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1. Read the following passage and answer the questions set on it.
We live with sound. We speak through sound. A world without sound is unthinkable. The pattern of sound changes according to the time
of day. Let me recall the sounds I hear in the early morning. The silence of my night is broken by the harsh grating sound of our tall iron gates as they are pushed open at 5 o’clock. This is the time for my father to take a walk. At 5.30 the alarm bell rings for me to get up. There is the scratching sound at the door. As I open the door our Alsatian throws up its two paws on my shoulders and starts licking and producing a mixture of growling, moaning and crying sounds. This is his morning greetings.
Now I try to get busy preparing for the examination, but the wooden staircase starts producing creaking, tapping and bumping sounds
depending upon the weight and speed of its users.As my mother switches on the radio in the kitchen a ‘bhajana’ comes floating into my room. The chink of saucers, plates and cups against the music is very enchanting to the ears. Just then the calling bell buzzes and the Alsatian begins his non-stop barking. The soft-sound of the crockery, the soft knock on the door and the clinking sound of the crockery as my mother places the tea tray on the side board, please me. After a short silence comes the sound of heavy steps. I hurriedly pounce upon my text books but not before knocking down a cup that produces not only the sound of crash but also a few broken pieces. I hear the bass voice of my father, “Remember, just one month left.” And the figure recedes. Here is another alarm bell reminding me of my examination.
The world outside the house is agog with exciting and unfettered noise. The continuous cooing of the cuckoo, the chirps and the twitter of
sparrows on windowsills and songs of birds from the garden create a sweet restful atmosphere. All of a sudden a school bus stops and children get into the bus chuckling, laughing and shouting. As the morning extends, the traffic increases and street sounds become tough. Clamour and hubbub rise. The rumbling of the trucks, the honking of the cars, barking of street dogs at the roaring and splittering motor bikes spoil the freshness of the morning. It is difficult to escape sound. Sound of the TV spills over my room. The news reader continues – An air crash and so many killed – a mine disaster. It is too maddening to hear any more sound. At once I switch off television. Silence falls in my room. But the sound of an agonized cry is rising within me. Two silent tears roll down to salute the morning.
A) Answer the following in a word, a phrase or a sentence each.
1. What is unthinkable according to the narrator?
2. What is the first early morning sound that the narrator hears?
3. What makes the scratching sound?
4. Which sounds are referred as enchanting to ears?
5. Why does the narrator hurriedly pounce upon his text book?
6. Here is another alarm bell reminding me of my examination. What is the ‘alarm bell’ mentioned here?
7. Name one of the sounds which creates a sweet restful atmosphere.
8. Which sound is the most unbearable to the narrator?
9. Add a prefix to the word ‘fettered’ to form its antonym.
10. The short ……… (silent/silence) is followed by the sound of heavy steps.
2. Read the following lines and answer the questions:
Seven years I could not walk a step
When I to the great physician came
He demanded: Why the crutches?
And I told him: I am lame
11) How long could the speaker not walk a step?
12) Who does ‘He’ in the third line refer to?
13) Why does the speaker use crutches?
3. Complete the following by filling the blanks using the right form of verb given in the brackets:
The criminal ……………. (sentence) for life. A guard …………….. (place) over him. Every day the food …………. (bring) by the guard from the palace kitchen.
4. Fill in the blanks by choosing appropriate expression given in brackets:
( take to, give up, zip along)
In the heart of rural Pudukkottai, young women ……………… the roads on their bicycles. Jameela Bibi, who has …………… cycling told it was her right.
5. Fill in the blanks with the right linker:
There was ……….. a guillotine for cutting the heads off ………… an executioner in Monaco. ……… the ministers wrote a letter asking the French Government whether they could lend them a machine ……… an expert to cut off the criminal’s head off.
( and, neither, so, nor)
6. Imagine that you have been elected your College Union leader and you are supposed to address a gathering of students and lecturers of
your college. Write a speech in about 100 words focusing on the infrastructure of your college and the necessity of disciplinary attitudes
(Use the hints given below.)
