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SECTION-B
(Descriptive Type Questions)

1. Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:
There is a public library in every town in Great Britain. There are branch libraries in most villages. Anyone can be- come a member, and it costs nothing to borrow books. Three books may be borrowed at a time but only two may be novels.
If there are four persons in the family they can, between them, take home twelve books. These books can be kept for a fort- night. So there is no difficulty in providing the family with all the reading that is needed. If at the end of the fortnight, you have not finished reading a book, you may renew it for another fortnight. If the book you want is not there you may ask for it to be kept for you and if you pay the cost of a postcard, the librarian will let you know when the book is returned and is ready for you.

Questions:
(a) How many books may be borrowed at a time? 
(b) How long can the book be kept ?
(c) How much does it cost to borrow books from a public library in Britain ?
(d) How can one get the book one wants if it is out ?

Answer:
(a) Three books may be borrowed at a time but only two may be novels.
(b) Books can be kept for a fortnight.
(c) There is no cost to borrow books from a public library in Britain.
(d) If the book one wants is not there one may ask for it to be kept for and if one pays the cost of a postcard, the librarian will let him know when the book is returned and is ready for him.

OR

India banned sloth bear performances in 1972 but the animals are still forced to dance for money by owners. Who
control them using a rope forced through their extremely sensitive snouts. The bears, on India’s endangered animal list,
are used by poor Kalandar tribes people as performers because bof their small size—they grow to around five or six feet (1.8 metres). The lucky dancing bears end up at one of three sanctuaries run by Wildlife. SOS, a group working to end the centuries-old practice of using the animals to earn a living. The rescued bears spend the rest of their lives at there sanctuaries.

Questions :

(a) Of which animals does this passage deal with ? 
(b) When was sloth bear performance banned ? 
(e) Who used sloth bear to earn money ?
(d) Where are the rescued bears kept?

Answers :
(a) This passage deals with the sloth bear who is to be now extinct.
(b) In 1972 the sloth bear performance was banned.
(c) Kalandar Tribes used sloth bear to earn money.
(d) The rescued bears are kept in sanctuaries.

2. Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:

Dr. Rajendra Prasad was born on 3rd December, 1884 atZiradai, in the district of Saran in Bihar. The name of his father was Mahadev Sahay. His mother was Kamleshwari Devi. At the age of five, he studied Persian with a Maulavi and then
joined Chapra Zila School. He was married to Rajvanshi Devi at the age of twelve. After passing Matriculation, he was admitted to Presidency College, Calcutta in 1902. He passed all the university examinations with credit. He always stood first. He  became a lawyer at the Calcutta High Court. In 1916 he joined Patna High Court. He participated in the Champaran Movement of Mahatma Gandhi. He served as a President of the party in 1934, 1939 and 1947. He was the Chairman of India’s Constituent Assembly also. When India became free in 1947, he was elected first President of the Indian Union.

Questions :
(a) When and where was Dr. Rajendra Prasad born ? 
(b) Who were the parents of Rajendra Prasad ? 
(c) From which college did he pass his University Exami- nations ?
(d) Who was Rajvanshi Devi ?

Answer:
(a) Dr. Rajendra Prasad was born on 3rd December, 1884 at Ziradai, in the district of Saran in Bihar.
(b) Rajendra Prasad’s father name was Mahadeo Sahay and Kamleshwari Devi was his mother.
(c) Rajendra Prasad passed his university examination from Presidency College, Calcutta.
(d) Rajvanshi Devi was Rajendra Prasad’s wife.

OR

Television is changing people’s lives quite dramatically. They are sleeping less, reading less, communicating less with their
families. In a countrywide survey, a tenth of television viewers have admitted that the care of children and the elderly is getting neglected. While television has contributed to the popularity of games and sports, ironically enough, children have reported that they play less. Television has increased the general knowledge of children, in particular their knowledge of the various products being advertised. The survey shows that hardly any children are
watching educational programmes. The parents interviewed said their children’s studies were affected. Many parents had cut off cable TV to reduce the distraction for the children.

Questions :
(a) Why do the parents feel that their children’s studies are affected while television is increasing their general
knowledge ?
(b) What changes do we notice in the lives of the people under the influence of television ?
(c) ‘Television has contributed to the popularity of games and sports’ but the children are reported to be playing less. Why?
(d) How are the children and old people affected by television viewing ?

Answers :
(a) The survey shows that the children spend a lot of time in watching television but they do not watch educational programmes. Thus they do not give due time to their books and their studies are affected.
(b) The biggest change is that the people watch television even if they have to miss their important duties like care of the children and the elderly. The people sacrifice even their sleep and reading.
(c) Children watch games on the television rather than playing themselves on the ground.
(d) The care of the children and old people has been neglected.

 

3. Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
A very hungry mouse who said
“I’ll do just what I please!”
Snuck into a house one nigh
And stole a chunk of cheese
He scampered down the passageway
And thinking that was that,
Was very unprepared to see
The shadow of a cat

Questions :
(a) What did the hungry mouse say?
(b) What did he steal?
(c) What was he not prepared to see?

