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कक्षा - 12वीं

विषय - अंग्रेजी

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1. Attempt all questions.

2. Read the instructions carefully.

3. Marks allotted to each questions are indicated again it.

SECTION - A (Reading)

1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below:

The Gita is not an aphoristic work; it is a great religious poem. The deeper you dive into it, the richer the meanings you get it being meant for the people at large there is pleasing repetition. With every age the important word will carry new and expanding meanings, but it's central teaching will never very, the seeker is at liberty to extract from this treasure any meaning he likes so as to enable him to enforce in his life the central teaching.

Nor is the Gita a collection of do’s and don'ts. What is lawfull for one may be unlawful for another. What may be permissible at one time, or in one place, may not be so at another time, and in another place. Desire for fruit is the only universal prohibition. Desire lessness is obligatory.

The Gita has sung the praises of knowledge, but it is beyond the mere intellect. It is essentially addressed to the heart and capable of being understood by the heart. Therefore the Geeta is not for those who have no faith. The author makes Krishna say.

“Do not entrust this treasure to him who is without sacrifice, without devotion without the desire for this teaching and who denies Me. On the other hand those who will give the precious treasure to my devotees will by the fact of this service assuredly reach Me, and those who, being free from malice, will with faith absorb this teaching, shall, having attend freedom, live where people of true merit go after death”.

Questions :-

(i) Give the antonym of ‘Poorer’

(a) deeper                             (b) richer 

(c) taller                                 (d) shorter

(ii) The Gita is the capable of being understood …………

(a) by ear                            (b) by brain

(c)by heart                          (d) by eyes

(iii) In the given passage, what is the only universal prohibition.

(a) desire for fruit                                 

(b) desire for work

(c) desire for result                              

(d) desire for aim

(iv) The Gita is ………..

(a) an aphoristic work                               

(b) a great religious poem 

(c) a patriotic song                                

(d) a great novel

(v) The Gita is important for ……..

(a) the old people                                  

(b) the children

(c) every age the people at large                                 

(d) the young people

(vi) What do you understand by do’s and don't in the extract

(a) work that should be done                                 

(b) work that should be observed

(c) work that should not be done                               

(d) work that should be done and work that should not be done

(vii) According to Krishna the Gita is only for those -

(a) who have faith                               

(b) who have no faith 

(c) who have truth                               

(d) who have no truth

(viii) Opposite word of ‘Malice’

(a) criticism                           (b) ill-will

(c) good will                          (d) hatred

(ix) Give the word from the passage that gives the meaning of ‘Compulsory’

(a) aphoristic                   (b) religious

(c) obligatory                   (d) permissible 

(x) Give the verb from of the word ‘Prohibition’

(a) prohibit                     (b) prohibitting

(c) prohibited                 (d) prohibitingly

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

Coal is a natural resource which constitutes approximately 85% of the total fossil fuel reserves in the world. The coal deposit of India occur in two distinct stratigraphic horizons Gondwana and it's territories. Gondwana coal contributes about 99% of the countries coal resources. These mines are located in peninsular India in the south Eastern quadrant, bound by the 78°E longitude and the 24°N latitude, thus leaving a major part of the country devoid of any coal deposits. The major Gondwana coalfields are represented by isolated basins, which occure along prominent present day rivers such as Damodar, Koel,Sone,Mahanadi,pench and Godavari. The relatively minor resource of tertiary coal is located on the either extremities of peninsular India.

Coal can be broadly classified in two categories - coking and non coking. Coking coal are that which has cacking property and which is used in metallurgical industries. Again depending on the quality of coke produced by this coal, it is sub-divided into prime coking coal, medium coking coal, and semi-coking coal, similarly, non coking coal is also categorised in seven grades (Grade A to G), depending on its caloric value.

Questions :-

(i) Make notes on the above passage in points.

(ii) Give a suitable title to the passage.

SECTION - ‘B’ (Writing)

3. You are Anuj Dubey, write a letter to your friend describing a recent exciting cricket match in which your team won.


Last month you bought a digital camera from modern electronics, Jabalpur. Now you find something wrong with it. It is not working properly. Write a letter to the dealer complaining about the problem.

4. You are Sonia Nigam, while watching a news channel covering a rally of ‘’Green peace activists”. Write an article for a newspaper on ‘it’s worth, saving the Earth’.


Write a paragraph in about 200 words on ‘whether the study of three languages at school is necessary or not’.

5. You are Abraham John, the secretary of your school’s Science Club. A science exhibition is being organised in your school. Write a notice for the school notice board inviting projects and models from the students. The exhibition is to be held on 28 February.


Your father has been transferred to another city, you want to sell certain household goods. Design a suitable advertisement to be published in a local newspapers.

SECTION - ‘C’ (Grammar)

6. Fill in the blanks choosing the correct option : (any five)

(i) There are ……… precious books in the library.

(a) much                                (b) any

(c) some                                (d) each

(ii) We are going ……… a match today.

(a) playing                             (b) to play 

(c) played                              (d) play

(iii) Myfriend lives …….. New Delhi.

(a) in                                    (b) at

(c) into                                 (d) on

(iv) The temple is ……… the middle of the river.

