Odisha State Board BSE Odisha 7th Class English Solutions Test-2 Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.
BSE Odisha Class 7 English Solutions Test-2
BSE Odisha 7th Class English Test-2 Text Book Questions and Answers
The figures in the right-hand margin indicate the marks for each question.
1. Your teacher will dictate ten words. Listen to him/her and write. 
drowsy lullaby leap
mob stones heavier
2. Given below are some words. Your teacher will read aloud ten of them. Tick those s/he reads aloud. 
the study, family, paddy, wood, quack, worship, bow, arrow, collector, respect, grow, float, change, ride, spring.
[Students tick the words that their teacher read aloud]
3. Your teacher will read aloud a paragraph. Listen to him/her and fill in the gaps. 
One day the ___________ man took ___________to the poor people living in ___________down the hills. He had in his mind to show his son how ___________he was in contrast to the ___________. He thought this would work like ______________.
One day the rich man took his, son to the poor people living in small huts down the hills. He had in his mind to show his son how rich he was in contrast to the poor farmers. He thought this would work like medicine for his son’s sadness.
4. Your teacher will dictate ten names of persons. Listen to him/her and write in the space provided. 
ବିରାକିଶୋର ଦାସ | – Birakishore Das
ନିଲମାନି ମାର୍ଗ – Nilamani Routray
ମଧୁସୂଦନ ଦାସ – Madhusudan Das
ଗୋପାଳକୃଷ୍ଣ ଗୋଖଲେ | – Gopalkrushna Gokhle
ତିଲ୍କା ମାଜି – Tilka Majhi
ଲକ୍ଷ୍ମଣ ନାୟକ | – Laxman Nayak
ସୁରେନ୍ଦ୍ର ସାଇ – Surendra Sai
ପଦ୍ମଲୋଚନ ବେହେରା | – Padmalochan Behera
ଲିଙ୍ଗରାଜ ନନ୍ଦା | – Lingaraj Nanda
ରାଧନାଥ ରୟ – Radhanath Roy
5. Your teacher will dictate ten names of persons. Listen to him/her and write in the space provided. 
ବରିପଡା | – Baripada
କେନ୍ଦୁଝର – Keonjhar
କାକଟପୁର – Kakatpur
ମୁମ୍ବାଇ | – Mumbai
ରାୟାଗଡା | – Raygada
ବୋରିଗୁମା – Boriguma
ସମ୍ବଲପୁର – Sambalpur
କୋଲକାତା – Kolkata
ବେଙ୍ଗାଲୁରୁ – Bengaluru
ଆହ୍ଲାବାଦ – Allahabad
6. Match the pair of words that sound alike at the end.
7. Order the letters to make meaningful words.
melca, mio, tresof, bitrba, cajkla, reed, veirr
melca — camel
Inio — lion
tresof — forest
bitrba — rabbit
cajkla — jackal
reed — deer
veirr — river
8. Read the paragraph and answer the questions in complete sentences.
There was a deep forest. In that deep forest lived a rabbit. One moonlit night the rabbit was walking happily near that forest. On his way, he came across a well. He looked into the well, and to his surprise, saw a big white ball. The white ball was floating on the water. The ball was nothing, but the reflection of the moon. But he thought it was a big cake.
(i) Where did the rabbit live?
The rabbit lived in a deep forest.
(ii) Where was the rabbit walking?
The rabbit was walking near the forest.
(iii) When was he walking near the forest?
He was walking near the forest on a moonlit night.
(iv) What did he come across on his way?
He came across a well on his way.
(v) What did he see in the well?
He saw a big white ball floating on the water of the well.
(vi) What did he think?
He thought that the big white ball was a big cake.
(vii) What was it?
It was the reflection of the moon.
(viii)Was the rabbit clever? How do you know?
No, the rabbit was not clever. Because he thought the reflection of the moon on the water was a big cake.
(ix) In the last line ‘it’ is used for
In the last line ‘it’ is used for the reflection of the moon.
(x) What looked like a cake?
The reflection of the moon on the water of the well looked like a cake.
9. Read the following poem and answer the questions in complete sentences. 
White sheep, white sheep
On a blue hill,
When the winds stop
You all stand still.
You all run away
When the winds blow.
White sheep, white sheep,
Where do you go?
What is the poem about?
The poem is about clouds floating in the sky.
How many stanzas are there in this poem?
There are two stanzas in this poem.
Where are the white sheep?
The white sheep are on the blue hill.
When do they stand still?
When the winds stop, they stand still.
When do they run away?
When the winds blow, they run away.
Who is asking “Where do you go ?”
The poet is asking “Where do you go ?”
Who is compared to the white sheep?
The white clouds floating in the blue sky are compared to white sheep.