CBSE Class 7 English Syllabus

CBSE Class 7 English Syllabus

The CBSE syllabus for Class 7 English can be classified into three parts based on:

  • CBSE Class 7 English Textbook (Honey Comb)
  • CBSE Class 7 English Supplementary Reader (An Alien Hand)
  • CBSE Class 7 English Grammar

Let us go through the chapters which you need to study in Class 7.


CBSE Syllabus for Class 7 English: Chapters in Honey Comb

The prose in the CBSE Class 7 English textbook Honey Comb are listed below:

Chapter 1         Three Questions

Chapter 2         A Gift of Chappals

Chapter 3         Gopal and the Hilsa Fish

Chapter 4         The Ashes that Made Trees Bloom

Chapter 5         Quality

Chapter 6         Expert Detectives

Chapter 7         The Invention of Vita – Wonk

Chapter 8         Fire Friend and Foe

Chapter 9         A Bicycle in Good Repair

Chapter 10       The Story of Cricket


The poems in Honey Comb are listed below:

Chapter 1         The Squirrel

Chapter 2         The Rebel

Chapter 3         The Shed

Chapter 4         Chivvy

Chapter 5         Trees

Chapter 6         Mystery of the Talking Fan

Chapter 7         Dad and the Cat and the Tree

Chapter 8         Meadow Surprises

Chapter 9         Garden Snake


CBSE Syllabus for Class 7 English: Chapters in An Alien Hand


The chapters included in this book are listed below:

Chapter 1         The Tiny Teacher

Chapter 2         Bringing Up Kari

Chapter 3         The Desert

Chapter 4         The Cop and the Anthem

Chapter 5         Golu Grows A Nose

Chapter 6         I Want something in the Cage

Chapter 7         Chandni

Chapter 8         The Bear Story

Chapter 9         A Tiger in the House

Chapter 10       An Alien Hand


CBSE Syllabus for Class 7 English Grammar


Grammar is an important part of the syllabus. The topics included under the English Grammar section of CBSE Class 7 are as follows:

  • Determiners
  • Linking Words
  • Adverbs (place and type)
  • Tense forms
  • Clauses
  • Passivisation
  • Adjectives (Comparative and Superlative)
  • Modal Auxiliaries
  • Word order in sentence types
  • Reported speech

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