Library, toilet facilities- Science labs to be upgraded- reading room- waiting room for girls
7. Write a letter of application in response to the following advertisement which appeared in ‘Deccan Herald’ dated 7th October 2014.
S.M. Pre University College, Dharwad invites applications from qualified candidates for the post of lecturer in English. Apply within 10 days to the Chairman, Shree Manjunatheshwar Education Trust, Vidyanagar Dharwad-580004. Candidates must have passed M.A. in English with 55% marks. Candidates with experience and good Communication skill will be given preference.
8. Answer the following in about 200 words.
Conservation of biodiversity sustains both nature and culture. Discuss in the light of Vandana Shiva’s essay.
‘Man goes on living for some revenge.’ To what extent is this true in case of Basavaiah and Tammanna in ‘The Gardener’?
How does the speaker of ‘Water’ trace the journey of water using it as a witness?
9. Read the following passage and answer the questions set on it.
The Western Ghats are also known as the Sahyadri Hills. They are well known for their rich and unique assemblage of flora and fauna
(plants and animals). Twenty five biodiversity hot-spots are identified in the world and Western Ghats are one among them. The Western Ghats extend from the Satpura Range in the north. They go south past Goa, through Karnataka and into Kerala and Tamil Nadu and end at Kanyakumari. Then they embrace the Indian Ocean. The range is called Sahyadri in northern Maharashtra and Sahya Parvatam in Kerala. The Biligiri ranges southeast of Mysore in Karnataka, meet the Servarayan range and Tirumala range farther east, linking the Western Ghats to the Eastern Ghats. In the south the range is known as the Nilagiri malai in Tamil Nadu. The northern portion of the narrow coastal plain between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea is known as the Konkan Coast or Konkan. The central portion is called Kanara and the southern portion is called Malabar region. The foothill region east of the Ghats in Maharashtra is known as Desh. The eastern foothills of central Karnataka state are known as Malnadu. The Biligirirangan Hills lie at the confluence of the Western and Eastern Ghats. WAPCO region under Western Ghats covers twelve administrative districts of Kerala State. Four thousand species of flowering plants are known from the Western Ghats. Western Ghats receive an average of 3000 mm rainfall per annum. The Western Ghats are home to thousands of animal species including at least 325 globally threatened species.
A). Answer the following in a word, a phrase or a sentence each.
a. What are the Western Ghats well known for?
b. How many biodiversity hotspots are identified in the world?
c. Name one of the states in which the Western Ghats lie.
d. Where do the Western Ghats end?
e. What does ‘Sahya Parvatam’ refer to in the passage?
f. Konkan Coast lies between the Western Ghats and
a. the Indian Ocean.
b. the Arabian Sea.
c. the Eastern Ghats.
g. Which part of Karnataka state is known as Malnadu?
h. In which state can one find WAPCO region?
i. There are many ………………. (threatening/threatened) species in the world.
(Choose the right word to form a meaningful sentence.)
j. Use a prefix to form the antonym of the word ‘cover’.
10. Read the following lines and answer the questions.
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;
i. Where did the two roads diverge?
ii. The word ‘both’ in the second line refers to two
a. travelers. b. woods. c. roads.
iii. What did the traveler do when he came across the two diverged roads?
11. Complete the following by filling in the blanks using the right form of the verb given in bracket.
The kingdom neither had a guillotine nor an executioner. Therefore a council ……………… (call). It …….……….. (decide) to write a letter to the
French Government. The letter ……….. (send).
12. Complete the following dialogue.
(Kumar meets Karan, a computer technician, to get his computer repaired.)
Kumar : Good morning sir.
Karan : Good morning, please be seated. ……………………… (Seeking information )
Kumar : My computer ……………………………………….. ( Giving information)
Karan : Right now we are too busy. Can you leave your PC with us for two days ?
Kumar : Sorry, I …………………………………. ( Expressing disapproval)
Karan : I am afraid you will have to go to another technician.
Kumar : ………………………………….. (Ending conversation)
13. Fill in the blanks by choosing the appropriate expressions given in the brackets:
(turn their backs, be hanged to, straight out)
The ministers decided to tell the criminal …………….. to run away. They did so. But the criminal said that if he ran away people would
…………………… on him.
