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Class 10th English Model Paper 2022 Bihar Board 

(Descriptive Type Questions)

1. Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Thirteen hundred years ago there came a great traveller from China to India. He came in search of wisdom andm knowledge. His name was Hiuen Tsang. He spent many years in India, learning himself and teaching others. For some time he studied at the great University of Nalanda. It was then near the city called Pataliputra, now known as Patna. Hiuen Tsang became very learned. He journeyed all over India. He saw and studied the people that lived in this great country in those far-off days. Later he wrote a book on his travels. It is this book which contains the story that comes to my mind. The story is about a man from South India who came to Karna Suvarna. It was a city somewhere near modern Bhagalpur in Bihar. The story says that this man wore round his waist copper plates. On his head
he carried a lighted torch, and a staff in his hand. With proud bearing and lofty steps, he wandered about in this strange attire.

Questions :
(a) What was the purpose of Hiuen Tsang to visit India ?
(b) What did he do living in India ?
(c) Describe the look of the man who came from South India.
(d) Where did Hiuen Tsang study ?

Answers :
(a) The purpose of Hiuen Tsang was to get knowledge.
(b) He spent here, studied at the great university of Nalanda and taught others.
(c) This man wore round his waist copper plates. On his head was a lighted torch and a staff in his hand.
(d) Hiuen Tsang studied at Nalanda University.


The last solar eclipse of 20th century took place on 11 August, 1999. It was seen by millions of people all over the world. Being the last great heavenly event of the century, it was the world’s most watched one. This eclipse covered a more thickly populated area of the earth than any of its predecessors. A large number of scientists gathered at Lakpat in Gujarat, which was considered to be the best place to view the last eclipse. The totality there would by the longest. They had gone there to study the phenomenon. But they were disappointed because the sky was overcast with dense clouds. These clouds blocked the clear view of the eclipse. In spite of this the enthusiasts took time off to watch this event from the beaches, roof tops, road and suburban trains. They cheered whenever the spectacle became visible.

Questions :
(a) Why was this eclipse watched by more people than ever before?
(b) Where did the scientists go to see the eclipse and with what purpose ?
(c) Where did the enthusiasts watch the eclipse from ? 
(d) What prevented the people from having a full view of the eclipse ?

Answers :
(a) Since the eclipse was the last great heavenly event of the 20th century, it was watched by more people than ever before.
(b) The scientists went to Lakpat in Gujarat which was considered to be the best place to view the eclipse. They had gone there to study its phenomenon.
(c) The enthusiasts watched this event from the beaches, roof tops, road and suburban trains.
(d) The sky was overcast with dense clouds which blocked the clear view of the eclipse and this made it difficult for the people to view the eclipse fully.


2. Read the following passage and answer the question that follow:
An Old man had four sons who often quarrelled with one another. They paid no attention to their father’s advice not to do so. One day he called all his sons together and gave them a bundle of sticks and asked each of them to try in turn and hack the bundle. Each of them tried but failed. The old man then asked them to unite the bundle and break the sticks separately. Not to speak of the oldest, even the youngest one broke the sticks without any difficulty. Then the old man told his sons that they should see the power of unity. If they lived united no harm would come to them. If they quarrelled, they would have to face difficulty.

Questions :
(a) How did the four sons behave with one another ? 
(b) Did they pay heed to their father’s advice? 
(c) What did the old man do next?
(d) What moral do you get from the above passage ? 2

Answers :
(a) The four sons often quarrelled with one another.
(b) They paid no attention to their father’s advice not to
quarrel with one another.
(c) Then the old man called all his sons together to solve the problem. He gave them a bundle of sticks and asked each of them to try in turn and chop the bundle. All of them tried but failed. The old man then asked them to unite the bundle and break the sticks separately. All of them broke the sticks easily. Then the old man told them to see the power of unity and advised to live united.
(d) We get moral from the above passage that if we live united, no harm would come to us. If we quarrel with one another, we would have to face difficulty.


The lion used to be much more widely distributed in Africa and Asia than it is today. If it survives, it will probably, do so in the national parks that enlightened countries have set aside forit to live in, unmolested by man. Lions usually live in family parties called a “pride’, which commonly consists of a lion, two lionesses and cubs. They usually prey on zebras and antelopes, but pigs and other game are sometimes killed if opportunity offers. Wild lions are not normally a menace to man, unless wounded or otherwise aroused. The lion and the other big cats maintain the population balance of the forests and scrub lands where they live. Lions …never cause the total extermination of the animals on which
…Only man can destroy completely in his greed and was….cruelty.

Questions :
(a) Why is the lion less widely distributed today? 
(b) How will the lion survive?
(c) What do lions usually prey on ?
(d) When do lions become a menace for men ? 2

Answers :
(a) The lion is less widely distributed today because the hunters have eliminated this species on a large scale.
(b) Lions are expected to survive in the national parks that the Governments of enlightened countries have set-up.
(c) Lions usually prey on zebras and antelopes.
(d) Lions become a menace for man only when they are wounded or otherwise aroused.

3. Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Autumn is the time of year
when changes start to happen here.
The days grow short. It’s cold outside.
The birds fly south. The squirrels hide.
The leaves fall off of all the trees.
The garden pond begins to freeze.
Another summer’s left behind.
It’s winter soon, but I don’t mind.
For autumn is the time when I
begin to dream of pumpkin pie.

Questions :
(a) Where do the birds fly in the autumn season ? 
(b) Which animal hides during the autumn season ? 
(c) What happens to the garden pond during autumn season ?

Answers :
(a) In the autumn season, the birds fly to the south.
(b) The squirrels hide during the autumn season.
(c) The garden pond begins to freeze in the autumn season.


A slumber did my spirit seal;
I had no human fears:
She seemed a thing that could not feel
The touch of earthly years.
No motion has she now, no force;
She neither hears nor sees;
Rolled round in earth’s diurnal course,
With rocks, and stones, and trees.

Questions :
(a) What are human fears?
(b) What did she seem to be ?
(c) What is her condition now?

Answers :
(a) Human fears are fears that are common to all men like the fear of death.
(b) She seemed to be a deathless thing.
(c) She is now dead. She has no motion of force. She is now a part of the earth.

4. Answer any five of the following questions: 

(a) Why did Halku need a blanket?
Ans. Halku was a poor tenant farmer. He had to sleep in the fields at night. He needed a blanket immediately because he had to face intense cold in the fields at night.

(b) Why did the narrator leave the girl he loved so passionately? Was he honest in his relation ?
Ans. The narrator left the girl whom he loved so passion- ately due to his parental opposition. No, he was not honest in his relation. He should have convince his parents for his mar- riage.

(c) Does the writer dislike rapid movement in every field ?
Ans. No, the writer does not dislike rapid movement in every field.

(d) How many blocks away was the post office from Mr. Johnson’s house?
Ans. The post office was only two blocks away from Mr. Johnson’s house.

(e) Why does the poet want to live and die stealthily from the world? How many of you would like to do so ? and Why?
Ans. The poet does not want to be popular. So, he wants to live and die stealthily from this world. No one in this world would like to do like the poet because in this world every one is eager to get fame and popularity.

(f) Why was the man not content, although he was rich ?
Ans. The rich man was not content due to greed.

(g) How much load does the porter have on his back?
Ans. The porter have a twenty five kilo load on his back.

(h) How would Gillu inform that he was hungry?
Ans. By twittering ‘chik-chik’ Gillu would inform that he was hungry.

(i) Have average American films been a bad model ? Give one reason.
Ans. The average American films had been a bad model
because they depict a way of life so utterly at variance with our own.

(j) How does Humayun Kabir define culture ?
Ans. Humayun Kabir defines culture as the efflorescence of civilization and a complex of many strands of varying importance and vitality.

5. Write a paragraph on any one of the following in about 60-70 words :

(i) Your Class Teacher

(ii) My Neighbour
(iii) Television
(iv) The Happiest Day of my Life
(v) My Best Friend


(i) Your Class Teacher

Mr. V. P. Sharma is my favourite teacher. He teaches us English. He is an M.A. He is always cheerful. He never loses temper. He helps the poor with money. He is a master of his subject. His method of teaching is very impressive. He has been showing good results for many years. All the teachers and the students love him. He has very simple habits. He believes in simple living and high thinking. The Principal consults him on all important matters. We are lucky to have a teacher like Mr. V.P. Sharma. We are proud of him.

(ii) My Neighbour

Blessed are those who have good neighbours. I am lucky to have Shri. M. R. Agrawal as next door neighbour. He is a teacher. His family consists of five members. Shri Agarwal is a thorough gentleman. He has all the qualities of a good neighbour. He is soft spoken. He is very polite. He is well- behaved. Wherever and whenever you meet him, he would greet you with a smile. He shares our joys and sorrows. Though he is not very rich, he helps others with service and money. He has always been helpful to us in the hour of need. Moreover he never expects anything in return. He is indeed an admirable man and a friendly neighbour.

(iii) Television

Television is one of the wonders of science. It is very common and popular these days. It means distant vision. It receives and transmits visual vision. It enables the people to see whatever happens in different parts of country and the world. Now, it has become a major form of media communication. The games and sports held in India and abroad are presented to us on television. Sitting at home we  an enjoy them. Now, it is a great means of education. It can educate the students about the latest discoveries of science and technology.

(iv) The Happiest Day of my Life

Yesterday was the happiest day of my life. It is my habit to get up early in the morning. It was 6 A.M. I saw my brother Ashok standing before me. He had come late in the night from the hospital. I was glad to see him. In the mean time my friend came with a newspaper. My photo was printed at the top. I had got first position in the Board Exam. All congratulated me. I  immediately became ready and reached the school. My friends took me in their arms. My Principal and teachers praised me for my hard work. A wrist watch was given to me in the prayer assembly. In the evening my father arranged a lovely tea party. All my teachers and friends attended it. It was really the happiest day of my life.

