Unseen Passage for Class 4th ( 7 Best Passages )

By Vijay Gupta

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Unseen passage for class 4th

Are you looking for an unseen passage for class 4th? If yes, you have come to the right place. Here, I’m going to write some advanced unseen passages for class 4th.

First, read them properly and then answer the given questions in the passages.

Before writing unseen passages, just know what the unseen passages are. Actually unseen passages are the passages that don’t belong to our books. They are completely new passages and we have to solve them according to the capacity of our intellect.

Without wasting your valuable time, let’s get started.

Also, see some other easiest unseen passages for class 4.

Unseen Passage for Class 4th in English

Here are totally seven unseen passages for class 4th. Practice them all.

1. Unseen Passage for Class 4th | Types of Lamps

We use different types of lamps in homes, earlier when there were no lamps, people used candles and lanterns to light up the houses. But in today’s time, the use of lanterns and candles has almost ended.

Now, people use different types of lamps in their homes. There are mainly three types of lamps: incandescent lamps, CFLs, and LED lamps.

Incandescent lamps are of different watts. They can range from 1 to 1000 watts. The most in use are LED lamps. They are formed by connecting several LEDs in series. These lamps are more durable and full of light efficiency than other lamps.

When LEDs were not in vogue, we widely used CFLs as they were of less wattage than incandescent lamps, but LEDs have overtaken CFLs because they are of less wattage than CFLs.

Questions –

1. What did people use when there were no lamps?

2. What do people use in their homes now?

3. How many types of lamps are there?

4. Which types of lamps are more durable and full of light efficiency?

5. What did we widely use when LEDs were not in vogue?


2. Unseen Passage for Class 4th | Eid-ul-Fitr

The festival of Eid-ul-Fitr is one of the major festivals of Muslims. They celebrate this festival exactly one month after the start of Ramadan. Through this festival, the people of the Muslim community give the message of brotherhood.

All Muslims celebrate two Eids: Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Zuha. Eid-ul-Zuha is also known as Bakrid.

Every Muslim on Eid goes to the Idgah to offer prayer. After offering the prayer, all the people hug each other thrice and go to each other’s house to eat vermicelli.

The Gurus of the Muslim community consider that every Muslim should give alms to the needy before offering Namaz. Such alms are also known as Zakat-ul-Fitr. They also consider that offering Namaz five times during Ramadan pleases Allah, and in return, Allah gives us a lot of happiness.

Questions –

1. When do Muslims celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr?

( a ) After the end of Ramadan

( b ) After the start of Ramadan

( c ) In the middle of Ramadan

( D ) None of these

2. What message do the people of the Muslim community give through Eid-ul-Fitr?

( a ) The message of friendship

( b ) The message of offering Namaz five times

( c ) The message of brotherhood

( d ) The message of giving alms

3. How many Eids do Muslims celebrate?

( a ) One

( b ) Two

( c ) Three

( d ) None of these

4. What should Muslims give to the needy before offering Namaz?

( a ) Money

( b ) Happiness

( c ) Hug

( d ) Alms

5. The Gurus of the Muslim community consider that ………

( a ) Share happiness with all

( b ) Always pray in the mosque

( c ) Offering Namaz five times during Ramadan pleases Allah.

( d ) Eid-ul-Zuha is another name of Bakrid.


3. Unseen Passage for Class 4th | The Human Kidney

Kidneys are integral parts of the human body. Actually, the human body is incomplete without them. They produce urine in the body and keep the blood clean. Also, they are rich in urea and ammonia, that’s why sometimes we smell like ammonia while urinating.

A human body has two kidneys. They are located in the retroperitoneal space to the left and right. When one kidney fails in the body, the other continues to do its work.

There is a separate branch of science for studying kidneys, which is called Nephrology. Their size in adults is about twelve centimeters. The main function of the kidneys is to control acids and bases in the body as well as to control electrolyte concentrations.

Different types of hormones are secreted from the kidneys, mainly renin, calcitriol, and erythropoietin.

Questions –

1. What do kidneys produce in the body?

2. What do we smell while urinating?

3. How many kidneys are there in the human body?

4. Under which branch of science is the study of kidneys done?

5. Name any two hormones secreted from the kidneys.


4. Unseen Passage for Class 4th | The process of being an IAS Officer

Millions of candidates are competing to become IAS officers in India. To become an IAS officer, candidates must pass the IAS exam that is conducted by UPSC.

UPSC is abbreviated for Union Public Service Commission, it conducts many exams like IAS, IFS, and IPS. You need to be a graduate to appear in these exams.

Those who wish to become an IAS officer have to go through three exams: Prelims, Mains and Interview. The whole process is done step by step.

When a candidate clears both the prelims and mains exams, his interview takes place. After the interview process, his training is done in LBSNAA which is located in Uttrakhand. After that, he eventually becomes an IAS officer.