14. What do the underlined words in the following paragraph refer to?
The Western Ghats are well known for their rich and unique assemblage of flora and fauna. Twenty five biodiversity hot-spots are identified in the world and Western Ghats are one among them. The Ghats are home to thousands of animal species of which at least 325 are globally threatened. They are also home to many indigenous people who are on the verge of extinction.
their : ………….
them : …………
which : ………….
who : ………….
15. Rewrite the jumbled segments to form a meaningful sentence.
be /water /used /should /judiciously
16. Biodiversity encourages co-creation with nature – based on democratic principles – ensures equal rights to all creatures – believes in
abundance and freedom – cooperation and mutual giving – brings about living economies – monocultures not only affect nature but also life and its values – diverse thought process ceases – life loses vitality and colour and aesthetic sensibility – life turns dull and monotonous
Tammanna and Basavaiah – rivals – compete with each other – in the beginning competition healthy – takes on new dimension – Tammanna composes songs – sings them – earns fame – Basavaiah shrinks in humiliation – runs after material wealth – Tammanna thinks of punishing Basavaiah further– gives up everything – starts off – Basavaiah passes away – Tammanna forgets his songs – human relations rely upon strange things like challenge, rivalry and revenge
Water witness to many things – knows strife between village and wada – knows difference of race and sub-caste – agony of panchama –
humiliation of wada girl – knows rage and rebellion in its name and for its sake – witness to social discrimination and injustice – not simply H2O – mighty movement – makes poor playthings – sits in a bottle – becomes a multinational market commodity – omniscient – contains world 24.
(Each question on the unseen passage and each value point from a-j carries one mark.) a. for their rich and unique assemblage of flora and
fauna b. 25 / Twenty five c. Goa / Karnataka / Kerala / Tamil Nadu / Maharashtra d. at Kanyakumari e. The Western Ghats f. b. the Arabian Sea.
9 g. the eastern foothills of central Karnataka State h. Kerala i. ….. threatened … j. uncover
17. (Each question on the lines of the poem and each value point from i-iii carries one mark.)
i. in a yellow wood
ii. c. roads
iii. stood for a long time / looked down one road as far as he/she could
18. Speech Writing
(Note: 1 mark for greeting. 2 marks for correct language usage. 1 mark for cohesion. 1 mark for leave taking.)
(Note: 2 marks for presentation of data 2 marks for analysis of data and 1 mark for expression.)
19. Read the following passage and answer the questions set on it.
The U.S. Navy is planning to use armed robotic patrol boats with no sailors on board to escort and defend warships moving through
sensitive sea lanes. The technology, adapted from NASA’s rovers on mars, will transform how the American navy operates and is sure to raise fresh questions and concerns about the widening role of robots in warfare. The office of Naval Research has released the results of what it called an unprecedented demonstration in August involving 13 robotic patrol craft escorting a ship along the James river in Virginia. In a simulated scenario, five of the robotic patrol boats guarded a larger ship, while eight others were ordered to investigate a suspicious vessel. The unmanned patrol boats then encircled and swarmed the “target” enabling the mother ship to move safely through the area. The demonstration, conducted over two weeks, was designed to “replicate a transit through a straight” naval research Chief Rear Admiral Matthew Klunder told reporters in a recent briefing. The demonstration was a “break through” that goes far beyond any previous experiment, he said, adding that similar robotic patrol craft likely will be escorting U.S. naval ships within a year. The patrol craft, 11-metre long vessels, known in the military as rigid hulled inflatable boats, are usually operated by three or four sailors. But outfitted with the robotic system, a single sailor could oversee upto 20 of the vessels. Unlike drone aircraft, such as the famed ‘predator’ and ‘Reaper’ planes, the robotic boats are more autonomous and can carry out directions without having to be operated by a human at every step. “The excitement about this technology is it is autonomous” Mr. Klunder said. 24.