(v) My Best Friend

A friend in need is a friend in deed. The world looks dark without a true friend. Happy are those who have a true friend. I am lucky to have a true friend as Ram. He belongs to a noble family. He is my class fellow. We work, play and study together. He is good at studies. He always stands first in the class. He is also a good-player of Hockey. He is the captain of Junior hockey- eleven. He has many qualities of head and heart. He is always regular. He is never late for school. He keeps neat and clean. He is honest and truthful. These qualities have endeared him to all. He takes exercise in the morning. He helps me in my studies. He is an ideal friend. Both of us like each other.

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

6. You are Mayank Mohan, Secretary of Cultural Society. Write a notice in about 50-60 words, informing students about the celebration of Teacher’s Day on 5 September.

RK School, Sonepur

1 September, 2021
Teacher’s Day
This is to inform to the students from classes IX to XII that Teachers’ Day will be celebrated on September 5, 2021 with great pomp and ceremony after the break at the auditorium. The students have decided to put up a great show. The students who wish to take part in the dance, speech, singing, decoration, honoring activities for the teachers must give their names to the undersigned latest by September 2, 2021.
                                          Mayank Mohan
                                            Cultural Society

7. You have visited the Qutub Minar recently. Write a report about your visit.
           Ajay Kumar
           T.K. Ghosh Academy
        The Secratary
        Cultural Society
        T.K. Ghosh Academy
                                                                                       12 November, 2021
                                                 Qutub Minar
               I had been informed along with a few schoolmates that we had been selected to go somewhere for travelling. However,the catch was that we were not informed where. On February 22,the day we were to leave, we were told that we had  been selected as the lucky few to explore the epitome of Mughal architecture—The Qutub Minar. The minaret,constructed with sandstone,stands as the world’s tallest brick minaret,at a height of 72.5 metres. Though construction work on the UNESCO heritage site was first initiated by Qutub-ud-din Aibak,it is believed that after his tragic death, it was completed by his descendant, Iltutamish. This is the very earliest example of Indo- Islamic architecture, which means that it is influenced of both Islamic and the Hindu styles of building. It has been said that it houses India’s first mosque,which is a factor that enhances the legend’s charm. All considered the sight of the Qutub Minar will make your jaw drop in awe and search for words in vain. It will leave you speechless, literally.
                                                                      Ajay Kumar
                                                            T.K. Ghosh Academy

8. Your elder sister is going to be married. Write an application to the Headmaster of your school, requesting him to grant you leave for four days to attend the marriage.
            The Headmaster
            High School, Darbhanga
            Subject: Application for Leave of Absence
              I am Amit Mishra, student of class-X. With due respect, I would like to inform you that I cannot attend school from 20- 2-2021 to 23-02-2021 due to my sister’s wedding. Since I am the
only brother of my sister I have lots of responsibilities and I have to make preparations for that.
                                   I, therefore, request you to kindly grant me a leave of absence for those four days.
                                                                                                  Yours obediently
                                                                                                     Amit Mishra
                                                                                                         Class :X
                                                                                                          Roll no:12

9. Write a letter to your friend Rajesh, inviting him to your brother’s marriage party.
                                                                                                             240, Tilak Nagar
                                                                                                               Date: 12-6-2021
My dear Rajesh,
             You will be glad to know that my brother’s marriage is taking place on 25th Nov. My brother has asked me to invite you.
            So you are cordially invited to attend the marriage. You are requested to come two or three days before the marriage to help us in preparations.
                                                 Please convey my best regards to your parents and love to Youngers.

                                                                                                            Yours sincerely,
                                                                                                            Mukesh Mehra

10. You are Yuvraj. Write a speech in about 60-70 words to be delivered on ‘Gandhi Jayanti’.
Ans. Honourable Principal, respected teachers and my dear friends. I am Yuvraj of class-X. Today the topic of my speech is ‘Gandhi Jayanti’.
                      Today, on his birthday, let us remember him and celebrate this day with joy and prosperity. His life was an inspiration for all of us and the sacrifices he made, are our responsibilities
now. Let us contribute ourselves to the growth and development of our country, to pay a salute to Nation’s Father. Do not waste their efforts and struggles, by letting India go down. Even our Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi has started Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, to maintain the cleanliness of our society, on this very important day.
             A speech is not enough to speak about Mahatma Gandhi’s values and deeds. But, we as the future of the country, can honor him by living our life following his principles of truth, peace, and non-violence and lead our country to an incredible nation. Jai Hind, Jai Bharat!

11. You along with your friends are going to the playground. Write a message to your friend Azhar asking him to join you there.


                                                                                                                    11 November, 2021
                                                                                                                      10:30 a.m.
I along with my friends am going to the school playground. We will play cricket there till 5:30 p.m.. You know that the school cricket team will be selected soon. Come and join us there as soon as possible.


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