MP Board class 10th English real paper solution pdf download 2023-24 || एमपी बोर्ड कक्षा दसवीं अंग्रेजी अर्धवार्षिक पेपर संपूर्ण हल 2023


MP Board class 10th English real paper solution pdf download 2023-24 || एमपी बोर्ड कक्षा दसवीं अंग्रेजी अर्धवार्षिक पेपर संपूर्ण हल 2023

MP Board class 10th English real paper solution pdf download 2023-24 || एमपी बोर्ड कक्षा दसवीं अंग्रेजी अर्धवार्षिक पेपर संपूर्ण हल 2023

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Half yearly examination 2023-24



Time:3 Hours                      M.M:75 Mark's 


1. Read the following passage and answer the question given below it: 

Indira Gandhi was the first woman prime minister of India. She was born in Allahabad on November 19,1917. She was the only child of Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru and Kamla Nehru. Indira was a lovely child so her parents and grandfather called her Indira Priyadarshini. They lived in a big house. Its name was Anand bhavan. Little Indira had many dolls. Some of them were from foreign. She loved to play with them. She dressed them like brides and bridegrooms of Raja and Rani or Satyagrahis and policeman. At the age of four. Indira went to gandhiji's aashram at Sabarmati. There she slept on the floor and ate simple food.


A. Indira Gandhi lived in ………… .     1

(1) Kamla bhavan         (2) Nehru bhavan

(3) Anand bhavan         (4) Gandhi bhavan.

Ans. (3) Anand bhavan

B. At what age, Indira Gandhi went to gandhi aashram?           1

(1) 8                            (2) 4

(3) 10                          (4) 6

Ans. (2) 4

C. Gandhiji's Ashram was at:       1

(1) Allahabad              (3) Lucknow

(2) Delhi                      (4) Sabarmati

Ans.   (4) Sabarmati

D. Who was the first women prime minister of India?        1

Ans. Indira Gandhi was the first woman prime minister of India.

E. Which word in the passage meant 'Newly married man' ?          1

Ans. Bridegroom

2. Read the following passage and answer the questions given below it: 

Once upon a time ,large areas of India were covered with forests full of numerous kinds of trees. As the population grew, trees began to be cut down for man's use.


That is how the wonderful forests described in our ancient came to be destroyed and a great part of our forests wealth was lost. Now we are trying to recover this loss and our government wants tree to be planted all over the country. A new festival has been introduced for this purpose, it is called 'Van Mohostava' of Forest Festival. Since trees are the country's wealth, we must consider it as our sacred duty to protect them. We should plant new trees wherever we can and took after them well.


A. Trees are the country's ……. .    1

(1) burden                      (2) livelihood

(3) wealth                        (4) defence

Ans.  (3) wealth

B. We must ……. our forests.       1

(1) protect                              (2) ruin

(3) destroy                              (4) cut 

Ans.   (1) protect

C. Who wants tree to be planted all over the country?      1

(1) our school                      (2) our parents

(3) our government              (4) our friends

Ans. (3) our government

D. Name the forest festival.          1

Ans. Van mahotsav

E. Name the synonym of word 'sacred'.    1

Ans. Holy


3. Read the following passage carefully. Make notes and supply a suitable title:     4

Each one of us must realize that the only feature of India and it's people is one of toterance and co-operation, which have been the basis of our florious past. We have laid sown in our constitution that India is a secular state. This does not mean irreligion. It meand equal respect for all faiths and equal opportunities for those who prefer different faiths. We have, therefore always to keep in mind this vital aspect of our culture which is also of the highest importanc in India today. Those who put up barriers between one Indian and another and who promote disruptive tendencies do not serve the cause of India and its culture. They weaken us at home and discredit us abroad.

4. Write an application to your principal to grant you full fee concession scholarship.   4


Write a letter to your father telling him about your study.

5. Write an essay on any one of the following topics in about 200 words:     5

(i) My favourite book

(ii) Wonders of science

(iii) Value of games

(iv) Importance of trees

6. Write a paragraph on any one of the topics in about 80 words:         3


7. Fill in the correct word given in brackets (any five):           5

(i) Sohan was so full of joy that he …… me a gift. (gives,gave)

Ans.  gave

(ii) When he reached the bus stand, the bus had already ……. (left, leaving)

Ans.  left

(iii)....... us a good exercise. (swim/swimming)

Ans.   swimming

(iv)...... the news, he became pleased.(hear, hearing)

Ans.   hearing

(v) I am used to talking ……. glass of milk in the morning. (a, an, the)

Ans.   a

(vi) it is 5 o'clock ……my watch.  (in,by)

Ans. by

(vii) He lost ……. the money he had. (any,all)

Ans.   all

8. Do as directed (any five):

(i) They play cricket in the playground. (Make interrogative)

Ans. Do they play cricket in the playground.