Answers :
(a) The hungry mouse said that he wanted to do as he wished.
(b) He had stolen a chunk of cheese.
(c) He was not prepared to see a cat.

OR

Sometimes I feel all then inside
Insufficient, small,
I feel when people look at me
They don’t see me at all.
I feel that all my beauty’s lost
On cold, indifferent eyes
And offering what I want to give
Would only be unwise
But then a friend will greet me
And my inner life will bloom
It only takes but one kind word
To sweep away the gloom

Questions :
(a) What does indifferent mean?
(b) What is this poem about ?
(c) What does the poet feel sometimes?

Answers :
(a) Indifferent means not like others.
(b) The poem is about the inner most feelings of the poet.
(c) The poet feels sometimes himself insufficient and small.

 

4. Answer any five of the following questions: 

(a) Why is Radha’s friend so worried ?
Ans. Radha has a close friend. Her friend keeps sympathy for her. The critical condition of Radha makes her friend wor-
ried. Her friend is very anxious about her as she is confused and hurt.

(b) When does a polythene bag make a noise ?
Ans. A polythene bag makes a noise when it is touched.

(c) Why does the narrator ask Ms. Greene to save paper and aluminium cans ?
Ans. The narrator asks Ms. Greene to save paper and aluminium cans for the school pickup, as they can be recycled,
the newspaper can be made into new paper and the aluminium cans into new ones.

(d) How did ‘Gillu’ sustain wounds ?
Ans. Gillu, which had accidentally fallen down from a nest, sustained two wounds due to the assault by the pair of
crows.

(e) What does the transformation from the common to the proper noun imply ? What difference does a name make ?
Ans. The transformation from the common to the proper noun implies imparting human attributes to the tiny squirrel
and accepting it as a member of the family.

(f) Who is challenging the mountain?
Ans. The porter is challenging the mountain.

(g) Who was Jabra ?
Ans. Jabra was the pet dog of Halku, a poor tenant farmer. He always obeyed and served him. He went to the fields with
Halku even at cold nights and guarded his crops.

(h) What is ‘allergy march’?
Ans. Allergy often appears as a benign condition. Many people have an allergic condition for many years before
experiencing any symptoms such as eczema and asthma. The direct path of development of an allergy is known as the ‘allergy march’.

(i) What does the experience of European countries give us ?
Ans. The experience of European countries give us cases of civilization without culture. In India, on the other hand,
even the casual tourist has observed that the difference between the masses and classes is not one of quality and can
be explained in terms of information and opportunity.

(j) Do Indian film makers possess the primary tools of film making ?
Ans. Yes, Indian films do possess the primary tools of film making.

 

5. Write a paragraph on any one of the following in about 60-70 words:
(i) Honesty is the best policy
(ii) Pollution
(iii) Spring Season
(iv) Corruption
(v) Discipline

Ans.

(i) Honesty is the best policy

Man is a bundle of virtues and vices. Honesty is a good human quality. An honest man never falls a victim to greed or
selfishness. Though he has to lead a hard life of acute poverty yet he remains contented. Honesty is the greatest blessing of God. The path of honesty is the path of thorns. An honest man is occasionally put to severe tests and trials. He is nicknamed as a coward or hypocrite. The story of God Mercury and the Woodcutter teaches us that honesty alone is the best policy. Our country can progress only if all her citizens become honest in thoughts, words and deeds. A dishonest fellow is always held in contempt.

(ii) Pollution

We are living in an age of pollution. Everything around us is polluted. The air we breathe in, the food we eat, the water we drink, all are polluted. But the most dangerous type of pollution today is environmental pollution. This is the worst danger that man faces today. Scientists and biologists have listed the dangers of environmental pollution. The fall out from nuclear testing increases the incidence of cancer. The wide-spread use of insecticides and nitrogen fertilizers has contaminated food and surface waters. The increasing use of synthetic detergents has contaminated water supplies. Thus environment pollution has endangered the very existence of all life forms including human.

(iii) Spring Season

In India we have six seasons in a year. Of these spring season is the best. In summer we perspire, in winter we shiver. But during spring season it is neither cold nor so hot. It is the season which suits the poor and the rich alike. Trees come back to life and flowers blossom. The birds are happy and sing bsweetly. The air is filled with fragrance. Everything looks fresh
and lively. Such an atmosphere certainly has good effects on human beings. This is why spring season is called the queen of all seasons.

(iv) Corruption

Corruption is a form of pollution, or even worse. It is no less than terrorism. It is the rust which weakens the joints of a
nation internally. A corrupt nation is bound to have a collapse some day. India, according to a survey is the seventh most
corrupt nation of the world. Some developed countries, surprisingly, are ahead of us in line. Politicians are generally, blamed for this menace. But why politicians alone, each one of us is responsible for this sorry state—the one who bribes is as corrupt as the one who is bribed. Let us put an end to it once for all.

(v) Discipline

Discipline is necessary in every walk of life. In fact discipline adds to our success. Discipline is the most important factor
behind the development of any nation. It is essential in schools. Students must be disciplined because they are the future
citizens of their country. A disciplined army wins the battle. A factory cannot produce a lot of goods if the workers are not
systematic in their work. Without discipline a nation cannot make progress. So discipline is absolutely necessary for life.

