Mp Board Class 10th English Trimashik Paper 2023-24

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Mp Board Class 10th English Trimashik Paper 2023-24

एमपी बोर्ड 10वीं   त्रैमासिक परीक्षा 2023-24 ।  MP Board Class 10th English Trimashik paper 2023 

          मध्य प्रदेश लोक शिक्षण संचालनालय मध्यप्रदेश में कक्षा- 10वीं की त्रैमासिक परीक्षा 2023 ( 12/09/2023 )  से  कराने का फैसला लिया है।  जिसकी तैयारी छात्रों को करना बेहद जरूरी है जिस को ध्यान में रखते हुए मध्य प्रदेश बोर्ड ने सभी सब्जेक्ट का सिलेबस भी जारी कर दिया है। आप सभी विद्यार्थियों को एमपी बोर्ड के द्वारा जारी किए गए syllabus के  according MP Board Trimashik Paper 2023-24 की तैयारी करनी पड़ेगी। 

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Madhya Pradesh Directorate of Public Education has decided to conduct Quarterly  examination of class 10th in Madhya Pradesh. The preparation of which is very important for the students. keeping in mind that the Madhya Pradesh Board has also released the syllabus of all the subjects. All of you students will have to prepare for the MP Board Quarterly Paper 2023-24 according to the syllabus issued by the MP Board.

MP Board Class 10th अंग्रेजी Quarterly Exam 2023-24 कैसा आएगा –

          मध्य प्रदेश लोक शिक्षण संचालनालय मध्यप्रदेश  कक्षा 10वीं अंग्रेजी का त्रैमासिक परीक्षा 2023-24  का पेपर आपके सिलेबस के आधार पर बनाया जाएगा , जो कि बोर्ड ने पहले ही सिलेबस जारी कर दिया है। बोर्ड ने पेपर बनाने का एक फार्मूला तैयार किया है जिसमें 30% आसान सवाल तथा 40 % मध्य वर्ग के सवाल तथा 30% कठिन सवाल पूछे जाएंग। 

MP Board Trimashik Pepar 2023-24 Overview

Exam Department Name Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education
Examination Board Exam
Exam Year 2023-24
Class Category MPBSE 10th
Type exam त्रैमासिक परीक्षा
Exam Date 12 September
Subject English
Post Category Question paper
official website www.mpbse.mponline.gov.in

 

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एमपी बोर्ड 9th to12वीं हिंदी त्रैमासिक परीक्षा सिलेबस 2023-24 ( 9th to 12th Hindi Trimasik Pariksha Syllabus)

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MP Board 10th English त्रैमासिक परीक्षा (Trimashik Paper ) 2023-24  : –

Class 10th Quarterly Examination 2023-24

ENGLISH-411

(English/Hindi Medium)

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[Total No. of Questions: 16] [Time: 03 Hours]

[Total No. of Printed Pages: 08] [Maximum Marks: 75]

Instructions –

(1) All questions are compulsory.

SECTION-A (Reading)

Q 1. Read the following passage and answer the questions given below – [1×5=5]

The two dominant features of our age are science and democracy. They have come to stay. We cannot ask educated people to accept the deliverances of faith without rational evidence. Whatever we are called upon to accept must be justified and supported by reason. Otherwise, our religious beliefs will be reduced to wishful thinking.

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Modern man must learn to live with a religion which commends itself to his intellectual conscience, to the spirit of science. Besides, religion should be the sustaining faith of democracy which insists on the intellectual and spiritual development of every human being irrespective of his caste, creed, community or race. Any religion which divides man from man or supports privileges, exploitation, wars, cannot commend itself to us today.

Questions:

(i) In the passage it is said that democracy –

(a) should strengthen religion.

(b) should work for spiritual development of every human being.

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(c) should aim at the intellectual growth of all people. (d) Both (a) and (c)

(ii) Which of the following is correct?

(a) A good religion grants a number of privileges to people.

(b) A good religion divides man from man.

(c) A good religion supports wars if necessary.

(d) A good religion supports democratic system. (iii) The writer of the passage stresses the importance of –

(a) Science

(b) Science and democracy

(c) Religion

(d) Democracy

(iv) The writer says that –

(a) people should have unquestionable faith in religion.