(a) on                                   (b) in

(c) into                                 (d) at

(v) Let's go to …….. market where my father has put up stall.

(a) a                                   (b) an

(c) the                                 (d) no article

(vi) The boy ……. the bird almost everyday.

(a) catch                              (b) catches

(c) catching                          (d) caught 

(vii) I think it …….. rain today.

(a) may                                 (b) must

(c) can                                  (d) can't 

7. Do as directed : (any five)

(i) Mr. Gupta teaches us Hindi.

(ii) If they do not work properly, they will be punished.

(iii) He is to weak to stand.

(iv) The child cried for milk.

(Change into fast continuous tense)

(v) (a) He gets his salary.

(b) He starts spending it.

(Combine using ‘No sooner ……. than’)

(vi) Raju/write/can/either/with/hand.

(Rearrange the words and make a sentence)

(vii) (a) Sita does not sing.

(b) sea does not dance.

SECTION - ‘D’ (Textbook)

8. Read the following extract carefully and answer the questions given below.

Once upon a time there was a man who went around selling small rattraps of wire. He made them himself at old moments, from the material he got by being in the stones or at the big farms. But even so, the business was not specially profitable, so he had to resort to both begging and petty thievery to keep body and soul even so, his clothes were in rags his cheeks were Sunken, and hunger gleaned in his eyes.


(i) Name the chapter

(a) Indigo                                 

(b) The Third Level

(c) The Enemy                                 

(d) The Rattrap

(ii) What is the antonym of the word ‘Petty’ from the following

(a) Small                                 

(b) of little importance

(c) petit                                 

(d) major 

(iii) What does the Phrase ‘keep body and soul together’ mean?

(a) stay alive                                 

(b) stay optimistic

(c) stay pessimistic                                

(d) stay alone

(iv) Name the author of his chapter

(a) Lous Fischer                                

(b) William Douglas 

(c) Pearl Buck                                

(d) Selma Lagerlof

9. Read the following extracts and answer the questions that follow.

(A) But after the airport’s

security check, standing a few yards away, I looked again at her, wan pale

as a late winter's moon

And felt that old

Familiar ache,my childhood’s fear

But all I said was see you soon, Amma,

All I did was smile and smile and smile…….


(i) Which of these has the poet compare mothers face to?

(a) full moon brightness                               

(b) late winteyr moon

(c) young children                       

(d) young tree

(ii) Which of these was the reason of mother's pale face?

(a) mother's old age                               

(b) mothers depleting energy

(c) mothers illness                       

(d) both (a) and (b)

(iii) The writers of the text is-

(a) John Keats                               

(b) Kamala Dash

(c) Pablo Neruda                       

(d) Adrienne Rich

(B) Early this year, I found myself aboard a Russian research vessel the Academik Shokaiskiy heading towards the coldest,driest,windiest continent in the world: Antarctica, My journey began 13.09 degree north of the Equator in Madras, and involved crossing 9 time zones, six checkpoints, 3 bodies of water, and at least as many ecospheres.


(i) The above text have been taken from the chapter—

(a) Evans Tries an O Level                              

(b) Memories of childhood

(c) The tiger king                       

(d) Journey to the end of the earth

(ii) Who is ‘I’ in the above lines?

(a) Tishani Doshi                             

(b) Kalki

(c) Pearl S Buck                       

(d) William Saroyan

(iii) What was Akademik Shokalsky?

(a) A Boat                               

(b) A Canoe 

(c) A watercraft                       

(d) All of these

(iv) Where was the narrator traveling to?

(a) Amsterdam                               

(b) Antarctica

(c) Australia                       

(d) America

10. Answer the following questions in about 30 words. (Any five)

(i) What did Franz notice that was unusual about the school that day?

(ii) Why did Saheb’s parents leave Dhaka and migrate to India?

(iii) Why was Douglas determined to get over his fear of water?

(iv) From where did the peddler get the idea of the world being a rattrap?

(v) Why did Gandhi chide the lawyers of Muzaffarpur?

(vi) In the Poets and Pancakes, what do Pancakes refer to?

(vii) What were the options that Sophie was dreaming of?

11. Answer the following questions in about 30 words. (any three)


(i) In the poem ‘My mother at sixty-six’, what is the kind of pain and ache that the poet feels?

(ii) What is the ‘sadness’ that the poet refers to in the poem keeping quiet?

(iii) What pleasure does a beautiful thing give us according to John Keats?      

(iv) Of what or of whom is Aunt Jennifer terrified with?        

12. Answer the following questions in about 30 words. (any two)

(i) What does the ‘Third Level’ refer to?

(ii) In what condition did Dr. Sadao and Hana find the white man at the seashore?

(iii) How does Derry get his face burnt?

13. Answer the following questions in about 75 words. (Any two)

(i) How is Mukesh’s attitude towards his situation different from that of Saheb? Why?

(ii) How does the peddler interpret the acts of kindness and hospitality shown by the crofter, the iron master, and his daughter?

14. Answer the following questions in about 75 words.

Write the central idea of the poem ‘Keeping Quiet’.


What are the difficulties that Aunt Jennifer faced in her life?

15. Answer the following questions in about 75 words.

Justify the title of the story ‘The Third Level’


What values of life does the story ‘’Tiger King” give us?

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