(ii) I do my homework at night. (Change into negative)

Ans. I do not do my homework at night.

(iii) My father went to Bhopal yesterday. (Make a question with 'where')

Ans. When did my father go to yesterday.

(iv) It is raining. (Change into present perfect tense)

Ans. It has rained.

(v) Have/we/work/done/our.  (Rearrange the words to make a sentence)

Ans. We have done our work.

(vi) The student is very fast.  (combine with so ….. that)

He can win the race.

Ans. The student is so fast that he can win the race.

(vii) I am buying coconuts. (Change into passive voice)

Ans. Coconuts are bought by me.


9. Choose the correct option :            4

(i) The depths off opperations create ……..

(A) poverty                     

(B) lack of freedom

(C) heights of character                                

(D) boredom

Ans.  (C) heights of character

(ii) How did the caged tiger react to the visitors?

(A) he ingnores them                                

(B) with a happy face

(C) with a sad face                                

(D) with a growl

Ans.   (A) he ingnores them

(iii) Which aeroplane was the author flying?

(A) his old Dakota                                

(B) his new Mirage

(C) is big boeing                       

(D) is old Douglas

Ans. (A) his old Dakota

(iv) Who assigned Anne an essay on the subject 'A Chatter box'?

(A) Mr. Jacques                                 

(B) Mr. keesing

(C) Mr Jacob                               

(D) Mr. Richard

Ans.   (B) Mr. keesing

10. Read the extracts carefully and answer the following questions given below :

(A) He wandered for 7 years and finally sat down under a peepal tree, where he vowed to stay until enlightenment came, Enlightened after 7 days, he renamed the tree the Bodhi Tree (tree of wisdom) and began to teach and to share his new understandings. At that point he became known as the Buddha (the awakened of the 

Enlightened). The Buddha preached his first sermon at the city of Benares, most holy of the dipping places on the River, Ganges;that sermon has been preserved and is given here. it reflects the Buddha's wisdom about one inscrutable kind of suffering.


(A) Buddha means:             1

(i) the old                            

(ii) the wise

(iii)  the enlightened        

(iv) the knowledgeable

Ans.   (iii)  the enlightened

(B) Buddha renamed the ……tree as Bodhi tree.          1

(i) peeple                           (ii) banyan

(iii) mango                         (iv) sheesham

Ans.    (i) peeple

C. The holiest river of India is :       1

(i) Yamuna                          (ii) Narmada

(iii) Sindhu                          (iv) Gangas 

Ans.     (iv) Gangas 

(B) And no one buys a ball back.Money is external.

He is learning,well behind his desperate eyes.

The epistemology,of lossm how to stand up

Knowing what every man must one day know

And must know many days,how to stand up.

Questions :

(a)Loss of the ball will teach the title boy:   1

(i) sence of responsibility                          

(ii) how to succeed

(iii) to bear the loss                          

(iv) all of these

(b) Why are the boys eyes desperate?      1

(i) because he has lost is ball                         

(ii) because he has lost his money 

(iii) because he has lost his gloves           

(iv) because he has lost his pen

(C) Name the literary device used in "Andhy no one buys a ball back".        1

(i) Metaphor                     

(ii) Alliteration 

(iii) Simile          

(iv) Anaphora.

11. Answer the following short answer type question in 30 words (prose) (any six):    12

1. What ideals does Mandela se for the future of South Africa?

2. Why does Maxwell go to Basra? How long does he wait there and why?

3. What was source of unending joy for Ball? What was her strongest desire?

4. How did Valli save up money for her first journey? Was it easy for her?

5. What happened to Lencho's field after the rain?

6. How did Anne regard her diary and what name did she give to it?

7. What does Lomov think about Natalya?

8. What does Kisa Gotami understand the second time what she failed to understand at first time?

12. Answer the following short answer type question in 30 words (poetry) (any two):    4

1. How does the poet tell us to identify a bear?

2. What does the young man mean by great honey-coloured Ramparts at your ears?

3. Why does he say that young man are 'thrown into despair' by them?

13. Answer the following short answer type questions in 30 words (footprints) (any two): 4

1. How do Mr. and Mme Loisel replace the necklace?

2. Who do Fowler and what is his first authentic thrill of the day?

3. Who is the real culprit in the story 'A question of trust' ?

14. Answer the following long answer type question in 75 words (prose):       3

How does the author get the otter? Does he like it? Pick out the words that tell you this?


How did Valli plan her bus ride? What dud she find out about the bus, and how did she save up the fare?

15. Answer the following long answer type question 75 words (poetry):       3

Do you find 'The Tale of custard the Dargon' to be a serious of a light hearted poem? Give reasons to support your answer.


Why do you think the poet does not mention 'the departure of the forest from the house' in the letters?

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16. Answer the following long answer type question 75 words (Footprints):       3

Why does Mrs. Pumphrey think the dog's recovery is a 'triumph of surgery'?


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