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(b) faith and reason are two separate entities.

(c) educated people are likely to accept faith not supported.

(d) faith without rational evidence may not be acceptable to the

educated people.

(v) What, according to the writer, is the role of religion in the present age?

(a) To inculcate scientific spirit in man

(b) To strengthen faith in democracy

(c) To promote rational thinking

(d) To develop faith in God

Q 2. Read the following passage and answer the questions given below –  [1×5=5]

Among the natural resources which can be called upon in national plan for development, possibly the most important is human labour; without productive labour force, including effective leadership and intelligent middle management, no amount of foreign assistance or natural. wealth can ensure successful development and modernisation.

One essential factor is usually overlooked or ignored. The forgotten factor is the role of women. Development will be handicapped as long as women remain second-class citizens, uneducated, without any voice in family or community decisions, without legal or economic status, married when they are still practically children, and thenceforth producing one baby after another, often only to see half of them die before they are of school age. We can enhance development by improving ‘woman power’ by giving women opportunity to develop themselves.

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Questions:

(i) The most important natural resource for national development is –

(a) effective leadership

(b) intelligent middle management

(c) human labour

(d) foreign assistance

(ii) Human power means

(a) only women

(b) people including children

(c) only men

(d) both men and women

(iii) The ignored and overlooked for factor in the development –

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(a) role of middle management

(b) role of child labour

(c) role of women

(d) role of foreign assistance

(iv) Woman have hardly –

(a) any economic or legal status.

(b) any voice in family or community decision or legal or economic status

(c) any voice in family or community decisions (d) any voice to decide about themselves

(v) Woman power is –

(a) an essential power in child production

(b) an essential power in marriages

(c) an essential power in the development of the nation

(d) an essential power in the death of children

SECTION-B (Writing)

Q.3 Read the passage carefully answer the questions given below:                                [4]

Chameleons can make their skin colour change, but not because they decide to. The colour changes to help the chameleon avoid its enemies. It is a form of camouflage, a disguise that lets it blend in with its surroundings. The change is determined by environmental factors, such as light and temperature. Bright sunlight causes the skin to darken. On cool nights, the colour fades to a creamy colour.

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The colour also changes when chameleons are excited, angry or afraid. The colour change is rapid and increases when chameleon is handled, injured or approached by another chameleon. There are many types of chameleons. Almost half of them are found on the African Island of Madagascar. The others mostly occur in the Sahara Desert, with few in Western Asia and Southern Europe. Chameleons live in trees, where they usually eat insect. Very large chameleons may even use their sticky tongues to catch birds. Questions:

(i) Make notes based on the above passage.

(ii) Give a suitable title too.

Q.4 You are Yashasvi Shrivastava studying in Govt. C.M. Rise School, Guraiya, (M.P.). Write an application to your principal for issuing books from Book Bank.    [4]

                                               OR

You are Aman. Write a letter to your friend inviting him to spend summer vacation with you. Write a paragraph on any one of the following topics. (In about 120

Q.5 write A Essey –

  (a) Importance of Trees

  (b) Online Education

  (c) Junk Food

  (d) Computer and Mobile: Modern Need

  (e) Madhya Pradesh: The Tiger State

Q.6 On the basis of the picture given below, describe how we can keep ourselves fit and healthy?   [3]

EXERCISE REGULARLY

DRINK MORE WATER

HEALTHY LIFE

EAT HEALTHY

REDUCE STRESS

SECTION-C (Grammar)

Q.7 Fill in the blanks – (Any five)    [1×5=5]

(i) …….. ..buy that mobile if I had money. (will/would/would have)

(ii) …he worked hard, he failed. (Though/If/Unless)

(iii) Would you like to take……..tea? (some/any/many)

(iv) We…to follow the traffic rules. (ought/should/must)

(v) They didn’t play well………they won. (yet/and/or)

(vi) …………Ganga is a sacred river. (A/An/The)

Q.8 Do as directed – (Any five)                    [1×5=5]

(i) He cut her finger. (Changes into negative)

(ii) He did not go to school. He was ill. (Combine the sentence using ‘because’)

(iii) Anil has two pens. (Change into Present Perfect Tense)

(iv) He is so ill that he can’t go to office. (Rewrite the sentence using ‘too………to’)

(v) The man is an army officer. The man is standing by the principal. (Combine the sentences using ‘who’)

(vi) They were making toys. Voice) chnage the sentence into a Passive voice

SECTION-D (Textbook)

Q.9 Choose the correct alternatives to answer the following questions:    [1×4=4]

(1) Lencho compared the large raindrops with –

(a) new coins

(b) pearl

(c) diamonds

(d) stone

(ii) What does ‘fire’ symbolize in the poem ‘Fire and Ice’?