Answer the following in a word, a phrase or a sentence each.
a) What is the U.S. Navy planning to use, to escort and defend warships?
b) When was the unprecedented demonstration held?
c) Name the river in which the demonstration was conducted?
d) What were the eight robotic patrol boats ordered to investigate?
e) How long was the demonstration conducted?
f) Who is the naval chief mentioned in the passage?
g) The number of robotic patrol boats that guarded a large ship was_______
a) eight. b) five. c) thirteen.
h) Add prefix to the word ‘usual’ to form its antonym.
i) The Admiral was _________(excited/excitement) about the new technology.
j) What benefit would the U.S. Navy get by utilizing robotic patrol boats in overseeing the vessels?
20. Read the following lines and answer the questions.
At the corner of wood street, when daylight appears,
Hangs a thrush* that sings loud, it has sung for three years:
Poor Susan has passed by the spot, and has heard
In the silence of the morning the song of the bird.
* a bird
i. Where does Susan come across the thrush?
ii. How long has the thrush been singing?
iii. When has Susan heard the song of the bird?
21. Complete the following by filling in the blanks using the right form of the verb given in brackets.
The rivalry between Tammanna and Basavaiah increased day by day. Two hundred acres of Tammanna’s land ________ (acquire) by
Basavaiah. A fence ____ (build) around the land. Tammanna ……………… (advise) by his supporters about the various means of getting back his
22. Report the following conversation.
POP campaigner : We want your vote.
Rufus Okeke : How can I vote for Maduka?
POP campaigner : Are you taking this money or not?
Rufus Okeke : Will it not be heard outside this house?
POP campaigner : Don’t worry about it.
23. Complete the following dialogue.
Husband : What would you like me to get for your birthday? A sari or a necklace?
Wife : ………………………… (Expressing preference)
Husband : ……………………….. (Asking for preference – gold or diamond)
Wife : I prefer a diamond necklace.
Husband : ……………………….. (Accepting)
Wife : ……………………….. (Expressing gratitude)
24. Fill in the blanks by choosing the appropriate expressions given in the brackets:
A lot of women in Pudukkottai were unable to wait for ‘ladies’ cycles. Therefore they had to ………………… men’s cycles. They knew that
bicycles ……………… time wasted in waiting for buses.
(cut down on, put up with, go in for)
25. Fill in the blanks with the right linker.
The General of Monaco asked each of his soldiers to cut the criminal’s head off. _______ no soldier came forward to do it. _________ the ministers of Monaco assembled a Commission. ________, they appointed a Committee and a Sub Committee. _______ they decided that the best thing would be to alter the death sentence to one of life imprisonment. (besides, but, at last, therefore)
26. Read the following passage and make notes by drawing and filling the boxes given below.
Service-oriented organisations are set up for providing services to their members and the society. Such organisations include schools,
hospitals, clubs etc. The main objective of these organisations is providing service and not profit-making. These organisations are managed by trustees who are fully accountable to their members for the utilisation of funds. This is also a legal requirement. Therefore they have to maintain proper books of accounts and prepare the financial statements like receipts and payments account.
27. Imagine you are the secretary of your College Union. On the occasion of ‘Kannada Rajyotsav’ celebration you have to introduce the chief guest whose profile is given below.
Chief Guest : Dr. Gangadhar Patil
Native : Haveri (Karnataka)
Education : M.A. (English), Ph.D from Oxford Univ.
Profile : Worked as HOD of Eng. Dept. Karnataka Univ.- literary figure and activist in Kannada Movement –recipient of Central Sahitya
Based on the information, write a speech in about 100 words to introduce the guest at the function.
28. Answer the following in a word, a phrase or a sentence each.
1. Who in ‘Romeo and Juliet’ is compared to a ‘snowy dove’?
2. What business does the king of Monaco monopolise in “Too dear”?
3. In ‘On Children’, ‘You may give them your love but not your ……………..
a) dreams. b) thoughts. c) gladness.
4. What according to Vandana Shiva does Earth University teach?
5. What right does Dona Laura claim to have to criticise Don Gonzalo?
6. What was the most important possession of Tammanna?
7. According to Borges the telescope is the extension of our………….. .
a) sight. b) voice. c) arms.