Questions –

1. Who conducts the IAS exam?

( a ) LBSNAA

( b ) UPSSSC

( c ) SSC

( d ) UPSC

2. UPSC is abbreviated for ……….

( a ) Union Police Service Commission

( b ) Union Public Service Commission

( c ) Union Power Service Commission

( d ) None of these

3. How many exams does a candidate have to go through to become an IAS officer?

( a ) One

( b ) Two

( c ) Three

( d ) Four

4. Where are IAS trainees trained?

( a ) LBSNAA

( b ) Traning school

( c ) IAS training place

( d ) All of them

5. Where is LBSNAA located?

( a ) Uttar Pradesh

( b ) Jammu Kashmir

( c ) Uttrakhand

( d ) Himachal Pradesh


5. Unseen Passage for Class 4th | The Election of Chief Minister

Every state has a Chief Minister for the administration of the state. The Chief Ministers are elected so that the states can be administered smoothly by a key person. Elections to the Chief Minister are held once in five years, in which the general public votes.

The party which wins the maximum number of seats in the entire state is able to choose its candidate for the position of Chief Minister.

To become the Chief Minister, the age of the person should be at least twenty-five years, less than this, he cannot be selected as a Chief Minister.

The salary received by the Chief Minister includes various allowances. When the Chief Minister of a state retires, a pension is also provided to him. The amount to be given as a pension is determined by the respective Legislative Assembly.

Questions –

1. Why are Chief Ministers elected?

2. Who votes for the election of the Chief Minister?

3. In how many years is a Chief Minister elected?

4. Who decides the pension of the Chief Minister?

5. What should be the minimum age of a person to become a Chief Minister?


6. Unseen Passage for Class 4th | Bharat Ratna Award

Bharat Ratna is the highest award in India. It’s given to those who make an exceptional contribution in the field of art, music, sports, science, and social services. It started in 1954. The first President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad instituted this award.

The names of the persons to whom Bharat Ratna is to be given are recommended by the Prime Minister to the President. The person receiving this award gets a medal and a certificate.

The Bharat Ratan medal is in the shape of a peepal leaf on which there is a figure of the Sun and under the figure of the Sun, Bharat Ratna is written.

The thickness of the Bharat Ratan Award is 0.125 inches. The award is of bronze metal. It has the National Emblem of India on its back and Satyamev Jayate is written below it.

Questions –

1. Who started the Bharat Ratna Award?

( a ) Atal Bihari Vajpayee

( b ) Dr. Rajendra Prasad

( c ) Jawahar Lal Nehru

( d ) Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

2. When did the Bharat Ratna Award start?

( a ) 1953

( b ) 1956

( c ) 1951

( d ) 1954

3. The names of the persons to whom Bharat Ratna is to be given are recommended by ………

( a ) Prime Minister of India

( b ) President of India

( c ) Chief Minister of India

( d ) Governor of India

4. What is the thickness of the Bharat Ratna Award?

( a ) 0.124 inches

( b ) 0.127 inches

( c ) 0.125 inches

( d ) 0.126 inches

5. What figure is there behind the Bharat Ratna Award?

( a ) The figure of the sun

( b ) National Emblem

( c ) Satyamev Jayate

( d ) None of the above


7. Unseen Passage for Class 4th | The Spider-Man

The movie ‘Spiderman’ was released in 2002. It was a very popular movie of its time, which was completely based on a comics that was written by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.

In the comics, Spiderman’ possessed many powers such as running faster than others, stamina, the power to heal any wound, the power to release a spider web from his wrist, and the ability to stick easily to buildings and walls.

Copying all those things, the filmmakers made a movie in 2002. The lead actor in the movie was Tobey Maguire who played the role of Peter Parker. He had all the powers that Spiderman had in the comics. After that many parts of this movie came one after the other.

The people liked the movie a lot because the actor had the power to create a spider-like web.

Questions –

1. Who was the lead actor in the movie ‘Spiderman’?

2. Why did the people like the movie a lot?

3. Who wrote the comics ‘Spiderman’?

4. Mention any two powers of Spiderman.

5. When did the movie Spiderman release?


Final words

In the end, I hope that the article has proved to be very helpful for you. Here, I have covered MCQ-based unseen passages as well as question-answer-based unseen passages.

Find their answers after a careful reading.

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Vijay Gupta

Hello everyone, My name is Vijay Gupta and I belong to a very small town that is situated in district Hardoi, which is in Uttar Pradesh. 1. Education – I’ve completed my primary education from a private school that is situated in my hometown and upper primary, matric and higher secondary education have been completed from a government college. Well, I was an average student till class 5th, but I accelerated my preference towards studies from class six. Consequently, I passed out many classes with good positions. Even I passed out 12th with good marks ( 405/500 ) and topped my college. Due to getting good marks, I got a cheque of 500 rupees and was rewarded by the Principal of my college. After completing my 12th, I prepared twice for IIT ( Indian Institute of Technology ) from Aakash institute, but unfortunately, I failed to get selected into the best IIT colleges. But during the preparation, I was being graduated from CSJMU Kanpur. I completed my graduation in 2016 and now I’m pursuing an educational degree ( B.Ed. ). 2. Profession – Although I love teaching, but I also do blogging. Both are my favorite jobs.

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