 

Direction (6-11): Answer any three questions choosing from Q. Nos. 6 to 11.

6. You have lost your wristwatch while playing cricket in the playground. Write a notice in about 80 words
regarding the lost watch. Put the notice in a box.
Ans.

Patliputra Public School, Patna
NOTICE

27 November, 2021
                                             Lost of Wristwatch
I have lost my wristwatch while playing cricket in the school playground on 24 Nov. 2021. It is Titan watch
having white dial. It has a golden strap. If any one finds it, please return it to the Principal’s office. For more
details, contact the undersigned.
                                                                      Rajat Sinha
                                                                      Class-X

7. Write a report in about 120 words about your visit to theTaj Mahal
Ans.
To
        The Secretary
        Cultural Society
        Government High School, Hajipur

The Taj Mahal: Crown of the Places

             The Taj Mahal is an ivory-white marble mausoleum on the south bank of the Yamuna river in the Indian city of Agra. It was commissioned in 1632 by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan who reigned from 1628 to 1658, to house the tomb of his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal a Persian princess who died
giving birth to their 14th child, Gauhara Begum.
                           Construction of The Taj Mahal was essentially completed in 1643 but work continued on other phases of the project for another 10 years. The Taj Mahal complex is believed to have been completed in its entirety in 1653 at a cost estimated at the time to be around 32 million rupees, which in 2019 would be
approximately 54.8 billion rupees.
                           The Taj Mahal was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 for being “the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage”. It is regarded by many as the best example of Mughal architecture and a symbol of India’s rich history. The entire structure is in fact a set of buildings, gardens, lakes and fountains with perfectly organized symmetry contained in a rectangular ground which includes two mosques, one of which is unused because it is not oriented towardsMecca, symmetry obligatory, three Iranian-style gates, three red brick buildings, a central fountain and four bodies of water organized in a cross.
                              The Taj Mahal attracts 7-8 million visitors a year and it was declared a winner of the New7Wonders of the World initiative because of its magnificent architecture among other reasons.
                        Reena Singh
                       Class-X
                       Government High School
                      Hajipur

 

8. Write an application to your Principal of your school requesting him to give permission to the students of
your class to go for arranging an excursion.
Ans.
To,
           The Principal,
           Ambica Public School,
          Gandhi Nagar,
          Patna -800004
          Subject: Application for permission to go on an excursion.
Respected Sir,
                   I, Raghav Sharma, the Monitor of class X of your school, want to ask for your permission for a full-day excursion four our class. The places we will cover, as decided by the students include Science Museum and other historical monuments of Delhi.
              It would be a great experience if we have permission to go there. The cost of this excursion will be shared by the
students and we shall pay for our expenses. A few of our teachers have already agreed to accompany us.
I, therefore, request you to kindly permit us to go on the excursion.
                                                                  Thanking You
                                                                  Yours Faithfully
                                                                  Raghav Sharma

 

 9. In about 80 words, write a letter to your mother, telling her about your illness.
Ans.

Examination hall
Patna
September 03,2021

Dear Mother,
               I received your kind letter today. It shows me your high concern about my health. It is your letters that keep me fit here. It is your love and affection that makes me feel at home here. Thanks for your so much care and love.
                                           Well, I have recovered now. It was a temporary ailment. The doctor told that it was a slight rise in temperature due to overwork. He told me not to attend the college for a day or two. I took rest for the day and took medicines. Now I am feeling quite fresh and hale. You don’t need to worry about me. I am taking great care of my health and fitness. I have also started morning walk.
                 I have made a study timetable. I will spare some time for games and entertainment. Please don’t worry now.
Pay my regards to father and Aunt Amina. Love for younger Amir.

With special thanks,
Your son,
Vishal

 

10. Write a speech in 100 words on the topic, ‘Discipline shapes the future of a student’. It is to be delivered in the morning assembly. You are Karuna/Karan.
Ans. Respected Principal, teachers and dear students. I am Karuna, going to deliver speech about discipline
Today in this modern age our students are betraying due to lack of discipline. It is not fair as the students of today will
become the policy maker of the nation. It is the student life during which the character is formed. Strong character can be
formed through discipline. Discipline is an ornament of the student. Every student must maintain discipline in his life as without it no one can shape his future. Discipline should be maintained in every span of life. Self-discipline is the key of
success. Best education can be derived through discipline it plays an important role in shaping bright future as it contains every success. Discipline makes a man great and respectable in society. Discipline develops the feeling of self-governs in the heart of the students so that they may serve the country. So we should work, study, live and talk with the feeling of discipline. Discipline always brings self-confidence.

 

11. Your friend, Karan is ill. You have to go urgently to his house to see him. Send a written message to your father, giving him details about it in not more than 40 words and put the message in a box.
Ans.

Message

4 November, 2021
5.45p.m.

Father,
Karan is ill. He has high fever with loose motion. I am going to see him at his home. Inform mother about my
visit. I will return home around 8 p.m.
                                                    Santosh

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