8. Who can create heaven on earth in ‘Heaven if you are not on Earth’?
9. Whose life is becoming more hazardous in Brazil every day according to George Mikes?
10. Who did Roof campaign for in ‘The Voter’?
11. Name one of the women who have trained young women from their community in the art of cycling.
12. What according to the speaker of ‘Water’ is a witness to social injustice?
29. Answer any eight of the following (choosing at least two from poetry) in a paragraph of 80 -100 words.
1. How does the narrator describe the ‘Toy Kingdom’ in ‘Too Dear’?
2. How is the parent-children relationship brought out using the metaphor of bows and arrows in ‘On children?
3. Write a note on ‘The Navadanya Farm‘ started by Vandana Shiva.
4. What fictitious story did Gonzalo spin about himself to hide his true identity?
5. How does the speaker distinguish his love from that of the others in the poem ‘When You Are Old’?
6. Bring out the changes in the lifestyle of the owner after the arrival of ‘The Gardener’.
7. Finding precise words is important in the art of poetry. How does Borges justify this in his interview?
8. How according to George Mikes do the bowing gentlemen change into savages in Japan?
9. Discuss how cycling movement has empowered the rural women of Pudukkottai.
10. Why is water a mighty movement according to the speaker of ‘Water’?
30. Answer the following in about 200 words.
‘The ways of Providence are strange.’ How is this true in case of Don Gonzalo and Dona Laura?
The poem ‘To the Foot from its Child’ is a journey of human life. Elucidate.
‘Roof was the most trusted of the whispering campaigners.’ To what extent is this true in ‘The Voter’?
31. Read the following passage and answer the questions set on it.
Why does 29th February occurs only once in four years? To understand this confusing arrangement, it is necessary to understand the
calendar that is currently used in the United States. Nearly all modern societies use some kind of calendar to decide on the dates and times of everything. Some societies use lunar calendars, which are based on the rotation of the moon around Earth, and others use solar calendars, which are based on the rotation of earth around the sun. The United States, like much of the rest of the world, uses a solar calendar. The solar calendar used by most of the world today is known as the Gregorian calendar. Named after the king Gregory XIII, who introduced it in 1582, this modern calendar is the end result of hundreds of years of fine tuning. It was developed by the Julian calendar, which was created in 46 BC by Julius Caesar. The Julian calendar was also a solar calendar, based on the time it takes for the earth to travel one complete loop around the sun. In Julius Caesar’s time, though astronomers believed that the sun revolved around the earth, they still managed to make fairly accurate measurements of the length of a complete cycle. A solar year, they calculated, was about 365.25 days long. Julius Caesar, deciding that it would be difficult to add ¼ of a day onto each year, ordered one extra day to be added every four years to the month of February, creating what would be called ‘leap’ year. This calendar is used by the western world for over a thousand years. Unfortunately, there was a problem with the Julian calendar. When Julius Caesar ordered a leap year every four years, he was putting in too many extra days. A solar year is not 365.25 days long, but in fact 365.24219 days. The difference between the actual length of the solar year and the approximated value is very small, but over several hundred years it began to add up. By the year 1500, spring holidays were starting to happen in the summer.
In 1582, Pope Gregory XIII came up with an idea of how to fire the problem. He reorganised it into a more complicated system. In the new
calendar, there is still a leap year almost every four years, but there is a new rule. If the year ends in 00, it is only a leap year if the year’s
number can be divided by 400. For example, 1800 and 1900 were not leap years but 2000 was. Over 400 years after its introduction, the
Gregorian calendar is currently in use.
A). Answer the following in a word, a phrase or a sentence each.
a. How frequently do we have 29 days in the month of February?
b. What is the lunar calendar based on?
c. Name the type of calendar used by the United States.
d. What is the other name for the solar calendar?
e. Who is the solar calendar named after?
f. When was the Julian calendar created by Caesar?
g. Astronomers in Julius Caesar’s time believed that the sun revolved round
i) the earth. ii) the moon. iii) the Mars.
h. What is the actual length of the solar year?
i. The astronomers made an ……………. (accurate/accuracy) measurement of the length of the solar year.
j. Add prefix to the word ‘complete’ to form its antonym.
