to send their children? (ii) What did the poet want to see in people’s eyes? (iii) How did he want the people to behave when they were victorious? (b) Paraphrase any ONE of the following verses: (5) (i) A Plague upon the Tyrant that I serve: I ‘ll bear him no more Sticks, but follow thee, Thou Wondrous Man. OR (ii) My uncle Alfred had the terrible temper Wrapped himself up in its invisible cloak When the mood was on, his children crept from the kitchen It might have been mined. Not even the budgie spoke.Q.9 (a) In his newspaper report what does the writer tell about the drought in River (10) Rhine? OR When the flood hit Bos Castle, what does the eye-witness, Peter Templer tell in his report? (b) Write a letter to ‘Achievement World Wide’ and nominate an individual person (05) for an award. Page 23 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
25. 25. Q.8 (a) Read the following stanza carefully and answer the questions given at the end: (6) My personal revenge will be your children’s right to schooling and to flowers My personal revenge will be this song Bursting for you with no more fears My personal revenge will be to make you see the good news in the people’s eyes, implacable in combat always generous and firm in victory. Questions: (i) Where did the poet want to send their children? (ii) What did the poet want to see in people’s eyes? (iii) How did he want the people to behave when they were victorious? (b) Paraphrase any ONE of the following verses: (5) (i) A Plague upon the Tyrant that I serve: I ‘ll bear him no more Sticks, but follow thee, Thou Wondrous Man. OR (ii) My uncle Alfred had the terrible temper Wrapped himself up in its invisible cloak When the mood was on, his children crept from the kitchen It might have been mined. Not even the budgie spoke.Q.9 (a) In his newspaper report what does the writer tell about the drought in River (10) Rhine? OR When the flood hit Bos Castle, what does the eye-witness, Peter Templer tell in his report? (b) Write a letter to ‘Achievement World Wide’ and nominate an individual person (05) for an award. Page 23 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)
26. 26. Q.8 (a) Read the following stanza carefully and answer the questions given at the end: (6) My personal revenge will be your children’s right to schooling and to flowers My personal revenge will be this song Bursting for you with no more fears My personal revenge will be to make you see the good news in the people’s eyes, implacable in combat always generous and firm in victory. Questions: (i) Where did the poet want to send their children? (ii) What did the poet want to see in people’s eyes? (iii) How did he want the people to behave when they were victorious? (b) Paraphrase any ONE of the following verses: (5) (i) A Plague upon the Tyrant that I serve: I ‘ll bear him no more Sticks, but follow thee, Thou Wondrous Man. OR (ii) My uncle Alfred had the terrible temper Wrapped himself up in its invisible cloak When the mood was on, his children crept from the kitchen It might have been mined. Not even the budgie spoke.Q.9 (a) In his newspaper report what does the writer tell about the drought in River (10) Rhine? OR When the flood hit Bos Castle, what does the eye-witness, Peter Templer tell in his report? (b) Write a letter to ‘Achievement World Wide’ and nominate an individual person (05) for an award. Page 23 of 23 (Final exam class-VII 2011)