English – Important Question Bank for Madhya Pradesh HSSC 12th (HSC) Board Exam 2017 

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SECTION – A

Q-1 Read the following passage carefully and answers the questions given below it:-

Punctuality is a necessary habit in all public affairs of a civilized society without it nothing could ever be brought to a conclusion. Everything would be in a state of chaos. Only in a sparsely populated rural community it is possible to disregard it. In ordinary living there can be some tolerance of unpunctuality. The in intellectual who is working on some difficult problem has everything co-ordinated and organized for the matter in hand. He is therefore, forgiven, if late for the dinner party. It is hard for energetic quick minded people to, waste time so they are often tempted to finish a job before setting out to keep an appointment. If no accidents occur on the way, like punctured tyres, diversion of traffic and sudden descent of fog, they will be on time. They are often more industrious useful citizens than those who are never late. The over punctual can as much be a trial to others as the unpunctual . The guest who arrives half an hour too soon is the greatest nuisance. Some friends of my family had this irritating habit. The only thing to do was to ask them to come half an hour later than the other guest. Then they arrived just when we wanted them. If you are catching a train it is always better to be comfortably early, than even a fraction of a minute too late. Although being early may mean wasting of time, this will be less than if you miss the train and have to wait an hour or so for the next one, and you avoid the frustration of arriving at the very moment when the train is drawing out of the station and being unable to get on it.

I – Question :-

i) …………….. is a necessary habit in all public affairs.

a. Carelessness b. Punctuality

ii) What is hard for quick minded people ?

a). To save time b). to waste time

iii) What type of guests are the greatest nuisance ?

a). Those who arrive before the fixed time. b). Those who arrive after the fixed time.

iv) It is always better to reach at the station before the time because ………

a). The chance of missing the train is not much. b). The chance of missing the train is much.

v) What is passage about ……………..

a). It is about the importance of punctuality. b). It is about wasting of time.

vi) Supply a word from the passage which is opposite of punctuality. vii) Supply a word from the passage which is similar in meaning to disappointment.

viii) Supply a word from the passage which is the noun form of punctual.

ix) Why is punctuality is a necessary habit in all public affairs ?

x) Whom does the author call to be more industries useful citizen ?

Q-2 Games and sports are an important part of education. They help in the development of the physique and mind of the student. A sound body possesses a sound mind. If we are weak and sick, we can not have a fertile brain. Games and sports keep us healthy. They keep us active and make us smart. Mere bookish Knowledge would not lead to be blended in a suitable proportion so that the students can have the best of them. They should not only develop the mind but also the body. Both are essential for a wholesome personality. Games and sports do not merely keep us healthy and physically fit, they also include in young people the duty of loyalty. The first and foremost thing that games teach us is to take victory and defeat a like. The players ought not to differentiate between one another on the basis of nationality, caste, creed or color. The games promote international brotherhood and affection amongst the people of the world. Thus, they promote world peace too. Games are beneficial not only to players. They are equally beneficial to the public at large.

Questions :-

a) (i) On he basis of yours reading of the above passage make notes on it.

(ii) Give a suitable title to it.

b) Make a summary of the above passage

SECTION – B

Q3. Write an advertisement for giving a constructed space on rent.

OR

The Silver Jubilee celebration of your school is underway, construct a notice for the students for participating in various activities to be organized on the occasion. You are Anjali, the literary and cultural secretary of your school.

Q.4 Last month you went to the Bhopal bus stand to receive your uncle. Using the following inputs, describe in about 150 words, what did you see three :

1. Booking offices

2. Queues

3. Insufficiency facilities

4. Passengers squatting on floor

5. Various stalls and vendors

6. Uncontrolled crowd

7. Different situation of buses

OR

Last Sunday you went to the hospital to see a relative who was admitted there. Using the following inputs, describe in about 100 words.

1. Registration counter

2. People in front of Doctor’s room

3. Surgical ward

4. Nurses attending

5. Medical ward

6. Patients lying on their beds.

Q.5 (a) Write an application to your Principal requesting him to issue you some books from the book-bank.

Q-6 (b) Write a letter to yours father requesting him to send 2000/- Rs For school fees, school uniform and books.

OR

Your are sarita Kushwah residing at 158, pinto park, Gwalior write a letter to your friend inviting him to your birthday party.

Q7 Write an essay on any of the following topics in about 200 to 250 Words .

1 Importance of Games and Sports.

2 Uses and Abuses of Science.

3 Environment Problems.

4 Power of press in Democracy.

OR

Renuka Pallival has a discussion with her friend on co-education . After learning about the positive views towards the subject from her friend Ritika decides to write an article on the Advantages of Co- Education for India today.

Grammar

Q8 Choose the write words and fill in the Blanks:-

1) A Room —————— by my warden.

1) was allotted 2) allotted 3) was allotting.

2) There aren’t ——————- pictures on the wall .

1) no 2) any 3) none

3) He is not —————–honorable man

1) a 2) an 3) the

4) I was born ———– a village. 1) on 2) in 3) by

5) ————— spring arrives the flowers bloom.

1) till 2) as soon as 3 as

Q.9 Do as directed.

i. He likes mangoes. (Change into passive voice)

ii. The boy is my cousin

The boy is wearing a blue shirt (Combine the sentences into a complex sentence using a relative clause)

iii) a/apple/an/day/the/keeps/away/doctor. Rearrange the words to from a meaningful sentence.

iv) He does his work (change into Interrogative)

v) She can’t afford it. She buys a scooter. (Combine the sentences using non-finite clause)

SECTION-C

10. (a) Read the following extract and answer the questions given below.

Teach me to listen, Lord

To those nearest me

My family, my friends, my co-workers

Help me to aware that

No matter what words I hear

The message is

‘Accept the person I am, Listen to me.

Questions :-

1. Give the opposite word of ‘enemy’

2. What is the message ?

3. The word ‘Lord’ is used for ……….

(B) ” I wish I were like you”

said the forest

to the roaring river,

“Always traveling,

always sightseeing”

1. What does ‘you’ stand for ?

2. Give the synonym for ‘wood’

3. Who wants to become like river ?

Q 11 Answer – Any two

a) What makes the poet think that man is God’s greatest creation in the poem “Wonderful World”.

B) How does the river praise the forest?

C) What is the attire of the earth?

Q12 Answer any seven of the following Questions.

i) What disability did Mini have?

ii) What is the best way to disharm hostility?

iii) When do we experience inner peace?

iv) What was swami Arvasu doing under the banyan tree?

v) What does the brain do when carbon dioxide level rises in the blood?

vi) Why did Mohan name his as Truck Sa’ab?

vii) In which area will India become a global leader?

viii) What was peculiar about the face on the wall?

ix) What made the author feel secure and why?

Q13 Answer any one of the following questions:-

(i) How were the bats saved?

(ii) Justify the tittle ‘The Fun they had”

(iii) Describe the modern day achievements of Indians.

Q14 Answer any four questions of the following-

1 What will happen when people find you making each day your master piece. ?

2 What is the “Angle canyon”? And what is the “Churun River”?

3 On what does the improvement of your English depend?

4 What do you under stand by “What goes around come around”?

5 What is the simplest form of meditation?

Q15 1) How much does the heart work in a day ?

OR

2) “The Person who risks nothing does nothing has nothing is nothing and becomes nothing explain.”?

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