त्रैमासिक परीक्षा – 2022-23
विषय – अंग्रेजी
समय -2:30 घण्टे
निर्देश – 1. सभी प्रश्न अनिवार्य हैं | प्रश्न क्रमांक 5 से प्रत्येक प्रश्न में आंतरिक विकल्प दिए गए हैं |
2. प्रश्न क्रमांक 1 से 4 तक प्रत्येक प्रश्न पर बहु विकल्पीय प्रश्न हैं |
3. प्रश्न क्रमांक 5 से 14 तक प्रत्येक प्रश्न पर 2 अंक आबंटित है | शब्द सीमा 30 शब्द
4. प्रश्न क्रमांक 15 से 18 तक प्रत्येक प्रश्न पर 3 अंक आबंटित है | शब्द सीमा 75 शब्द
5. प्रश्न क्रमांक 19 से अंत तक प्रत्येक प्रश्न पर 4 अंक आबंटित है | शब्द सीमा 120 शब्द
Q. 1 Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it:
India is basically an agricultural country. Agriculture is the lifeline of the Indian economy. Its contribution to our GDP is about 26 percent. At present, more than 60 percent of the working population is engaged in agriculture. Indian agriculture produces food grains as well as provides raw material for industries. Agriculture includes farming, animal husbandry, forestry, fisheries etc. We earn foreign exchange by exporting goods produced from food grains and raw materials obtained from the agricultural sector. It is clear that agriculture is instrumental in the development of India.
1. What is the lifeline of Indian economy?
2. What percentage of the population is engaged in agriculture in India?
3. What are the activities included in agriculture?
4. In India’s economic development, ……… are allies.
5. Opposite of ‘ earn.
Q. 2 Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it:
Earthquakes are always destructive. All kinds of constructive objects like railways, bridges, buildings, made by man, such as roads get destroyed. Sometimes an entire city is destroyed by an earthquake. Due to earthquake, severe fires occur in houses, mines, factories and forests. In the earthquake prone areas, large sections of the land in the valley region break down and fall down. Glaciers also get fragmented due to the effect of earthquake. Due to destructive earthquakes, some part of the land or coastal areas gets submerged or raised. An earthquake that lasts for a very short time is a tremor or shock of the earth. It is caused by disturbances deep within the Earth’s crust.
1. . ………… is always destructive
2. What destroys the whole city?
3. What is destroyed by the effect of earthquake?
4. What is an earthquake?
5. ‘Destructive ‘ opposite is……………… ?
Q. 3. Objective type questions.
(i) She has ……… a book. ( write/writes)
(ii) I ………. your mom. ( no/know)
(iii) Neither you nor I…………. Ainvited. ( am/is)
(iv) Sita………… a song. ( sings/sing)
(v). Rohan is………… tha Shubham. ( tall/taller)
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Q. 4. Do as directed : ( Any five)
(i) Mukesh writes a letter. ( change voice)
(ii) We……… be loyal. (Use verbal)
(iii) Bring your copies. ( change into negative)
(iv) He is helping them. ( change into past continuous tense)
(v) They are cutting trees. ( change into present perfect tense)
(vi) Hamid writes a letter. ( change into past perfect)
Q. 5. Fill in the blanks by choosing the correct option from the bracket:
(i) The hen……….. nine eggs. ( lay / laying)
(ii) She must…………. a story. ( write/writes)
(iii) I………… own work daily. ( correct verb)
(iv) Tea……… taken by me. ( is/am)
(v) Children…………… sweets. ( like/likes)
Q. 6 Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it:
The Taj Mahal, located in the city of Agra, India, which has been the biggest tourist attraction for more than two decades, remains a matter of concern. Experts have warned that air pollutants are discoloring its white marble.
Polluted gases from industries around the Taj Mahal such as rubber processing, automatic vehicle vacuums, chemicals and especially Mathura oil refining fall in the form of acid mixed with rain, which is causing corrosion of the marble of the Taj Mahal and it is turning pale yellow.
1. Where is the Taj Mahal located?
2. Which stone is used in Taj Mahal?
3. What is causing the corrosion of marble?
4. Opposite of ‘ yellow
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Q. 7. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it:
The food which fulfills the nutritional needs of human beings is called balanced diet, that is, the food in which protein, carbohydrate, fat, water, mineral salts and vitamins are present in appropriate quantity, it is called balanced diet.
In other words, “Balanced diet is a diet which combines the nutrients necessary for the growth and proper development of the body and for the protection of health, which are found in the food in a balanced form in quantity and quality.”
1. What is a balanced diet?
2. What should be included in a balanced diet?
3. What is necessary for the growth of the body?
4. Balanced ‘ opposite is.?
5. Synonyms of the word ‘ quality ” is?
Q. 8. Write an application to issue your Transfer Certificate.
Q. 9. Write an invitation letter to your friend to attend the birthday celebration party.
Q. 10. Write essay about 200 words one of the following topics :
(iv) Great leader
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Q. 11. Make notes on it and summary also abbreviated words where suitable.
Deforestation is being done continuously for the supply of factories and housing, which is not justified.
This is not the demand of today’s time.
Because forests are our invaluable heritage, the rapid population growth in today’s society, housing and factories are equally necessary to meet its demand. Production in factories is quick and cheap and they provide employment to lakhs of people. Housing, which is one of the basic necessities, is essential for all. In the absence of vacant land to meet these needs, humans clear the forests and prepare the land.
Q. 12. Translate into English:
(i) अत्यंत सुंदर आनंद का अनुभव हो रहा है |
(ii) वह नाबालिग है |
(iii) उसने अपनी दादी को बुलाया |
(iv) वहाँ कसाई खड़ा है |
(v) मैंने विश्व भर में यात्रा की है |
(vi) मुकेश रो रहा है |
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Q. 13. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it:
Mahatma Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869 at a place called Porbandar in the state of Gujarat. After completing his studies in England, he went to South Africa as a lawyer. While living in South Africa, he fought against the atrocities of the white rulers on the blacks there. During the same time he developed his own method of fighting against atrocities, which is called ‘Satyagraha’. The people who did Satyagraha were ready to face all kinds of hardships and punishments and go to jail. It was basically a non-violent movement against tyranny.
1. In which state Mahatma Gandhi was born?
2. In which country did Gandhiji go as a lawyer?
3. What kind of movement did he do while in South Africa?
4. Opposite of ” Death is…………
Q. 14. Answer the any of seven questions :-
(i) Is the poet now a child? Is his mother still alive.?
(ii) Who were the people in Kezia’s family.?
(iii) What should we do to make friends with the wind.?
(iv) Why did Aurangzeb ban the playing of the pungi. ?
(v) Why did Margie’s mother send for the County Inspector. ?
(vi) Had Margie even seen a book before. ?
Q. 15. Answer the any of seven questions :-
(i) where did Jerome finally find the toothbrush.?
(ii) How did Montmorency ‘ contribute’ to the packing. ?
(iii) What does ‘we all’ stand for ?