Unseen Passage for Class 7 English MCQ Test with Answer

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Class 7 English Unseen Passage MCQ

Read the passage given below and answer the questions by choosing the most appropriate answer from the given options that follow. 

1. Read the passage carefully:-

Sir Oliver’s Humiliation
Ginger and I were not of the regular tall carriage horse breed; we had more of the racing blood in us. We were just as good for riding as we were for driving, and our master used to say that he disliked either horse or man that could do but one thing. As for us, our greatest pleasure was when we were saddled for a riding party; the master on Ginger, the mistress on me, and the young ladies on Sir Oliver and Merrylegs. It was so cheerful to be trotting and cantering all together.
I had often wondered how it was that Sir Oliver had such a very short tail; it really was only six or seven inches long, with a tassel of hair hanging from it. On one of our holidays in the orchard, I ventured to ask him by what accident it was that he had lost his tail. Accident? he snored with a fierce look, ‘It was no accident!
It was a cruel, shameful, cold-blooded act! When I was young, I was taken to a place where they tied me up so that I could not stir, and then they came and cut off my long and beautiful tail.’
‘How dreadful !’ I exclaimed
‘Dreadful, ah, it was dreadful. It was not only the indignity of having my best is to have them settle upon you and sting and sting, and have nothing in the world to lash them off with.”
‘What did they do it for them?’ asked Ginger. ‘For fashion!’ said the old horse, with a stamp of his foot; ‘For fashion !

(A) According to the narrator, what did the master dislike?
Ans. Master disliked either horse or man.

(B) The master rode Ginger. Who rode the narrator?
Ans. Mistress rode on the narrator.

(C) Describe Sir Oliver’s tail.
Ans. Sir Oliver has a very short tail about six or seven inches long, with a tassel of hair hanging from it.

(D) What were the problems faced by Sir Oliver after his tail was cut off?
Ans. Sir Oliver has nothing in the world to protect from sting off.

(E) Why was Sir Oliver’s tail cut off?
Ans. Sir Oliver’s tail cut off for fashion.

2. Read the following extract.
Rainbows are often seen when the sun comes out after or during a rainstorm. Rainbows are caused when sunlight shines through drops of water in the sky at specific angles. When white sunlight enters a raindrop, it exits the raindrop a different colour. When light exits lots of different raindrops at different angles, it produces the red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet that you see in a rainbow. Together, these colours are know as the spectrum. These colours can sometimes be seen in waterfalls and fountains as well.
Did you know that there are double rainbows? In a double rainbow, light reflects twice inside water droplets and forms two arcs. In most double rainbows, the colours of the top arc are opposite from those in the bottom arc. In other words, the order of colours starts with purple on top and ends with the red on bottom. In addition, rainbows sometimes appear as white arcs are opposite from those in the bottom arc. In addition, rainbows sometimes appear as white arcs at night. These rainbows are called Moonbows and are so rare that very few people will ever see one. Moonbows are caused by moonlight ( rather than sunlight) shinning through drops of water.

(A) Rainbows are often seen _______.
(i) After the sun sets at night
(ii) after a rainstorm
(iii) Before a rainstorm
(iv) when it snows
Ans. (ii) after a rainstorm

(B) What colour is NOT in a rainbow?
(i) orange
(ii) yellow
(iii) indigo
(iv) pink
Ans. (iv) pink

(C) What would be a good tittle for this passage?
(i) The basics about rainbows
(ii) The history of rainbows
(iii) Moonbows!
(iv) None of the above
Ans. (i) The basics about rainbows

(D) Write the word of same meaning as the word ‘ particular’.
(i) Different
(ii) sometimes
(iii) Specific
(iv) all of the above
Ans. (iv) all of the above

(E) What colour is a moonbow?
(i) The passage doesn’t say
(ii) Green
(iii) yellow
(iv) white
Ans. (iv) white

(F) The word from the passage that means ‘ little water drops ‘ is ____________
(i) Droplets
(ii) Rainbow
(iii) rainstorm
(iv) Indigo
Ans. (i) Droplets

(G) The word opposite of ‘ common ‘ from the passage is ______
Ans. rare

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