(a) desire (c) love

(b) hatred

(d) pain (iii) According to Nelson Mandela, what is a country’s greatest wealth?

(a) its mineral

(b) its people

(c) its traditions

(d) its forests

(iv) The poem ‘Amanda’ is composed by –

(a) Robert Frost (c) Robin Klein (d) Amanda

(b) John Berryman

Q.10 Read the following extracts from the prose and answer the questions given below –

(A) I knew that the oppressor must be liberated just as surely as the oppressed. A man who takes away another man’s freedom is a prisoner of hatred; he is locked behind the bars of prejudice and narrow mindless. I am not truly free if I am taking away someone else’s freedom, just as surely as I am not free when my freedom is taken from me. The oppressed and the oppressor alike are robbed of their humanity.

Questions:

(i) Who is the writer of the lesson from which this text has been

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taken?

[1×3=3]

(a) G.L. Sources

(b) Anup Kumar. Datta

(c) Nelson Mandela

(ii) A man who takes away another man’s freedom is –

(a) a prisoner of superiority
(b) a prisoner of self-value
(c) a prisoner of hatred

(iii) Find out the word from the above text which is opposite of the word ‘wide’?

(a) liberated (b) narrow

(c) robbed

(B) If strolling forth, a beast you view, Whose hide with sports is peppered

As soon as he has lept on you, You’ll know it is the Leopard.

‘Twill do no good to roar with pain, He’ll only lep and lep again.

Questions:

[1×3=3]

(i) From which poem have the above lines been taken? (a) How to Tell Wild Animals

(b) A Tiger in the Zoo

(c) The Ball Poem

(ii) Who has written this poem?

(a) Robert Frost

(b) Carolyn Wells

(c) Leslie Norris

(iii) What does the word ‘beast’ mean?

(a) bird

(b) insect (c) animal

Q.11 Answer the following questions in about 30 words. (Any six)

[2×6=12]

(i) Why did Lencho say that the raindrops were like ‘new coins’?

(ii) What does courage mean to Mandela? (iii) What makes writing in a diary a strange experience for Anne

Frank? (iv) What ideals does Mandela set out for the future of South Africa?

(v) What compelled the young seagull to finally fly?

(vi) Why does Anne want to keep a diary?

(vii) What made the woman in the control centre look at the narrator strangely?

Q.12

[2×2=4]

Answer the following questions in about 30 words. (Any two) (i) What does the poet say has changed his mood?

(ii) According to Robin Klein, how silence is golden and freedom is

sweet?

(iii) What does the tiger stare at in the night?

Q.13 Answer the following questions in about 30 words. (Any two) (1) Why was the narrator shocked at Tricki’s appearance?

[2×2=4]

(ii) Why had Fowler wanted to meet Ausable?

(iii) What does the thief get from Anil in return for his work?

Q.14

Answer the following questions in about 75 words. How did Mandela’s ‘hunger for freedom’ change his life? ‘The sight of the food maddened him.’ What does this suggest? What compelled the young seagull to finally fly?

[3]

OR

How did Mandela’s ‘hunger for freedom’ change his life? Q.15 Answer the following questions in about 75 words. Write the central idea of the poem ‘A Tiger in the Zoo’.

[3]

OR

What qualities of Amanda are portrayed in the poem? Answer the following questions in about 75 words.

Q.16

[3]

Distinguish between Mrs. Pumphrey’s method and Mr. Herriot’s method in looking after the dog. Whose method could be regarded the better of the two and why?

OR

“Lying and stealing are next door neighbours.” Explain this statement in the context with the lesson ‘A Question of Trust’.

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