IEO (International English Olympiad) Class 7 Past Paper (Previous Year) 2015 Part 2 Download All the Papers for 2021 Exam

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16. Choose the best word to complete each sentence.

Vishnu: Why is everyone leaving the village in a hurry in this heavy rain?

Hamid: There is ________ danger that it might flood so people are going to higher areas.

A. critical

B. vital

C. trivial

D. grave

17. Choose the best word to complete each sentence.

Sunil ________ read anymore because of his bad eyesight. He needs new glasses.

A. A. is able to

B. can՚t able to

C. can՚t

D. could

18. Match the sentences with the words given in the box below.

“If you don՚t complete your homework, I won՚t allow you to watch television.” ________

A. A question to elicit opinion

B. A request

C. An announcement

D. A threat

19. Match the sentences with the words given in the box below.

“Please switch off your mobile phones.” ________

A. A question to elicit opinion

B. A request

C. An announcement

D. A threat

20. Match the sentences with the words given in the box below.

“Train 231 will leave 15 minutes late today.” ________

A. A question to elicit opinion

B. A request

C. An announcement

D. A threat

21. Match the sentences with the words given in the box below.

“Do you think people in our country love to watch football?” ________

A. A question to elicit opinion

B. A request

C. An announcement

D. A threat

Reading

Read the short story and answer the questions that follow.

Mysterious Stranger

My name is Oliver and I live in a small beach town. The town is famous for its huge fishing nets and many tourists come to see the nets every year.

One day I saw a boy. He really did look like a tourist, with a small camera in one hand and a bottle of water in the other. The slim boy sat on the bench by the tree, sipping water and pretending to look at a glossy cruise brochure. His thick glasses masked his eyes, but I knew he wasn՚t looking at the brochure. He hadn՚t turned a page for the last ten minutes.

As I walked up to him to say hi, he looked at me briefly and pretended that his parents were calling him and walked away. I tried not to stare at the tiny scar just above his left eyebrow. I walked back to where I was sitting under the tree shaking my head. He looked familiar, but I couldn՚t quite place him.

Then it hit me. The bicycle accident. The mysterious stranger who helped me get up and park my bicycle on the side of the road. I rushed back to the bench but he was gone. I sat on the bench and saw the water bottle along with a card left on the bench. The card said: I am deeply indebted to you. The evening of your bicycle accident, I was looking for my parents as I had lost them in the crowd. Helping you made me stay in the same spot for some time and because of that my parents spotted me. We are going back to our home today. Hope you are better now. Thank you. Rajan. I felt glad that my little accident brought a family together again. I said a silent prayer for him and got back home, smiling.

22. Who is the mysterious stranger?

A. The person from the beach town.

B. The owners of the fishing net.

C. The boy with the thick glasses.

D. The parents of the tourist boy.

23. What was the slim boy faking to do?

A. Sip water.

B. Look at the nets.

C. Mask his eye.

D. Read a brochure.

24. The boy had a mark on his skin on his ________.

A. hand

B. forehead

C. ear

D. eyelid

25. Oliver was shaking his head as he walked back because________.

A. he couldn՚t recognise who Rajan was

B. Rajan couldn՚t find his parents anywhere

C. of the pain from the scar over his eyebrow

D. Rajan had taken his seat under the tree

26. What was Oliver hit by?

A. By the mysterious stranger

B. By the memory who Rajan was

C. By the bench on which he sat

D. None of these

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