32. Read the following lines and answer the questions.
O Blithe new-comer! I have heard,
I hear thee and rejoice:
O cuckoo! Shall I call thee Bird,
Or but a wandering voice?
i) Who is the new-comer addressed by the speaker?
ii) How does the speaker feel on hearing the song?
iii) What is the other phrase the speaker uses to refer to the bird?
33. Complete the following by filling in the blanks using the right form of the verb given in brackets.
The king of Monaco was looking over the accounts. A new item of expenditure ………. (notice) by him. In order to reduce this expenditure
the guard ………. (dismiss) and the criminal …………. (ask) to run away.
34. Report the following conversation.
Dona Laura : You should have asked permission to sit on this bench.
Don Gonzalo : The benches here are public property.
Dona Laura : Why did you complain about the priests, then?
Don Gonzalo : Are you taunting me?
Dona Laura : Don’t grumble.
35. Complete the following dialogue.
(Priya and Linda are strangers and meet at a bus stop.)
Priya : Excuse me, …………………………………….? (Asking for bus number)
Linda : ……………………………… (Gives information)
Priya : …………………………………………. (Asking for platform number)
Linda : Go to platform number 17 and wait there.
Priya : ………………………… (Expresses gratitude)
36. Fill in the blanks by choosing the appropriate expression given in the brackets:
(in a soup, landslide victory, in full swing)
The election campaign in Umuofia was ………………………… . All knew that the honourable minister would have a ………………………. .
37. Fill in the blanks with the right linker.
____________ , all this rivalry between Tammanna and Basavaiah looked like healthy competition. ________ , it took a new turn. ________ it
rose to such a pitch that there was no land left in the village for them to buy. All land belonged to ________ Tammanna or Basavaiah.
(to begin with, however, gradually, either)
38. Imagine you are the college union president. You are given the responsibility of introducing the guest on the college day. Use the
following information to write a speech in about t 100 words.
Name : Shanthi Goel
Education : IAS 1995, 40th rank
Present Post : Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Panchayat,
Belgaum Achievement : Clean drinking water, electricity and good roads.
39. What do the numbered words in the following extract refer to?
The Gregorian solar calendar was named after Pope Gregory XIII, who (1) introduced it (2) in 1582. The Julian calendar was also a solar
calendar, based on the time it takes for earth to travel one complete loop round the sun. In Julius Caesar’s time, although astronomers believed that the sun revolved around Earth, they (3) still managed to make fairly accurate measurement. People all over the world still use the calendar
and they (4) are happy with the same.
1) who: ………………….
2) it : ………………….
3) they : ………………….
4) they : ………………….
40. Do as directed:
1. Multani mitti takes its name from a place in Pakistan.
(Rewrite using the Present perfect tense.)
2. He was unable to see their act.
(Rewrite using ‘could’)
3. I’d see you and run to get in your path.
(Rewrite using ‘used to’)
4. He’d need a massive home library.
(Add a question tag.)
41. Do as directed:
(i) It became too dark to read easily. (remove too)
(ii) I do not remember. (Make it affirmative)
(iii) They always come in time. (add a question tag)
42. Remove too; from the following sentences and rewrite the same.
1. It is too hot outside.
2. These books are too expensive.
3. Raja is too fond of sweets.
4. It is too sour.
5. The king was too infallible (perfect) to make a mistake.
43. letter writing:
Write a complaint letter regarding irregular water supply in your locality …
Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper drawing attention regarding illegal parking of trucks in your area.
44. INTERVIEW QUESTIONS:
PREPARE A SET OF TEN QUESTIONS THEY YOU WOULD ASK THE WINNER OF THE OVERALL CHAMPIONSHIP AT THE
45. speech writing:
SPEECH REGARDING TREE PLANTATION
46. Identify the verb in the following sentences and state the tense in which each verb is:
1. I have been asked to bring back a vaccine for horse.
2. They began at about quarter past one in the morning.
3. The lady seems hysterical.
4. Grandfather shot him.
5. It falls and becomes one with the earth.
47. report writing:
(i) INDIA WINS SECOND TEST MATCH AGAINST AUSTRALIA
(ii) MASKED MEN SHOOT BANK MANAGER
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